پانی کو درپیش مسائل اور تعلیمات نبویﷺمیں ان کا حل
The problems faced by Water and their solutions in the Teachings of the Prophet ﷺ
Keywords:Welfare Organization, Drought-Stricken areas, Planet, Usefulness, Water, Problems faced
Water is the precious blessing of Allah Almighty which exists everywhere in the world. For this reason, the availability of water everywhere is neglecting its usefulness and it is being wasted irrationally. Water is the priceless gift of God, without which life on the planet is impossible, and no matter how grateful we are for this blessing, it is impossible to deny the importance of clean water in our daily life, but we need not only clean water. are going towards deprivation day by day, but the water reserves are also decreasing rapidly, along with which water pollution has become a global problem.
In view of the shortage of water, the country of Pakistan demands appropriate measures for the treatment of water, that this precious wealth (water) should be used carefully so that future generations do not face difficulties. Because this water is the smile for The value of life can be seen in those people in whose lives clean water remains a smiling dream. There are also areas in Pakistan that have to travel miles to drink clean water. The connection of people's smiles with water can only be explained by the welfare organizations who provided water resources there, how these tired water travelers got a smiling life.
By reading this article about the problems faced by water and their solution in the teachings of the Prophet, peace be upon him, I was reminded of the drought-stricken areas of Pakistan, in which, in association with a welfare organization, we saw the flowers that tried to smile without water, but watered them. Because of absence those flowers are withered from the faces, the seeds of spring of hope are sown in the heart. From where their animals (dogs and donkeys) drink water, humans drink from there and half a day passes by reaching the water. One has to travel a long way, those who travel every day in the name of water, for a long time, those people die of hunger, thirst, lack of alms and famine.