Imam al-Sadiq (AS) said, 'Generosity is one of the noble traits possessed by prophets. It is the pillar of belief, such that only a true believer will be generous, as well as one who possesses great certainty and high aspiration, for generosity is a gleam from the light of certainty, and the one who knows what he wants finds it easy to give away.

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Question ID  537  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2013-06-17 13:00:01
salaam u alaikum, i have a slight dilemma, i want to keep the mustahab fasts of shabaan, however i have heard that one cant keep mustahab if one has missed some wajib fasts in the past, i am 20 of age and i dont know how many i have missed,what do i do in this situation ? do i just keep them all as qaza or are they forgiven as i dont know if i have any ?
Answer:-  If you do not know how many days of fast you have missed, you must keep the minimum number of days about which you are sure, and any more days of possible missed fasts, you may keep Qaza fast with the intention of Amma Fiththimmah عمّا في الذمّة
Qaza fast is greater in reward than recommended fast, and fasting the Qaza during the month of Sha'ban makes you get the great reward of Qaza as well as the fast in Sha'ban.
Mohammad al-Musawi
Question ID  529  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2013-07-09 18:15:01
Salam alaikum While opening your fast do you first have a date or salt and than pray and eat or should you first pray than have a date or salt and eat. Thank you
Answer:-  It is recommended to break your fast with dates or any sweet. It is
recommended to pray Maghrib Namaz then break your fast if no one is waiting
for you for Iftaar and if your health is not weak that you can not wait.
Mohammad al-Musawi

Question ID  523  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2013-06-10 09:30:01
Salam alaikum Can you please tell me how many minutes before sunrise should we stop eating? and also how many minutes after sunset should we start eating.I am very confused because some people wait 5min 10 min and we have been told to wait 20 min so which one is right. Thank you
Answer:-  We must stop eating and drinking before Fajr time, and as it is difficult to know now a days the exact time of Fajr, it is a precaution to stop few minutes before the time which is published just to be on the safe side. If you know for sure the exact time of Fajr, you can eat till one minute before the exact time of Fajr.
Breaking fast is when the night starts as we read in Quran ( then complete the fast till night). The night starts after the reddish ness of the light on the east vanishes. It vanishes between 8 to 15 minutes after sunset.
Mohammad al-Musawi
Question ID  502  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2013-05-29 00:45:02
Salaam. I have got 7 more Kaza fasts to keep before this year's Ramadhan. I had every intention of keeping them. However, whenever I have kept one - it has left me very ill the next day to the point where I have been unable to go to work or do household duties. I have also recently found out that I am pregnant. This may be why fasting in these long days was leaving me unwell. I would appreciate any advice. Thank you
Answer:-  If your health does not allow you to keep the remaining Qaza fasts, then giv=
e food for poor persons ( one poor person per day of fast), and keep the Qaz=
a fast later when you are able.
Mohammad al-Musawi=
Question ID  497  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2013-05-26 14:15:02
Asalamunalikum syed. Hope you're in good health. I am 12 weeks pregnant and Ramadan is approaching. What are my obligation as the fast will last for 15 to 18 hours. Should I fast or am I exempt from fasting or can I complete my fast after pregnancy? Wsalaam
Answer:-  It depends on your health situation, as if your health allows you to fast with out harm on you or the child, you must then fast , but if fasting harms you or the child , then do not fast but , you must keep Qaza fast later on.
Mohammad al-Musawi

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