Monday, August 30, 2010

Too Harsh or Too Real?

In my opinion, it sounds a little harsh, mainly in suggesting that the poor in Jordan deserve what they're going through.

On the other side, when you are poor , you're not supposed to have many kids, because you spend a shit load of money just by raising one kid. This is a lesson that I hope Jordan will understand one day.

One thing for sure: الولد ما بتيجي رزقته معه.

If you disagree, you deserve the shitty life you're having.


Anonymous said...

بس خطة النمو الاقتصادي العشرية للفقراء انك تخلف عشرة و تتأقلم مع الوضع عشر سنين لغاية ما يصيروا صنايعية و بعدين الفلوس بتيجي "نعف" و بتغير الوضع و بسيروا "هاي هاي" و هلا عمي

Anonymous said...

حسب القرآن الكريم ... الولد تأتي رزقته معه ... و لكن الحق أن القرآن الكريم لا يدعوا الى كثرة الأولاد هذا و الله أعلم :)

Anonymous said...

قال الله سبحانه وتعالى : ولا تقتلوا أولادكم خشية إملاق نحن نرزقهم وإياكم (الإسراء)
وقال الله سبحانه وتعالى : ولا تقتلوا أولادكم من إملاق نحن نرزقكم وإياهم (الأنعام)

وقال عليه الصلاة والسلام : تكاثروا عباد الله فإني مباه بكم الأمم يوم القيامة.
أو كما قال عليه السلام.

و ورد في الحديث : من أنزل حاجته بالناس (سأل الناس قبل سؤال الله) أوكله الله للناس.

عندي أولاد وعندي رزق كثير وكل طفل (ولد أو بنت) يأتي معه رزقه وهذا كله من فضل الخالق العزيز الجبار الرزاق الكريم.

لا حاجة لنا بنصائحكم.

Haitham Seelawi said...
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Hareega said...

Anonymous, what do you mean by "rizga"?

if you mean means to find food and water then you're right.

But it's a very bad plan to just provide food and water to your kids. you need education, health care, some quality time to spend with them.

There's plenty of evidence that having too many kids can bankrupt you and overwhelm the society with way more people than it needs.

KJ said...

I know that riz2et el walad ma3o but that doesn't mean if you're in a shitty poverty situation that you go through the pain of 9 month pregnancy and a possible lifetime of hardship. Kids need a lot more than just a daily dose of food.

Anonymous said...

Hello Haitham, Anon 3 is talking :-)

The fact that you're trying to understand the reasoning behind what Allah and his messengar wanted from us is great, doing so without supporting evidence (from Shari3a) is wrong.

In all "scienctific" approaches to sustinability, "scientists" ignore a very simple fact from their calculation "The existince of God".

Allah can provide more or less from the exact same land (this is evident today year-on-year) Social obligations (education,etc,etc) that is a different story and I don't think there is enough room here to talk about it.

One small note though, today, the world generates (daily) enough food to feed all people on earth, however half of it (at least) ends up in the rubbish tip.

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