Contents of Sunnah
1. Behaviour Towards Childrens
2. Behaviour Towards Women
3. His Character
4. Courage, Bravery And Shyness
5. Fair Dealing
6. Forgiveness
7. Fulfilment Of Promises
8. Generosity
9. Honesty And Truthfulness
10. Hospitality
11. Humility
12. Humour
13. Justice
14. Love Of God
15. Mercy And Compassion
16. Moderation
17. Modesty
18. Perseverance
19. Politeness
20. Sacrifice
21. Selflessness
22. Simplicity
23. Sincerity
24. Sayings Of Wisdom
25. Telling Of The Unseen
26. The Prophet`s Children
27. The Wives Of The Prophet
28. Humility
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 Introduction to Sunnah

All praises and thanks be to Allah, the creator of mankind, jinns and all that exists. The greatest thing that God had offered humanity is that he provided them messengers chosen from among the best of their kind.

He disclosed and conferred upon man the Revelation to guide everyone towards the truth, the straight path, as well as warn and deliver people from falsehood and evil, such that they would seek alone His pleasure and satisfaction in pursuit of Paradise. Since time immemorial, God sent prophets after prophets, messages after messages --- dating from Noah to Abraham, Moses, Jesus (Peace be upon them) and culminating with the seal of them all, Muhammad (Peace be upon him), who came to confirm not only the previous messengers but especially that of the universal message which calls people to worship the Creator alone.

The authentic biography of the noble prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) is distinctly clear, realistic and complete, in fact, fundamentally transparent. It is so explicitly chronicled that every minute detail of his life is commented upon to such an extent that after reading it, one seems to entertain the idea of having met and lived with the prophet himself. Likewise, it is so thoroughly dynamic that almost every available aspect of human life possible has been covered.

Most of all, it is so veritably recounted that every human being from all walks of life can relate and identify with it. His sorrows and joys, successes and failures are so real, inspiring and uplifting that they find semblance in our very own lives, too. Through it all, you can see his relationship with God, his dealings with his fellowmen, his own private and personal life---whether being a husband, father, brother, friend, neighbor, leader, etc. In whichever aspect of his life, he is every inch the epitome of a complete human model or example, a distinction which can be concluded from his entire life story and one that is definitely resolved, bolstered and galvanized by the Revelation of God itself.