Roses from the Prophet | New York City





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Published on Jan 22, 2013

On Saturday, October 27, 2012, New York City Muslims organized the event "Roses from the Prophet" as a sign of good will to the people of New York. This was first done by the Muslims of Norway and spread throughout the world, including Australia, United Kingdom, and various cities in Europe, Canada and the United States.

All in all, we handed out 1,000 Roses to the public with an overwhelmingly positive response. The roses had cards attached to them which had sayings of the Prophet (pbuh), known as hadith, or quotes about him from famous people on one side and the following small biographical description:

"I know a man who grew up without his parents but refused to be called an orphan. He married a woman whom he loved, opened his heart to, shared his burden with, and was loyal to, until her last breath.

Because of his profound message, he faced many severe trials in his life from others - yet he always showed mercy, even when in a position of power.

He was intelligent, wise, and persistent - He nurtured a powerful spiritual tradition based upon Divine principles and social justice. His final will said to be kind to each other, for we are all children of Adam & Eve. He left two things as part of his heritage: the Noble Qur'an and his purified family. This man, with his message, was a mercy for all humankind.

This is our Prophet Muhammad --- may God's peace shower upon him, his family, and his faithful companions."

Please share this video far and wide to spread this remarkable man's message of love, kindness and compassion to your neighbors and friends.

Interested in events in your city? Head to http://www.MuslimPulse.com to post, search, and comment on events catered to Muslims!


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