Chosen Gems from the Fatāwá of Imām Muḥammad ibn ʿAbd al-Wahhāb al-Tamīmī

  

The people of knowledge from the salaf have mentioned the various types of actions people can perform without being aware of the true meaning of their actions. An example of this would be good deeds that many people perform, such as giving charity, maintaining family ties, being kind to people and so forth. Likewise, avoiding the oppression of others, or not speaking ill about them, all of which a person can do sincerely for Allāh’s sake, however without yearning for His reward in the next life. Rather all he hopes for is that Allāh will protect his wealth and his family, or cause it (his wealth) to increase, or make his name be remembered forever and so on.

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