Imaam Shaafi’ (Rahmatullahi alaih) said: “A true Taalib-e-Ilm (Student of Deen) is invariably poor.” Imaam Rabee’ [A senior student of Imaam Shaafi’] asked: “If a person has average wealth, he also?” Imaam Shaafi’ replied, “He also.” A true Student of Deen engrosses himself in searching for Ilm and rectification of his A’maal. He neither has the time to hunt for the dunya nor any inclination to hoard wealth. He thus lacks the riches of the dunya. But Allah Ta’ala looks after his needs and fulfils those needs in wonderful and mysterious ways.
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24 January 2018
Zakaat Nisaab: R 4 255.90 Mahr Fatimi: R 10 639.76 Minimum Mahr: R 212.79
Abu Dharr Radiallahu Anhu narrated Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam as saying:
In the morning alms are due for every bone in man's body. His salutation to everyone he meets is alms, his enjoining good is alms, his forbidding what is evil is alms, the removal of harmful thing from the way is alms, to have sexual intercourse with one's wife if alms, and two rak'ahs which one prays in the Duha serve instead of that.