مالی معاملات میں مال کی ماہیت اوراس کی شرعی حیثیت کا مطالعہ

A Study of the Nature of Wealth and its Shariah Status in Financial Dealings

  • Abdul Rehman Lecturer in Islamiat, G.M.G College, G.M Abad, Faisalabad
  • Umme Aymen Visiting lecturer at GCWUF, Faisalabad
Keywords: nature of wealth, Shariah, Shariah Law, financial dealings

Abstract

When Allah created humans, He also revealed golden principles for living a successful life. Whether it is a navigating individual or a social aspect of life, guidance is provided. In the hustle of social life, economy is the most engaging facet, dealing with moment-to-moment financial challenges. Although human nature inclines towards wealth, it's crucial to recognize it as a distribution from Allah. Desired outcomes are tied to human effort, aligning with Allah's Will. While wealth is a significant blessing, misuse of it due to  the blurred ethical lines jeopardizes both worldly and religious aspects of life. Islam doesn't prohibit earning and accumulating wealth, but it emphasizes ethical conduct. The marketplaces play a pivotal role in production, exchange, and accumulation of wealth. The essence and legal status of wealth in economic terms, its application, and the types that can be considered assets are essential for a stable and principled economic life. Understanding these ensures alignment with natural and ethical principles, fostering not only a prosperous worldly life, but also contributing to spiritual salvation. This discussion explores the nature and legal status of wealth in financial transactions.

Published
2024-01-31