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  4708  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2019-05-27 15:00:01
Salam I was brushing my teeth after iftar and a little bit blood came out from the teeth. I tried to clean it, but blood was still present. So I went to sleep and woke up after the fajr prayer and cleaned my mouth. Is my fasting invalidated? My intention was to wake up before imsak and clean it as the bleeding would have stopped, but I could not as I was tired. I follow Sayyed Ali Sistani (may Allah strengthen him).
Answer:-  Your fast is valid.

Question ID  4700  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2019-05-16 15:15:01
Salaam Sayed With the blessings of Allah Almighty and Ahlulbayt we are going through the holy month of Ramadhan. I suffer badly with constipation and do not go daily or even on alternate days to ease myself so I have to avoid fasting I am diabetic and have BP and cholesterol and am taking medication for the above pls adv
Answer:-  If fasting harms your health then you need to keep Qadha Fast later on. If
you can not keep Qadha Fast at all due to illness then you must feed one
poor Momin for every day of missed fasting.
Mohammad Al-Musawi

Question ID  4684  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2019-04-30 02:30:02
SA please advise if you accept payments for Fidya and if yes please advise the amount per fast if missed last ramadhan 1439? thanks iltemas e duas Khalil Muraj
Answer:-  Fidya is feeding one poor momin for every day of fast which was not kept on
it=E2=80=99s time and later as Qazi just because of health difficulties.
One meal for one poor momin is one Fidya
The minimum amount of food is 750vgrams of food.
You can feed poor momins where ever you can. If you need help, you can
contact our office in London on +442084598475

Question ID  4679  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2019-04-23 22:45:02
Salaamun alaikum, May Allah reward you abundantly for your efforts. Does the country in which we grew up count as our "home land" for the purpose of travelling? In my situation, although I left the country a long time ago, my parents still live there, and I would like to know if I can still fast if I travel there for less than 10 days. I am in the taqleed of Ayatollah Sistani. JazaakAllah Khair
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
If you have an intention to return to live in your previous home land, then it remains as your home land and you must pray full and fast even if you visit for a day or so.
If you have no intention at all to return to live in that place, then it is no more your home land and you go there as a traveler praying Qasr if your stay is less than ten days..

Question ID  4676  -  Fasting (Sawm) -  2019-04-22 21:00:02
Salaam alaikum. My question is, with some of our youth who in their early days, may have been off the path, may have not fasted for maybe 3 whole ramadhans because of masturbating or drinking alcohol or fornication etc. Once realising and coming back on the right path, according to Syed sistani, they will have to pay kaffara one of which includes 60 fasts for each fast broken through haram ways. This would mean 60 X 90 fasts missed = 5400 fasts as kaffara. How is this possible to do especially since you have to do them continuously. Hope you can advise as this would mean around 15 years of continuous fasting which is almost impossible. Jazakallah
Answer:-  Whatever possible Must be done.

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