What can your donations achieve:
This is a means of continuous rewards, even when we leave this world, i.e. as long as the institute is running you will continuously get the rewards of the teaching of Quraan, Hadith and Fiqh. As well as helping society become better.
This is a chance to help our deceased. When a person passes away, the opportunities that he had in his lifetime will never return. A deceased person cannot utter even a single Tasbeeh. According to one narration, the deceased is like a drowning person that is frantically awaiting rescue. He awaits for the duas (or any other good deed) from his parents, family or friends. Eventually, when he receives this gift, he cherishes it more than the entire world and what it contains. (Shu’abul Imaan; Musnad ibnul Mubaarak)
In one narration it is mentioned, Sayyiduna Ali radhi Allaahu anhu used to offer a Ram as Qurbaani on behalf of Rasulallaah sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam annually. (Sunan Abi Dawud; Mustadrak Haakim)
Isaale Thawaab is an opportunity to make up for one’s shortcomings towards the deceased. Rasulallaah sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam has informed that if a person who was disobedient towards his parents (in their lifetime) continues making dua for them after their demise, Allaah Ta’ala records him thereafter among those who were loyal to their parents. (Shu’abul Imaan).
Aaisha radhi Allaahu anha reports that a man once said to Rasulallaah sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam , ‘My mother died very suddenly. I’m sure that if she had the opportunity, she would have given charity, can I do so on her behalf?’ Rasulallaah sallallaahu alaihi wa sallam replied, ‘Yes, do give charity on her behalf.’ (Sahih Bukhari )
This is a perfect time to help those of our close ones who are most needy of our help. Remember if we help our deceased our loved ones will help us when we leave the world.
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