On the anniversary of Imam Khomeini's return to Iran and the beginning of the Fajr decade on the 12th of Bahman, we extend our congratulations to all revolutionary people of Iran.
Finding the right path in any matter is always the most significant concern of any wise person.
Today, as the most pressing concern is economics, we must find this direct path in relation to the economy.
Some mistakenly believe that religion is no longer necessary when it comes to money and worldly matters.
They mistakenly think that religion is only relevant to the afterlife.
They worship a God who is their God of the Hereafter and not the God of this world, however, the Almighty is both the God of this world and the God of the hereafter, providing blessings and rewards in both realms.
We must adhere to a religion that guides us for both our afterlife and our worldly matters, fulfilling our needs and desires in both.
Just as it wants to fulfill our needs in the hereafter, it has certainly done this in this world as well.
The Quran, the book of God, is a guide for humanity in all matters.
God urges us to contemplate about the Quran.
In Arabic, it is referred to as 'dubur.'
Meaning to turn something over.
In Persian, we might say someone has thoroughly examined a matter.
Or he has turned it over.
Now, let's delve into the Quran a bit and explore a few verses about the straight path to economic success or, in other words, the right way to become wealthy, hopefully, these certainties will strengthen your resolve.
Among the chapters of the Quran, only one chapter is named after a tribe.
Other tribes are mentioned in the Quran, but none of them are the names of the Chapters, and none of them are the tribes of the last prophet.
That one Chapter is about the tribe of the Prophet of God, may God's peace be upon him and his family, that is, the Quraish tribe, which is Chapter 106 of the Quran.
And God has mentioned this in his book:
'In the name of the most compassionate and merciful God.
For the covenants [of security and safeguard enjoyed] by the Quraish.
Their covenants [covering] journeys by winter and summer.
Let them adore the Lord of this House.
Who provides them with food against hunger, and with security against fear [of danger].'
Now, I invite you to answer a few questions, and within those answers, find the direct economic path.
I hope that with your knowledge, wisdom, and evidence, you'll contribute to our learning.
1. What was the main occupation of the Quraish tribe?
2. Why did the Quraishis go on winter and summer journeys?
3. What was the most crucial secret to the prosperity and grandeur of the Quraish tribe?
4. What lessons can we, as Aradis, learn from the tribe of Quraish?