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    • To Earn Living to Maintain One’s Family
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      To Earn Living to Maintain One’s Family

      Q: Is it mandatory that one works to earn living?
      A: If it proves feasible, it is mandatory for one to work and to earn living to maintain themselves and their dependent family members in case the work is compatible with one’s dignity and honor.
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