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Generosity (Sakhawat)

Allah Paak Jalla Shanahu says in Sura  Baqara , verse 262:

“Those who spend their wealth in the Cause of Allah, and do not follow up their gifts with reminders of their generosity or with injury, their reward is with their Lord. On them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve” (262)

“Assakhiyo habibullah wa lo kana faseqaa”
The generous one (Sakhi) is the friend of Allah even if he is a wrongdoer/sinner.

Allah Ta’ala adores generosity so much that even if a generous person (sakhi) is a sinner, he is still kept as a friend.

“The condition of the children of Adam is such that they say my wealth my wealth. Your wealth is that which you have given in charity and sent forth. If you have eaten it, then you have finished it (fana) and if you have worn it, you have made it old. O son of Adam it is better for you to give and it is bad for you to keep.”

Generosity is from the manners/etiquettes of the Prophets because Allah Ta’ala Jallah Shanahu is Generous and likes generosity and good manners and dislikes bad manners.

Hazrat Ayesha Siddiqa (R.A.) narrates that Aqaa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) said that, “Allah Ta’ala has created all His Awliya Allah (Friends of Allah) on the basis of generosity and good behaviour towards others (husn-e-khalq).

Hazrat Abdullah bin Umar (R.A.) narrates that Aaqa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) said, “Allah Ta’ala likes two habits and dislikes two habits. The good habits are: one’s good behaviour towards others (husn-e-khalq) and generosity (sakhawat). The bad habits are: bad manners towards others and being miserly. When Allah Ta’ala wishes well for someone, he makes him fulfil the needs of others; he makes him solve the problems of others.

Hazrat Ibn Abas (R.A.) narrates that Aaqa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) said, “Overlook the sins of a generous person because when he makes a mistake, Allah Ta’ala grips his hand”

Hazrat Ibn-e-Masood (R.A.) narrates that, “Aaqa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) said, “the one who feeds gets sustenance (rizk), faster than a knife cuts the hump of a camel and Allah Ta’ala is proud of the one who feeds others and Allah Paak Jallah Shanahu displays this pride in front of His angels.”

Hazrat Ibn Umar (R.A.) narrates that Aaqa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) said that, “Allah Ta’ala gives people the blessings with accountability that through them the tasks of others may be

fulfilled and Allah Ta’ala takes his blessings from the one who refrains from helping others and gives it to another person”.

Hazrat Imam Zain-ul-Abideen (Alaiyhi’salaam) narrates that, “The generous person (Sakhi) is not the one who gives from his wealth, when someone asks for it, but the generous person (Sakhi) is the one who gives, before someone requests for help”.

When Hazrat Ibn Abas (R.A.) was governor of Basra, some people of Basra came to him and said, “There is a person who we all desire to be like. He fasts during the day and worships during the night. His daughter is getting married and he has nothing for the dowry”. Hazrat Ibn Abas (R.A.) gave these people 6 bags of wealth and further said, “It is not good to give a Muslim something that would interrupt his fasting during the day and worshiping during the night. Come on, let us all go and take part in the wedding preparations for his daughter and help him (physically as well as financially), even though the world is not worth much that it could prevent a Momin (Believer) from worshipping Allah Ta’ala, but we also do not possess so much pride and arrogance that we would fail to serve the Awliya Allah (Friends of Allah). Saying this he went to the house along with the other people of Basra and did all the preparations himself.

Caliph (Khalifah) Haroon-ur-Rasheed sent 500 dinars as a gift to Hazrat Imam Malik Bin Ans (Rahmatullah’alaiyhi). When this news reached Hazrat Lais Bin Sa’ad (Rahmatullah’alaiyhi), he sent another 1000 dinar as a gift to him. When Khalifah Haroon-ur-Rasheed found out, he called Hazrat Lais bin Sa’ad (Rahmatullah’alaiyhi) and said, “You are an ordinary person and I am a caliph (Khalifah), despite of that I sent only 500 dinar but u sent 1000 dinar. Did u try to compete with me? Hazrat Lais Bin Sa’ad (Rahmatullah’alaiyhi) replied, my daily income is 1000 dinar, I felt ashamed to give such a person less than my daily income that’s why I sent 1000 dinar and I had no intention in my heart of competing with you. Hazrat Lais bin Sa’ad (Rahmatullah’alaiyhi) was well known for his generosity, although his daily income was 1000 dinar, zakat (alms/welfare contribution) was never compulsory on him. He never saved so much money on which zakah become compulsory.

I would just like to mention one more narration from the life of Hazrat Lais bin Sa’ad (Rahmatullah’alaiyhi). Once an elderly lady came to Hazrat Lais bin Sa’ad (Rahmatullah’alaiyhi). She was holding a bowl in one hand and said, “My son is ill and I need some honey, I can’t afford to buy some”. At that time, honey used to be stored in bags made of leather which could each hold up to 20-25 kilograms of honey. Hazrat Lais bin Sa’ad (Rahmatullah’alaiyhi) ordered his servant to give a full bag of honey to this lady, she took the honey and left. After she left the servant said to the Sufi Hazrat Lais bin Sa’ad (Rahmatullah’alaiyhi), “the lady asked for honey in a bowl but you gave the entire bag”. Sufi sahab (Hazrat Lais bin Sa’ad (Rahmatullah’alaiyhi) said that, “the woman was asking according to her (social/financial) status, her thought was limited to that. I felt ashamed from Allah Ta’ala that I give that needy person according to her status even though Allah Ta’ala has given me so much sustenance (rizk).  Therefore I gave her according to my (financial) status.

Fakeer Ahqar ul Ibaad would just like to say that we all pray to be wealthy; the wealthy person will enter Jannah 500 years after poor people (masaakeen). Therefore one should supplicate as follows that, “Allah Paak Jalla Shanahu first make us generous and then make us wealthy, so that we may be as generous as possible”.

Allah paak Jallah Shanahu says in Sura Baqara, verse 262:
“Those who spend their wealth in the Cause of Allah, and do not follow up their gifts with reminders of their generosity or with injury, their reward is with their Lord. On them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve” (262)

May Allah Subhana Wa Ta’ala grant us knowledge of Islam and help us to act upon the Islamic knowledge we already have.

  • May Allah Paak Jalla Shanahu enlighten our hearts with His Noor and grant us the ability to perform good deeds
  • May Allah Paak Jalla Shanahu forgive our major and minor sins and protect us from the spiritual diseases like anger, jealousy, backbiting, pride and greed.
  • May Allah paak Jalla Shanahu protect us from the punishment of the grave & hellfire, and  enlighten our graves with His Noor
  • May Allah paak Jalla Shanahu mercy upon the entire Ummah.
  • May Allah Paak Jalla Shanahu grant us to be generously spending for the cause of Allah who is the real Owner of our wealth.

Wa ma alayna illal balagul mobeen 

By:Peerzada Dr. Haroon-ur-Rashid Kashmiri

 

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