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Sanskrit Sloka

Om Poornamadah Poornamidam
Poornaat Poornam Udachyate
Poornasya Poornamaadaay
Poornamevaa Vashishyate”

Verse from the Quran reflecting Shahed Murad's philosophy:
Good things preferably that we like for ourselves, should be offered as presents or charity and not worthless objects which we would decline to accept.

Spend on the good things, do not seek what is bad to spend.

Benevolence should be extended from home, to the pious poor, till it covers all in need, without any regard to religion or creed.

Donations maybe given publicly  and privately, openly and secretly, as the occasion maybe but never with the object of making a show for self advancement or of putting others under obligation, for subsequent subjugation.

Surah Baqara

Verse from Judaism reflecting Shahed Murad's philosophy :
The Rabbis particularly insist that we are not to confine the exercise of charity to our own people, for the law of Moses inculcates kindness and hospitality towards the strangers within our gates.

Even the animals are specially remembered in his most merciful code.                                

The Talmud, translated by H. Polano

Verse from the Bible reflecting Shahed Murad's philosophy
Make certain you do not perform your religious duties in public so that people will see what you do. 

So when you give something to a needy person, do not make a big show of it, as the hypocrites do in the houses of worship and on the streets. They do it so that people will praise them. But when you help a needy person do it in such a way that even your closest friend will not know about it.  Then it will be a private matter. 

Sermon on the Mount, Matthew Chapter 6

Verse from Hinduism reflecting Shahed Murad's philosophy
A gift made with the total understanding that giving is one’s bounden duty, and given to a person who has never helped you before or will ever need to help you in the future, and given at the right time, at the right place, to the truly needy one; such gift alone is considered the purest of all.

The Bhagavad Gita