The way the Prophet (S) life was balanced was that, he had a lot of miracles and trials/tests. For example his sons all died and the Prophet was, like any other father would be, was devastated. And when he prayed, the dis-believers would come and put the organs of cows and animals on his back. And some miracles were that at the battle of badr, Allah sent Angels to help along with a sandstorm.
I agree with you Hamzah because he was honored with being a prophet but he had disbeleivers mistreat him.
I agree Abdou but as we learned in surah main tafseeer the amount of people who loved him are way more becuz event until today millions of Muslims around the world praise him daily
The prophet (S)'s life was balanced because he had many miracles and good things happen to him, but on the other hand he also had people throwing things at him and hurting him.For example the disbelievers would throw stones at him that would hurt him and scar him. On the other hand when he was in the battle on his back with no foundation to help him and could have been killed he was saved an rescued.
This is right Even though the Prophet (S) is Allah's messenger and had many people honor him and praise him. He too had to go through many hardships.
Hs life was balanced because had had many miracles and at the same time he had hardships alng with that he was tested with the death of his parents
The prophet Muhammad (SAW)s life was balanced because he didnt only just sit in one room and pray all day. He preached Islam to others, he had a good character, he prayed, read Quran, fasted, made Dhikr,etc.
The Prophet (SAW) life was balanced because he spent time worshiping Allah and teaching others. He still tried to spread the message of Islam even when people were hurting him. He had put others in front of him and had noble character.
I think the Prophet (SAW)'s life was very balanced mostly because he had a really good relationship with Allah SWT. A specific example would be when the Prophet would be moderate and give advice about moderation. For example, a man told him one day that he would fast everyday of his life for the rest of his life but the Prophet SAW disagreed because it was an extreme. This is one of the many encounters and examples that the Prophet Mohammad SAW had which proved how balanced his life was.
I have to agree with you on the example you have presented and that it really was a balanced situation. It was shown in the way he had told the man about how too much of one thing is not good; for any type of cases. I have to thank you for reminding not only me, but everyone else as well about this story.
From my eyes I think the Prophet Muhammad (s) had a very balanced life in various aspects of his life, whether they were good or bad experiences. For example although through out all of his life he had been degraded, physically assaulted, and verbally abused he also had the ability to look past it and think about the Akhira, and remember that is what he should be working towards. He had the patience for it, not many people today have very much patience and forget that we all make mistakes. Not only that, but when he had sons they had all died and he was only given daughters, he loved them however he wanted a lineage. Another gift he was given from that point was Allah (swt) had told him that his legend will live on in a good way, that people will remember him in a good light. All of the previous examples display the balance Prophet Muhammad (s) had in his life and although there was bad there was also good, and there would be no good in life without the bad.
The Prophet's (SWS) life was balanced because he didn't spend every single second of his day praying. Some people think that to be a good Muslim, you must pray every single second of the day and not do anything else. Rather, this is wrong. The Prophet DID pray a lot (way more than us), but he spend time with others while still following what Allah told us to do. So he balanced his private time with Allah (SWT) and he also did what every other person would do. He would not act pompous in front of others because he was the Prophet and had a stronger connection with Allah. His life shows us how to act and how to balance our lifes while still remembering Allah.
Very good explanation
Prophet Muhammad (SAAWS) life was balanced because he didn't only worship Allah (SWT) 24 hours, he also spent his time with his sahaba and his family. An example of this is when the Prophet (SAAWS) went to give da'wah to Al-Taaif, then people threw rocks at him. Running away from the fight, the Prophet (SAAWS) thought that because this happened Allah (SWT) wasn't happy with him, so he made dua. This shows how he didn't give up and say that was it, but he always turned to Allah (SWT) for help.
This just reminded me of the story where one of the Sahaba came to rasulullah and said that to be a good Muslim he wanted to fast every day pray all night and not marry. However the prophet informed him that Islam was a balanced religion and he was a balanced messenger and the best thing to do was to fast every other day and pray part off the night and that it was ok to marry
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Phrophet Muhammed (SAAWS) life was balanced because he prayed to Allah and preached Islam to people and he spent time with his friends and family and enjoyed his life.
The prophets life was balanced because he didnt just pray and preach Islam all day, He also had fun with his friends (in a halal way) and went out and did things. He was also balanced becuase people use to physically and verbally attack him and he would not attack back, he would just stay patient.
The Prophets life was balanced in everything. When he taught people Islam, he didnt use force when bringing people in, but he did express importance in doing it. Also, he didnt just work all the time, he would relax and have breaks like a normal person. He is a very good example to follow if you want to have a balanced life!!!
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