The Son of Adam says, My wealth, my wealth. But do you get anything (of benefit) from your wealth except for that which you ate and you finished it, or that which you clothed yourself with and you wore it out, or that which you gave as charity and you have spent it. Muslim, At-Tirmidhi and An-Nasa’i also recorded this Hadith.
Muslim recorded in his Sahih from Abu Hurayrah that the Messenger of Allah said:
The servant says My wealth, my wealth. Yet he only gets three (benefits) from his wealth: that which he eats and finishes, that which he eats and finishes, that which he wears until it is worn out, or that which he gives in charity and it is spent. Everything else other than that will go away and leave him for the people.
Muslim was alone in recording this Hadith.
Al-Bukhari recorded from Anas bin Malik that the Messenger of Allah said:
Three things follow the deceased person, and two of them return while one remains behind with him. The things which follow him are his family, his wealth and his deeds. His family and his wealth return while his deeds remain. This Hadith has also been recorded by Muslim, At-Tirmidhi and An-Nasa’i.
These Hadith all are in reference to Sura 102.
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