Differences Of Terminology Regarding Matters Of Acts
my question is that when we say that such person takes payment for leading prayers. we just say this literally and we say that in reality the meaning of it is that it is the payment for the time and energy, not for the act of leading prayer itself. because act of leading prayer can only be done when the person himself is praying and a person cannot earn money on prayer or a worship.
but in daily life matters, or worldly matters, or doing any action which is not done for Allah. like teaching someone maths. helping my friend by dropping him at home. if it is literally said and also meant in reality that this action (in itself) is done for worldly purpose (pleasing that person, or earn money for it). İs it okay?
in other words if someone does a duty related to worship, taking payment or any other benefit on that worship or that action itself (leading prayer) is not allowed. but it is allowed to take benefit for the fixed time and energy for performing that duty. So now, for example in case of, helping my friend to drop him at home or any other thing to help him, is it okay to get worldly benefit from this action itself (helping my friend)? or is the same frame is to be taken into consideration in the. example of imamat? like i cannot earn money, or his pleasure on this action itself (helping the friend) but on the time and energy used up for this action?
if i do helping of friend, only so that when he feels the ease of it or some benefit from my help then he would be pleased from me, is it okay?
is the same frame of concept required for helping a friend, as it is required for imamat? or for these matters it is no problem?
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