Pearl of Wisdom

'Hasan b. 'Ali (AS) passed by some beggars sitting on the ground, eating pieces of bread placed in front of them. They said to him, ?O son of the Prophet's daughter, come and join us for lunch.' [He narrated], 'So he sat down and said, 'Verily Allah does not like the arrogant.' He ate with them until they had all had enough though the amount of food remained the same by virtue of his blessings. Then he invited them to be his guests, and fed them and clothed them.'

al-Manaqib li Ibn Shahr Ashub
al-Manaqib li Ibn Shahr Ashub, v. 4, p. 23

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Question : #883 Category: Miscellaneous
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Question: al salam aleikom,

i am writing to ask how does one learn for the sake of Allah. i have heard this many times but i cannot understand how one does this. i understand that part of the reason is to gain a better understanding of God and His power to increase piety as well as to help other servants of Allah. however, i struggle to motivate myself for such reasons.
i find that allah has blessed me with many opportunities and capabilities but i want to exploit these opportunities to the fullest and understand that working for materialistic desires is not the way of islam.

Are there other reasons to study for the sake of Allah?

Thank you very much

Jazakallah khair
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