The Evil Of Craving For Wealth And Status Pdf

The Evil Of Craving For Wealth And Status Pdf

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Book Name: The Evil Of Craving For Wealth And Status

Writer: al-Haafidh ibn Rajab al-Hanbalee

Page: 40

Book Size: 490 KB

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There is nothing more to chasing after wealth than the wastage of a person’s noble life for that which has no value. Instead

he could have earned a high rank (in Paradise) and everlasting bliss,

but he lost this due to his craving after provision – which had already been assured to him and allotted to him, and it was not

possible for anything to come to him except what was decreed for him – then on top of this, he does not benefit from that, but rather abandons it and leaves it for someone else.

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He departs from that and leaves it behind so that he will be the one held accountable for it, yet someone else benefits from it.

So, in reality, he is only gathering it, yet someone else benefits from it. So, in reality, he is only gathering it for someone who will not praise him for that, whilst he himself goes on to

One who will not excuse him for that – this itself would indeed be enough to show the blameworthiness of this craving.

The person who has this craving wastes his valuable time and engages himself in that which is no benefit to himself – in journeying and

exposing himself to dangers in order to amass that which will only benefit someone else, so it is as is said: