Let me share this subject matter with my fellow muslims ...and please be reminded of the last commentatry made by the great 'aim Yusuf al-Qaradawi.I have a copy of his book and it is worth every penny/sen.Allah has reminded us about the important time in surah Al- 'Asr and to my peers(as we don't have much time left),let us focus of doing more good deeds.insyaAllah.
One of the daily obligations which it is not permissible for a Muslim to either forget or neglect, is his obligation of service towards the society, assisting its individual members to accomplish their needs, and facilitating their affairs.
The Two Sheikhs have reported from Abu Musa, from the Prophet (Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon him) who said: "'Upon every Muslim there is (an obligation of) charity." The Companions said, "O Messenger of Allah! What then happens if he does not have the means?" He said, "He should do some (manual) work, so that he benefits himself and gives out (his surplus in) charity." They said, "What if he cannot work?" He said, "He should assist someone in dire need." They said, "And if he cannot?" He said, "Then let him command what is good." They said, "And if he cannot?" He said, "Then let him avoid evil, that indeed is charity."
This charity, or social levy, is an obligation each day upon every Muslim. Furthermore, it has been most reliably transmitted that this charitable duty is incumbent upon every single limb or organ of a Muslim each day. With such an injunction a Muslim turns out to be a spring from which flows goodness, welfare and peace to whoever and whatever is around him.
"Time In The Life of a Muslim" - Yusuf Al-Qaradawi, p. 44
Note on photo: Taken at Masjid As-syakirin,KLCC.