Shama’il At-Tirmidhi – Prophetic Characteristics – 01

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Sudarshan de la salatu salam ala rasulillah Shangri la

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comida salam wa ala Sayidina Muhammad Wanda, he will be here Jemaine along I live in Emma and Pharaoh now and finally I'll be my turn I was in our edmonia Karim by the name of Allah subhanho wa Taala. We are now commencing the first lesson right into the book Shanna illegitimately. Yesterday we looked at business

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has to be there from us towards the profitsystem. Now in order for us to be able to do that, you have to learn about the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in here we are learning about the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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This is your internet connection. There we go. Like Babel magia, if you help you Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the chapter that has to do with the noble features of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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the chapter he starts off with a hadith and remember yesterday we mentioned some of the shoe of Timothy and amongst a shoe that we mentioned is a famous chef by the name of Abu Raja potato even sad, or Sorry, brother. So put a bit of insight is amongst the main trio of a mama Timothy and right in the beginning, Amanda Timothy starts off with a better than sorry, he says, powder is not in LA you're on La Conner about on obliger in booty Bay to recite amalickiah innocent

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man and Anna Sydney Malik and well the Allahu taala. So he starts off with potrebbe, Malik obeah. And then an A so that means that this is not of Mr. McDermott, he has two things. Number one, it has one of its famous, his famous shoe Otaiba number two, it is not a robot. Okay, what that means is that it only has four narrators within it. And that's not a very common phenomenon. When you look at the Hadeeth of Iran, it didn't really remember it didn't really is a person that started following in late we, as we said, okay, and after he started follow the during his travels were not as much as some of the other people that are written the students such as the Buddha would such as Muslims such

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as mahadi, and others, even as teachers, all three of those are his teachers. So they were avid travelers, and at the same time, they were also people that had started very, very earlier on in their lives, like most scholars, we said, Timothy, he started when he was 2025, around that age. And for that reason, the assignee that he got from the era that he was in are not necessarily as high as the assignee that his counterparts or his, you know,

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people that were of his age had gotten. So normally he doesn't have through data yet. You will have only one as far as I know in JAMA activity and even that has some discussion about it's not so over here he's giving you a very good it's not that based on the type of a Sunday that he would normally give he's giving you an it's not that has four people in it three starts off the book with a very good it's not then it's from Edison Malik and you'll have to determine is one of them is this one. And the next Heidi's will be this one is it'll be even a little man and Sidney Malick, the next one will be homemade an S and there's a reason why he mentions this one first. Okay.

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I know send me a hula pool he heard the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saying gana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He said oh he did about it. When I when I see the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was not very, very, extremely tall. Okay. Bill tweeted about it. So he was not an extremely tall individual. That means someone that becomes extremely apparent because of his extreme traumas. Okay, so some people when you look at them, they're six feet five, seven feet tall. They're extremely large, no matter where they are, if they're hedge, if 1000s of people you can pinpoint him from a distance, right. So

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With the profits in the long run, it was sent me you could pinpoint him from a distance. This was because of the fact that the profits in them had a mortgage user had a miracle. So one of the miracles of Rasulullah saw send them was that no matter how tall the individual that he was walking with the profits in the long run, he was sending them through a miracle would seem taller than him, even though he was not extremely tall. If you look at him separately, but just through a mortgage, he said, the profits and send them would seem taller, when he would be walking with a person so that no one is bigger than him, no one is higher than him no more is more transcendent than him, and so

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on and so forth. So this was a more of that. But if you look at just as height by itself, they said the total value is not an extremely tall individual, not, you know, a height that would make them look awkward when I've been called seen. And also at the same time, he's not extremely short as well. So he's somewhere in the middle, but either through the Acropolis some of the narration say he was towards the higher height, the morsel. So he was not on the shorter end of the scale, he was on the higher end of the scale, but not extremely high. Well, I've been abiel, amok. And at the same time, the prophets all along, it was Tulum wasn't an abiel. What is

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happening, what that means is that he wasn't extremely white. Okay, white skin can have different textures as well. So sometimes you have white with a little hint of brown. And then you have white with a little hint of redness. That's the type of white skin that we see in the shower meet people. And at the same time, we see that white skin also in the European people, so it's white skin with a little bit of redness, right? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his wife, and then there's a white, that is sort of an extreme white, which at times doesn't even look good. And that is the one that doesn't have a texture attached to it is just almost pure white. So that type of whiteness,

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam didn't have sometimes that whiteness, by the way, it can look like a person is pale, or it can also look like a person that's sick through other diseases that causes skin to become white. So that is not the type of whiteness that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam enjoyed. So now when the Hadith is saying, well, I will appeal to the negation over here that he wasn't white, extremely white, and the one that doesn't have mixture with redness or brownness. The negation is not towards the fact that he was white, he was white skinned, sallallahu alayhi wasallam. But his the negation over here is towards the attribute, which is an amount, okay.

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So when you say I don't have a fast car, it doesn't mean I don't have a car at all, it means I don't have a car that drives fast. So over here, since there's an adjective to the white, which is an M hub, which is the fact that extreme white that doesn't have a mixture to it. So the negation is occurring to the adjective and not to the actual quality, so the profits and send them was white, but his whiteness hadn't been a model isn't it wasn't a type of white that didn't have a mixture with another type of loan and another type of color. Okay, what I've been Adam, and we'll get to what color the profits are selling was entirely in a moment each other, we're gonna be looking at

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all these, these are about 14 of them.

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Today, inshallah, we'll look at a good six or seven Hadeeth. And then when we get to the seven, I think the seventh Hadeeth is a little bit long. Okay, this is the Hadeeth of it won't be thought of it has a lot of different words that I think will be new to all of us. Okay, so we've been looking at those words one by one under difficult words. And this is why some of the scholars they say remember, didn't mean these Shama is actually one of the most difficult texts to learn, especially in the beginning chapters, okay? Because there's a few descriptive words that our person has to understand through learning them properly, through learning them through a teacher and so on and so

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forth. Otherwise, reading on your own may not be able to render the same sort of benefit or low Adam. So this is why we'll look at the headings inshallah, maybe next week, but today we'll start and looking at the noble features of Rasulullah saw Solomon, next week, it will be sort of a refresher on the noble features as well along with the remainder of the chapter, another seven Hadeeth almost, well, I'll be building up what I will add them and neither was the profits a little longer, it will send them this texture texture, extremely Brown. Okay. So in other means extremely Brown.

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All right, so we're talking about an extreme white that wasn't there, and extreme brown wasn't there. So it was somewhere in the middle somewhere in the center, a whiteness that was mixed with some from mixed

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With some

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roundness, toward some redness as well, so it was a mixture of colors. But it's almost to say that the type of Arabs Can you see, but towards the wider end of it that's mixed with a little hint of brown and redness, not too red, which makes it look like, you know, the person is pale or so on and so forth, and not to brown which makes it lead to a person that is dark skinned individual, a fair skinned individual. The profits I'll send them was somewhere in the center of all of that. So if you notice now we're talking about the height of Ursula, it's right in the middle. We're talking about the color of Rasulullah saw Selim, right in the middle. So everything we'll see and then later on,

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we'll notice that a narrator describes him in that manner that he's extremely in the middle from every angle. Okay, so while I've been

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alcopop, and neither was the profits a little longer it was send them currently in his here, but hold on. I'll call up and as an extreme type of curliness, okay. The type of curliness, you'll see within our brothers and sisters, from from Africa. So that type of curliness wasn't Northerners here, neither was the profits, I'll send them whatever. So the type of the type of street here that you see within our brothers and sisters, from

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many other parts of the world, that are from, for example, Malaysia, right. So that type of street here again, you don't see as well. So you don't have an extreme straightness in the year neither do you have an extreme curliness in the hair rather, the profits are synonyms here towards the end of it curls a bit.

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Okay, towards the end of the years, it curls of it, but the rest of the hair is straight. So there's a curly and it's almost a type of curliness that people try to superficially put into there. Okay, people ask straight here, they'll try to curl their hair at the ends, right to try to put a superficial sort of curliness, the profits in them have naturally been given that type of curliness within this ear. So that was, when you say, well, I've been gathered about, Nora was the hero of the profits of cinema jagged, which means currently, about the means and extreme curliness. So it's the African curliness up up, okay, so whenever it's up, and many other parts of the world that have

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straight here, such as Malaysia, such as even Pakistan, for example, right.

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A lot of people from Europe as well have similar straight here. So a sample is that type of straightness in the hair. So neither was this there, neither was not there, the profitsystem was centered within that. So even the curly feels consoled by seeing the hair of the Prophet that cylinder straight fields consoled by looking at the hair of their profits and sell them both are there but yeah, and then what I've been a sub

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batha, who long Allah, Allah,

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Allah subhanho wa Taala had sent him as a messenger, Allah had given him the Prophet hood. So but I thought sometimes means Prophethood, sometimes it means resurrection as well.

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Right, so these are amongst the meanings of bath. So sometimes you can have the word bath, and it's referring to the resurrection. Sometimes it just means to send someone as a messenger. Sometimes it can just mean to send someone for anything else, for that matter. So loss of power without a centum is a messenger, what I don't see enough setup meaning after he had completed 40 years of his life. So this is the time that normally, the earlier they say this is where a person's intellect, it becomes complete, a person becomes fully comprehending, he starts to comprehend a lot of realities which otherwise, he or she will not be able to comprehend. And that's why sometimes our elderly tell

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us and Sharla when you grow older, you'll understand. But we just don't take that seriously. But in reality, as we grow older, we go through the phases of life, a lot of things that we think are one way, in reality, we start to understand them in other way, because this is the reality of life, you go through the phases that are gonna pop up and on top indeed of a shorty, you'll go through one follow up after another after another, meaning you'll go through one level of life, then you'll go through another one and then another one. So every time you go through a stage of life, you learn something that you hadn't learned otherwise. Right. So and that's why people begin to mature around

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this age. And one of the, one of the great wisdoms that Sheikh Saleh Mr. Massey, gives a times he says that, that before the age of 40, a person should collect and collect and gather knowledge, okay? And that's why when people start seeking knowledge, they should realize that knowledge is to be sought. And it should be continued to sock so not the seven years that you spend in Islamic University or a 10 year tenure that you spend in Islamic University. You know, even after that knowledge is to be sought and you continue to seek and you continue to seek and gather and he said until you become 40 years of age, okay?

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And then better than over any horrible attorney has a job and after when you become 40 years of age, that is when you start to spread wide this message that you gain and that is when you dedicate your life entirely to spreading prior to that if you spread that as height because even in mobile hottie and other scholars in our body they used to teach knowledge to people even before he had here, beard here. So there was like hundreds or 1000s of of hygiene behind him and Buhari looking for Hades was the moment Buhari didn't even have beard hair yet, right? So it's okay to do the cartoon even but that doesn't mean you stop seeking knowledge in order to just do the calculation. And that is that

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is not the way of the setup and this is no we noticed this also from the Hadith, the prophet to seven batha Hello, I know. Center Allah subhana wa tada sent him as a full messenger, when he started to give the message widen clear to people when he was at the OSU albarino center. And in fact, even after that the prophets SLM had been giving the message, given the message, but even after that, he had in full out started to give the message to mankind. Okay, that started to occur three years or three years after the Prophet hood. Okay, so essentially, he was given no Booyah. And then after a while, he had been given the Salah as well. And that is when he started to spread the

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message to all of humanity and that means that it took that long for the profitsystem to fully inculcate and, and and become part and make this message part and parcel of themselves. So I'ma be Makita Ashanti. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam stayed in Mecca for 10 years now, in reality, the prophets Islam stayed in Mecca for 13 years, right? And not necessarily 10 years. So we can reconcile between this and that by saying a couple of things that the Prophet sallallaahu it was sending them had stayed in Mecca as up as a diary to his message. Yeah, you had a death fit. On the end, the old the old person was cloaked himself, stand up and start warning people. So that phase of

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warning people started to occur fully full fledged mourning was for the 10 years of his life in Mecca before that the prophet to send them was privately telling his people his friends, family, and and a little bit beyond that, but after that, the message started to become widespread in Mecca for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and then finally, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had left Makkah so for Apollo Buick international scene that doesn't mean you stay in Mecca was only 10 years that means that during his age that he had been giving full power to people that's when the prophets of Salaam stayed for in Mecca for 10 years. Or it could also mean that the person that's

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narrating rounded off because you'll also do that with the age of the prophets as well notice right now he'll do that also, with the age of the messenger subtle longer audio so the web in Medina and in Medina has stayed for 10 years now on Medina, he did have a short he stayed in touch for 10 years after that, the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away because the soudha his prophethood was for 23 years. So 10 years, 13 years in Mecca 10 years in Medina that completed the message the time right. So 13 was in fact, the 10 was in fact the years that he spent in in Medina. So the earlier when he said 10 years in Mecca that was rounding off, or it could have meant only the time

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that he was given full fledged outlet to people, and not the time that he was been, had been given to seclude himself with a loss of I don't want to call his relatives and so on and so forth. Okay, so then he says what they were found a long way, Tina center, and Allah had taken his life, Allah subhanaw taala had brought him

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to the ultimate barossa at the beginning of his 60 years or at the completion of his 60 years. But in reality, we know that the prophets of Salaam died at the age of 63. So again, now we can see that the narrator must be an SF nomadic, he must be rounding off. Okay, so just as he rounded off with the 10, he rounded off with the 60 as well. This is basically what we can see what it because we have other narrations in which it's clearly 63. There's no negation there is no, there is no contradiction because we can say one is being rounded off. And that's something that people do. And that's something that Arabs do when they are giving these sort of figures as well, more so well as

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FERC. When you remember, we are very keen on making sure that a person was born on this day that person died on this day this practice wasn't as clear historically. That's why they generally say Oh, he was born in the year that such and such happen, right? Why? Because the practice of

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Dating people's lives wasn't as, as big of a phenomenon as we have it nowadays that even one day off your, your date that's the wrong date of birth and so on and so forth. No, that wasn't necessarily the case. Whether you said, See he when he shall be law and the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not have neither in his hair and either in his head nor in his neck area in his beard even 20 here 20 here that are a lot that are white. So by this time he's 63 years of age and even then the Prophet systems here he had a full head of black here dark here, you know not there's no white hair in the ear of the profits of Selim, except some around here and except, you know, some in

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his head as well that were just a mere 20 some some narrations even less than that. So the idea is they're just countable here, there are only a few hairs that you'd see in the hair of the prophets. I'll send them because he was Allah subhana wa tada had blessed him to maintain his youthfulness even till the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away, but he went to La Jolla and he was no longer LSC, the Nam Hamad had definitely not obeyed Masada. albasini medeival Masada narrates

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Buffy. Okay, I'm from Aden.

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Okay, so now mermaid is narrating from Ennis. Prior to that we also had the Hadeeth of ns Didn't we say that we said the next one is also going to be the hadith of others. And that was there'll be even a B, even a B, and

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now we have

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remade from an asymptomatic as well. We see from eight after will have and are made again. And an A so as well, this is a it's not the robot.

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But we we said already that is as I need to live here as I need to just have three narrators within it. That's not such a common phenomenon for

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female activity.

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Okay, Carla can Rasulullah sallallahu It was said that no unnecessary saying as well. But the narration is not not of a big man. It is a narration of mermaids from an asymptomatic. And they said that the narration of homemade over here has a slight variation within the wordings and that variation hasn't been narrated by anyone else from ns. That's why I kept on making this point. That's why we noticed ns. That's why we noticed that a Timothy puts this ID after the previous one even though both of them had an S right. Why because homeaid as an RP mentioned, and haflinger Rafi, he narrated this hadith and there's a wording in here that none of the other narrator's from NSA and

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rather none of the others to harbor the 15. So how about that explained the attributes the physical traits of the profits and send them none of them mentioned this particular wording? So this particular wording is not a wording that has been accurately narrated, that's the point. But everything else is just as everybody else narrated cannot also Lysol Allahu alayhi wa sallam.

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As I said, not the whole Hadees just one word. God knows. This is how we see how much precision that hadn't been had even one word they'll stop and say this one word 15 others I have I did not narrate. And all of the other narrators from NSF and Malik did not narrated this one, one word word this way. So domains must have been the one that made a mistake. Okay. cannot assume the lifestyle. I send them all back and he was about what does that mean? This is not the mistake, but I'll get to the mistake he shall. So it means he was in the center in terms of his height. Remember in the previous label boil back in Well, I will concede he was neither extremely tall neither extremely short. Okay.

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So I basically means just exactly that. But and he explains it himself later, but not because he was about what does that mean? Lisa Batali? Well, I will say neither extremely tall nor they're extremely short. So you somewhere in the middle, but keep going back to the fact that towards that tallness. He was more Okay, neither extremely tall, neither shooting short, but it wasn't towards the shorter side. He was towards the taller side. And also the mortgages that remember that as well. The hustle houses can see certain movies also, when Hassan said maybe that when the profits is in the mood we would be with someone that is extremely tall, allow him to make him such that he would

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seem taller than the other person Why? So that the other person is not higher in height than also Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Allah subhana wa tada had raised the messenger while I thought about the home as we said folk about the dog. He had raised some people over others in dialogue in levels. So even in the dunya when people would come in front of profits or sell them, he would naturally look or look taller than them. Okay. Ghana rasulillah. He was unbelievable, though he has no he just has no

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Listen, he was a person that had a very beautiful body. Okay? What does hasn't just mean? That means a lot of things. That means number one, that all of the this by the way, it kind of gathers a lot of the traits of messengers awesome, has an Egyptian meaning that every single body part of Rasulullah was even every single body part of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was just as it should be. And that's why Hassan Abu savety says why settleman Kalam Terracotta Army? Why did you manual McCallum tele denisa hola como la I'm in Korea, even katakana to show a better person than you. My eyes have never seen and a more beautiful person than you women have never bought. And a German

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woman can tell he didn't. He said

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I'm in Korea, even you have been created free from all defects and Nicola pataca Natasha, it's as if you've been created, just as you yourself, please. So every single body part of us sort of locked was just as perfection dictates, just as the other body parts dictate. Remember, sometimes people have a small face a big nose, a person has small face, but big eyes. A person has, you know, a big face small eyes. So things are not in place, right? For every single person. We have something in our body, we're like, man, if it was just this way, it would look a little bit better, right? So the prophets I send them had nothing of that nature. Nothing of that nature, every single thing fit

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right into a puzzle. Every single thing appreciated the one that that's next to it. Every single body part and faculty appreciated the faculty that's next to it. That's what he means when he says has no juice and everything is just as it should be. Okay. Then he says what can a shower who needs to be jogging? We already mentioned this. His shout out was neither extremely jagged. What does that mean? It was not extremely curly. What are the soft and neither was it extremely straight. So it was right in the middle and here is the word where which is problematic. I smell known. He was brown in color. Okay, so all of the narrator's they narrate the fact that he was white in color, a big

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problem, the camera, he was white, with some redness in there, he was white with some roundness in there. He was not he was white, not extremely white, Northern extremely Brown. So this particular narration says Eskimo alone, he was brownish. Okay, so they said that, there's a couple of possibilities. The brownness that is being referred to over here is a brownness that is closer to the white for us to reconcile between the narrations or who made made a mistake from nsep Malik, he made a mistake in narrating because all of the other 15 Sahaba. And all of the other narrators from Ennis himself, they all narrate the Hadees otherwise, okay. Either I'm a chef that is that. Whenever

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would walk into a cafe, what does that mean? the profits of cinema walk fast, so his walk so the longer it was in them was not a week persons walk the profits and send them at a very, very good way of walking. Number one, the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would raise his feet, okay, so you wouldn't drag his feet on the law to summon. So you'd have a permit. Number two, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would raise his feet and also with strength, you know, when you are, when you look at army personnel and their training and stuff like that, they're taught to raise and put their foot back back and forth just like this. Right? So that

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when the profitsystem is raising, that shows the strength, the person is able to raise this foot that height and constantly do so as well and not get tired with it. So when the Prophet is walking, he would raise his foot, and then take a step. Not extremely high as well that would look obnoxious when you're normally walking. But the idea is that it wasn't dragged he wasn't dragging his feet. Number two, when the profits is seldom would be walking, you raise his feet, but after he would raise his feet, he would not drop his feet heart as well because if you drop your feet feet hard, you're harming the earth. So the prophet to send them would very softly places foot on the on the

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earth, which would then make a very obnoxious sound, rather, the foot would be raised slightly, and then it would be placed just as Allah subhanho wa Taala wishes for this put to be placed. You know what a bad man and lady named Shona Ali honan the slaves of Allah are those who very softly walk on the earth so he had speed but at the same time, he has a soft walk as well. Either I'm not sure.

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When he walks, he would do this thing called a thicker foot, okay, so we understand that everything in this headings is okay, with the exception of the word smell, which either needs to be reconciled with the other tradition, or the word smell is not really

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Although it's not something that's been protected, preserved, it would be considered shot, because maybe there's a good narrator. But he made a mistake over here. And he went against the other good narrators and what do we call that type of Hades call it that particular wording not that these there's a whole shot well now you hardly step I can feel my laugh a shadow will knock Lucas manita whatever a strong leader goes against a other group of strong narrators as well then that Hadees is known as a shell. Okay, so number three, the Hadees number three. Okay, we're looking at again, the cifa. All of these are the physical traits, the noble features of our messenger sallallahu ego, send

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them send lots and lots of thought upon the profitsystem as you're reading, remember, we said yesterday that one of the things about a salata an assassin is that it really comes from the heart when you learn about it. And Allah subhana wa tada tells us in the law of matter, he could tell you saw Luna and maybe

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remember this that the loss of Hannah Montana and his mother are sending salata upon the profits and

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he's saying that if I do it if my melodica who are sinless they're doing it Then how about you people? Yeah, you have levena Armand also tested believe they said more and more slots upon nonprofits and send them right yeah, you have livina Amen. Oh, who you believe sends a lot upon the prophecy. So follow Allah. He was suddenly Moses Lima Allahumma salli wa sallam was it Rebecca anabaena. But then I'll stop here and say that notice Allah uses the federal mobile carrier when he says yeah, you Medina Amina, when he says in the La amila, aka tolosa Luna NaVi, Allah uses the fear and mobile and we know fear and melodic has three things. Number one, it has a list. Okay? It's a

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future tense and also it's a present tense. Number two, it has a digit dude. Records. Number three, it has Cimarron continuity. So Allah subhana wa tada is basically telling us that Allah sends the salaat upon the prophets and send them recurringly he's doing it now he's going to do it in the future. It's occurring at every single moment continuously. recurringly so if Allah is recurringly, sending Salam upon the Prophet as in his exalting is mentioned, then how about us miskeen slaves of Allah subhana wa tada What should we be doing? If Allah above the seven heavens is constantly sending Salaam upon the prophets of Allah and not once not twice and he stops No, this is a

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continuous process you will so long they continue to do it. That's what it does. It shows you continuity recurrence. It shows you that is happening now what's going to happen in the future? So what's expected of us is to continuously since a lot upon the prophets I send them a lot more suddenly was suddenly Mozilla barik ala nabina. Hadassah will be in La Jolla. Mr. Lockhart, I decided I'm gonna have a shot. Yeah,

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definitely. I'm just reading on a shorter IV is hop on a sinner tomorrow, even as they've been on the along with the old Ghana pseudo life. sallallahu taala. Are you reading the Word? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a man. That's my boy. So now we have three wordings for the same thing. Later, but Oh, he did that. And what I will say that's number one doesn't. And that's in the beginning. Then the second Hadees can Robert Elizabeth Oh 11 policies. That's number two. Number three, God originated mobile. And all of them mean the same thing. I'm gonna warn them about both of them have the same even root word all about AI and mobile, they both come out to mean exact same

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thing, which means that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was not extremely tall, nor was he extremely short. There are either mad monkey brain or blade anabaena and monkey brain between the shoulders of the messenger. There was a distance

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he was brought shoulder. That's what that means. So the profits I'll send them did not have shoulders that are really really small, thin shoulders. Such as it looks awkward, right? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a broad shouldered man, which showed the strength of Rasulullah sallallahu it was in them that he did not been in monkey Bay. And that's why it's actually something that people appreciate in a person's posture. He has a his right shoulder so the profits all of a sudden, especially in men, that is so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was abroad children that I'll leave will do Ma. He had a very, very long, very, very thick set of here. That was the

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Duma. Okay, now Look, listen carefully now. Okay? We're gonna say a word three times and you'll memorize it.

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Well edge

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one edge

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one edge

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Okay, well edge village village rememorize it now when I just simply means to enter something. The holla Well, I just same exact thing.

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Allah subhanaw taala uses in the Quran as well but what that just simply means to enter into something hectar Yeti jelly Gemma Lu fi Now what does that mean until the camel ends up entering in the hole of the needle

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okay so what that means to enter something

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so my the word has nothing to do with what we're dealing with but you memorize this

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pattern wow lamb and Jean and then you will memorize the descriptions of the names of the names of the here of the prophets of Allah who it was okay. So at different points in life he had a different haircut so the longer it was in them okay the profits or sell them at times he would have

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and I would like to say he had good fashion sense but in reality he was the one who would make what will be fashionable so in the long run he was selling because he's the most perfect creations. So anything he does is what we should consider fashionable then because his way of conducting himself was the most beautiful way of conducting himself in fashion is only a trend that is followed by people after you see that Oh, well you know people are conducting this themselves in this way and this is positive this looks good. This looks bad. The profits are selling everything related to him look good. So he was the one who would dictate what would be fashion reality. So what a job

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wow lamb and Jean Jean. The first one is waffleh

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first one is waffle.

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Okay, number two is Lima.

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Number three is Joomla Joomla.

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Let me say that again. One.

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Wow. Lamb and Jean. The first one is waffle Ah, the second one is Lima. The third one is drama. Okay. These are the three wordings you will see when the prophets are synonyms here is being described. The and this is this meaning of these three I'm giving you based on the doula of the Nova, the majority of the Nova scholars explained these three words as follows. The first one is waffleh. waffleh is when the prophets are synonyms here would go up to his ear, something along or do something. Okay. This is when the prophets here would go up to his ear. All right, number two is Lima. Lima would be the year that would go below his ears, but they would not reach all the way to

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his shoulder blades. When the ureters reach the shoulder blades, they're called the Duma.

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That's why we said what let g

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you get it what let g so this is the neck areas. The first part is the waffle Ah, then after that comes the Lima. Then after that comes D comes the Juma. So there's three levels of how long the hair would be. Now, of course, these words can at times be used,

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restricted to something else when it becomes restricted that it doesn't have these connotations that I'm talking about. So over here we have a restriction. But it says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he was alvim and Juma it very thick, healthy bit of hair in a sham it was only two words the his ear lobes. So if it's towards his ear lobes, is it a waffled on our lips?

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It's it's Is it a domain out? No, because your eyes all the way to the bottom. But when you restrict one of these words, by saying tour all the way to the ear lobes are all the way to the neck, then all of these words can just be used, but with the meaning of shot here. That's it. Okay. But if you use them separately, and they're used and how do you separately as well, that's why it's good to know their meanings. Then it was a means all the way till the year limit means on the neck and drama means to the shoulder blades, but over here Duma doesn't mean to the shoulder blade. Why? Because, but I'll explain what he meant by the drama. I'll be much drama. He had very, very thick bit of a

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Duma and his drama according to him and reach to the shopmatic ooh name and reach to that ear lobes meaning that basically era when Barack is describing him at that moment,

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I let him let him Hamra the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a hola What is it? hurlock he had a lot which means a garment Okay, that is

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comprised that comprises of two parts. So he has a shirt almost, and a lower garment, not pants, necessarily, but a lower garment, whether that be in his art or whatever it may be. He had a two pieces of cloth covering him. That's why is it called the hula? Right. The hula is called the her lap because Hello, hello, me.

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To become on top of something

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Alright, so right now, how large awali Alibaba, my phone ended up becoming on top of the

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the desk. So hella, and it comes from the word Mahal.

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So it became on this map. You understand now this area this spot. So hula comes from that same root word which means that one cloth became on top of another. So if you have two toilets normally one becomes on top of the other right? You put your your shirt on or you put your data on your cloak on, then the cloak will naturally be on top of the Lord garment as well. It will become that way. So one becomes on top of the other. That's a whole so he was wearing a garment that comprised of two pieces. It was red as well. Okay, it was red. Now, the profits Islam is wearing a red garment. Don't we know that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in Sahih Bukhari also forbade us from Red

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Garmin says, found in Bahati that the Prophet connected with seven forbade one seven and one of the seven that he forbade with the hanabusa law while he was sitting about about an abuse also in December he commanded us with seven things and then after that no hug wasn't high nine seven he forbade us from Southern seven things as well. Amongst the seven things were the lead was silk a D badge amongst the seven things with almonacid

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garments that are also red as well. Okay, this is in Bali.

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what how do we reconcile between these two? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to Hannah and in my acid is a hormone he forbade us from and my acid. So what exactly is a nice Ah, my acid Mithra me Zahra is a

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is described to be one of two things it means clothes, that's number one. Number two, and that's the more common description. It means that nouns that you put on top of the camel and that cushiony layer that that that the herbs use until tilted it used until today used to sit on top of that sat me thought ah okay, and normally that's made of silk. So one may say well then the hula then the prohibition from the messenger salsa lamb must have been related to the silk and not to the redness. Okay, that's a possibility. Or it was related to the redness which made it even more hot on than the soap you get it why because

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the profits and send them in that same Huggies where he forbade from seven things he commanded with seven thing forbade from seven things in that same Hadith one of the things he forbade us from was silk. So there is no point in mentioning the idea of silk again. So the prohibition must be not related to the silk and it must be related to the redness. So there's a poor haivision on silk and then there's another one on

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on the redness as well.

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So how do we reconcile the way to reconcile then is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and forbade men from wearing something that is absolutely red.

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Okay forbade from wearing something that is absolutely red.

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Not that he had forbidden red altogether. So something that is mixed with other colors. So you have lines going across it or you have other textures on it as well. You know, maybe a different logo on the front or something like that that's covering a significant portion of the cloth, then that would be considered halaal and this is why when the prophets of Salaam were wearing hola hombre, it's not fully Hamra. It may have had lines that may have been other ways so the prohibition is specifically on the specifically that's one way of reconciling the prohibition is specifically on something that is absolutely red not something that is red mixed with other things. So keep that in mind because

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sometimes brothers are wearing a shirt that's red or something like that. And then the redness has like a logo or something and some guy comes as red as hell or something. No, they're red is also found profits. So in this economy, we're wearing it as well. So the red is how long according to one way of thinking if it is absolutely right and some said that right? It's not how long this is a sign that it's not how right

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so anyways, whatever the idea is, if it's mixed with something else, then we know for a short shorty that inshallah Tada This is not considered how long because we see in the Hadith the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, himself wearing this as well. But now, he continues, and he says Model A to shape and sentiment. I never saw anything that was more beautiful than the prophets all along. It was seldom. And that's why even when Hassan Abu Sabatini says, He says that I never saw what I mean column terracotta is more beautiful than you My eyes have never seen

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So he's generalizing. And over here it's even more general Matt, is it monsoon or not is lufia right and a has accent, his neck era, so it becomes general he is generalizing.

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She is Nikita so it becomes general. So basically the car either the principle is that negation after it if there's a word that is Nikita, that is an indefinite word then that generalizes Okay, negation after the negation if a indefinite word comes, then it becomes generalized. So not a sheet and I never saw anything so he's not referring to human beings alone. He's saying that if I were to imagine anything beautiful, I just have never seen anything like you. Or messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam whether it be the beautiful mountains that are look at beautiful oceans, beautiful seaside whatever thing that I can think of beauty beautiful trees for Malaysians, we know the beautiful

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trees, right? Whatever it is, that is beautiful, whatever it looks marvelous. Anything of Marvel I cannot Marvel over it more so than you messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam model, a two sheet and up to accent I mean, I've never seen anything that is more beautiful than you or messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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has a different mood, even though Hold on. Now another narration how does that

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color doesn't work here and this is what the famous scholar called Sophia Sophia answers to me on his half an albatross. So another hadiza Bala to have these letters to Elisa Morrow a two min v limiting now notice he uses the word lemma. Right. So now essentially, he was describing him with a drama. But he said the Juma was to do them. So we understood from that, that he was speaking of opera.

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Remember that principle that I told you what he described him to be what was a drama, but he said, model a two when he said he lashes out towards the ear lobes. So he understood from the from that restriction that he's not referring to a domain he's referring to offer. Over here, he describes him in another way with the word limit. So now he's actually referring to the fact that his hair was all the way down to his neck. Okay. So basically, the description By the way, it can come in different ways, because at one time the profits is send them to different here and another time, just like all other people, sometimes it'll grow sometimes it'll be shorter, sometimes it'll be more. So it's

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being described in different ways, model a twosie. Limited. And that's why some people they like to keep the hair very long, they're like, this is a no, this is not necessarily the sooner, right at times of profits and send them out long here, at times, their profit system did not have long here. Okay, so even keeping the shorter here that only go up to your ear lobes is also a signal that and also all the way to the neck is also similar, then also all the way to the shoulders would also be considered a pseudonym. So one specific type of here is not so novel. So that's my idea that I'm trying to get to the profits of cillum had long hair at times, like human beings, all other human

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beings at a time, so it'll be shorter because you got a haircut model at Minzy limited, feet related camera

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in a hula in a type of cloth, which we already described, the one that has yellow bow, about some of it becomes on top of the other. So it's a hula, right in a regular login, same idea. Santa Maria Rasulullah. He said in this description, wearing that beautiful garment hearing, hearing that beautiful having that beautiful haircut. I never saw anyone more beautiful than our sort of loss of aloha to Silla Lucia de boomin. Cuba now he describes the loom races it's not by us, but some of it is also touching his shoulders as well. Just like here as we said, he's a human being sir is here is going to be of different sizes. Some of it is cut some of it is not some of it is growing faster. So

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he reaches the the neck, you know, it reaches the shoulder. Some of it doesn't just like any other person, the profits of symptoms here is growing and becoming shorter. And on top of that, notice the profits and send them had curly hairs. So if anything gets straightened, even if it's on the neck, it will touch the shoulders. Right.

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Lucia O'Neill did a boom and he has here that is touching his shoulders. There are you do mabinogi monkey brain. Whatever is between his monkey Bane is quite distanced. And we already described that before right that the prophet SAW Selim had a bit of a distance between his trust between his two shoulders, meaning he was brought shoulder sallallahu alayhi wasallam and broad chested, and that means he was a strong man, that's the type of strength that was sort of lost a lot while he was sending that led me I couldn't will proceed. And by the way, as I'm describing anyone that here's a description of the messenger sallallahu I do send them notice that they feel happy, right?

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They're like, well, this particular description I have it in myself and other person says, I have this description and other people person says, I have description and that is a sign of love me Allah Subhana Allah grant us the love of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. nemea couldn't be a laboratory. He was not short, nor was he very, very tall, he was right in the middle, my dear messenger, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now we come to a hadith number five, this needs to be a thought even while the Allahu taala on and then Hadees number seven is also actually the hadith of a sort of an eternity of no real thought even while the alongside I know, but we're just gonna look at

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this one. And this will be the final Hadeeth we're looking at for today, since we had a class last night as well. This week, we'll keep the class a little bit shorter, and from next week onwards, we'll be doing just the two hours as we did normally. So number five had death Anam hammer didn't smile. Hammer the most marriages Who?

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hammer the blue smiley smilers Buhari and we said last night that amongst the most prized shoe of activity is Mr. Muslim and Ramadan is married. So over here he is narrating from Mohammed bin Salman al Bahati. And from the, from the absolute humility of Bahati by the way Buhari is a man that even the LMR they said some of them said that Mr. Muslim,

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he said he they said Buhari, namaha Muslim, no Raja, and some people have interjections to this. They they don't agree with this. But this is something that's been said about Buhari, that if it wasn't for Bahati, then Muslim wouldn't have come and gone, meaning you wouldn't have been able to do anything. But that's not necessarily true, because the amount Muslim has an entire book Sahih Muslim and he doesn't like his narrations are not from Bahati. So well, how do you take knowledge from but that doesn't necessarily mean that Muslim wasn't any man by himself. It wasn't for body but my point is just to show you the status of human body and environment Buhari is amongst the prize

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shoe who have activity because then when he was we said he grew up and then he started seeking knowledge. So he wasn't able to take it from the big shoe haul this time. So he took from people that even maybe considered his peers even though most mama does actually Chairman Hammond is married Buhari is actually his real chief as well. But my point is that from instalador Mr. Buhari said that to me that what I benefited from you Oh, didn't mean he was more than what you benefited from me. That was from the order of amendment to him Allah and

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Emmanuel Buhari, and him I didn't really he really becomes really happy at the fact that Muhammadu Buhari actually benefited from him as well. And that's a reality he did benefit in certain regards from a divinity though undoubtedly, the it's a shift and student relationship but in all those relationships people benefit from one another as well right? But at the same time, a Timothy becomes happy that's why sometimes he narrates ahaadeeth in a movie and then at the end of the Hadith he says that and and this hadith Buhari heard it from me, because he's, he's happy that you know, even taking it from me, had made him smile his partner had done a boomerang.

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a boomerang will further live in Duquesne. So this is one of the prize shoots of hamady, the smiling body. So tell me the narrating from Hamburg as well Buhari, who's narrating from one of his big trio for the living Duquesne had definitely Mr. Rudy on earth man, even Muslim, even hormoz and naseeruddin debate in Melbourne and polygon, what do you

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call? He said, LEM yakun interview sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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Okay, and we sent him out with him as he was blind right towards the end of his life. Because he was Brian towards the beginning of his life.

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Okay, and Allah subhanho wa Taala bless the moment Bahati to gain his eyesight back, by the way out of his mother, okay. His mother made a lot of the eye for him. And Allah subhana wa tada granted embeddedness Marian Bahati as I said, back as from the moment didn't really he became blinded from the amount of tears that would come out of his eyes. He became because of how much he would cry. May Allah Subhana Allah have mercy upon him towards the end of his life, he became blind nemea couldn't know he was on a lot while he was setting them up. Though he he was not extremely tall what I will proceed and nor was he extremely short, Chef noodle caffeine, okay. He had rough hands. Okay, this

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is way before you start writing Hold on. He was he had chest nose cafe. He had rough hands, meaning that

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at times he had rough hands because we have another hoodie, in which Ms. Malik he says mama says to

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husband Wallah the Belgian Eliana with a hurry on Eliana

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minca philosophy law, I never ended up touching anything, not even silk that would be considered more softer than that guff of a lawsuit or loss. Awesome. Okay, so we said hustle, it shouldn't be. Okay. We already mentioned that. There's a couple of Sciences at Sierra and Mojave. And we said, some people have a problem with the books have settled, they say there's too much we're in them, right? So, in reality, those are books that deal with work. That's why there are a lot of work related issues in there. That's why the times they're even called and mahasi. They're Sierra, and then there's mahasi, that times are even known as an mahasi. Book seven mahasi. And then we have

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Shama relativity, right or Shama in comedy in general. So even because he has a book on it, mmm, didn't mean he has a book on it. And other people as well. Remember, Timothy is the most popular book, okay, his book, then we have something called al Hassan. So number we are the particularities of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, these are things that were specific to the messenger, sallallahu alayhi wasallam, whether it be in its physical traits, basically some of the more Jews that that have been some, some of them are more devout, others are the particularly so the prophets or send them was allowed to marry more than four. So that is something particular to a lawsuit of

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loss of sort of the likes of that. So now in terms of the hand, why am I saying that the hand of the messengers of love it was send them was as such, they said, that sense is described in two ways

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that it is softer than silk. And in one way is described rough as well. It was number one, it wasn't a skinny hand.

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So the hand of Rasulullah saw, Selim wasn't a hand that had no meat on it, right? That looks like a very skinny hand. And a person of such nature doesn't look like a very strong man. So his hand had some meat that would make it seem like it was a person that had a strong hand, then it wasn't extremely big, nor was it extremely small, right, my hand is relatively smaller, but his hand was not necessarily very big, not very small as well, but it was in the middle as well. Now, on top of that, the thing about the hand is that at times, it would be rough, at times it will be soft. Why? Because at times, softness is required, at times, roughness is required. So a person that works

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outside all day, and works on a very hard, you know, sort of type of thing, then they need rougher hands. Why? Because any nail any Thorn, anything can poke the hand. But if it's a rougher hand, then it's easier not to get hurt not to get injured. So when the profits or send them is in war, his hand becomes rough some of the lahardee

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and when the profits a little longer it will send them is outside of work, then the profits and send them is with his wives with his children with the children of the Sahaba. Then when he touches them, he touches them with a soft hand that feels even softer than silk. This is the hand of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam chestnut cafe. welcoming and same thing goes with the fundament because even the feet times you need to refer foot so that you can walk outside and the profits are seldom used to recommend to so how about to walk outside, right? You would say that kind of interviews or semi professional hype, I would say that the messenger sallallahu Sallam would tell us to walk their

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feet outside Why? Because we can get used to having our feet rough a messenger his feet would become rough when needed to become rough. And similarly, the prophets of Salaam also had feet that would be that would be feet that are beautiful, and absolutely normal llama Ross. And at the same time, the profits or selling didn't have a small, little skinny little head, he had a head that would notch his body, he had broad shoulders, a small head would make it seem too small, right? So you had to have a head that would be matching that particular size of body. And at the same time, the Arabs used to look at a larger head to mean a larger brain and intellect as well. That's the type of idea

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that they would have. So when the prophet SAW send them would come, he would have this this head that would be a fear sized head which would make the Arabs understand that the prophets or send them as a man of intellect the prophets of Salaam is above all intellectuals, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is the smartest single smartest person that ever walked this earth. And what are the reasons why the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam was saw that he was trustworthy and truthful. And one of the reasons why the Prophet sallallahu it would send them was also a person of of carom and a person of good conduct is because he was smart. You'll notice whenever you meet people that

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are smart, they're not obnoxious, they just normally aren't. intellect and abductions behavior does normally not go together. So for that reason, as she fell all the areas, by the way, if I could mention a book that you'd read on your own, then read the Shiva all the way up. This is a book that will make you fall in love with

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sallallahu wasallam

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It is a book I don't think the likes of which have been written there are some mistakes and problems here and there within the book as well. So you read also with some commentaries and so on and so forth and inshallah tada those things can be retracted but it is a book the likes of which have not been written in terms of making us love Rasulullah. So he talks about this that the reason why he had these noble traits was because he was smart. And the intellect Apple they say, comes from the word okpala, which means to stop, pause block. So the apple blocks a person from obnoxiousness. So since he was the most optimal of people, naturally, he was the most well conducted of people as

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Docomo, Ross and Dominic karadeniz and at the same time, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had bones that were not little skinny little bones You see, as you grow older, what happens your bones also start to shrink as well. And as you so the idea is with the bones of rasulillah there are bones that were that would show strength there were bones that would show the existence of this human being and also the loss on a lot while he was alive. And similarly the joints have also got all these could be bones itself or it could be the joints as well they weren't skinny little joints, the joints would be notable joints that the profits a little longer I do send them had Okay, Bachman

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karadeniz masaba

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masaba is what and we'll talk a little bit more about this maybe next week each muscle buys what

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Alma Suba is a hairline on the chest

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Okay, so it starts here or it starts at the belly button and it goes upwards so the profits has settled didn't have a very hairy chest but he still had here on his muscle by and we'll talk about the chest and all that inshallah Allah next week as well but generally to no mess Aruba and when you're pronouncing it don't make a mistake and call it masaba it's must Aruba

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Okay, cuz masaba is is the crack in the behind because it's still a line right? Masuda is this line that starts off of here from the belly button and it goes upwards so don't make a mistake and pronounce it wrong. It is though he was Masuda either Masha taka taka one can a million helpfulness Allah but now we're looking at the machine you already spoke about a little bit about the walkover sort of law Let's read more

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different an American woman suburb suburb is a place that is really high. Okay, in in crime going downwards. So when you're on top of a mountain or something, if you take a ball and you and you you place it here, it will start going down at a fast pace. Right? If you're in a area that's like a river almost flowing, you have water and there's like a area going downwards, the water will flow faster, right. So that is called a suburb. Also known as a Manhattan, also known as a duel or header, Moon header. So the profits on the long run, you send them as he's walking, he would walk such that it would be really fast that gets the attacker phone, he would walk extremely fast.

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Just as water would come down in a river, it's already fast. But when it goes downwards, almost like a waterfall, but not entirely. We're talking about not not a dead end. We're talking about an incline. Or sorry, a decline. So when the water is going down that decline, what happens the water will move faster, right? And even when you're on top of like,

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on top of a mountain yourself, you're coming down it's easier than when you're going up right. But the other thing is

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the other thing that that means we can just describe the profits of Ceylon Taka, Taka form which means you walk fast, right but it the other thing over here is it's as if he's coming down the suburb because see the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a very muscular body. Okay, so he has this big chest. And he has not obnoxiously big like some people but he has a chest that is a fear sized chest. It looks just the way it should be. And he's a muscular mag so he's not being weighed down by blubber. And hence when he's walking, you see when those people that come out of the gym, they're walking, what happens. They walk suit together, right? their chest is kind of together and

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as they're walking, they're walking together. So if you come down a mountain whether you're built or not what happens you have to walk like this because you're holding yourself, you're bracing yourself. Okay, so when the profits is sometimes just not normally walking, he's walking like a man that has has power a man that has strength, a man that is that is a person that has muscle as well bla bla bla What about that? A person that

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that the narrator it would not be a pilot his his own

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son in law says limb or fabula whatever. I had never seen someone and cousin as well.

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I'd never seen anyone before hidden or after him. That was like him as in he was one and alone in how perfected and how beautiful it was. And I start started off or somewhere in the middle I mentioned and I'll finish off with the statement of Hassan Abu Dhabi it was settlement Gollum, takato regimental woman kilometre lady Michelle. Hola como

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una patata mata show me more beautiful than new My eyes have never seen auto suit a lot, and more beautiful and more magnificent and handsome. The new women have never bore you have been created free of all defects. It's as if you've been created as you please yourself. I ask Allah subhana wa tada to give us the defeat and the pleasure to see Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in our dreams are sallallahu ala Sayidina Muhammad Ali. He was like a big Mary