DAY 30: HIJAMAH OF THE PROPHET ﷺ
Hijama (cupping) is an alternative therapy that involves placing cups on the skin to create suction, and it facilitates healing with the blood flow. The Prophet ﷺ highly recommended this practice. He ﷺ said that one of the things healing is to be found in is the knife of the cupper.
It was … Continue Reading
DAY 29: FASTING OF THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH ﷺ
The Prophet’s ﷺ routine for fasting was never definite, and it depended on a variety of factors. He ﷺ observed some fasts periodically, and on other days, it was sporadic. He ﷺ fasted on the 13th, 14th and 15th of every month, along with the Monday and … Continue Reading
DAY 28: THE FOOD OF THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH ﷺ
The Prophet ﷺ advised us to maintain a moderate diet; eating too much or too little can cause health hazards. Islam has made many foods permissible. However, extravagance or consumption in excess is sinful and prohibited. It was not from the practice of our beloved Prophet ﷺ to eat to … Continue Reading
DAY 27: MANNERS OF THE PROPHET ﷺ WHILE DRINKING
Breathing in a vessel is prohibited. Prophet Muhammad ﷺ advised us to remove the drinking vessel from the mouth after each sip and then take a breath, before drinking some more. One must hold their breath when taking a sip.
According to Ibn al Qayyim (may Allah have mercy on him), … Continue Reading
DAY 26: THE FRUITS EATEN BY THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH ﷺ
The Prophet ﷺ consumed nutritious and healthy food. Living in the desert, the body demands to balance the external heat with the coolness of food. Fruits, a major source of nutrients, were enjoyed by our beloved Prophet ﷺ. Ibn al Qayyim (may Allah have mercy on him), in his … Continue Reading
DAY 25: THE NOBLE CHARACTER OF THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH ﷺ
Allah’s Messenger ﷺ was gentle, compassionate and kind. He ﷺ overlooked others’ faults and was always inclined to be courteous and benevolent. His ﷺ speech was never rude, abusive or offensive, and he always spoke politely and with respect. He ﷺ didn’t wish ill for anyone.
Despite being persecuted, … Continue Reading