The common man is again learning many things for his guidance from the Quran, the life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and the architect of Pakistan. He keeps in mind that the Prophet (PBUH) was a poor orphan boy who rose to the position of an efficient administrator and skilful general. Muhammad (PBUH), who touched every department of human life, was saviour of oppressed humanity. The people of the East and the West came to know that he was a far-sighted reformer, a brave soldier, an impartial judge, a great statesman, an affectionate father and indeed a sincere friend in need. Justice and equality were his motto, generosity pervaded his conduct. Simplicity and sincerity, truthfulness and honesty were part and parcel of Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) character. He encouraged the common people to turn their attention to trade and agriculture. Such measures contributed to building a national economy.
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