Superiors v/s Inferiors

Almighty has differentiated between human beings themselves in order to run the system of this factory and fulfill human needs. Some are rulers, some are masters, some Slaves, some are kings, some are rich, some are poor. This difference in status is not to be taken as a measure of greatness and superiority so that the one who has a higher rank and position despises the inferior and insignificant person, especially the teachings of Islam are very clear in this regard. 

Nowadays we see that difference between a master and a slave is that the servant and the master consider themselves to be very polite and high-minded and treat slaves and servants with contempt and inferiority. Islam does not allow it at all. In this regard, the moderate and middle way is the same as the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) used to treat his subordinates and slaves and servants and treat them with the best treatment and kindness. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) emphasized the importance of the rights of servants and slaves to such an extent that even in his illness and in the last moments of his life, he exhorted and transfer the rights of slaves as well as important Islamic elements such as prayers. It is narrated from Umm Salamah that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to say in his death, to arrange prayers and to take care of the slaves, and to say the same thing over and over again, until his blessed tongue began to stop. 

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) raised the status of servants and slaves, who were considered to be very low and inferior at that time, to the level of brothers. Yes, he insisted on treating slaves in the same way. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: Your servants are your brothers, whom Allah has given into your hands. Do not bother them with things that they cannot do, and if you bother them, help them. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: Treating slaves with kindness is a cause of unhappiness and behaving badly is a cause of unhappiness. Servants, since they are also human beings, they also have families, they have their own personal needs, so pay their wages and hard work on time, do not procrastinate, Prophet (PBUH) also said that' "Pay the wages of the laborer before his sweat dries. 

This means that the wages should be paid on completion of work or on time. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) made stern promises about the delay in the payment of wages. He said: There are three people who will be their enemies on the Day of Resurrection. Take the whole job from him and don't pay him.  At the same time, the amount of work should be determined, not to make it heavier and heavier by taking more work from the servant and laborer than its scope and strength. The Holy Prophet said that do not take such work from a slave, which is beyond their power and strength. Man is prone to make mistakes. As a human being, if he makes a mistake, he should be forgiven. ۔ 

The deeds of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) are a good example for us in this regard. That is why the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said. It is narrated from Ibn Umar that a man came to the service of the Messenger of Allah and said: O Messenger of Allah! To what extent should we forgive the mistakes of our servants? He asked twice: He remained silent, then when he asked for the third time, he said: Seventy times every day. If a servant makes a mistake, he can be warned for the mistake, but the style of warning should be such that it should be corrected and he should not be hurt. Our situation today is that when the servants make a mistake, the pardon and forgiveness are far away. That we should kill him, then.


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