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The love of Prophet (pbuh) to Khadijah (ra)

What makes a love story great ? The answer is when it last forever.

Some people wish that someday they find love and live a story like those stories in movies. Let me tell you a beautiful story but it is not from a movie or I invented it no, it is a story truly happen a story lasted more than 1400 years and it will remain much longer.

If I started to write about it I will never end it will need millions of words to describe it even million will not be enough. below is one situation and prove this love story.

The love of our prophet(pbuh) to Khadijah (ra). many situation tells us the strength the love story of prophet(pbuh) to Khadijah (ra).

Khadijah (may Allah be pleased with her) was one of a kind. She was a woman of beauty, faith and courage. Her life was full of events and experiences that teach us volumes about faith, nobility and strength.

he difference in their ages was 15 years, but there was never a question of their complete devotion to each other. Muhammad continued to work for Khadijah's caravan business, and they had six children together, although only one of the children, a girl named Fatimah, lived to adulthood. Khadijah and Muhammad lived happily in this busy, productive way for 15 years, but when Muhammad was 40 their lives took a radical turn.

Muhammad meditated in a cave outside Mecca from time to time, and one afternoon he returned home from the cave exhausted and frightened, calling to Khadijah for help. He told her the angel Gabriel had spoken to him with a message from God, but he did not know what it meant. Khadijah believed Muhammad. She assured him he was sane and that this news was good, not fearful. Khadijah became the first convert to Islam, and remained Muhammad's most staunch believer, ally, and friend through the trials that lay ahead.

Khadijah encouraged Muhammad to leave the business and preach full time. She financially supported him so he could preach with all his heart and energy; she sustained him in this way for the rest of her life. When necessary, she supported his followers, too. In the early years, when the growth of Islam was slow and increasingly dangerous, Khadijah protected Muhammad with her political power and influence. 

As time passed, Muhammad's compelling word gained followers, and just as steadily, city leaders became more alarmed and wanted Muhammad arrested. Eventually, when the authorities could not be kept away and finally came for him, Khadijah left her comfortable home to join her husband, Muhammad, in hiding. Three years of rugged living followed, during which Khadijah depleted her entire large fortune supporting the followers of Islam. Her wealth was gone and her health strained to the breaking point by deprivation. However, her spirits remained high and her devotion never flagged. Finally, the brave, honorable, and faithful Khadijah became ill and died.

Years after Khadijah (Radhi Allahu Anha) died, He came across a necklace that she once wore when He saw it, He remembered her and began to cry and mourn.

His love for her never died, so much so that His later wife A'isha became jealous of her.

Once she (Radhi Allahu Anha) asked the Prophet (Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam) if Khadijah (Radhi Allahu Anha) had been the only woman worthy of His love.

He (Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam) replied:
"She believed in me when no one else did. She accepted Islam when people rejected me, and she helped me, comforted me when there was no one else to lend me a helping hand."

Wallahi, their love story always blows me away,
Yaa Allah, grant every single Muslim and Muslimah a good and pious spouse, and grant us space in Jannah, and unite us with our Nabi (Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam) His family and his companions.

(Radhi Allahu anhum), Aamiin.

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