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Offline w3bcrowf3r

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Re: Juma vs Zuhr
« Reply #15 on: March 17, 2019, 12:33:19 PM »
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I think it means to follow the balanced laws that are being given to us about the family affairs.

peace w3bcrowf3r,

More appropriately, social affairs/ responsibilities I think.
For example, S-L-W in 9:84 may denotes things which one has to do for the diseased in the society.
See occurrence of the root W-S-T in [2:143] here it used to denote the quality of a community - ummatan wasathan (modest community/balanced nation).

I think i am in the right direction. My Arabic can still be compared to someone in kindergarden.

You seem to know Arabic?

What are your thoughts about asafwa wal marwah?
Repent, the Kingdom of God is at hand!

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Re: Juma vs Zuhr
« Reply #16 on: Today at 08:49:18 AM »

peace w3bcrowf3r,

More appropriately, social affairs/ responsibilities I think.
For example, S-L-W in 9:84 may denotes things which one has to do for the diseased in the society.
See occurrence of the root W-S-T in [2:143] here it used to denote the quality of a community - ummatan wasathan (modest community/balanced nation).

It is a command to keep up the just/balanced/modest approach in affairs, but not limited to family affairs.
“Inform My servants that I am the Forgiver, the Merciful.
And that My punishment is a painful retribution.” [15:49-50]