Who doesn’t love money and wealth? Is it wrong to want to be wealthy? What is the Islamic take on this? Shaykh Yaser Birjas explains int his khutbah on the appropriate relationship we should have with money and wealth.
Allah (swt) described Muhammad (pbuh) saying [We have not sent you except as a mercy to the worlds] (21:107). Islam by its beliefs (‘Aqidah), legislature (Shari’ah), and rituals (Ibadah) aims at perfecting the morals, enhancing the character, and upgrading the behavior with self and others on both the individual and social levels. There is an inseparable relationship between creed and moral system so our dealings with people is a reflection to our hidden beliefs. Allah set forth rules and regulations (Shari’ah) to guarantee the healthy living environment for everyone. Islamic civilization is a clear witness on that.
Shaykh Yaser Birjas discusses how social comparisons and discontentment are the leading causes of depression.
How does conflict start between couples, parents and their children and how can we avoid it? The vicious cycle of conflict. What a a husband and wife need the most from their marriage? Working towards conflict free home. Managing our differences. Come and join us for a thought provoking presentation on marriage and family dynamics in a Muslim’s home.
Peace and blessings be upon him.
Peace and blessings be upon him
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Note: Yaser Birjas begins at 37:25 minute mark of the video.
Courtesy of MuslimMatters.org
Khutbah by Sh. Yasir Birjas on May 16, 2008 at IIOC in Anaheim, California titled: “The Best Plan for Our Life”.