Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei narrates and explains a tradition narrated from Imam Muhammad ibn Ali al-Baqir (A) who quotes Jabir ibn Abdullah al-Ansari, the esteemed companion of the Messenger of Allah (S), who in turn quotes the holy Prophet Muhammad (S), where his eminence (S) speaks about the people that are fortunate.
What is the meaning of the Arabic word 'Infaq'?
Who are the fortunate ones when it comes to spending their wealth?
What is the importance of spending ones' wealth in balanced way?
What is the proper understanding of the term 'balance'?
When one spends their wealth in a balanced way, and then there is some that is left over, what should one do with that wealth?
And what does the holy Prophet (S) say about speaking too much, which in this context means to speak out of place?
What is the correct understanding of speaking out of place?
What are some other instances of people that are considered to be fortunate?
And finally, what does it mean when it is said that "Spending Ones' Wealth In A Balanced Way" is highly recommended, and that the people who do are considered to be fortunate?
Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei expounds upon the wise words of the Messenger of Allah (S), the holy Prophet Muhammad (S), where his eminence (S) speaks about the people that are fortunate and "Spending Ones' Wealth In A Balanced Way".