Islam, as a faith has always urged the inseparable nature, of faith and world: the intertwining of spiritual responsibility with the conduct of daily life. Islam has viewed commercial activity not only as divine but also a necessary aspect of human life, a source of social gratification and psychological satisfaction. Work is considered necessary to establish an equilibrium between one’s individuality and social life. Holy Qur’an instructs Muslims to persistently work whenever and wherever possible: “Disperse through the land and seek of the bounty of God” (62:10), and “God has permitted trade and forbidden usury.” (2:275)
We all have heard the words “work ethic” being bandied around. In fact, it has become one of the many phrases often included in many Job ads and job descriptions, as a trait that a candidate must possess.
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