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Narrated Umar ibn al-Khattab may Allah be pleased with him:
I sought permission of the Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) to perform umrah. He gave me permission and said: My younger brother, do not forget me in your supplication. He (Umar) said: He told me a word that pleased me so much so that I would not have been pleased if I were given the whole world. The narrator Shu'bah said: I then met Asim at Medina. He narrated to me this tradition and reported the wordings: "My younger brother, share me in your supplication."
Sunan Abi Dawud. Classed as weak by al-albani
The companions of the Prophet ( may Allah be pleased with them ) consulted him in all their affairs if they did not find a text from the Book of Allah or a clear Hadith on his tongue – may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him – so that he shows them the right thing to do. For example one may consult the Messenger of Allah concerning travelling or marriage so that he advises him.
They used to stick to this ettiquet, their motivation behind that is respecting him and announcing the love and appreciation of his opinion, waiting for his advice, rationalization and guidance concerning what benefits them in this worldly life and in the Hereafter.
Here is Umar ibn al-Khattab, may Allah be pleased with him, comes to him in the time of Umrah, he is the dearest of people to the Prophet, may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, after Abu Bakr may Allah be pleased with them, to seek his advise or to seek the blessings of his supplication as he used to do with his noble companions, .
The Prophet ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him ) used to supplicate for his companions, as Allah wills, then to say a brief statement which will be better for him than this world and what is in it.
The Messenger of Allah ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said to him, as he was on his way to 'Umrah: " My younger brother, share me in your supplication " This is a word of courtesy.
It is a farewell word accompanied by a good commandment in his religious as well as his living affairs.
It is taken from this hadeeth: The Prophet ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was merciful to them, he used to treat his companions with love, serenity and simplicity. He does not like to be distinguished from any of them, he does not show them what makes them fear him and avoid talking with him, he would never be separated from them. Rather, he would check their conditions of living, and spares no effort to fulfill their needs and help them to do what they like, which agrees with the Sharia and meets the customs approved by the wise people of purity and altruism.
Why does not each one of us ask his brother to supplicate for him?!
Please read this Hadith attentively, the Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) used to say: ‘The supplication of a man for his brother in his absence will be answered. By his head there is an angel who says Amin to his supplication, and every time he prays for his brother, he says: “Amin, and the same for you.’”