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31 The Traveller The Ailing Those Who Are With Child Or Giving Suck Are Not Bound By The Fast






they have been exempted by God as a token of
His grace. 16


Exemption from fasting is granted to those who are ill or of advanced age
(see note 14), women in their courses (see note 20), travellers (see note
30) and to women who are pregnant and those who are nursing. This
exemption is also extended to people who are engaged in heavy labour, who,
at the same time, are advised to show respect to the law of God and for
the exalted station of the Fast by eating with frugality and in private
(Q and A 76). Shoghi Effendi has indicated that the types of work which
would exempt people from the Fast will be defined by the Universal House
of Justice.





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