Abdul Wahab Saleem – Shama’il At-Tirmidhi – Prophetic Characteristics – 03

Abdul Wahab Saleem
AI: Summary © The conversation covers the history and importance of the Hades, the concept of "has" in relation to loss and loss of limb health, the use of "will" and "will" in relation to loss, the use of "aroma" in relation to loss and loss of limb health, the use of "monster" as a person who lost their legacy and became a major scholar of Hadith, and the importance of seeking seeking-after in a certain area. The speakers emphasize the need to learn from mistakes and find novel avenues for improvement, and the importance of trusting one's gut and body for important decisions.
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sudarshana la salatu salam ala rasulillah hamdulillah him the new wife in your honor who you Kafeel Merci de la la vida de Nam hamedan rather early he will be here is Mary along random number and for now and founder of Yuma alum Tina was in our email marketing

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welcome back and we are now starting off with the third lesson into the book. And that is the Heidi's number nine number nine from Chanel.

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Chanel mohammedia Timothy says it's not in La Habra, Haman la

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Abu Musab

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Al Jazeera Mohammed Abu Jaffa.

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on sugar uncIe marketing Harbin all SMS to jaggedness mo da yaku Kiana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sitla * eskadron larini men who said after So, all along we're still discussing the physical the noble physical features of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And this hadith is narrated by

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Abu Musab Muhammad ibn Lucena. Okay. And he Neary sit from Hamad bin Jaffa who narrates it from Sherpa Okay, sure about

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his the

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fight, he was married to the mother of Mohammed and Jaffa. Okay, so that's why the duration is coming down with a short about I'm c max can come from C malloc. Even happens and that can help us in eraider that we'll see again and again throughout our

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book that we're reading. And he's a narrator that was, you know, that's definitely an authentic narrator. He was considered an authentic narrator. And then as he grew older, he started to become a weaker narrator. And that's why some of the scholars such as a bitter bollock Sherpa and others, short by himself, so that is the student of simec they would have graded him to be a weak narrator okay, but nonetheless, he's still considered a reputed narrator uncIe marketing has been fun. He said, I heard Jabu someone jab it and someone

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are from the habit was really lost or stolen. Both of them are Sahaba and Bahati even reported a hadith of his father as well. So Java and somewhat are both Sahaba. Javid narrates

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that or he says Ghana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. The messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was, buddy I found number one. He was * unfun. And this is a particular trait that we've already noticed before Lydia I found meaning that the profits on a lot more it was in them had a wide mouth, you know, a vast mouth meaning that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So what I mean by that, when I say meaning, is the fact that remember, certain physical features according to the Arabs have a certain underlying meanings behind them. So a big mouth would have a meaning a big chest will have a meaning a big head we already said that that denotes intellect for the herbs. So

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for the big mouth, it's showing eloquence the profits of Los Alamos of such nature. He had a big mouth audience Salatu was set up, buddy, Ash can align. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had what was known as Shukla in his mind, what it should mean, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam well will notice what sure that narrates from seamark as well as the meaning of nuclear. Okay, and then I'll discuss shortly after that man who said optic and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a man who was elected which basically means that the heel of the messenger sallallahu Sallam didn't have a lot of meat on it and that shows agility. So the profits or send them was agile. He was able

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to move fast. He was in fact in his feet. That's what that means. Now shorba says, and Timothy is quoting shorba on this, he says that I asked Sima, my teacher basically, Mowgli from what does it mean when we say that the prophets of Satan was * awesome. He says Allah of evil firm that means that the prophet SAW Selim had a big mouth Okay. Well to mash in what does it mean when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is described to mean as to be as Caroline. Okay. So Java will summarize making the description shorter been erased from seebach lunarians from Java right now, sure, by asking c map. What does it mean when we say that the profits are longer is Illinois buddy

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earned from sosi Mark explains. Then he asked what does it mean when the profits of Selim is said to be ash Caroline? what seamax says he says Pauline Lucia.

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I mean, he had a very, very large eye, okay, the opening of the eye was a large eye. So basically, it was a larger, that's what he's describing the eye of the messenger from that subtle level I do send them to be already but the earlier man that commented on Shama elected me the day said that this was a mistake and the erla that generally commented on the Hadith in general, they said that this was a mistake that seamark made. In fact, in reality, the word Eshkol means that the prophet SAW Selim has a slight bit of redness within the eye, we said previously, that it was black pupil, and the whiteness was white, gray, but there was, there was a slight bit of redness there, too. And

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if you notice, if you think about a person that has a bed, the person that has the special aura, which sort of allows the people to look at him in magnificence, you know, at times, you'll notice that such a person, it almost develops a fear within the individual that is, communicating with him, if there's a slight bit of redness within the eye, it gives a different look to the face. So it wasn't as if the eye was gone red, which would look evil, right, which would look bad, which would make the person look a little bit even ugly, but the profits or loss of them had a slight bit of redness within the whiteness as well, which would, instead of being towards the pale, for example,

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instead of being towards another texture, instead of, for example, having white dots, some people have the white whiteness, but they have like a little pale dot, little pale dots throughout there. So the profitsystem had a white, a black pupil, but a white surrounding that had a little bit of redness within there as well showing the veins of the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And so this is what it means. This was Shukla and the Imams. Allah believes that that's what some of the that's what the surah have this hadith explained the word truth, let me see Mark believes that it means a big eye and it could mean both as well along with Adam will do Mammon who

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should update what his manhood octave. He said, as we said previously, earlier, he had a very little bit of lamb, very little bit of meat within the heel. All have dessiner now we're going on to the next Howdy. So I didn't mean he says, that had done so all the first Narrator And all of these ahaadeeth you can naturally assume that he's the teacher of the mammoth did with you, because he's directly saying had done enough, he said to us, that means he said to us, who said to us, our shape, so naturally, this is the shape of economic theory, and not even a city and now the city says, and of course, another setting is considered a good narrator as well and he was considered a very pious

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individual from amongst the pious slaves of Allah subhana wa Tada, email Muslim and other scholars of Hadith also reported to his head youth as well. Okay, so he says, another city says now that had done I don't even reposant I've thought of no passing.

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narrated that Ashraf, Yanni, even Sowell Ashraf

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from on the authority of si who is who Yanni even so while he's the person who's also known as events a wallet or is the son of the individual by the name as of swap, okay, now this is important to note over here, if you notice that the books that you have before you and the the particular copy that we're using as you're reading, and if you haven't already received those copies or if you're listening to these before after, then go ahead and get yourself a copy of Mohammed Lamas

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of sharpshooter gradually. Alright, Hamza Rama is a famous Hadith from Medina and Sheikh Mohammed.

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And he's one of the students of shareholder Fidel Buddha and Buddha is known for his participation in Hadith as well. So Sheikh Mohammed Rama, he has an edited copy of the shot of Shama Timothy, by Imam and by jury. So that is the copy that we're using. And that is the copy we're reading through. So get yourself a copy of that. It's very easy, just type into my edited me the online right next to it and come with a woman and you'll get yourself a copy from his online library. If you have access to a real library, then normally, it's very easy to find. It's printed by Darwin Hodge in part with Donald Howie. Okay, so yeah, so well, the son of ebenso. Well, the reason why I stopped there, if

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you notice in this copy, there's a

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hyphens on each side. Yeah, I mean, they've been so far. The reason for that is because the word yarny have been so well meaning events a while. Okay, that is not actually part and parcel of the text that a moment did with these narrating. So when I came to explain who he was, or he didn't really himself explained who I shot who he was by saying, even toward the center of the wall, they put it in brackets, so it doesn't seem like it's part of the original narration. So when you're narrating the Hadees, you narrated just with the word that Mr. MC did with he had heard it, so you haven't didn't really heard about it? No, pass him on. But he figured out that it must be even to

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walk. So in brackets, yeah, I needed him to walk. Why? Because they're so particular about making sure that every single word is narrated, just as it is, if there's any addition, any, you know, subtraction, all of that has to be mentioned right away. So there's a slight addition, even though the addition is pretty fair, right? It's pretty fair to say this is a little hub, just to figure out who which of the hub you're talking about. If it's sunny, the sun upsetting, it's pretty fair to say that, right? Nobody's gonna have any qualms with that, but with the head the thing, they want to make sure that everything is being preserved just as it should be. So instead of saying, I should, I

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should give us a wad all together? Is it si brackets, meaning IE, even so was that a shot there? Not another shot. I just hop

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on the authority of

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a subsidiary. Right. And Javid, Eben Samora Yaga Ruben Samora again, Harlow a toda su de la he's a Mullah who it was in them I saw the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He later lay 11 eight that was what does it mean? Okay?

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is sometimes sometimes you describe By the way, it's a sofa, it's a it's a an actual adjective for the term later. So that's why you can say feed lady Latin, a bohemian. Or you can say that it may be magashule daughter, they could be either, but it's likely the lady left in Korea, okay. And it means a very, very bright night. You know, sometimes when the moon is out, let's say a full moon, right? The night will be quite bright because of the light of the moon, right the moon light. So it has that type of light during the nighttime where the moon is shining. So Java is saying that I saw the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam in a night that was

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in a night which had this almost the light that you see in the early morning time. So it's either ilyon or it's Ileana with the Dharma Buddha at the end, or it's the here. All of those are different ways of pronouncing this word. But basically all of it just comes out to me the beta makura a night that has a moon in a night that has moon lightarian feeling like an alien while a camera. And upon him is a hula Hamra and her leg we already described. It's a two part garment. Okay. So the reason why it's called a holdout, we said already, it's because of the fact that the hurler comes from the word hello, hello. And we said hello. Hello means if something is here, and you place it somewhere,

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right? You place it somewhere. So that placement area is called a Mahal. So this object is now yellow hat and it's being placed on this place. So that's a man. Now the reason why a hula is called the hula is not a height of omega Halo. Aha, because one of those two garments ends up becoming on top of placed on top of the other. So if you have a lower garment and you have a like almost like when you go for HUD, for example, you have the lower garment and you have the upper garment, the upper garment actually goes above the lower one, right. So it becomes a hernia. So basically, what I'm trying to say is, it comes out to me two part garment like Shadow Archimedes, like for example,

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so and underneath the pants and so on and so forth. Okay, so here's a little hammer Ah, I saw the messenger sallallahu. It was in them in a in a night that had moonlight there in in a very nice, beautiful red garment and we already explained the redness. If it's not pure red, then it's not a problem for your eyes to unravel, he will come up. So Javid said I started to look at the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and I looked at the moon as well looked at the Prophet looked at the moon, right started comparing between the morning the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam fella who are in the asset nominal karma. I saw that the messenger Muhammad

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was more beautiful in my, in my perception in my idea, in my estimation, even more so than the Ummah, even more so than the moon, right? And the moon is a word that in most cultures, it's known for beauty, right? So that's why even if you look at some romance novels or something like that, they may compare a woman to a moon, and so on and so forth. So those things happen. So Moon is something that's representative of beauty. So when he's looking at the moon, and looking at the profits or sentiment back and forth, then he says, I found them to be even more beautiful than the moon basically is trying to say that, that even that representation cannot

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represent the beauty of the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and also the shows us that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had an illumination to his face as well. Okay? Now, this doesn't mean that the prophet SAW Selim did not, for example, did he was like a glowing light bulb or something like that, right? No, this is something that some people have said. And some people also try to use these particular statements of, or those people that have said this, to accuse and, and and ridicule such people. And that's also a problem as well. Okay. There are people out there that say that the prophet to Selim was so illuminated, that he was like the shining sun or

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so on and so forth. Right. Now, in reality, we have narrations in which the prophets have said that, for example, I shared with you a lot of data and she was searching for the profit to send them so she started to use his hands to search in The Dark Knight. And the profit to send them was nowhere to be found until her hand went and touched, I think it was the feet or some other body part of the Profit System. So this shows us that it wasn't like an illumination like a light bulb, right. But there are some people that will say that it was, it was another type of illumination, right. And some people will even go as far as to say, he was created, of course, that particular statement that

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he was created of knew of light, that is not an accurate statement, in reality, the prophets send them he emphasized again, and again, that I was a Bashar a loss of data he had commanded the prophet to send them to say to the people, when in a special meeting to come, I'm just a human being just like your, your yourselves. So it's not like he was created of No, that is not a an accurate perception. And you know, what, we should not be people that end up getting, you know, directed by our emotions, more so than by our intellect. And I'm talking about both ends of the bargain here. Because there's going to be people that will come and they will totally deny all of the Hadees that

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repeatedly mentioned, that the fact that the prophets or send them had illumination to him, right, there is many a hadith and automata generate we looked at that, yeah, no, no, we looked at that prophets or send them when he walked into Medina. So have you said about along, be equally, that Allah subhanho wa Taala illuminated everything when the prophets isn't enough?

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Oh, you know, Luma, darkness ended up enveloping Medina, we have all of these different ahaadeeth I looked at him, and I look compared him to the moon, it was like he was better than the moon. Is he like the safe? No, he's like the moon? Is he like the sword? No, he's like the moon. Well, you know, the prophets I send them has a space between his

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And Venus, and it comes into Hades, and we'll look at that it says if there's light coming between, from between his teeth to all of these ahaadeeth totally deny them and reinterpret them. And then the very concept that that such people try not to do, and that is to scribe meanings to concepts that are very clearly illustrated within the Sunnah. Right? They end up doing that for their own benefits, right? So this is called one type of extreme. And then there's another type of extreme which is like, Oh, well, he was like a light bulb shining, such that, you know, any, you could see him in the darkness. He had no will to him, okay, he had no shadow to him, for example, because of

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the light that was there. That's another also another type of extreme because we have other studies which show that the profitsystem had a shadow, number one. Number two, we also have other studies that show also the fact that the Prophet sallallaahu I didn't send them and by the way, the ones that show you how to shadow, they're more authentic than the ones that don't. So that's number one. Number two, we also have the fact that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was in the masjid and I was looking for him. And if he was a light bulb, then naturally she would have been able to easily find them, but she didn't. And we, we have those particular narrations and other examples of that as

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well. So in reality, the prophets who send them had a special type of soldier that other people did not and that's why if he did not have such a special type

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of illumination to him a radiant radiance to him and even pious people have a special type of Radiance but this is extra special otherwise why would there be any reason to continuously mentioned that radiation there is some sort of Radiance to the to the skin tone of the profits and send them to the profits isn't himself but it doesn't reach such that it becomes a light bulb and then even more so than that, that the profits and selling themselves was actually created from noise? Well, no, it is a creation that is like the creation of human beings and it is a radiant radiance that is beyond the radiant of the pious people because this is a profit rather the greatest of profits

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rather the greatest person and individual and peace of matter to ever walk the face of the earth at what you don't find out who are in the settlement and then he was more beautiful for me than the camera itself had different a Sofia Bucharest.

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Romania forbade from a different village none of what I see. Okay.

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I enjoy Hey, Elise, hop.

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Cora sir Roger Rooney's Bara Akana with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam me through the safe. Allah Bell, mythical comma. Now, Bharat says that a man said

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a man sorry. A boy's heart says a man asked but what about the prophets of Salaam saying a Canada was Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam America safe was the face of the Prophet sallallahu it was sitting like a sword.

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So by law, he replied back saying law it wasn't like a sword Ben mytheo karma rather, his face sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was like a moon. Now when he's asking the Prophet when Baba is being asked about how the faces whether it was like a sword, there's two things we're talking about illumination. So this Hadeeth comes up so it's number one referring to the illumination you know, the sword when you when it when it it's in the light, there's a certain type of reflection, you see off the sword, right? So that shows that the sword is more radiant than other objects. However, if you take that sword and turn off the light, is there any radiance? No. So it's just like that the

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prophets I send them had a special type of Radiance to him as well. So that's in terms of one aspect number two, the second part is the fact that he's asking about the straightness or the the circular nature of the face of the overall sort of loss in them. So he ba he excused one word that would accommodate both so he said Mr. will come out rather he was like the moon. So the word like them won't accommodate the fact that the profits of cinema was radiant similarity by the way moon work to keep talking about the moon. The moon is also a type of Radiance that doesn't necessarily come from itself it comes from the sun as we know it just reflects the sunlight. So there is a special there

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is a connection between those descriptions as well Mr. Cabo so the face of the profits and send them was like the comma Okay, meaning that it was a bit round, but remember we already described that them yet. Let me build moto hammy, while I will mocha mocha that the profits or sell them was not multiple, how not fact and at the same time, he wasn't fully round in his face, rather the roundness of the face of it also the loss of limb was there and at the same time, there was a straightness to it as well. Auto had definite is not an eligible handle Nakata had definite Buddha Buddha, Masashi Buddha Buddha mazovia Buddhahood the one that is also known as as muscle heavy, what does it mean

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when we say muscle atrophy? and muscle atrophy means the person who either used to write them was half or he used to sell them stuff from most half the plural of which is muscle I have muscle I have almost half being the Quran right? So the book The Quran the written version the copy that's all you have that's known as the most of and that's why sometimes if you look outside you will actually see it say on top of it most left right so this person I would that would he was on Masashi This is not the same Abu Dawood, the popular one but this is a Buddha wouldn't muscle heavy. Now, a Buddha wouldn't muscle heavy. Why isn't he known as almost happy? Okay, because we have normally when

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people are tributed to an object, they're attribute attributed to the singular of that object.

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So over here however, he's attributed to the plural of it, well, longer item in my estimation, the reason why he may not have been called and most happy is because the hadn't seen they have a tendency or even the element at large they have a tendency of having two words, okay. Two words.

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And most happy and so happy and I gathered them together in a line of poetry.

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Hey I'm so happy why lakita but like many females happy, okay, this is in a book that I have written called elmia vs semia

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Fitness field, Berea the 100 lines of selimiye poetry isn't attributed to my father, but I am the author, the 100 lines of such Portree whilst I am giving guidance to humanity. So, for from the experiences that I had gained and also at the same time from the experiences that I took from the earlimart and also last but not least some of the hiccups that I found in the books of him and so on and so forth books of wisdom, I gathered them together in 100 lines one of them says that like that who did it and so happy

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what I get out of alignment feels happy,

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do not take knowledge my brother, my friend from also happy, what is so happy. So, he is a person that takes knowledge directly from books, okay. So, he hasn't taken knowledge from the from the real amount and hence, the person ends up making a lot of errors and mistakes as he is proceeding. So, a lot of misunderstandings can arise as the person is a is proceeding in knowledge. Why because maybe the person was not able to read a word right? Maybe the person misunderstood a certain word, maybe that certain word had a classical meaning and a modern meaning and the person understood it in the light of the modern meaning. So for example, when we said that the prophets is synonym julu, nobody

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and Buddha hava, the most of the viewing of rasulillah the way he would look at things would be Moodle, hava. Now Moodle, however, in a modern sense, means noticing, like really, really looking into something deeply and, and noticing it. However, what would I have I really means in the Hadith is that the prophets I send them would look from his mouth, which is the corner of the eyes, this corner of the eye is called a milk or a mop.

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And this corner of the eye is called the lab. So the profits of cinnamon would go and look from the lab and he wouldn't look from the whole eye altogether. Okay. Now, if he's looking from the mouth, naturally, he's going to be looking for the MOOC as well, because if he's looking this way, then this is going towards the MOOC, and that is going towards that a hub. So that's kind of together. But my idea the idea here is that the prophet to send them would look from the corner of the eye. Why because he was shy, and he didn't want to focus on the objects of people a lot, right? Like the profit that's in them will just look as much as he needed to and then he would move on with his life

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right? So this is the profits is no more now why is it said in a modern country, modern constant contacts for Modern Standard Arabic almost it kind of means like, looking into a matter of deeply doing what I have it like really making sure that this is just the way it says it is and so on and so forth. So now, this kind of renders the exact opposite meaning. So if someone is just reading by himself, maybe those mistakes will arise and those mistakes will occur and those mistakes will happen. And that's why do not take knowledge my brother from a Sahih from a person who just took knowledge from the books by himself. Right. And and that's why they save and can actually hook it up

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to Ghana who experiment Sahabi he, whatever has a she was just that's his book. That's it. He just reads his book, and figures things out on his own, that normally his mistakes will be more than his, his

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accuracy. Now everybody's gonna make mistakes. But we look at who is mostly accurate, and who mostly makes mistakes, someone that is constantly just taking knowledge from books, then likely than not his knowledge will have a lot of mistakes in it. Okay, so this is the first part of the line why lackey de la haemophilus huffy and do not take the book of a law also from the mouth of the most happy and this is a famous statement, but I made it into a line of poetry.

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And do not also take the book of a law from someone who's almost half meaning you picked up the most half and he started reading the Koran on his own as an he didn't have for example, a jazza in the book of a lot, he didn't read the Koran properly and repeatedly until he corrected himself to a shape right then this person as he's reading, even though on there will be certain mistakes like for example, tuning, right? Sometimes people will end up reading it through an email I know he toony even though there's a Hamza there that you do this heat of that if you're starting from that particular stop spot right so these are mistakes that sometimes people are not able to pick up just

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from the most of you have to learn them from a teacher so that's why I do not take the book of a law firm homeless huffy meaning a person who just uses the most now that's why I said maybe this is the reason why they didn't call him almost half even though you shouldn't be called almost happy because he's telling us I have so you go back to the singular, but they call them on the fly view because most happy is a term that is a negative term. And that negative light it's used, slain silly man. ivinson had definite no boo boo for me. Okay. His name is Julian Adamson. And he's, he says had definite novel avenues for me.

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Now that we've been remade, okay, if you notice it says a novel and not novel by itself. Okay. And the reason for that is because the editing, notice historically there hadn't been they did not have a

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did not have the dots on there on the letters, and that's why there is many sciences that have that have arisen in order for

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in order for a correctional procedure to be undertaken to correct the mistakes that some readers have had even not them will have been, may have fell into, because they didn't have these things memorized. They're just using these papers for a quick help. Like, you know, someone has a foreign memorize, they don't look at the Quran as they're reading, they just Could you give it one, I look at it and move on. And they continue reading, right? Because they may have forgotten something or something like that, right. But most of the things they've already got memorized. So that's the handy thing for you. Now, other people may fall into some mistakes and even some will have you seen

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the weaker ones from amongst them may fall into some mistakes as well, because there's no dots it will just say Alif Lam no saudara So, it looks like a nozzle, it could be another it could be a nozzle, but to differentiate between A and B by the way, because of this particular problem, a lot of different sciences have arisen

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to correct this. Okay, so there is an elephant and mortality if you know, and there's other sciences as well, where you have had been working towards ensuring that the names are pronounced properly head death into another debate.

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So over here to make a note of information. The reason why they put the Elif lamb there is because they had the thing. They say if it's an integral, we'll put the Elif law and if it is a nossal they will get rid of the lF lamb so you can right away know that the sword is not a sword, it's actually a law that has a.on top of it because they both look the same. So to differentiate between those two, historically, now we have the dots. So it's obvious. Historically, they would put the Elif lamb there in front of another to make that differentiation and slowly Okay, he's narrating now from slowly even a bit of bark is narrating from Salaheddin a bit

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uneven she had an even she had was this zuri the famous famous scholar, okay.

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by the name of Yvonne even she had a zodia By the way, you might have been Sheila Zoe, he's just major powerhouse scholar towards June basically the entire virtue of the science of Hadeeth, the canonization of the site of Hades, not the sciences of these, it goes back to him because he was the first one upon the commandment of aroma, even Aziz that gathered together a well Jameer and Hadith he will it will she have an AMA who are among the first gatherer of Hadith. And that I thought was, even though she had a zuri it will she have his own he, he was a first gather of Hadith. You'll know who he was, the person that had commanded him was Irma. Okay, so the first gather of Hadeeth was

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January 23, was in Shabbat zody. And the person that had commanded him was a remote disease. So this is that same event, she had azuri, the famous fapy, the, you know, one of the major magazine of Hadith. And he's also a Dabiri, of course, because

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he's narrating for me. So I decided I was going to narrate it from above what I already alluded to, I'm not sure but he's also a web himself and alafia inside and you know, life inside is a famous scholar of Hades in film, he says that, that model, a two edged map, one extra element, minimal edge map, meaning, I have never seen someone who has gathered more heavy than we should have, he gathered, basically all of the Hadees in the fatawa of the Sahaba and the debris that were there in a big huge document that was then sifted for correctional, you know, procedures. It was then corrected, and some of those traditions will say, hey, how there were others weren't so hey, and so

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on and so forth. So this is this famous scholar in Punjab, and that's why I left it Nathan. He says that I have never seen a person that was more knowledgeable, and nor more, you know, more of a memorizer of Heidi's done this particular individual evolution hobbyzone and even macoun. He's asked who's the most knowledgeable individual you've seen? He says the most knowledgeable has to be that even Shahab and many, many scholars have narrated his body he narrates from Abu Salah. Okay, was also a tabula rasa. So sometimes salaries will narrate from tabbies and sometimes that occurs

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Three times. And sometimes even more than that, of who they are, who they are a troubled era, or the amount of data now this is your homework, I will be allowed to I don't memorize now, his name. Okay, memorize his name. Many people know about whatever as a borderline, I used to teach this Hadeeth class and then every semester I would tell the students, you're one of the questions that will come and the way I would make my exams is the exam and I'll put Bonus questions. So in case someone forgot to answer, they'll have these Bonus questions to get some marks right. So every semester, I would put the same bonus question, what is the name of a Valera? Okay, what is it? I would repeat

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the name of a monado because how do you say reading? I would I would come up again and again. So everybody would just say, you know, people would just have all sorts of answers some people were like that anyways, it just comes out to his name is Abdullah and even Sahaja dosi. So memorize it once you remember originally, his name was chimps, abductions, and then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he changed his name to Abdullah man even saw her a dosi Adi along with Allah and who

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saw her and he's from dos. So naturally he's known as a dosi. Ghana Rasulullah sallallahu. It was said now Buddha is describing the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam can also license lm abiel nmrc. The prophet SAW Selim was right. It's as if he was he was made out of silver. Okay, so same idea. The prophets of Salaam had a shiny tone to him. That's the idea we're going back to again, another narration also making that same admission, and this is what I wrote with the alarm.

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mentioning that the prophets of Salaam he was white, it's as if he was carved out of out of silver. But lagina Shah and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a person who had smooth hair, not wavy hair straight, not curly hair, rather, some waves were there, but he was a person of straight here, primarily and there were some waves and we said some curls at the bottom as well. honor these nadina your hammer lock on a header set up with a better blue salaried job. And sometimes you'll dispute Eva even sorry, do come as I bought a job and other times you'll come up with a bit of insight. And we've already spoken about them a little bit before on a lot on and Nathan who said he

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said a lace events I told me remember we were talking about lace lace was explaining how great

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shabbas already was. Now let's look at who lace was. So we understand the witness of lace. How important is lace was this powerhouse scholar? Okay, we have the four imams.

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Right. But then we have other inmates as well. Other men as well some people do not understand that there is actually other historically as well. Right amongst the other a map is a moment. And that's why even Salafi mentioned that historically There used to be a group called Rosa yet the scholars that were they would attribute even till his time there was a group called an Ozark. So we have they the heavier the Malik here, the shutter here, the hanabi da and then we have the area, the VA area. And then we have the hub of lace but it died down really fast as well. And then we had other mazahub as well that slowly but surely died down. But they were there for a few centuries, even sometimes

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six, seven centuries down, you'd find existence of different modalities that were not the famous form of I haven't even till today we have, for example his idea, right? But they are Shia, but there was very close to the Sunni film. So they're there as well. Right? And the jack Fetty adrafinil Saga is a person that was actually a Sunni, but the Shia, they tried to make him one of his Imam and one of their Imams and then they follow this the sip of Joshua. So the jaffery as well. So my point is that there were other football ha as well historically, but the

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lafia the lace into this students, they did not end up you know, basically

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upholding his legacy. Okay? There's people who whose legacies are upheld by their students and there's people whose legacies are not upheld by their students. So they said and sad was amongst those people who did not have the same sort of status within the oma such as the amount of shatavari But even though he was of that nature amount of shatter he says that I have never okay. missed out on learning knowledge

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from anyone

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for a sister Elisa Mishra.

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And I have been saddened because of the opportunity that I've lost.

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More so than my sadness, of losing the opportunity to learn

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From who at least having said, so lately I've been tired again is a very, very famous and major scholar of Hadith. May Allah Subhana Allah be pleased with him. And by the way, he was a very also a very rich person as well. So he would have a yearly income of by the now I'm going to describe to you how much this is and then you will understand what it means femenina Alpha Dena, then you would have 80,000 dinars. Okay, now, that doesn't mean $80,000 or 80,000, Kuwaiti dinars, and so on and so forth. No, this is 80,000 golden coins. Okay. Remember, historically, the transactions would occur because with gold and silver, and even in recent history, up until the 1800s, people are transacting

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in what golden Silver's right, the bank notes, were not a common phenomenon, there were banks were just used to, to protect a person's wealth so it doesn't become stolen. And the bank notes are in evidence of the person's wealth, that's all it was. And then in recent history, bank notes, they ended up becoming the the actual wealth and gold and silver no longer is considered wealth as well. And this is going to change eventually, as time proceeds, I am sure of the fact that this will, you know, history will repeat itself and gold and silver will become a currency as well. And that's why some people also believe that banknotes actually have intrinsic value when in reality, they do not

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have intrinsic value. Okay. So intrinsic value is not necessarily part and parcel of banknotes. And naturally, there are some rulings attached to that or at least discussions if you please attach to that. So over here, he has 80,000 de nos

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80,000 years. Now Edina comes out to about $300 to up to $1,000, depending on how much

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depending on how much

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depending on how much this particular coin is worth. Okay, so $80,000, in reality, would mean up to 20 to $30 million.

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So his yearly income, okay, he would be earning 20 to $30 million.

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That's how much money he would be earning on a yearly basis, maybe even more, depending on the estimations and gold prices and so on and so forth. Right. And, and they say that he was never a person that ended up paying zakat. What does that mean? That means every time you earn that money and get the money, you would donate it right away, right, all of his money would be donated, and hence, you would never be a person even though he has 1830 to 20 to $30 million coming in on a yearly basis, even then, the individual later inside he would not pay zakat, why because he was a person again he would donate all of his money and hence he would not have got become obliged upon it

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because it got one of the conditions is that it asked to remain for a year so you would not let it remain free or just donate the money. And this will be from Abu Zubaydah places from Brazil, and jiving even Abdullah Jaga nom de la Sahabi.

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Right, and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam upon now the prophets who sent him is going to describe himself a little bit Rue de la la Yun MBO.

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I was shown all of the messengers now early the earlier the messengers were presented to me and normally a person who others are presented to is better than the person that is being presented, right. That's why when you go for a job interview, he's going to be your boss, right? When you go for whatever type of relationship father, mother, a student, teacher, all these, so the one the person is being presented to naturally he will be better than the one that that is being presented right?

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Now, so that means that the prophets are setting them is the greatest of all messengers are de la la and MDF. And by the way, I want to stop here and say also, that in our times, we have another tendency, and other tendency, and that's the tendency of, of the teacher almost being presented to the students. Okay. And that's the hyper marketing culture that, that that that has become prevalent within our societies today. And Islam was never about hyper marketing, it was not about, you know, going out of your way and doing like hyper marketing, just totally making the shape or the teacher or so on and so forth a commodity, that this person is super hyper marketed, such that it's the

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student that has to accept the teacher and not the not the other way around. So this is a culture that has led to a lot of ills and amongst those ills is that people do not find the need now.

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To travel to seek knowledge, whereas now what happens is the teacher he's traveling from place to place to place to place the place to go and seek that. The opportunities to call those people to realize oh, of course he's doing something good. But the students are slowly stop, you know, they're they're seizing to understand the responsibility that they have as students of knowledge as well. And that's why so, many of the scholars are not what they used to say anymore, no matter how far being the first of them, I doubt it really was supposed to be supposed to be sought. And it is not brought okay. This is a translation I took from my friend Mufti Mr. Ferber, even though I tried

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translating before never came out, as well as this, the aim is to be sought and not to be brought meaning that the reason is to be sought. And it sort of has that rhythmic tone that irmo have also had when he was saying it, meaning that a massage and not rock, meaning that you have to go out of your way to seek knowledge travel, if you have to, even if it has to be for one class, even if it has to be for one, you know, it's not about opportunity costs. That's why she held the fact that I will look in one of his books he mentioned. And this was a point that, that I, I, you know, I just sort of became lost and it became become lost till today as I read this. He was writing and there

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was a mess Allah that He heard from an alum in Pakistan, okay, you've been build your pack some chickens from Syria, you know, took knowledge from him inside that go 3d, the shape of the machine while Islamia in the Ottoman Empire, he then move to Riyadh. And he used to be a teacher in January at the moment, that's where he continued to teach till the end of his life. And I took knowledge from the nephew of the chef, who is also a direct student of the shape. So the shape of course, has many nephews and, and sons and so on, so forth. But his nephew had the opportunity in the dough field from a lot to be teaching and Jonathan medic served. And the chef was taking Jannati demand.

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So that gave my chef she has an award that the opportunity to study from the famous Hadith of the Buddha. And hence I also took knowledge from from him as a second person. But my point is, that showed him the fact that he went to Pakistan. And in his trip to Pakistan, he

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he met one of the mountain he said that basically he gave him a line of benefit, one line of benefit. And he mentioned this in more than one of his books. And he said that what law he shaped and by the way, he should have been for that as one of the most well read individuals he's in encyclopedia before these internet encyclopedias were formed. I personally checked through one of his books from cover to cover every Hadith in which he says that I did not find it, I searched I did not found find this ad. I searched it up on the search engines such as mcdouble, shamita, and other search engines. And I did not find any of the Hadeeth and I'm talking about now in a search engine.

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Throughout the entire library. I did not find an Islamic library or major Islamic library books. I did not find any of the books were shut up the Fatah Buddha he said that I did not find this hadith I did not find any of those Hadith in which he said those words, but he didn't have a search engine to search through. He was an encyclopedic person himself. All right. So here's one point of benefit because this is pretty much all you can benefit now doesn't have too much room to increase that benefits. So he says shave by a law this entire trip to Pakistan. This is worthwhile, just because of this one point of benefit that I've taken from that's it. Okay, and likely than not, and I don't

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exaggerate when I say this, Jacob didn't but that was probably a much bigger item than the one that he was benefiting from anyways, but my point of the matter here is that this is the level this is how a person of knowledge should be a person seeking knowledge should be that that even if you seek and you get one does on your entire travel, if it has to be a travel then so be it and not that okay, well, you know,

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think about it this way. I'll put it this way. Imagine you go to a weekend seminar, whatever course it may be. And you know, you paid your money you came you travel to another city, okay to go for that weekend seminar, and the sheep that is coming to teach you the weekend seminar, he falls sick.

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Just imagine for a moment how your psyche would be. It would be like man, I paid for this man support a lie. Man I travel I left my family I left my work I so much opportunity lost, right. And the ship could only come in for one hour to teach you that particular lesson. Whatever it may be, even though the promise was eight to 10 hours and then the only thing

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That you'll remember of it would be the qualms that Oh, I missed out on learning for eight hours whilst I really paid for the eight hours and then like, you know, and then I wasn't able to attend the mandus just was horrible man. So how a lot like, Man, I'm never going to attend this again. Whilst in reality, a real true student of knowledge, his psyche should be that Alhamdulillah I traveled it, five hours, but at least I got one hour to study, that's, that's enough. That's enough. Even if you missed out your whole lunia for the sake of that one hour, it should be enough. And you should never have qualms about it, and you should never have complains about it. Right? Even if

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whatever the scenario may be, even if you know you paid air ticket, whatever the scenario, may be, you learn something, you should, you know, cherish the fact that this particular individual actually went out of his way, even if that required for you to pay a fee or whatever it may be, that this person he ended up giving you his time, because this is the way it there is it should be for in order for you to, you know, this is the way you should be looking at these particular matters and not the other way around. And that's why the person who is being presented is naturally not the same as the one who is who is being presented to. So all of the MDR are being presented to the prophets

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and the meaning he is, of course greater than all of the messengers, and so you do one or the other. I am the master of the children of Adam and there is no boasting about it for either Moosa. Then suddenly Moosa, okay. Musashi said I don't mean agree, john, he was like, and you know what, I'm going to stop here for one more second. And I'm going to say another comment on this particular matter, since we're talking about the student of knowledge. Anyways, I'm gonna say that, and I'll give you a personal life experiences of mine as well. I remember one day

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I ended up

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you know, I ended up coming late and repeatedly sold to one of my machinists and his dusts. And and I realized that this was very early on.

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And I realized that, and he ended up of course, getting angry at that. So he discontinued teaching me, and we used to be five or six people. So I realized that he's doing that, of course, to teach me a lesson, right? So, so parent a lot, by the love of Allah subhanaw taala, even though at that time I was maybe 1617, I lost the penalty, Allah gave me the tofik to recognize that this is a test, just go through it. For the next two entire weeks, I continued to go in the Canadian cold weather walking to his house. And I would go and sit there, and he wouldn't teach me anything for at least

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five to seven hours every single day, five to seven hours, he wouldn't teach me anything. This was just he was just sick of it. And he wouldn't teach me anything for five to six hours. And then finally, after two weeks of repeatedly doing that, the shape, you know, he ended up having you recognizing that, okay, this particular individual is truly recognized his fault. He understands his mistake. And then after that, the amount of attention he had given me a loss of handle data, may Allah reward him for that. But the point of the matter here is that we shouldn't be taking these things for granted. It's not like my time is valuable. And what's this guy thinking he is, and all

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those type of things. And I'll give you other examples as well. I remember whenever I was younger, we used to go to his house, me and one friend who was just two of us, okay. And he wasn't even like a friend, he we met each other at the depths as well, we'd go to his house four days a week in Riyadh, tough traffic, tough traffic. Okay, I'm talking about 45 minute drive for something that takes 10 minutes. That's the type of truck traffic, we're talking about early morning. That's the only time he had, so we had to go through the tough traffic in the morning. And it would be every single day. And we would literally out of the four days that he had promised us we just get one day

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a week. That's it. He would not give us you know,

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four days, four days promised every week would go four days a week. And normally it would come out to one or two days because we just be standing outside of his door waiting for the shift to open his door and the shape would just never come out. And then after like half an hour whilst we're standing in the reality, early morning, he outside of his house, he would send us a little text message saying that apologies today there's no bus. Right? And we would go through that I I went through that I think maybe about two entire years. Me and this friend of mine and and there was a lot of benefit in it. But the point here is that there is a level of patience required and there's a level

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of understanding that there is a difference between the one being presented and the one that is being presented to Frodo barley and ambia for either Moosa for either musala

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Salaam bada boom in every job, he was bada boom in every job, a type of individual meaning that he was a unique type of individual he was right in the center in terms of weight in terms of everything. That's what that means, okay buggle mentally john actually literally means type of. He was a type from amongst men. So basically what he's trying to say he was a very, very unique from amongst them and so he was right in the center from every angle and it is hard to find people that are right in the center, because symmetry, right. That's what that's what

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brings about beauty within an individual and any object if something is not symmetrical, it doesn't look beautiful normally. Right? So Musashi said he was a unique figure in that regard. Everything was symmetrical. Everything was perfect, got no misery, jolly Shinhwa. It's as if Musa alayhis. Salam is from the people of Shinhwa tree Genoa, which I know I should know, is a tribe in Yemen. And they are the people who are known to be what they are known to be right in the center in terms of their facial figures in terms of their weight, and so on and so forth. What Teresa Maria, and I saw he saw even money and he's the son of Maria, even if I'm wrong, I think he's set up for either a

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carbomer A to B. He Shanahan Rajaratnam was the closest person that I've seen to visa is even this route, and then he talks about himself sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he says, what a to Ebrahim and I saw Ibrahim, okay, Ibrahim

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is the name of the father of the

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monotheistic religions of today, right. That's why they say Abrahamic faiths.

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And the word Ibrahim is a word from Syriac. And it means a boon or him or him, okay, a boon or having a father that is very, very

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gracious, merciful, okay, a boon or him. So from there you can hear the similarity in blah, blah. He a boon Rahim, the father that is very, very merciful. Okay, so that is where it originally comes from. And they say that there is five different ways to pronounce the name Ibrahim. You can pronounce it, Ibrahim. That's the famous pronunciation. You can pronounce it Abraham. And even in some of the plots in the Koran, the name is pronounced Abraham. So also Abraham would be similar to that. Right? And then you can also pronounce his pronounce it in blah, blah, him and Abraham. So those are five different pronunciations. And there's other pronunciations depending on the dialect,

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and so on and so forth. as well for either uporabo A to B e shabam. So the closer By the way, so that means that it will harm

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or harm the English pronunciation is close to that particular pronunciation of the term Ibrahim. But the more common in the Quran and Muslim culture in general, is Ibrahim for either and that's why the reason why I'm saying that is if somebody wants to write when they're writing, you know, evil Hobbs, Abraham, or even when they're lecturing and using the term Abraham Abraham, for example, it shouldn't be a problem because it's closer also to the other recitation in the honorable hon. Abraham for either a problem or a to be he shall Shabbat hence law, he will come then the closest person that I have seen in terms of Shabbat in terms of similarities is Slahi bukem, your companion,

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your companion, the closest person that I've seen in terms of Chabad in terms of a in terms of similarities is your brother.

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Okay, your companion meaning the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam himself so all the descriptions that we're hearing of the prophets and send them you can now imagine, Ibrahim Ali said, I'm similar to that as well. This is how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam looked while at gvbd. And I also saw GBT LGB, I said, I was not a prophet. Remember the beginning of the Hadith the prophet SAW Selim said earlier barley and MBR, the MBR were presented to me but Djibouti is also one of those figures who would deliver the way number one so he is graded over here within the realms right number two, he would always meet the profits so he's almost like a friend to the profits. So that's

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why he's put together what are a two GB and I saw GB T for either a portable model at V shadow has been the closest person that I have seen in terms of similarities to him in terms of, you know, in terms of looks towards in his lb or Sahabi LGD. The famous Sahabi by the way, was it's a hobby that attended all of the famous you know, wars with the prophets all along, right he was setting them it was also the one that gave him the video.

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Under the the tree and it also has also basically it was considered one of the famous and popular Sahaba and he was also a beautiful one. So that's why you believe Elisa would come. And he would come in the finger of the Gobi to the Prophet sallallahu annual send them an often so

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how does an ask if you don't work here in Java? Well Mohammed Abu Bashar Oh man, why don't both of them give the same sort of understanding? Oh yeah,

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is he didn't know how long he narrates, okay.

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Right, he is either no huddle. he narrates that.

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By the way he is he didn't know how long is a famous narrator of Hadith. And this particular narrator, even though you may not have heard of Jezebel, how old is he didn't know how long had they say, over 70,000 people attending his gathering. So he was one of those really exceptionally popular figures in in his time, okay, you know, every now and then there's another extremely, extremely popular. So this is one of those extremely popular figures of his time. So he's narrating he has he who owns up to 70,000 people attending one gathered, so he's like the hustle and bustle of his time. Or, you know, that's the type of popularity he has. And so, as your ad, sorry, the jury says similar

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to about to find a book to find is the final and last Sahabi to live on the planet. Okay, so for from the human beings. He's the last person to have seen the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, from the other creations of a law there are still many things that have seen and touched even the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a to an obeah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I saw the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Why am I Bucky? I know, jeez, Leah had one lady and he's narrating when he's narrating this. He's now already, you know, approaching the end of his life. He says, I saw the messenger and there is no one upon the face of the earth. That has seen him now except myself. But

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remember, he's talking about from the human beings because at that time, there was a melodica that had seen the prophets and send them there was john that had seen the prophet to send them still. Right. And they still remain some of them upon the earth.

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So he says, well, there's no one left that has seen him except myself, but we'll do. We'll do. I said, Sue Fuli. who's who's speaking now?

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Sorry, the jury's speaking. He says, Why don't you tell him? Okay? Why don't you tell me what you had seen of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And remember, we said there are some words that are just so encompassing. So this hadith is going to bring you a word that is very encompassing of the way the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam looked, Ghana Abele, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was white. So right away, we know he's right. So it's not black as the Nation of Islam would perceive.

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Melly Han and also, he was merely one meaning he was beautiful, he had Maha Maha means beauty. Okay. mocha saw them and he was at the same time Maupassant now my password basically comes from the word password which means which means center or what I like to say upon allies the center of the bar so center means the cost means the center so your center from every angle he was perfect he was right in the middle from all of his angles, not fact not thin not too skinny. Had some meat the profits are similar here not too curly not too straight the profits or send them skin clone not too wide, not too dark the profits are synonyms knows not too long, not too short. The profits in the long run

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he was selling them everything about him not to this way not to that way right in the center. So now this narrator about full faith, he sums all of the profits or synonyms existence, including his character right in the middle he would get mad when there is need to be mad, but the profits in them was generally soft. We're gonna build money honey, mocha saddam. So he was right in the center from every single angle. sal Allahu Allah de nom de la have more, man. You're delighted no money. No, it's Paula habarana. Ibrahim agree with Hassan

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Barona Abdul Aziz even faster sabich zody. Allah had definite Ismail Rahim, Hebrew Aki Moosa, even Raka Raka okay moussaka is again one of the famous famous scholars of of this era of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam remember who said there's different allume related to the CLR amongst them Chemin de amongst them is sorry, amongst the Mashallah in general, amongst them is

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the Mojave. Right. So Musa

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But as a famous scholar of mallozzi, and karate, anybody abass, karate, even abass karate is the person who has been fried by Ambassador best is his, you know, he's the person that had done that for a bass

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parlor can also lie sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that if anything, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had space between these two teeth, no some space space, it was fully attached together, not overlapping, rather, there are space between the two teeth of the profits and sell them, the doctor can lamoni which speak sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he can know the whole human being he said, we would see something like a light that would come between from between his teeth. So this again, is is a narration in which we have a clear reason to believe that there was some sort of illumination to him. But that does didn't mean necessarily like something like a light bulb. And this basically

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comes out and describes everything related to the basic description of the facial figure, and the physical figure overall sort of losses and then with some other aspects of things as well. Now we go to some more detailed things related to also the physical figure. There was a lot of details we've already done, but now he's gonna go into some specifics, which he hasn't discussed yet. So he's gonna bring ahaadeeth related to that, right Babel. Now, Josh, you caught them in number one. So we're now commencing the second chapter of hamdu, lillahi Rabbil, alameen. baboons magia shewhart. And in the chapter related to the heart of the heart worm, and number one, the

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and it could be hard, even harder, but it's actually hotter. The heart of the number two Rasulullah, Salah Salem, and basically what that means is,

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okay, basically what that means is and some scholars, by the way, they said, Hakeem as well, so you can say hot and hot and both of them hotter and hotter. And I said, both of them are two ways of pronouncing this particular word. Now, the Hotham is the seal of the messenger, okay, and this is not referring to the ring that the Prophet has sent him used to wearing his Pinkie or other fingers and will describe which finger It was. It is not that ring. This is a heart of a seal, which was a which was a physical feature on the body of the prophets Islam, which showed him prove the fact that the prophet to send them was really a prophet and the people of the book before the prophet SAW send

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them they had certain traces of this idea within their books as well so that's why Sandman and fantasy when he came to the prophet to send them he asked the prophets and send them to show him the hot tub right there show him the seal of the messenger the clear sign that the profits are cinemas truly a messenger right so this is the description of the Hata Carla had definite Raja in with Eva to eat with Eva even so remember we said that Ava is going to come again and again sometimes he's he's said to be Raja right LLC, so

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had definitely had him even smile had them in smile says Anil giant, even Abdullah man, he says I heard a sigh even saying the habits be high quality so easy to Siberia's, eat.

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Right? Siberia's eat is as young Sahabi. So that's why it's harder is taking him his maternal Auntie is taking him to the profitsystem. So amongst the practices of this habit, we've already noticed this previously, and we're noticing it again, amongst the practices of the Sahaba was that they would take their children to the profits and send them to make their art for their children. And similarly, amongst the practice of the lemma, is that they would take their children to the LMR to make up for their children. I asked Allah subhanaw taala to gather us together with the scholars of Islam. send me to a cell Ebenezer yeppoon salubrious he said the habit to be hardy in

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the Auntie of mine she went to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam copilots then she said Yasuda law old messenger of Allah in Nibbana It was your indeed my Illuminati my nephew basically right my sister son he is what your something happened to him he's gotten hurt. Okay, and they say

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that in another narration it says what he ended up falling so falling. So yeah Hara wound It is like sometimes kids end up having problems right like that. So what are the profits a lot of writers will send them do for Massa hustle Allahu Allah. He was sending them so the prophets I send them wiped a lot. See he wiped my head. Right. You know how sometimes you take like a kid and you start patting their head for the profits on the long run to send them to console the child does sound a bit uneasy. He ended up wiping off

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padding the head of cyber. And he started making the offer sell even easy for Baraka that Allah subhanho wa Taala he ends up giving him Baraka in his life and everything. And then the profits is in the middle, and then saw obsessed fishery to me in a while ago, he will do he would the fatality on top of the world. Welcome to alpha yt. So I ended up drinking from the water that was leftover from the withdrawal of the profits of Selim. Okay.

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And I drank from that water, and then I ended up standing behind. So now when he drank from the water, he started to feel healthy now. So he started running around, and he went around the profits of cillum for Nevada to eat in hot them and then from the back of the profits. And remember, there were garments like this fully sealed poles from every corner Rather, he might have been wearing something like a shawl or something to cover his upper body. So from the corner, the there was some room left over here between the shoulders. Right, that wasn't covered. So he says for Nevada to Isla Elkhart, and then I ended up seeing the seal of the Messenger's between the two shoulders of the

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profits I'm allowed to sell him for either who admits the New Zealand dollar that I found that that particular you know, that particular heart of that particular seal of the messengers was like the Zero Hedge Allah What does it some some said that it's not as it it's actually a risk? And I'll explain to you the differences Xin and Hydra or residual Hydra depending on what you look at what you understand, right? So zippable, Hydra

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zebra Hydra basically means that

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particular Okay, what's the hydrilla First of all, if you have a, like a, like a baby bed, for example, or even, like sometimes, you know, those really, really fancy beds, that, that have a gnat on top of them, covering them from all angles, right? Sometimes, like really royal people have those beds with, like a neck covering it all across all around. And children have that as well to preserve them, for example, for mosquitoes and so on and so forth, like a mosquito net. So that net has buttons to it too, right. So those buttons are the zip rule hajra alhaja, is that entire nanhu car, they call it that you place on top of the on top of the bed in order for you for other things other

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objects to in order for you to protect yourself from objects to penetrate your bed and and basically annoy you in your sleep, right that's called a nominal CR or it's called a hygiene historically and then the buttons on top of it they are the zeros

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right as it all basically means buttons. So there is a header. So that size was how big was the

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you know, the header the heart of the profits of selling the seal of the messenger is back or it is a Rasool Allah, Allah, which would mean that it was like an egg of a bird that is known as a hedgehog, a small little egg, similar to the egg size of the egg of the pigeon, right. So a very, very small egg hydrilla could have those two possible meanings it could either mean that net, the mosquito net or it could mean the It could also mean that particular bird but if you make it the bird that is called that is and if you make it the next then it's called zip or this is a little bit about the Hadeeth Now let's go back a little bit more what that Heidi Barker assignment Simon saying

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that the profits are selling make the offer me okay he made the offer me that loss of Hannah with Allah put some Baraka inside of me what's Baraka, they say Baraka is supposed to hire an ni, it's the establishment of the Divine goodness within something, right. Sometimes we only look at the, the ASVAB sometimes you only look at the actual physical reasons and actual physical, you know, matters that we have before us. Physical means that we have before us, but we forget that those physical means no matter how little or great they are, if the Barca is pleased from Allah subhana wa Taala in something then something very small can become robotic and Allah subhana wa tada he puts this divine

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goodness within a matter such that it becomes you know, more good than what it actually seems and what the means can actually accommodate rather it becomes much more than that. Right? It becomes much much greater than that. So this is divine goodness that Allah subhana wa tada places within people this is divine goodness that Allah subhana wa tada places within objects. This is divine goodness within people and objects and so on and so forth that Allah subhanho wa Taala he places and

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That's why I always advise people to take your knowledge from someone that is a God fearing person Okay, God fearing person because God fearing person is a person that a lot there's chances that allies put more Baraka in the individual. And naturally that Baraka may be passed down more than if you were to take it from someone that is not of such nature. Without even Baraka then he made the offer me with Baraka.

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Okay, so what happened to the life of a Saturday evening after that when a lost profits is in the mid made to offer him with Baraka? What happened after that was that salad he ended up becoming living a very, very long life. But you know, when you live a long life, sometimes it actually comes with difficulties but in this case, it didn't come with difficulties that actually came with ease he lived till 94 and a loss of partner with Allah preserved every limb of his he was perfect because of the draw of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam right. This is the bucket that Allah subhanaw taala had placed in a side.

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All right, and this is how the hot tub looks. Now let's go on to the next idea. Also, understanding the hot tub of the prophets of Salaam, Allah had FNS or even your own authority upon or abala pani with the Fatah on the law lamb or the kasandra. Both of them work about on a you boo boo dragon, if you live in Java said, Okay.

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I'm Sinochem how to be already looked at Sinochem and how to be said he is the though Holly individual, also known as a boon mahira and he was a Tabby, he ended up meeting a lot of Sahaba They say he ended up meeting at different time and he's considered a very, very strong narrator of hobbies and then he started to forget towards the end and that's why even in robotic control about other people, the graded him to be a weak narrator towards the end of his life and jargon or some raw JavaScript or some rock he said, that are at the heart am abena Qatif a Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, I saw the Hotham I saw the the seal between the shoulders of the profits, etc. Now, when

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we're saying between, is it right in the center of the shoulders of the profits and sillim? They said, No, it's actually some narrations have this, that is not right in the center of the shoulders, not right in the center here, right? It's in the back.

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Okay, right, not right in the center of the shoulders. Rather, it is towards the left side. Okay. moreso. Why, because this is where the heart of the individual is. So it's almost as if this is where the Hotham is right above the heart.

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Because they say that the aroma they mentioned that this hartham it came about when the seal of the messenger came about when was it when the prophets Islam was born was it when the Prophet became a prophet? Was it when the

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gibreel Ali Salam came to clean his heart? Remember, Djibouti, it said, um, came, and he, he sliced open the chest of the prophets, and send them and then cleaned his heart, right, from all of the black dots, so that the shaitaan doesn't have any more opportunity to mislead the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So that particular block was taken out of the heart of the profitsystem. And when he was throwing it out and said, How the * shape augment This is the type of this is the amount of

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this is the amount that shape on literally, as we would say, would be able to score from you, but now he can't, because I'm even taking that out of your heart. So now, the shaitaan wouldn't be able to do anything in terms of misleading in terms of, you know, directing the profits and send them in a direction where he doesn't want to go rather, the prophets of Allah where it was sent him said, except Allah subhana wa tada helped me and then my show ended up either giving up or accepting is down. Those are the two ways to understand that Aslam. So, my point is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had this is the specific you know, shavonne that had been delegated to the prophets

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and send them this shaytani gave up towards the end of his life. Why? Because when he tried with the Profit System, because the profits SLM would not listen to any of those squats and whispers of shavon because, again, his heart was cleansed of that already. Some Allahu Allah He was setting them. So when that occurred, they said that is when the Hata Manuel also came. Okay, so that was then right behind the heart of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam more towards the left side closer to the heart. Now where what was it though? It was with the hammer. It was like a red gland. Okay, in certain narrations, you'll find green gland and certain narrations you'll find black gland

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and certain narrations you'll find it was like an apple you know it was different narrations have different

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suggestions. That's why he said that likely they're not the heart of of Nebraska. He would go through different phases. Sometimes

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times will be bigger sometimes it will be smaller. Sometimes it would be a one color other times it will be another color. And this was all to show the the miraculous nature of this hot tub of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, so every person will describe it based on what he had seen. Who didn't hammer Ah, it was like a read Glenn Michener. They lifted him up, it was like the size of the egg of a hammer and we already mentioned this agenda, right? The egg of the bird that is known as hygiene and we said it's similar to the egg of a pigeon as well, about the same size as well and be in the light Allah This is where we can stop and Hadees that are to come we'll read them right we

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will read them in the following lesson and within the later IRA, there are not too many Hadees inshallah, I believe that next week we should be able to finish the chapter related to the hot among the Buddha, the chapter related to the hot tub of the Prophet sallallahu it was send them I asked Allah subhanaw taala to give us a trophy, the practice to convey I asked him lots of data to increase the love of the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in our hearts. And I asked Allah subhana wa tada to understand to help us understand the beautiful characteristics, the physical and the meaningful characteristics of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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and implement whatever we can amongst them into our lives while some Allahu Allah say enough Ramadan, while Allah He will be ajmeri

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