Love the inhabitants of the earth, surely you are loved by the inhabitants of the sky. Rasulullah SAW In the above hadith, what is meant by “the inhabitants of heaven” is Allah and His angels. The "inhabitants of the earth" that are both beloved and at the same time pitiful, refer to the history of Abu Hurairah, that is, all who have life. Thus, helping them is rewarded. It is not surprising then that the Companions of the Prophet (PBUH) competed to love the inhabitants of the earth. Abu Darda, for example, is so fond of birds. He went around to the children to buy their birds. He then let go of the birds and said, "Fly, and you are free to earn your own living."
The grace of Allah SWT, which the Koran refers to includes everything (the will of kulla syai'in), all the blessings we feel are only one of His hundred graces. While the other 99 graces while still being held, and as the Prophet said, will be given specifically to His servants who believe in which there is a vibration of love. Said Rasulullah SAW, "Those who can enter heaven are those who have compassion."
Spreading love must be comprehensive, indiscriminately, even to thugs or bastards. To them, we must not curse and spit revenge. Rasulullah SAW, in fact, told us to be concerned and pray for them: Alhamumma irhamhu. Allahumma tub 'alaihi (O Allah, have mercy on him. O Allah, forgive him). Affection (rahmah) also means hope that someone returns to the lap of the Divine. A Sufi Syaqiq al-Zahid said, "When you remember or meet a bad person, then you do not feel compassion for him, then you are more evil than him." Love for others is a measure of one's faith. Rasulullah SAW asserted, "If someone does not have compassion for each other, then Allah does not feel sorry for him." (Bukhari-Muslim history).
In fact, in another hadith it is stated that prayer and fasting are not enough to bring someone to heaven until his chest is clean from revenge, his heart is merciful, and compassionate towards others. Caliph Umar bin Abdul Aziz explained, the most favored deeds of Allah SWT are three: "To give forgiveness when they have time to get revenge, to be fair when emotional, and to be compassionate towards fellow servants of Allah."
In our lives, so many people are worthy of pity, that is, the poor, who do not have thousands of fathers, who are evil because they are forced, affected by disasters, and so on. They are creatures like us, animate. The difference is, good fortune has not been on their side. (*)