We reached to an area known as Sidratul Muntaha. We saw a place where there was a tree whose one leaf would be able to cover an entire nation. Then we went to that place known (in the Qur'an) as: `...So he was the measure of two bows or closer still." 
Allah called out:
"The Prophet believes in that which His Lord has revealed unto him. " 
On behalf of myself and my Ummah, I replied:
"And the believers too, they all believe in Allah and His Angels and His Books and His Messengers. We do not differentiate between any of His Messengers. "
"...And they say: We hear and we obey, Our Lord! Thy forgiveness (do we crave), and to Thee is the eventual course. "
Allah then said:
"Allah does not impose upon any soul a duty but to the extent of its ability; for it is (the benefit of) what it has earned and upon it (the evil of) what it has wrought"
Then I said:
"Our Lord! do not punish us if we forget or make a mistake! "
"I will not punish you. "
Then I continued:
"Our Lord! do not lay on us a burden as Thou didst lay on those before us! "
"I will not lay upon you a burden. "
I once again said:
"Our Lord do not impose upon us that which we have not the strength to bear; and pardon us and grant us protection and have mercy on us, Thou art our Patron, so help us against the unbelieving people. " 
Allah the Glorious and High said:
"Verily I have bestowed this upon you and your nation. "
From Bihar al-Anwar, Vol. 18, p. 328-329, Bab 3 - Ithbaat al-Mi`raaj wa ma`anaahu wa kayfiyyatuhu wa sifatuhu wa ma jaraa feehi wa wasf al-buraaq, Hadith 34.
 Surah al‑Najm (53), Verse 9
 Surah al‑Baqarah (2), Verse 285
 This supplication that the Prophet prayed in the Me'raj for his Ummah is also the last verse of Surah al‑Baqarah. The nations before used to get severe punishments and were not given a chance to repent as mercifully as the followers of the Prophet Muhammad are and this is due to the supplication of the Prophet for his Ummah during this holy journey. (Tr.)