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The New Year

By Hadhrat Mawlānā Muhammad Saleem Dhorat hafizahullāh

Having just completed the year 2013, the 'New Year' is seen and heard all around us. However, the question remains as to what should be a Muslim's take on these events.

Upon the passing of a year, the common trend is to celebrate; people have birthday parties, wedding anniversaries etc. However, in certain spheres this is not the case; take the example of a businessman who at the end of the (financial) year will first take stock of the past year. He will meticulously go through the accounts of the past year taking into account every single penny. He will check to see if he made a profit, and if so then how can he make more in the coming year. He will check his expenses: where did he spend his money? Can he make further savings? All of this is done so that he can make the coming year more profitable than the one that has passed.

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People say: "Being wealthy is not something bad! I want to be like Sulaymān alayh as-salām and Mu‘āwiyah radiyallāhu ‘anhu." l say: “Yes, being wealthy is not bad if you are as pious as Sulaymān alayh as-salām and Mu‘āwiyah radiyallāhu ‘anhu.


Shaykh Mawlānā Muhammad Saleem Dhorat hafizahullāh


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