Anyone can become a rich person. Young people can be rich, especially the old. Villagers can be rich. Bachelor or no graduate can also be rich. Believers can be rich. Even atheists, can also be rich.
The Supreme Rich will give wealth to those who want to work hard and are smart, innovative, productive, solutive and have expertise (expertise) that is rarely owned by people. Look at the list of rich people in the world, surely they have the characteristics that I mentioned. No need to dream of becoming the richest person in the world. Being one of the rich people in Indonesia or even in your province is great.
Life is rich and dead in the highest heaven. It is the dream of many people, including me. Wealth that can take us to heaven, of course obtained by a legitimate method and does not violate the rules of religion. Wealth gained is a blessing, calms the heart, makes the family happy and keeps away from the slander of the world.
In order to increase our wealth and blessings, let us always involve Allah SWT in all our activities. The trick, besides doing things that can bring wealth rationally and acceptable to reason, we also need to practice that is indeed commanded by the Most Rich. Many things that according to him can bring sustenance and wealth.
Some of those that can bring sustenance are: establishing friendship, worshiping and encouraging parents, praying Dhuha and multiplying alms. If all this time we have trouble sustaining, try asking ourselves, "Have I been diligent in offering hospitality? Am I hospitality just during Eid or holidays? "
Continue with the question, "Is the relationship with parents (including in-laws, for those who are married) going well and healthy? Have I given the best for my parents? Are my parents proud of my achievements? "
Try to ask too, "Have I been doing duhuha prayers for at least four regular rak'ahs like doing obligatory prayer? How many alms have I spent? Are the alms that I spend only the remnants of income or have I allocated them in a planned manner?
It's not enough to just stop asking questions. But also, after that, react. The Most Rich never sleeps. The Supreme Rich has never broken a promise ...
Greetings Success! (by: Jamil Azzaini)