Pearl of Wisdom
when asked about the characteristics of the Prophet (SAWA) while he was sitting with his legs tucked under his sword-belt in the mosque of Kafa, said, 'The messenger of Allah (SAWA) had white skin tinted with redness, with large black eyes, abundant lank hair, a thick beard, flat hairy cheeks, fine hair on his chest. His neck was [white] like a silver pitcher, he had hair from the top of his chest to his belly flowing like a cane, and he did not have any other hair on his stomach or chest. He had thick hands and feet [big bones], when he walked he walked fast and when he stood up it was like he had been erected from a rock. When he turned he would turn his whole body. The perspiration on in his face was like pearls, and the scent of his perspiration was more fragrant than strong musk. He was neither short nor tall, nor was he frail, nor avaricious. I have never seen someone like him (SAWA) before him or after him.'
Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
al-Tabaqat al-Kubra, v. 1, p. 410
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Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) said: "(Mostly) the doers of good of my Ummah are the married ones, while the vicious of them are unmarried."
Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) said: "The person who marries gains half of his Faith, then he must fear of Allah (swt) for the next remaining half."
Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) said: "A two rak'at prayer that a married person establishes is worthier than when a bachelor keeps up prayers at nights and fasts during the days."
Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) said: "The sleep of a married person is better with Allah (swt) than an unmarried one who fasts during the day and keeps vigil at night, establishing prayers."
Imam Ali (as) said: "In any condition conciliate the wives, and talk with them warmly and through kind words, thereby, they may change their actions into good ones."
Imam Baqir (as) said: "He who takes a woman (marries) should certainly respect her, because the wife of anyone of you is a means of your pleasure, so the one who marries a woman should not spoil or disgrace her (by disregarding her respectable rights)."