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Chapters 25-26

02-29-16

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scheler we're starting with chapter number 25 Babu majha FEC Fatih hoopseen Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the chapter about the types of bread the Prophet salami someone used to eat.

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So before we get started, one of the main things that we are going to learn in this particular chapter is of course we understand as far as food is concerned that there are some general principles and guidelines in regards to food.

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Very few things that are prohibited and other than that generally speaking, there's compensability

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and but the profit or loss allottee some of the types of food he would eat particularly the types of bread teaches us the simplicity of the life of the prophets a lot he said um, and how the prophets allottee some chose not to waste his time

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you know, we could say number one, not waste his money on extravagant types of food and not waste his time trying to make more money to try to get more extravagant types of food. So the profits a lot SM used to eat a very simple type of bread. And that's basically what we'll be learning about. The first Hades Bala head does Allah Muhammad Allah subhana wa Mohammed Abu Bashar Paula had de la Muhammad no Java calahonda nashoba on a BS Hawk, kala semiotic magnesita EAD, you had this one evening as an eyeshadow radi Allahu taala on ha Khaled Masha Allah Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when Jose share Edu domain name with a Tabby Imani, hi taco Buddha Rasulullah sallallahu

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alayhi wa sallam

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the mother of the believers are shallow, the Allahu taala on how she relates and says that the family of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not fill their stomachs with

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bread made of barley for two days in a row until the profits allowed to some left this world So first and foremost is the fact that the profits a lot he said I'm the primary type of bread, the profits a lot of these ma was made out of barley. Now as far as wheat bread is concerned, that was something that the profits a lot he said, um, there will see some narrations, whether or not the prophets, a lot of you ever had that. But typically, the type of bread that we're familiar with is number one is made out of wheat, which makes it a lot more expensive and a lot more finer. And then secondly, the type of wheat that we usually eat that the bread is made from, is filtered. And that's

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something as well that it's commented under the profits, a lot of them forget about eating it something he never even saw in his entire life. But the bread made from barley would be a lot more thick, it'd be a lot more coarse. So a couple of things. Number one was that it would cost less it was cheaper. Number two was that with lesser barley, you were able to make more amounts of bread. And then the third thing is that it was more fillings so not only were you able to make more bread out of barley, but then a lesser amount of bread would actually suffice one person so that's why the profits are lovely Tim used to prefer bread made out of barley, and even that he never ate to his

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full two days in a row. The second Hadeeth

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Kala Hadassah abasolo Muhammad duty. Allah Hadassah even Abby brocade

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Paula hi Donna hericium northman on sulaimani Ahmed palace me about Mamata radi Allahu taala anheier radi Allahu taala Ahuja Paul McKenna yes do an alley Beatty rasulillah ki sala de Cinema hubzu sherried Umar radi Allahu taala and with this Abu Bakr, radi Allahu taala on who he says that

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or rather Sinemet, Amara says that I heard abou Mama baglietto, the Allahu taala and who's saying that there was a

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The bread meat of barley was never leftover in the house of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam. So they didn't even have enough bread to the point where when they were done eating, that there was a little bit leftover, which basically tells you that there was a little bit less rather than a little bit more. So everyone would finish the bread and maybe it was there was the possibility of somebody feeling like they could eat a little bit more but that was the way food was in the house of the prophets. allottee seller. Number three, Hadith number three, Allah had Donna Abdullayev no more. Are we more are we Juma? Hey, kala Hadassah, Sabatini yazzie, the unhealthy

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living hubbub on a crema Batson or the Allahu taala and Omar Khan. Khanna, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a beetle alien mata tabea barbarian who are Aloo luggage you do not Asha and what can I

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observe Sherry

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even though I bass Abdullah bin Ambassador the Allahu taala and human again, this is somebody who had insight into the life of the prophets a lot. He said I'm not only because of being related to the prophets, allottee son, but because of his arms, his collar, his arms, being one of the wives of the prophets a lot he said him may move out of the Allahu taala and so he says that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would spend many nights in a row hungry, him and his family they would not be they would not find any food to have supper or dinner with they had no food to eat in the evening. And the what kind of act through hoops him clubs a charade. Animals common type of

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bread that they ate was bread made of barley, they mostly add Bread, bread made of barley. So again, you see that the Prophet of Allah a lot of some of him and his family sometimes did not even have enough food for it to suffice for the evening time. So what they were eating earlier in the day was already so little that it would finish and so when evening time would come, there would not be any food left in the evening and then they would sleep hungry that night.

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Hadid number four Kala Hadassah Abdullah Abdul Rahman Kala Amba Anna obey the law even though I've done my G the Hanafi palla Hadassah Abdur Rahman Hua Hua ignore, ignore Abdullah even dinar Kala Hadassah Abu Hamza and Shalini zadan and who, Allahu Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and Natalia Jani Allah wa fortalecer Helen Mara Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and nakiya Hata Allah to Allah azza wa jal facchini Allah who held qanats la kumana when Allah de Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam panamericana Atlanta menayothin de la k for quantum Tesla owner Be sure at Carl Icahn nanfu fire pit for your fleet woman whom I thought through my nagini who

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so I read a little bit extra that is found in another

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version of the book of the texts and I'll translate in sha Allah

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salvin salad

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or the Allahu taala and who was asked that or rather sad been sad or the aroma Lakota Allah He is a Tabby and his father is a Sahabi

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or he and his father both are Sahaba excuse me, so have been sad or the Allahu taala on Houma. sala de Allahu Jelani was the son of sod and they were both companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Saladin salad was this a hobby? Who was the last one to pass away in Medina he was the last surviving Sahabi in the city of Medina itself. So he was asked he was asked he was asked one time it was said to him, it was asked of him and this is basically a question for him even though the Hamza to list of harm is omitted, but nevertheless, it's a question form. Did the Messenger of Allah syllogism ever eats enough eat? Nothing means fine flour. To the profits, a lot of them ever eats

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fine flour, and Jani wah wah basically also

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is this is an explanation from the raw wheat so this is Moodle Rajma Robbie, this is an introduction from the narrator where he's explaining what it is man we don't mean adept at being ugly he mirar on that basically it's floured that is grinded out repeatedly to the point where it is extremely fine flowers so that's what a lot of refers to. So the the profits a lot of them ever eats fine flour meaning flour that was completely ground down to the point where it was very soft. So sad or the Coachella and who says that the profits a lot he sort of never saw fine flour until he met Allah subhanho wa Taala meaning until he passed away from this world.

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So it was then said to him, that at the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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did, y'all used to have

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the the

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grinder itself in order to be able to grind out the flour, that now the questioner is saying that okay, maybe Was it the fact that you didn't have fine flour was because you didn't have something to grind it with? That's the question that's posed here. And so he responds by saying makanda phenomenon. We didn't have these types of grinders. And so then he says, Well, well, how did you use to then make bread out of barley if you didn't have a grinder to be able to grind it down all the way. And he says that we would basically just kind of rub it in our hands. And then we would just blow on it to blow the peeling and whatever had come off of the barley, we would just blow on its to

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basically blow the extra parts of it away. For at least a minimum, I thought whatever would then scatter out of the bowl itself. Then we would grind it whatever was left, we would grind it down and make bread out of that it was extremely coarse.

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The Next Generation

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Allah had de la mahamadou Bashar, Allah had the Santa Monica movie Sham Palak Bharani Abbey and unison patata an acid Malik radi Allahu taala on who Palma kalenna de la he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah one in while arfi suku Jatin while our hope is Allah who Morocco

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and has been Malika the Allahu taala and who says that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He did not eat on a table, nor did the prophets a lot of them eat within small plates, nor was very thin fine bread ever made for him. God ultimately Casa de la makanda Kowloon then what did you use to eat on if you didn't eat on the table? By law? How do you suffer upon these food mats? By 1100 number sharp unison Eunice habla de Rosa and Qatada unison scarf. Name just comments by saying that this is universal is scarf. So again, we talked about this narration yesterday that the prophets a lot of them would sit on the ground as a very humble slave of Allah subhanho wa Taala and

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would eat from there and he mentioned he didn't eat from the small plates and bowls and all these different utensils and things. And then thirdly, the prophets who loves him never had very thin very fine bread made for him.

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The next head is calahonda Santa Monica da da da da da da da. Mohali, mula mohalla v.

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and mujaddid

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Misook Rahim Allah, Allah This is a Tabby, airy, and he was known as one of the most senior and knowledgeable of the top of your own.

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And so he says that I entered upon the Ayesha radi Allahu taala on her. She had called me for some food. She was hosting me and she provided some food for me. So she said that I never fill my stomach with food. I never eat food to my fill, except that I want to cry and then I start crying. And he said Why is that? She said that I remember the situation upon which the Messenger of Allah syllogism left this world. I swear to Allah, he never filled his stomach with bread nor with meets twice in one day. That the profits A lot of us have never even had the luxury of eating a proper meal twice in one day.

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Carla Henderson ahmednagar Ilan, Paula Hadassah Buddha would call nashoba enemies ha Paula Samia, man of New Year's Eve. You heard this or an illustrated magazine? on our shirt or the Allahu taala and harlot. My shabby Rasulullah has a lot to do. Many motorists have been at Applebee's

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Chateau de Allahu taala. And she says that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam never filled his stomach with bread, made of barley two days continuously, until he passed away

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by the head of de leidner. Abdur Rahman, Allah Allah Allah Abdullah Mohammed, Abu Mama, kala Hadassah, Abdullah Juarez Ansari obeah Alba and patata anus radi Allahu taala oncall ma Kala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah Ceylon in one in one la cara Hobson Moroccan Tama

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And the sort of the Allahu taala on who spent 10 years in the company of the prophets a lot. He said them very closely. He says that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam never ate on a table, nor did the prophets, a lot of them eat ever very fine bread. Either the bread was very thin, or the fact that the bread was made from fine flour until he passed away.

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The lesson from the chapter is obviously

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very, very obvious.

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At least for myself, I don't even feel comfortable, further elaborating and commenting, but letting the actions and the lifestyle of the profits a lot, so to speak for itself. That the type of sacrifices or profits, a lot of these that I made, how the profits, a lot of them had absolutely no desire. And he had absolutely no interest in any type of worldly means or pleasure. And it's something that is very, you know, again, we get into we can get into the conversation. Well, it's not impermissible if the food is earned through halal means, and all that is there, no doubt, that's the realm of fatwa what is permissible, what is not permissible. But this is the realm of dakhla.

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Now, what does God consciousness drive a person to do?

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And when a person actually has priorities in life than what they're willing and able to do,

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when you see someone who's very, very driven in their education or their career, that's someone who doesn't sit down and have elaborate meals, that somebody who doesn't have time to cook food for two hours, and then sit down and have like a very lengthy, elaborate meal, that somebody who eats you know, a protein bar while running,

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that somebody who's writing with one hand, and then trying to stop in the middle to eat, and then continue writing and then eat and continue writing. Otherwise, they'd be doing this which is not right. But you understand my point, that that's somebody who's driving and eating, they're they're having breakfast while they're driving. Right? That because they're driven. They have a mcsa they purpose, right? The the old, kind of saying that whether you eat to live to survive, or you live to eat, right? It's just a concept. It's a mindset, what's important in my life, what drives me? Why do I wake up in the morning? Is the first thing I think about what am I going to eat today? Where am I

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going to eat today? How am I going to eat today? Right? Or is it some type of purpose? And then think about that in our lives when we see people around us? Who are that driven by their careers and their, you know, education and their ambitions, worldly ambitions.

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Think about how driven a person would be and how focused a person would be. If that person's mcsa then think about how noble that person's lifestyle is, who lives for the life of the Hereafter,

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strives for the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala. Think about the mission of the prophets allottee Center.

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That is the mission of the prophets allottee seller and his concern that he had for humanity, how can each and every single soul be saved from the fire of hell and enter paradise?

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That it was something and it sounds again, you know, because we're just coming from a different mindset. But you think about it, it used to eat away at the profits a lot. So now la la cabeza en nepsac. Allah kuno meaning Allah subhanho wa Taala says to the prophets, Allah someday you will destroy yourself.

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Worrying about the fact that they don't believe that Allah kabocha on a soccer lamb, you know, we haven't had et Asafa

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that out of sadness and grief and worry and concern and drive over. Why do these people not believe?

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How can I make them understand?

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And so that was the mission of the prophets a lot easier when you understand that.

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And may Allah subhanaw taala give us the understanding of the that then this becomes very self explanatory. And this was not a concern for him.

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He didn't care. He didn't worry about this.

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Right? If somebody is out there, doing amazing things, saving the world.

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And then you go and you say, Oh, your car's kind of dirty. They're like I don't Are you serious?

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I don't have time.

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Right. Again, not to say that it's okay to be dirty, but you understand my point. They're just kind of like I don't I don't have time for this.

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They you know your

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whatever ornament you have hanging from your rearview mirror doesn't match the rest of your accessories in your vehicle.

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Right, it's not matching.

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Right? And they're like, are you is really like that's on that's on your radar. Like that occupies brain space

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that has a place in a time in your life

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right so something to really think about

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chapter number 26

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Bible my geography Domine rasulillah salam o Baba Jaffe Cinco de damnit Australasia Larissa, the chapter about the types of food the prophets allowed us to eat, he damn literally translates to something different types of food that are eating different types of food that are eating. And so it's, it's something that's extra, almost like a condiment. Right? And so that's why it's translated here in the book in front of us curry gravy is any type of something extra that is eaten along with what you are primarily eating. So if the primary source of your sustenance is the bread or is the rice or is some vegetable or is some a piece of meat, then whatever is on the side of that basically

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is the dam itself. So let's read about this. Galahad. Does Anna Mohammed Abu Salim Nazca

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Abdullayev no Abdul Rahman Kala he doesn't know Hassan. Callahan doesn't actually Manu Bella, and he Sham even Yoruba and Avi shutaura de la Coachella Santa Ana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam upon Nirmal mo alcohol. Kala Abdullah via De Niro.

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A will eternal alcohol Lu

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IE Chateau de la Allahu taala. And her relates to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that the best type of item to eat your food with is vinegar.

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The best thing to eat your food with is vinegar. Like if you have a dry piece of bread, and you need something to eat it with some curries and gravy, something that you needed to eat it with. Then the best thing is vinegar. Again, why what's the purpose of vinegar? Of course, you know, a nutritionist would better be able to explain to myself what benefits there might be or might not be. But as far as the mcsa the profits a lot of the time was concerned. Number one, it requires zero preparation.

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It was simple. It was affordable. It was cheap. It was very easily made the processing won't even purchase a vinegar it could just be made and so the profits a lot decent. That's why he said that's the best thing teacher food with. You have dry coarse bread that's there from yesterday or from earlier in the day. And then you just basically apply some vinegar to it. you soak it into vinegar and then you eat it and you're done.

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But I had the Tanaka taibah Callaghan De La Hoya, Santi Maki Harbin, kala semi nomadic Nova Shelia Paul Allison fita amin was Robin mushy to LA agent ob accom sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Amaya g domina Dr. Li, Mei m la obatala who?

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And no manushi radi Allahu taala and Houma Companion of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam who has narrated many different Hadith from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. What's remarkable about him is that was a hobby It was a hobby, it was a hobby of

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his father, but he wrote the Allahu taala and was as a hobby and even his grandmother

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was a his father was a zombie and his grandmother as well, was a Sahaba. He accepted Islam early on, and he participated, he traveled with the prophets a lot he Salaam.

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In the conquest of Makkah, he didn't participate in the earlier battles, because no amount of the Allahu taala, who was very, very young at that time.

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Nevertheless, he said, one time to some people, he was speaking to a group of the tabea own, the students of the Sahaba and he said that, don't you people eat whatever types of food and drink you want. Meaning you people have, you know, likes and dislikes and what you like less than what you like more, you have all these different likes and dislikes in terms of food and you eat whatever you want to you have a selection. He says, I saw your your profits a lot of the time and he says your profit instead, he doesn't mean to say he's not my profit, but he's kind of, you know, as a teacher, and as a mentor. He's kind of reprimanding them that I saw your Prophet, he's also your prophet as

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well. sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he did not find he would not be able to find that. data in the Arabic language is the lowest grade of dates

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of a demon at tomorrow timer. It's the lowest grade of dates, the ones that fall and then maybe lie on the ground for a little bit before they're picked up. That they're a little bit dated.

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pieces of them you have to kind of tear out and throw away. You can't even eat the whole day, sometimes their lowest quality because they get hardened, dried up to the point where it's not even dry dates. That might be kind of a particular type of date that someone likes, but it's just not a very good date. So well my edgy domina Dr. Lee and he would not even find the lowest type of dates that he could fill his stomach with.

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But rather it would just be a handful that he would be able to eat and he would suffice with that.

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The next Hadeeth the next generation called ahead Atlanta, Abu Abdullah

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Abdullah Abdullah Allahu zari calahonda Santa Maria to blue a sham and Sophia on Mojave Desert Angelina Abdullah radi Allahu taala and Houma. parle Kala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah Nia Imani Damo Allah, the prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said the best type of item to eat your bread with or your food with is vinegar. The next Hadeeth Allah Hadassah hunted. Kala had done our Qian and Sofia on a tube and a beefy lava anxiety even Zaandam al jermy

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Rahim Allah, Allah Allah Karuna, ainderby masala Shari, radi Allahu taala and who

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for who to be like me the judging for Tina hi Roger luminal phone for calling malloc for calling in Mira Colucci and for her love to Allah Allah. Allah uno for Indira eight Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam yaku llamada judge,

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Zadie Smith Jeremy Rahim Allahu taala.

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He says that I was or we were with a group of us we were with Abu Musab Allahu taala. And who Abu Musab al Sharia or the Allahu taala, who is a senior companion of the prophets a lot. He said, um, and he was also known as one of the most knowledgeable and wise of the companions of the prophets a lot. So he was definitely one of the leaders of that community after the prophets a lot he sent him. His name was actually Abdullah even in case of the lightning face, but Abu Musab was his cornea. And Alicia, it was his niece back to his tribe,

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which was a tribe in Yemen. And so he says, we were sitting with Abu Salah Shakira the Allahu taala, on who.

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And he was brought some chicken that had been cooked. Some chicken had been cooked and who was brought to him. So a man from the people kind of moved aside, kind of move back. And Abu Salah Shakira the Allahu taala. And who said,

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What's wrong with you?

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And he said that I saw it eating something. So I swore that I'm not going to eat it anymore. So I will musala shadow the Allahu taala who said Come here,

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meaning Odin will come closer eat, because I saw the profits a lot from eating chicken.

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And so what the man meant when he said I saw it, eating something, of course, he wasn't talking about that specific chicken that would have been kind of weird.

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To keep track of it, right? But what he generally meant was I saw chickens running around and I saw that they're kind of filthy animals. And that's when I decided I'm not going to eat chicken anymore.

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And I will massage it. Allahu taala on who told them come close and he made him he did because he said I saw the prophets a lot of this meeting it all explain the reason why. It's obviously just because the prophets a lot. He said on eight its meaning it's permissible. The Islam showed its showed us its permissibility. One could even venture to argue that because the prophets a lot estimated then that means it's even a good type of food, right? That you can't even argue about it being a bad type of food. But then again, it still remains in the realm of mobile. It's fairly simple. If somebody doesn't want to eat, they don't have to eat it. All right, but Abu Salah Shara

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the Allahu taala, who is kind of forcing this man to eat it, because again, we're not there at that conversation. And so we're not hearing the tone of the man. And kind of what the setting was. It was very possible that the way the man said it will musashino the Allahu talanoa understood that he was trying to imply maybe some level of, you know, fick that he is implying some fifth here. He was trying to say that fit wise, I don't think it should be permissible to eat this animal because I saw her running around on the street kind of eating, you know, these types of animals, chickens, I saw an eating filth. So I think it should probably be problematic to eat such an animal and that's why

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we'll Musashi de la de la kulanu said no, no, no, no, you're going to eat it now. Because your fifth is wrong. All right. So that's what he was correcting. so as to not you know,

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perpetrate

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Basically a misunderstanding and not let it continue.

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The Next Generation

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Color occult uma Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah ma houbara

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so Ibrahim Ibn Ahmad Eben Safina Ibrahim even Omar ibn Safina

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Rahim Allahu taala.

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He relates from his father Omar

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and who relates from his own father Ibrahim, his grandfather's Safina

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radi Allahu taala and who, and that's a man. So what? First of all, whose name is Safina? Right, so this is a Sahabi of the prophets a lot. He said his name was actually me wrong.

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His name was me Iran

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and Mirada the Allahu taala, and who was a mountain of a man. He was a humongous guy. And one time they were traveling with the profits a lot, he suddenly he was actually used to be a slave.

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He was a slave, and he was freed by the profits allottee. So the profits are largely some purchases, freedom and freedom. And so they were traveling one time, and he and they had to get going and there was some luggage and things supplies, and he started picking things up. And he picked up so much stuff like slung so much stuff over his shoulder and on his back and picked it up in his hands, that he was carrying so much stuff the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said as Athena tournant, right, you're like a ship, right? That you're like a truck, just load stuff onto you. And from that point on the promises on CloudMom Safina and he was so

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you know, obviously he was so touched by the fact that the profits of him gave him that nickname and it was a complimentary nickname called him a pickup truck. right because he could carry so much stuff that he took it as a compliment. And from that point on, he used to like being called Safina and that's what he was known as radi Allahu taala and who. So Safina the Allahu Allahu he says I ate with the prophets a lot. He said I'm the meat of houbara hobo basically refers to what is kind of like a goose

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All right, so I had goose meet with the prophets a lot from duck meat or goose meet with the prophets a lot. He said them. Alright, so that again shows the permissibility of it by the head data.

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well filippone rajim bonnici Mila Ashima Khanna who mo la polla filomeno falletto busara de Allahu taala una veiny ra h Rasul Allah azza wa jal Akela Minho, sakala Indira a Jew who yaku shaden fucka 02 for her left to Allah Tama who Abaddon

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so the similar narration as to what we saw before the same savvier Avraham, Allahu Allah saying that, whose name is Adam jermy Allahu taala. He says, we were sitting with Abu Salah Shadi radi Allahu taala. And who is a little bit of extra information here, where he says that some food was presented to him. So this food was brought from Abu Salah Chateau de la Catalano news enough to share with the people around him. And that was part of the etiquette that if you aren't taking food for someone, and you know that they have people in their home, or they have their students with them, or they have some friends with them than bringing enough food, that's enough for everyone. And

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in his food was also some meats of chicken. So it was maybe kind of like a tray of food and it was like a mixed dish. And amongst the people there was a man who was from a new team in La bonucci Mila. This was a tribe. And he says that he was his name was Abdullah. He says that he was like he was very, very light skinned and had a reddish complexion. Ghana who mo LA. It was as if he was now sounds like he's saying a freed slave. But what it actually refers to is that it seemed like he was Roman.

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Right? It's being used in that meaning it seemed like he was Roman.

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So he says that he did not come close. And one of the explanations for that is that the only Roman individuals that would basically be an Arab society back in the day, were the ones who were brought to as slaves or who had come as slaves. And so he says he didn't come close.

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Allahu Allah. Allah says, Come close. When everybody else came close, he didn't come close to eat. So he told him come close, because I saw the profits a lot from eating from it. And the man responded by saying that I saw this animal or this type of animal eating something, and I thought

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to who? Like I disliked it I detested it. I thought it was nasty. So I swore that I'm never going to eat it ever again.

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The next chapter, or the next Hadeeth excuse me, color Hadassah, mahamadou blue halen, kala Hadassah Abu Zubaydah?

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Well, Abu I'm Paula Hadassah sufian Abdullah Marisa Raji liminality shama you call Allah Wa, and a B

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and B a seed

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for the Allahu taala and who call Allah Rasulullah sallallahu Salama, Kuru zeta what the Hindu belief in the human children ottimo Baraka

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abou a seed or the Allahu taala anhu. He says that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that eat olive oil and apply it to your self as well. Because it comes from a very blessed good tree comes from a very blessed tree. Now it says eats olive oil Of course if you're going to just take olive oil, you're going to be drinking it not eating it. So what does that mean? Of course the Profit System is not telling someone to chug olive oil, but what the profits a lot of them is instructing people to do is like using it again as a type of food right? If you have dried a bread, soak it in some olive oil or apply some olive oil and then eat it. Alright, so that's what he

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means. The second thing is that what the hint will be here and apply to yourself so the process would apply it to his hands and his feet when they would get dry or cracked or something like that. He would also apply it in his hair salon he said him so he says use it on yourself as well, because he says it comes from a very blessed treat.

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How Why does it come from a blessing tree? Of course this is something

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you can do. inshallah, Timo Baraka writes that Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about it coming in sudo to node i to node, Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about it coming from a very beautiful blessing tree.

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And of course, there's a lot of commentary mmamoloko to be wrong. Allahu taala has an entire passage where he says that in the Makana chitarra to Mubarak Allah castrati mafia mafia, because of all the benefits in it, even though about some of the Allahu taala Anima says fuzzy tuning manuf era Cathedral there are many different benefits of it used to be a tip you can use its oil for the burning of a lamp. What was he done when you can use it as a condiment to eat some food with the hand on you can apply to your hair and body with the bath when you can use it when tanning a skin a hide? When you do we have to be we have to be that the tree the wood of the tree itself. You can use

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it to light a fire when they say shaylen illaoi humans are basically all parts of it can be used for some type of benefits. Well here at number 10 finia it was the first tree that grew in this world with our Lucia Latina but that's about the two fun after the two fun of new Hideki Salam It was the first tree that was found on the earth again, whenever touch humanizing MBI you will have the MOCA data, it used to grow into homes of the profits. And it was also it's something that also grows in sacred lands in places where the either has to be owned in a b&b Baraka 70 profits more than 70 profits made to offer our last panel intelligible blessing and Baraka industry, minimum Ibrahim from

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amongst them is Ibrahim Alayhi, salam, woman whom say you do not Mohammed and from amongst them is our messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for a noble cause the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said Allahumma baddeck fizzy to fuzz. He was a tune, Oh Allah put blessing in the oil that comes from the olive and also within the olive itself. Twice. He said this he repeated himself twice. And this is a passage from the defeat of emammal proved to be so the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to like using olive oil in his food as well. The next hadith of course, is similar narration.

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and j dibny. Islam and abbiano Marabou Katara de la jolla ancol tala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a crusader with the Hindu Biggie for whom inshallah Timo Baraka that eats or use olive oil in your food and apply it to yourself as well because it comes from a very blessed tree. There's some commentary on the senate daddy mom Timothy has In some versions

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Kala borisova abdulrazaq Anna Yo, yo buddy boo fiancial Hadith for Obama, Obama, our Salah who so this particular narration abdulrazaq has some Arab, meaning he's a little bit confused in this particular narration. So sometimes he connects it to the prophets a lot of the same all the way through the Sahabi and sometimes he narrates it as a morsel where he skips over the Sahabi Amara, the Allahu talana when he relates it directly

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and mercy z sng. falahat the Santa Rosa, an MA MA and JD Aslam and Abby here and in the visa lobby seminar wahoo when we have good Fianna Omar, and this so this is the other version where it's a motorcycle. NARRATION the Sahaba skipped it jumps from the Tabby straight to the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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kala Hadassah and so that type of narration is sometimes problematic sometimes it's not it really just depends on who the narrator is but because we find the supporting narration that mentions is a hobby it's not problematic. But Mohammed Abu Bashar potterhead de la Mohammed Abu Jaffa, Malibu Maddy, kala Hadassah shabam Katahdin Anis even in Malika de Allahu taala on call canon abuse a lot ism you RG boo aduba for ot ob amin odori Allah who for JAL to attach a battle for other Albania they he, the my mo Anna who you boo and I saw the Allahu taala and who says that the prophets a lot he said I'm used to very much love

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vegetables kind of like vegetables like squash, cucumber melons, things like that the prophets a lot of symbols very fond of them.

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And so he says that the prophets a lot of him was brought some food was brought to him or the fact that he called for some food, he requested some food and so I was eating with him. So what I would do is I would find it it was kind of like a curry where it was moving around a little bit. So I would basically find it in the food and then I would place it in front of the profits a lot he said, um, because I knew that how much he loved it, how much he enjoyed it. And so this again shows the affection that they had for the profits a lot and the type of relationship that they had that I must have been Malika the Allahu jolanda wasn't just some you know annoying teenager in the community to

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the prophets a lot he said I'm nor was he just some simple helping hand or a volunteer or just some Secretary assistant type of guy, right but the but and it's been Malika the Allahu talanoa his relationship with the Prophet sallahu zone was that of a almost like a son how you would treat your own son. That's how their relationship was. So you see this affection being reciprocated, right a lot of times and of course then it's been Malika the Allahu Allahu is a remarkable person in his own rights, but we still have to extract the lesson. A lot of times will complain about teenagers and youth behaving this way in that way. Well, sometimes we have to make the first gesture, we have to

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kind of extend ourselves and we have to show some kindness and affection and compassion and wait for them to reciprocate.

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Job it radi Allahu taala a new job or the Allahu Jelena de jabber? Mina Abdullah? radi Allahu taala. I know. He says that I saw with the profits, I went to visit the profits a lot of him and I saw that he had something like squash as food and he was breaking it up. He was cutting it up into small pieces. And so I said, What is this a messenger of Allah? Like, why are you doing it? Why wouldn't you just eat it like a bigger piece? And he said that I'm making more food I'm increasing the food meaning this way more people can eat and more people can share it, right that if there's three people, and there's only two pieces, so this way, I'll make six pieces, everyone gets three pieces,

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everyone feels or whatever. And everyone feels like they were able to eat more food. So this again shows the profits Allison would share his food and for the purpose of Baraka and blessing. Your mom, Timothy and another, again, has some commentary. By law breweries. Our job you don't have that Jabu Tada, so excuse me, and correct it is not jab at him and Abdullah jab him in politics, where you call Even though abitata Roger luminous hobby Rasulullah salatu salam, when I will la de la Ilaha de Silva. What Abu Khalid is Mossad. This is the only narration that they saw.

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hobbyist narrated is the only narration that he relates from the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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I'll go ahead and end here at the end of the page inshallah, by the head designer to table to blue sorry dinner and Malika bananas and it's Hakuna Abdullah bin Abdullah and who semi nomadic radi Allahu taala anuja pool in La Jolla tun Dr rasulillah salam Lita. I'm in Santa Ana who,

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for cada ns, radi Allahu taala. And who

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for the hub to mA Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah.

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Allah delicato fakarava Allah rasulillah salam

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Aden well Moroccan fie dooba waka Dede

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Kala and as for our eternal BSL Allahu alayhi wa sallam, I get it about Dubai hawaiin de la casa Casa excuse me,

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for them as buba minyama even minyama him and I saw the Allahu taala and who says that I he says that a tailor. hujjat is a tailor, a tailor invited the prophets a lot of them for some food that he had prepared for the prophets a lobby Some even a hydrological Rahim Allahu Allah says, I was not able to find the name of this particular tailor. Some narration say that this was also he was a slave previously, who had been freed by the prophets, a lot of the prophets as a matter arrange for his freedom. So unless of the Allahu taala who says that I went with the prophets, a lot of them for that food. So he presented to the prophets, a lot of some some bread that was made from barley. And

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he had a little bit of a curry or a gravy that had that squash in it. What God didn't. caddied basically refers to meats that had been dried, almost like what we would call jerky. So there was like some dried meat, there were some jerky, and it was in there as well. And then some of the Allahu Allah says that I saw the prophets a lot. He said, I'm particularly looking for the squash and the food. And he was going around the plate looking for it. And he says that I never stopped loving that type of vegetable from that day going forward, meaning I always enjoy eating that food because of how much I saw the profits a lot. He said, we used to enjoy that type of food. Now again,

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there's two questions here. Number one are two issues here. Number one is the profits Allison says could be a meaningful or couldn't be my only write it with your right hand and eat from in front of you. And he's specifically saying the process almost kind of going around the plate looking for it. This is not the norm or not the rule, this is the exception because the process of someone sharing food with us radi Allahu taala, on who and so they kind of had that type of relationship. So it shows that it depends on who you're exactly eating food with, that that sometimes can be changed. But generally speaking, if you're eating with more people than you should try to eat directly from

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in front of you. But again, it's not saying that if you're in an intimate setting, somebody's eating with their spouse, or with their own child, right, where you can even be playful, and you can eat from somebody else's side, or whatever it is. All sounds like Oh, hey, why do you hate the sin so much? Right? So that's not one of those moments. Right? So that doesn't mean that it depends on who you're eating food with. And then the other thing that it is, is that that comment of his because we've come back to this point so many times, he says, I fell in love with this food. I enjoyed that food. I like that type of food. That day, when I saw how much the profits allowed him loved it. This

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is I mean, this is again, Can Can we call it as soon as specifically to eat a particular type of vegetable not necessarily.

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The process of never told us any reward for it and the virtue for it. Right? It wasn't designated as an act of worship.

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But at the same time, something the prophets a lot of them loved and enjoyed. And you loved the prophets a lot. He said them so that becomes beloved to you. That act or that action, or that way he would dress or that food that he would eat or how he would sit or how he would walk how we would talk where we would sit that would become beloved to you because you fell in love with the profits.

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Right? And so that's very, very important. There's a very interesting story called The double use of hula hoop, Gianna, who's one of the Grateful kaha he's a student of Abu hanifa Allahu taala. So he actually says one time that I sat down to eat with someone and this dooba like squash or something like that was presented, it was cooked, it was presented. And one person that I was sitting across from goes, Oh my God, I hate this. And he said that I had just been reading a little while ago I've been reading these a hadith about how much the prophets a lot of them loved it. And he said I had to restrain myself. I had to refrain from physically striking that person.

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Because again, it just became something so personal and so intimate to me.

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Right? So personal, so intimate.

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And we all have people that we feel that way about

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And meaning not that we want to kill. I mean,

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we all have people that we love so much.

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That if somebody kind of makes a comment saying like, Oh my God, I hate people who do that. And let's see, that's your mother does that. Right? Right? It happens, right? Some people don't know, I don't know, everyone's family here. Right? So somebody might be, you know,

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whatever it may be, they might be doing, they might have a particular mannerism of doing something. Right. And so they might be doing something in a particular way. And I'd be like, and I unknowingly and foolishly and again, that's the result of talking too much unnecessarily cut throttle column, right? And so I, I'm just like, oh, man, I hate that. I hate people who wear dress like that, or I hate people who talk like that, or walk like that, or act like that or behave like that. And you're like, Whoa, timeout. Right? Like, that's how my mom dresses.

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Or that's how my mom, you know, does this or that's how my father does that.

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Right? I hate kids who do this or that? And I'm like, way way. My daughter's do that.

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Right. So thank you for saying you hate my daughter's right now. I'm offended. I'm genuinely offended right now. Right. And so, because when you love someone, right, the heart is attached to that person. And so again, think about the idea. Think about the fact that when the prophets, a lot of them becomes that beloved to us.

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Then that's how we feel about the prophets a lot easier. Right?

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The last Hadith, because it's a good note to end on.

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We've seen the simplicity of the prophets, Allah one, and we're not done with the chapter. So I want to reserve like some of the other observations after we finished the chapter inshallah tomorrow.

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But

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one of the things that we kind of are able to observe already, whether he's just dipping his bread and vinegar and eating it, or there's olive oil, or there's a squash or there's that, right, or sometimes he's eating chicken, and then sometimes he's eating meat and sometimes eating, he's eating meat and the vegetables cooked together. Right, when he's being invited to it. Basically, what the summary of it is, is what that as long as it was permissible halaal and then it was like if it was clean, good, healthy food. The profits a lot is similar to eat whatever was placed before.

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The biggest thing you pick up from this, the Profit System was in picky about food. The profits, a lot of them was not high maintenance.

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Right? You know, those conversations?

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What are we going to eat? Okay, let's eat this. Now. Let's see that. No, I don't like it. Let's see that. I don't like that. Okay, then what about this, I don't like you go through 12 items I don't like I don't like I don't like, you know what, I'm done. I'm done. I don't want to eat anything. Right, I would rather starve to death than continue down this list of things that you don't eat. Right? The process was a simple person. He would eat whatever was put in front of him, there was dried up bread, there was some vinegar, I Bismillah. Eat food, you just want to you want to basically stop the hunger is the point.

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You don't want to be hungry anymore. You want enough food to give you enough energy to be able to do your job to go about your business.

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To follow up with the task at hand because obsessing over that food where for an hour, I have to figure out what I'm going to eat, then I have to spend another hour figuring out where I can get what I can eat.

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Then an hour actually eating

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will either be law, right? It's a G right? And so the prophets luncheon was a simple person in that regard. However,

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that still doesn't change the fact that you don't enjoy the finer things in life. And then when you come across something without going to a lot of trouble without unnecessarily going out of your way. When something nice something good is presented to you. You enjoy you say Alhamdulillah and you know you think Allah subhanaw taala and that's the narration that we're going to end on Fela Hadassah Medina Brahim a doe rocky was Selma to blue shabby will Mahmoud know kailen Roma, La Jolla so he narrates his narration from all three of his teachers very popular narration for obvious reason. falou had definite Oussama and he shall be here. shatta radi Allahu taala and harlot cannon Wu

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam you will ask Allah, the prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam loved sweet things.

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He loves sweet things, desserts and things like that. And honey. The profitsystem loved it and he enjoyed it and he praised

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Last thing Tila when he had it. I so enjoy things good things when Allah provided them. But again, the simplicity was there. It was there he ate it. He thanked the last panel hotel and he enjoyed it.

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But again, there were more important things to do than drive halfway across town to get the only type of Thai food that I can tolerate. All right.

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May Allah subhanaw taala guide us off.

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So Hanalei de su Hanukkah lumbee handig. Machado La Ilaha. Illa. anta the sub Furukawa to Bulik