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Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by Unbeknown, May 2, 2021.
so no writing
In this day and age where there is an abundance of evil and Jahil speakers luring in the public, there is surely a greater need for Ulema e Haqq to speak more.
Also, due to the shortage of capable scholars, teaching has also become much more important.
I would say 40% speaking, 40% teaching, 20% speaking.
And yeah, surely varies place to place, era to era. I would say even age matters a lot!
was talking to a few brothers yesterday who asked if Alahazrat delivered many speeches. I said as far as I know, he would deliver the speech every Friday* and then only 2 more in the whole year: milad un nabi sallAllahu alayhi wa sallam in Bareilly sharif and at the urs in marehra sharif.
what do brothers feel is the ideal tradeoff between the three - if any? does it differ from one era to another and from place to place?
e.g. Alahazrat gave maybe >80% of his time to writing - perhaps ~10% to teaching - <3% to speeches - this excludes the time he spent reading [muTala'ah]. this was in c.late 19-early 20 india in the environment he lived.
* again showing how important the Friday speech is.