Abdul Wahab Saleem – Shama’il At-Tirmidhi – Prophetic Characteristics – 02

Abdul Wahab Saleem
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of accepting gifts and not advertising them, as shia's qualities and weight on the media are portrayed by people from outer space and the media uses people from different countries to portray shia's qualities and their weight on the media. The speakers emphasize the need for understanding and embracing the holy grail, using "has" and "hasha" to reference the profits of the theater, and the profit center at a home salon where hair is processed per day. They also mention the importance of obtaining a license to operate in the UK.
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Sula, Shangri La sort of sama, la Sula. hamdulillah Hamdan. UEFI Nana who classroom azita Allahu Allah CDM hamedan. Radha earlier he will suffer because you marry a llama alumna And Pharaoh now in front of him it was it dinner already. Yeah kidding.

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By the grace of Allah subhana wa tada we continue this lesson on Shama it didn't mean the Shema mohammedia and the Hadees that we're looking at today starts off with death and so if you look here

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and that Hadith is Hadith number six, okay. Of course that Hadith in Have you heard it number six is quite small as you will see.

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He says had definite Sofia ignore Kiran, Allah had dessiner, Avi Anil, Mr. odb. How that is not not what will be mad now.

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So so if you look, he says that he heard from his father, who heard from Mr. Moody with this same chain of narration.

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NET won't be

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the same thing that you'd heard in the previous Howdy. So basically, the Hadees that we read prior to that, the long had these describing the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, the Hadees the value of mobiel Taliban will be allowed to add on. So that same Hadith is what soufiane Akira is narrating. Okay, so that's why some of them have seen what they do is instead of bringing the entire Hadeeth again, they will simply just put next one will be not not just like this, with the same meaning. So they'll be marijuana with the same meaning is just an extension to the word natural. It's the exact same thing in reality natural is the same thing as being the owner when in reality,

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but it's there is a slight difference, however between well and mythical. Okay, so NACA, who would mean that it's similar to it in, in meaning, however, michelia will mean that it's the same in meaning. And at the same time, it's also the same in wording as well. Whereas narrow will mean that it's the same in meaning. So it's possible that that the Hadees that he narrated afterwards from Sofia and Nokia from his father from God, it may be different in terms of its wordings, right, but it's the same in terms of its meaning. And that's why at the end, he says, The manner now we're about to commence. Okay? By the way, Savannah, North here is a big scholar of Hadith. And he's a,

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he's the son of the famous, Lucky, lucky, I don't know Java, and used to generate a lot of headings and a lot of different scholars, such as even magia and others, they narrated from him and he was up. He was a authentic narrator as well. So we have now another famous scholar had definitely, okay, even more of the be valuable city

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dibner abda he narrates or rather adenomatoid earaches from Amazon lambda. And that is said to be a Bobby Why? Because there's a bug B and there's an AZ there's two different Bombus

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is a lobby and an ad. So, since there's two different ones,

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to differentiate between which one is it that activity is narrating from, he puts the nyssma he puts his attribution to whichever country he deserves to be attributed to. Okay, either to allow or to Baba so he's not be as an as attributed to, to bend over. Okay.

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So this is

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gonna be

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and of course, Ben will Baba is a abila from amongst the other tribe from amongst the tribes of bussola. The Arabs and bustled Ah, so he's also known as Al basri, as well, even after that of Bobby Bonilla, allostery from the tribes of the Arab tribes of bustle.

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And who else narrates this hadith as well, by the way, this is also a very famous scholar, all right, he died in the year 245.

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It now comes another big scholar as well a powerhouse scholar, this one here, Bahati will also

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narrate his ahaadeeth Muslim will narrate his Hadees it didn't mean he's already doing it and Maasai. So these are this is a very big scholar of Hadith as well.

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All right, he says, or he narrates, not yet we're not getting into who he knows from. Then there's another person that didn't read these narrating from so Timothy is narrating back to the back from three people and then he'll bring the chain. So he says, first of all, I've done a beat. Then I leave my job. And now also Abu Jafar, Mohammed

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Debian crusade. Okay, Mohammed Hussain also is a big scholar of Hadith is acceptable as well in narration, but only the author. He's the one that narrated from Hamad leprosy. And so the other major scholars of Hadees did not bring his narration as well, but that doesn't mean that he wasn't a credible narrator. He's good except double narrator as well, Mohammed democracy.

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All right, who is

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okay, so we're back.

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So, Mohammed Hussain Halima.

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And then he says, Paul, all of them said so not one, not two, all three of the narrator said now had definitely not Isa, even Eunice, Risa. Even Eunice, he told us and again, he said newness is a another famous famous scholar. What he used to do was he would make one year and another year he would go and make he would go and fight jihad. So one year you'd be going for Hajj and the other year you'd be going to fight jihad. And he did that many times. So has been said that he had done that 45 times 45 times in hajj and 45 times he went to to fight Jihad as well. So this was every year then he was of course a very old man. When he was doing this and he was continuing to do it had

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definitely said newness, okay.

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And of course all of the

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authors of the six books Bahati Muslim and all of the students, they all have his Hadith in their books. He said newness and aroma even or Abdullah no lava dilla no level four. He says Carla, Destiny Ibrahim, Mohammed Ibrahim, Mohammed Abu Ibrahim. Mohammed is the grandson of Ali Ali.

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He's the grandson of Alejandro Vitaly, so he's actually Ibrahim even Hamad even unhealthier

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who is Mohammed Abu hanifa is the son of Adi robotic. Right so he says

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Ibrahim Mohammed he narrates from Alibaba

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saying Ghana Ali Ibrahim Hamad been the grandson he doesn't really report normally from he doesn't have direct chain from Alibaba. So there's someone in the middle there's Mohammed via the son of aluminium with olive right? So this is not a connected chain. All right. So he says Ghana Ali You are the Allahu Allah, Allah when he used to explain how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam looked, and now we're getting into those snippets or Rasulullah saw send them again, the beautiful trait, the beautiful characteristics, the beautiful physical beauty of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam yet again, and this is a long Hadeeth. And it's a very difficult one as well. And for that

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reason, at the end of this Hadeeth of worries, that didn't really he'll start explaining the headings himself. So remember, we said that as opposed to other books of Hadith, I've already said Timothy, what he does is sometimes when there's a difficult work, he will bring the explanation himself. Why because this is the nature of every SAP activity, specifically in gender activity even more. So gender activity, you'll bring this up as we said, you'll bring the times they'll bring up either in there he'll bring a lot of different things. But over here, you'll bring at least the wordings which are difficult.

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So we'll read and then also we will read the explanation of vibrissae Timothy,

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Garner it earlier or the Allahu dadan either

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Well, I thought I flew to LA he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, whenever he would describe the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he would say lemmya Kunal Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam whenever you're hearing again and again, say some Allahu Allah, you would send them along on Sunday, you will send them what do you do about it?

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He says, Let me akuna sodalite sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was not extremely tall, illuma hot. Okay, what does mama mean?

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You say my love and habit, if I'm up, I ended up extending the, the habit, the,

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the rope, and then what happened to the rope, it ended up becoming extended. So if you see a rope, it's all, you know, wrinkled up and stuff. So if you want to extend it and straighten it out, you extend it, and it becomes straighten, sometimes you have to twist it and turn it as well. So to make sure it's straight, so when you end up doing that, it becomes much longer than when it's all around it together, right place together. So that is you use the word mulatto, and habla for malapa then it became mama hub. Okay, so over here, it is saying that he wasn't like this long extended rope, he wasn't extremely, extremely tall. We already explained the profitsystem site or somewhere in the

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center. Now miraclesuit Alliance have a lot more It was built, deleted my mother, well, I will concede without it. And nor was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam extremely short and without I did, meaning that his shortness would be

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it would make his body such that a portion of it would seem within the other portion. Okay. So kind of like extremely small, like a hobbit or something, you know? So he wasn't of that nature that he would look extremely small in size? Or was he that of that nature, that he would look extremely, extremely Paul in size as well. And then for it to further explain, right? See, whenever you're explaining an attribute of an individual, if you just stick to the negation, then it doesn't actually seem good.

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Right. And that's why sometimes people they describe a loss of data, and all they're describing is, he was not, he's not this way. And he's not that way. And he's not this way and he's not that way. And then they forget all of the Beautiful Names of Allah subhanaw taala, which are descriptive of Allah without us negating everything from Allah subhana wa Tada. Right. And that's why even within the Quran, the nature of the Quran is when Allah subhanaw taala is being described a loss of data, he may negate things from him as well. allaahu that, you know, that that hallucinate, similar to what I don't see now, sleep slumber and sleep doesn't overtake them. So there is negation here,

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right. But normally, the normal in the Puranas affirmation because affirmation also brings beauty to that. But sometimes negation led me to what I don't know matches somehow it will not fit. All right. So sometimes there's negation, but after that affirmation beautifies because you recognize the affirmed, you recognize how negated the negation is, after you understand what the affirmation that comes after it as well. Right? Allah subhanaw taala doesn't sleep or slumber doesn't overtake him, and then he's a human as well, at the same time. He's fully, you know, he alive and Allah subhanho wa Taala is the one that's taking care of everything as well. So he is not too long, right? He was

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extremely tall, nor is he extremely short, then what is he gonna rob at a minute? Then he was he's somewhere in the middle of that. Okay, so now the affirmation came or how he really was that description came as well. So this is a way Abella away, as I say, a form of rhetoric in the Arabic language as well, to negate some things but then afterwards, also affirm them as well affirm the concept that is being negated as an affirm the type of description that you're trying to get to. So then it becomes really clear what it's not and what it really is, well, let me I couldn't be jagged. Nor was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam jack, meaning nor was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi

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wa sallam is here wasn't

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it didn't have curls, extreme curls. Okay. And remember, we said a jagged couplet. He didn't have the type of curl that you may see in the African here, right? But that doesn't mean he may not have the same sort of curls in the beard some a lot more it was said and we're talking more about the beard, but we're talking now about the here. So it wasn't extremely curly such that if you were to extend it, it would be become extremely long as it may happen, and people that that have afros, etc, when I was up, and no, nor was hair extremely straight, like Asian hairs, such as the Chinese and Vietnamese ears, and so on.

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and so forth, right? That's not the type of hero sort of loss of a loved one he was sending that, rather than profits or send them here. It was somewhere in the middle. And in fact, the author now after negating as well, the qualities that they here wasn't, he says, or he thought of that as kind of Jonathan Raji than the profits in the long run, it was signum was jacked, he was a little bit curly, or Gln, meaning it was straight, but at times, it may get wavy, and at times from the end, it may also circle upwards as well. That's how the hair of it also will last a little longer, it was setting them as what was so it wasn't extremely towards the extreme curliness. Nor was the hear of

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Rasulullah saw Selim towards the extreme straightness as well, somewhere in the middle. And as I said, towards the end, it would curl as well. What am yeppoon Bill mccahon? And nor was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam el mapa hum, what does it mean? Well notice that towards the after the Hadees, the author himself will explain the word mobile humbuckers. To cut it short, it simply means that he wasn't extremely fat, Abaddon the prophet SAW Selim was was an extremely

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as well. Okay, so.

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And that doesn't mean the profits and send them was skinny as well. And we'll get to that. So there was, you know, extremely skinny normally leads people to say bony extremely fat normally leads people to say other things as well. Right. So the profits, a lot of send them was not bony. But the profits of cinema was not found as well. What am your candle mccahon? Well, I've been Mikkelsen, and nor was the Prophet sallallahu. It was sitting them. And by the way, the word Muslim has been described to mean other things as well. And one of the meanings that it's been described to me is that the prophets, Allah, it was sending him his skin color, the brownness. Remember, we said it's

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white, mixed with a very small hint of brown and redness, right? So that roundness wasn't towards the black. And I stop here and say, I remember, a couple of years ago, some of the brothers were doing their research, and they had consulted me on this as well. And I tried to participate as much as I could at that time. In this regards, there's a group by the name of Nation of Islam, and they tried to make the profits a little longer, it was setting them look out to be black. Alright, they say that he was dark skinned. Now every, as the prophets are selling himself said that all people are like the, the fingers of a comb. We're all even equal, it doesn't really matter. But now when

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we're describing the prophet SAW, Selim, we will describe him as he is not, not, you know, the black Jesus, the white Jesus thing over here. Now the prophet SAW Selim had a white tone to his body, but it was towards the slight bit of brown and it was also mixed with a little bit of red as we'll find out. And what they said is that, you see, there's something in Arabic called a dud, the opposites, okay? The opposites, so you can use a word, and then use the same word as the opposite meaning as well. So they said really, when a lot wasn't when a laws messengers being described to be appeal, it really means is what?

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Okay, now, the concept of a lot is there in the Arabic language that the word is used, and also another word is used for the opposite of that? Sorry, the same word is used for the opposite meaning as well, that's there. But normally, you can tell that from the context, right? You can tell that from the context. That's number one. Number two,

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is not only described to be

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appealed, Mashallah Bombay camera, he's not only described to be white, also, with a with a hint of brownness. Rather, he's also described to be well, I'm yeppoon bill Mata hum, and the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was not mobile him and I said one of the meanings of the word mobile home is that his brown nest did not, did not go towards the darker tone, the blackness right? So the prophets will allow you to send them is not only affirmed to be white, he's also negated to have been been black as well. So for someone to try to, you know, convince people otherwise then naturally, we say that they're not quite understanding Arabic But anyways, going back to the concept

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of of that the opposite it's a it's a concept that is heard by the Arabs if you hear a certain word used by the Arabs to be white and black or at the same time for example, then that's possible. But if it's a word that you just decide, okay, well, there's happens to be a concept called all dot opposites. One word has the meaning and its opposite at the same time, then you can just make up otherwise basically, you can say anything that is in the Quran and Sunnah and make it the opposite.

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Well, there's something called opposites. Don't Don't drink Hummer doesn't really drink it.

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Don't do this as it really do it. So that's not what's meant over here. Right? It's only if the Arabs have used it in that particular context. Do we also use it in that particular context, but as we said, he's been described to be white and also, he's been negated to have been a darker skin tone as well. So but at the end of the day, it doesn't what was the point of the matter is that it doesn't matter white or black. It's not like one is better than the other and the messenger sallallahu It was said that he said it himself. He said, there is no virtue over for an Arab over non Arab or non Arab or over an Arab white over a black of black over a white it's not something of

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virtue, but you cannot misconstrue a real fact by when you couldn't be mocha

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when we look at them, and nor was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam extremely round in his face, okay. Well, I've been looking some extremely round. So some people their face or their, their, their heads, basically, they're extremely round. Right, other people, they have a straightness, but at the same time, they have a slight roundness to their face as well. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he his face was again right in the middle and as we'll find towards the end of this chapter, which we hope to finish it in if we don't next week that he would be such that he was asked then

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everything of the profits and sell them is described to be cost if you look at this a lot of the profits and sell them job in some way he describes the profits and send them spread between the multiple and there's a lot to be costing me in the middle not too long, not too short, right? And similarly

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the profits of cinemas bodies described similar everything is right in the center so his face is not to round the messengers all sudden and it's not it's not like a square shape or it's not out of proportion as well. It's as round as it needs to be as straight as it also needs to be so Lola where are they using them? All right, at the same time, the prophet SAW Selim

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he continues, remember is negating and is affirming at the same time so it's giving him the qualities that he's he is and those that he isn't, so he was not looking at them extremely round. What kind of cheated Whelan and at the same time there was some roundness to the face. Okay, it wasn't extremely round macadam nor was it nor was it extremely blocky rather. It was a little bit round some a lot more it was okay, now we get to the slipper a little sort of last a little longer. It was so them in terms of his his color yet again. I'd be held he was white, okay. So that is very, very clear. It does not mean black.

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It means white Abele Mashallah wouldn't be hombre Abele, Mashallah okay?

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But at the same time will show up Musab means

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means see a shopper who are shopping rather who it means to to melt something into something else. Okay. What should he do if he thought he could obey Him?

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Because for him, and they ended up having the love of the agent, the calf when he when Musa alayhis salam had left them they ended up having the love of the calf melted within their hearts right

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placed within their hearts it's almost as if they drank it and it was mixed with into their hearts now right so appeal will shut up meaning white but there is a little bit of another color also within that as well melted within to that whiteness. So what is that other color? We said in other narrations we have the term Lucia wouldn't be hombre and another narrations, the fact that he's called SMM alone as well, we can say that, in general, he was white in complexion, two words, a slight bit of brown and mixed with a little bit of redness not too much, not too little. Okay, a Dodge aligning

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a name and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam was adages a name now this is what it means it means his his eyeballs so the longer it was send them had

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the actual pupil was was blocked. Okay, should he do so are the lightning, it was a black people. So in the long run to say we had a black guy, someone long it was him. And

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at the same time, the whiteness was extremely white. You know, sometimes when you look at people's eyes, you'll see the whiteness is towards the yellow. You'll see the whiteness has a lot of red lines in the red veins popping out right? So for the messengers a lot longer it was send them the whiteness was extremely white. And at the same time the block was extremely black as well. So a lot of it was in the Dodge,

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wh farm and Kate

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messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had the eyes

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that when

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his eyelashes right, they were extremely long, so he didn't have really small eyelashes sallallahu alayhi wa sallam rather the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had beautiful nice eyelashes that were that if a person was to see you notice beauty and normally long eyelashes and thick eyelashes specifically are a sign of beauty and a person right they look beautiful on an eye and that's why people try to beautify their eyes further by putting by putting

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whoa hold on they use that to put on their eyelashes as well right. So that is a sign of beauty normally

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so that's why the profits a lot more it was send them with the dark black here, he had these eyelashes that were also very thick and beautiful. I had a short notice as far as me as far actually means this

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you know, the actual cover of the eye, the skin that covers your eye, the one that you use to close and open the eye, the eyelids but

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eyelashes are known as the adab Okay, so one may think that the profits and sell them had Long Island's that's not what's meant. what's meant is the profits and sell them had I lashes that were extremely long in amongst the rhetorics of the Arabs is the fact something you name based on something else that is attached to it. So for example, us is your head, right? But the Arabs may call the here on the head ooze.

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And similarly, the eyelashes are what they're the ear on top of the island. But they may use the word islands themselves to refer to the hair, especially if it's clear from the context. Nobody thinks that he may have longer islands, right? Because I mean, your islands are normally at the size of your eyes themselves. So naturally, you understand that what's being referred to especially the word is referring to double or double sharing, as well. Okay, Jelly Roll Musashi in the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had

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very, very sick

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bones as well, that were that would show the strength of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam especially when it came to the joints. So that's what God did massage means that he had and we already looked at that before as well as the profits or send them had, you know, very good size bones, some Allahu Allahu semi Geneva moustache

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when you get it, and also the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had broad shoulders, remember, the shoulders of the messenger, were extremely broad, as we said already, that are a very demanding element given Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a good distance between the Monkey Bar in between the shoulders, so he had a very, very broad chest. So it's saying the same thing over here, Jenny mashach, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was magnificent when it came to his bones, isn't there a good size, healthy size, and at the same time, the profits a little longer it was it was broad shouldered as well, let's get it very large shoulders as well. All of that proving the

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strength of the messengers philosophy. And by the way, when we talk about the strength of the messenger, sallAllahu wasallam, you have to realize that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the strongest man to ever walk the face of the earth, period, he was a Strongest Man to ever walk the face of the earth. In fact, in all regards the profits of the longer it would send them was the most perfect man to ever walk the face of the earth. So whatever we're describing of qualities, this right here is the qualities of perfection.

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So if one person has and that's why I said in the last class as well that sometimes we'll need a reading these traits of the prophet to send them if we see one quality within us, right? We feel happy, because this is the sign of perfection, the profits and send them everything that a lot chose for him was the perfect thing, whether that be in this dunya or the hereafter. Okay? So even in the studio, there's a times people say things about, we're allowed to do this, we're not allowed to do that. And then people just, they're really mad, they will turn to the profits and systems life. And they'll say that, look in the profits life a lot chose this path for me. And that's why even those

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people that have a discussion with scholars that have a discussion such as a

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little humor a lot about whether poverty is better, or affluence is better. So they'll go back and forth in terms of evidences from the Quran and the Sunnah. And then one will come and say, Allah always chose the best thing for the prophets of Allah and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He

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He lived a life of poverty. So that must be the case another person will come no Hold on. The Prophet had all the wealth in the world at his disposal, he chose not to take the profits I'll send them had been given so much wealth every time you'd be giving it giving it, but by the nighttime, you'd spend it all in the way of Allah subhanaw taala. So which one is it? Anyways, the discussion continues. My point is, they'll go back to the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to see which one is the best.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was also a drug, a drug meaning a sham, meaning that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wasn't hairy. So the longer I use it, he had here where the here needed to be, and will describe every single part of the body where the hair would be. So but besides that, it wasn't like the prophets or send them was extremely hairy in the in other body parts, which would make

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almost a defect. Sometimes when you have no hair, people say especially in men, they say, well, that's a defect that shows the lack of manliness if you have too much here, people also mock that as well. So the profits is slim. Like everything else. He was centered in this regard as well. So where was the here?

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Where was the here?

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The author continues, or I even call it brother continues? He said, Do mastaba the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a person of Mesaba? What's that? Mesaba? Sorry, Mr. Robot, what's up, Mr. Robot, we said already, Mr. Robot is the here that starts right here. This is called the lab that this hole right here, right below your, your neck, right? Right where your your chest starts over there. That area is known as an masaba Alma robot. That area is known as a lambda. A lambda is where the hairline starts, the hairline is what's known as muscle back. All right, the left back is where the hairline starts. And then the muscle back continues all the way to the navel of Rasulullah

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sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And the hair would be very, very thin, almost as described in certain narrations cut up, it's as if it was just a line written like a drawn line. As it was, it wasn't a very thick hair line. But again, through other ahaadeeth will notice that there's here in other places as well on the body and even on the chest. But we'll get to that when we get to that and Shawn, chestnut is caffeine, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had rough hands, but we already described that the roughness of the hand was a mortgagees up. At times, the head would be rough, and at times the hand wouldn't be rough. The times were the profits of the love while he was

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setting them needed to have a soft hand such as a soft touch to children, to his wives sallallahu it will send them to the elderly and so on and so forth, the profits along where it will send them hand will become soft. And whenever the prophet to send them required a rougher hand than the profits and synonyms hand would become rough as well, such as when we would fight in the battle such as when the profits a little lower and he would send them would be working, even the Medina in the message the message of Rasulullah the profits of the long run, he would send them participated in the development of the masjid. So whenever the harsher refer had not harsher no harshness of Masuda

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Allah, whenever the rubber hand was needed the profits on the log while he was sitting on his hand would become rough. And similarly whenever the the softness was needed, the profit to lower it was synonyms and would become soft and I say this because we have different narrations and this is how the early mid reconciled between the two. So in certain narrations we have him being described even softer than silk in terms of his head. And in other narrations, the prophets and send them is being described as a person of rough hands and feet

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and feet as well. And we already said before that the feet are what are sort of lost on the left right he was do send them where those feet that would walk everywhere. It's not like the type of feet that we have nowadays and by the way, feet may change depending on how you use them of course, right they may become referred they may become softer, they may become fatter, they may become so on and so forth, right? So the profits on the long run he or send them you will be out for word the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would be walking all day he would be in the heat of the sun, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would be participating in training people of prophets all along

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it would send them will do a lot of things. So he would walk around a lot. And also the prophets or send them wouldn't necessarily walk everywhere with shoes and socks. He would walk many times also without anything on his feet. And in fact, he would even encourage that practice. And I remember one of our Messiah, one of the machines actually that I read this this book to a Shema and mohammedia he would encourage us to walk bare feet because the prophets of Salaam caribou Sana salami, morona namshi, provided he will Sahaba say that the prophets of Salaam used to command us to walk bare feet. So one of our missions

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He would also commanded us that when we were beating the ducks, for example, after the ducks were going for a lot, he would say, don't wear your shoes now just walk bare feet. right because your feet need to get used to sometimes a thorn

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you know poking your foot or something else so that when the, the foot becomes rough enough for it to be able to bear all these things, so in case you ever come into a situation where you need to walk, you don't have a feet like a feet of a baby, such that you can't even walk anywhere because you you don't have your shoes with you. You know? So we would practice that in May Allah Subhana Allah give us the fit to continue to practice that as well. General mustache, but what would happen is if you go to the masjid bare feet, people find it awkward. They're like you're gonna mess up this agenda. You're gonna make everything dirty in the masjid but this is just how the reality of life

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is. Sha Sha Doolittle Musashi kitty as your new masaba Shannon shiners caffeine will either mean either Mashallah, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would walk up Allah, tala meaning he would, we already mentioned, it would be like uprooting, okay. So when he would lift his foot, it would lift it fast. Because he would have the strength to be able to do that there is no laziness in the walk of rasulillah there is no dragging the feet in the walk of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam Mashallah, when he would walk sallallahu alayhi wasallam. You would, it would be as if he was uprooting, okay. And wirkkala is actually used for uprooting, and it was a fish uprooting, but

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when he would step However, you do it softly. What a bad man Latina de Helena, as in they do it softly. Either Michel de la, whenever he would walk, he would walk fast, get an MRI and how to install that in it's as if he's driving down in suburb, or it's a visit if he's walking down a mountain suburb we said is a is a is a decline.

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So wherever you see a decline, that's called a suburb. So in a water, it comes down to decline in a river gums fast. When a person walks down a mountain, they come fast to walk fast. But again, when you're walking down a mountain, what happens we already described that you tried to brace yourself, and when you're bracing yourself, you're walking altogether. So the profits of the long run, he was setting them through his muscular body naturally, even when he's walking just regularity. He's already braced a little longer than he was and what he that

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is definitely that is definitely Jimmy. And when the messenger Salallahu, it was send them with turn your turn all together. So again, the one thing is that he would just turn slightly, so these slight turns would be done. Normally, if you're turning your head up to here, you're turning your head up to here, it would be a normal turn, right? But when you turn like this, it looks kind of awkward now. Like, why don't you just turn your whole body and speak to the person right? So the messenger Salallahu, it was setting them when the turn would be a lot, it wouldn't be a slight turn, it would become too much now, such that the body would start to look awkward and the posture and the Hiba and

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all those things. So the profits I sent him at that moment, he would actually turn his body to see and speak to the person out of the grace that the prophets of Allah who it will send them enjoyed.

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is definitely that is the fetters union. Delta is the Fetterman Behringer, Kathie Lee Hartman Nobunaga, between the shoulder blades of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam lies the heart among the Buddha, the heart of the seal of the messengers, what's the seal of the messengers, if you like the other the next chapter is all about the seal of the messenger, how they'll seal the messenger look. So next week, inshallah Allah will be talking about the seal of Rasulullah. Well, who are Hotham when they begin? And this is the seal of all of the prophets. Edward nasci Sutherland, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the most

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generous when it came to his chest, meaning his heart because generosity, generosity in reality lies within the heart. And we already explained that the sometimes the Arabs may refer to the eyelashes as the eyelids, why? Because they're right next to one another when it's understood already, similarly, another way to express yourself and sometimes they may refer to the hair as the head itself. Allah subhana wa tada does that in the Koran right?

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Right. Allah subhana wa tada does that in the Quran as well in the is related to hedge where Allah subhana wa tada says that you may enter while shaving your, your, your head and the word head lip, it simply means to cut something off, right, and it's used oftentimes for shaving as well. So now nobody cuts off their head. People cut off their hair, so they're referring to the hair and even for us, when you say shave your head, you don't mean shave your head off right? You actually mean

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Cut the hair on top of that. So similarly,

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over here,

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what do you think? I do? I do not nasi Sutherland, he was the most generous of people in terms of his chest, what he's referring to is the heart within the test. So the heart of it also will last a little longer it was said them would be the most generous of hearts. And at the end of the day, generosity is related to the heart, even if you have money within your pocket, and you're not you don't have a generous heart, you will not be able to give it. So that's why the profits and send them is being described to be extremely generous in his heart, meaning every time you would get his heart wouldn't be attached to the wealth, and hence he would be able to give it to people left,

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right and center without even thinking about what he's giving and where he's giving and what he's doing. And so on and so forth. This is the messenger sallallahu. It was in America, by the way, some of the other man they have this quality, beautiful quality May Allah Subhana Allah granted to us as well. And amongst them as his shift, as he's been basil him Allah, may Allah subhana wa tada have his mercy upon it. It was an extremely, extremely generous man, extremely generous. And the prophets I send them as quality would be that he would accept presence. And then he would, you would give a president back as well. He would accept a present and then he would give a present back. So

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sometimes we find this awkward, right?

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In certain cultures, people will be like, No, no, no, don't give him back something right away, because they'll look like you're just giving it to him because because it's something that that you're doing, but you're just trying to repay his thing. But in reality, this was this inaugural sort of loss of the law. It was in the Garden of Eden, Southern Lahore, it was cinema. Yep. Yep, a better idea that, well, you've got the messenger, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he would accept a gift, and then he would repay a gift back as well. Why? Because maybe the person that's giving a gift, he only has limited or she only has limited resources. So when you give the person something

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back, they become controlled and hamdulillah. You have to this guy he didn't just hold, right, because you're you may be having that feeling that, well, maybe he'll think that I'm just giving it back to him. And the other person may think in his head that well, I gave to him and I gave to him and he didn't do anything for me. So the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his quality was he would give, and then he would he would accept and then he would also give back some Allah who I do send them immediately. I do I do nasty solder on the most generous of people in terms of his trust, the most generous of all people. So allow our children by same thing, as I said, a man once came to

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him. And he

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he saw him in a plain, non Muslim person. So he said, I heard of you, or there's even boss lifted the out of Serbia, right? So he gave to him something

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he gave to him or him or something. So

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she accepted that, but before he got off the plane, he put an envelope full of money, and he gave it back to the person. And then he and then when the person asked, he said, because our messenger would accept gifts, and he would repay as well. And I don't know if I'll ever get to see you again. So he gave back to him and another incident, the shape May Allah subhanaw taala have his mercy upon him out of his generosity, he had given a check to a poor man. And he would look around for poor people go from one person to another person to other asking for who is poor, and so on and so forth. And then he would go and give money to those poor people. And that's why Allah subhana wa, tada would

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give him more and more and more. So one day, he had asked, someone had come and asked him, so he wrote a check of 10,000, as I recall Now, now, writing a dash at the end of a check, and a slash would be a sign of not generosity, even if it's 10,000 ringgit, you're giving or $10,000 you're giving or so on and so forth, or 10,000 reals. So he didn't do that naturally. Or rather, in his office, this wasn't done. So 10,000 now you can go and cash this check for 10 the person who took another pen, and you wrote on top of it another zero.

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So when the check came out of the the Bank of Shipman, Basel II, it became 100,000.

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So she had been back started to cry and cry and cry. And he said, some panela we didn't give him enough. And because of the fact that we didn't give him enough, he ended up having to take it from another means.

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So you wish that he would have wrote another zero on top of that, so that the person wouldn't have had to go and other means in order to steal it even they say mama know your name or last name idea. Somebody had stolen something for him. So we started chasing after him, saying Moloch took a year to get your ticket. Yeah, I've given it to you. I've given it to you. So it doesn't be it's not considered theft.

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Why because they wished for people to to actually be forgiven from Allah subhana wa tada and actually be saved.

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By Allah subhana wa Nast, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the most generous of people in terms of his sudden, in terms of his chest isn't in terms of his heart. And another narration of this study, the prophets of Salaam, also nasty Sutherland, the Prophet sallallahu earlier said them was the most vast of people in terms of interest. And this is a little bit different, which basically comes out to mean that the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from his quality was that he was watching for the meaning that he will be able to accept all different types of people. See, sometimes there's people that are rough, the tough the people that are on the streets, the people

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that are in business, the people that everybody, all sorts of people, some people are sneaky, some people are described to be other ways that we don't even want to mention some people or so on and so forth. Right? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was able to accommodate all people. So a lot of it was it was so that he was so acceptable, and he was so accepting of anyone at any sort of quality, are able to accommodate all people. And this is something that we need to inculcate within our lives as well. And our days, we have this phenomenon, especially as Muslims quote, unquote, and I don't think this is a trait of a practicing Muslim, but quote, unquote, practicing Muslims that

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cannot accommodate people. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wasn't like this, the prophets Islam was an accommodating individual. He recognized that people came from different backgrounds, people came from different walks of life. People came from different, you know, sort of baggage that they carry with them. Some people may be drug addicts, some people may be alcoholics, and they're leaving all this stuff for a loss of clinical data. And they were amongst the Sahaba those people that were alcoholics before Islam, right, they left all of these things, all these things for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada. So the messenger would be able to accommodate all of

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this in his beautiful character, even if he heard harshness from the Bedouin, Arabs, the prophets or send them would let it go, because he realized that that's the best thing that those people know. Even if he heard some bad comments from people that were still in diarrhea, the prophets and send them would let it go in for himself he would let it go, if he saw something happening to another person, that would be a different story. Right You know, the story of of the person who had said to be dealing with data right, that you are the son of so and so. A black woman and the Prophet says something said you are a man that has within you a portion of JD s to left ignorance still left

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within you. Right, so the prophets a synonym for himself if harshness even occur, sometimes someone come and grab him by the color of the profits or send them will just smile, right? All of these things were from the sad to solid nibi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from the vastness of the chest or the profits of silom being able to accommodate people of all natures. Well, I'll start with Nancy lanjutan. And at the same time, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And by the way, as we're reading these qualities, a lot of these we can inculcate within our lives especially the ones that are not related to physical traits right? And remember that you may or may not be able to do all of

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this in one day you may not be able to accommodate all of the traits of the messenger so along with it was setting them within your life in one day. So try your best to do it and as we read more and more about illiteracy is not a book that you're going to read today and that's the end of that we're reading it today this year inshallah long data next year.

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There opportunity even me if I were to find another opportunity, I would read it the shapes that are ready to he had read this book nine times to nine different for you. Okay, and, and so on and so forth. any opportunity you get to review the Sunnah of Rasulullah saw send them Don't, don't let it go. And that's why some of the animals they would have they would read one book 40 times 40 times and I'm not joking with this. Some of the students of Imam Shafi Lima wa they would read the book to him again and again 40 times and they said we benefited each time you read it.

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So this is the thing that the number 40 while stuck on NASA gadget and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the most truthful of people in his speech as well. May Allah Subhana Allah make us the most truthful of people in our speech.

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Well, Eliana, humare kitten and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the most softest and most kindness people in terms of his his his way of dealing with people. extremely smooth, soft, and that's why Allah subhana wa Tada. Does that for the Mirage met him in a la healing tunnel, when opened the fog when he will be in full bloom in Holic that if it wasn't for the Rushmore of Allah subhanho wa Taala that you have become softened for them. And if you were to be harsh if you were to be rough,

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Tough with the Len fogelman How will it be they would have all turned away from you they would have all went different directions from you. So softness is what attracts people and harshness is what rejects people. harshness is what takes away people may Allah subhana wa tada give us soft hearts. And may Allah subhana wa tada give us soft tongues May Allah subhanho wa Taala give us a soft character I cannot Mohammadi shorten, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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was the most honorable of people.

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This could mean two things. Number one, the prophet SAW Selim had the most honorable of lineage that any person can have. So that's how we know that the family of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is the most honorable of lineages, even today, as we speak, the family of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is the most beautiful of lineages, most

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most honorable of lineage and that's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said, Doc to feed them amrhein ma in Temasek, to be gentle with nobody, I have left between you two things. If you were to hold on to these two things, then you are not going to ever be misguided.

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And that those two things is keytab law. And what else?

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What Shouldn't it this is a narration that the book of a loss of Hannah Montana and my son, in another narration, the prophets of Salaam said Kitab of lower 30, the Book of Allah subhanho, wa Taala, and also my family, meaning that the family of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will generally be attached, I'm talking about the overwhelming majority of the family will generally be attached to what it will be attached to the correct form of Islam. And if we were to look today, the overwhelming majority of his of the family sort of lost or stolen is attached to what it's attached to the Sunni Islam.

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And that's why sometimes the Shia I say, well, you guys don't like debate and so on and so forth. If you look at our debate over Melville whelming majority of the debates are were there within Sunni Islam and they're not within Shia Islam. In fact, a lot of the Shia that proclaimed to be

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for example, Island limited Saudi Arabia and other families and some people may actually get mad at me when I'm saying these things. But the reality is that a lot of them they're known they've been cocked for even forger forging their lineages. Okay, many of the families that are from the shear, they're not to say there's there's no sheary albanes families as well. But there are many that have been caught because of this severe indulgence that they have without elevate, they've been caught to have forged their, their their mess ups. And they are within the Arab world till today, people that are known as being people that are known as, as those that have the mastery of the science of NASA.

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So they can trace down who's really from our database and who's not really from aggravate them, some of these people have been caught even on tape, you know, asking for some sold out nisab to go and forge their nests up for them. So the profits and send them had the most beautiful message. And by the way, it is a very, very big sin to attribute your self to a family that you're really not from. Okay, so for those people that go out and try to attribute themselves to the auto baited and to be solo LaGuardia. And these people are extremely, extremely simple, extremely simple.

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This is a me very major sin in Islam, for a person to be attributing himself to a family where he's really not from and that's why some people even change their last names and so on and so forth. So that they may be attributed to a family that is a popular last name, so on and so forth. Right? So even that you tribute yourself to whoever you're from. And in reality, the messengers of love already will send them said, When Bhopal bikina, sabula, new city, rb

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RB Malou. Let me begin, I said, well, whoever has action that has made him slower, then

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his mess up, his lineage will never make them forward as well. So man, but Bobby Amato, whoever has his auction, slowing him down bogging him down, then don't ever think that his NASA will actually get him somewhere else. So if a person is falsely attributing himself to elevate them to the sun, Allahu alayhi wa sallam that in reality is committing a major sin. And if he's committing this major sin, that his method actually doesn't even help him. So he's actually bogged himself down with more and more sin for doing such a thing. Well, a comparable measure. And by the way, there are amongst the debates, till today, those people that say were from outer space, and so on. So those people

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that are really I had a debate with because of all of these people in the middle of the tried to presume and pretend to be out in faith, their rights also get lost. So people start to say, Well, where is the change and where is this and where is that? So we should be in the middle. There are two

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Today from the family of Rasulullah, Selim, those people that aren't from the family, I have personal friends from the family of Rasulullah Sawsan.

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And they are very, very, and you can see some of those beautiful qualities that you read about within such people this beautiful, you know, Leanne and Janet, this beautiful sort of character of being very, very lenient and easygoing. And the honor the honorable nature, you can notice that sometimes in some of those people, not all people, but anyways, this is there. So those people are still there really from our debating the results of them. And even some of our machines that I studied with, they're from awaiting the results, and then with chains that are directly connected, and that are verified also. And there's a verification process in the Arab world also, to make sure

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that you really are and you aren't, and so on and so forth. And in fact, just as a little side note, the Saudi government even sometimes allows people from their from Arabic to get the nationality because in reality, there are policies, so they naturally are from that locality. And they're given that so ma Hua de Hatton have a who, whoever sees the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, or the other meaning for Chroma Houma. Shira could mean he was very generous and honorable in his dealings with his family as well. So a lot of it was it

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was a Coronavirus model. But he had said Whoever sees the profits in the long run he was set him suddenly, you know, when you meet someone, suddenly they say the first impression is the last impression. So when the profits or send them would be seen, suddenly, he would have this type of haber. Okay, what's haber? Okay, listen carefully. People mistake these two qualities, and especially tolerated are in students of knowledge nowadays, and also those people that are getting into teaching knowledge, they will complete and deal misunderstand these two qualities. There's something called haber. And there's something called kibble. There are two different things they may

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be seen as the same one is arrogance. One is the special quality that you don't end up pretending to have you cannot pretend to have a BA. And that's why some people are like, well don't do this. This will make you lose your head But no, no, no, no, no, no. There's nothing that can make you lose your haber.

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You there is things that can but what I mean is there's nothing you either have it or not, it's a god given gift. Okay, this is something that Allah subhanho wa Taala gives to those people that worship Allah subhanho wa Taala, whose heart is full of the glorification of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So that when people meet this person, naturally, they have this tendency of considering him himself above, above them not that he has to pretend to be above, not that he has to show or she has to show arrogance in order for him to make sure that everybody else is dealt with in a condescended manner and such that he's considered above all of them, no, this will never ever give anybody this

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will never ever give anybody a status within the lab. In fact, he may fall within those people that seek to find a room full of that seek to find highness within the lab that seek to become higher within the land they seek to become, you know, this speak supremacy within the land. And that is not a quality that is deserving of asleep of Allah subhana wa tada because the slave of Allah subhanaw taala always humbles himself, before people and Allah subhanho wa Taala is the one that raises them themselves. So the messengers will allow us in them. And by the way, I'll also show you the proof for what I'm saying, because some people, they pretend this after they seek knowledge and so on and

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so forth. They pretend to you know, I've got the Heba and so on and so forth. And they'll when they'll meet people, they'll treat them in a totally condescending manner, such that they can be treated in a more hierarchy cake manner, if you know what I mean. Right? So that type of behavior is not the behavior of messengers. His behavior was very easygoing. But naturally, if you see him from a distance, you see him close by, you would feel this haber. Why do I say naturally you'll feel it because right away, the prophets I send them would break ice how woman Hala for whom and if I didn't have that, whoever meets and greets and relaxes with the messenger that he begins to love him right

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away. Why? Because the prophet SAW Selim is not faking it. He's got the Hey by naturally, but the prophet SAW send them he treats people in such a beautiful manner, just like everybody is the same and not that he's above them and they're below him. So then naturally, people begin to love him as well. Right? So he's got this quality of ordinary to who the Narrator The person who was describing the messengers on the lower 80s he says that lamb or Avila, what about the homie slap?

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He says that I have never seen before. Nor after the messengers a little longer I do send them anyone like the owner I do after all of those descriptions. It says if somebody would just like to describe the messenger sallallahu, it would send them in two words, we would say,

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whatever I have never seen before, or after the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, anyone liked the messenger sallallahu it was.

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And this particular description of Rasulullah sallallahu, I do send them that there is nothing no one like him before and after. It's a general description. This doesn't mean that people cannot look similar to the messenger. So for example, amongst those sahaabah that seem looked very similar to the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was also heavy duty, and also the grandson of the prophets and send them and hasn't been early. In fact, and nomadic, he says, I have never seen anyone that would look more similar to the messenger sallallahu it will send them that it hasn't already, while the Allahu taala so has said was extremely similar to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi

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wasallam and now we're getting into and now we're done the Hadith and

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so now we're getting into the statements that are difficult within the Hadith and Elisa Timothy explains them. Remember, we said unique trait of a Buddha is he's a he's a very unique author. Okay. He says

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he collects the different ways of Muslim and Bahai together and where he's at. He says, that I heard so I'm here to offer him a dividend policy. I heard about Joseph Mohammed democracy. Yeah, cool. He said send me to osma Yeah, I heard an osmani seeing what feet of seriously fat in a V is a lot where it was said lemma in explaining the qualities of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, that Alma help. These are the descriptions that Allah has made. Now

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osma is explaining some of what Lisa is going to explain some as well. He says a move up means

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a new model means that he will Toulon, the one that is going upwards in terms of his height, so it's a very, very high tall individual. Messenger. Selim is not linear couldn't be a saucer. He was not extremely tall, either it was somewhere in the middle, but towards the tall towards the taller part, higher, more so. So he was more taller than he was shorter.

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What Allah sent me to Albion

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and he said that I heard

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a veteran saying that ma phenos Chabad de Mohamad Densha de de, that, if you have a bone in arrow, the veteran said that he ended up and now he's using the term demo. gotta remember, historically, they would look to the better ones for the words and the way they would use the words and then they would understand what it's saying. Right?

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So over here is my saying that I heard an error Bedouin saying that a man ended up extending wide in his bow and arrow, so when he's when he's practicing archery, he ended up taking the arrow and you're stretching the string as wide as he could. So that stretch was called what? That marhaba

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that's so this is we said, taking a road mug off to heaven. I ended up stretching the rope what happened to the rope it ended up becoming extended. So similarly he's saying the exact same thing but with it in a different concept content and context met the hammer denture Didn't he ended up extending it a very very severe extension when without a doubt about the houfy baldon goes along

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with that and it is a person who portions of his body seem like they're inside of the other portions as well his arms are small his his hands are small his you know body is extremely small as well as we said like a hobbit for example. So extremely extremely small body well that's not the case with the profits of send them His hands were good sizes armed for good size. His shoulders were good size. Every part of the body of our soul of Lhasa slim had a good size.

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What a metal puppet. As for puppet. It means for shadle Gerudo extreme curliness, we already described that, well, Rajan, basically you already described all these, but you can look at them. Well, Rajan and ladyfish shouted he. Her doing it when a defendant police are watching is a person who has within his ear, a slight bit of curliness. Okay. a defendant, but in a little bit of Cardenas, well, I'm Mel motorhome, as far as mobile home felt bad in old Casio lab, that's the person that has a very, very big body. I guess he will have a lot of meat when Mikkelsen calcium is a person that has a

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Extremely around face, circular face and the Arabs, as we said, if you had a big head, they would say, well the person must be smart. If you had a circular face they would consider you dumb. So different types of you know, fingers, they would have a different sort of meaningful and similarly if you had a big mouth, a very big mouth, so they would consider you very

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eloquent because with a big mouth you're able to pronounce things better such as the understanding of the herbs when localism and Moodle warlord well Mashallah Allah levee fee by all the homeowner. And then in the shop is a person and we already described my setup as well is a person that has redness and is white.

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So a little bit of redness What should he do so outlining the person was a very dark pupil. Okay?

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dobre what your eyelashes at the leader spot, we'll get it, I'll get it is your shoulders which define the shoulder, the area where your shoulder and meets the

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the most amount of caffeine which will be around here, right. But it could be the shoulder area as well. So that's where

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you get to this. Well, Mesaba and the masoumeh is the line of here that go down from the left back.

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All the way down to the sort of so that's the muscle back

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who has showered the tea kinetica And who are they even? Just as I described, what chef no

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chefin remember these are these describes the loss of limb to be shuffled into other domain. So the chefin means that he had roughness within the hands. What color am shirobako within the color means to walk really fast when we said that it comes from the other eye, which means to uproot something so he's walking, stepping upwards fast, downwards, not too fast. Right? Well solid, a decline Do

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you borrow in Heather Nam in suburban or suburban we came down from a suburb a high point declining downwards, or suburb meaning the same thing will go to jelly Lu Shush, and the fact that he said God massage means that he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had very thick

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very thick bones he said you need to sell monoket he's referring to the

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the the the area this area over here the shoulder area but that's not what it's referring to is referring to any bone and it's referring to any joint Okay, that's what it really means when they shot

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their shot by the way you carry your life out when she the person was your sheet is your slide your companion so this shot is good companionship so the prophet to send them was a person of good companionship well, but he had suddenly metal I hope I didn't have to remember the Hadees we just read whoever sees him suddenly he ends up being afraid of him. So but he had means suddenly How about not afraid he has this aura that he can feel of the profits of your bottle but that too will be emanating

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I ended up suddenly meeting him so when the sudden meeting with the prophet to send them what happened and overall would would overcome this person's you know self. Now the next study had definite soufiane a bit of work even before also tell me the narrated from so if you don't even work you had definite domain related or add drama, even roommate he narrates. Okay, and Julian are doing amazing by the way. He's, he's considered FIFA according to some and considered not a football according to others. It's considered a stronger narrator according to some but not according to others. So Julia, I don't remain ignorant of the Madden add in law and Alena and kitabi. He, he says

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to us as he is dictating us from his book. Why is

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Mr. McKenzie mentioning this, or why is Sofia unable to work here, Ninja was mentioning this. The reason for this is because you see, Julia mermaid

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is narrating the Hadees. And as he's narrating he's doing it from a book. So when he's doing it from a book, naturally it will be stronger. Why will it be stronger because he will be sure that he's reading every word accurately. So when the students end up taking the IDs, they end up writing it properly. Right? So that's why he's mentioning Emma and Elena and kitabi. Now what does he mean when he says in LA LA Rahman kitabi. Normally look the MacGuffin. They say that whenever the

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Shape does is in law, he ends up doing a type of just narrating the Hadees from a book dictating it, then at that moment, the shape will do a lot of different things. He'll mention the Arabic in there, like Arabic points of benefit. You mentioned some, some language benefits. I mentioned a little bit about these other points of benefits, basically, you'll do a full out a full blown explanation of this heavy fuzzy display as he's mentioning it as well. So the students write the Hadees. And they're also hearing the explanation. Right. So this is what they mean when they say in Latin Allina, but over here within the context, the Shivani explainers of this era, Timothy's Shama, and

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they said that, from the context, we can take that it wasn't an explaining session, it was rather just a dictating session, but the word in LA Times can also accommodate what I have already mentioned to you. Okay, so, it could be that he was giving them a very, very extensive lesson on this matter, or he was just giving them the ideas itself. Germany had never made people who have documented it, he says that, Emma and Elena and kitabi, he was narrating it from his book. And also, by the way, narrogin narrating from his book reminds me of the fact that preserved preservation of teeth is of two different types as well. Right? It's either preserving it in your heart, or it's

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preserving it in a book as well. That's what they call buchtel, sudden unlock to kitasato. Right? So in Hades, for Heidi's to be authentic, we need to have a number of conditions. I want to feel sorry, for what what am I gonna do with him, you should go you're on your way I didn't bother him or he will not leave. Right, he asked me matassa does not

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matter Sol is nada, when an issue cannot be shocked. It cannot be one should use and learn different concepts. And your rechargeable Bible tone and mystery and has to be at the same time a narration of either any Bible. So now we have five conditions. So it has to be an upright Narrator And someone that is able to grasp information and memorize it, some people that are not able to grasp information and memorize it, they're not acceptable in narration. However, if they're able to write fast, and as the chef is narrating they're able to capture all the information in writing, then they can narrate from the book as a as a rule. So that's why some people when they take notes, and they

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think Carlos, I know the information, no, go back to your notes in order for you to give the information. Now, we also have to verify whether you can actually take good notes, because sometimes we will take notes, and they're not able to take good notes, and they're not able to follow everything that Jesus is saying. And as they're as they're paraphrasing, they may paraphrase wrong, right, so on and so forth. So those things are very important to note over here. So either historically, or had this would be able to write properly fast, grasp all the information without mistakes, or them had this would be able to

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remember everything. If you couldn't do either than Heidi's was in the trade. Right? In LA and Elena and kitabi. Allah had definitely allegedly, a man had told me Okay, so now there's a random person. We don't know his name, Min, buddy. I mean, a man that is from beneath me, and he's telling me, okay, so again, we have some person, we don't know who he is. And he's medulin hat. He is someone that we don't know how he is, whether he's a good narrator, a strong narrator, a weak narrator, and so on and so forth. So with all those things that we don't even know what type of quality of narration is, he's producing. With all those things in mind.

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This Hadith has some discussion about his authenticity, so it has a lot within it a hidden problem within it. But nonetheless, I'm gonna stop and say one thing that yes, with a decent Hadith that has Allah within it, we do not necessarily accept it fully, but we don't reject it fully as well. Okay. Let's let me correct myself with a hadith that has a has a bot a weakness in it. We don't necessarily accept it fully as an if it goes into contradiction with another tradition. We don't necessarily accept it definitely. Right. But that doesn't mean we reject it fully as well. Okay? Because it doesn't mean show us that this is not a statement of the messenger. It shows us we don't

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have full establishment of the fact that this is the statement of the messenger but the fact that it is coming so closely to all of the other description, gives it some strength. You see what I'm saying? So over here, this is a man from buddy with me. He is majority of hands we don't know how he is whether he's a good person or not, but we do know his name.

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He's not majority he's module have. We know his name from other narrations? His name is either Yazidi remote, or he's among himself, or he's or maybe,

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but the point is that we know a name but we don't know much

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about him.

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He is from the children

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from the men will the abbey holla he's from the children of a man by the name of Allah. And who's Abu Hala Abu huraira is the husband of God God Allah tala. See Khadija was married twice before the profitsystem.

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So, this is the husband of

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this is the husband of Khadija, the first husband of Khadija by the name of Abu Salah.

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And Khadija radi Allahu Allah and her she got married to the prophets of Allah to send them at the age of 45 according to some narrations, and at the age of 28, according to other narrations. So this is the husband of Khadija, the first one from who she had a few children.

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And amongst the children that she had from, from

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Ohio, that was Hint, Hint ebihara. So hint would in essence, be the uncle of hazard.

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Right, he will be the uncle maternal uncle has an immunity from one side. So this is a little bit about Hindu vihara. And we'll get to so now, a person is narrating from one of the children of Abu Hala, who is the husband, first husband of Khadija with Yellow Dog. I need to delete Abby Hannah, who narrates from one of the other children of Allah. Right?

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From a hazard if you don't already. Our hazard is narrating from one of the children of a bahala that's Hindu blobby. Holla okay. And so he's in essence narrating from his uncle. So that's why he says Paul, and he says, Sal to Holly, I asked my uncle, hint, evening, a behala, who has named him web holla what Ghana was soften and he was very descriptive. So some people have this quality of being able to describe things very beautifully. So he was a very descriptive man.

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I'm really getting the V sallalahu. It was said Sallam so I asked him of the beauty of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, why? And he said was very young when the Prophet said and passed away. So he doesn't know how the Prophet looks, even though it hasn't been reality looks like the prophets the lesson. Right? So what actually he, he also felt even harsher and attalla coffee. And I was hoping that that hint would explain describe something, something that I can stick to, and just keep it in my mind about how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam looked. Now this is the grandson of Rasulullah saw. So he's looking and by the way, no matter how much we describe, how the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam looked, we will say

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that the prophets of Salaam couldn't can't be fully described. Why? Because you can only see the beauty when you can only understand the beauty when you actually see it. But that's why you will see it, he says,

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and not the Buddha and the other poem of his Hamza, he says that, in Alabama federal sfakia kalimna seek Mr. Mathur and mudumalai that they ended up simply

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they ended up simply giving an example of your C fat, your traits, your qualities for the people, just as the water ends up exemplifying and reflecting the stars. So when you have the reflection of stars in the water, are you able to grasp how beautiful the stars truly are? No.

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It is up there. So similarly, when we're talking about the prophets and send them we will never actually be able to grasp his beauty, until or unless we actually meet him. I asked Allah Subhana Allah to gather us together with our beloved on the Day of Judgment. And earlier in the Vidya sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, of the beauty of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and I was wishing to hear of that beauty football. Then him says now, Ghana Rasulullah sallallahu It was

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fun faman for

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was extremely gracious and honorable.

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He was extremely, extremely gracious and honorable,

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extremely magnificent.

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Folkman, Mohammed he was magnificent, great gracious for him at the same time, meaning that other people would find them gracious, some people are gracious, but someone comes in and does something extremely obnoxious before them because they don't understand their graciousness, right. They don't understand how great they are and so on and so forth. Right? So for example, even a scholar he walks into an area where nobody really knows who this person is.

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Everybody will think he's just a person with a beard, right? Unless you're in the huddle, and everybody's first asking you for a photo because you have a beard. But that's the huddle, but I'm saying other places when you go, normally people will not treat you like a treat the chef like a chef because they don't know who it is right?

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Or they will not treat, for example, the president even of a country, like a president, because they don't know who this guy is, unless they've seen him unless they know who he is. Right? So the prophet SAW Selim was Maha. But there's those people when you meet, you naturally see the graciousness within the person, you can sense it from a distance that this person is a is a gracious, a magnificent individual. You can sense it just the way he or she carries himself. Right. And everybody's met those sort of people. So now this the prophets of Salaam had this quality that he was Fub and notch gracious and honorable, and naturally, that honor would be able to would become

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manifest for everybody around them. So everybody would have to treat the profits of them in this honorable manner because of how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was even those people that were leaders of other countries even those people that were mukha with a committee that were arrogant people when they would see the profits or send them the arrogance wouldn't work anymore. Because he was so honorable someone lahardee was in them. Yet Allah Allah was who the prophets are synonyms. Face it was it would illuminate that meaning illumination from localu from pearls because pearls when you put them in light, they end up reflecting light illuminating so his face would

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illuminate that will come out just as the moon ends up being illuminated later in bedroom on the night of the brother on the other night, meaning on the night whether we have a full moon, okay. Now, why is better called a button? The reason why a button is called the mother is because

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on the night of better better means for something to occur. earlier on, right away. Okay, will do.

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But there are two who will kurama ended up speaking first he came afterwards, he spoke afterwards, but either to bill, bill, bill, how do I ended up becoming the first to give him a present, or give her a present and so on and so forth. So you were the first right, so better if you notice, that night where the full moon is there, you end up seeing the full moon even before the sunsets

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so that's why it's called a better because it comes even before the sun you can fully notice it. That's the thing about the bottom 10 cannot lay nothing better. Although Allah mininum aboard he was tolerance on the long run he was said less than the motherboard. Then the person who is motherboard meaning what he was taller than the person was right in the center. Remember we said cannot go either to the club towards the tallness he was more so than towards the shortness and he was not right center was a little bit taller because seeing height a little bit taller is what's considered appreciate it. Right? Because right in you know 511 that's not necessary. You just you're right in

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the center, but above that 661 that's what's appreciated six five now you're looking to do all right, so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a little bit towards the tall and outwell I mean in the middle what Salam you know that

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and he was still shorter than I was shredded up Meaning what?

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The Arabs are so beautiful in their tongue. So they use very very descriptive words. And of course Hindi is very descriptive as as it hasn't explained anyways, so he says that alto Apsara middle Mashallah he was shorter than normal showed that what's up Oh shut up.

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And we'll shut up is a person that

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emotion is a person that

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so so chef who means to to trim down something. So when the Arabs would trim down the leaves of a palm tree, they would say should be buried. Okay, should the boundaries German and

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they would say that the that the

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leaves of the palm tree have now been chopped off sliced off. So if you have a palm tree that has no leaves on it, how would it look? It looks extremely tall because it's already so dull. And there's nothing stopping you know, sort of becoming the nothing to top it up at the right at the top so it would look extremely tough. So the profits of psyllium is described to the upside meaning the view is not like that extremely tall person that looks like a trimmed nothing

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Like a trim palm tree. Now he was shorter than that alim and hammer Salalah, who it was in the profits SLM had a great in a big sort of had, as you said, big head, according to the Arabs would, would, would denote, or it would refer to a intellect as well. So that's how the prophets have said in his head was, Elijah shall the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had straight here, but remember St. slight bit of In fact, the word graduate itself has that connotation within it, in certain uses of it as slight waviness to it and a slight bit of curls at the end of it as well.

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Even photocopy Cthulhu farakka ha, if the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Zaki, what's our paper?

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Because, you know, when you slice up the animal, no, that's not what it is, okay? It's a

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it's the here that the child is born with

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the hair that a child is born with.

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Okay, a child is born with here, that's called occupy, essentially. But since on the day of akiha, would they you cut the shear off, you also do the slaughter as well, then the meat of the slaughter was also known as a peacock. Remember, we said the Arabs have this tendency of using some content, you conceptualizing things and then using the name of something that that same context for something else. So then the meat of a paper was also known as a paper as well essentially update by simply the here, okay.

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So that's why over here that here on the messenger are called Africa, in South Africa, Africa to South Africa. Okay, now, someone by the way, this is interesting, because someone contacted me before taking this course. And I think he did it rightfully so that he said that I read this book, and I didn't understand too much of it, right, because there's a lot of hard words, especially in the beginning, if you go towards the under, you know, middle chapters, and so on and so forth, it will get easier, but there's points where there's some difficulty as well. So someone may read this, and they think that it's referring to a peak but like the, you know, if he was able to distribute

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his meat, you know, is referring to the hair of the Prophet sallallahu ideacentre like so the aka is the hair that's there at the time of birth. Now, of course, the hero the Prophet system was not from the time of the birth was it?

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So why is it called Africa now?

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The reason why it's called a FIFA is because the Arabs, you see were people that would do Africa, and he was from the most generous of families, so naturally, they would do on paper, right? Meaning they would cut the hair and also do the slaughter as well. But the thing is, that for the profits of cinema, he did his Wanaka

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and for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam they said maybe the way the reason why he called the doctor was because maybe they did not cut his hair when he was a child. Why? Because Allah subhana wa tada was trying to protect them from pagan traditions, they would do the aka shave the hair and then slaughter to Allah.

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So Allah subhanaw taala preserved the profits of Ceylon from the slaughter occurring for Latina Rosa, and hence the Pico was done by their profits and send them and hence the here is still called Optiva as well. Okay, so what in info or that word occupies simply referring to that hear that hear itself, not anything else. But there are both possibilities because the Prophet did his own occupy definitely went in front of a lot of people to follow. And if he was able to,

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if he was able to comb his hair like this, you know, he would do it. If he was able to do that, then you would do well and if there were not long enough, fell out, then he wouldn't do that.

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So if they're short, if they're long, he would, you know, comb them from the middle and we'll also talk a bit more about the hair and the profit center and the inner chapters as well. your jaw is shot who shot met that was funny. The profits are synonyms here would end up going past the name past the

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ears, ear lobes. Now remember we said up to the year it's called Wafula after the years called what Lima and, and by the shoulders, it's called the Juma village while

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Okay, well ledger is the acronym that that the some of the scholars they made up for you to remember because of the word as well, whether that means the holla by ijarah was shot in this incident that is describing the profits of seven zeros below the ear lobes. What is that what were for who if the profits are certain, let it go either a B, then it will become below the earlobes. And if you didn't, then that wouldn't be the case as how alone the profits in the long run he was selling them had a very, very fierce skin. Very clear skin. Very, very illuminated skin. So the prophets of Salaam had his

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special type of illumination tip that other people do not have. And we'll talk about that it will come just in the next passage as well, as I don't know. And by the way, you will see the illumination of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam, in many of the Hadees as how to know, he was very, very illuminated in this color. And already we've seen him being described like the sun, like the moon, like the profits of Selim has been describing other ways. And then, in other ahaadeeth, the profits of Selim is described even more clearly to be that way. And in fact, in the LCD in the poem of

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God, which is known as Buddha cavea, which was said before the prophets of Salaam capitals, who accepted Islam towards the end after Makkah, he said that in the rasulillah, no roustabout will be 100 women Sufi Master, that the prophets I send them was a light that you can illuminate with, okay, when he was like an Indian sword, 100 min Sufi law, he must guru from the souf of Allah subhanho wa Taala, from the swords of Allah subhanho wa Taala must know they've been unsheathed. So the Prophet the son was ready to fight. And before that, he said he knew he was a he had a lumination to him somewhere lower, isn't it? Now, that could be metaphorical. But we've noticed something here that is

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unique, why Civ and also the profits and sell them had a, a vast jabeen. Okay, this is called the jump out.

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This is called a jab at forehand. And then this area above the pseudo what's the pseudo everybody bite your teeth. Now, as you're reading and put your hand here,

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as you bite back and forth, you see the bone that is, or the muscle that is

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that is a, you know,

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appearing, or you can feel that muscle that's called a pseudo above that area is called the jabeen. So around here is that it'd be by the forehead above that area is called the Jimmy. That's right. In reality, there's two different Gibbons of every person, one Jeb hat, one forehead, and then two different domains. Once By the way, everything has a name on the face. For the Arabs. It's not like, you know, just the face, there's the nose has a name, and the nose bone has a name, this nostril has a name, this nostril has a name, everything has a name, right? So this area is called the pseudo M. And if you took the subclass previously, I actually mentioned most of the names of the hair on the

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face at least. So

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this is called a pseudo and this right above it over here, it's called jebi. Okay, and the hairline, the hair on top of the jabeen have another name on it, it's called molar deadbeef. Alright, so over here, the profits salaams jabeen, would extend so we had a vast forehead, so the longer it will sell them as that Jan, how'd you

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get how'd you get profits on the longer I do send them had had a, an an arch like,

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you know, I I bros, so his eyebrows weren't straight, you know, some people that have their eyebrows going this way. Some people have it sometimes even going upwards. Right? Sometimes it goes down too much the profits and sometimes eyebrows were actually rounded, just as they should have been Salallahu it was similar. And that and in fact, women in some Arabic poetry described to was that judging and how algebra, and they ended up doing their house, you know, making them circulated. So that that's gege it's called just to make them such that they are like a semicircle, if you know what I mean, not a full circle, but kind of like a top portion of an oval, if you please. Right. So

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are more more or less like a boat. So historically, and even today, women will make their how I would like that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had thick and at the same time was a judge already. And the reason why the person doesn't describe it to be mazet judge because the judge has two genes, which kind of comes out to mean that he ended up doing it himself. Right, that judge in Hawaii, he ended up making his hijab in that manner. However, he's a Zen gel. How are you? It's already like that. That's how Allah created is fincar is beautiful. To be perfect in the eyebrows as well. Okay, then.

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He then he says so Aviva they were complete thick. I rose, but Filipa but they were not universe. So the eyebrows of Russell Colossus and them we're not universals. There was a slight bit of here. That was okay, so how are they? Now let me describe them again. They were kind of like a from this angle, they would turn just like you'd have a boat turning right kind of that way. And at the same time, the prophets of Allah where they said they had thick eyebrows, not very thin ones. And then the prophets Allah said his eyebrow would not have a unibrow meaning both of them are attached together, but they were thinking out

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And there was here enough here to actually a scene from a distance as if it was a unibrow.

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Okay, so if we said that the prophets all along it was synonyms, eyebrows, and everything that about the prophets of Salaam was perfect, right? Then unit brows are that look of even having a little bit of hair here is not necessarily a bad quality, he didn't have a unibrow they weren't fully attached, they were a little bit disconnected. But at the same time there was here that were that were coming close to being connected as well. That's why from a distance someone may even describe him to be a puddle. So in reality, if you look at them up close, there was no pattern, there was no unibrow. But if you look at them from a distance, it may seem that way as well. So my point here is that this

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practice is some people have of taking, you know,

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picking those hair out and so on and so forth. Just because they have a couple of extra here in the middle between the two eyebrows. This is not a practice that is necessary. They're messengers all along. Why do you send them was more beautiful than you trust me, I'll tell you, even though I shot my you like it, the point is, he was more beautiful than you but even then the prophets will send them did not try to alter the creation of Allah subhanho wa Taala the way he was created, right? He had here even in the center, they would not fully attach. But the here were still there, beta Homer between them were

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between the the eyebrows around here, there was a there is a

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vein you didn't know how long it would start to become red if he would become angry. sallallahu alayhi wasallam Okay, so that also shows that just as the prophets of Salaam was soft, whenever the Prophet sallallahu it was said and needed to be angry, and the prophets is in the minority become angry, when there would be any of the produce of Allah subhanho wa Taala that would be not being looked after. So at that point, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would become angry. Allah is a toolkit for me to for me to write except if one of the hurdle knock of Allah subhana wa tada were to be, were to be tinkered with at that moment, the prophet SAW Selim would get angry, and nobody

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else, nobody would be able to calm his anger down, not even the closest of his companions. Sometimes, when someone is really close, that's the only person that can calm the anger of someone down. But because the anger but also a lot would be only for a lot, the closeness and the distance would be equal. So you didn't

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mean the Prophet sallallahu, it was synonyms knows his blessing and noble knows, was a tall nose. Okay, so it wasn't a short nose. It was a tall nose. That doesn't mean it was a big nose. But it was a, it was a taller nose. Okay.

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And still, it was, it was a thinner one, not an extremely

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big one. But it was another extremely thin one as well. But it was towards the thinner and more. Now, up until a limb up now means that over here around this area, the profits or synonyms knows what have a slight rise. Okay, so around here, and most people, if you feel a bone here, you'll feel it. But so you some people, it's noticeable other people's not. So it wouldn't be an extreme rise, or even more so. But even less so it will be a slight rise, we would see that bone very clearly. So that would be how the earline or the nose of the Prophet sallallahu I do send them was Lou Lou. Lou. Now this is what I was trying to

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get to that.

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That the prophets of the law who for it. So there's a meteor pronoun, what's the pronoun referring to the last thing that we're talking about is the nose, right? So let me know

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the profits of cinemas Noah's had a slight bit of, of illumination. That's what we're talking about. It would have a slight bit of illumination, that would be right on the top of it. Okay. Now, if you think about it now, for those people that are graphic designers, this will be really easy to ponder, right? If you have a slight bit of illumination on a certain area, in in the body or wherever, sometimes because of that illumination, it actually looks like it's a bit extended.

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Right? If you think about that

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tinkle that sometimes people put on a certain object that slight bit or even think about a cartoon cartoons for a second just and the profit is much beyond that. But uh, just so you can understand what I'm saying that the slight bit of noon will actually look make something look like it's a little bit longer than it really is. Right? If it's extending that North. So now the profits along ready, we'll send them he says the Hulu here it had illumination that would be above that.

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So because of how beautiful the color of the nose was, and how clear the color of the nose was,

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the profits of cinema's nose would look like it's a little bit longer than it really is almost like it's turned this way from the top. Right. But it was it wasn't in reality. And that's why another narration says, Yes, several millimeter men who, because of that illumination, someone that hasn't really seen the messenger so long where it was, and then he would think that the Prophet systems noise actually turned upwards from the bottom slightly, but that wasn't the case. That's why the narrator says someone that didn't ponder him well enough, he may think that you have to go close to him to see the profits and sell them. And then you will be able to see exactly how the nose of the

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profits and send them is in its perfection. You accept a woman Let me tell the same narration. Guess that. The Prophet says Ellen had a thick beard. All right, he had a thick beard.

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So does that mean the prophets of Salaam had a short beard or a long beard? That doesn't mean either. But in fact, some romantic even said that.

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That one of the conditions for the word kit just to be to be to be accurate, is if

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if it's short,

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if it's short. So in reality, some people they keep their beards up to here, and I'm not making fun of that, or anything like that. Don't get me wrong. Some people like to keep it up to here. And then if somebody doesn't keep their beard, right up to there, they're like, well, you're doing Mahadeva to Somalia. In reality, the profits of symptoms, beard was not up to here. Okay, it wasn't even up to here. It wasn't even up to here. Some of them. It wasn't even up to here. The provinces cinemas beard would not even as some of the narrations it wouldn't even reach this led by that we're talking about now of the of the neck of the Prophet system. So it was not a short beard. But it was not an

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extremely long one as well. And some of the shieldwall have the word gusta. Some of the explainers over the word Gotha. They even said that one of the conditions for guests to be guests, is the fact that it's short.

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So cast means extremely think. And I'll give you an example of that extremely thick beard. An example of that extremely thick beard is like some of the Algerian and North African brothers, right? They've got this thick beard that that's there. So you can see the thickness of the here. Right and and it's not like, like, for example, this beard here. It's it's not a thick beard. It's a very thin one. Not just like that most other subcontinent. People, their big beards are not thick, they're very thin beards, and you can just pull, like basically even if I pull the hair, it stays the same size, because it's pretty much the same. There may be a bit wavy, but that's it. Right?

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That's the case with most people from the subcontinent, right? from Arabia, they have different styles. And sometimes you see this in some content as well. thickness of the beard causing the beard to be

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not extremely extended, extended naturally. Okay, so the profits are seven had that thickness of the beard, it was noticeable music, but it didn't mean that it was noticeably long as some people may understand the word gets out to me. In fact, we have an authentic narration, which describes the what we have

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the fact that the profits or loss of limbs beard would not reach the this area over here. So the point is that it wasn't an extremely long beard, as some people may understand it to be. And the second was the beard is that the the majority of the Islamic scholars, they consider it logic.

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All right.

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The prophets as Adam said, were fully helpful. So there's number of words used for both over here, remember, no, we explained all of the words in in his explanation of Sahih Muslim. Okay, but so basically comes out to me and leave off the beard and what, but also show it and trim your mustaches and another narration inserted inside the profitsystem says, What washing up was sharp and cut the the mustaches off. Okay, so by the way, and as mentioning this because our brothers from the NFL they always get to talk to you guys are not following this and they often learned us before you tell people what you're following and whatnot. Right? There's narration and certain and Maasai that says

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that cut the mustaches off, trim not trim. There is narration that says also show it and others say that cut them off. So if the Hanafi I feel like they want to follow as soon as I on this one, then let them do it. Right. So cut the mustaches off. And

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and what and leave off the beard. Now notice a lot, a lot of messenger saucer limit saying leave off the beards. Okay? Now think with me and ponder with me for a second. It's either that

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ruling is attached to the word beard, or it's an indefinite ruling. There's only two possibilities linguistically within this, think carefully. It's either the ruling is attached to the word beard, or the ruling is attached to an indefinite amount of here. Okay? So either we can say that the messenger saw send them is saying that or you have leave off the beards and do not touch them ever. Okay? Or it's saying that leave off the beard whatever is called a beard.

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Now, the first possibility, we are always obliged to look at the wording of rasuna law, not the actions of the Sahaba but use that to understand the wordings not to overrule and restrict the wordings. Okay, route that route use the actions of Sahaba. To what to understand the wording and not to overrule the word. Okay, I say this because some people have a tendency in this regard, especially, even from some of the earlier

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I had

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we have restrictions from the Quran and the Sunnah that occurred for either one, and even with within them. There's a lot of discussions in the suitors. But the price actions of this either restricting the word of the messenger This is not there. So don't try to bring me ignorant. I did. He did. He did, she did, but I will bring you ignore him up did for another matter if Norma he we can use his understanding of the words of the messenger. So ignoring what is the narrator and he understood that it did not mean leave in period.

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It did not mean leave the beard and don't ever touch it again. Why? Because he himself trimmed it. So it mustn't have meant leave the beard and period it must have meant leave whatever is called the beard.

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Okay, but you cannot restrict it with the action of ignorant why, because even almost action is not restricting to the wording, but it is defining of the wording of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Hence, what is obliged of a beard for a Muslim is to have a beard that looks like a beard, that seems like a beard. And that's it anything longer than that, this is considered something that he wants to do, he can do it. And even though our messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he did not have an extremely long beard. So a person is not to say I'm following the sun on this one, or I'm going against the sun. Now, this one is beard was a shorter beard, which would not be even past that

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now, which would not be even past this hole that we were talking about that that hole over here that we were talking about. So this is the beard of the messenger sauce. And other than that, we don't have a description where, where he had a very long no one had these in which the prophet to send them is here is described to move as he's speaking. But if someone is standing behind me, and I'm reading is in my hair also moving.

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Right, it's moving, and I don't have a very long beard. So it doesn't have to be a long beard up to here in order for the hair to move. No. In fact, if it's very long, it might not even move and you might not notice the move. So but when you're when it's up to here, you'd notice that the jaw is moving and naturally the hairline is also moving in. It's noticeable. Right. So this is the how one of the narrations have described the prophet to send him from behind the prayer. So some people said based on that it must have been really long. No, that also doesn't include the length of the beard. What we have over the length is the fact that some have described the word gets out to mean thick,

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and at the same time, they've some not all, some scholars have given a condition that it must have been short as well because guess doesn't mean except the control. But some said no guest is the proof for a long length of the year. But no, that's not the proof. We have another narration which also shows us that the length of the beard with didn't even extend past this particular area that I've described Salahuddin so it is according to the majority and obligation. According to the chef, he reacts mcru to trim mcru to shave the beard Okay, it's not hot um, according to the shelf area. According to the Shafi reitsma crew and they have their evidence as well do not try to accuse the

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different Medina please, for heaven's sake, learn something and stop accusing people don't accuse the different Medina or of of going against the deal when you haven't even looked into their dilemma. That's why the famous scholar by the name of hammock befallen with money at the hanaway, the student of chef Eliot Danone, right he was asked by chef Eliot Danone to put together a work by that would cover the idea of the NFL. Okay, a dilemma of the NFL, because the people had long heard from people that the NFL yet they don't have any evidences for anything, right. That's the common sort of idea that people have that, oh, they're even going against the body. They're even going

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against Muslim. Look at this, why they read these things anyways, so on and so forth. So I'm a lover of money at Danone. He put together a book that's 20 volumes over 20 years. This is a recent scholar

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During the last century, he wrote a 20 volume book just collecting the evidences of the Hanafi on every single chapter of

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20 volumes so before you accuse anybody read at least a volume right Adela of those people send you will see whether who has the diary and who doesn't people scholars, or they don't have bad intentions they're not people have evil intentions and that's why they just leave the the hadith of Rasulullah saw 70s are people spending lives in the deen of Allah subhana wa Tada. You think they're just willing to go to *? No, they're, they're doing these things for Allah subhana wa Tada. And the understand to follow the subnets was really lost on setup as well. Senator Hill had a he was also very, very easygoing, and Sal had a very soft in terms of his HUD, in terms of his cheeks

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linearly from the messenger sallallahu alayhi. wasallam had a big mouth, as you already described, why, because the bigness of a mouse we said, it also refers to the the fact that the person that has such a mouth, he has the quality of eloquence as well

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as Nan, the Prophet sallallahu, it will send them between his shanaya between the foremost two teeth, there was a slight bit of room, okay, between those two teeth of Rasulullah, sallAllahu, alayhi wasallam. And anyone that has those qualities, probably looking at themselves, things of how to live the same thing as the messenger. Some allow to send the mail I grant This is love by so my friend Nigel has not he had a little bit

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of space between the two teeth, the P. l Mesaba, a very, very thin muscle bar. Okay, a very, very thin hairline dragging down from the left back all the way down to the server to the belly button to the navel. So from there, the profitsystem had a thin line of here, Ken,

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G to do me a thing feel so far.

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It's as if the neck of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is made of, it's like the neck of a Lumia of a doll. Okay, now historically, they would make dolls with ivory at times. So the doll would have a very shiny look to it. And very soft and smooth, especially if it was a good Carver, they'd make it very salt soft. So this person is, is describing the neck of the profits and send them to be that smooth and soft. So there's no, you know, ups and downs and pitbulls and so on and so forth. Soft. And you know, sometimes when people shave their beards, and so on and so forth, they get all these, like, very, not so good looking pimples, and so on and so forth. So the Prophet said

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them had a soft, nice, beautiful neck, or you saw what was said on and it was like the ivory doll. That's how he's describing it. Now, one may say what does that mean? It means something to them, it means softness, it means beauty. Okay, this is something that they were used to, to understand beauty, maybe this is this is the type of dolls they had in terms of this smoothness, but not in terms of color, because ivory has, has not the nicest of textures, right? So Well, at least not for skin colors. Right? So He further describes it, he says feel so fat and filled but in terms of its cleanliness, in terms of its beauty, in terms of how clean and precise and soft it was, it was like

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the football It was like the silver some A lot of us and it was better than silver. But this is how he is described. And that's why we said the type of descriptions we get have a son of the stars in water, as well. So he put it there. That's the best description you can get right now, because we don't necessarily see him unless we see the messenger sallallahu wasallam. In our dreams, I asked the last panel data to give us a trophy to witness the messenger in our dreams more deadly. It'll help nonprofits or send them was even in terms of his creation. Everything was even throughout the body of a solar cell lesson and there was even Nestor out we already mentioned throughout again

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again again and remember the smart that he will have his small words by the way, you have to memorize them now

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that I didn't see anyone before him or after him. That was his likes more detail. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was even in this creation bad in the prophets I send them was a little bit a little bit he's calling him. He's using the name bad in which the other narration

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said that he wasn't

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he wasn't fact towards the fountain. But over here it's saying bad and meaning that he wasn't skinny as well.

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He was he had some meat to himself. It wasn't because a skinny person is also not someone that is praiseworthy. These people say these guys too skinny bony so on and so forth. Right to fat, the people will say these guys can be fat, etc. You know. So the point is that the prophets of Salaam was in the middle he had not he was not a bony person, nor was he a fat person. So a lot of it was said Lem Bowden mu Temasek. The other thing is he's 63 years

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When he passed away, sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam. But despite the fact that he's 63 years old, he had no wrinkles, at least salatu salam, right, the messenger saw send them was muda masik. So what happens as you get older, even if you're not too fat, what happens is your your muscles start to become weaker, so the tone goes away, right. So as the tone goes away, even though the body doesn't look like it's all fully intact, it's not all together, you start to see wrinkles, and it's the same time, you have little bit bits and portions of the, of the, of the of your fact that it's just like sinking into others and so on and so forth. It's not necessarily, it's not necessarily a body of a

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young young man. So as for the prophet SAW Selim, even when he became older, the profits of someone's body was all together, it would be basically as we would say, it was ripped their profits or send them would have muscle and it would be showing all the way till the end of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and it wouldn't be wrinkly, the profits of symptoms. Fat would not be hanging, for example, his his cheeks would not be hanging the for example, the chest of the profitsystem wouldn't start to hang downwards, at least the the fat on the chest that is, it wouldn't do that the muscle also wouldn't do that it was all still intact and form are they his

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Salatu was Salam. And as Imam Hassan he says, It's as if the profits of cinema remain till the end of his deck upon upon the first creation as he was created, as if nothing had aged of him. So our only button was sort of the profit systems chest and stomach was all even as in the Profit System and didn't have a big belly as well. I need to solder the profits and sell them had a wide chest now this has been described in many ways already. The profits a little longer it was said lamb had a wide chest bear, my brain and monkey brain, the distance between the two main camps was very long as and again a righteous buffoon karate is the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was thick when it

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came to his karate his his bones, so no longer it was some karate says a word that's already described before. And what we looked at generally, remember, we were saying the profits is in the illumination to him. So he was unloading wattage, he was illuminated when it came to those areas that were uncovered. So you would see anyone know the word is coming from and not even know this isn't as lean as in a lot of known for those areas of the profits a lot more it was setting them that were uncovered to any area that would be uncovered or those areas that did not have here you'd see the beautiful illumination of the messenger sallallahu Why do you submit no sudo mount Vayner

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lab Betty was super the area between the left between this area here we've already mentioned this a lot and the belly button was connected with a line hairline again the same description kind of hot It's as if it was just a line as not too many here it is again you and Bubba. So the chest of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had no hear from here words here onwards there was not here

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and no other here elsewhere but he would have here in these places as sharp as there are in the Profit System had here on his arms as well. Okay, there were not too much here but they were here nonetheless on the arms of the messenger sauce in Edmond keybind around here he would also have here as well I just saw that the top most portions of the

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of the chest as well would have here but not down here. The topper the top most portion of the chest would have some here but not downwards not on the stomach as well. This is the here of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam but we use canadain the prophets a little longer it was said them had long

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he had long as mid zende is what salad is what it's this these bonds over here

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Okay, so these bonds over here so these bonds or profits or send them had a long Wasn't he would have had a long arm so long way to send them a good size arm. Some of the longer it was a little more detail Hulk always goes back to the fact that everything was even

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while had the profits and then Harry had a big pump as well not a small pump, at least SelectUSA

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well, and by the way, the herbs the Look at the size of the palm and based on that they decide if a person is generous or not. So if a person has a very small palm, for them, that is a sign of, of not generosity. And if a person has a very large palm for them, that's a sign of generosity. So the messenger saucer let me add a large palm. May Allah subhanaw taala grant is the trait of generosity chef's nose cafe. Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also had a the messenger had a large farm that is that would denote

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generosity now is going to describe the quality of that pomp Chanel cafe rough. Remember he said he was rough, but another narrations and soft as well and how we reconciled between those two. Chef Luca Fein. While other main, he was rough when it came to his hands and his feet, we've already described this multiple times. So it'll appear off the messengers of loss, and then we'll start off, which means his, his corners of his body would not abruptly finish. Some people, when you look at their body, it looks like the legs apart abruptly finished, it looks like the arms abruptly finished either because the arm is too fat, and it just doesn't go with the size that the arm is. or because

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it's too short, the arm itself is too short. So his corners of his body would not be neither two facts, nor would it be too short. So that would cause the body to look very, very even from every angle. Okay, home salon Muslim, the profits are similar, the arch of the foot of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was actually pretty vivid. It was large enough for it to be seen and noticeable, right. But it was not extremely long as well, because either extremes are always displaced. And they say that one of the signs of a person that's athletic, is the fact that he has a nice, you know, sized arch in his foot. If it's too small, then that normally leads to a person

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having pain when they're running and so on and so forth. So the profits are suddenly view is, of course, the most athletic of people, and that's why he was home synonymously Musyoka domain, the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was mercy who are the main okay

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meaning that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not have an athlete's foot, for example, or profits in the long run to send them did not have rips and tears in the skin of his foot. He had hit a nice foot that would be strong enough and rough enough for him to walk because we learned that he was shifting with caffeine with a domain, but he did not have the athlete's foot or he did not have other you know, sicknesses that would make the skin of the messenger sallallahu I do send them the noble skin of our dear messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam tear up as the prophet to send them off to mercy Haruka Domaine jambu and human mouth it's as if that we would see the water

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coming off the

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foot of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam Okay, so when the water would come off of the when you place water on something that is nice and smooth, what happens it very easily comes off of other objects. So the profits or send them had soft feet, but they were rough enough for him to walk very easily sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he does Allah, Allah, Allah Kalyan. He does anisocoria on the profits of cinnamon walk Zara. He would walk Zara why because Allah means to get rid of something. So we would get rid of his foot from that spot and move on works right xyla belly and he would walk in a manner that would be fast. So he would lift his foot up fast, right, his foot would be lift up,

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lift it up first and then like this. So you lift up the foot fast, but when you place it, you do it softly lifted fast place it softly lifted past, place it softly so on and so forth. So this is how the profits are cinema walk.

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Yeah, to take a fee and huge step faster.

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Please the foot softly but step fast. It's not like he was banging his foot on the floor. That's the point. The profits or send them would not do that. Well, you haven't she hasn't done so there's three things he would now look at how descriptive hinders becoming. As we said already, that hasn't had said that. This is a very descriptive man. So he's describing every aspect of the walk how he lifts his foot. So he lifts fast.

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Okay, he's lifting fast. Okay, and then he's moving as fast as well. Zanuck, Polian EMG, the caphyon he walks fast, so he's lifting and moving it fast but when he places it, MC hohner

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he places it softly because when the slaves have a loss of panel data when they're a bad man when the those people that are considered the slaves of the man, the Merciful they walk what do they do they walk upon the earth Helen and easily easygoing. Okay, so they don't walk extremely harshly, obnoxiously, they walk fast, but they step

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profits are

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In the moonwalk, it was it was coming down all the time. Normally Despite this, while you didn't

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turn your turn off either remember the head cutters

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turn his body anymore. Okay, so the body would have to turn not obnoxiously turned in on more than 180 degrees. There's

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nothing like that for

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the person so that the person feels the tension is being rested.

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would lower his gaze Okay, to the earth. Why? Because you said to the earth, He wasn't said that people had to be looking and pondering the earth. This is where that was assumed to them. It would be upon

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all artists to the ground.

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We're back now. So the What am I masaka told me that he had seen the individual. And this specific individual actually looked like a donkey and he would try to tell him every single day not to raise his head before the amount but the person would relentlessly rages it had and it's as if Allah subhanaw taala actually formed his head into a head that look like a donkey. So we should take these worried these promises of a lot. These warnings of Allah subhanaw taala very seriously. Okay, so julu Nevada, Allah, the prophets has sent him out of his shyness, and out of his humility and

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his ability to stay far and far away from the dunya he would not ponder people's objects. Sometimes when you have someone look at your things, they look at every single thing like they know all the details of your own personal objects even better than you yourself know. Right? That's called that's when a person just observes people's things. Oh, whoa, okay, you got there. Oh, that's a garbage can. I even forgot I put a garbage can there, man. Come on. Okay. So the point is that, the that some people may have this tendency of looking at people's objects, the messengers alongside them, do nobody else Buddha.

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Most of how he would look would be mudaraba, meaning not mudaraba could also mean people noticing people's things, but that's not what it means. Just so you don't misunderstand because without How about nowadays is used to, to, you know, also mean notice something that hasn't had that

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Notice this red. So without hover actually means to look from the corner of your eye. So the profitsystem was looking at the earth, when you would have a discussion with people instead of looking at their objects and their things, he would look from the corner of the eye, and that's the end of that, the corner of the eye. And that's the end of that because he lost he doesn't need to ponder people's dunya and the prophets send them was told in the Quran, do not extend your gazes to those things that we have given other people amongst you. Right? Well, after we have one up at the nakasendo aminomethyl annual finale, we've given to you the seven verses oft repeated verses from

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the Koran, the sutras in fact how why then do you look at other things. So if you have the book of Allah Subhana, WA Tada, you have everything you do, nobody and Buddha have most of what he would look is just look very briefly and move on. Yes, of course, how the who the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he would be behind his companions, almost as if he's a shepherd for the companions. Right, making sure everything is done, everything is ready. Nobody forgot their bag, nobody forgot anything. He's making sure he's a shepherd for the whole of his people, making sure that everyone is doing what they're doing well, right. You know how at nighttime, a father of a

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family or a mother of a family gets up to make sure the doors are closed, everything is done. And then they go to sleep after that, that's when they know that everybody's sleeping, everybody's resting. Everybody had their foods, everybody's done. Now I can go and do whatever I have to do, go to sleep, go do whatever I need to do. So similarly, the roof profits and send them would be behind everybody making sure behind the scenes literally making sure that things are being conducted properly. Everybody's doing what they have to do. Every if somebody needs help guidance, somebody needs some direction. He's there for that some of the law to send them well, you have to do them and

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lucky ever set up. And the profits on the long run to send them would not be arrogant such that he would not give Salaam to people, he would be the first person person to say a set out more than a lot whenever he would meet people. why some people have this tendency to tell us I'm too big, you can say said to me, right? Sometimes you will have this thing. I'm not going to call you a loss. Because you didn't you know, you should be calling me I've already given you five phone calls. No, the prophets Islam is making sure his companions are in the proper manner. And this, by the way, also goes for students of knowledge and teachers. Sometimes students have no knowledge and teachers

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have this relationship where the shift is just like all prim and proper, and that's it. I'm going to stay at home. I'm not going to talk to my students. I'm not going to meet them. I'm not going to be the one calling them. I remember my machines themselves, they would call me some of them would call me to make sure you know, Santa Monica de la, did you finish your homework? Did you finish reading this? Did you finish doing that? Right? Why? Because this is the novena solo session to make sure everybody's doing what they have to do. Everybody's getting what they have to do done. And he would also make sure that he's the one that is giving Salaam to people to spread the love of Shu Salaam as

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the prophets or send them said spread the Salaam Should I not tell you of something that if you were to do you will become beloved amongst one another you'd love begin to love one another to have up to a few ceramah being spread Salaam punk still. And with that, I will also say I said I'm going to law, just like common law hunting for attending was a little while I said you know, I didn't want to be a dream.

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