(570–632) Also spelled Mohammad or Mohammed; Arabic: محمد) (full name: Muhammad Ibn 'Abd Allāh Ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib Arabic: عبد المطلب محمدإبن عبدالله إبن )
Mohammad was the founder of the religion of Islam. He is considered by Muslims and Bahá'ís to be a messenger and prophet of God, and by Muslims the last law-bearer in a series of Islamic prophets.
"Wherever we direct our attention, we spend creative energy. We can save creative energy if we divide attention, if we do not become identified with things, people, and ideas. When we become identified with things, people, and ideas, we then forget our Self and lose creative energy in the most pitiful way. It is essential to know that we need to save creative energy in order to awaken the consciousness, and that the creative energy is the living potential, it is the vehicle of the consciousness, it is the instrument in order to awaken the consciousness."