Debt Free Muslims Podcast – Interview With Shaikh Mirza Yawar Baig

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DebtFreeMuslims.com Podcast Episode 4

This episode is brought to you by MuslimMatters.org – Because Muslims matter.

Our guest for this episode is Shaykh Mirza Yawar Baig.

In this episode we cover:

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  • Financial issues affecting Muslims in America vs. globally
  • Understanding the concept of rizq (sustenance) in Islam and misconceptions surrounding it
  • The importance of good parenting
  • Wants vs. Needs, identifying needs in regards to things like education
  • Self-Worth that our children need
  • The mindset needed to be debt-free
  • The entitlement attitude
  • The true meaning of sabr
  • What holds people back from seeking scholarships
  • Countering destructive negative attitudes from early on
  • The effects of laziness and a safety net
  • Role of Barakah and Tawakkul and it’s relationship with sabr
  • The Tahajjud litmus test

References from Podcast

Shaykh Mirza Yawar Baig online

Books

Lecture Videos Referenced

 

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