“Certainly no animal will die until the end of the sustenance allotted to it; Although it is too late to get it. So fear Allah and be moderate in your pursuit of sustenance. Accept what is lawful and reject what is unlawful. ”
- The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).
[Ibn Majah: 2144 (Sahih)]
Therefore, one should not think too much about sustenance, one should not despair. We will get the sustenance allotted to us - whether it is in any way or not. However, you have to be patient for that time.
Allah says (interpretation of the meaning): “And for him who fears Allah, He gives him a way out (of the problem) and provides for him from where he never imagined. And whosoever puts his trust in Allah, He will suffice him. GOD is the finalist. Surely Allah has set a measure for every work. [Surah Tablaq: 2-3]
God does not deprive anyone of life as long as there is sustenance. People complain more about sustenance for living comfortably or for luxury and transgressing the limits by disobeying Allah. So, O children of Adam! You are patient about sustenance. I will not be able to take a single penny of what I earn in the world. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, "The one who is truly successful is the one who has embraced Islam, and has been given enough sustenance to live (neither lack nor luxury) and has been satisfied with what Allah has given him." [Muslim: 2483, Tirmidhi: 2348, Ahmad: 6572]
Therefore, do not forget Allah in the distress of sustenance. If you fall into want, then return to Allah. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, “Whoever falls into want, then hands it over to man (depends on man to remove the need), his lack is not redeemed. On the other hand, if he falls into poverty and relies on Allah for its remedy, Allah will soon provide him with sustenance. [Tirmidhi: 2698, Musnad Ahmad: 4217]