Pearl of Wisdom

when asked about preparing for death, said, '[It is to] Fulfil obligations, refrain from the forbidden and adopt good moral traits, and then to not care whether one should fall onto death or death should fall onto him. By Allah, the son of Abu Talib is not concerned whether he falls onto death or death falls onto him.'

Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Amali al-Saduq, p. 172, no. 173

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Question : #452 Category: Salaat / Prayers
Subject: unable to pray at work
Question: Salam,

I used to be able to pray at work and now my Zuhr/Asr namaz becomes qaza because I pray at home.

Is this a major sin? There is no facility for me to pray at work.

Please let me know.
Answer: It is not appropriate for a Muslim to delay the saying of salat from its preferred time (i.e. at the beginning of its time span) and what has been mentioned in the question is not an acceptable excuse.

If the need to work at that place reaches the level of necessity, then he should pray in time in whatever way possible: even just by indicating [by lowering the neck halfway for ruku' and fully for sajda]. However, such a situation would arise only exceptionally. So he should fear Almighty Allah and not accept a job which leads to neglecting the pillar of faith; thus, he should remember the words of the Almighty:
"And whosoever fears Allah, He will make a way out for him [from difficulties] and provide for him from where he does not expect." (65:2)

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