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Narration of Needs

Narration of Needs

“When believers shake hands, their sins fall off like leaves, and through meaningful connections, they find fulfillment in the narration of needs.”

The virtue of the narration of needs:

“What is Hajat Rawai (fulfilling the needs)? It is better than freeing a slave for a person to provide food to a believer. If someone gives water to a thirsty believer, Allah will quench his thirst from the sealed cup. If someone clothes a believer, Allah will grant him the garment of silk and brocade in Paradise. If someone loans money to a believer for the sake of Allah, it will be counted as charity until it is repaid

Deliverance from the distress and afflictions of this world and the hereafter:

The one who relieves a believer from the distress and afflictions of this world, Allah will grant them deliverance from the distress and afflictions of the hereafter. The person who fulfills the needs of a believer, it is better for them than observing voluntary fasting and seclusion in Masjid al-Haram. A believer is like a support for another believer, just as a body has a spine.

The dignity of a believer:

Indeed, Imam Muhammad Baqir (A.S) turned his face towards the Kaaba, the House of Allah, and said: “All praise is due to the God who has bestowed greatness and magnificence upon you and has made you the center of people’s gathering.”

Reference: Bihar al-Anwar, Vol. 74, p. 234.

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Imam Jafar Sadiq (A.S)

Whoever goes to a fellow believer to seek a need or to greet him but hides (avoids meeting) from him, then that person will remain in the curse of Allah until his last breath.

Bihar al-Anwar, Vol. 75, p. 190

Imam Jafar Sadiq (A.S)

ومايعلم تأويله إلا الله والراسخون في العام

No one knows its interpretation except Allah and those firmly grounded in knowledge.

Al-Imran: 7

Imam Jafar Sadiq (A.S)

The one who fulfills the need of a fellow Muslim, Allah Almighty calls out to them:
“Your reward is upon Me, and I am not content with anything less than Paradise for you.

Bihar al-Anwar, Volume 74, Page 285

Imam Jafar Sadiq (A.S)

Ethical Principles: Love and Service

Believers cannot be satisfied while their brother is hungry, and they cannot quench their own thirst while their brother is thirsty. They cannot wear clothes while their brother is naked. If someone presents their need to you, inquire about it, and if they ask you a question, provide them with an answer. Do not refuse them, and they will not refuse you. Seek refuge in them, for they are your refuge.

Principle of Friendship and Respect in Society

If they are absent, protect their absence, and if they are present, meet them and honor them, for they are with you, and you are with them.

Principle of Tolerance and Patience

Even if they scold you, do not separate from them until their anger subsides. If there is any benefit to them, express gratitude to God, and if they face any hardship, assist them. If they require something, help them, for if someone assists their fellow believer in their worldly matters, they become closer to Allah.

Bihar al-Anwar, Volume 74, Page 234

Imam Jafar Sadiq (A.S)

For your Muslim brother, prefer what you prefer for yourself. If you have a need, ask them for it, and if they ask you, give it to them. Do not be reluctant to do good for them, for they will not be reluctant to do good for you. Seek refuge in them, for they are your refuge. Protect them in their absence, and if they are present, meet them and honor them, for they are with you and you are with them. If they become displeased with you, do not separate from them until their displeasure subsides.

If they bring any benefit to you, express gratitude to God, and if they face any hardship, provide them with assistance and lighten their burden. Help them in any way you can.

Al-Kafi, Volume 213, Hadith 1

IMAM MOOSA KAZIM (A.S)

When a believer becomes aware of their brother’s need, they do not burden them to ask for it. They meet each other, show kindness to one another, spend on each other, and do not be like a hypocrite who does not fulfill their promises.

Al-Khisal, Volume 2, Page 157

IMAM ALI (A.S)

Certainly, the completion and acceptance of your deeds depend on fulfilling the needs of your fellow believers to the best of your ability and treating them with kindness. If this is not the case, then none of your actions will be deemed acceptable.

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