Channel: Abdul Nasir Jangda
Clothing of the Prophet
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shala continuing with our studies of the Shema in mohammedia, the prophetic personality inshallah we'll be starting with chapter number eight. Babu ma geography Li bassy Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the chapter about the clothing of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
The first Hadeeth of the chapter. You Ma'am, Timothy says Mohammed Mohammed in Razi. Kala had the son Alfa Mustafa Abu Abu to Mila was a diviner whoa Baba. Abdullah movement even Khalid in
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Oussama radi Allahu taala. And he says that the most beloved of clothing to the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the dummies.
Now, what does that exactly mean? And how is it defined? Obviously, this is a word that is used and borrowed in different cultures to refer to specific types of garments or clothing. At the time of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, the commies would basically refer to a garment that is worn from on top. So one of the fundamental aspects of that garment or that clothing is, it's something that is stitched up, it's closed up, so it's not like a wrap. And because as we'll be reading in some later narrations at the profits, a lot of them what sometimes were what would basically be two sheets, he would wrap the one sheet around his lower body and wear one like a shawl over his upper
body. But the profits a lot of them used to like that by means the most now the Cammisa of the profits, a lot of them. So again, as I described this, a garment that's worn from on top, it's a garment that is stitched and closed on both sides, and the use of the profits allottee. Some was such where it of course, had an opening at the neck, so that he could put his head through it, it would have stitched sleeves that were attached to it as well as similar to this. And the profits, a lot of them would have a button or a couple of buttons that would basically close up after he had put it on. And the Cammisa of the profits a lot. He seldom was, as we'll see in some other
narrations would basically go down to the middle of his shin has shinbone, it would basically fall between his knee, the lower part of his knee and his ankle, so would fall to about there. If you want a little bit of a mental image of maybe a modern garments that would somewhat resemble it, then it wasn't too different looking than how a thobe typically in the Arab world, in the Arab culture, the type of thought that men wear, it was similar to that, of course, it was a little bit maybe looser fitting than it's worn normally today. And it was not as long as it's worn today, but it was a little bit shorter.
Now, the next couple of narrations basically reiterate the same thing, but I'll explain it here at this opportunity. What does it what why was it so preferable to the prophets a lot he said them? So there's a couple of reasons. Number one was obviously the narrations mentioned in the scholars a detail that because the Fermi's is a star, what a star means in the Arabic language is that it's better for covering one's body
that when the prophets, a lot of them would wear the other type of clothing, where he would wrap it around himself. That was a type of clothing that of course you have to kind of manage it. And when the prophets a lot even would get up when he would walk when he would maybe ride an animal or something like that, then it's something that he would have to manage. And he would have to check to make sure that it was still wrapped up appropriately and it wasn't
You know, opening up or unraveling or something like that,
with the gummies, the profits a lot of a sudden would have the convenience of where it's a stitch garment is basically worn from on top. So then he wasn't troubled by that, and you wouldn't have to worry about, maybe this garment will open up. And then you know, it could possibly, you know, uncover one's body could expose one's body. So the profits a lot easier was not fearful of that. So that's one of the primary reasons why the profits, a lot of them used to prefer this type of clothing. It was also very durable, it was something that, you know, was easy to put on and easy to remove and take off as well. And the other thing that it also mentions is that with a larger heat,
it was also difficult to store.
So when the profits, a lot of reason was not wearing it when you would go home, and he would remove it, then at that point in time, you know, he would have to fold it up, obviously, where do you put a big old sheet? Right? How do you hang something like that up. So the profits, a lot of him would have to fold it up. Now obviously, when you fold it up, and then you open it up to wear it again. Now it has all those creases in the lines in it, right. And while the profits a lot of them, of course, when I had to build I was not a vain person. But at the same time the messengers a lot. He was very particular about being presentable and being dignified and elegant and how he presented
himself. So then that would become another issue that now you would have all these creases in the middle of the garment that you're wearing. With the Cammisa profits, a lot of them actually had kind of like something like a hook or a nail in the wall and he would go and he would hang his armies from there. And so then he wouldn't really have to, you know, worry about ironing it or straightening it out so forth.
The next Hadeeth
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there's some extra comments from Imam Timothy and some of the versions that are met that are narrated. You don't have it in the text in front of you, but some of the extra comments from me mounted maybe in some of the versions of the book. Mm hmm Timothy says Kala Hakata Kala Xiao Lu a Ufa de un Abdullah barreda amiano masama wahaca da da da da Hayden and Avi to me la Misra de vida Tz Adam in a tube bubble to me like as he told
me he was a it's just an extra commentary on the fact that him I'm Timothy is saying that this same narration comes through multiple different routes. So he's basically strengthening this narration, saying that this is a narration that can be found from many, many different a multitude of different chains.
The next Hadith, he says Henderson Abdullah Mohammed, Judge Paula Hadassah more as a sham. Bella had Dasani Abbey and Buddha Jani, even Mesa cailli and Sharon Niihau, Cheb usma Binti z palette, and Asma Binti azido the Allahu taala on her palate ganache, ganache, Comoros pamesa rasulillah he salatu salam, ala Rosalie, Ghana, como camisa rasulillah salam ala rose.
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She says that the sleeve of that shirt of the messengers, a lot of them that he used to wear that upper garment that he used to wear used to reach his wrists, the sleeve would come down to his wrist. And so there's a little bit of commentary here from some of the scholars of that have explained the Shema in and further researched other narrations and other ahaadeeth and they bring certain narrations which demonstrates the fact that there are some narrations which also mentioned, that cannot kuhmo camisa Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam that the sleeves of the shirt camisa the messengers a lot of him used to come a little bit below his wrist. So of course that's very easily
resolved and reconcilable that normally it would fall to his sleeve. But then of course, if he was sitting in a particular position, maybe he, you know, was kind of bending his arm or something that it would come a little bit lower. But when he had his arm fully extended, it would be to his wrist. Now, what is the significance of that? I'm going to comment at the very end about just the overall ruling on clothing itself, and how much we take and what we take from the narrations about the clothing of the profits, a lot of them but one of the things that can be commented on here is that the clothing of the messenger sallallahu alayhi, wasallam even if
We're not taking it identically, or specifically, we generally still do extract some lessons from the clothing of the messengers a lot. He said, um, and one of the things that you find is that the prophets, a lot of them if he wasn't wearing the shawl that would obviously then cover he would completely wrap himself up in. But then the prophets a lot of him whenever he wore a shirt, he basically we're the type of shirt that we would call a long sleeve shirt. And that was just generally because the profit of a loss a lot of them even at the time of that culture, and to a degree to an extent we can say that about our culture today is that wearing something with full
sleeves that comes down to your wrist is generally considered to be something a little bit more professional, dare I say a little bit more adult. And so, it just, it was basically a more dignified way for the profits a lot, he said that it was a more dignified way to dress. And so the profits allowed him in his capacity as a leader, as an Imam, as a counselor, as you know, such a resource for so many people and basically not just a representative of his community or his teachings, but a representative of God and a representative of a lesser religion. And the last word in the last column, the profits a lot even presented himself and what we can call a professional manner. And so,
that also is something we can generally take from that at the very least what we can take from is that in a professional setting, maybe not in one's private setting or in a casual setting, but at least in a professional setting that was something that the messengers allow the some did, you know, make a point to dress in a particular manner
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this particular narration
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he narrates from his father, he asked for the Allahu taala. And who he says that I went to go see the messenger of a messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, amongst a group of people from the tribe of Medina. So this was a particular tribe that came towards the end, I'm Lulu the ninth year of his at all. The year before the profits a lot of the son passed away is known as a year of the delegations. And so there were different delegations that were arriving from far and wide, to basically not only accept Islam, but if they had accepted Islam, to pledge their allegiance to the messenger, sallallahu alayhi wasallam, and to sit with him to talk to him to learn from him. So he
says that I came to see the messenger Salafi some amongst a delegation from my tribe of Medina. And we came to basically offer the oath of allegiance to the prophets a lot, he said them, and he says that his shirt, his armies was open. So then where you where he would place his head through, it was open, or he says that the button was undone. So that's only significant to basically signified the fact that the shirt of the profits, a lot of them, obviously, it was a little bit, you know, it would open up a little bit, it was a little bit open, it had a slit, so that he would be able to place his head through. But it's not like where the profits, a lot of them would then didn't have
any buttons on an end would leave it open. And again, kind of generally, what we can take from that is that the profits a lot he said, I'm preferred, even though it's not the necessary part of the outcrop of a man, the upper chest is not a part of the out of men that can be open and uncovered. And it's not a sin for it to be done. So. But again, the prophets, a lot of these priests preferred to be dressed in a dignified manner, to again be very professional, in how he presented himself in public in the community. And so the prophets, a lot of them did have buttons on his shirt. And so he says that the button of the shirt of the profits, a lot of them was undone.
And so this could be good. This could have been done for a number of different reasons. Maybe it was hot, or whatever the case was. And so he says because the shirt of the profits a lot he sent them, the button was undone. his collar was open a little bit. And so he says that I put my hand inside of the shirt of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam to feel the seal of prophethood with my own hands so that I could feel the seal of profit and on his back with my hand. Now, again, of course this was something that he had permission to do so.
but it still tells you that the profits a lot of them wasn't
very easygoing person,
the prophets, a lot of them was a very easygoing person, he was a very friendly person. And so obviously seeing that this is someone a Muslim, you know,
probably, in this scenario, a very recent convert to Islam, a new Muslim, who is very excited, very enthusiastic, especially at the opportunity to be able to meet the messengers a lot. So this is somebody who's trying to take and soak everything in. And so he's heard about the seal of prophethood, he has a desire to not only see it, but to be able to touch it with his own hand. And so it's even possible that the message is a lot of the sentiments that have, which would have been even more, not only inconvenient, but also possibly awkward for the profits allows him to have to remove his shirt in public in the in the middle of a group of people. So then the profits allow him
allows him to place his hand inside of his shirt, and be able to feel the seal of prophethood with his hand. And again, it shows you the character of the messenger salon him and how he accommodated people accommodated people even that sometimes, you know, the violation of his own personal space.
one very interesting or beautiful thing
that is mentioned in some of the extended narrations is the fact that it is narrated about this individual in the US and his son, Cora, that from this because he had seen the prophets, a lovely salon with his shirt unbuttoned
that from that point on, they were always seen that for the rest of their life, they never used a button to talk, they never used to close the top button of their shirt.
And those are some of the things that we're going to talk about at the end of the session. That is that level of emulation in the dress of the prophets, a lot of them the objective, at the very least, what I'll tell you right now, is that was that that was basically their representative. That was their representation of their love for the prophets a lot easier than they had seen the prophets a lot of that one time in their lifetime, in a particular manner. And they just chose to do that for the rest of their lives, to basically be able to keep that memory of the messenger ceylonese in
the next Hadeeth Hadeeth number six
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So this narration is narrated by nsmen Malika the Allahu taala and who, that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came out of his home, and he was leaving while walking. He was leaning on Osama bin Zayed. This is the son of the adopted son of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Zayed bin haritha. So he was leaning on Osama bin Zayed. And so from that we basically know that this was most likely towards the end of the life of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when his health was not so well, when the profits a lot, he was starting to feel a little weak or a little ill. And so he needed some help to walk. And so he was leaning on his how much of us aid somebody was very
beloved to him. And he describes that the profits, a lot of them was wearing a garment. So whenever they say thoburn, even though in modern Arabic, we think of the best economies. So it's a little bit of a switch, what is described what we call a thoburn. Modern Arabic and classical Arabic is called the commies. The thobe itself refers to just an an open sheet, just a sheet. And so he was wearing like a big sheet. He had a sheet wrapped around him like a shawl almost wrapped around him. And he describes it as glittery. glittery was a type of sheet that was that came from Yemen, it was a Yemeni garments, and it would have some type of a print on it. And so it was a printed Yemeni sheet
cut that was shahabi. He was wrapped up in it for Celebi him. And then he says that he led us he led them in prayer. So the prophets a lot of him came out of his home. He was leaning on Osama took news as he was wrapped up in this Yemeni cloth this Yemeni garment and but the washer happy. So he he was wrapped up in it and he handed over his shoulders. So when he says he was wrapped up it's not like he was wrapped up maybe how somebody would wrap themselves in a towel after taking a bath or something. But no he was wrapped up meaning it was from over his shoulders. It was wrapped up like how you would wear a shawl.
And then he led them into prayer. In another narration
rather's amounted myth. He just has some comments in his text some extra comments wirkkala Abdullah Mohammed Khalid Mohammed, Salah Nia been married unhaggle Hadith Allah Jalla Elijah
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these are just some extra comments from him on Timothy. He tells a story about some of the narrators of this hadith.
So Mohammed Odin father, who is the second narrator of the Hadith, you see his chain in a name and the chain of narration Mohammed bin father, he says that, yeah, he had been married. Yeah, he had been married is a great scholar of Hadith from the
And he was the teacher or from the third century Excuse me. He was a teacher if I'm if I'm Buhari, you have been married was a teacher and remember, hottie so Mohammed bin father says, Yeah, he had been married. When he first came. When he came to me to get this hadith from me to learn this hadith from me, he first sat down. And so he said, Can I please have that Hadith from you? can I learn that Hadith from you? And so he says, I started narrating the Hadith from memory. I had it memorized. And I started saying, how does Anna Hamada musala. And so he interrupted me. Respectfully, he interrupted me. And he said, Cesc, if you will. Do you have a written down somewhere? So I said,
Yes, I do actually have a written down as well. So he says, could you read it to me from Were you ever written down? Because I don't want to, I want to take these from you from not only just your memory, but I also want to take it from your book, from your writing as well to further authenticate it. And so he said, Sure, absolutely. Let me go and fetch my notebook for you. Let me go and get it. And so he says, I got up and I was about to leave the room. And then he grabbed me by my shirts. And he said that actually, I was just thinking
that what if you don't make it back? So can you first Narita Hadeeth to me from memory just narrated to me verbally from memory? And then I'll take it from your book as well. I said, Sure. So I sat down, I narrated the Hadeeth to him from my memory. And then I got up and I went and got the book, and then he copied it down from my book as well. And the reason why I'm Timothy mentioned, his particular story of this narrator, is he uses it to demonstrate the fact that this is number one, how eager they were to learn the Hadith of the messengers a lot.
This is how eager they were about knowledge in general. And this is particularly how eager they were to learn when it came to Allah when it came to Santa, when it came to the Hadeeth. When it came to details about the messengers a lot, he said them. And number three, this also demonstrates the fact that you know, sometimes we say things like oh, you never know when you'll pass away, or I don't know if we'll live till that time. You know, in sha Allah, Allah, Allah only Allah knows best. For us a lot of times, it's just
it's almost to the point of being like an Islamic cliche, rises observance, we just say it, these people lived it. They lived I mean, think about it. And for us a lot of times again, because of our spiritual conditioning, or lack thereof, rather, because of our lack of spiritual conditioning, that thought is very overwhelming to us. Like, how would you live life? How I mean, how do you even live like that? We're at any moment at any second constantly, you're always thinking that this is it, or this is it or this is it.
But that's our weakness. That is not an unpractical way to live. That is the most practical, the most, you know, if you even think about it, that's the most productive way to live. So you're living every single moment to its fullest. Think about it just in terms of quality.
Not even just in terms of spirituality, or spiritually, but emotionally. You think about the relationships and how you value your relationships. Think about every single conversation you have with every single person where you value it, you cherish it, you do right by it. And though those are the values that that early generation lived by that these PI's writers scholars they lived with, and to remind you of the Hadith of the prophets, a lot of them that again, we've heard dozens maybe hundreds of times, and again it just kind of gets to the point where we just say it or hear it for the as a formality. But think about what it actually means when the prophets allottee some says
suddenly salata mode there,
that pray as if you are bidding farewell to this world. Pray as if this is
Is your last prayer
that these people really did pray every single Salas if this was their farewell that they were departing from the world
made less powerful they give us the ability to live life in that manner
Hadees number seven
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that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, whenever he would wear a new garment
is the agenda. Whenever he would wear a new garment, he would name that garment specifically, in the DA, that he would say, whether that garment was a turban, or a shirt, or a shawl. And he would say, oh, Allah,
exclusively for you is the ultimate praise. As you have covered me and granted me disclosing, I asked you, your Allah, for the good that is in this clothing, and the good that it was made for. And I take protection with your love from the evil of disclosing this garment, and the evil that it was made for.
Now to explain the narration, first and foremost, this is one of the other AI Mathura masuleh. This is one of the daughters of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that we are taught that can be implemented in one's daily life in practice, that the prophets, a lot of us have had a specific law that he would read or recite whenever he would just dress whenever he would put on his clothes on a daily basis when he would dress before leaving his home or in the morning. But this is a specific law that he would say whenever you put on a new garment, or a new clothing, a new article of clothing that was brand new, and that's the word, it's the jet de menjadi, something that is new. So
whenever he broke in a new article of clothing and new garments, now the narration says some man who beats me, he would name it. Now, translation wise, that can be a little peculiar. I just heard myself, alright, it's not so much that he would give his clothing a name.
That's not what it means. But what it means is that if he would mention the specific article of clothing, there we go, that's a little bit better. He would mention the specific article of clothing. And again, what does that mean that he would mention this specific article of clothing, he would mention it in the DA, because then the reason why he structures his narration this way, because then he wants to give us the general or the generic form of the DA, the templates of the drive is giving us the template of the DA. All right, and then we should then he tells us that from before, so that we know that basically you plug in whatever that article of clothing is called,
whatever that article of clothing is referred to or whatever it's called, you plug that into the DA. All right, so let me go ahead now that I've translated just the template of the problem and show you how that's done in Arabic And then I'll tell you in English basically the translation what it means. So in Arabic, the way that it would be plugged in, if you look at the word in the text, kasota knee He kasota and he he that he at the end of the word has something that's a pronoun, that pronoun should be replaced with whatever that article of clothing is called. All right, so for instance, if it was an Imam, it was a brand new turban, the prophets a lot of them I put on, he would say, Allahu
Allah can handle
Allah exclusively for you as the ultimate praise come out. So Jenny had the llama.
As you have given to me,
the this this amama this turban to wear, as you have granted me this imama disturbing to wear, if it was a Khamis, he would say Alhamdulillah Allahumma al hamdu comarca Sultan, he has armies
All right, Oh Allah the ultimate praises for you as you have given me this shirt to wear. If it was me that has that leader, so on so forth, so he that's where you would plug in
What that article of clothing is called, he would refer to this specific article of clothing. All right? Now, just a little explanation into why obviously we understand the first part, you're praising Allah subhanaw taala, for a blessing for the AMA for a gift from Allah.
What What does that exactly refer to that I will I asked you the good of this article of clothing and the good that it was made for. And I take refuge with You, I take protection with you a lot from the evil of this garment, and from the evil that it was made for. Right? So what does that exactly mean? What's good and bad in an article of clothing? Right. So obviously, what it refers to is the simple fact that allow me to do good when I put on this article of clothing, allow me to utilize this gift for the performance of good deeds, allow me to wear this article of clothing and then conduct myself in a manner that is pleasing to you your job.
Allow me to to behave in a manner that is adhering to your commands, and what and avoids or abstains allow me to conduct myself in a way in a manner that avoids or abstains from those things that displease you. That anger you, yeah, Allah, that you forbidding me from doing. And so that's what he's referring to. So again, think about the thought process there. And think about consciousness. This is consciousness. This is awareness, cognizance. This is a really big issue. Not obviously, in Islam, it's a huge issue. Because this, in and of itself is what we call taqwa. This is the, this is God consciousness. So always be thinking of Allah, and to always think about what are the
implications of what I'm about to do and what I'm doing on my relationship with Allah, what are going to be the repercussions of this, on my relationship with the line my standing in the eyes of Allah Subhana, WA Tada. And along with that are along those same lines, you know, this idea of consciousness and awareness is another huge issue. And a very beneficial issue that is discussed, even within psychology, that consciousness and awareness, and now that enhances a person's ability to be able to live and enhances the quality of life of the person.
Right, and it gives meaning and purpose and purpose or person's life and existence. So this shows you the thought of the profits, a lot of them and what a What a powerful thing, the profits, a lot of them is teaching us here, right through this instruction.
The other thing that some of the scholars also mentioned in the commentary is the good and the bad, that can also come from clothing itself. And again, it shows you the depth of the drive the profits, a lot of the feminist thought and his teachings, another element another idea, another representation or another outcome that could be good or bad, similarly, is also the
the the attitude,
the attitude that the clothing might inspire within a person. And the manner in which a person conducts themselves as something we're all familiar with, again, in our day and age in our times, of brand name, clothing,
right in styles and fashions and things of that nature, that a lot of times clothing is directly linked very much to people's arrogance, conceit,
how they view other people. Sometimes people don't even know somebody's name, but they've already figured out exactly what brand clothing somebody's wearing.
Yeah, we get on unfortunately, in today's culture, people will look at somebody's shoes before they look at their face.
A person's value is gauged by, you know the things they have even accessories whether it'd be a phone, a device or a handbag or backpack or purse. Even little things like this, that aren't even articles of clothing. A person's value is completely estimated socially.
They know how tragic that is.
And so the good that comes from it is humility, humility,
that allow me to be humble. This article of clothing could be his brand new, brand new.
And the messengers of autism towards the end of his life, even though he never dressed like a king, like in a very gaudy or flashy manner.
But nevertheless, towards the end towards towards the end of the life of the prophets a lot he sent him with now Islam rapidly growing and spreading. And these delegations coming from far and wide. tribes are accepting Islam, leaders of tribes, leaders of entire regions, rulers of entire territories, were sending gifts for the prophets a lot. He said he would give most of them away. He would read gift them to other people you would graciously accepted and gift it to somebody. I don't need it. I don't need what am I going to do with it? But even then,
Some of the garments or profits, a lot of them was seen wearing that were that we're reading about these Yemeni shawls that were patterned, and red and black threads and green and black threads. These were considered very nice. They're very nice. They were very
you know, it was very exquisite clothing. It was very nice, good quality clothing, and especially a breathtaking handsome person, like the profits, a lot of them when he put it on.
the profits a lot he said them was just breathtaking when you put it on.
And so the prophets, a lot of them is talking about humility. I will allow me to remain humble even in this very nice new article of clothing. And never allow me protect me from ever becoming arrogant. And of course, there's no question of arrogance with the Messenger of Allah allottee cetera. But he taught us this because this is definitely something we struggle with. May Allah protect us
need number eight.
This is basically the same as the previous narration.
But Imam Timothy Rahim Allahu taala brings this narration to again, demonstrate the fact that he has another chain of narration that connects to the same exact Hadith itself. So he's strengthening this hadith by bringing another chain of narration.
Imam Timothy basically says,
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Anil junaidi and Abby nebra and Abby eviscerating Lucha de radi Allahu Allah, Allah, Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam are not
the same as the above. So now who is same as the above?
Before I go forward to the next Hadith,
I wanted to also mention that
the Prophet of Allah sallallahu Sallam also had some other doors, that the prophets a lot he said them would also recite sometimes or say, at the time of wearing clothing and certain dryers that he made for other people as well. Whenever they put on some type of clothing. There's a very, there's a Hadith of the Prophet of the Hadith. And as soon as the Buddha would, that for kind of as Javi Salafi sama will not the law says that the Messenger of Allah, that the companions of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, whenever they would put on a new article of clothing, do I when they would see somebody somebody would come out and he was writing something nice to you. Then
they would say to one another Tupelo where you live, Allahu taala. To blah where you live Allahu taala to blah means made this garment get worn out.
Right? made this garment get worn out. And then May Allah give you another brand new garment after it becomes worn out. What do I basically meant was the fact that for the garment to get worn out, obviously takes quite a bit of wear and tear. So what they're basically saying they're making blocks for what's right along life. May Allah protect you, may Allah preserve you May Allah give you health, May Allah give you a long life to blood. Like I'd like to see you wear out this garment while you live in LA and then May Allah give you another new garment after it gets worn out. So this is why they would make for one another and again was very profound. They learned this of course from
the Messenger of Allah Allah He said him because one time the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
He This is a hadith in Bukhari, that
Mohammed bin Khalid bin serenading us, the Allahu taala Ha. She says that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam was one time brought a black shawl. Somebody gifted a black shawl to the prophets a lot. He said them and the prophets a lot of them said months our own attacks ooh ha ha de lamesa. Who do you see wearing?
Who do you see wearing this black shawl? Somebody gave a gift to the prophets, a lot of him a beautiful black shawl. And so the prophets a lot of them said Who do you see wearing this? mosquito? Everybody was quiet. Right? Because nobody wants to be like me. Right? So everybody was quiet. So the prophets a lot of them said he tuned ebme Khalid, please go and bring omo Khalid Khalid was an elderly woman. She was an elderly woman, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said please go and bring her
for ottb and abhi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I was brought to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam took the shawl and he put it around himself.
He took the shot.
And he put it around me himself and then the prophets a lot he said um said I believe what
the prophets a lot he said um said, may Allah allow you to wear this shawl out. May Allah grant you enough life to wear and tear wear wear out the show. So they learned this from the Prophet of Allah sallallahu wasallam. Right. And this is, again, such a powerful thing. Again, think about some of the sentiments and some of the attitudes that exists within our community,
between people in society when somebody comes out wearing something nice in you, what usually happens
right, there we go. Somebody's being honest. Right? Everybody hates on him.
Somebody comes out wearing something very nice. You know, sister's wearing something nice and new, very exquisite. Everybody's hating.
Everyone's trying to find the flaw.
Right. And so there's a lot of jealousy and envy and hatred. And so the prophets a lot of him is teaching us the remedy for it. This is not just simply the outcome of not having hatred or envy, jealousy. This is the remedy for it
is found another Hadith of the prophets, a lot of them that if you feel envy, or hatred or jealousy towards someone, when they have a blessing, the best way to remedy it is going complimented
Compliment it, make the offer that for that person and that blessing that they have. So somebody walks in wearing something really nice in you. They look really nice wearing it for a moment in your hearts. You kind of feel like this guy.
Right? You really need right? Another blazer, right? So you kind of feel that for a second in your heart.
Best thing to do, go and say Mashallah, you look very nice brother. Hey, Allah subhanho wa Taala increases blessings upon you.
Right? And it's gone. Everything you have nothing. She sounds got nothing to play with. Now, you understand?
That she found being put in timeout.
Right? You have nothing to play with now. You just took children's toys away? Very powerful. we overlook these things. We look at them as simple rituals. Absolutely not. There's such profound depth in the teachings of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
And also when when the points about this particular door, that when we praise Allah subhanho wa Taala for granting us this article of clothing, we recall and remember the eye of the Quran, where Allah subhanaw taala inserted RFID number 26 Yeah, bunny Adam, but Angela Alaykum lieberson you worry so article, Mauritian Allah subhanho wa Taala says oh Children of Adam, we gave you clothing items allowed a family bathroom, we gave you clothing, you already saw article, it covers your body. Basically, it allows you to not be not expose yourself. Right? It covers your private parts, it covers your body, what Asian and not only that, but it also serves as a ways for you to adorn
yourself, beautify yourself, decorate yourself. Right? And then Allah subhanaw taala Of course, His Will he basa toccoa Danica hade and this is the depth of the Quran, the multitude of meanings that can be taken from one simple, you know, statement from Allah subhanaw taala is so powerful, so deep, so profound, so layered, that not only is Allah saying so then wear clothing, that basically involves basically it. When you decide how to dress and what to wear. Make sure that dako and God consciousness is a part of your decision making process. wear clothing that represents God consciousness and taqwa. And not only that, but then of course, the last panel with Allah is also
telling us that so if clothing is such an important thing, and it covers you and beautifies you think about if you were to implement acquired God consciousness in your life, now that would not only just cover your body that will cover your sins, that will cover your faults that will cover your internal blemishes on your heart. And that will beautify you with the worship and the obedience of Allah subhanaw taala and the character of the messenger sallallahu Sallam and Heidi footsy in a sacred tradition, the prophets a lot he said him says that Allah subhanho wa Taala said Yeah, everybody. Oh my slaves kulu Kumar in all of you are born without clothing. In La Mancha say to
except for whom, who I give clothing to full stack Sunni axacon so you give clothing to other people.
Oh my saves ally saying you are with our clothing.
You can't you don't have the ability to cover yourself. Look how you were born. Allah is the one that presented or provided clothing for you, whether it be in the form of people who would put clothing on you. So now you've played our role in someone else's life. When somebody is destitute and somebody is poor, doesn't have proper clothing doesn't have enough clothing. When you are now gracious and generous enough to give clothing to other people to cover other people. Allah says I will increase his blessing of human clothing upon you, I will cover you
Alright, so moving forward inshallah Hadeeth. Number nine.
Allah Hafiz Mohammed Abu Bashar Al
Sham Kala deafening Abbey and tada and Anna Sydney Malika Nadi Allahu taala and who call can apathy Avi la rasulillah, he can apathy Abdullah Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam yell bazoo la barra
that Anna supramolecular the Allahu taala anhu relates that the most beloved type of clothing to the messengers, a lot of the stuff that he used to regularly wear was a libera. And shibaura again refers to a very, it's basically as a type of a garment or a sheet. Right? It's a sheet or a garment that is made out of cotton.
And so a lot of times some of these shawls, or some of these garments would be made out of things like camel hair would be made out of things like wool, right, and so they would be very thick, and therefore it was very hot. It wasn't easy to wear it in the summertime or during the day. So the profits, a lot of them had this sheet this garment that was made out of cotton. And so not only did it cover him appropriately, but at the same time it also helped him tolerate the heat. And so for this particular reason, the prophet of Allah salallahu alayhi wa sallam used to prefer to wear it. He was very fond of it.
The next generation,
Allah had the Santa mahamadou mahmudullah heylen calahonda abdulrazaq Paula had definite soufiane and even a big Haifa and a big color a tuna BIA sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Why are they here? legend Hamra Gani, Andrew Isla de la ke
wirkkala soufiane raha beratan
that's a little extra addition that's found in some of the additions of humanity to me the some of the versions of erupted made these book.
So this particular narration I'll even be to Haifa relates from his father Abu hanifa radi Allahu taala and who.
And he says that I saw the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he was wearing a red garments like a red shawl. And it was I it's as if I am still looking at. It is as if I'm still looking at he's talking about how vivid the memory is. It is as if I can still see how clean and the word he uses buddy bark refers to some cow clean or how shiny something is. It's as if I can still see the shiny Enos
of his shins
that the legs of the prophets a lot of them were very clean. And overall like as we talked about before his body overall just had this certain shine or glean to it that there was this nude like almost like a beauty to his body. So I can see his I can still remember seeing his legs and the shin bone of the messengers. A lot of him it's like it almost sparked like it shined under the light.
And so soufiane one of the narrators of this hadith soufiane Rama Lakota Allah He says that i i think that it was the Hebrew what was mentioned in the previous narration, and we've already talked about it that it wasn't like it was just a solid red shawl that the prophets Elijah would wear but it was actually a black shawl that had red threads. But because what the red threads are more unique, that's what they would remember it with a black shawl was very common, but the red threads were what were unique and that's why that's what they remember from it.
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babina zebra de Allahu taala and who says that I never saw anyone more beautiful. I never saw anyone wearing a red shawl that was more beautiful than the messengers a lot more that I never saw anyone more beautiful than the Messenger of Allah Allah.
When he was wearing that red shawl, the black shawl with the red stripes or the red lines on it, and he says I, I can still remember his hair was so long at that time that it was touching the tops of his shoulder. It was reaching down to his shoulder and he was touching the top of his shoulder. And of course, we've talked about this Hadeeth and a lot of detail before I did number 12 Galahad de Mohamad Nova Shara Santa Monica blue Maddy Kala Hadassah obey the law even EOD and Avi Avi limsa color are H and a BS a la la la he was cinema while he bought Danny after on a Boolean Cerro de La Cucina on who says that I saw the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he was wearing
two green sheets like two green shawls, two green garments. And again, one was like a lower garments that was worn as what's called the Tsar where it's wrapped around one's lower body and then one would be worn over the top of his shoulders as a shawl and he would cover himself with it all right. And again, we've talked about this before that it was actually a black shot that had the green stripes on the earth the green threads in it
had the number 13 color Henderson I don't know homemade color had that and I found fan of no Muslim
Abdullah even though Hassan Allah somebody and just the day he do haber our labor, and Kayla beans mahama colatura eterna BIA sallallahu alayhi wa sallam while he smilow Malaya thing.
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So, Kayla benchmark Rama,
radi Allahu Allah, Allah says that I saw the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he was wearing two garments that were very worn out
the profits a lot he said them he was wearing two garments that were very worn out. The word, a smile refers to garments that have become worn out. Malaya chain basically refers to a garment that is a solid sheet.
So use rain to solid sheets, right, this isn't have any threads in it, it didn't have any design in it, it didn't have any stripes in it. So it was very simple clothing, just two very plain sheets, solid plain sheets. He was wearing them again in the same manner where one was wrapped around his lower body. And the one was worn on top as a covering as a shawl. And they were worn out. Alright, they're very worn out. And she says that Canada bees are foreign. They had previously been dyed or been colored with saffron, waka, Donna kabocha, but now the saffron was basically gone. Alright, so there's a few things that have to be explained here. First and foremost, number one, why is the
Messenger of Allah Salafi? Some? It's a question possibly somebody could have. Why is the Messenger of Allah loves him wearing these worn out bargains? This was the simplicity of the messengers allottee Center. This is simplicity. He didn't just wear something a couple of times, and been you know, and then throw it away.
Right? Again, this is going to be a little bit of a shame grenade.
For myself, and possibly for a lot of people. I apologize if this offends somebody. I'm just reminding myself and this benefits and help somebody else as well. It's always fascinated me when we will we have walk in closets?
Do you understand like, when you read the definitions or the dimensions of the apartment of eyeshadow, the Allahu taala is very likely that a lot of people today, a lot of us, our closets are larger than the profits a lot of home was.
And so we have these walk in closets. And, again, we thank Allah for his blessings, right? There's no shame in having blessings. But here's the problem.
We will walk and it's got clothing on both sides, right? You have to maximize space. So it's got clothing on both sides. So we will walk in on one side
thumbing through everything and we'll get to the end and then we'll walk back around the other side, going through everything. We will come back out at the other end.
And the words that didn't come out of our mouth are
have nothing to wear.
had nothing to wear
I mean, very, very bizarre.
So the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam was
The king of all mankind,
right? The leader of all mankind.
And the Messenger of Allah salatu salam was a very simple man.
He picks up these two sheets.
It's not torn.
It's not dirty.
Saigon, ragged, it's washed, it's clean. You can tell it's had it's got a few miles on it.
But that's okay.
And he wears it. And she remembers him wearing it.
And then one of the things she says is the second the I should go ahead. I was wanting to comment on this later, at the end of the comment there on the narration says, well, Phil had at Sutton tabula. There's a long story within the Hadith.
And we're gonna see a part of the Hadith later on
the part of the Hadith that I want to share with you here,
that just it
and how it adds to what we've just read here in this particular narration. Kayla, in the narration, she says, she walked into the room, the prophets, a lot of things were in these two solid plain sheets that looked like he had a few miles on the doorknob.
And he was sitting on the ground.
And when she walked in, and saw the profits a lot, he said, and
he was so captivating and breathtaking. She was so overwhelmed by looking at him that she started to shake.
She started to freak out.
And the profits a lot he said them told her a skinny,
calm down, relax.
And she says that the second those words came out of his mouth because of his tone.
Skinny how gentle he was, how soft he was, how loving and compassionate to us. And also she says the miracle of even the words of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. The second those words came out of his mouth. Just as very calm effect, the Sakina just washed over me
and became extremely calm, completely the opposite. extremely common. I sat down in the presence of the messengers a lot.
And this is what she remembers, this is what he looked like on that day.
Right? So Allahu Allah He was
the prophets, a lot of them told her calm down.
One of the things I wanted to point out, one must allow one issue of fic that comes up in this particular narration, the prophets allottee seminar Hadith, he forbids men from wearing clothing that has been dyed with saffron. The prophets allottee feminine narration forbids men from wearing clothing that has been dyed with saffron.
Now she says that this clothing had been dyed had been colored with saffron, but then she does mention what other nakazato the effects were gone. Basically just had a little bit of stain left and maybe being familiar with the dyeing of clothes and maybe what the stain of saffron looks like after a few washes. She had the eye where she she had a train die where she was able to tell once upon a time. It's this cloth, this garment looks like it was stained, or it was dyed with saffron, I can see kind of the stains on the edges of it. But at that point in time, it did not actively have any saffron on it. Right because that's something the profits allowed some integration tells me not to
do and then the last thing I wanted to mention here in the chain of narration actually just kind of something to point out. A lot of times people have questions about things like this, and these are some very interesting nuances. If you look in the chain of narration. The first one that he wanted me the narrates from his abdomen or homemade. Then he narrates from a fan being Muslim. he narrates from Abdullah even though Hassan allenbury
this third narrator Abdullah even though Hassan Allah Akbar, he narrates his Hadith from his grandmother's from both of his grandmother's do haber and labour.
So it goes to show you a lot of times people have questions about women narrating a hadith and being scholars that they most definitely were. And the second thing that is also tells you is that the teaching of Hadith and the teaching of Quran, this is something that was done in the family that was done in the home. You had grandparents sitting and giving, teaching Hadith and giving a chain of narration to their grandchildren. Right so it's a very, very interesting and very beautiful thing. Hadees number 14. color
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This is again now a hadith holy so typically in the chapter about the clothing of the prophets a lot he seldom, you would typically expect that they would mostly be narrations observing the prophets a lot of the time I had the failure but this is a hadith only in this chapter, where ignore basadi Allahu taala Anima relates that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that you should wear white clothing you should wear white clothes you should dress basically he's saying that the living should wear it and it should be used to shroud your dead the living amongst you should wear it and the dead from amongst you those who die or pass away from amongst you should be shrouded
in white clothing similarly, because he says for in the Harmon, Hadith he Abidjan, this is the best of your clothing.
This is the best of your holy,
we see that the prophets, a lot of them had this certain fondness for white clothing. Now what exactly is the wisdom or the reason behind it? So again, I'll go ahead and just kind of mention this, we're going to be reading in this in the next couple of narrations. And that'll allow us to basically go through them quickly
that the profits a lot of them in another narration, he says that, because white clothing is more is cleaner and more pure. It is cleaner and more pure. Alright, so that's the first reason the profits a lot of them provides. That's practically speaking, it's more clean and more pure than somebody could be thinking No, actually white clothes get dirty. That's exactly his point. The profits a lot of him saying if you wear white clothing, you know exactly when you're cleaning clean, you know when it's time to change or not change.
If you're wearing black clothing all the time,
Right, black clothing is everything. It's your work clothes and your workout clothes, and you're working on the car clothes, and it's like an adult bib, right. It's got everything on there. It's got everything on there. Right, somebody has been wearing a little too many black phobes we should do have like a little CSI with their black.
Okay, you're gonna find a lot of unpleasant things. There, right? Because you can ride that bad boy out, right?
I feel bad because we have a couple of brothers who are wearing black clothes.
Like I called them out. That's you. You're the exception, right? But when you're wearing white clothing,
everything's right here. Okay, everything's on display. So if you get food on your shirt, it's right there, it's gonna force you to wash your shirt.
Right? If you get you know, if it starts to get filthy, it's gonna force you to remove it and wash it. You understand? So the Profit System is kind of saying, look, develop good habits, good hygiene.
And so at that time, because it was actually again, not not because when either Bella familia Bella, that the Sahaba were like not clean people or unhygenic people? Of course not. What are you?
Right? But the Sahaba radi Allahu taala, on whom
were people living through some very severe conditions, very severe conditions. These were people who were tortured, they were persecuted.
They were homeless. They wouldn't have anything to eat for days and weeks. Right? They had simple art one single article of clothing. That's all they owned in the entire world. Right. So they went through some very difficult situations. And so obviously, if somebody is going through a tough time,
a black shirt is your best friend.
Right? It's just practical. But what the prophets a lot is him is now teaching them that look him the law now that we're settled, we're here in Medina, right. Make sure you don't fall into some bad habits. He's just teaching he's teaching us make sure you don't fall into some bad habits. The very conveniently you can just put on that same shirt, keep wearing it, that no wear white because it will force you to, you know, be conscious of whether you're clean or not.
Right, and then you'll wash accordingly and you'll take care of yourself appropriately. Right. So that's
part of one of the wisdoms of the profits Alliance and recommending this. A second thing that is mentioned here that the scholars mentioned that why the prophets a lot of these men is recommending this white clothing is that
The Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam tells us himself.
He tells us himself in the narration that we just read had the number 14 of the chapter he's saying that those who are living amongst you should wear it
and then shroud those who have passed away.
So now creating again that daily reminder
that if it becomes a standard practice in the community like it is a lot of times in our communities, that the coffin, the shroud, for those who have passed away are typically white sheets of clothing. And then you wear white clothing quite often. And every time you where'd you remind yourself
that I very well might be putting on my own coffin.
My own shroud
then it's a reminder of death a very practical reminder of death. Right. And so again, that's the wisdom of it. Abubakar Siddique radi Allahu taala and who used to prefer to wear white clothing and he would wear two sheets, right he would have these are the lower garments and in the the white sheet on top to cover his upper body.
And you said mostly wear these two white garments.
And part of what kind of the Allahu taala means we'll see Oh, was that when the day I die whenever whichever day I died, the day I die. Bury me in the same white sheets that I'm wearing that same two white garments that I'm wearing. He said don't cut like some brand new white cloth for me. He said the living are more deserving of new clothing. So it's like aboubaker Siddiq radi Allahu taala used to wake up every morning and put on this cuff
something very interesting you learn from scholars and Allah ma teachers.
Right you learn from them that this has to at some point for us move beyond lip service has become a reality a practical part of our lives.
That remember, not one many of our teachers I saw them that
day whenever they would travel. So you don't think about what are your necessary things that you pack when you travel and because of being scholars in our lemma, they would travel quite frequently, quite often sometimes going there to give a talk going there to give a lecture going there to give a dose going there to teach something, a conference, whatever the case may be, so that you travel so think about what your necessities are when you travel, you got to have your little, you know, hygiene bag, all your toiletries, you got to have your headphones, right you got to have you know, whatever whatever that you have to have this the things that are standard and then you decide
whatever you want to wear how many days you're going accordingly. One of their staple things that will always stay in their luggage. Just like we always keep whatever a hairbrush or a toiletry bag and a you know, a pair of headsets, headphones in our in our luggage we always keep it in there. They would always keep a coffin in their luggage. These are always travel with a shroud
white sheets always.
They always had it with loose they had they had already cut up.
They themselves with their own hands have cut white, white cloth for themselves that was kept in their home. This is my coffin. I've cut it myself.
The type of pride we take in terms of like, you know making some art in our home
or building something ourselves, some shelves in our home the type of pride we take.
They put that same type of energy into the fact I have cut my own trout for myself.
I mean, it's a different mindset.
It's a different mindset.
I mean, same thing, even just personal effects like when you go anywhere when you leave your home. Right think about the things you check your pockets for when you leave your home.
Your wallet, keys, phone, right just a few things you always got to have wallet keys from.
And so I saw with our teachers again, that one of the things they always picked up when they left. They had their we'll see they had like their will written
one of my teachers in his wallets like you always have your driver's license and your credit card. Those are like the two fixtures in your wallet. They have slots, fixed slots, your ID and your credit card. The third fifth slot was where his will co was
right it's a reality.
It's a practical reality. And that's something that the prophets allottee some is teaching us here as well.
All right, and Abu Dhabi, Allahu Allah and who in the Hadith or Buhari, of course, he says it to an obeah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he thought when I came to visit the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam and he was
wearing white clothes himself. The next generation will wrap this up here in sha Allah Hadid number 15 Allah Hadassah, Mohammed Abu Bashar Kala Hadassah, Abdur Rahman Nova de calidad de la Sofia and Habib, Nabi sabots and mamoon. Eben Abhishek, Shabbat and Samara been joined by the Lakota Allah Allah Allah, tala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I will be sued by Allah for Allah to McAfee newfie ham otaku, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam some Robin ginger Brody Allahu taala and who may Allah be pleased with him? He says that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam peace and blessings be upon him. He said, wear white clothing because it is more
pure and more clean. And also shroud your dead in white clothing.
Hadeeth number 16
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The mother of the believers eyeshadow the Allahu taala Anna she says that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam One morning, early early morning. huddart is early morning. Saba Habakkuk. One early morning the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam he came out from his own, and he was wearing a very big shawl. He was wearing a very big shawl that was made from black hair of an animal.
And so basically, it's pretty self explanatory the word miffed specifically, like I said, it refers to a longer shot, that's one that's a little bit longer. And then this shawl basically was made from like the skin of an animal. And so it was made from like black hair of black for black hair of an animal, like goat or something like that. All right. And so again, it was early morning, the relevance of this is, of course, you see the profits along with him wearing a black shawl. And the other thing is early in the morning, so it was probably cold. And so that's why the process was wearing something a little thicker, a little bit better to wear in the cold and it was larger as
well so you can wrap it around himself maybe even twice, right to protect himself from the cold.
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So, Ottawa been mahira been sure about narrates from his father who lead I've been sure about one of the major companion senior companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he would travel with the prophets a lot so very frequently.
So he narrates that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wore a an overcoat.
The prophets, a lot of them were an overcoat that was from Rome, a Roman overcoats that had very tight, narrow sleeves and a very tight narrow sleeves. Alright, now to explain the significance of this. This narration demonstrates the fact that the profits a lot of them also sometimes wore outer garments. Aside from what he was just wearing as clothing, you would wear outer garments. And this was one of the things that he wore. Drogba basically refers to almost like what we call like an obeah like an overcoat. All right, like a trench coat type of thing. All right, so the prophets, a lot of these ones were in something kind of like a trench coat, like an overcoat. And it was from
Rome, it was Roman.
And again, this might sound silly to somebody. But nevertheless,
if you've traveled or you've spent some time, even overseas, then you'll understand exactly why such a clarification would be necessary. And why the Messenger of Allah Salaam in his wisdom would do this even 1400 years ago, that the profits allow the same worn article of clothing that was not native to the area where he was from knowing the profits and Luddism knew the fact that people would not put enough thought into understanding that whatever Yes, when the Messenger of Allah ceylonese him does something, of course, it does give it a certain amount of validity validates it, of course, he's a messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but still not understanding that whatever the
messenger is a lot of them war and whatever the Sahaba war in that region, the cultural clothing was obviously non Muslim clothing before the messengers a lot easier than any word right and therefore gets validated. But then he knew that later on, people would not understand that fact. And so then they would possibly start to create a divide between Muslim clothing and non Muslim clothing.
What do Muslims were? What do non Muslims were like? What do Muslims or what do Muslims not wear?
And they're, I'm hearing the closing comments, I'm gonna comment on just very briefly on some of those things. But they wouldn't define that based on the characteristics of the clothing more so just on the cultural background of the clothing itself, right, the regional representation of the clothing, and so the prophets a lot feminist prophetic wisdom, he wears a Roman overcoats that was very clearly seen and identified as being Roman cultural clothing, again, to demonstrate to us and to teach us that there is no such thing as Muslim non Muslim clothing, in terms of what region it originates from, or represents.
Right, but the definitions of Muslim or non Muslim clothing or something else completely. One other little nuance that I'll mention here is that this had tight or narrow sleeves, and that again, show some diversity. Because the amiss of the profits, a lot of them had more open sleeves. So again, just so that nobody would again, try to say that, well, having open sleeves is somehow more Islamic than having buttons on your sleeves or closed sleeves is not a thing. But the profits ally, some word, this overcoat that did have narrow sleeves, tight sleeves. All right.
And what's actually narrated about that is that this was during the Battle of the booth, the journey for the campaign of the book, towards the end of the life of the Prophet sallahu was they were traveling. Right and so the process of madness overcoat. And so when he stopped Molina I've been sure about and another narration says that when the prophets Allah, we stopped and you have to make will do and he was wearing this overcoats. Now it had small sleeves. So when he tried to,
it wouldn't go up.
Right so now we learn one thing is that you know that in and of itself, the fact that you can't make will do with it doesn't make it in an invalid form of clothing number one, and number two, what we what the prophet SAW some does next teaches us that your sleeve being a little narrow to the point where it might maybe doesn't go up to where you have to make will do does not become a valid reason to do massage over your sleeve. But what the Messenger of Allah salon ism did was that he took his arm out, he took his arm out from the coat, right he took basically took the coat off, and then he made will do and when he was done making will do Then he put it back on. Right. So we learned a lot
from just how the profits along with him would conduct himself and manage himself.
So now just the closing comments that I wanted to make here is that Allah subhana wa tada and the Quran specifically, says something very powerful again in salthill aarav a number 32. Allah subhanho wa Taala says pulman had Rama Zina to Allah He led to Accra jelly a body. What about him in a risk?
Allah subhanho wa Taala tells the prophets Allah Some say announce, who will manhart Rama? It's like a question. It's a rhetorical question. So I'll inquiry, it's a rhetorical question, basically rejecting the idea, who dare who has the right to make something forbidden that God has created for his slaves, and that is pure, and God has provided it's provided as a form of sustenance for slaves. And the word risk as we learn doesn't only refer to food, it refers to anything Allah gives you anything that a human being benefits from, is a part of there it is. So unless it who dare? Who has the right, no one has a right, that as long as something is correct, and it's pure, it's sought and
It's sought and attained appropriately. That then nobody has the right to make it forbidden. Nobody has the right to make it forbidden. And so generally speaking, you know, I kind of gave this comment after the session a couple of nights ago, a couple of sessions ago, where we talked about the hair of the messengers a lot so that the profits Alliance and growing his hair out longer does that in and of itself become a so not like a recommended practice? No, it doesn't. That's a personal preference. And as you see, there were companions at the time of the process that would keep their hair shorter or shave their head or whatever, right. But at the same time, if somebody does do it in
emulation, and love of the profits, allottee something that's good for them, they will be rewarded for their love. Not so much the fact that they have long hair, they won't get reward that they have long air, they'll get reward because they love the messengers a lot.
But in and of itself, it doesn't become like something that is to become a standardized practice within the community.
The same thing is about the coding of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam
the profits allottee seven through all these different narrations we see he teaches us some general things about clothing number one, one should be modest in their clothing.
Make sure you cover your body
appropriately. And modesty in clothing is not just covering what is necessary. Like for instance, for men, we know that it's from the navel from the belly button to the bottom of the knee.
But then covering as much as possible, to be modest and to be appropriate. All right. The second thing the prophets, Allah, Islam teaches us is to be clean. Cleanliness is very important. The third thing that prophets Allah teaches us is simplicity. Don't be vain and extravagant. Where whatever God gives you.
be simple. There's a certain beauty and simplicity
is very overlooked in our times. In the profits a lot of times is in Alibaba terminology, man, simplicity is from faith.
Simplicity is from faith for me, man. So it teaches simplicity, modesty.
Right, he teaches us modesty teaches us cleanliness, he teaches his simplicity. He teaches us professionalism, longer sleeves, closing of his buttons, teaches his professionalism in how you dress and how you wear your clothes.
The profits a lot he seldom would wear whatever Allah provided. He had a black shawl with green stripes or red shawl with red stripes, plain sheets of clothing to white sheets, to white garments, a shirt a Khamis that was provided for him whatever.
Right so the profits of the Civil War, whatever he had,
and there are the Hadith of the prophets a lot he some pretty much summarizes it. Mr. Bahari mentioned this in his he were the prophets lie Selim, he says kulula shabu. Well, Bessel kulula shall do well, best to eat, drink, wear clothes, what the sub the poo. And then also remember to give charity? How powerful is that concept? I understand the connection between eating and drinking wearing clothes, meaning enjoying yourself enjoying the blessings of God. But then he says What does a duck ooh don't forget to give charity. So what from what you eat from what you drink from what you wear, also give charity.
So he says Eat Drink, wear clothes give charity does remember two things. mean the lady is Seraph. Don't be excessive, or extravagance. While I'm mahila and do not be arrogant and boastful and proud.
Don't be arrogant, boastful, proud.
Right. Those are the definitions. Those are the rules. Some of the other things that prophets a lot smms told us. He's told us to be modest, as I mentioned before,
the prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, certain things, certain rules are specific. He's commanded men. The prophets, a lot of them forbade men from wearing silk. So that's something we don't do.
The Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and that pretty much is it.
said Don't be excessive. Don't be boastful and arrogance. Men don't wear silk.
So this idea, this battle of you know, clothing, and what it represents and its representation of piety or lack thereof and this clashing of cultures, this is all immature.
This is all immature, this is immaturity. But remember what I said before, what we learn from the messenger sallallahu Sallam is modesty,
Those are the keys. And as long as we maintain that hamdulillah
May Allah subhanaw taala again, give us all the ability to practice everything that was said and hurt.
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