Pearl of Wisdom

'Those who restrain themselves from worldly pleasures are such that their hearts are weeping though outwardly they may laugh, they experience great sorrow though they display joy, and they are filled with self contempt though they rejoice at all that they have been bestowed.'

Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Nahj al-Baldgha, Sermon 113

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Question : #684 Category: Marriage - Nikkah
Subject: maher and dowry
Question: what's the difference between maher and dowry? and with maher when is the best time to be paid to the bride? in my culture the condition of maher to be paid is encase of a divorce ...if the couple don't divorce it doesn't have to be paid. is that right of wrong?
Answer: Mahr is the arabic term for dowry. This mahr is issued at the time of reciting the marriage contract, and is as a gift from the groom to the bride.
This mahr is unconditionally the brides and up to her discretion on what is done with it.

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