Hadith on Charity: Paradise Reward for Removing Inconvenience

📖Sahih Muslim 1914 d
Abu Huraira reported Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) as saying that he saw a person enjoying himself in Paradise because of the tree that he cut from the path which was a source of inconvenience to the people.

  • This hadith from Sahih Muslim (1914d) represents the Islamic belief that performing good deeds, no matter how small they may seem, can lead to great rewards in the hereafter. In this specific example, the act of removing a tree from a path that was causing inconvenience to people was considered a good deed that pleased Allah and was rewarded with a place in Paradise. This hadith also highlights the importance of considering the needs and well-being of others, as even a small act of kindness can have a significant impact.