wow you replied 8 hours after i got home from examination hall...but thanks anywayhere u go the answer of ur question is:
There are various significance of the Prophet(pbuh) Not allowing the writing of Ahadith in the early days in Makkah (early days), Firstly, Prophet(pbuh)'s focus was to estabilish Islam, because in the early days Prophet (pbuh) was more concerned about the flourishing of Islamic message and to preserve islamic mission in the hearts of muslims firmly. Secondly, it was to give more priority to the writing down of Quranic revelations. Prophet(pbuh) wanted his companions to focus more on the writing down of Quranic revelations as Quran is the foundation of all Shariah laws and guidance. Thirdly, he wanted to ensure the clear discrimination of his words and the words Of Allah(Quran). He didnt wanted his complanions to get confused between the words of Allah and his sayings. therefore, he asked his companions to write only Quranic verses at that time and as time passed he taught them how to differ between his sayings and the words of Allah. Lastly, when he became confident that his companions can discriminate between Quran and Hadith, he encouraged them to write down Ahadith. Hazrat Abdullah Bin Amr's attempt to seek permission for writing down Ahadith of Prophet(pbuh) is evident to this. Once he said to Prophet(pbuh): 'O messenger of Allah! I wish to narrate some of your traditions so I intend to write these with my hands along with my heart?" Prophet(pbuh) said:"If they are my Hadith have them written along with your heart."
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