Eight Tips to increase your wealth


In the name of Allah
the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful


On this short blog post I will be sharing with you Eight unique steps to increase your wealth with the help of Allah (SWT). So do take your time and know that with every action you take will determine your future outcome. shall we start? check below on the eight unique tips to increase your wealth!



Allah destroys interest and gives increase for charity. Allah does not like every sinning Disbeliever.

Found in Quran (2:216)



  In (Bukhari) The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said ” Whoever would like his Provision increase and his life extended, should up hold ties of Kinship.

Found in Bukhari



 Allah Teaches us in the Quran (14:7) ” and if you all give thanks to me, I shall surely increase you”.

found in Quran (14:7)



Prophet Noah told his people ” seek forgiveness from your Lord, Indeed he is ever forgiving ( Al-Ghaffar).  He will send upon you rain from the skies in showers and will increase you in wealth and children”.

Found in Quran (71:10-12)



Allah has said ” Spend oh son of Adam and I shall spend on you.”

The prophet Muhammad (PBUH) also said ” Charity does not reduce Wealth.”

Found in (Buhkair, Muslim)



Whoever is conscious of Allah, he makes for them a way out and provides for them sustenance from where they expect not.”

Found in Quran (65:2-3)



 The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Said Indeed, The house in which Quran is recited, the goodness in it increase…

(Ibn Kathir, Tafsir)



When the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) prayed for Anas bin Malik, The first thing he prayed for was wealth , Amongst other things. We should ask Allah to place wealth in our hands and not our heats.

Quick reminder to you all as a brother because I love you all..

“The strongest Among us is the one who has Allah in their hearts and the world in their hands”. – Amara Kaira

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The amazing story of Robert Davila


In the name of Allah, most Gracious, most Merciful.

I’ve been listening to a lot of Islamic lectures on YouTube while doing so, I came across the story of Robert Davila a few times but something hit my mind. It is one of the most amazing stories I’ve heard, it made me think twice as muslim and it’s another wake up call for me!.

There are so many lessons to be learnt in this story and I hope you reflect on these InSha’Allah. For now, I just had to share it and no doubt I will be doing videos like this more often. Enjoy the 11 min video Shout out to the Merciful Servant channel.

Puts the phrase “God works in mysterious ways’ into real perspective.

I pray that Allah have mercy on brother Robert soul. May Allah reward those who have contributed to this great story and particular, Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan my mentor and for being such an inspiration and sharing this story with the world.


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6 hadiths on the importance of time and timekeeping


                        Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh. To you All my brothers and sisters.

          We all think we have all the time in the world until we don’t seem to have any at all. In the Holy Quran, Allah (swt) swears by time, and reminds us that “surely man is in loss.” Time is surely a blessing unto us all and so, how do we treat time, and how do hadiths instruct us to behave in relation to it? Below is 6 hadiths on the importance of keeping time and timekeeping.


1 . No surprises

Ali ibn Abi Talib said: “The man who best understands time is he who is not taken aback by its proceedings.” [Ghurarul Hikkam]


2 . Five key matters

The Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Take advantage of five matters before five other matters: your youth before you become old; your health, before you fall sick; your wealth, before you become poor; your free time before you become preoccupied, and your life, before your death.” [Musnad Imam Ahmad]


3 . Never trust time

Ali ibn Abi Talib said: “Whoever trusts time is betrayed by it, whoever attaches great importance to it is abased by it, whoever is angry with time, it spites him even more, and whoever takes refuge with time is forsaken by it. Not everyone who throws hits the target. When the sultan changes, so does the time.” [Biharul Anwar]


4 . On the day of Judgement

The Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “The feet of a servant will not touch the ground until he asked about his life and how he spent it; his knowledge and how he acted upon it; his wealth and how he acquired it and spent it and his body and how it was used.” [Tirmidhi]


5 . Contending with time

Ali ibn Abi Talib said: “Whoever resists time is spited by it even more, and whoever surrenders to it is not safe either.” [Ghurarul Hikam


6 . If time could speak…

Ali ibn Musa Al-Ridha reportedly recited these lines of poetry composed by his grandfather Abdul Muttalib:

All of the people place the blame on time
When the trouble with time is only ourselves;
We reprove time while the fault lies within us
If time could speak, it would surely mock us.
The wolf shuns the meat of a fellow wolf
Whereas we devour each other in broad daylight.
Attired to deceive with our beautiful clothes,
Yet woe betides the stranger when he approaches us.

[Uyoon Akhbar Al-Ridha]


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Something You Are Neglecting


       Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi   wabarakatuh. To you All my brothers and sisters.

The Prophet would say begin with those who are nearest to you in relation.

Show your righteousness and your conduct them first, your in-laws.  you know somethings we kind of scoff about the mother in-law.

“The demon” these kind of false concepts, your mother in law, the scholars they write, she has the same rank as your father.

Not as your mother , as your father, a quarter of your duty is to her, three quarters is to your mother but a quarter is to her. She has the same rank of your father.

You who has taken that wife as your bride your mother in law is your sacred duty, between you and Allah, and I just want to say, think of how the prophet (saw) treated his in laws. for ex Abu Bakr, Umar (RA) and others, right. think of the duties that are owed to them. 


I’m not saying everyone does this, no some do and some don’t my point is let’s learn from our prophet how he did things and not jump into something that he has already sat out. with you and I or without you and I this deen will grow and is growing by the day!. we just need to keep the sunnah alive and follow the simple ways of Prophet Muhammad PBUH and not make things worst.  

        This just A little reminder for you and I to not forget what was pit out for us!

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Why Do People Go Through Hardship.


In the name of Allah
the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful

Why sometimes you feel pain & you suffer and go through tests and Trials?

Have you ever sat down and thought on this for yourself? Maybe you have or maybe you haven’t, but I would like to share with here 3 reasons why Allah would put you through a Hardship.

1. To Remove Your Sins 

Allah wants to removes your sins in this life  and not the hereafter. The Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) said there is not a single Calamity, not a single hardship is experienced by us except that Allah removes some of our sins because of it ” he even said even a pricking of of a thorn would relieve us or would remove some of our sins. So Allah Doesn’t want to punish us in the Akhira. We know that the worst way to remove our sins is to be punishes in the hellfire. So before any of that happens Allah puts us in these hardships to cleanse us and cleanse us of our sins.


2. To Provide us with Taqwa.

What is Taqwa? Taqwa is to be aware of Allah. The reality is that sometimes we live our lives and we tend to forget about Allah, we tend to forget that we need Allah. so every & then Allah will put us through a hardship to remind us that we need Allah. When we go through pain and hardship this is Allah reminding us that we  are truly in need of Allah.



Allah puts us through hardships to increase us in ranks because he loves us . The Prophet (S.W.A) said when ” Allah loves someone he will test them”. He also said those who are tested most severely are the prophets and then those most liked them and those most liked them. so as we go though these test and trials we are raised in ranks and we get more & more closer to the Prophet Muhammad and rest of the prophets. So it is out of Allah’s love for  wanting to increase us in rank that we are tested or being tested by Allah.


So my brothers and sisters never lose hope in Allah!  because he never lost hope in you and he will not IN Sha Allah. if you get punished here in the world because of a sin you did then be happy your getting through it now because if you get away with it then you will face it on the day of judgement!

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The Masjid Problem


In the name of Allah
the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful


I’ll give you a short story today, and by the way this is one of the most unique stories in this blog. 


I don’t think you have seen a similar story, Allah knows best. Ok  in this story a women, A christian women complains to ummar (Ra). she complains to Umar (Ra), & she was living in Egypt, so likely a Coptic christian women, ok she complain to him that Amr Ibn Al A’aas (Ra) who was the Governor of Egypt, he entered my house, my Property, into the masjid. they had a masjid right next to her house, and the masjid started to become filled, it became over-full, and because of that she was asked by Amr Ibn al A’ssd (ra), I will pay you for your house, and I’ll pay you even more than it’s worth, but she said no I want to live in my house.

so Amr Al a’aas he took the initiate of basically doing what a lot of countries do today as well, and that is that they just took possession of the house and they said well, this paycheck is for you if you wanna take it, take it, if you wanna leave it leave it. right? so he placed the paycheck for her in the Bayt-Ul-Maal (ministry of finance) and he told her I paid you a price higher than the property because we need to increase the size of the masjid. the people need to continue praying, and the masjid is becoming too full now.

so when this women ende up going to Umar (Ra). writing to Umar (Ra), complaining that what happened, he wrote back to Amr Ibn A’aas (Ra) he said , break down that portion of the masjid and re-make her house, because this was her house and we can’t take it down away from her. she didn’t give it to him with her own consent, and that is a big statement, that was the house of Allah (SWT) but for the sake of justice and for the sake of the fact that. This was not based on her consent . Umar (Ra) asked for this portion of the house of Allah (SWT) to be taken down so this christian Coptic may be given her house back. 

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