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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 8815 Spouse

Instructions and Help about Which Form 8815 Spouse

Divide this text into sentences and correct mistakes: - Robitaille Sabri, where say liamri walk that amid lasagna holy allahumma thabbitna, and inaudible a ilaha illallahu w'alahu madam in alladhina amanu aminu sorry hat what I was hoping Huck what I was always up I mean Arabella. - I mean, in our religion, there are two fundamental responsibilities that every human being owes. There is a responsibility we owe to Allah, and there's a responsibility or a set of responsibilities we owe to other people. - That starts with your own family, different members of your family, and then beyond that to your neighbor, and beyond that to humanity at large. - It's actually much easier to talk about what we owe Allah, because what we owe Allah is very clear, simple, and Allah Azza WA JAL is always just and fair. - So, at least on one side, there's no possibility of unfairness, and that's Allah. - And so, when the expectations are given from him, then there is absolutely no argument or ambiguity or lack of clarity. - However, when you talk about a relationship between people, for instance, the relationship between an employer and an employee, or the relationship between a parent and a child, or a husband and a wife, or siblings, or whatever else, when you talk about any of these relationships, there's a possibility that one or either side does something wrong. - So here you are doing your part, you're fulfilling your responsibilities, but the other side is not doing their part; they're not fulfilling their responsibilities. - And when that happens, it's a very common tendency for you to say, "Well, they don't do their part, why should I do my part?" - So the relationships we have with Allah, essentially the relationship...