The Prophet’s (peace and blessings be upon him), broad mindedness and tolerance could embrace all people and entitled him to be regarded as father for them all.
In justice, all of them were almost equal. Nobody was better than another except on the criterion of Allâh fearing. A favoured one, to him, was the most Allâh fearing. His assembly was a meeting of clemency, timidness, patience and honesty. Voices were not raised in rows or riots. Inviolable things were never violable. Fearing Allâh and worship were their means to sympathy and compassion. They used to esteem the old and have mercy on the young. They assisted the needy and entertained strangers.( A small excerpt from the book “The Sealed Nectar”)
If you would like to know more about the Prophet of Islam, Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him), I would recommend the “Sealed nectar” where you can find on line here.