Muhammad Pbuh Quotes

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“There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.”
Anonymous, Qurʾan / القرآن الكريم

The ink of the scholar is more holy than the blood of the martyr.
“The ink of the scholar is more holy than the blood of the martyr.”
Anonymous, Qurʾan / القرآن الكريم

Thomas Carlyle
“The word of Mohammad is a voice direct from nature's own heart - all else is wind in comparison.”
Thomas Carlyle

“The personality of Muhammad, it is most difficult to get into the whole truth of it. Only a glimpse of it I can catch. What a dramatic succession of picturesque scenes!
There is Muhammad, the Prophet; there is Muhammad, the Warrior; Muhammad, the Businessman; Muhammad, the
Statesman; Muhammad, the Orator; Muhammad, the Reformer; Muhammad, the Refuge of Orphans; Muhammad, the Protector
of Slaves; Muhammad, the Emancipator of Women; Muhammad, the Judge; Muhammad, the Saint. All in all these magnificent roles, in all these departments of human activities, he is
like a hero.”
K.S. Ramakrishna Rao

“People who worry that nuclear weaponry will one day fall in the hands of the Arabs, fail to realize that the Islamic bomb has been dropped already, it fell the day MUHAMMED (pbuh) was born.”
Joseph Adam Pearson.

“The Message of Mohammad is not a set of metaphysical phenomena. It is a complete civilization.”
W.A.R. Gibb

“Among leaders who have made the greatest impact through ages, I would consider Muhammad before Jesus Christ.”
James Gavin

“Muhammad introduced the concept of such Glorious and Omnipotent God in Whose eyes all worldly systems are pieces of straw. Islamic equality of mankind is no fiction as it is in Christianity. No human mind has ever thought of such total freedom as established by Muhammad.”
Mawde Royden

“Mohammad never assigned himself a status more than a common man and a messenger of God. People had faith in him when he was surrounded by poverty and adversity and trusted him while he was the ruler of a great Empire. He was a man of spotless
character who always had confidence in himself and in God's help. No aspect of his life remained hidden nor was his death
a mysterious event.”
M.H. Hyndman

Will Durant
“If we rated greatness by the influence of the great, we will say "Muhammad is the greatest of the great in history”
Will Durant

Gustave Le Bon
“Muhammad is the greatest man that history ever knew”
Gustave Le Bon

“He laid the foundation of a universal government. His law was one for all. Equal justice and love for everyone.”
George Rivorie

محمد الغزالي
“ان سر العظمة في حياة محمد يرجع الى انه انسان كامل، بلغ ذروة الارتقاء البشري عن طريق العبودية الصحيحة لله. فهو لم يزعم يوما أن الله حل فيه، او ان بينه و بين الله نسبا يخلع عنه وصفا من أوصاف البشرية المعتادة، كلا، انه واحد من الناس تخيرته العناية العليا ليبلغ عن الله، و ليكون رائدا يتقدم صفوف التائبين الى ربهم.”
محمد الغزالي, الجانب العاطفي من الإسلام

“The muslims never had any intention to seize the wealth and property of people, or to kill them through bloody wars; they never had any desire to employ compulsion in their approach to propagating islam: on the countrary, their sole purpose was to provide an atmosphere of freedom in ideology or religion: Then whosoever wills, let him believe, and whosoever wills, let him disbelieve.”
Darussalam Research, الرحيق المختوم

Abhijit Naskar
“Christ attained the ultimate spiritual oneness through prayer and devotion, Moses and Mohammed through prayer, Buddha and all the Indian sages through intense meditation and so did I. And so can you.”
Abhijit Naskar, Love, God & Neurons: Memoir of a scientist who found himself by getting lost

Abhijit Naskar
“Just like love becomes consummated upon the attainment of orgasm, all the faith and divinity in the world reach their ultimate existential potential upon the attainment of Absolute Unitary Qualia or simply Absolute Godliness.”
Abhijit Naskar, Love, God & Neurons: Memoir of a scientist who found himself by getting lost

“....His trust in God was as firm as a mountain. Indeed, mountains might come crashing down, and yet the Prophet’s faith would remain unshaken. At moments of extreme danger, he was full of confidence that the truth he preached would triumph. At the moment of his greatest triumph he showed humility and gave due thanks to the Almighty. With yesterday’s enemies – the very ones who plotted his assassination and determined to exterminate his community – at his mercy, he was remarkably magnanimous. The sight that gave him most satisfaction at the end of his blessed life was that of his followers offering a congregational prayer in his mosque. He felt then that he had delivered God’s message and fulfilled his task.”
Adil Salahi, Muhammad: His Character and Conduct

Abhijit Naskar
“There has been more bloodshed in the name of God than for any other cause. And it is all because people never attempt to reach the fountain-head. They are content only to comply with the customs of their forefathers and instructions on some books, and want others to do the same. But, to explain God after merely reading the scriptures is like explaining the city of New York after seeing it only in a map.”
Abhijit Naskar, Love, God & Neurons: Memoir of a scientist who found himself by getting lost

Abhijit Naskar
“The transcendental state of Absolute Oneness sets the human mind free.”
Abhijit Naskar, Love, God & Neurons: Memoir of a scientist who found himself by getting lost

“...What remains to be said is that no portrait of the Prophet’s character will do him justice. He was superior to anything we can imagine. Perhaps the description that comes closest to the truth is that he was “the teacher of perfect goodness.” May God reward him well for having taught that perfect goodness to humanity.”
Adil Salahi, Muhammad: His Character and Conduct

Abhijit Naskar
“Once you emerge from the state of absolute divinity, the self within you becomes Christ – it becomes Buddha – it becomes Moses – it becomes Krishna. The sage who emerges from the state of non-duality begins to perceive the self as Christ, not Christ as Christ – the self as Moses, not Moses as Moses – the self as Mohammed, not Mohammed as Mohammed – the self as Krishna, not Krishna as Krishna.”
Abhijit Naskar, Love, God & Neurons: Memoir of a scientist who found himself by getting lost

Abhijit Naskar
“Once you attain the state of Absolute Oneness or Non-Duality, you become one of those spiritual legends that humanity so gloriously venerates as the founding fathers of religion.”
Abhijit Naskar, Love, God & Neurons: Memoir of a scientist who found himself by getting lost

Abhijit Naskar
“Once the lotus of your inner divinity gets full-blown and you reach the mental state where all the religious giants of human history experienced the all-encompassing sense of godliness, the exuberance of the human mind turns infinite. Awakening into that state makes all the perceptual limitations of the mind disappear, just like a bucket of muddy water turns crystal-clear once poured into the ocean.”
Abhijit Naskar, Love, God & Neurons: Memoir of a scientist who found himself by getting lost

Abhijit Naskar
“He (Mohammed) was an ordinary man just like any other man. And as such his personal instincts, urges, drives as well as his philosophical goodness bubbled to the surface of his consciousness when he attained the Absolute Unitary Qualia.”
Abhijit Naskar, The Islamophobic Civilization: Voyage of Acceptance