When Hadhrat Abubaker (RA), was walking to the market with cloth, he told Hadhrat Umar (RA), then how will I feed my family? Obviously that is not against Iman, so how does one reconcile his statement with the fact that our rizq is not dependent on anything except what Allah has already written for us?
Otherwise in “normal” circumstances, one should stop working (searching) after one has enough (for the day, month or year?) and spend time in the effort of the Deen.
Is it correct to explain it like free-will that we have a limited capacity, but in the end Allah knows how much effort we will put in searching for rizq so that is the amount already pre-determined? But then again, people get rizq without effort e.g by inheriting. So is it like: the sunnah of Allah for you to get it, is that you should search for it? But in rare cases, you can get it without effort? Miqdad (RA) got the gold coins without effort.
Personally, what I have found is that all my effort failed but the amaal helps. So are there 2 systems, one for the muslims and the other for the ghair?
I’m sorry but I’m just trying to wrap my head around this concept and I may ask more questions relating to the same. Dua ki darkhwast.