Miserliness and Stinginess | Mufti Abdur-Rahman ibn Yusuf
What is Sufism? A Formal Explanation Part 8: The First Principle of the Path | Mufti Abdur-Rahman
Stingy, parsimonious, miserly, mean, close all mean reluctant to part with money or goods. Stingy, the most general of these terms, means unwilling to share, give, or spend possessions or money: children who are stingy with their toys; a stingy, grasping skinflint.
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