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Benefits loving & assisting Orphans? 

 Nabi Muhammad () was an Orphan 

The greatest of all Time, the most Beloved to Allah Nabi Muhammed () was an orphan. His father died before he was born and his mother died when he was only six years old. Arabia at the time was a very tribal society. Orphans were the lowest class in society because they lacked protection. However, the best to thread the surface of the earth Nabi () revived the importance of taking care and Naturing Orphans. 

عَنْ سَهْلٍ، قَالَ رَسُولُ اللَّهِ صلى الله عليه وسلم ‏“‏ أَنَا وَكَافِلُ الْيَتِيمِ فِي الْجَنَّةِ هَكَذَا ‏”‏‏.‏ وَأَشَارَ بِالسَّبَّابَةِ وَالْوُسْطَى، وَفَرَّجَ بَيْنَهُمَا شَيْئًا‏. 

Narrated by Sahl: 

Allah’s Messenger () said, “I and the one who looks after an orphan will be like this in Paradise,” showing his middle and index fingers and separating them. 

(Sahih al-Bukhari 5304)  

Taking care of orphans comes with numerous benefits, both from a humanitarian and spiritual perspective. Here are some of the key benefits: 

Spiritual Growth and Rewards: 

Providing for orphans is believed to bring immense spiritual rewards and blessings, as it reflects kindness and compassion, traits highly valued in various faiths. 

الرضا والسكينة
يُحدث الإحسان إلى اليتيم شعورًا بالرضا والسكينة في قلب الفرد، حيث يعلم أنه قد قدم يد العون لشخص في حاجة. 

Satisfaction and Tranquillity   

Showing kindness to the orphan generates a feeling of satisfaction and tranquillity in the individual’s heart, knowing that they have extended a helping hand to someone in need. 

Community Building: 

Caring for orphans fosters a sense of community responsibility and solidarity, creating a compassionate and supportive community. 

  الأجر الديني  

   – يعتبر الإحسان إلى اليتيم في العديد من الديانات وسيلة لتحقيق الأجر الديني، حيث يُعد الرعاية عن اليتيم فعلًا محبوبًا لدى الله. 


Kindness to orphans is considered a means of achieving religious rewards in many faiths, where caring for orphans is seen as a beloved act to Allah. 

Building a Stronger Society: 

Investing in the well-being of orphans contributes to the overall development of society by nurturing individuals who can positively contribute to their communities. 

Alleviating Poverty: 

Supporting orphans often involves providing financial assistance, which helps alleviate poverty and improve the living conditions of vulnerable children. 

تعزيز الرحمة والإنسانية 

  يسهم الإحسان في تعزيز قيم الرحمة والإنسانية في المجتمع، ويظهر التراحم والرعاية تجاه الفئات الضعيفة. 

Promoting Mercy and Humanity: 

Acts of kindness contribute to promoting values of mercy and humanity in society, demonstrating compassion and care for vulnerable groups. 

Educational Advancement: 

Investing in the education of orphans helps break the cycle of poverty, empowering them to pursue better opportunities and contribute meaningfully to society. 

Emotional and Psychological Well-being: 

Providing emotional and psychological support to orphans helps them overcome trauma and build a strong foundation for a healthy and balanced life. 

تحسين العلاقات الاجتماعية 

  يعزز الإحسان إلى اليتيم الروابط الاجتماعية، حيث يشعر الفرد بالتواصل والتفاعل مع المجتمع بشكل أفضل 

Positive Impact on Society: 

Acts of kindness contribute to creating a more tolerant and caring society, benefiting the community as a whole. 

Promoting Social Justice: 

Caring for orphans is a form of social justice, ensuring that vulnerable individuals receive the support and resources they need to thrive. 

Exemplifying Compassion: 

Serving as a role model for compassion and empathy teaches others, including family members and the broader community, the importance of caring for those in need. 

تقديم مثال إيجابي 

   – يُعتبر القيام بأعمال الإحسان إلى اليتيم مثالًا إيجابيًا يُلهم الآخرين للمشاركة في الأعمال الخيرية. 

Encouragement of Creativity: 

Kindness towards orphans may encourage creativity amongst others, as individuals feel supported and cared for. 

Strengthening Family Bonds: 

Adopting or providing care for orphans can strengthen family bonds and create a sense of belonging for the child. 

Contributing to Global Well-being: 

Addressing the needs of orphans contributes to the global effort to promote the well-being and rights of children. 

Long-term Impact: 

Investing in the well-being and education of orphans can have a positive and lasting impact on their lives, breaking the cycle of poverty for future generations. 

Caring for orphans is not only a noble act but also one that has far-reaching positive consequences for individuals, families, and societies at large. 


“Every child has a right to know that they are a source of joy and wonder. They deserve to feel safe and loved.”  

“There are no unwanted children. Just unfound families.”  

“Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive.” – 

“It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.”  

“Orphans are easier to ignore before you know their names. They are easier to ignore before you see their faces. It is easier to pretend they’re not real before you hold them in your arms. But once you do, everything changes.”  


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