Channel: Faith IQ
Answered by Shaykh Yahya Ibrahim
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Can I make the intention to fast a voluntary day of fasting after the sun has risen?
Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah. There's two opinions amongst Allah in this it was a regular habit of the prophet SAW Selim to wake up and ask if there's any food. And then when they would say no, we don't have food prepared, he would say it's okay, I'm fasting anyway. sobre la hora, he was, he was that kind of person. Generally speaking as a part of your fasting Nia is something that should be done, it should be done before 5g arrives. And there should be this, you know, process in your mind that I'm going to be fasting. However many are automatic. They say for voluntary fasting, it's something that you can wake up in the morning, and that you see that? Oh,
you know, Subhanallah I forgot today is Monday. Now, it shouldn't mean that I'm going to miss out on a whole day of fasting that I regularly do as an act of worship, just because I didn't come to that thought that it was Monday and I'm going to fast tomorrow, regularly. So if it's a regular act of devotion that you normally do Mondays and Thursdays are 1314 15th of every month, then there's no problem with that in sha Allah. The second condition that some of the amount they speak about is if you're inspired. So just say you woke up and your husband said Oh, I forgot to tell you I'm fasting today. You will you say well, I wish I was fasting with you. I'm going to continue fasting, you
haven't eaten anything. It's a little bit before fudge, and then you continue your fast. Those should be acceptable in sha Allah. Allahu Tada. Thank you for watching. Please subscribe to the channel and like the videos so that you can get notified of the new releases and consider donating to this worthy cause.