Channel: Yahya Ibrahim
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selflessness to be a person who has 1000 litres a year, who wishes to benefit others, even if it means that they may have to restrict something from themselves. There's this powerful moment in the life of alley of Nabeel polyploidy Allahu anhu, where Ali and his wife, Fawlty melody, Allah, Who is the daughter of her nebia sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. They're living at a time of poverty in El Medina. And a man comes in to the masjid and ask for help and handout for himself and his family. And Subhan Allah, to add that moment that Ali and Fatima they decide to give them the things that they need themselves, food that they need food that their household needs, but they part with it,
they give of it. And that's a direct reflection of that Hadith of the prophets. I send them you know, where you can save yourself a taco now, when it will be Shaka tomra you can save yourself from the torment of Hellfire, from the punishment of Allah for a sin that you have committed by splitting a date that you have in your possession, one date, one particular date that you can share and split with another will be your fortune on the Day of Judgment. Lenten, Allah will bill you will never complete and consolidate your righteousness, your completion of faith had that had that tomb for me matter a boon until you are able to part from the things you value the most for the betterment of
those who do not have it and need it as much. And therefore it's important for us as Muslims to kind of look at ourselves as being those who are conduits of good rivers of higher towards the lives of others. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, How eurocom And Pharaoh commonly known as the best of you are the ones who show others benefit and extended into their lives. The best of us are the ones who leverage good into other people's lives are beneficial to other people, in all segments of society in all different ways. You may be benefiting in the knowledge that you provide in the wealth that you share in charity, in the advice that you give in the mentorship that you have in the
physical strength of helping somebody move, whatever it is that you have that you are able to contribute, do not hold it back and live a selfless life of altruism. And Allah subhanho wa Taala will be the one who rewards you for that reason the prophets I send them teaches us to say jazak Allah who Hira for the one who we are not able to think in a material sense that if you say jazak Allah higher on that their reward is with Allah. And what Allah gives, none of us can be able to match