Ramazan 3-dio Hutba (19-july-2013\ 11Ramadan-1434)

Plemenitost postača tokom ramazana

Ramazan 3-dio

cropped-imam-sedin-agic.jpgRamazan je mjesec bereketa, ramazan je mjesec oprosta, ramazna je mjesec davanja i velikodušnosti, ramazan je mjesec Kur’ana. Abdullah ibn Abbas r,a, prenosi da je Poslanik a,s, rekao; Resulullah je bio najvelikodušniji od svih ljudi, i on je bio najvelikodušniji i u mjesecu ramazanu.

Dakle ovaj nam hadis ukazuje na treniranje samih sebe na davanje i pomaganje. Zamisli kako je Posalnik a,s, bio džometan, velikodušan, plemenit u ramazanu kao i mimo ramazana. Kako je on a,s, vodio brigu i koju je sipmatiju imao prema onima koji nisu imali da je to postalo primjer njegovim ashabima i generacija koje dođu poslije.

Prva generacija muslimana ne sumljivo je da su bili najbolja generacija, njihov karakter i način života je bio svjedok te činjenice i Poslanikovih riječi: Poslanik, a.s., je  rekao: “Najbolji od mog ummeta bit će oni od generacije najbliže meni.  Nakon njih najbliže njima, a poslije oni najbliže njima.” (Imam Buhari i Imam Muslim)

Oni su bili ti koji su najbolje implementirali riječi Poslanika a,s i oni su zlatni primjer onima koji dođu kasnije, normalno je da su oni primjer u svemu pa i u ramazanu.

Abdullah ibn Omer r,a, naprimjer je preferirao da iftari sa siromahom, kad god bi se iftario kod kuće, nikada nije jeo do kraja (nije se prejedao) zato ako bi neki siromah naišao pored njega, Abdullah bi mu dao da se iftari. Abdullah bi imao običaj da daje (dijeli) slatko (halvu) kao sadaku, govorio bi; ja sam svjestan Allahovog Govora; Nećete zaslužiti nagradu sve dok ne udijelite dio od onoga što vam je najdraže; A Allah zna da je volim slatko (halvu).

Jedne prilike Imam Ahmed je pripremao hljeb za iftar, siromah ga zovnu i bez okljevanja Imam Ahmed mu je dao cijeli hljeb i ostade gladan. Ibn Mubarek je imao običaj da priprema halvu svojoj braći, i pored toga što je on postio.

Imam Šafii r,h, je rekao; Meni je draže da vidim nekog kako povećava svoju plemenitost i velikodušnost tokom ramazana, sljeđenjem primjera Poslanika a,s, za svoje vlastito dobro. Mnogo je onih koji su prezatrpani sa postom i klanjanjem, tako zaboravljajući druge koristi koje se nalaze u ramazanu (tj; zaboravljanje korisnih stvari i nagrade za plemenitost i velikodušnost davanja i pomaganja drugih). Lataiful Mearif.

Poslanik a,s, je rekao: Najbolja djelu su ona koja će donjeti tvome bratu radost i sreću, ili da odplatiš dug svoga bratu ili da ga nahraniš. Imam Dejlemi, sahih.

Najdraži Allahu od ljudi je onaj koji je najkorisniji ljudima, najdraža djela Allahu su kada učiniš brata muslimana sretnim (zadovoljnim, oraspoložiš ga), uklanjanje tegoba koje ga zadese, odplaćivanje duga ili da ga nahraniš. Draže mi je da šetam sa bratom muslimanom i da vidim da li ima ikakve potrebe nego itikaf u džamiji mjesec dana. Imam Taberi El-Kebir, sahih.  Poslanik a,s, je rekao: Najbolji od ljudi je onaj koji je ljudima najkorisniji.  Sahih.

Abdullah ibn Amru ibn Al –As r,a, prenosi da je neki čovjek upitao Poslanika a,s,: Koje je djelo najbolje u islamu? Poslanik mu reče: Da nahraniš siromaha, da širiš selam (da nazivaš selam, pozdrav) onima koje znaš i onima koje ne znaš. Targib, sahih.

Zato u ovim preostalim danima ramazana budimo plemeniti u davanju onima koji nemaju. Sjetimo se i govora Ubejda ibn Umejra r,h: Na kijametskom danu ljudi će se okupiti gladni kao što su to nekada najviše bili, žedni kao što su to nekada najviše bili, goli kao što su to nekad bili goli. Zatim ko bude nahranio nekoga u ime Allaha, Allah će ga nahraniti, onaj ko je davao vodu drugima u ime Allaha, Allah će njemu dati vode, i onaj ko bude davao odjeću drugima ili oblačio druge, u ime Allaha, Allah će ga obskrbiti sa odjećom.

Šabi je govorio; Onaj ko sebe ne smatra i ne uzima se u obzir za veću potrebu za nagradom za davanje sadake, u odnosu na potrebu siromaha koji uzima sadaku, taj će imati korumpirana djela  sadake, i njegova sadake će biti bačenu njemu u lice na Danu Sudnjem.

 The generosity during Ramadan

Ramadan is the month of barakah. Ramadan is the month of forgiveness, Ramadan is the month of generosity and It is the month of the Qur’an. Ibn Abbas r.a. reported: “Rasulullah s.a.w. was the most generous of all the people, and he was even more generous in the month of Ramadan when Jibril a.s met him. Jibril used to meet him every night of Ramadan to teach him (revise the recitation of) the Qur’an.

From this hadith, we learn that Ramadan is actually the month for training ourselves to be generous in giving. Imagine how generous the Prophet s.a.w. was during Ramadan, or even outside of Ramadan. His concern and empathy toward those who are less fortunate was so outstanding that it became an example for his companions r.a.

The first generation of Muslims, the pious Salaf, were undoubtedly the best of generations. Their character and way of life stand witness to this fact and is further confirmed by the statement of Allah’s Messenger: “The best of generations are my generation, then those which follow them, then those which follow them.” (Reported by Muslim).

They were indeed, the best amongst those who implemented the teachings of our beloved Prophet. So naturally it is their example that one must follow in all matters and Ramadan is no exception.

Abdullaah ibn ‘Umar, for example, would prefer to eat his iftaar meal with the poor. Whenever he broke his fast at home, he never ate his fill, so that if a needy person visited, ‘Abdullaah could give him his iftaar meal. He used to give away sweets in charity saying, ‘I am aware of Allah’s saying; “You shall not attain piety until you spend out of that which is beloved to you” [Ali ‘Imraan: 92] and Allah knows that I love sweets.’

Once when Al-Imaam Ahmad had prepared some bread for iftaar, a needy person called on him. Without hesitating he gave away all his bread, and went hungry. Ibn-ul Mubaarak used to prepare sweets for his brothers, despite the fact that he was fasting.

Al-Imaam Ash-Shaafi’ee, once said, “It is beloved to me to see one increasing his acts of generosity during the month of Ramadan, following the example of Allah’s Messenger, and for one’s own good. There are many who become over-occupied with fasting and Prayers, forgetting the other benefits of the month of Ramadan [i.e. forgetting about the benefits and rewards for being generous towards others].” (Lataa’if-ul Ma’aarif)

The Prophet, said, “The best of deeds is that of keeping your believing brother happy, or that of paying off a debt of his, or that of feeding him.” (Ad-daylamee, Sahih).

The most beloved of people to Allah are those who are of most benefit [to others]. The most of beloved actions to Allah, is when you make another Muslim happy, removing a hardship that has befallen him, paying off a debt of his or rid him of hunger. It is more beloved to me indeed that I walk with my Muslim brother to see to a need of his than performing i’tikaaf (secluding oneself) in a Masjid for a month. (At-Tabaraanee/Al-kabeer, Sahih)

The best of people is the one who is of most benefit to them. (As-Silsilah As-Saheehah, 426)

Abdullaah ibn ‘Amru ibn Al ‘Aas, narrated that a man once asked Allah’s Messenger, ‘Which is the best [of actions] in Islam?’ He replied, “Feeding [others] and extending the Salaam to those who you know and those you do not.” (At-Targeeb – Saheeh)

We should be most active in spending our wealth to help those less fortunate. This Ramadan, let us remember too, the saying of ‘Ubaid Ibn ‘Umair, rahimahu Allah, ‘On the Day of Judgement people will be gathered as hungry as they have ever been and as thirsty as they have ever been and as naked as they have ever been. Then, he who has fed [others] for the sake of Allah, Allah will feed him till he is full. He who has given to water to others, for the sake of Allah, Allah will give him water and he who has clothed others for the sake of Allah, Allah will clothe him.’

Ash-Sha’bee, once said, ‘He who does not consider himself in greater need of the reward for giving sadaqah, as compared to the need of the destitute for that sadaqah, will have corrupted his act of charity and have it flung in his face [on the Day of Judgment].

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