Many people fail because they think it is more important to get than give.
Whereas according to research, people who are successful in life are people who give a lot.
We often ask, how can this happen? Isn’t receiving we will get more instead of giving will reduce our wealth?
Yes, that’s our perception.
The reality is very different. Giving will not reduce our wealth but will even increase.
It has become a sunnatullah, a person who is booming at the ‘normal’ level only brings himself to be successful.
Yet people who succeed on an extraordinary level bring other people to grow with it. “No man becomes rich unless he enriches others.”
This fact is not only seen from a material point of view, but also from the point of view of knowledge, faith and piety.
The most pious, pious, and knowledgeable person is the one who brings others to become pious, faithful, and be knowledgeable too with him!
This fact seems to have become a living tradition of the salafussoleh.
Look at Rasulullah SAW, who is known as a successful leader, and under his guidance, many other successful leaders were born.
Among them are Sayyida Abu Bakr RA, Umar RA, Uthman RA, Ali RA, and others.
The same is true among great scholars. Look at how many scholars were born due to the education of Imam al-Syafi’i, Hanbali, Maliki, and Hanafi.
The question is, how to bring others success with us?
For that, we must practice the attitude of giving. We must provide knowledge, leadership, guidance, skills to the people around us.
Do not be stingy to sow goodness.
Giving to others is the same as giving to yourself. Hands holding out roses must smell fragrant!