"The speech of the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) was clear and straightforward and understood by anybody who hears it."
[Muslim, Riyad As-Salihin, Ch.89, On Speaking Plainly..., Hadeeth No.697]
The purpose of any communication is to send across a message and be understood. Therefore, we have to speak plainly for the benefit of those we are addressing, and repeat it when they do not understand it. The words we choose when talking should be those the listeners can relate to and understand. Our talks should not be ambiguous and leave confusion in minds and thoughts of the listeners.
This is very much so especially, when the speaker is in a position of authority and leadership or when one is giving out instructions. As listeners and those going to act on these instructions, it is important they understood the message well in order to act accordingly.
Always remember to talk clearly and avoid ambiguities.
Conventional Finance treats money as a commodity that is able to earn profit in it's own right. Thus, loans are purely commercial.
But Islamic Finance sees money as a mere medium of exchange with no intrinsic value.Thus,loans are not commercial but purely an act of altruism.
Surayi yayamba ndi kufotokoza kuti zonse zakumwamba ndi zapansi pano zikulemekeza Chauta ndi kumuyeretsa ku mbiri zosayenerana ndi ulemerero Wake, ndi kuti lye ndiwopambana ndipo sapambanidwa; Wanzeru zakuya pa zochita Zake zonse.
Zina mwazisonyezo za mphamvu Zake ndi nzeru Zake zakuya, yafotokoza surayi pa kulangidwa kwa Bani Nadhiri amene adali ...