Allah is all-knowing, all-seeing, and all-powerful, and He is able to answer the prayers of those who turn to Him with sincere hearts and pure intentions. Therefore, it is not for us to judge or speculate on whose prayer may or may not be accepted by Allah.
Islam teaches that Allah is merciful and compassionate, and that He responds to the needs and requests of His believers in ways that are best for them. Therefore, both the farmer and the brick maker may have their prayers answered in different ways, depending on what is best for them and for the broader community.
It is important to remember that we should not limit our understanding of Allah's will or power, and that we should trust in His wisdom and knowledge. In the Qur'an, Allah says:
"And your Lord says, 'Call upon Me; I will respond to you. Indeed, those who disdain My worship will enter Hell [rendered] contemptible." (Surah Ghafir, 40:60)
Therefore, it is important for Muslims to turn to Allah in prayer with sincerity and trust, and to have faith that He will respond to their needs in ways that are best for them.
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