People are desperate until they receive rain, and soon glad tidings and hope replace their despair, as rain comes with answered invocations. Prophet Muhammad has taught us to “Call upon Allah while being certain of being answered. "

Invoke Allah Almighty and put your trust in Him, And

Allâh has full power and control over His Affairs, The all Hearer, He's indeed near (to you by His Knowledge). responds to the invocations of the supplicant when he calls on Him (without any mediator or intercessor).

Another materialistic beauty feature in the eye of prophet Muhammed 


 is lawful/ good food, good drink, and good clothes.

The Companions thought that the man who loves to dress well and his footwear to be good, is far from the approach of religion, and subject to the wrath of God, Lord of the worlds. So the Messenger of Allah


 said, "Allah loves to see the sign of His Bounties on his slave."


It was also narrated from Abu Al-Ahwas that his father said:

"I was sitting with the Messenger of Allah [SAW] and he saw that I was dressed in scruffy clothes. He said: 'Do you have any wealth?' I said: 'Yes, O Messenger of Allah, all kinds of wealth.' He said: 'If Allah gives you wealth then let its effect be seen on you.'"

And when he


saw Jabir ibn Abdullah’s boy wears shabby clothes, he told Jabir if he had another good garment, he should wear it.

Also it was narrated in Muwatta Malik:

Yahya related to me from Malik from Zayd ibn Aslam that Ata ibn Yasar told him that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, was in the mosque when a man came in with dishevelled hair and beard. The Messenger of Allah. may Allah bless him and grant him peace, motioned with his hand that he should return back to groom(look after) his hair and beard. The man did so and then returned. The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, "Isn't this better than that one of you comes with his head dishevelled, as if he were a shaytan?"

Thus, a dishevelled head is not a good shape as some youth might think.

Ibn 'Abdul-Barr said: The Arabs used to liken what they despised to Satan, even if they did not see it, as God inflicted in their hearts hatred of his countenance.

Allah (the Exalted is He) said:

{ Its emerging fruit as if it was heads of the devils.}


Ibn 'Abdul-Barr cited an incompletely transmitted Hadith, that Jabir told him that the Messenger of Allah was in his house when he 


saw a disshevelled man, Prophet Muhammad asked:

Couldn’t’ this man groom his hair?!, and saw another in dirty clothes so that he asked: couldn’t he wash his clothes?!

And The Prophet


 said: He who has hair should honour it.

Narrated AbuHurayrah

the people of the Hijaz frequently narrated such meaning; prophet Muhammad’s eyes acknowledge beauty and deny ugliness, The beauty of life according to him is in both content and appearance with no extravagance or arrogance.

So, good for those who have found a comb or such to groom their hair, and those who have washed and cleansed their garments.

It was narrated from Ibn `Umar that the Messenger of Allah


saw `Umar wearing a white shirt and he said:

“Is this garment of yours washed or a new one?” He said: “Rather it has been washed.” He said: “Ilbas jadida, wa `ish hamida, wa mut shahida (May you wear new clothes, live a good life and die as a martyr).”

Allah's Messenger


 was presented a garment of silk and he previously prohibited the use of silk. His companions admired it, he didn’t blame or forbid them for admiring it, yet he said: By Him in Whose Hand is the life of Muhammad, the kerchiefs of Sa'd b. Mu'adh in Paradise are better than this.