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Promise to oneself, is it considered as nazar or oath ?

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  • Promise to oneself, is it considered as nazar or oath ?

    Salam brothers and sisters, if we said to ourself, 'I promise to myself, I'm gonna spend time from 9 a.m - 4 p.m doing this thing everyday for at least 21 days'. Does it considered as an oath or vow(nazar) although I have no intention to make it as an oath or vow ?
    I know that if we make an oath to Allah, or promise to Allah(?) we will be responsible to it and if we violate the oath/promise we'll have to pay expiation. What about promising to oneself ? Is it the same like making a promise with other people ? In which we do not have to pay any expiation ? Please I hope anyone can answer, I don't want this question affect me with waswas.

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    Originally posted by jabri93 View Post
    Salam brothers and sisters, if we said to ourself, 'I promise to myself, I'm gonna spend time from 9 a.m - 4 p.m doing this thing everyday for at least 21 days'. Does it considered as an oath or vow(nazar) although I have no intention to make it as an oath or vow ?
    I know that if we make an oath to Allah, or promise to Allah(?) we will be responsible to it and if we violate the oath/promise we'll have to pay expiation. What about promising to oneself ? Is it the same like making a promise with other people ? In which we do not have to pay any expiation ? Please I hope anyone can answer, I don't want this question affect me with waswas.
    I find below on Islamqa, InshaaAllah will help

    https://islamqa.info/en/answers/2687...-to-be-an-oath

    https://islamqa.info/en/answers/2230...s-oath-binding
    He has created man from a sperm-drop; and behold this same (man) becomes an open disputer! (16:4)

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