A virtual lecture entitled "Positive Thumb"
The Deanship of Student Affairs at Al Ain University (Abu Dhabi Campus) collaborated with the General Authority of Islamic Affairs and Endowments to host a virtual lecture called "Positive Thumb," presented by Professor Sulaiman Al Habash, a Senior Preacher. During the lecture, Professor Al Habash touched on various topics, such as the last ten days of Ramadan, the connection between positive imprint and Ramadan, expenses, donations, and justifications. He also used the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan as an example of someone who had a positive imprint by helping those in need through charitable work.
In addition, Professor Al Habash emphasized that we should not restrict our good deeds to benefit only ourselves, but rather extend them to the society around us. He also discussed various models of positive imprints found in Islamic law, including why we spend, how we spend, and for whom we spend. According to him, we spend money and give alms to increase our blessings and follow Allah's command. Moreover, he mentioned that whenever we donate, we should have the desire to donate even more and feel unsatisfied with our contributions.