Ijara Financing and What’s Good and Bad About Daylight Savings TimeMarch 13, 2018 at 4:02 pm
We are always your experts for ijara financing. We supply our valued clients with the information they need to get Reba free loans. We’d like to add on additional interesting information.
That’s why we’ve put together some information on setting your clocks forward.
Daylight savings time starts on Sunday, March 11 at 2 AM in United States. You might be wondering what the hoopla is all about and asking yourself if setting the clocks an hour ahead of standard time is a good or bad thing.
Here’s a little bit of research we did on the subject that will help you jump off the fence to one side or the other.
First off, it’s always good to know the history of anything that you’re dealing with. That certainly goes for our Ijara mortgages. We’ve taken the time to make sure our system has been approved by American Muslim Jurists in both Canada and the United States. It’s a nod to the history of ijara financing and what we need to do to stay Sharia compliant.
Daylight savings time has an interesting history too. For example, we will bet you didn’t know that the whole idea of daylight savings time comes to us from New Zealand. The change was first proposed in 1895 so George Hudson would have more time to go hunting after work.
There’s some really good things about this time shift and they include:
- More daylight. Although technically there is no more daylight to be had through daylight savings time, the sun does rise and set at a later period giving that appearance. That means there’s more time to socialize and do the things you want to do as the weather warms up. If you’re into outdoor things like running and golf, you’ll have more time to enjoy yourself. Experts also tell us people are more motivated to go outdoors.
- Several industries prosper with more light at night including tourism. We like to think our ijara financing benefits too has more practicing Muslims are motivated to start looking for property of their own.
Of course, for every good thing about daylight savings time, there’s a few things that aren’t so good. For example, medical experts tell us it takes a while for our bodies to adjust. However, being tired only lasts for a little while for most of us.
Still, getting less sleep means a rise in car accidents and some kinds of workplace injuries. So, while it’s clear not everybody in the USA is excited about daylight savings time, the overall consensus is it’s a good thing.
Consider some research that states daylight savings time contributes to road safety overall since the number of pedestrian fatalities falls by over 10%. Other data even links the change in time to fewer heart attacks.
One of our biggest priorities here at IjaraCDC is to be an informational resource that you can count on for all your ijara financing needs and beyond. Don’t forget to set those clocks forward!!