Don’t Rush To Catch The Ruku – Explanation of Sahih Al-Bukhari #14

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spinoff from the LA salatu salam ala Rasulillah Hamdu lillahi Hamdan UAF in Yama who you can feel OMA Zita or SallAllahu ala Sayidina Muhammad in more other early was such a big marine Aloha live Nama and federal now one foreigner Bhima alum Tina. Was it an 11 year Korean rubbish rally so very recently Emery melissani of coho Kohli or visit near ailment or visit near ailment or visit near Alma Aloha melesa Illa. My Jota who Salah wanted to Jerry has not either Sheikh Salah welcome everyone to another class on Sahil Buhari and today we're looking at Hadith number 39.

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The hadith of Abdullah ibn a cutter that Vehicon akala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam either op Mehta salatu Fela the Omo hetero terroni or Aleikum, be Sakina when whenever the karma is done the prophets of salaam saying whenever the karma is done, then don't stand

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until you see me

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while I lay can be Sakina and when you do stand then be very tranquil in the way you stand.

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So there is a number of Messiah in this hadith. Number one. This hadith shows us that it is sunnah to do the karma. There are occasions where we find that people miss the Sunnah. But the reality is this is a sunnah, whether you happen to be by yourself or you happen to be in the masjid. And as we mentioned in the Hadith from the previous weeks that it's also sort of not to do the Athan and karma if you are out and about somewhere, you're in the wilderness, you're in the desert, you're in the farmland, wherever you may be. It's considered a sunnah to do this done, and it's also not to do the karma. So the Prophet is already assuming there's going to be in a karma.

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Right? That's the first thing. The second thing is it's possible to do the karma before the Imam arrives as well. Yes, we're used to the idea that the Imam is going to say our claim is solid, and then everybody's going to get up and they will do the a karma, right, then we'll do the karma. But if people know that generally this time, the Imam comes in, it's okay to do the karma. But is it okay to actually begin the prayer? No, the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam said, even if the karma is done, stay seated, there's no need to get up. And this is also the Hikmah the wisdom of the Prophet and also the kindness of the Prophet with the OMA because sometimes, you know, the one might do the

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karma. And there are people who are unable to stand someone has knee ache and other person is older, another person has some back pain. If people start to get up, then maybe the young people can handle standing for five minutes or seven minutes, whatever, it doesn't really bother them. But then there's going to be that odd person who will feel that the elderly someone who has you know some injury they'll feel pain and standing for that long right so the Prophet Islam said don't stand up stay seated head that are only until you see me there is also another hillclimb in this as well another ruling and that is that the actual Salah doesn't have to proceed immediately after the karma

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because the Prophet is allowing for the karma to happen at the time that is known to them wasn't but he's saying that Wait, hang on until you see me that means that the salah doesn't have to come right after the a calmer

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than okay is a sign that the time of prayer has come in. If armor is a sign that the time to begin your prayer has come in meaning you've given enough of a gap that people have prayed there sooner if they needed to the prophets of salaam said Medina Gulia than any salata. Between every two events. There's a prayer meeting between the Athan and the karma there's a sunnah, so you give enough time between that and a comma to do your sin and beyond that, beyond that,

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do you have to have the salah right after the comma? The answer is no the comma could be done.

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And then the salah could happen five minutes later, no problem. It could happen seven minutes later, there's no problem there. It doesn't have to be right after doesn't have to be consecutively right after. And this is telling of another very important fact as well. Even these fine details, the prophets Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam with him towards them in the Hadith here and there. Because the Prophet had a trust that he had to deliver to the people he had been given an entrusted with a message and that message needed to be delivered with all the details. Sometimes we talk about the fine detail to say this is too much. The prophet is talking about these things. Why is it too much?

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The way this is?

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Hubbard they learned these things was they learned it occasionally from here and there. And over the their lives, they figured out the general, all of the practices that the prophet had intended for them to learn. So when we detail these things, it's not like a waste of time. This is something intended by the prophets and salam for people to learn otherwise, the prophet wouldn't be telling us either these things right fella taco mohatta terroni, la Combi Sakina and be people who have tranquility.

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What does that mean? That means don't be hasty to the prayer Don't be running to the prayer people. Sometimes, when the Imam is trying to go into the getting out of the record, they're worried they're going to miss that AKA, right. So they'll be running to catch that raka the Prophet is saying, hang on, so long as time is there, you don't have to be running, and tranquility in every which way, if you're hungry, excessively, eat your food. There is a Hadith that the prophets and salam said, when the food comes and Russia comes eat your food first and then come for Russia. So eat your food. If it's right before you and you're really hungry, and you're starving, you're going to be thinking

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about that finisher food even if you miss the flour. And then you can pray afterwards. You need to use the bathroom, go to the bathroom, then come for prayer. Yes, it's ideal that you prepare for all of these things and account for all of these things ahead of time. But if you haven't, then when the moment of truth comes, make sure you prepare yourself well. And you've had your food if you need to, you've had you've used the bathroom if you need to. And they say that don't be excessively full. Because if you come, you know and you've really filled yourself up, then obviously that's also going to hinder from you hinder your ability to focus within your prayer. The idea is do everything that

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will allow you to feel focused, dressed well. There's the prophets SLM in some traditions, used to have a specific thought that he would have or a specific comments that he would have that would you'd wear sallallahu alayhi wasallam for his prayers and most specifically for the salaat as Jamar Petty's number 40 and Ebihara errata Radi Allahu Allah Allah.

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Allah Akima to Salah for someone Natsu so for him for Harada Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for taka demo Hua University makalah Allah mechanical for Raja photocell to Mahara Java, so Yocto, Roma and facade lobby him

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will Hurayrah he said that one day

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if karma had happened,

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karma is done.

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And people got there so forth ready as well. And the prophet had already come outside as well. So that means the Prophet must have already come out a little while before because he told them not to start standing. Right. So the Prophet had come out as well. And he stood in the front as well. But then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam realized he was in major state of ritual impurity. What does that mean Genova? I think everybody should know what Genova is Jenna is major state of ritual impurity, it happens to people, either, if the seminal fluid passes, or if someone has a wet dream, again, same reason, sexual intercourse all of these things. They cause major state of ritual

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impurity, right? So

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the Prophet system was in major state of ritual impurity.

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Some makalah Hala mechanical, how did he How did this a hobby no sound like the prophet is going to tell them that it's not like some information, it's really private. It's unlikely the prophets I seldom would express this especially publicly.

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Of course, there is no shyness and truth. The Prophet was never shy to speak the truth about any matter, but still, it's not something that needs to be discussed. They're all the Sahaba they know the rules, generally, of the hara, and everything. So it's not something that would be mentioned. So the sahabi he realized, from what the Prophet did next, what the situation was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, Allah Mechanicum hang on guys. Everybody standing and ready for prayer the prophets of salaam tells them wait up, okay. Then the Prophet goes back into one of his wives houses and the prophets, Allah Allahu Allah, Sydenham comes back out. And now he was

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clearly wet, meaning his head was wet from a shower.

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That was clear. Literally, the Hadith says Faraja ourselves does it now of course the her gerat of the Prophet are so close to the masjid that if he's taking a shower, the spilling of the water everybody would hear that's happening, right? So they saw the sahabi a boy he said, he went back and he took a shower because they could hear it. Then the Prophet came back and when he came back

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His head was dripping of water, for Salah be him and then he prayed salaat

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and everybody followed Him in prayer. There's a number of benefits over here, number one, and this is very important.

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Don't allow shyness for you not to be able to do the right thing. Okay, sometimes

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people get shy, shameful. Like, if I do this, everybody will realize what happened. Of course, what happened? I mean, you have three kids, everybody knows what happened, right? So the idea is you don't have to hide these things in your life, which are human, you know, which are part of the human experience. So the prophets I send them was not shameful. He was not shameful, because obviously, he's standing over here. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he went home, and he took a shower and his head is dripping of water. Everybody knows the Prophet did Jose.

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He didn't allow shame, to stop him from that. And this is a very, very difficult scenario to be in. Really, I'm telling you, I have done Imam I've been on both sides of the scenario. So I know that it is a very difficult scenario to be in where you're inside. And the masjid is full, and you realize I don't have oldal Hamdulillah. It's never happened to me as of yet. Allahu medica. But that can happen if it ever happens. Like sometimes I double guess myself that's happened, where I'm like, okay, you know, did I have will do not. And then at Hamdulillah, I've never come to a conclusion that I didn't have it. But the point is, if I ever do, just by thinking about it, I realize the

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stigma that that I may have, right? So imagine the prophets of Allah who Allah said, Lim, all of the Sahaba are around him, and he woke up for Fudger. And he comes back, and this is what happens he has to go back home. And obviously a little bit of his privacy is being revealed as well. So Allah who it was.

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But the Prophet went back home, took a shower, and he came back to the masjid and he

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and he prayed salah, and you know, there's a video online many years ago, maybe four or five, seven years ago, some of you must have seen it as well, of Imam

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Ali, it has a fee of the Koran. And he was about to praise Allah.

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And he realized he doesn't have even said Allahu Akbar. In the video, you said Allahu Akbar. And then he realized he doesn't have although in our

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Imam of the Haram, this is the same era in which the prophets are seldom used to stand as well. But at that time, there was a small group of people and there was no video recordings and all of these things, but they recorded it for us.

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But this is recorded and video in real time. He literally realized I don't have all those. So he says, hang on guys. And he stops his prayer and goes and makes will do and then comes back. It's a very difficult scenario to be in. But this is the Amana This is the Amana and there is nothing shameful in this, you know, some people they like, for example, fluctuation or passing when some people start laughing. There's a hadith of the prophets of Salaam. He said, Why are you laughing? Salah Salem paraphrasing, of course, he said that one of you ends up laughing from something that he does himself as well.

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Because what I'm trying to say is things that are part of the human experience. They're there, everybody goes through them. Right? This is part of the human experience the prophets of Salaam, you know, he went home from major state of ritual impurity, took a shower, came back, and he started praying with them. And the Prophet told us in a hadith, actually, more clearly as well is alpha Hadoken, philia Tada. And then he continued and he said that in Allah, Allah yesterday minute,

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because again, people will feel shameful, shy. He said that when one of you ends up, passing wind, then go and make your will do. Allah is not shy of the truth.

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Don't feel shy at that moment. Sometimes. I mean, I'm thinking I'm talking about your mama in the masjid. Maybe you're doing your mama in the house, and there's guests over.

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Think about how you will feel at that time. Don't allow shamefulness or shyness or how people that are going to feel to stop you from going and making although the prophet does send them said if one of you ends up passing wind, then go and make will do and Allah is not bashful of the truth sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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There's another benefit to note over here in this particular Hadith, and that is that sometimes it's okay to come to a conclusion based on what is apparent of the situation. Now, there is no way the prophet as I said, we don't have any reports and likely the prophets of salaam didn't exactly tell what the Sahaba tell the Sahaba would happen. But the sahabi just guessed what had happened. Do you understand? He just assumed the prophets of salaam had a

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A major state of ritual impurity. So that was an assumption made by the sahabi. What does that mean? He's basically telling you Ebola he's basically telling you that it's okay if it's clear from the context what's happening. There are some fill in the blanks that are okay you can go ahead and do that and there is no sin within that.

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Hadith number 41

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and B harati, Allahu Allah, Allah and one in the Vita sallallahu alayhi wa sallam called Saba to new Lilou whom Allah who feel really he, yo woman, Oh, we love him. There are and this is a beautiful Hadith, a very, very comprehensive Hadith. The Prophet said, Let me said that seven people will be under the shade of Allah azza wa jal

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on a day in which there is no shade except the shade of Allah azza wa jal. So on the Day of Judgment, Allah Subhana Allah, Allah will have the sun come closer and closer to the earth, so much so that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said in an authentic hadith as well, to Dinesh Shem Sunil healthy, that

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the sun will come close, it will be brought close by Allah azza wa jal to the creation, so much so that the distance between the people and the sun will be like a mile or will be like a meeting. Now, the narrator he says, I'm not sure which means he went meant, did He mean a mile of distance like kilometers? Or did He mean a meal which is basically the stick that you use to apply mascara, which is also known as immediate. In Arabic, the word meal is used for both of these. So the narrator said, I don't know if he was trying to say the mean by which you apply mascara or the mile but either case, even if it's just a mile away, like in kilometer in distance, that's a that's very

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close. So the sun will be that close naturally, people need shade.

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So on that day, there will be no shade except for the shade of Allah. What does that mean? There's another report which explains what this means. What that means is that the Throne of Allah azza wa jal will be shading the people. So there will be no shade on the Day of Judgment, except those people who will be placed under the shade of the Throne of Allah or the shade of their good deeds like the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said that a person will be under the shade of esodoc on the Day of Judgment, a day in which there is no shade except for the shade of Allah ie the Throne of Allah azza wa jal.

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An Imam will have

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the first of the seven people is an Imam will add is a just ruler, a ruler, who is an honest human being a ruler who is dressed. And the reason why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam pointed this particular

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person out is if you were to look around you today, all across the world. How many places in this world do you do you see people who have been given sovereignty and power and rulership and at the same time happened to be just in every which way,

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you might see a person just in some capacity, but they're just in another unjust in another capacity. You might see them very, very generous in this way. But they've got a scandal going on, on another, you know, side as well. So the idea is to have a ruler who fears Allah azza wa jal in all aspects, just in every which way, really is considerate of the fact that this authority also comes with responsibility. That's a very, very rare thing within the world. If you were to look all around the world, you may not be able to find just even one person like that, right? An imam, Aladdin, someone who's a leader, and they are just in every scenario. They're willing to give up their sleep,

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their wealth, their power, and not their power, but any other thing that they have, so that they may serve the people and nothing but the service of the people in a just way, in a pleasing way to Allah azza wa jal. This is really something that occurs very, very rarely. And when it does, Allah azza wa jal pluses places Baraka within those lands, but we don't see that much. So the prophets also let me started with this particular phenomenon, someone who is a just ruler and also because a just ruler ends up bringing height to the people in every which way when they see when they have a leader that is doing the right thing, then people start to do also the right thing as well. When leaders are

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corrupt, then people become even more corrupt. Right?

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So the prophets I seldom said Al Imam will have the just ruler

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and In another Hadith in Sahih, Muslim The Prophet said the people of Jana are three people.

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Now three, seven, these are obviously not numbers that are written in stone

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There are more people who will go to Jannah than just three categories and more people who will be shaded on the day of judgment than, than just these categories as well.

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But the idea over here is that these are some examples. Whenever you're talking, it's ideal to break up your thought into, I'm going to say three things. Now, I'm going to say five things now, so that people can remember that's what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam would very regularly do, right?

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So the Prophet SAW Selim said three people will be from the people of Jana, one of them Prophet said, do some fun in Monkseaton, motor subdivision morphic, a person who is a ruler he has sovereignty, and he is also just at the same time, he gives sadaqa for the sake of Allah, meaning is very charitable to the people. And he's on the right path. This is again a very, very rare quality because the more power you have, the more tyrannical the soul becomes. Allah told us this in the Quran, in Santa Laietana, Allah Who stuck now when human beings begin to feel that they're self sufficient, and they have everything going for themselves, they become tyrannical. So it's very rare

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to have this quality.

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And if it's there, then that's a place to be in because it will be a place in which Allah subhanaw taala will put Barakat when the ruler is doing the right thing, then the land has all of the assets and all of the resources for Allah subhanaw taala has learned to become developed and flourish. Number two is a sharp, sharp Venetia, a fee rebel that is a young man who is raised up in the worship of Allah, why a young man specifically, because as you get older, the energy to do the wrong becomes less and less. So even when you think about doing something wrong, you're like, Ah, it's gonna take so much effort to do this, right. So you end up letting it go. But when a person is

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younger, you have that energy you have those desires, you have the ability, you can move, you're versatile, you go you come and all of these things. So because of that, specifically a sharp was able to overcome all of this. So young man was able to overcome all of this and he still continues to say, dedicated to the Ibadah of Allah. That is a very, very rare case. Go to all of the messages within the city, I really literally challenge you go to all of the messages within the city. Count the people that are coming regularly for Salawat or the elderly or the young people. Very, very rarely will you see the opposite will always be mostly the elderly coming to the masjid. And very

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rarely will you see show up or Shabaab coming to the masjid very rarely.

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Why? Because occupation, you're busy. You want to hang out with your friends, have a cup of coffee, tea, watch the movies, play some video games waste time, in every other which way except for the brother of Allah. So when there's that one person or two people or five people who can get that though feel from Allah azza wa jal where everybody is occupied themselves with everything else. And these few Shabaab, they are occupied in the worship of Allah azza wa jal, Allah is very considerate of that, because the desires are very heightened at that moment, the dreams to do this, that or the other, the distractions are much more, but all of those distractions aside, so a lot of time comes

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here at the masjid to watch our time comes you're there. You know, there is tarawih Salawat the yam whatever's happening. You're at the mustard shabu Nisha, if you're a bad, Atilla and there's something special about this particular phase of your life if you spend this phase of your life and either

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then Allah will give you strength to be able to do more throughout your life as well. There is one story actually of a very famous scholar by the name of Abuja for the Sheffield area that no, they know, Milton Abbey shujaa write the book of Abuja, so that Abuja again, so one of the most famous books in Islamic jurisprudence, written by a man by the name of Abu shujaa, he lived till the year, it till the age of 160 years. So, personnel really got along ah, and they asked him, they said to him that, you know, you're, you're this old, and it looks like you're completely functional, right? Some people, they get older, and they're able to function completely, you know, Mahathir Mohamad,

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the former Prime Minister of Malaysia, he was 95 years old, but the guy was so functional and so even cognitively, he was able to debate young people and overcome them. He had the gift of gab, even at that age, and he was able to overthrow literally, quite not overthrow but basically when against another campaigner who was probably half his age or a little bit

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More than half of his each. I was actually in Malaysia when he won this election. So I was thinking to ourselves, I don't know 95 years of age, his contender is probably in his 50s or 60s. But he's able to run a campaign and win. Because some people they have that energy, this man 160 He had every single limb of his completely intact.

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And so they asked him why. He said, When I was younger, I used to protect all of my limbs from being used in the disobedience of Allah azza wa jal, I wouldn't allow any of my limbs to be used in the disobedience of Allah. So when I grew old, just as I protected them, when I was younger, Allah protected them when I got older. So when you spend this early phase of your life, in the Ibadah of Allah, Allah gives you strength to keep going and doing great things and achieving great things as well.

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Another category, the profits of salami said that will Raju Kalibo, whom Allah Khan will massage it, and a man whose heart is connected to the massage it connected to the masajid

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every time he leaves, his thinking of the masjid,

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there are those people no matter where you go in the world, you will, the first thing they will do is they'll find the masjid get comfortable over there. Even within the rest of you, they'll have a corner that is known to be that that their corner. So the profits are set. Let me set the module on Mohalla can call Boo who will massage now I'll tell you one thing. Not everyone will be able to achieve all of these. Okay? So I want you as I'm going down the list to think of the one that really resonates with you. Meaning you feel that this is something you can accomplish. This is something that you know Allah has given you that don't fit in this particular angle. And you can definitely do

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this if you are able to do even one of these and regularly so then under the shade of Allah will you be inshallah I ask Allah to give us his shade in which in a day in which there is no shade except for his shade? I mean,

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so what are Julian Kalibo? Who? Bill masajid and a man whose heart is connected with the masajid he's not

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distracted by his trade he's not distracted by buying and selling and business and work or all of these things. They don't distract him from coming to the masjid. Yes, you're going to get tired yes, there's going to be hours in which you're working but other than that, you're at the masjid.

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The Prophet SAW said let me continued and he said well, Raju learned to her birth villa, HTML, Lee waterfall raka Annie and two men or women as well who

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love each other for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada they meet each other for no particular reason except for the level of Allah. What the federal aka Ali and also depart

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as they love one another for Allah azza wa jal as well.

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What does this mean?

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When you meet people, usually that meeting has some reason, right? You're meeting someone because you have a business deal with them. You're meeting someone because maybe, you know there's a marriage going on between your family and their family or meeting someone because of whatever reason, right? Worldly reason. Normally, when you're meeting people in these busy schedules that we all have, it's happening because you have a reason. There's rarely a time especially as you grow older, and your occupations grow more and more and more. There's rarely a time where you were going to meet someone for no other reason, except for the love of Allah azza wa jal. So Allah says

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the Another category is a group of people who meet each other for no other reason, except for the love of Allah. And they depart from one another also, as they are in love with each other for the sake of Allah azza wa jal, meaning that it's not like they got into an argument in the sale, get out of my face, I'm never going to see you again. Don't call me this, that and the other. This is not what's happening. They are saying okay, and Hamdulillah we met we don't want to waste each other's time as well. You know, I met you and Hamdulillah I love you for the sake of Allah. Now I have some obligations to fulfill you leave, right? You take your Leap, but it's not because I got into a fight

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with you or this or that. No, you met for Allah you love for Allah. There is no other reason except for this. You see, when you are living for Allah, you become a person of nobility. So you engage beautifully and you disengage also beautifully as well. And that's why the people who live for Allah on the day of judgment Allah says, Allah we a woman is in battled only better than I do. LOL metalcon

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On the Day of Judgment, the closest of friends will become enemies for one another except for the people who have Taqwa. So the people who have Taqwa they will continue to maintain their relationships all the way until the day of judgment. But the people who did not have Dukkha the relationships will be severed. He said that they will become enemies for one another, right? And in another verse, Allah subhanho wa Taala told us on the tongue of Ibrahim, Ali salaam, that Ibrahim says Wirkkala in nama dostum mean dunya lie Oh, Santa, he said that all of these idols that you have, you have taken them up as your gods other than Allah azza wa jal. Why did you do that? Man

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what database and he couldn't fill hayati? Dunya, you did that as a means of love between you and other people who are just like you and thought within this world only. But what happens on the Day of Judgment, threw me a woman pm at the ACC football battle Lukumi bow Well, Baba. And on the Day of Judgment, some of you are going to start to deny the other person. And you're going to start sending now now upon one another as well. So their relationships were not for Allah. When the day of judgment comes, they start saying Oh, this guy, I don't know about him. And in addition to that, they start sending yarn upon one another as well because they become enemies, as Allah says, The Day

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of Judgment. As for people of nobility and piety, their relationships are long lasting. So the more noble you are as a person, the more you're going to be able to disengage in a positive way, that relationship will continue. Look around you today. The people that you knew when you were in your teens, you don't know them today. The people that you knew in your 20s, you also likely do not know them anymore. There's only a very few people within your life who have hung on to you and you've hung on to them as well. Because nobility is a rare quality within people, people as soon as they see a problem, they disengage. But Allah, He says to people, the Prophet says to people who love

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each other for a lot they mean for Allah and they disengage for Allah as well. Meaning they're doing all of their relationships in the right way. They're not engaging and disengaging in a in a way that is obnoxious, they know how to handle their relationships. They know how to maintain that love for Allah. so long is that love is for Allah azza wa jal continuing no matter what the problem is, because it was for Allah. Unless the problem that happened is a problem that requires for you to now hate for Allah azza wa jal as well. But if there is no reason to hate for Allah, you're going to continue to love for Allah, even if someone is harming you in some which way.

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Another group of people is well, Roger wooden, taller, but who in Moraga tune their two month slip in which Mr. Bacala in half.

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Another man is someone who will be under the shade of Allah is someone who is invited by a woman

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who is a woman of beauty, beautiful woman, and also a woman of status as well. But he says in the a half Allah, I fear Allah. So she's inviting him. She's seducing him. And she's a woman who's a woman of status, and also a woman of beauty as well. But he chooses not to go for it. He chooses Allah azza wa jal over worldly pleasures.

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And the reality is, I don't believe that anyone would be like this in this room. But the reality is Zina is very rampant.

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Believe me, and I'm saying this because I deal with people in relationships. It's hard to say because people say, Brother, what are you saying in the masjid? Or what are you telling the people? What are you telling the Muslims? stop digging your heads into the ground?

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Stop it. The reality is Zina is prevalent. It's there. Even within Muslims. I cannot begin to count the times where I have been brought with a situation a marital discord. And after three, four or five, seven hours, the couple say Sheikh we have something to tell you.

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What is it that you want to tell me? No, but we want to make sure firstly, are you going to reveal or are you going to conceal I'm not telling any names? Are you going to reveal Are you going to conceal so Allah he this is an amount I meet so many people I will even forget your names and your faces. But you have to tell me the whole scenario for me to understand what to do here. Right? And then they spill the beans.

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This is something that's there within the OMA and sometimes surprisingly, I'm talking about people who look apparently practicing. I'm not judging anybody, but I can see it.

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So this is there.

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But the prophet said the person who's been

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given this opportunity, a man who has been invited by a woman of beauty and status now this doesn't mean women if they're invited by a man of money and handsomeness. They're not included within the Hadith they're also included as well. For Allah in the a half Allah but he says, I fear Allah azza wa jal like Yusuf alayhi salam is a young man, heightened desires, he's energetic, he's handsome as well. And he's invited by saleha. But what is he saying? He says Allah Maha the line says that I seek refuge in Allah and by Allah so He protected himself in that way. He sought refuge in Allah. So someone who's given this opportunity of committing Zina. But he ends up turning the other way and

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says, You know what, this is not for me. It's not worth it. Especially because Halal is actually very easy.

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What I mean by that is essentially Halal is basically Nikka. It's a verbal contract.

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That's the essence of Nica. I know we've made it very, very complicated today. And that, you know, you have to have this and that and the other and graduate and make sure you have this much money saved up. And that's the amount of Malhotra and then you also have to make sure you have a down payment for the house and a whole bunch of things. This complication is what's making haram more and more available.

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But I personally believe that we have to start making marital contracts easier. We do. We have to as a society, a Muslim society, and I know that there's a there's a problem there if you tried to make it too easy. There's going to be some guys will take advantage of the situation. Say okay, I'm getting a freebie over here. There's not much involved. hamdulillah no responsibility. No nothing. Yes, that is also a problem. But the reality is there is backdoor things happening as well. How do we solve this

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Nikka has to be made easier. It has to be made more available. People have to be allowed to marry the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He didn't complicate the process of Nica this much. Why he put the six day long weddings. Why? It's a headache for the girls side. It's a headache for the guys side. It's a headache for everybody. I got married in one day. One day. That's it.

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400 people came to the masjid we got married. Last summer. That's it.

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I literally after the wedding. I took my wife with me.

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Said what about the rasathi? What about this? What I said, it's my wife

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make it easy, man.

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hamdulillah we've been married, there's no problems.

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Right? The point is make the marriages easy.

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Make them easy. If you have the money as a father, help out the groom if they you know they've already fallen in love. Because I know that all of you know there are some stories like that. They'll come up to you as well.

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You don't know what to do about it. Your kids are not living in the same social culture that you came from. That's a reality. So if you end up agreeing with this reality, then you don't have to fight with it.

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There's a halal way to handle this reality as well. And that's Nikka. And it's not very complicated. You have a basement, help them out. Give them a basement for a few years until they can sort themselves out. I'm not saying willy nilly marry people off and you have some guy that comes he's not even responsible in any which way hand over your daughter's No. But if you see a reasonable guy looks like he's going in the right direction from a reasonable family. And Neeraj needs to be done make it easy for people otherwise you'll have these scenarios. There's more and more cases of premarital sex within the Muslim community. There's pregnancies that are being aborted. All of this

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is happening. We can't keep, you know, turning a blind eye to this reality

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by Well, Julian Assange, Dakka Dakka, tinfoil hat, the latter Allah mushy Malou Martin Foucault Yameen.

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And a man who gave sadaqa

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he gave sadaqa.

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And he hid that sadaqa he didn't show it to the people, to a degree that his left hand didn't even know what his right hand is spending.

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So he made sure that he was doing this in privacy. Now, of course, everybody asks a question at this junction. Is it better for me to give myself up in front of the people, it's good to give sadaqa in front of the people just as it's also good to give sadaqa behind closed doors as well. Both of those are good. Give some of your sadaqa in front of the people

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Allah subhanho wa Taala literally considered both of these things. Good. He said into the SATA card, Fannie Mae, we're into for our two alpha Cora Philokalia, calm. He said that if you show your sadaqa apparently in front of the people 27th Night, there's supercharged energy you said $10,000 Good, that's good for a May. Allah said, that's great.

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But then we're in tofu Ha, if you hide it or to hunt for Cara and you give it to the poor people, then that's also better for you. So there is an aspect of this being good and an aspect of that being good. Why? Because when you give it in front of people than other people become encouraged as well. Remember, in every fundraiser that you've ever been to or sat in, I know you're dreading. But you know that there's always that one guy who has to break the ice. The guy who breaks the ice, everybody else gets behind him and he'll get the reward for everybody else. Insha Allah, but at the same token, there's reward in giving your sadaqa privately this particular reward of having the

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shade of Allah azza wa jal

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is for a person who's doing it privately.

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It's doing it between him and Allah azza wa jal, his left hand doesn't know what his right hand is spending and that also shows you goodness should be done with the right hand. So if you're giving sadaqa do the right hand if you're using the mouse use the right and to use the mouse as well. Right when you're doing it digitally in sha Allah, by

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for Hua highroller comm where you can filter uncom say ye TiECon gemmy type hotellet Tyler, what are you doing Decker Allah Holly and for fall that I know and the last but not least, is a man. And again women are also applied and all of these, that God Allah Hollien he remembers Allah azza wa jal as he is by himself

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for further trainer, and this man's eyes begin to develop,

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begin to work up.

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So people sometimes can cry in front of people and publicly, you know, I'm not accusing someone, of showing off to the people, there may be people who are crying to show off as well. Right? That's also there.

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But that's one thing. But when you are against people, there's a lot of muscle lean, there's, you know, the Imam reading melodiously and beautifully, it's the lights are dimmed, and all of that rhythmic atmosphere is there and I'm gonna law nights and everything is going on, right? It's easier to cry, because everybody else around you is in also in the zone as well. So it's easier for you to get in the zone as well. This doesn't necessarily mean you're doing it for the people. But I'm saying it is easier in that system to be able to cry.

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But here Allah is preloss Prophet, it's talking about a man who is by himself. He doesn't have that atmosphere. There's no one else crying so he's copying their tears or he's being affected by their tears. There is no Imam reciting the Quran melodiously so you're getting affected by the recitation. None of that is happening. There is no dimmed lights, you're by yourself. You're sitting on your own. You're thinking about Allah azza wa jal and you begin to cry.

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This person, the Prophet said, he is from the people who will be under the shade of Allah azza wa jal on a day in which there will be no shade except for the shade of Allah. Tears. My brothers are one of the ways to be admitted into Jannah. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he told us that there are two eyes, the fire will never touch these two eyes, or you know Neela to see one Lattissima woman now, two types of eyes.

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The fire will never touch these eyes, one of them. The Prophet said I in buckets been Hachette, Rita AI that ends up crying because of the fear of Allah or because of the of Allah when you're thinking of Allah, the AI begins to cry youth. And what do you mean? What do I mean when I say thinking of Allah azza wa jal

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thinking of Allah, meaning thinking of the Majesty of Allah, the power of Allah, the Throne of Allah, the names of Allah, the kindness of Allah, the benevolence of Allah, that mouthfeel the forgiveness of Allah, the power of Allah, the strength of Allah, the sovereignty of Allah, the dominion of Allah, Allah is all capable of stopping you from doing something that is this. That is his disobedience, but he still allows you an opportunity to do Toba. He's giving you an opportunity after another opportunity after another opportunity, if that's not a kind Lord, and then who is this Lord? When you think of all of these aspects of Allah azza wa jal, it should bring you to tear

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because you will be awestruck by Allah azza wa jal, you will have the hush here which is not completely fear of Allah but rather, you become an all of

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Allah of who he is. So I even buckets Ben Hershey, Atilla and these tears by the way, they're very effective in many different ways. They relieve a person's pain they regulate the emotions of a human being. Tears are very powerful weapon to soothe you, you're going through hard times. Why do you think that the prophets of God they would turn to Allah whenever all of their people would turn against them? Difficult times they turn to Allah. Why? Because by turning to Allah, you relieve your pain, you're able to take that pain and place it onto someone else who can handle it. This is Allah.

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I ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to allow us to be one of the seven people or all of these seven people

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and ask Allah subhanaw taala to give us eyes that can shut here for the sake of Allah