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Tabdhīr (Arabic: تَبذیر) is a grave sin, which consists in improperly using, or squandering, one's money and property. Tabdhir is a kind of israf, which is to spend in a wasteful and uneconomic way or to spend for sinful purposes and the disobedience of God. Despite their close connections, there are differences between "tabdhir" and "israf". The notion of israf includes any sort of deviation, such as deviations in beliefs, or ethical, social, and economic deviations, while tabdhir is limited to financial matters.

Ethics
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Moral Verses
Ifk VersesAl-Ukhuwwa VerseAl-It'am VerseAl-Naba' VerseNajwa VerseVerse of TrustsAl-Sulh Verse


Moral Hadiths
Hadith of qurb al-nawafilHadith Makarim al-akhlaqHadith of Mi'rajHadith Junud al-'Aql wa l-Jahl


Moral Virtues
HumilityContentmentGenerosityControlling AngerTruthfulnessHilm (forbearance)AsceticismBraveryChastityInsaf (Equity) • Silat al-RahimWara'Islah dhat al-bayn


Moral Vices
HubrisGreed