Avoid Bukhl

Definition of miserly:

“The literal meaning of Bukhl is miserliness, and not spending where spending is required by Sharia, custom or death is called Bukhl, or not spending where it is necessary to spend wealth and means, this is also Bukhl.”

Allah Almighty says in the Holy Quran

And those who are stingy in what Allah has given them out of His bounty, do not consider it good for them, but it is bad for them. He is the inheritor of the heavens and the earth, and Allah is aware of your deeds.

A warning about stinginess:

Miserliness is a very ugly and reprehensible act, and miserliness sometimes becomes the cause of many other sins, so every Muslim must avoid it.
Five causes of stinginess and their treatment:

(1)… The first cause of miserliness is the fear of scarcity. The remedy for this is that the servant should always keep in mind that spending wealth in the way of God does not decrease but increases.

(2)…The second cause of miserliness is the love of wealth. The cure for this is that the servant remembers the solitude of the grave, that this wealth of mine will not come to anyone in the grave, but after my death, my heirs will brutally dispose of it. will bring

(3)…The third cause of miserliness is the dominance of selfish desires. The cure for this is that the person should study the harms of selfish desires and its ultimate end again and again. In this regard, it is very useful to read Ameer Ahlus Sunnah Karsala “Remedy of Sins”.

(4)…The fourth cause of miserliness is the desire for a bright future for children. The remedy for this is to strengthen one’s belief and faith in trusting in Allah, the Exalted and Exalted, that the Lord, the Exalted and Exalted, who made my future better, is the same. Able to improve my children’s future too.

(5)…The fifth cause of miserliness is negligence in the matter of the hereafter. The cure for this is that the servant should consider that after death the wealth and wealth that I have spent in the way of God can give me profit, so this In order to profit from mortal wealth, it is wise to spend it in good deeds

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