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By Munim al-Hashimi. Translated by Nour M. Jaffala. The Prophet Muhammad (blessings and peace be upon him) had a large and lively household that was 'ruled' by his good nature and common sense. His marital life was an example of activity, vitality, and sympathy. He had a pure nature that filled his household with warmth and affection, and he never showed apathy, coldness, or disrespect to any of his wives. Despite his great status, the Prophet (blessings and peace be upon him) never made barriers between himself and his wives. His humbleness and modesty often made them forget themselves with him, as many of the anecdotes in this lovely little book show. International Islamic Publishing House, Paperback: 64 pages.