Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P03 036C Tafsir Al-Baqarah 268

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the meaning of "verbal" and "verbal behavior" in relation to money, including the high bills of $800,000, $700,000, and $800 a month. They touch on the high bills of $700,000, $800 a month, and the use of shaming and fraud in people's behavior. The speakers emphasize the importance of rewarding individuals for their spending habits and avoiding dressing oneself and wasting money. They also emphasize the benefits of spending money in a healthy way to avoid becoming overwhelmed and waste one's time.
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Then Allah says a Shaytaan, The Shavon, Uri LUCAM, he threatens you URI do is from the root letters. Well, I mean that. And from these root letters, you get the word word, or whatever, which means a promise. And you also get the word worried, which means a threat.

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Over here yeri do is from worried.

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So the shaitan, he threatens you with alpha, Accra, the poverty, what is fucka Farkle is worse than mascara, mascara poverty, but fuckery is even worse. When a person has miskeen. He is needy, in the sense that he doesn't have enough. But when a person is fucky, it means that he has nothing he has zero, nothing at all. He's empty handed. Because fucker is also used for an empty land meaning land on which there is nothing, no vegetation, no building, no people, nothing at all. So likewise, a field is someone whose bank account is zero, his wallet is at zero, he doesn't have anything at all, he doesn't even have a wallet.

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So Stefan, he threatens you with Fuck, he threatens you, he makes you afraid that if you give him the way of Allah, you will have nothing left. Does that happen? Does that happen? It happens a lot.

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We have six or seven pairs of nice dressy clothes, formal clothes, formal wear, and somebody needs such clothes. We have to give only one. But we think then what would I wear?

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You have six more, you have five more, you have done more. You have money sitting in your bank account from which you can go and buy more clothes anytime. But you have on makes you worried. But what will I wear? What will I have? You know what? I won't give this. And you know what, I wouldn't give anything at all. Actually, I'll just give some change that sitting on my desk. I'll just give that

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a shot on here in the common fuck. You have a grocery cart full of food full of food to the top. And there is that food bank box at the door of the grocery store, where you could put at least one object one kind of juice, maybe one box of cereal, maybe. But you have long makes you word. But what will you have for breakfast? If you give the cereal away? What will you have for snack? What will you have then, as if that's the only food that you own, you have much more than that chip on makes you think that you are for whereas in reality, you are rich, a shape and we are the common factor. You have so much money sitting in your wallet. But you think oh but I need this money for my lunch.

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I need this money for this and that you are so wealthy, but still Shavon makes you think that you are poor. And as a result of that you refrain from spending.

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You know, sometimes I'm amazed at how every other person has a phone.

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And it's not an ordinary phone. It's an expensive phone.

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And these phones are not cheap. You're talking about with the plan at least three $400 Without a plan at least $700 after taxes $800 and then your monthly bills at least 50 To 60 to $80 $200. I mean, you're pretty rich have you on that phone? Honestly, but what do we think? I don't have enough money. I don't think I can afford to give money here. I don't think I can afford to sponsor an orphan $1 a day. I don't think I can afford to do this or do that. You have plenty of money. But Shavon makes you think that you are poor. And as a result of that you don't give anything in the way of Allah.

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Allah is telling us very clearly a shaytaan we are in the human factor and at the same time welcome any orders your bill fascia with indecency fascia, what is fascia? For hashing? It is an evil act, which is accepted as evil. Meaning everybody knows it's bad. It's evil for example, murder. For example, Zina. This is what Photoshop, it's disgusting. Nobody wants to accept it. This is what fracture is. So when miracle man for sure. He orders you with Varsha, what is fresh out referring to over here. It's referring to stinginess.

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The Arabs they used to call a stingy person fat hush is stingy a miser was called fat hush by the Arabs, because you have to be really, really bad to be a stingy person.

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That there's someone in need your family or a poor person, a hungry person, and you're so evil you're

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so bad that you won't even give a little bit to them. You want even spend a little bit to fulfill their needs, you got to be really evil to be like that. So, the Arabs they used to call a stingy person fetish. So shaitan he orders you with stinginess, he orders you to be stingy. Fascia is also understood as sinful ways, wrong ways, because for sure is sins. So he orders you to spend in sinful ways. And this is all true. For example, going to an Islamic event buying a ticket for $10 like, Oh my God, these people, they're always making money off of these tickets. You know, they have so much money, but still their charges, Islamic knowledge should be given for free. And this is not fair.

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There's a whole list of complaints that people have. But if you have to pay $20 to go to the movies $25. And you buy popcorn for how much money? It's expensive. They're right. Or a drink.

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That ilaha illa 10 $12. Seriously.

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And you're sitting there and you think, yeah, you're supposed to eat popcorn when you're watching movies, right? When you're sitting at the theater. So So what $12 So what $15

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and there by the time you leave you spend what 5060 $80 We enjoyed the movie at least. What did you watch? What did you see? Somebody's Allah, some indecent things. What did you hear some music?

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What did you witness at the movies? What did you witness something that reminded you of your grave something that reminded you of the Day of Judgment, something that reminded you to be good to others?

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Were Mortal Kombat fascia spending on these things? Not a problem. Our hard earned money will go like this. And we think oh, no problem. We're just having fun. But at the same time spending $10 To buy a book. Spending $1.99 to buy an Islamic app is like oh my god, these people look at them. They're using the dean to make money. We think religion should be for free.

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So welcome Ben fascia. He orders you would first up. It's amazing how he corrupts our thinking that where we should spend, we don't spend and where we should not spend, he convinces us to spend they're Welcome, Bill fascia. Fascia is also understood as a slough, spending extravagantly beyond need, where we don't have to spend, but he makes a spend there.

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It's cool. Why not? It looks so nice. Why not? I have six pairs of shoes sitting at home. But this one looks so nice. Why not? This style. I don't have this color. I don't have this fabric. I don't have this material. I don't have this brand. I don't have so there's no harm if I have an extra one. There is no harm if I have another one. But she lon he doesn't notice think oh, this month this week. I didn't give charity at all. I didn't even put $1 I didn't even give $1 in charity. He doesn't let us think we're Mortal Combat fascia. Every time we have some money, he orders us to spend that in extravagance spend that in useless things were Mortal Kombat fracture.

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Wala who you're either come and Allah, what does he promise you? He promises you might feel rotten forgiveness may know from him. Allah promises you forgiveness from him, that if you spend in his way, what do you get from Allah forgiveness? Because when a person spends in the way of Allah, then

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he is performing a good deed and good deeds. What do they do? They erase bad deeds. When a person spends in the way of Allah, then Allah will forgive him. Well, Allah we are either komak Farah, what is the church was that if we have ever done something wrong, and we're feeling horrible about it,

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then we should go and give sadaqa immediately. We should go and give sadaqa because sadaqa brings Allah's forgiveness. Well, Allahu Yari the Kumar filata. Minh who, and not just mafara, but Allah also promises us we're forgiven. What is father

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bounty grace, favor? Allah promises us favor in return, when we give sadaqa what does this fuggle refer to? This model is of dunya and of Accra, it is a dunya and akhira favors upon us if we spend in Allah's way, favors in this world in this life and many favors in the hereafter as well. What are some of the favors that Allah bestows on a person in this world? When he spends

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contentment satisfaction how

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Happiness, law hopeful or lay him, whatever whomever has an own, what are their favorites? Does a person experience in this world

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that the wealth that he has it increases? It grows?

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Hadith tells us that South Africa does not reduce wealth. So if it does not reduce wealth, what does it do? It increases wealth.

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What other benefits are there? In this life of giving charity?

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calamities are averted, difficulties are averted. Our matters become easy. Allah's help comes the angels they pray for a person a person has Baraka in his life, Allah helps him there are many benefits. And it's also a means of cooling Allah's Anger in the Hereafter, what's the fuddle of Allah upon a servant who spends?

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What fuddle will he receive in the hereafter? What benefits are there on the Day of Judgment?

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Okay, that a person has averted from the hellfire, his sadaqa will shield him from the fire of *. Likewise, on the Day of Judgment, when all people are gathered, and there is no shade, except for the shade of Allah, than some people will be given that shade of them is who the one who spends in the way of Allah in such a manner that his left hand doesn't know what his right hand gave. Meaning even the most closest people do not know how much he has given what He has given. He spent so secretly

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so fondly in the Hereafter. And ultimately in the hereafter that we learned earlier reward is multiplied 700 times. So Allah we are in the Mahabharata, Minho, Wolf, Hoglund.

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And fadlan is also extra gift, extra, that you don't just get reward for your sadaqa but Allah will also forgive you. That's an added benefit of giving charity will Allah who is here and early and Allah is worse here. Last all of his attributes are vast, all encompassing. And he is early, he is knowing Allah's treasures are endless, you give Allah will give you more. You give Allah will reward you abundantly. You help others, Allah will help you. And he's early him he knows, but what you are spending in what situation you are in how difficult it may be for you to spend.

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Allah knows, and he will definitely reward you accordingly. Now in the Saya, we see that there are two distinct spending habits, meaning people have spending habits, right. Some people, they don't spend much other people, they're just throwing their money everywhere. Sometimes literally, they don't even know that they've dropped their money. And they're too rich to pick up that change. So people have different spending habits. Now in the CYA, we see that one kind is that a person spends feasability shape on in the way of shaitan. in obedience to shape on in the way that shape on likes. In the way the chip on suggests to him.

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And the other kind of spending is V Sebelius Allah, in obedience to Allah in the way of Allah that a person spends in order to attain the pleasure of Allah, His approval, his reward. Now when a person spends in obedience to Allah, what does that mean? That he is spending to gain the pleasure of Allah?

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Even if he is fulfilling his own needs or the needs of his family, or those people whom he is responsible for? He spending in the way of Allah for the deen of Allah? What does he want? Through that spending? He wants Allah's pleasure, his approval, that's his ultimate goal. So even when he's buying groceries, even when he's paying for the medication, or his family, or his kids, his needs, yeah, Allah you put me in this position, you've sent this test my way. So I'm spending I'm doing my job but I want reward from you. That's his intention.

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Examples of this, for instance, a person spends on what? Under Deen on the poor, the needy, the relatives for a purpose. The second type of spending is feasability shaytaan, in the way of shaitan, in obedience to ShaVonne that when a person spends in that manner in those ways, then who becomes happy Shavonne becomes happy with them. And that means Allah is not happy with that person when he spent in that manner. What is included in this spending extravagantly

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a dress that is to be worn for five hours, maybe four hours, maybe

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it costs

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About $10,000 $5,000

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Hardly $3,000 worn by who? Our very own brides.

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And that outfit is worn how many times in her life once it's too much to be worn ever again.

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But if you have a wedding dress, even if you want to wear it at your sister's wedding, you feel kind of awkward. That who's the bride Me or her? People will be confused. And people think, Oh, you only get married once, hopefully. So this is your one day, okay? And you have the right to spend, come on, we'll buy it for you. And they even have those TV shows these days, right? where everybody's getting so emotional and crying. And those tears are coming. And addresses for how much $10,000. But the bride likes the dress, which is for $12,000 or $15,000 of the family say, You know what, it's your day, we'll get it for you.

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And we forget about so many other people who need that money. Honestly, how many times are you going to wear that dress how many times you're only going to wear it once.

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And then once you have it, it is expected that you have to keep it for the rest of your life. You cannot give it to any other person. Why? Because otherwise your mother will get offended or your mother in law will get offended, or whoever's gonna get offended, you have to keep it for the rest of your life. It's sitting in a box in the basement, in a suitcase, every now and then you open it and you show it to others and colors.

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It's taking so much space consuming so much of your time. Every time you look at it, you're reminded of some nice memories, which you could even be reminded by through some pictures that you may have on your phone. Right. But you have to keep that dress, you have to waste that time you have to waste that money, who said Who said you have to do it, you don't have to do it.

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And if you have made this mistake, then you have your wedding dress sitting in your house, then please take it back home. And there are many people who are getting married and they cannot afford to buy a dress. So please give it to them. So that they are saved from extravagance.

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Please give it to others so that they can use it for a couple of hours. And then it can be passed on to somebody else who can use it for a couple of hours. But even otherwise, you can get married while wearing something that's nice, but not extremely expensive.

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And simplicity. Simplicity is something that is very beneficial. It's very, very beneficial. It will save you a lot of time, it will protect you. It will save you from a lot of stress that people go through when buying their wedding dress. They're shopping around one store, other store, one city, other city, one catalog, another catalog, one website, another website, one tailor and other tailor. One designer and other designer, so much time goes into this people stress out so much. And they have to try it on Oh, it doesn't, you know fit from here and this is not right. And that is not right. And then people are crying and getting overworked over it. I mean, it's not worth your time

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and energy. Simplicity will protect you from a lot of problems, a lot of stress, and you will get married very happily, very happily. With that will come the help of Allah subhanaw taala his Baraka as well, which will help you in your marriage. Many times it happens in when people are planning their wedding, they have a budget, that we have to get married within $50,000 within $40,000.30 $1,000 within 2010 Whatever a person's budget is. And then constantly there are arguments between the man and the woman between her side of the family and his side of the family. That no we want the wedding to be here. And no we want this color. And no we want matching this and one

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matching that the Decker should be like this and the dress should be like this and the list is endless. So many arguments.

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Obviously shaitaan wants us to argue. Obviously Shere Khan wants us to stress out. Obviously shaitan wants that when that couple comes together they should begin their new life with stress and not happiness.

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That there should be awkwardness and tension between the family members to that people are distracted for more important things in their lives. So when a person spends extravagantly, he is spending in the cause of Shavon. To Be careful, be very careful. How much are we spending? What are we spending on and also remember, is throw off to become a little bit more clear here is Love does not mean buying something expensive because something could be very expensive but also very bad.

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inefficient, if you can afford it, and at the same time, you're also spending on the poor and the needy, you're fulfilling your obligations towards others, then it is permissible for you to use expensive things as well. There is no harm in that, especially when it helps you. For example, if you have a computer that costs $3,500, you could get a computer for $300 even. But is there a difference? There's a huge difference. You need that expensive computer because it works faster, it has certain software programs, whatever, the memory, the speed, whatever is very good. So it works really well for you. You have that money, okay, Alhamdulillah, buy it, but have the good intention

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that you're not showing off with it, you're not just buying it, because everybody has it, you're buying it for a reason. And at the same time, you're also spending on the needy

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on others. So this is something that we should be clear about. Now, spending in obedience to shutdown also includes wasting money, wasting wealth.

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How do people waste wealth?

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Rather, how do we waste wealth?

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Spending on useless things, for example,

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okay, going to the movies, what else? Okay, extra clothes that you don't really need.

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Updating your wardrobe, or your kitchen or your whatever, all the time,

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that when we're at the grocery store, and we buy whatever we feel like, whatever, it looks good. And then we come and stuck it up in the refrigerator in the freezer, and it just sits there until the garbage day comes and we throw everything out. This is what wasting wealth.

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So for example, birthday parties, or anniversaries or whatever, what do people do they have a particular theme. So for example, for a baby shower, since the baby is going to be a girl to everything has to be pink, and everything has to be blue, and everything has to be this and everything has to be there. I mean, so much money is spent into those things, wasting wealth. What are you going to do with all that Decker afterwards, you know, a little bit, okay. You have some balloons, nice children can play with it. But such Decker which is a sitting there, and afterwards, you take it off and you throw it in the garbage, you've literally thrown money in the trash,

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literally just in a different form.

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Likewise, spending in obedience to Chef on includes spending on mere desires on the fulfillment of desires that you feel like having a cook.

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And you're like, Yeah, I have money I can buy. But just because you feel like it. You're not hungry, you just ate an hour ago, you drank so much an hour ago, you had a drink an hour ago. But you want to have another one just because you saw somebody drinking it. You see somebody having a chocolate bar, so you're tempted as well, you had chocolate just this morning and you still want to have more you feel like it, you will buy it, you eat it, you eat half of it, you throw the rest of it. You're passing by Tim Hortons, you're like yeah, of course I have to buy a tea. I have to buy a coffee. And you take two sips and leave the rest of it.

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And since Oh, it looks so awkward. I'm only buying a coffee, let me buy a cookie as well. Let me buy some donuts as well.

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So this is what spending on mere desires. It doesn't mean that you're not allowed to eat chocolate, you're not allowed to drink soda, you're not allowed to have cookies, of course, you need it, you want to go ahead, but don't go on spending all the time. Don't go on fulfilling your desires constantly control yourself a little bit as well.

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Allah subhanaw taala assassins who have been in Israel and 27 that Indian mobile Dena can we want to share our theme? What kind of shape on Alibaba fura. Indeed the wasteful our brothers of the devil, and ever has Champon been to his Lord, ungrateful. So those people who waste their money, their brothers of chiffon.

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So we have to save ourselves from the extremes of spending that we don't waste money. And at the same time, we don't even become too stingy, be balanced, be moderate. And how can you be moderate? When you check? Do I need this? Can I do without it? Do I absolutely need it? Okay, if I need it, if it's going to make my life useful. If it's going to be beneficial for me, then you get it. But if you think that I can do without it, it's not going to make me any more productive. It's not going to make me any more fast at my work, then there's no need to buy it. No need to spend your money over there. And the thing is that when we spend on our desires only, and when we spend extravagantly then

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yes, we have nothing left to spend in the way of Allah.

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We have nothing left to spend in the way of Allah then. For example, your allowance is $50 a month. You're in high school, for example. Yeah, $50 a month as your allowance. And every day you could take lunch from home but you say no, I want to eat at Tim Hortons with my friends. I want to eat at this restaurant with my friends if we did, so for everyday you spent 555 $5

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You could

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Save money and take a sandwich from home, couldn't you? You could, but you're fulfilling your desire by eating out every day. As a result, those $50 are gone. And you didn't even give $1 in South Africa. And you say, Oh, I don't work. I only get $50 a month.

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You understand, this is what happens when we waste money. When we spend only on fulfillment of desires and we don't have enough to spend in the way of Allah. There is no Baraka in our Money, Money comes and goes and you wonder what happened.

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When a person spends in the way of Allah consciously, then they will be Baraka in his wealth as well. But when a person is just fulfilling his desires, no Baraka no blessing whatsoever

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you know, there are people who make very little money, but still, it's sufficient for them. And at the same time, there are people who make double triple the amount, but they say, You know what, I think I have to increase my hours at work I need more money.

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The problem is with spending habits, so analyze your spending habit in this month, how much money have I spent feasibly the law and how much money I spent feasibly to show up on whenever you

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one long way I don't know.

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What long was, you know, naughty?

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Somebody asked a question that what should we do with the things in our closet that we want to get rid off? What should we do with them?

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First of all,

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whenever you want to get rid of something, ask yourself why am I getting rid of it? What's the reason? I gave you the example of the whisk? Okay? Many times it happens that just because we have seen a new nicer item in the store, we want to buy that.

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But then we can't have to because we are out of space. So we have to get rid of one. So tell yourself first, that just because there's a newer, nicer one, it doesn't mean that I have to get it. If the one that I have right now works perfectly fine. It fulfills my need. I don't need to buy a new one.

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Do you see what I mean? So you will need to get rid of what you have. And if it doesn't work properly, then nobody can use it. So where should it go in the recycling? Okay. But then there are some things which are not useful for you anymore, but at the same time, they're not in perfect condition.

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Let's say you bought a dress, and it got burnt from the side. You were ironing it you didn't realize, and it got slightly burned from the side. So before you give it away, what should you do? Try to have it fixed or give it to someone who could have it fixed.

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Don't give it to someone who will wonder, okay, this dress is useless, we're going to have to throw it believe me. Many times it happens that when clothing donation is being accepted, majority of it goes in the trash.

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Majority of it goes in the trash.

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It doesn't go to the needy why? Because it doesn't meet the requirements.

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So, when you give something, make sure that it is in such a condition that it can be used by another so either fix it or give it to someone who can fix it.

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Alright, so this is something that we can do. Another question is that if you have debts, should you still give or should you pay off the debt first?

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A person who has debts to pay off his main number one priority should be to pay off the debt before she goes on buying makeup before she goes on buying one bag after another and more clothes. Her main priority should be to pay off the debt. It doesn't mean that she doesn't spend on her basic needs. Yes, she spends on her needs, but the main priority should be paying off debts.

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All right. And then a person should be concerned about other things. But it

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If it's such a debt that it's going to take years to pay off.

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So for example, if a person has, you know, a particular plan that every month, they give, let's say, $1,000, to pay off that debt or $1,500, to pay off that debt. And that is the plan that they've made in order to pay off the debt within a certain period of time. And they have leftover wealth as well. So that leftover wealth, whatever they have from it, they should spend.

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But also remember that when you have a plan of paying off your debt within five years, within 10 years, you could pay off more every month so that it takes less time to pay off your debt.

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I know of people who have their houses paid off how working like crazy six days a week, morning night, working constantly. Why? Because as soon as I realized this was a haram loan, this was not correct. They wanted to get out of it as quickly as possible.

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They didn't spend extra they didn't spend here their every penny would go into paying off the debt. And our handler, they were out of that debt within a few years. Then people are shocked, amazed at how could you afford a house so quickly? How could you pay it off so quickly?

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We live in houses that we don't own. We drive cars that we don't own, and we think we are millionaires. But when it comes to giving sadaqa we say oh, we have debts to pay off. So shaitan also prevents us from spending in good ways. Through this

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