Channel: Abdul Nasir Jangda
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You're listening to Calum Institute's podcast series. See the life of the Prophet by sheer Abdul Nasir zhongda. visit us on the web at Calum Institute dot o RG or find us on [email protected] slash Gollum Institute Bismillah Allah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah who Allah Allah He will be here at Marin
salaam aleikum, wa rahmatullah.
shala. Continuing with our study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sirata number we had the prophetic biography. In the previous session, we were talking about the beginning of the actual wave of migration from Mecca to Medina. And we talked about how Allah subhana wa Taala, of course, you know, facilitated the opening of the gateway of higit off from Mecca to Medina provided a place where Muslims could actually seek sanctuary. And then, through divine revelation in the Quran,
Allah subhanaw taala, even, you know, commanded the believers to start making the migration into digital and the profits, a lot of these things started sending the believers on their way from Mecca to Medina, we talked about some of the initial early people who migrated from Mecca to Medina, people like, of course, most often are made or the Allahu taala, and who we talked about musella in her family, Abu salah and their son. And we talked about some of the early people last week's,
you know, session focused on a lot of the struggles, the challenges, and the tragedies, the really, you know, heart wrenching stories that were the reality of migrating from Mecca to Medina. And I kind of I touched on this last week where I talked about how a lot of times when we think about hedging, or we talk about migration, so it seems like a very victorious moment, and no doubt about it, it was the beginning of something very beautiful and amazing. But we should not discount the fact we shouldn't lose sight of the fact that this was something that was very difficult, very challenging, life threatening. And we saw the tragedy in the family of Abu Salah mine, what
transpired with them, the sacrifices that were being made.
In today's session we'll be talking about along the same lines, we'll be talking about, again, the difficulties that people were enduring, the sacrifices people were making in order to be able to realize their Deen and I want the usually I talk about the take home lesson towards the end. And I'll definitely bring it up again. But one thing that I want to emphasize here on the outset is that, you know, going from Mecca to Medina wasn't just about escaping, you know, persecution and torture, there were many people who were hiding their Islam, there are many people who quote unquote, were living underground, you know, they were keeping their Islam secret. And as long as
they kept their Assam secret in their heart, they had a human and every time they got a private moment, they were able to lock up the doors and pull the curtains and be able to pray. You know, for them, they could have gone on living, safe and sound keeping their secret to themselves. And that be that
but think about the fact that going from Mecca to Medina was a realization of their own eemaan. And that's why the scholars even right, that hidden law was something that was mandated, it was obligatory it was necessary in order to realize to actualize your eemaan, to realize their Deen to be able to live their Islam to the fullest and be able to practice Islam properly. They had to make this sacrifice, they had to give up their homes, they have to give up, you know, even sometimes family and friends, they had to give all of this up, you know, undertake this very dangerous journey with the threat of being followed and even killed along the way, and show up in an unknown place.
With nothing in hand, no connection, no relationship. Of course, there is a relationship of vimana and Islam, which we'll talk about the more heart and all of that later. But just from a worldly perspective, from a normal human worldly perspective, you're just showing up empty handed in an unknown place amongst a bunch of strangers. And so that is a huge sacrifice. But that was what was required of them if they were going to realize their emaan their Islam, their faith, their religion, that they were going to live it if they were going to practice it. And so when we read about these stories and the sacrifices, these unbelievable huge sacrifices that these people are making. What
needs to be kept in mind is that this is what these people were willing to do in order to practice their Deen and like I said, I'll talk I'll touch on this
Again, towards the end of April, what I want us to keep in mind, even while we're listening to this and reading this and talking about this, what I want us to keep in mind is that what level of sacrifice Are we willing to make in the practice of rd?
You know, a lot of times what's required of us and of course, there's exceptions to this and I don't mean to minimize and to trivialize the sacrifices some people truly do make, it's truly admirable. We have people that remind us of the Sahaba, the Allahu taala, and whom, you know, in our communities even today, but for a lot of us, I can speak for myself, that for a lot of us is what's required in order to practice our Deen isn't can't even really be classified as sacrifice. At the most you can call it an inconvenience and inconvenience.
You know, it's like if I come to the masjid every single day, and I step out from my home to come to Southeast Asia, and I see a little bit of rain outside I'm like
so it's it's an inconvenience at the most.
And so it's this is where the study of the life of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the life of the Sahaba radi Allahu taala and the history of our Deen in our religion is so necessary for us to study so that we can contextualize so that we can place within the context and really understand the reality of our practice of our Deen. And so that's where this becomes profoundly, you know, important. So today we'll be talking about a couple of different stories.
We'll start off by talking about
the Allahu taala and who there's a narration that
is not mentioned by some of the more popular some of them more authoritative books have Ceylon in his heart. They've been his sham. You know, even caffeine. Rahim Allah, they don't mention this particular incident, but it is mentioned within some of the books of Sierra
that talks about, Athena for instance, mentions it in a subtle haba that it talks about, it's a narration from Alabama be talking about the Allahu taala and he says Melinda and I had Amina mahadji Lena hajra, Illa McDuffie and that every single person who is making Hades at that time in that phase, I live in a Vitaly radi Allahu taala, who was of course right there by the side of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam helping him just kind of handle and manage the affairs. And so he says that we were keeping tabs on who was going and who was leaving and who is departing. And every single person that made his it all made it secretly, privately quietly, because of the danger at
hand Illa Katara de la talanoa chuffer Amaro de la for inner hula Hama been hegira at the Kannada sayfa who was an acaba cosa who won one double fee as human was dasara. An Isetta who won my blog table, Canada, he says when the Allahu talana made the intention for his law, he hung his sword around his neck. He put the bow you know, like a bow and arrow, he put the bow on his shoulder. He pulled out from his, you know, the quiver, he pulled out a bunch of arrows and held them in his hand.
And he walked towards the camera.
So, you know, in our, in our day and age, like he'd looked like,
you know, commando, so he looked like Rambo. He was completely, you know, geared armed to the teeth, and he's marching towards Aqaba. When he gets there, what am I looking for? Ah, there was a whole beef in beef and he had the whole like leadership of Quraysh was around the Kaaba. So he made the wife, of course, and then he went and he prayed is to record. Then he stood in front of the group one narration says he went from group to group, and he made the announcement to them that
man arada and youth killer oma who, oh, UT monitor, who are your mirrors, oh, Jetta who fell yellow Penny wah wah Wadi, he says anyone who wants his mother to cry over him, meaning that's an expression for saying whoever wants their mother to cry out their janazah
whoever wants to orphan their children, whoever wants to widow, their wives, then please come see me outside.
And what's interesting about this is that at the same time, there's a little bit of a tennapel here, and I'll mention this, when you read about the next when we talk about the story of the hitter of Ramadan. katapola, the Allahu taala. And he also at the same time, get a little bit of an idea though, there was some strategy here they were trying to leave quietly, how do we reconcile these two things, he doesn't actually tell them that I am making hints at all. He just kind of went there to just get it out of his system.
And kind of put these people back on their heels a little bit. And no doubt he was probably frustrated by the simple fact that they were chasing after everyone who was making ends at all. They were persecuting people. So he went there to kind of put everybody in their place. I live in a Vitaly radi Allahu terrano says philomela tobira hudon illa coman minamisoma. Athena Allah hamartia homie lady from Mama bollywood, G, that nobody followed him out a bunch of the weak Muslims that were kind of there. When they saw the scene, they followed him out just to kind of go with him. You know, when somebody kind of says something like that, then you kind of get behind and be like, yeah,
yeah, what are you gonna say now? So he says, some of the weak Muslims kind of when, you know, follow them out, like what now say something you got to, we got our boy with us, you don't want to say nothing to us now. And they all followed him out of the garba. And he started telling people go on your way, go on your way, go on your way, make higit on these people will not do anything to you. So I'm going to the Allahu talana was basically trying to make it a little bit more easier for some of the people who are making higit off the story of the hitter of the Allahu taala unto himself, as mentioned by numerous of the historians and the scholars, even as half mentions that.
And another narration actually says that there were three people
who had decided that they would make heads or on migration together, or the Allahu taala. And who I asked bin Avira via bloody Allahu taala. And who, and there was a third one amongst them who was not able to make it there. His name was a sham.
The third one was he Sham I'm trying to find his complete name. I
think either way, there was a third individual with them whose name was he sham.
and I Yosh bin Avi, Robbie ienumerable katavi. Allahu taala. No, they decided that they will do his raw migration together, what they decided was that there was a place that they used to refer to as the
place of tanaga. A 10 out of 10 other basically refers referred to a place where a specific type of plant used to grow outside of Makkah. And so they said that, and this was a little bit away from Macau where binuclear father lived. And so they said that all three of us kind of individually, leave Makkah, quietly. And we will meet up there at this place of tonight. And if we find each other there, then we'll make the 100 other migration together. If somebody's not able to make it, we'll take that as a signal that for whatever reason, you were not able to make the journey. And whoever else does show up there will go about on their way. So if two people make it there, and the third
one doesn't show up, we'll wait for a little bit there. But then understand that we will move on. So this was kind of the agreement that they had so they can make the hedgerow the migration together. So I'm gonna have the Allahu taala on who goes on to say that when I reached her, I found for us back to our Yahshua in the tunnel. Well, he said he Shambo 14 after Tana, he says that myself and I ash in the morning, we found each other at the meeting place that we had designated. We didn't find his genre, we figured that he had been kept back and he says, eventually found out that he in fact, had been kept back in in Makkah, he had been trapped, and you know, restricted from leaving. And so
he ended up staying back. And he said something very interesting. He says,
Well, fortina first tetiana he was put into testing trial and he fell into the testing trial. And I'll explain the meaning of this in a little bit. So he says that we myself and I ash we made our way to Medina mano to El Medina. He says that Abu Jahan in Hadith been a sham. They heard about myself and I Yosh leaving McCain making it to Medina, abou Jilin, Hadith mean he Sham came out after us. And there was a reason here. I've talked about this in the slum of Ahmed Abu Qatada the Allahu Allahu Allahu talana was the nephew of Abu Jahan.
Ahmed bin Hisham, he was his nephew, and specifically mentions about how it has been a sham that he was.
He was related to this, too, or is was related to how it's been a sham. So he specifically comes there to iosh. And myself, they tried to talk to me, I tell them, I don't want to hear anything. You have to say, I have no interest in talking to you. You're wasting your breath. You're wasting your time. It's best if you go back. I wasn't gonna have any of it.
They went to I Yosh. And they spoke to him. And they said the hot has been a sham who was related to it. So he was family. He said that you know what happened to your mother after you left. Your mother has sworn that she will never like the the expression that he used in omaka nataraj Allah yamasa rasa muestran hotrock she will never comb or brush her hair again until she sees you, which was an expression of like, I'm not going to take care of myself.
I'm not going to do anything. Until you know she sees you without disturbing them in chumps in hatanaka. And she will sit out in the sun and not seek any shade from the sun until she sees you for color. This was his mother. So I asked her really bad he felt really guilty. So what do I do? What do I do? I'm gonna do Allahu taala Who said that? We're lucky enough who were lucky in read the
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He said, I swear to you, these people are just trying to take you away from your religion. That's all they're trying to do. They're trying to take you away from your dean. So be careful. Be careful with these people. Don't trust them. Don't listen to them for a lucky Lopa either. Shaka
Zulu lamb Tasha. He says that, if your mom gets lice, she'll clean her hair.
And he says that one over the Easter doll, a harmonica, Lester wallet. And he says that if the heat becomes too strong, she'll go sit under the shade. He's like, it just doesn't make sense. Don't listen to them. It doesn't make sense. And amarante Allahu tornando is of course probably speaking from knowledge as well. He knows I ash. He's letting him know that this doesn't sound right. It doesn't sound like your mom. It doesn't sound logical. It doesn't sound right. So I seriously advise that you don't listen to these people. For Karla Abou kozma on me, he says I have to go and take you know go and check on her I have to go and find out. When he
when he goes in you know it kind of works out. Because I left in such a hurry. I still had a lot of money in Makkah, so I'll go and get my money. And that way I'll actually have something here to start a life with. I won't be empty handed.
So Palo Alto lucky Nicoletta Alamo, Nila mean actually proration Marlin felucca nice family. Well, artez Hama Hama? Katara de la Catalano says you know how wealthy I am? Why was the Allahu taala the wealthy? He's from royalty. Basically, he's the nephew of Abu Jamal. I've talked about it previously. The Allahu talana was like a diplomat, a delegate before Islam. So he says, I have a lot of money. I'm more money than pretty much anybody you know. He says, I will give you half my money. What are you so worried about? Please don't go with them. their friends, their brothers. They've made higit all together. Right? So he says please Don't go. Don't do this. So he says I have to go
for about a year Ella and Mr. Obama, he ended up going with them. So he says that
when he ended up going he's Amaro the Allahu taala and who said to him, am I called for Ultima Fanta for hood? naka de la de Fein. Hanako najiba tune The Loon. Folsom Baja, for in rubber coming up, homie Raven. fungerar leha he says at the very least, oh my god, Allahu taala told him my brother at the very least do this much. Take my camera. My camera is extremely obedient and very fast. And Swift. It's a it's an awesome camel. He says, Take my camel. So at the very least, if you start feeling doubtful, you feel like you know these people got something up their sleeve, they have bad intentions. You can get away from there quickly. So he says okay, so abou Jahan, and had it been a
sham and I Ashura the Allahu taala on who they leave Medina and they're on their way back to Makkah. A little while later, Abu Jad says to me says my camel, you know, we came all the way and we're heading right back my camel starting to slow down a lot. It's very uncomfortable to sit on. Can we just switch for just a little bit
and I just need some rest. From my camera. It's not very comfortable. So he says, Okay, fine. You know, since you're on his people, he says, Sure, no problem fine. As soon as he says that we set the camels down and we got down from the camels has been a sham and Abuja has jumped on me. pin me down and tied me up restraint, you know, basically tied me up and then they put me on to the camel, tied the camel to there
cammo and took me back to Makkah as a prisoner. And when I got back to Makkah, they basically locked me up. Amaro the Allahu jalon, who said that for coonan aku lyac Bala la who Mim
Mim and if that annato button, we can you do to Luna ironically and foresee him
making his own I told you was something that was mandatory for the Sahaba radi Allahu talana. And anyone who did not make the hegira like, as long as you know, there wasn't some serious health or whatever concern, but people who are not willing to make the Higgs at all didn't make it for financial reasons, or they were just afraid or whatever the case was. He says our understanding of that was these were people who had fitna in their eemaan These were people of weak faith. And there was a lot of talk they started to say about themselves, people like I ash and a sham who were kept back and others as well. They started saying that Allah will not accept our repentance. Allah will
not forgive us for this for not making the heads rather migration and listening to a lightness messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and we started saying that about them as well. Until the profits a lot he said when he reached Medina, Allah subhanaw taala revealed the IRS put Yeah, Eva de la Vina a Seraph, who Allah unfussy him la Kannada Marathi la in the La Jolla. Nova Jamia in
Allah subhanaw taala revealed the ayah that say oh my slaves yeah anybody a Latina, a sir for Allah and for the ones who have done wrong amongst themselves against themselves those people who have prevented themselves from realizing their own Deen and their their own amandla tokonoma Rahmatullah do not lose hope in the mercy of Allah. Now you see specifically why this ayah talks about the mercy of a lion not the forgiveness of Allah, because it talks about the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala not only because the mercy is of course representative in the means of the forgiveness, but it specifically also says do not lose hope in the mercy of Allah, that the mercy of Allah might still
come to your aid in your rescue, and you might be given away to still make it out of this circumstance and be able to make the migration. Not only will ALLAH forgive you but Allah subhanho wa Taala will grant you the ability to realize your deen Don't lose hope in the mercy of Allah in the lie of Pharaohs unova Jamia Allah subhanaw taala most definitely is fully capable of forgiving all of the sins of a person in the whole world for him. He most definitely and only he is constantly forgiving and constantly merciful.
amarante Allahu taala who says that i when i when these are the prophecies on recited desire to us, I wrote this idea down with my own hands for contempt to be ready for contempt to habia de I wrote this idea down with my own hands. We're about to be heard Elijah Milhouse. That's the name of the Haitian that we were talking about. He moved into the house. He says I sent it to a sham collocation fella attorney john too
busy to be the one who sorry to be happy he was overdue for when I had to go to Alabama for him Neha, for ultra low feed of Allahu taala lb Anna, Anji Latina or female, Nana poofy and fusina when you call Athena? He Shama the Allahu taala, who says Amaro de la Catalano, who said that I wrote this ayah down and I sent it to my brother he Shawn, who had been held back and not allowed to make the hegira. And he Sham says when I received this letter from Omar, the Allahu taala. No, I read this ayah. And every day in the morning, because they were keeping watch on me, but still, you know, I was able to move about in a certain area, I go and climb up onto a hill and I would sit on the
hill, just thinking about my situation. And then I would come back down in the evening from the hill. And he says, All day long when I'd go up the hill, I'd sit up there and I'd read this ayah over and over and over again. And then I would come back down from the hill at the end of the day. And I still didn't understand what the connection, why he sent this to me.
Like meaning my just heart wasn't embracing this desire. He says until I made to Allah for him Neha. And so we learn from the Sahaba radi Allahu talana, that we have to make dua to Allah subhanaw taala to give us the reality and the understanding of the Quran, he says, I finally prayed to realize that Allah please give me the reality of this give me the understanding of this. He says until my heart found contentment and peace and tranquility and satisfaction in the fact that this ayah was about me.
And about what we were thinking about ourselves, and what people were saying about us, that Allah had for Allah had opened his doors of forgiveness and his mercy for us. And I started reading the I am praying to Allah subhanaw taala and he says until and I kept reading and praying and asking Allah for forgiveness and kept reading desire and
Till that time finally came where I was able to go and join the prophets a lot SLM in Al Madina munawwara now, the story gets even more interesting from here
because the story mentions that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
requested in Medina when the Prophet system reach Medina, the prophets, a lot of them knowing about a sham. Bonilla asked and knowing about iosh been a bit obeah and probably Amara, the Allahu taala, who told the prophets a lot he said that I had two brothers, two other people with me. One never was able to make the journey. The other one made the journey and then was tricked into going back and taking prisoner. There are still a lot they're still stuck over there. But they're good solid believers, but they're stuck. So the prophets a lot he said him said, who will help me
who will help me with in regards to a sham been been asked. And I asked Robbie who helped me when he been bullied. This is the brother of Khalid bin Walid, when he'd been bullied, radi Allahu taala who said, I will get a pseudo Allah, I'll take care of this. When even when he says that, I went back to Makkah quietly, I snuck into Mecca. And he says, you know, he was he was just like his brother. He was a very, you know, skilled fighter, very brave man. So he says I snuck in. And I saw a woman, when I got snuck into MCI saw a woman who was carrying like, you know, water and some food and this and that, around the area where I heard that they were keeping them, but I didn't know exactly where
they were. So I asked this woman, she seemed like, you know, like a servant. So I asked her, where are you going? And she said, Oh, they're these two guys. They got locked up here somewhere. And they gave me this food and water and said, take it to them. I said, Oh, okay, that's interesting, and just pretended like I was minding my own business. And I just kind of like, you know, followed her, and, you know, kind of checked out where they were keeping these two guys. And until she gave him food, water, or whatever, and she left.
So he says, I approached this place, and it was, it was basically four walls. They were really high walls. But it didn't have a roof. It didn't have a ceiling. And they were inside, they're tied up.
So he says, you know, being having the ability to do so I scaled the wall. He says I first what I did was I took some rocks, I found some rocks. And I you know, I let them know where you guys you know, move away from the wall. And I threw the rocks in there. And then I climbed up on the wall, I was able to climb up on the wall using my sword. And I jumped over into where they were being kept. I tied, you know, I cut up their restraints.
And then I stacked up the rocks. And I told him get on top of these rocks and jump over the wall. And they both went one after another and then I joined them. And then I had an animal ready. And all three of us wrote our way back to Medina and the Sahaba radi Allahu talanoa talk about the scene that when they arrived into Medina, he Shamblin Alas, because they had been kept prisoner and probably tortured and beaten during the time he Sham in the US and is meant to be robbia they were writing on the animal and actually didn't believe there are the Allahu taala anime Allah be pleased with him was holding the rope of the camel walking it along. And he brought his brothers back to
Medina. So this is a story of all the difficulty and the adversity that people were going through. This is what it was taking, in order for people to be able to go to Medina just to be able to live as Muslims openly publicly safe
and have the freedom the ability to practice their Deen their religion. These are blessings that we cannot take for granted. It's very easy to take it for granted. I am the most guilty of this we don't under when we're born into a situation we lived our whole life in a situation where there's no obstacle no oppression, no intrusion, no obstruction to practicing our Deen we take these blessings for granted. But look what these people have to go through. And then also you see the element of community the willingness to sacrifice for one another. Well, even when he you know puts his own life into danger in order to be able to bring his brothers back.
The the lat the one very interesting thing that's mentioned is that
as well even Waleed was kind of holding the rope of the camel walking them along over time, you know, the rope must have been kind of tearing up his hand after a while, and you know, causing a little bit of rope burn or whatever. After some time He looked at his hand and he noticed that his finger was bleeding. And this is a very famous poem when even when he said when he looked down at his finger, he said hello
Empty is empty Illa Osborn dimity or feasable Allahu Allah. He says You're nothing but a finger that is bleeding, and what whatever difficulty or pain is coming upon you is happening in the path of Allah. So it's more than worth it. Hello aunty Illa Osborn, Dimitri or feasability, lackey mana PT. A similar story like this, and we'll probably end with this mention of this incident. This is a very famous incident whenever we talk about the hits that are that migration, and this is the story of suhaib or Rumi, by the Allahu taala. On who, who was a Roman who had come as an immigrant to Makkah and settled there in Makkah. So he was a Muslim, a believer, very early believer. He says himself
that when I made the intention to migrate
when I made the intention to leave Mecca, and I started kind of preparing, gathering my things together.
Some of the leaders of courage found out that that was my intention.
So they came to me and they said at a tena, Sulu, can happy happy you came to us as a poor lowly man, for castorama leukeran den our Bella Bella the BAFTA cinema to read wonderful JB Malika when you came to us as a poor lowly, you know, wander,
you know, just a vagabond, just a traveler, you came to us and then you settled down here and you Mashallah, you know, like you, you got a lot of wealth and a lot of money You did really well for yourself, you basically, you know, thrived in our community and our society. Now you think you're just gonna pack up and take all your money and just leave just like that, and that's how this works. It doesn't work that way.
So he said that, they said, We're lucky enough to know, Danica we're not gonna let you do that. For Carla who suhaib a tune in Jarl Tula Kamali says Well, what about if I gave you all of my money
to hollowness ability, then would you let me go you're gonna have all my money and all the every last single penny I've ever made here, which was quite a bit he had done very well for himself. He says you can have all of it just get out of my way and let me go. They said Sure. No problem. That sounds fine with that. That's fine by us. For any hotjar chilla Kumar, he says you can have all my money. He then talks about that I made the hidden or I made the migration. When I reached the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. In one narration, he says the Prophet when I reached into the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was still at the place of full bow. So we haven't talked about
the nature of the prophets a lot of them we're going to talk about that in the next session. But when the profits a lot these are made the heads rather migration when you reached you know instead of going directly on Medina to Nevada he stopped in Oba and he stayed for a number of days October which we'll talk about how many days exactly that was. So he says the profits are still at football meaning it just reached here and I joined in behind me says my intention was to try to you know go along with the profits of some but this whole situation with the Quraysh it held me back so by the time I reached the profit zone was still at the place of Cuba. Popular anger to how well I mean how
before he went into Medina for Lama Ronnie, when the profits a lot of them saw me wondering, he said, yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, that was punia Abuja says yeah, by Robbie, Robbie, ha ha. Oh, he said, this was an amazing deal and amazing deal that you made. In another narration. He says that the Prophet of Allah Salafi Some said, Robbie, hustle. Hey, Robbie, hustle. Hey. So hey, you know made the good deal. So he made a profit so hey, one out.
He turned a profit he turned a profit. And he says for Colton rasulillah he says on messenger of Allah masaba con Elijah Hayden. He says there was nobody who left muddy who left Makkah after you before me.
So think about where it's okay. But at the time it was mine goes. This is your Rasul Allah. Nobody left maka after you but before me, because we were all keeping tabs on each other. After you I was the next person to leave. So there's no way possible for you to know about what transpired with me. While my Baraka illegible.
That means gibreel alehissalaam told you about my situation. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said yes.
And so So hey, what are the Allahu taala immediately thought of that?
And this is what they prided themselves on. This is what they were encouraged by. They had also la jabril Ali Salaam would come and tell you about me lowly old me.
I did nothing. I gave up a few pennies. A few dollar him a few than I need
for the sake of the deen of Allah subhanaw taala but the prophets Allah
saddam said the years sacrifice was appreciated by Allah. And gibreel Ali Salam came in informed me of your sacrifice. But again to contextualize even those who hate on the Allahu Allahu is a lot more excited by the fact that you believe Allison's talking about me. Even though he's more excited about the fact we need to still understand and appreciate. This is a man who literally took the keys to his car, the the to his house, the title of his car, his bank account, he took everything and put it all on the table and he said, Take all of it
and then went empty handed to Medina.
Because getting to worship Allah subhanaw taala and be this by the side of Russia. Lysa Luddism is worth more to me than all the money in this world. You can have all of it and he made that sacrifice. And
the scholars of the Sierra mentioned by name many of the other individuals, you know who made the his random migration we won't go through all of their names, but Hamza bin Abdul muttalib Zayed bin Hadith.
Abdul Rahman bin Olive obey the terminal Hadith, and many, many other notable people, Zubaydah, Lula awam, and so many other remarkable Sahaba, beloved,
beloved murabaha, blah, blah, blah, the Allahu taala, and who and so many other amazing notable Sahaba or the Allahu taala, on whom also made the hay during the migration at this time as well. And they all went there and settled into el Medina turn munawwara. The last thing I mentioned, just to kind of end on a lighter note is sohaib radi Allahu taala has a really beautiful exchange with the prophets. A lot of the times when he arrives at full bar, of course, he's come empty handed, left in a hurry. As soon as he made this business deal, he pretty much went from here, like on the table, he put everything on the table, and went straight from the table to Cuba,
when straight from here to buy dinner and go back home, didn't sleep on it, then because he said, I need to get out. While these people are so entranced by this money, that they don't think twice about me, I gotta get out of here. So he went straight away, and he had no supplies, no, nothing on him, he left everything on the table. So he finally gets to Cuba, very tired, very hungry. famish You know, all of that very, of course, excited and relieved to see the beautiful face of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. But then, of course, the prophets, a lot of them also seeing his situation and circumstance, you know, tells him come in, have a seat and sit down. And, you know, he
says, you know, bring him some water, bring him some food. And so according to the tradition in the culture, they bring water, they bring dates. So hey, what are the Allahu talana, who had like an infection in his eye? And typically, you know, I don't know if this still stands true or not, you know, to ask a doctor or a physician, I have absolutely zero knowledge of this. But at that time, what their understanding was that if you had like an infection or something like this, then you shouldn't eat dates. That was their remedy for it. You need to not eat dates. If you have that, you know, sometimes that type of illness going on, and because it will aggravate it. So what are the
local talent who's starving, he's hungry, he's tired. So he starts plucking the dates and starts eating the days and the profit of a loss allottee some says, So yes,
you have this, you have an infection in your I have a sore eye, and you're eating days. And he said, jasola ly meeting it from the other eye. So the prophet SAW Some even laughed, he says, I remember the prophet SAW some laughing like I made him laugh. And he said, that's just such a memorable moment for me, to be able to make it to be saved to be sitting in front of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam, and to see the beautiful, shining, smiling faces, but also light allottee. So he said that made everything worth it.
These are the sacrifices these people made. Like I started off by saying, this is this is what these people were willing to sacrifice. But this is what they were sacrificing for. What level of inconvenience Are we willing to tolerate, put up with or deal with, in order to be able to put our face on the ground before Allah subhanaw taala in order to be able to learn about the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, in order to be able to live life like the messengers allottee some because remember,
the prophet of Allah sallallahu Sallam taught us that a person will be with whomsoever He loves, and my mom and I had.
And if we practice we try, we strive to love a lightness messengers a lot he said them, and we're willing to inconvenience ourselves, make little sacrifices here and there. Little. Sometimes like in my case, I can't even call it a sacrifice. It's an inconvenience if I'm willing to inconvenience myself, to develop the level of aligners messengers a lot is from the hope that you are the prayer is Allah subhanaw taala I will have the blessing and the opportunity to be with a lightness messenger Salallahu alaihe salam in the life of the hereafter. May Allah subhanaw taala grant us all that dignity that honor that blessing Subhana Allah He will be hungry he Subhana columbium dek
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