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MUSLIM IS A PERSON WHOS EVERY ACTION IS FOR THE HAPPINES OF ALLAH

PAK.IT IS COMPULSORY FOR A MUSLIM TO FOLLOW THE DOCTRINE OF ISLAM


TO BECOME A GOOD MUSLIM AND TO GAIN BLESSINGS OF ALLH PAK AS IT IS
MUST FOR MUSLIM TO FOLLOW THE DOCTRINE OF ISLAM IN THE SAME WAY
HE SHOULD FOLLOW THE OTHER COMMANDS OF ALLAH.AS ALLAH PAK HAS
COMMANDED ALL MUSLIMS TO WORK FOR THEM SELFES AND EARN FOR
THEM SELFES IN A LAWFULL WAY AND EAT HALAL THINGS WITH WHAT HE
EARNS.
Allah says which translates as: "O Mankind eat from whatever is on earth
that is lawful and good, and do not follow the footsteps of Satan
indeed he is to you a clear enemy" (Al-Baqarah: 168).
In Islam, worship is not only by standing on your feet meaning standing the for
prayer, while someone else goes to seek your necessities. Rather you go seek
the lawful earning and also worship.. From the narrations reported about Issa (Alaihi
Salatu Wa Sallam), that he saw a man and said: "What do you do?" He said: "I am
worshiping, He said: "Who is providing for you? he said: "My brother" he said: "Where is
your brother? he said: "In the field" He said: "Your brother is more of a worshiper to Allah than
you".

Islam has approved a duty to lawfully earn money to each and every Muslim. In
order to provide for the family, we should always try to earn money the right
way. Allah has made the day for seeking livelihood as all the messengers of
Allah work themselves and earned for their families. the Khalifa Umar Ibnul
Khatab (Radhiyallahu Anhu) said: "I would not prefer to die in a position better
that a position where I am buying for my family or trading".
Lawful earnings and sound wealth, safe guards the religion, protects ones
honor, beautifies ones face, and results in a strong position.AS ALLAH
commanded every messenger to earn lawfully Allah Subhanahu Wa
Taala commanded the believers as He commanded the messengers, when He
says which translates as: "O Messengers eat from the good foods and
work righteousness. Indeed I am knowing of what you do" (Al-Muminun:
51). Allah also says which translates as: "O You who have believed, eat
from the good things which we have provided for you, and be grateful
to Allah if it is indeed him that you worship" (Al-Baqarah: 172).

It is far better for a Muslim to earn his own living and provide for his family
than to rely upon the charity of others. Az-Zubair ibn Awwam reported: The
Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said: Verily, for a
man to carry a rope and gather firewood, then come to sell it in the

market and make himself independent thereby such that he can


spend on his needs, that is better for him than asking people who
might give him or deprive him. : Musnad Ahmad 1410, Grade: Sahih

The Prophets were the best examples of hard work For example, the Prophet
Dawd, upon him be peace, would never eat a meal unless he earned it
himself.
Abu Huraira reported: The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, said:
David would never eat except from the earnings of his own hands
work.
Sahih Muslim 1033
The person who works lawfully and earns halal from itfor those the
Prophet (Salla Allahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) said: "Whoever eats from good, and
acts according to Sunnah and people felt safe from his evil, will enter
paradise".Imam Tirmidhi. Said that the Prophet (Salla Allahu Alaihi Wa Sallam)
said: "Four things if you have them, then do not be concerned about
what you miss out in this life. Preserving the trust, saying the truth,
well manners, and chastity and purity in what you eat".

As from the above hadith a verses it is clear that one should work
for himself and earn lawfully and those people who work hard and
earn lawfully are loved by allah and they will enter jannah.
But today muslims are working for them but they are not working
according to sunnah or commands of allah and what they earn from
their work is haram and they dont have fear of allah to avoid the
unlawful earning.
It is must in islam in order for the acceptance of our worships and
dua we must eat from lawful earnings but today our dua and
worships are not accepted because our ways of earning are unlawful
. eating from unlawful means blinds the insight, weakens the religion,
hardens the heart, darkens the mind, prevents the body from worship,
entraps one in this life and prevents ones dua (supplication) from being
accepted. Allah does not accept, except from the righteous.

There are many ways of unlawful earning today such as begging which is not
allowed in islam but in some cases Qabisa ibn Mukhariq reported: The
Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said:
O Qabisa, begging is not lawful except for one of three cases: a man who is in heavy debt,
so begging is permissible for him until he pays it, after which he must stop; a man whose
property is destroyed by a calamity, so begging is permissible for him until he can support
himself; and a man who is afflicted by poverty attested to by three astute members of his
people, so begging is permissible for him until he can support himself. O Qabisa, besides
these three begging is forbidden and the beggar consumes what is forbidden.
Source: Sahih Muslim 1044,

but today begging is not considered a way of earning but in islam it is a


mean of unlawful earning but people dont understand that what they are
feeding themselves and their family is haram.prophet pbuh said "A time will
come on people, when a man will not worry where his earning come from, lawful or unlawful", Al
Imam Bukhari and An Nasai,