Islamic Studies -
Among his teachings
Prophet Muhammad (Peace and blessings be upon him) said: "He who relieves the distress of a believer in this world, God will release him from a distress on the day of judgment. He who facilitates things for someone who is finding difficulties, God will facilitate things for him in this world and in the hereafter and he who covers a Muslim's defect god will cover his defect in this world and in the hereafter.
God grants his slave help as long as his slave in his brother’s help. Allah facilitates a route to paradise for the one who follows a certain route seeking the knowledge of the religion. Whenever a group of people gather in a mosque reciting the book of Allah (Al-Quran) and studying it among themselves tranquility will come down on them, and mercy will spread over them and Angels will surround them and God will lift their status. He who’s deed makes him slow, will not be made quick by his pedigree."
This Hadith further delineates the spirit of brotherhood that should dominate the Muslim Community and gives specific example of how members of that community should treat each other. It states that A Muslim who helps his Muslim brother in any way will have God’s help on his side in this life as well as in the hereafter. The Hadith moreover, stresses the importance of seeking religious knowledge and shows the great reward for those who seek its deserve. Lastly the Hadith decides in clear terms that man’s real value lies more in his deeds than in his kinship. He whose deeds are not good enough to attain success in the hereafter will not succeed because of his kinship.
Prophet Muhammad (Peace and blessings be upon him) also said: "The best of deeds is to believe correctly in Allah and in his Messenger". That is to believe in God as one with no partners, who is the creator of all creations. God existed before the creations, before time and place. He has no shape or form. He sent the Prophets as teachers to people. The first of the Prophets of God was Adam, and the last of them were Moses, Jesus and Muhammad peace be upon them all.
Prophet Muhammad (Peace and blessings be upon him) said that "one is not a complete believe until he loves for his fellow brother what he loves for himself". If we as humans adhered to that teaching alone it would result in unity and care to each other.