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  1. Salam I want to know if having more than one motive/Niyyat can be counted as good and for the sake of Allah. For example: Let's say I help a poor person by giving him some money, I have 3 motives behind doing this, 1. because I think God will increase my wealth if I give charity 2. Because God will be pleased with me if I give money this poor person and 3. because I feel it is a good act, therefore I am obliged to do it for the sake of its goodness. What is the status of having such motives? I know that we are supposed to do everything for the sake of God, and I accept that but sometimes it is impossible for me to restrict my thoughts to 1 motive. For example: I see a poor person, immediately I think God will be pleased with me if I help him, and so as I approach to help this person , in the mean time, different motives/thoughts appear in my mind which seem selfish and contractual e.g. God will reward me for this. Or I see a poor person and I feel sad for him because of his poverty and I help him because he is poor and I can help him, so I help him because he is poor and I do this good act only for the sake of its goodness, but then I remember God later on and remember that he is also pleased with me for such an act. Would such a Niyyat/intention/motive be counted as a righteous and "for God" type of Niyyat? I hope you understand what I am trying to say, I am not good at explaining my thoughts.
  2. A brief notion for what people needs today in Pakistan is confusing, not only for intellectuals, politicians BUT FOR MAZLOOMS' After Quaid-e-Azam true leadership, none secured the mass! Dr. Tahir-UL-Qadri, after a long time returned to setup a fire in Pakistan which is believed to be A clutch behind which every thing gets dissapeared. Many talk shows held one after the other and disrupted media to KNOW THE MOTIVE??? Without any true motive,aim or action he conducted a jalsae aam and get a record jalsa. People of Pakistan are true confused people who are searching for their rescue!. Tahir-UL-Qadri got the oppurtunity to enhance the materalistic approach to grab attention for more voters! TMQ (a league of tahir) nudges the temperature and said that we want elections after settlement to provide peace... This confused statement arrises what? WHAT IS YOUR OPINION?
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