April 14, 2021


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The relationship between knowledge and wealth

There is a need for money and resources in the way of life. However, knowledge is most needed in human life. Wealth is not the antithesis of knowledge. But knowledge is more effective than resources. The goal of acquiring knowledge is not to accumulate wealth, although wealth can also be acquired through knowledge. On the other hand, knowledge cannot be bought with money, it has to be acquired through deep perseverance. Knowledge requires a lot of pursuit. Islam does not ignore the necessities of life in this world. In the eyes of Islam, the wealth of the world is the blessing of Allah. Everything in the world is for people. So people will enjoy the world টাই this is normal. That is why all the ways and means of earning money in a halal way have been encouraged in Islam. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, ‘Halal is the (important) obligation after the obligatory (worship).’ (Bayhaqi)

Cultivation and livelihood are virtuous deeds in the eyes of Islam. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, ‘When a believer plants a tree or grows an agricultural crop, then he eats from it a bird, man or animal; That will be considered as charity for him. ‘(Bukhari-Muslim)

So in addition to acquiring and distributing knowledge, one has to earn wealth to sustain life. To those who create a distance between worldly wealth and religion, Allah the Almighty asks: ‘Ask them,‘ Who forbade the beauty and holy sustenance which Allah has created for His servants? Say: These are for the believers in the worldly life, and especially in the Hereafter. Thus do We make clear Our communications for a people who know. ‘(Surat al-A’raf: 32). But it is also true that the believer believes that the worldly life is fleeting. This life will be the account of the eternal infinite life of the hereafter. There will be a full recompense of good and evil. Therefore, the believer obeys Allah’s prohibitions in acquiring wealth, and he also obeys Allah’s command in spending wealth. The believer holds the world in need, but worldly gain is never the goal of his life. The reality of the world is clear to the believer. What is the reality of the world? Allah the Almighty said, ‘Know that the life of this world is only a sport, a sport, a beauty, your mutual pride and arrogance, and a competition for wealth and children. Its analogy is like rain, through which the crops produced bring joy to the farmers. Then it dries. So you see it yellow, then it turns to straw. And in the Hereafter there is a severe torment, and forgiveness from Allah and satisfaction. The life of this world is nothing but deception. ‘(Surah: Hadid, verse: 20)