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“I have never seen such a person neither before nor after seeing him. ”
[Ibn Hisham 1/401; Jami’ At-Tirmidhi 4/303]

” I compared him with the moon and found that — for me — he was better than the moon.”
[Mishkat Al-Masabeeh 2/518]

“He was the most honored among the people with whom he sat. He was often silent and rarely talked when speech was not a necessity. He turned away from those whose speech was rude or impolite. His laughter was no more than a smile. His speech, which was decisive, it was neither excessive nor incomplete.”
[As-Shifa 1/107]

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Ibn al Qayyim said in Zaad al Ma’aad:

“As for the weeping of the Prophet (saw) it was in the same degree as his laughter. He wouldn’t sob loudly and raise his voice, just like his laughter wasn’t loud. However his eyes would fill up with tears, until they flowed out, and you would hear the sound like that of a whistling kettle coming from his chest. He would weep out of mercy for the dead, out of fear and compassion for his ummah, out of deep fear of Allah, upon listening to the Qur’an. And it was a weeping of longing, love and exaltation, accompanied by fear and khashyah”.

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