The Quran is the most sacred book of Muslims. It was revealed to Prophet Muhammad over a 23-year period, and it’s his final testament to humanity. The Quran has been translated into many languages and studied by millions of people throughout history. It contains verses that tell us how to live our lives as well as give us examples of how God wants us to treat other people.
Muslims are the People of Mercy
- Muslims are the People of Truth.
- Muslims are the People of Justice.
Muslims are the People of Peace, and by Allah’s permission,
“They will be called upon to give this word through their righteous actions, which will be accepted by God on the Day when there is no longer any need for speech or action except that which pleases His servants” [Quran 3:100].
And whoever follows My Sunnah (path) shall have no fear nor excuse in this regard; and whoever opposes My Sunnah (path) will have no assurance from Me about anything other than what I say about them in my Book.” [Quran 5:55] And it is because this Book was sent down without being altered or changed that we know who it is who has come with a clear message from Allah—and whose word cannot be doubted—so how could anyone claim otherwise?” [Quran 4:136]
Humanity’s First Parents
Quran and Human Life : You might have heard of a famous story about humanity’s first parents. There’s a version of it in the Quran, too—but not just any version: In Surah 2:30-31, God commands Adam and Eve to be good to each other. Then He tells them to cover themselves with a “wrapper” when they go outdoors (or inside if they’re naked).
The story goes like this:
God created mankind from clay that he molded into human forms; he gave them two sons named Cain and Abel (although some versions say Seth instead), who were born at different times but live together with their mother on earth until she dies; eventually Cain kills Abel after an argument over which brother should take care of Eve following her death so that God doesn’t destroy him as punishment for killing his brother before going out into the world alone again after learning how selfish humans can be despite being created by God himself!
Humanity is of one Family
God created mankind from one soul, Adam. This means that we are all the same in God’s eyes, no matter where we come from or who our parents were.
In fact, the Quran says that “God has created you from a single soul and made for you various shapes.” (Quran 2:22)
The Quran also states that “You are all the same species,” meaning that there is no difference between us whatsoever—we’re all part of one family!
The Best among you is the One who is Best to His Family.
The Prophet (peace be upon him) said that the best among you is the one who is best to his family. This was his way of saying that having a good relationship with your family will help you become a better person in general.
The importance of family can’t be overstated; it’s the first and most important community we belong to, after all! A person’s family has been called “the microcosm of society.” When you think about it like this, it makes sense why people would stress so much about their families—they represent what is most valuable in their lives and they’re often responsible for teaching us how to behave socially so we’ll succeed as adults later on down the road when our own children are born into this world with us (if Allah wills).
Give Gifts to Each Other.
One of the most important things to remember when it comes to giving gifts is that you should be generous. The Prophet Muhammad said, “A generous person will enter Paradise in peace and security on a horse.”
In addition to being generous with your friends and family members, you should also give gifts to strangers who come into contact with you throughout your day. You don’t need anything fancy or expensive; just something simple like an apple or some ras el hanout spice blend will suffice!
When choosing what type of gift would be appropriate for whom (e.g., male vs female), think about what kind of occasion it is—a holiday? Birthday? Anniversary? It’s all about making sure that whatever item(s) are purchased are well received by whoever receives them!
For example: If someone is celebrating their birthday then perhaps an extra special cake would make sense. However, if someone happens upon us unexpectedly at work then perhaps instead we could bring them. Some homemade cookies from our kitchenette area where we store all kinds of treats. Including those pastries filled with cream cheese frosting goodness…the possibilities really do not end here!
Forgive & Be Forgiven.
Forgiveness is one of the most important things in life. It’s a choice and a gift you can give yourself or others. When we forgive someone, it doesn’t mean that we forget what they did or who they are. Rather, it means that we choose not to hold on to negative feelings towards them and/or their actions. If you’re holding onto negative feelings towards someone who has wronged you (or anyone else). Then forgiveness isn’t an option for you because your love would be selfishly focused on making sure that person stays safe from harm. Rather than giving them what they need—your forgiveness!
Violence Should Be Avoided.
- The Quran says that violence should be avoided and that it is never the answer to any problem.
- It also says that you should use your intellect to solve conflicts, not violence.
- This means that if someone argues with you about something, instead of arguing back or getting angry. Think about how to solve the problem without resorting to violence or force.
We are all Responsible for Each Other.
You should also know that we are all responsible for each other. We need to help those in need and not abandon them. We should not be selfish, but rather try to help those who are in need and come from a different background than us.
The Quran mentions several times that you should take care of your parents and family members. Especially when they are old or ill (see 2:215-216). It also tells people how important it is for you to be kind towards strangers (see 16:125). Which means that we have a duty towards everyone around us.
Don’t Betray Anyone.
The second verse of the Quran is a warning against betraying anyone. It says:
“O you who have believed, do not betray your trusts to one another, nor should you ever steal from one another; but let there be amongst you [character] as it were [a sign] of God; and let those who would take others for friends or helpers [show much] love for them; and do not find fault with each other in anything except that it may be within reason: Indeed if God loves those who love Him then He will increase them much indeed. And if He loves those that cause dissensions among themselves then He will punish them with an intense punishment.”
Do Not Despair.
- Do not be in despair.
- Do not give up hope.
- Do not lose faith, courage and courage.
Remember that God has promised you victory over Satan with His help and you can achieve your goal. If you have patience, perseverance and perseverance in difficult times when it seems impossible to achieve success. If you keep going forward then someday God will guide you through this tough period until. He grants His mercy upon us all as promised by our beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
God Loves Those who do Good Deeds in Secret, seeking no Fame or Reward.
The reward for this type of deed is in the deed itself and not from others. In other words, it isn’t about what you get for doing these acts but rather how much better the world will be because of them.
God also says that he loves those who do good deeds openly without expecting any praise or praise from others because they are not looking for anything in return except maybe a smile and encouragement from their friends (Quran: 3:113).
Treat others kindly and as you expect to be treated back
In the Quran, we are told to be kind and respectful to others. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: “Treat people well. If you see them being treated unjustly, then make sure that they are treated well in return.”
Being kind and respectful is a great way to inspire others to do the same for you:
We hope that this article has shown you the importance of treating others kindly, as well as the reward for it. God loves those who do good deeds in secret. Seeking no fame or reward, and we should all strive to be like him.