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'Charity begins at home' - What does the Noble Quran say about it?

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For example a person I know:  His old father and sister lived alone while this scum lived abroad with his wife and kids, seeking recognition by meddling with public figures.  Then suddenly a cousin of his (he was close to) passed away and he hurried all the way to assist that cousin's children. But when his father was ill and dying, neither he nor his brothers could care a damn.   His sister was the only one taking care of the father, while that bugger and his other two brothers (just as despicable) came only 10 days prior to the father's death.  But that time he had already lost consciousness and drifted into coma. 

Painfully shocking!

Yet, society speaks of that insensitive man kindly as if it was a great feat that he went all the way to be with his cousin's kids (whom, by the way, he had never before met nor seen) at such a time.   

Never even met the cousin's kids?  And how many times did he meet the cousin to be engulfed with a load of sentiments in preference to his own dad and sister?

What good will this "kind" act do to improve his book of accounts on the Day of Judgement when this same person couldn't be bothered to be by his own father's bedside while the poor dad drifted into weakness as his health deteriorated rapidly? 

This type of 'kindness' only shows how unkind, insensitive and hypocritical the person actually is.

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