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The Physical Features of the Prophet (pbuh) Pt 2


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In these podcasts, we uncover one chapter after another from the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, in an attempt to learn about him, to love him, and to better ourselves through his example, immersion, mentorship, companionship and tibia. These are just a few of the things we offer, alongside knowledge of the prophetic Biography at the Syrah intensive, two weeks dedicated to the study of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and his noble characteristics. So this winter, join me in Dallas, Texas, alongside your classmates from all over the world, to learn the story of the life of the best of humanity, the ultimate mercy to mankind. The Prophet Muhammad

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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given him the love of salatu salam ala rasulillah you Allah, Allah, he was actually he as marine

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shala continuing with our study of the Shema in mohammedia, the

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study of the prophetic personality

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will be we're still in the first chapter where it describes the physical. It is the physical description of the prophets a lot he sent him Babu ma Jaffe, healthy Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And we'll be starting with Hadeeth number eight

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Hadeeth number eight is a very lengthy Hadeeth. And pretty much out of the remainder of the ahaadeeth of this chapter, it probably has the most it has the newer details or

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it also has more of the unique vocabulary probably out of all the different narrations that we've looked at so far. So this particular Hadeeth will take us some time. So just ask you to be patient in sha Allah, and kind of keep up with the narration itself. Before I actually start the before I read that Ethan began the translation and an explanation of the terms and the concepts that are mentioned here in this particular narration. There was one thing I wanted to qualify. One thing I wanted to explain about the chain of narration itself. So in the chain of narration, Mama Timothy Rahim Allahu taala. After it goes back to a certain point, it then says of Bharani Raja no min

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Benita min min, what are the Avi holla zoji Khadija.

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So what it mentions here is that

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this narration comes by rout of a man from Blue Tamim, who was one of the

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children one of the offspring of the husband of Khadija, the Allahu taala, and whose name was Abu Hala.

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And so then he goes on to say, you can add about Dylan his nickname was about Abdullah and he narrated from the son of ohana, who narrates from hasn't been Ali, who goes on to then say I asked my uncle Hindi, even a behala. Now want me to go ahead and explain what this is referencing what this refers to a boo holla was the previous husband of Khadija the Allahu taala.

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And Khadija rhodiola. Before she married the prophets a lot he said him he passed away for the job of the Allahu Allah Allah had a son

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from that husband by the name of Hindi. Hindi is one of those names that was a unisex name amongst the Arabs, both men and women would have that name. So he was named hynd been a behala Hindi even a behala. And so this is the son of Khadija rhodiola and her when the prophets a lot of these are married Khadija about the Allahu taala on her he was still young, and the prophets a lot of them actually did raise him He is known as the Rabi wannabe sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he is the child brought up by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And so as the rules of even Maha Diem and relationships in Sharia are concerned, when a man and a woman marry one another, and they might have

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children from previous marriages, they basically become their stepchild, and any children that are then born out of that second marriage, they are siblings of one another, obviously, because they share a parents. So Fatima, radi Allahu taala and had the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam her mother is Khadija. This boy Hynde, his mother is also Khadija they have different fathers who holla and Rasulullah Salafi sympathy share mothers, and so they were half siblings. They were half siblings. And that's why Hussein Bin Ali Hussein no

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Allahu anhu the son of God and fathima That's why he says I asked my uncle hinden Alright, so this is his uncle. So just in case somebody kind of comes across in the translation, the husband of Khadija that might throw someone off that might not be aware of that fact. And that's to kind of explain the entire relationship before we even get started. So I'll go ahead and read the Hadith now, this is handy number eight, feminine. tala mama telemedia Rahim Allahu taala had the Santa Sofia Nobunaga Kia and Bella had us and as you may or may not have now Abdul Rahman Allah allegedly in LA and Alena Ming kitabi Allah Akbar Ani Raja min bonito meme. Meanwhile, at the abbey halacha

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get the oh man Lucky me salami.

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So, to give a very basic translation of it

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hasn't been earlier the Allahu Allah Allah, the grandson of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, I asked my uncle

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hin been a behala radi Allahu anhu about the noble features of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he had often he was very good at describing things in general. And I wanted him to describe the profits a lot. He said them to me in a way that I could really understand and hold on to that I could visualize. He said that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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was a man of great qualities and he was greatly admired by others. His face glowed like the full moon. He was a slightly he was taller than average. But he was shorter than an extremely or strangely tall person.

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He had a moderately large head, His hair was curly, and if his hair became parted, then he let it park in the middle. Otherwise he himself would not intentionally park his hair.

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When his hair grew longer, it would curl

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Around the lobes of his ears, his ear lobes. The Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a very bright or very clear complexion.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a very open forehead.

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He had very dense or thick eyebrows.

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They were separated. He had very dense and thick eyebrows, and there was, but the eyebrows were separate, and they did not meet one another in the middle. There was a vein between them, they used to expand when he would become angry. His nose was very prominent, and there was almost as if there was a light that used to emanate from it. When someone would look at him at first without taking a closer look. The nose would seem very large, but it was not large. His beard was very thick. The pupil of his eyes was dark in color.

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His cheeks were very, rather there's not a mention of the people here.

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His nose it mentioned that was very prominent, and there was like a light emanating from it. And if somebody looked at him without taking a closer look, than they would think that his nose was large, his beard was very thick. His cheeks were very clean, very clear. His mouth was open. He had a larger mouth, and his teeth were very straight.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam had a very thin line of hair that went from his chest down to his navel. His neck was very prominent was very clean. It was almost as if it was carved out of silver. The prophets a lot of them had a very moderate to build. He was somebody who was of a good build and seemed like he was very strong. The profits a lot he sums chest and his stomach were in a straight line, meaning that he did not have a belly that protruded the profits a lot. He someone had a very wide chest he was wide chested. His shoulders were very far apart. He had very strong joints.

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unworldly motor jeredy. This is translated in two ways, either when he removed his clothes, it was as if his body had a glow to it, or to say that he did not have a lot of hair on his body and it was as if his body glowed.

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There was his chest and his navel was connected by a line of hair that used to run from his chest to his navel is the remainder of his chest and his belly did not have any hair. Aside from that. He did have a little bit of hair at the top of his shoulders and at the top of his chest.

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Though we lose them they need

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his forearms were very long. His hands were very wide, his palms were wide. He seemed very sure handed and sure footed. His fingers were very were long. His feet had art arches, his feet were arched, and his feet were not cracked or broken. So that when water would flow over them, the water would flow right off like his feet were clean and they were not cracked.

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Eva Zana Zola Cola, and when he would walk, when he would raise his feet to walk, he would, he would raise them completely. Like he had a very brisk walk, a very sure walk. He didn't drag his feet, so to speak. When he would walk, he would lean slightly forward and he would walk with a certain gentility.

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He would take very large steps, and while he was walking, he would be leaning forward, it seemed like he was on a decline. When he turned to someone, he would turn completely. He would lower his gazes, he would look more towards the ground, and he would look towards the sky. Most of the time, when you saw him looking at something or you looked at him, it seemed like he was deeply in thought he would make the companion he would make his companions walk in front of him. And whoever he met, he was the first to say Salaam to them.

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So, this is a basic translation of this particular narration, as you can tell, it is a very, very intricate or detailed narration.

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Now to explain some of the essential parts of it or some of the description here.

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Might warrant some extra explaining. First and foremost, of course, I explained to him the A B, A, B holla. is and what his relationship to Hassan are saying that the Allahu taala on who is now one of the things or has another Allahu Allahu excuse me, has said about the Allahu taala. And who was at the tender age of eight, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away. He is the grandson of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was oftentimes described as being somebody who very much was like the prophets a lot, he semones mannerisms that has another Allahu taala. And he was very eloquent in his speech. He was very powerful when he spoke. And so he was described as

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oftentimes reminding people of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he did, of course, spend a lot of time, not just in the company of the prophets, a lot of them but literally in the lap of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam, as a prophet sessom had a lot of love for his grandchildren, and he would carry them and sit with them and spend time with them. But all of that being said, he was only eight years old when the Prophet talathi son passed away. So you can see that has some of the Allahu taala and has this desire that I want to complete that mental image I have of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So he said, I went to my uncle, who spent a lot more time in the company of the

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profits of lobbyists. And from way back in the day, from the time when the profits a lot of his own was a young man of 25 years old. My uncle knew him longer than even my father knew him. I lira the Allahu taala. And who knew the Profit System since after that. So he said, My uncle was one of the people that I knew, who had known the profits allowed him for the longest amount of time and lived in his home. So I went to my uncle, and I said, describe him to me. And then he says, what kind of was soften? He says that he was what kind of was soften and he had been obese a lot. He said, he was very good at describing the description of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And so what that

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means is that number one,

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Hindi radi Allahu taala, anhu was, first of all, somebody who again was very articulate, as you can obviously tell from the language that he's using. He was a very articulate person. And secondly, because he has spent so much time in such a prolonged time throughout the entire life of the prophets a lot. He said, I'm observing him, he had a very good memory and a mental image of what the prophets allottee some look like. So he was the best person for this one, the very nuanced points that some of the scholars in the Mojave film they mentioned about this narration

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is you also see the eloquence of Hassan or the Allahu taala. And who he says what kind of was soften, and he could have said, I'm helping to be sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was very good at describing the physical description of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was very good at detailing the physical description of the problem, but he didn't use the word Hulk use the word helia. Hillier usually refers to like jewelry or adornment decoration.

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And he's referring to the physical description of the profits as them as the decoration of the profits. A lot of them asked to say everything about the profits a lot, a salon was breathtaking. And everything about him was beautiful. And so he goes on to say that I asked him and I wanted him to describe him to me, and uses an interesting word to unlock will be here that I could latch on to. I wanted him to describe them to me in such a way that I could latch on to it, I could hold on to it, I could never let go of it. I wanted to understand it. I wanted to develop complete that mental image. I wanted to memorize it, I wanted to learn it and I wanted to be able to keep it in my mind

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for the rest of my life. Alright, so you can see the love that he asked for the profits a lot determine how he's talking about it.

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Now, he goes into the description and a very appropriately look at the very first thing that hindon mentions. He says kind of man, he was an admirable admirable man. He was a great man. He was a man of remarkable qualities, great qualities. And then he said more common and he was his greatness was recognized was identified. Like his greatness with some something that everyone accepted in a

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you know, appreciated.

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He says that his face was radiant, his face would glow. Like the radiance of the full moon on the nights like the radiance of the moon on the night of the full moon lay a little better refers to the middle of the month when the moon is full. He said that's what the face of the prophets elevation was like in terms of its radiance, its beauty, and your inability to take your eyes off of the face of the prophets Allah de Sena.

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He said that he was a little bit taller than the average person but what occidental Michel Michel dub refers to somebody who is not only very tall but also very frail or very thin. Typically, if somebody is very tall and very thin at the same time, we oftentimes will describe them as lanky.

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They're they're tall. They're their height or their their tallness, if you will, is something that becomes very obvious and almost kind of strange about them. They're very lanky. And he says that profits are lovely. someone's not so tall where he seemed lanky, or he seemed like he was not very coordinated. But sometimes at the same time when people get very, very tall, they seem to be less coordinated. Alright? Or that's at least what I tell myself. All right. And then he says ali-mohammadi, right that again, I talked about this before the prophets alongside his head was very prominent, not to say that he had a large head, but he's everyone's very prominent, again, because

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as he describes it, he had a very open forehead and he had long hair. So his head was very prominent, right honorable. His hair was slightly wavy or slightly curly, like you would curl up at the bottom, he had like lots of hair. And then he says that if his hair would kind of fall apart, because it was long, when it would, if it would fall apart in the middle, he would leave it but he would not specifically sit there and parted in the middle.

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He says that his hair, when it when the profits of medicine did grow it out long, it would curl up around his ear lobes, as we've talked about, as her alone, that the profits a lot of them had a very clear complexion. And that doesn't mean fair or whites complexion, because we've already talked about that, that he had a certain color, Jim, he wasn't very pale or whites. He wasn't very dark either in a very medium complexion. But one of the things in the following narrations as well that we're going to see is it talks about the fact that the prophets a lot of them had a very clear had very clear skin. He didn't have a lot of blemishes on his skin, he had very clear skin.

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Yes, then he describes that the prophets a lot he said, I'm had an open forehead, like his forehead seemed very wide and vast, like a very open forehead. And that's why it was from the Sunnah of the prophet SAW some of that even when he would cover his head, as you often would with a turban. Right, the prophets, a lot of him would leave his forehead open, he would leave his forehead open, he would not cover up his forehead. All right.

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Essentially, his eyebrows are very, like thick, very dense.

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At the same time, though, they were separated.

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Few ladies out and in so I did feel a bit odd. I mean, they were separated, they were not joined in the middle. Between them, there was a vein here that would protrude when the profits a lot of a sudden became very passionate about something, uses the word angry, but not so much angry more so in the process and became very passionate, very serious about something that vein would protrude in his forehead. And this is this is gonna seem a little bit off topic. But the scholars even mentioned the wisdom of it, that specifically when you would even be upset about something that vein would protrude before he would even say something. And the scholars mentioned the wisdom of it, because

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there's a hadith as well, where the profits a lot some talks about the anger of the profits, and how a profit being angry with his people is not good for his people, because profits are given such in, they are given such patience and forbearance by Allah subhanaw taala they are not very easily perturbed or disturbed. And when profits do become very angry or upset, it is usually due to some serious or very egregious conduct on the part of the people. And so the scholars talk about the fact that the profits along with them having a physical feature like this vein, bulging in his forehead, before, when you would start to become upset about something was almost I was a blessing for the

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companions, not the loved one whom, so that if they were doing something or saying something that was very disturbing to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, that it was not correct, that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that vein would bulgin, the Sahaba would take that as a notification of, we need to slow it down here for a second, we need to correct our course of action. So before the prophets, a lot of him could even say anything. Right? And that just goes to show you again, the wisdom of Allah subhanaw taala that were able to observe and even the physical structure of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He goes on to say that the prophets, a lot of them had a very prominent nose. And there was it was almost as if there was like a light emanating from it. Now, what does that exactly mean? There's a lot of discussion. A lot of the scholars talk about this. There are some folks and some individuals that have speculated based on this, that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu Sallam literally had like a light,

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like a physical, actual literal light that would emanate from him that like if you're in a dark room where it would like illuminate the room, but that is not accurate.

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The reason for that and that again, so a lot of times

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We get overly emotional or we attach our sentiments to the incorrect ideas.

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Right that somehow taking that away somebody might interpret it as a disrespect to the profits alleged. Oh, you don't love the brother? Why do you hate the profits a lot? Right? Somebody might turn it into some weird twisted mentality. It doesn't take anything away from the profit zone. It's just a consideration of the facts. Right the profits are seldom is remarkable

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because of everything, but that are Eamon in the profits, a lot of him isn't necessarily tied to the fact whether or not he actually physically emanated lights, like lit up a dark room or not. Right. And there's narrations which countered this fact, there's a narration of a shadow the Allahu taala Anka, who says that the prophets a lot of a sudden was when normally the prophets, a lot of them would pray his PA, normally he would pray his tahajjud it's beyond within the apartment of the prophets a lot. He said on one time he, but at the apartment was very small. So a lot of times in praying there, he would inconvenience shadow, the Allahu taala. And how that when he would go into

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servitude, he would have to move her feet out of the way. And then she would pull up her legs, and then when the and then she would pull them back out when the profits a lot of them stood back up into the arm again. And it was very inconvenient. So the profits a lot. He said one day to praise him, he went into the machine.

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When he went into the machine, I shout out the Allahu taala. And he says I woke up and I was just worried because it was very, it was not normal. You normally prayed there in the apartment. So I wanted to make sure everything was okay. So she says I came out in the masjid to look for him, but it was the middle of the night. And there was no light in the masjid. And so it was so dark, I couldn't find him. So I started kind of moved, I didn't want to run into him. So I was kind of fiddling around with my hand. And the profits. A lot of these was praying right inside the machines right outside of the apartment. So I shadowed the Allahu taala. And I could find him if she needed

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him. So she said, I started fiddling around with my hand and I couldn't see anything. And then my hand landed on his foot. And then I realized that he was there praying.

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And so again, if the prophet SAW someone's physically emanating lights, and why wouldn't have eyeshadow, the Allahu taala, and has been able to see him just glowing there in the dark. Very literally no, seriously. And so for that reason, this neuron laahu neuron, yada, yada, Lou, doesn't mean that he actually physically was emanating some lights, what it just means is that we say in the English language as well, that somebody has a glow to them. All right, that doesn't mean they're radioactive, it just means that they they they look radiant, they look very beautiful. They look very breathtaking. You can't take your eyes off of them, so on so forth. So the prophets a lot of

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very prominent nose and they're in the center of his face. It was almost like you were like, just constantly your eyes would go to his face all the time. All right. So that's what it means.

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Going forward. Now, he then goes he goes on to say that the nose of the processor was prominent, and if you kind of glanced at him quickly, you would think that his nose is very large. But when you looked you realize that his nose was not. It almost seemed like he had kind of like his, the bone in his nose protruded. But when you actually looked at him, you realize that was not the case. All right. He then goes on to say carefully, he had the profits a lot, he might have very thick beard. All right, the profits a lot. He said them. Well, we'll be reading more about the beard of the profits a lot. He's somebody who was not extremely short. The beard of the process of at the same

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time was not extremely long lived down to his test. He had a very average sized beard. But the thing about his beard was that it was not like he didn't have patches in it, or it wasn't very like kind of thin or scattered, where you could see through it. It was just very like solid like it was a very thick, nice beard. But at the same time while his beard was thick, that's usually a sign of somebody having a lot of hair on their face. But at the same time, his beard did not extend all the way up on his cheeks. His cheeks were very clean and clear and he didn't have to shave them or anything. They naturally were just very clean.

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He goes on to say that the prophets a lot of them had a wide mouth. I mean, he didn't have a very small mouth. He had a very wide mouth that when you would smile you could see like when he would open his mouth he could see the teeth of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi Salaam, Muslims and a snarling

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Muslim as Nan refers to the fact that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he had very light straight teeth. His teeth were very straight.

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He then goes on to describe

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the clinical masoumeh we've talked about this that he had that thin line of hair that went down from his chest to his navel. Got a nanaka huji do doumbia chin free so far in fifth buddy. He says that the neck of the prophets a lot of them looked like it was carved. Like he was just yet definition

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All right, yeah definitions like his neck was very straight very clean. All right. And it seemed like it was almost like it was carved out. And then he says fee sulphide infill Bucky indeed not just look like it was carved out at same time it was very clean, and it looked like it was carved out of silver it was solid. And it gave again that impression of just strength.

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He goes on to mention that more traditional Hulk, of course, we've talked about this the profits, a lot of him was a very moderate average build. By the dawn. He was not very thin, right, he had a certain amount of you know, he was he'd seen strong mood domestic mood. tamasic rather also means somebody who's very strong, very sure footed. Alright. And then he describes that the profits a lot he assumes chest and his stomach were aligned, that the profits allowed him did not have a belly. The Prophet says it was somebody who was in good shape the profits a lot a Sam's chest was also very wide. And it describes again, that his shoulders were also very broad, which we've talked about

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before, his joints were very thick, meaning that he was very strong looking. And we're all mutagen ready. And we're on maturity. Again, this is something I explained in the translation as well, that the Prophet of Allah salatu salam, when he would remove his clothes, it seemed like almost again, like he had like a glow to him. Like he had a very he he maintained himself, he was very clean, he was very well taken care of.

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He goes on to say that his chest and his navel were joined by that thin line of hair that went down. But aside from that, the rest of his chest and his belly, he didn't have a lot of hair on there.

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Aside from a little bit of hair that he had, maybe on his shoulders, and a little bit of hair that he had on the top of his chest.

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He goes on to say that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had long for arms, all right long for arms, again, another sign of strength. His palm was very wide. Like when you shook your hand, right? You had a good, he had a good handshake.

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And again, he describes the profits a lot of something very sure handed and sure footed. He said that he had long fingers, the profits, a lot of them had long fingers.

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He then describes that the fact that the profit zone had arches in his feet, like and that's a way to describe the Profit System seemed like he was athletic.

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The profits a lot of them seemed like he was athletic. Mercy who are the main

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and again, this describes the fact that the profit system used to take care of himself, his feet were not cracked and dirty. Like they were not just like they didn't have a lot of cracks in them. They weren't just covered with dirt all the time, but he used to clean his feet properly. And that would of course was also because of when the profits allowed him That's why he was the son of the profits. A lot of them when he would do will do. Of course, you know, not just for the food I eat five times a day. But for any other type of a Baba or worship or recitation of the Quran, whenever you would do will do the prophets a lot of some sadhana was a Dalek, he would actually rubbed his

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feet, he would rub his hands he would rub his feet he would use will do as an opportunity to properly clean himself as well. Right so properly, the promises he didn't make, we'll do like in a hurry. So much so that his feet were cleaned that if you pour water, the water would flow off.

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And when he walked now this is describing zealous Allah Allah and this has translated always in very strange ways that when he raised his feet to walk, he raised them very, you know, strongly or very quickly. What it moreso means is that the profits allowed him didn't drag his feet when you walked.

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Right, this again, it's not a good quality. The profits allowed him when he walked he would raise his feet and walk properly good, either good character, right? He walked like an adult, he wouldn't shuffle his feet when drag his feet around.

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And when he walked, it was as if he was leaning forward again. And he walked with a certain amount of gentleness or humility, as described in sort of two photon in the Puranas. Well, why bother of Manila? The name Shula, Allah, the honan, wamc, honan, used to walk with humility, and the prophets allottee. Some when he took steps, he took larger steps. Again, not in a funny manner. Right. It didn't look like he was doing lunges when he walked. Right. But at the same time, he took like good sized steps, alright. And when he walked again, it was like he was standing on a decline where he was slightly leaning forward. When he turned to face someone who would turn and face them

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completely. We talked about this in a lot of detail. He would keep his eyes lowered, his gaze is lowered and of course this is a command in the Quran as well.

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That huddle, basa Palermo Mina,

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Mina to

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Allah subhanho wa Taala tells the prophets a lot to advise both men and women of from amongst the believers, male and female believers to lower their gazes. And so, obviously, because of the context in Sudoku nude, we know that this is talking about the opposite gender, but it is not exclusively only talking about that scenario, because specifically when it comes to these types of issues, in terms of what does a lot of talk about, what does Allah say, when he talks about Xena, when I talk about boo, Xena? He doesn't A lot has no don't commit fornication. Right? But the prophets a lot of them says don't go near fornication, don't put yourself in situations that could lead to those types

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of sins. Right? So similarly here, when it talks about lowering the gazes and not inappropriately looking and gawking at member add individuals of the opposite gender in a lustful manner. Right? Overall, it just means that the best way to develop that type of practice is to generally speaking, lower your gazes. Generally speaking, you kind of keep your gazes over you're not just constantly like

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right head on a swivel.

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Right? No, you kind of keep your gaze is lower. This also benefits in another manner. The profits a lot of a sudden says man Hosni Islam will marry Turku, mala Jani, from the beauty of one's practice of the religion of Islam is literally minding your own business there are kumala yummy, leaving that which is not concerned that person minding your own business is a part of good practice of Islam.

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And again, the more you're walking around and looking around everywhere, the less you're minding your own business.

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The Prophet sallallahu I and I can give you so many so and we should talk about this as the point in the benefit of this. Another thing the prophets a lot of these some talks about is looking into someone's private area or private space without permission.

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The prophets a lot a Selim says if you look into someone's house, it is as if you barged into their house, think about how egregious it would be to barge into a stranger's house or somebody's home without permission. Just walk right in barge right in climb. Imagine how creepy it is to climb through somebody's window. All right.

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to sneak into someone's house or profits, a lot of times when you look into someone's home, that's exactly what you've done. In fact, in another narration, the prophets a lot of them said that if you if somebody was peeking into someone's home, and somebody was to take like a rock or a stick and poke their eye out, there would be no retribution in the case.

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That person who got their eye injured would have no case. Because you took away your rights when you invaded someone else's privacy.

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And privacy the Profit System is using the home as just as an example for privacy is beyond that.

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Right? If I have a personal private notebook, with my name written on it closed, and you walk up and you're like,

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that's invasion of privacy. With us today, it's a really big deal. A lot of times with the electronic devices we have, because they do contain a lot of private information, whether it be someone's phone, or laptop or tablet or whatever it may be that opening it up and taking a look through it is invasion of someone's privacy.

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Right and we see that with the electron now you see the wisdom of keeping your gazes lowered minding your own business. Because a lot of times somebody can be sitting there reading something or reading a text message on their phone. If you're one of those people who's always kind of looking around and you start looking at someone else's text messages. Now you invaded that person's privacy, and then they look over their shoulder and they're like, what, right? And then it becomes a whole issue that could be avoided by you minding your own business and keeping your gazes lowered. And then in the Quran, as well as kind of what Allah when he talks about the issue of spying on other people while

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at the Justice who do not spy on one another. There is what he could attain in another recitation, it says, Well, I had to hustle. While at the justice you will have to hustle.

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which literally means that do not look at other people's things. Don't eavesdrop on other people don't look at other people's private things.

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Right? Keep your gazes out of people's business, keep your ears out of people's business.

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Alright, so this is what's what we learned from the profits alarmism is normally he kept his gazes lowered. He was somebody that was minding his own business.

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It goes on to say that Navarro who in an earthworm another he last summer.

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There His eyes were lowered more than they were raised up to the sky even that means when he would raise his eyes up to the sky, whether it was in anticipation

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Have ye, but he would keep his gazes lowered more. And there's a very profound point about this. He received divine revelation. If it's okay for anyone to be looking up at the sky all the time, it's the messengers a lot.

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But the prophets of autism understood and is teaching us that what he from Allah will come when ye from Allah comes, well mana Tennyson Illa be umbrella.

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As the angel say, we do not descend we don't come right, except by the command of our Lord.

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we only come down by the command of our Lord. Right when I dodged a bill for anemia probably about la Cava who put up is it near a man?

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Don't rush don't become impatient and anticipating. Don't become impatient and waiting for revelation to come to you before it's appropriate fix time, meaning there is a fixed time for when revelation comes through comes to you don't become impatient. Rather, if you start to feel some anxiety or some anticipation for a revelation to come. What are you supposed to do? My job is in the IMA. And when making.

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When worshiping alarm, the gazes are lowered.

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So looking up actually could even be misinterpreted as being impatient, being hasty, hasty, being disrespectful, even

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right? But more so be humble. You want to attract the mercy of Allah will humble yourself and we all know the greatest form of worship before Allah subhanaw taala and for us a salami Raja min the greatest way for us to communicate with the life Salah Where are we supposed to keep our gazes in Salah?

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multiattribute. At the place of such don't keep your eyes lowered on the ground humble. And the most beloved position the closest we are to allies when we are in sujood where our faces on the ground? How can you be looking up in your faces on the ground? Right? So that's the humility of the slave and that's what we're being taught. So even though the prophets a lot of them received divine revelation, he was looking down more than he was staring.

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Right? And there's a profound lesson in that.

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He then goes on to mention julu Nava de la mula Havasu

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that this means both things that when the processor was looking at something, then he was deep in thought and contemplation, where it also means that when you whenever most of the time you looked at him, you gazed at him. He was deep in thought and reflection, right? A believer is somebody who is a deep thinker, somebody who reflects on things, processes things, right? That's a man.

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And then he says something very, very powerful. Yes, who is habba? Who He would drive his companions. There are two words in the Arabic language that you need to know when it talks about how you walk with people.

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All right, there is Yazoo, which means you drive them like you push them forward. You drive them from behind, you're pushing them from behind,

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which means that you walk with people but you walk behind them.

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The other word is Yahoo do.

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Yahoo do. Yahoo do means

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it means that you walk in front of them, you pull them along, you pull them along,

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right, so you walk in front of them.

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The thing about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is that the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did both, but in different scenarios. And we learn a lesson about what is leadership, from where, in what circumstance he did what, when he led them in Salah in prayer.

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That he stood in front of them, the Imam stands in front.

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Because that's a position of accountability before Allah subhanaw taala.

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That's another thing we misunderstand. All right. Some of our younger brothers younger, who fall in love, this is something they need to correct. Standing in front and leading prayer isn't an honor.

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It's not some like position of respect. It's a position of responsibility.

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And again, part of being part of knowledge and responsibility is also stepping forth when that responsibility is asked to view when that task is asked to view but always being conscious of the fact that this is a responsibility. This is an amount and a trust.

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It is not some privilege

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is a weight I carry on my shoulders.

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Right so he would stand in front when leading to prayer. In the battlefield, the profits, a lot of them would be in the France

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To protect people,

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but when they would travel,

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the profits, a lot of them would travel behind them

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for the purpose of taking care of the flock,

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right, making sure picking up after them making sure everything was okay, making sure nobody fell behind. Nobody trailed behind

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those who are lagging, those who are falling behind

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for whatever reason to be there for them and to keep kind of keep them moving forward.

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So he was taking care of people.

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He was their caretaker.

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And similarly, when the prophets a lot, he settled walk around just in Medina, just casually, and the Sahaba would be walking with Him, He would insist that they walk in front of him

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to not ever give that impression and the Sahaba were obviously very uncomfortable with the idea of walking in front of somebody who's like, come on, come on.

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Right, because the profits along with him did not want to create that image of here goes this great leader, or this, you know, King, and here are all the lonely subjects behind him. Even though the profits a lot he is a king of men. And I say you do not want in our life eating and I sent you the will the other my yarmulke Yama. I am the leader of all of mankind, I will be the leader of all of humanity on the Day of Resurrection.

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But still the humility of the prophets a lot

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and is concerned and his love for people overcame the that aspect of the prophets a lot. He said, you know, reality and responsibility.

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And the Sahaba learned from this. One of the most knowledgeable companions of the prophets a lot he said them, one of the companions of the prophets, a lot of them who had the most sociable with him, who spent the most prolonged amount of time with him in terms of years, and even time during those years.

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And he was one of the most knowledgeable and one of the most gifted and one of the most sought after people both during the life of the Prophet Sal Salman after the prophets a lot of sin was Abdullah even Masood Azhar the Allahu taala on Abdullah Mr. odo the Allahu taala, who is one of the most remarkable special companions of the prophets, a lot of the Sahaba themselves they say that all of the knowledge of the generation of the Sahaba ended with two people

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meaning that the two most knowledgeable people of our generation were Abdullah bin Mr. Odin Ali Baba Vitaly.

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So I'm delivering material to the Allahu taala, who is a great man

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and after the prophets a lot, so he was sought out by other Sahaba and sabbioni for knowledge. And that's why some of the greatest scholars of the following generation were this to Mr. Masaru. Ibrahim

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right. They were all students of Abdullah bin Mr. odorata Allahu taala. And

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so I deliver an even Sahaba Amara, the Allahu taala Han who one is probably one of his primary advisors and his the people that he would lean on for knowledge and wisdom was Abdullah bin Massoud.

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And so I'm delivering Mr. The Allahu taala, who was obviously somebody that people really gravitated towards and came to from far and wide. So I but he again had learned from the process of he had so much companionship with the prophets, a lot of them that the Sahaba say that we always assumed that he was a family member.

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When we found out that it wasn't like a direct like a close family member, immediate family member of the prophets of legend, we were shocked because he used to spend so much time in the home of the Prophet.

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He was so close in when the IOP came down about taking permission before you go and go into home of the messengers a lot of them the relationship with Abdullah bin Masuda the Allahu cherono was already so established that the prophets allowed him to the Abdullah bin mustard is no gallega and Carvalho, Jabba Fatah.

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The way that you get permission to come into my home is Raise the curtain and walk in your family at this point, forget about it.

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So that's what I've done.

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So now just to tell you about this is not just the profit of some but this is his practice as soon as and the Sahaba learned from him this practice that one time I'm delivering mistletoe the Allahu taala new comes out from his home and just walking outside of his own, he's maybe walking to the market or to the machine or whatever, just doing his own things. Right, running his own errands.

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After a while, he kind of noticed and he turned around and there was like a group of people just following him.

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They were just kind of following him again. I mean, this is if anybody you should go and kind of stalk or follow. It's Abdullah bin Masuda de la one.

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Everything about him was knowledge. And the prophets, a lot of them said, anything I'm delivering Massoud ever says or does know that it came from me blank check.

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So if you're gonna follow somebody around it him.

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And so people, he just saw that there was a group of people just following him. And he turned around, and he looked at them.

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He mentions it's in his four wide as well. Then he turned around, and he looked at them, and he said, What do you want? I said nothing. So why are you following me?

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And they were like, Oh, just just following you. And he said, don't.

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Right. How do you know that? You know, I won't make a mistake. And you would follow me into a mistake.

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Right that God consciousness, that humility.

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So this was the practice of the promises that he would make the companions walk in front of him, who pushed him from the end. And it also can have a figurative meaning as well, that the prophets a lot of sin was always pushing people along. He was an encourager and a motivator, right, a teacher.

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And then he says, way up that woman Lucky me Salah mfine Why didn't we have doodle man, lucky me, Sarah, that this narration that you have in the text says he would. Whenever he met someone, he was the first to initiate he would initiate this alarm. He was the first to say Salaam and Yep, doodle similarly means the same thing that he would rush to say Salaam when you met someone he would rush to say Sunnah. So he would initiate this alarm. And that's another thing about the prophets a lot he said them that the Sahaba note the prophets a lot he said them this is a very fascinating thing. The prophets a lot of these taught the companions the protocol of saying Salaam one who is standing

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should say Salaam to those who are sitting, the one who is writing on an animal should say Salaam to those who are walking on foot. The one who is younger should say Salaam to the elder, the one who enters should say Salaam to the people that are already inside. These are all the protocols of saying Salaam

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in spite of all of that,

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in spite of all of that, the Sahaba say that even when we were the ones based on his instruction who should be saying Salaam first he would still say Salaam to us first. So when the child would walk up and write about be able to say Salaam the prophesy psalms would say a salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah

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when we walked into the room and we should now say that um, based on what he taught us before we can say something he would say something to us.

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He was always the first to say so now because the prophets a lot of them also taught us well hey to Houma, la de abudhabi salam, the better amongst them, the better one, meaning the one who received more reward is the one who initiates the greeting. And so the prophets a lot he said I would always initiate the greeting. Moving on to Hadeeth number nine.

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Amman Timothy against us, Hadassah Abu Musa Mohammed Al muthanna Paula Hadassah, Mohammed Abu Jafar in Kala

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encima kidney Harbin Kala Samira to jab at him the samurai radi Allahu taala Ahuja pool Kana rasulillah Hassan gana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Ah, Bonnie alpha me ash calella ima Imy man who solak rkB

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he he says that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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and there's I should actually mention this in a more extended narration. tala sure about culturalism semuc right a lot of sure about poli sci MK the shorba. He asked see MK one of the one the narrator's as the other narrator. He said, Medallia

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What does bollier Alpha mean?

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And he says oddly will fall he had a large mouth like an open mouth call to Mr. escala Jaime parlato we knew

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that his eyes were big

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on jamaa man whose will RGB color RGB I asked him what this man who's rocket mean? And he said that his heels were not like very thick.

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Alright, so to translate this though.

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Jasmine Sumeragi Allahu Allahu says that the Messenger of Allah salatu salam had a wide mouth. Now even though that one narrator said that I scheduled it means having wide eyes. But even hotjar Rahim Allahu taala in a lot of other scholars, your mama Noah, we even hotjar many other scholars of Hadith say that that particular narrator is not correct in his interpretation of this word escolar line

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most of the narrator's and most of the scholars of Hadith and even in the Arabic language as well if you go back and you researched

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Word in classical Arabic shadowline refers to somebody who has who you can. If you look very closely in their eyes, you can see the small red lines.

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The red veins in the eyes you can see them if you look very closely.

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Alright, like he didn't look like he had like dead pale eyes. But you could see if you look closely, you could see the small red lines in his eyes. Alright. And then it says man who said RTB, which means that his heel wasn't very thick like the profits of the mill have like these big thick feet, wide feet, but the profits a lot of them had very athletic looking feet. All right.

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Hadith number 10

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Imam Timothy says Allah had de la hanada boo oceti para de la

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Kasim Asha Jani even savoir and his heart and Javelin samura radi Allahu taala on Groupon

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam de la Jin is the xianning

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hamro for jiajue Andrew ilaha illAllah farmery for further Hua nd sentimental karma

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jungleman Sumeragi Allahu taala, who says that I saw the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, on the night of the full moon, and he was wearing a red garment or a garment with red in it. And I began to look at him and then look towards the moon. And without a doubt, he was more beautiful than the moon to me. To me, he was more beautiful than the moon.

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The full moon Excuse me. So now to explain to some of the vocabulary the word is he on. His is a very classical word that was used in classical Arabic poetry that doesn't with a knife, which has the full moon is called a little better. Laila to either Sheehan refers to when there is a full moon, and there are no clouds

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and there's just a certain calmness or serenity, there's no wind blowing, so that there is a full moon, there are no clouds, and there is no wind blowing on that night. And there's just this very, there's this serenity about the night there's a certain calmness about the night when you go outside you think somebody left the lights on

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because of there being no clouds whatsoever, that everything looks lit up by the moon, then that refers to is he on some also say now based on you know, some of the terminology we have now that a lot of times what they refer to as like the Super Moon when the moon seems like very, very large that that is what it refers to. So Jabari, when someone was saying that I was on the it was on a night with the super moon, the moon looks super huge, right? And on that nights where you just can't take your eyes off the moon,

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the profits, a lot of the symbols wearing that garment that I described before that had the red lines on it. And he was out there in the moonlight. And I looked at the profits a lot and I looked at the moon that I looked at the Profit System then I looked at the moon and I came to the conclusion that he was more beautiful than the moon

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Hadeeth number 11am Timothy says had Deaf Anna sufian of Nokia in Palo

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Alto abderrahman aroo aroo RC

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Anju Hayden and Abby's half. Carlos de la de Lune el barrio iseven radi Allahu taala Anna Akana what who Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam are mithila safe? Bala Bala Bala mithril comma

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All right, so he says that just a man asked by Robin azim radi Allahu taala anhu that was the face of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam like a sword. He said no rather it was like the moon.

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Now what does that mean? How can even hedgerow him Allahu taala this hadith in Bukhari as well, in factual body, he's saying that this can have two possible meanings. This can have two possible meanings. Number one, is that he was asking that the Prophet says I have a very long face. And he says no, the prophet SAW them didn't have so much of a long face as he had more of a like a symmetrical face. Again, it doesn't mean that he had like a completely round face because that was talked about before lace a bit had read that his face was not like it was completely round, but it just means that he had like a very kind of like a full face. But he did have definitions to his

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face. It wasn't just round or pudgy. But the prophets a lot. He did have a wide face or a wide jaw, but he did have definitions to his face. All right, the second meaning of this, because when the Arabs would describe this as well, and we actually find this description about our

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boudjellal of all people

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that they described that that had evil words you were hiding in the sun

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that Abuja had a face like iron, like a blade, sword like a blade. And he had a tongue like a blade.

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And so a lot of times when they would talk about somebody's face being like a sword, and he says, sort of you're not to be disrespectful, because he didn't watch would be used for somebody that was mean. But that's basically what he was asking that the prophets a lot of them look like a little mean, did he look stern?

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Was he one of those people that just look kind of scary? Those uncles that just look kind of scary? They walk into the room and you're like, Oh, God, right? These are that scary look on their face. When they tell you after football, I have a question for you. And you're like, no, please. All right. So one of those articles kind of scary. What did the proper system look kind of scary like that? It says no, no, the profits, a lot of them look like the moon. And now again, what he's describing is what is the quality of the moon? You bask in the moonlight you sit there and you stare at the moon for hours. You work on the night of the full moon you actually sit outside and kind of

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enjoy it.

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The prophets a lot of them was somebody that was very welcoming.

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Right? You just wanted to sit with him. You wanted to talk to him. You wanted to look at him for hours. He wasn't scared. He was welcoming. He was warm in a warm mist me and a warmth.

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Hadid number 12

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Mr. Timothy says

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Henderson Abu al Masashi soleimani blue Suleman calahonda sana another blue male and solid have been even been asked her and even if she had been an A B Salah Mata and Abby hooray Raja radi Allahu taala on how Paul can Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ba, ba ba, ba see ganda ma si ha. Min, fifth button. Raji lashari.

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avenatti Allahu taala, who says that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had a very clear complexion as if he was molded out of silver.

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And he had curly hair slightly curly or wavy hair. Now the word Abele does use so you might be saying, well, that means white. Why are you saying clear? Well, because look, he describes itself, he describes himself to eat, he's not a maybe he wasn't able to think of the right word. So he says he provides the shop. The description himself says animasi Harmon filled budget. It was as if he was molded out of silver. And again, what he means by that is what I talked about earlier that he had a very good, very clean skin, very clear skin, he didn't have blemishes on his skin. So the Prophet says someone's very clear in his complexion or in his skin, and his skin tone. And the profits, a

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lot of them had that wavy hair, had teeth number 13.

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This is a very fascinating narration.

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Mr. Chairman, he says, had deaf and ophiuchi but he didn't follow up Bharani alafia glissading abhi zubayr on Jabba dibner Abdullah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam upon od de la Yun MBO for either Musa alayhis Salam darboe Mina, regionally, Ghana hoomin ricciarelli shanu

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Hoa seven Mr. Gamma alayhis salam for either acaba mandra, etbe shabba han autowatch Odin, WA, Ebrahim Alayhi Salam for either a woman for either a camera woman or a TV show ban. So Hey, welcome Jani color Ravi and in so we're at gibreel alehissalaam for either a woman or a TV show behind the here.

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Okay, makalah Allahi Salatu was Salam. Now this is an actual Hadith like Hadees only These are the words of the prophets. And so far, what we've been interacting with are the words of the companions about the prophets, a lot of these are the words of the prophets, a lot of these women as an introduction to you, that these are words, this Hadeeth is from the prophets a lot he sent them, recounting the some of what he saw, or he experienced on the nights of listowel, mirage. This is from the journey by night to Jerusalem in the ascension of diamonds. So when he experienced the Mirage, that at that time, he's describing the messengers that he interacted the prophets he

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interacted with. So now I'll just give the translation and I'll explain, the prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, that the prophets were presented to me. And so Musa alayhis salam.

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He was a very moderately built men.

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It was as if he belonged to the men of the tribe of Shannon. The men of Shannon

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and I saw

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alehissalaam and the closest

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in similarity in looks that I have ever seen. Anybody else is on what terminal Mr. rude.

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And I saw Ibrahim alayhis salaam. And the closest that I've that I can tell you the closest that I've seen anyone in terms of looks is your friend, meaning yours truly. So inside will come as a way to say yours truly meaning himself. Yeah, I mean if so meaning himself.

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And I saw jabril alayhis salam, and the closest in a human form, and the closest in looks that I have ever seen anyone is the here.

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Now let me go ahead and give you a little bit of an explanation. So the prophets a lot of times describing, providing some type of a description as to what some of the different prophets look like. So first, he says, Musa alayhis salam. And so he said that Verbal minifridges that he was a normal looking man, like an average man, that there wasn't something very, you know, odd or curious or bizarre about him? Just a man. All right. But then he says that it was as if he was from the people of Shenandoah. Now when he says from the people of Shinola, this was a particular tribe of people. And what was typically known about the men from this tribe is that they were not very tall.

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They were of average height, or sometimes even slightly below average height, but they were just known as just very strong men. They were known as very firmly built strong men. And so he says musala son was a very average height, but he just seemed like he was very well put together like he seemed strong.

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All right, and that's what musallam looked like. And then he goes on to explain when he said, so I wanted to explain this tribe of shinu just a little bit of historical detail. This tribe was also called shenouda because some Shanna an omen, like the Quran even talks about that this was a tribe that had a lot of interior, a lot of infighting. And so over time, they develop the name dad, the people of shanu are the people who fight with each other all the time. But anyways, he then goes on to describe a 7am Allah His Salam aleikum wa sallam he says there is at the Santa Maria mala Hema Salaam.

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The closest person I can tell you who looks like him is unawatuna Mr. Odessa coffee. Oh, what's up Mr. McAfee.

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McAfee radi Allahu taala annual was the Sahabi from bife. What's fascinating about him is the prophets Allah sent out a lot of love for him.

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Because when the prophets of autism went on his journey to tarrif, the one that ended very tragically the way that it did with them throwing rocks and stoning the profits along with him. We're going to be talking about that in detail in the CETA class.

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when it ended the way that it did one one of the people who follow the Prophet system he left a little bit later and follow the Prophet system back to Makkah and became Muslim. Was there Ottawa to coffee. So the process of had a lot of love for him. He spent some time with the prophets a lot. And then he asked the prophets a lot he sent me sat down, I'm in Roswell, nice a lot exam. He has information, little jewelry Lacombe, he said, let me go back to my people and try to preach the message there.

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And so by this time, after some time, when Alyssa will Mirage basically had come in the five times prayer had been mandated. So some narration say that he was praying, or it was even later on that once the event had been instituted, that he learned the oven. Later on when supremacism had migrated to Medina, he learned the other and he was back in his people amongst his people in five and either he was calling the oven or he was standing in praying, and somebody snuck up on him and took an arrow and shot him and killed him.

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So he died as a martyr as a Shaheed while praying, or calling the other. So now, but again, what did the faculty look like that the process of saying he looks like a seminal medium, or whatever, no matter what the coffee is described as somebody who again, maybe had average hydro was a little bit taller than average height.

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He was somebody who wasn't like when I say fin, it doesn't mean that he was like, lanky or frail. But it just means that he was a little bit on the thinner side. Right, he was slim. And the complexion of his skin was that he had a fair complexion, but he had a lot of red.

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Right, he had a very red light complexion.

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And His hair was very straight, which was not very normal in that region in that area. He had very straight hair. And so it's described as if, like, it looked like he had just stepped out of the shower, like his hair was still wet. So it's very silky, and it was very straight.

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All right and so that's the description of Isa Elisa lambda to profit So Sam is providing

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then he goes on to describe Ibrahim Ali Salaam that is a basically Ibrahim Ali Sam looks like yours truly. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Alright? And then he says gibreel Allah His Salah gibreel Ali Salaam looks like the hiya al Kelby the hiya al Kelby. He was a companion of the prophets a lot he said, I mean, again, I know that beauty and things like that are obviously subjective, but nevertheless, just the testimony of the people of that time.

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People used to describe it as the most beautiful person they had ever seen.

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He was just a handsome man. Right? And so people were always taken aback by just how striking he was.

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Right? He had very prominent definitions in his face, he had very good build and height he had, you know, very dark hair, and a very dark like thick beard. And you were just a very striking man. And so that's what he says you believe Elisa. And so what actually is, of course, debris, the alley Sam is an angel and we know about his angelic form that is described in the narrations of Bahati by the prophets a lot he said, um, but what the prophet system is saying that the human form that you believe that a Salam assumes, is that of, you can be looking similar to the here you can be where you would mistake them almost for brothers. And sometimes you would look so much like Danielle

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Kelby, that sometimes when Judy Ronnie Sarah would visit the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Sahaba would think it was the here and so they're here didn't live in Medina, he lived outside of Medina and then he would come to visit and people will be like, Oh, you're back again. And he's like, what do you mean back again? Is that all you were here yesterday? And he was like, No, I wasn't. And they were like, Yes, you were and you said No, I wasn't and then they would look at jungle. Oh, right.

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That was your breed walking. Right. So going forward now shallow. Let's wrap this up. These last two narrations are basically repetitive in terms of the topic that is talking about your mom Timothy and Helene number 14 he says had definite soufiane had definite Savannah blowback here and Mohammed Abu Bashar in and Manawa hidden work cada una de osito Harun Ansari in in jury palace me Are you about to fail

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yaku la eterna BIA sallallahu alayhi wa salam O Allah wa jal or the hidden raha v. Paul Joseph huli. Carla Khanna Abby Obama Li Han Luca sada.

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All right. So this narration again, what you see in the beginning of the chain of narration is to he got this narration from both his teachers and when he says,

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He says that their words were not identical, but it has the same meaning. So I just kind of mentioned them as one narration. So he says, Sorry,

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sorry, as your ad

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says that I heard about to fail sorry, the jury is a temporary he says that I heard about to fail.

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Say that. I saw the profits allottee center and there's not anyone on the face of desert have to physically in person saw the profits a lot. He said them besides myself. I am the last final surviving individual who physically saw the prophets a lot he saw them in person in real life.

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And he said so sorry, that God says will describe them to me.

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And he said that he had a clear complexion. He was very

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beautiful. Like he was a very handsome man, Molly hunt is very handsome mocha sada. And he had a very medium average build.

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right he had a medium built. And so this is a hobby about to fail. It said he was the last surviving Sahabi or soon the last surviving Companion of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam meaning somebody when a state of belief in the mind had actually physically seen the Prophet system in real life. And it said that he lived to be about 100 years old, and that's why he was the last one. And he had seen the prophet SAW some as a child and then he lived to be 100 years old. So that's why he was the last actual Sahabi

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then imagine means he concludes this chapter Hadeeth number 15.

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Carla had death Anna Abdullah

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Abdullah he ignore Abdul Rahman Ibrahim of Normandy and his army, Paula Abdul Aziz Abu Dhabi Sabatini zuri. You call her destiny is Mary Lou Ibrahim, even as he Moosa even Akbar and Moosa, even Akbar and Caribbean and evening a bearskin rug the Allahu taala angioma call kana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam afla just saniya teeny is that second llama Rui

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kanuda crewmen Benitez and I Yahoo.

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He said that the Prophet of Allah Salallahu alaihe salam even know about some of the Allahu taala and who says that the Prophet of Allah, a lot of them had a gap between his two front teeth. When he spoke it was as if light was coming through from between his two front teeth.

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Alright, so again now we have one physical description that he had a small slight gap between his two front teeth. And secondly, what we what the second part of his he says he says it was as if light and again the indication that he's not actually saying that there was like light flashing out of there is that he says can

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either take a llama ruya can nude It was as if it's a metaphor. It's a metaphor, right? He's saying it was as if light was coming from meaning that it was against us. So radiant, and everything he said was so captivating, that when he spoke, you couldn't just stop listening to him. You couldn't stop looking at it. And you looked at him while he spoke to you.

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And you paid attention when he spoke. It just drew you in when he spoke that the kandalama ruya can remember anything.

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So in short, this concludes the first chapter of the Shema in the second chapter is on the seal of profit a little hard to remember. And so inshallah we'll talk about it there. May Allah subhanaw taala increases all in the love of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam