Shama’il At-Tirmidhi – Prophetic Characteristics – 11

Abdul Wahab Saleem

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Sudan salatu salam ala rasulillah hamdu lillahi Hamden. UAF in your ama, who will you carefully consider was Allahu Allah see the Nam hammer they know Allah early he was like a huge marine.

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alum alumna and federal now in front of me my antenna was it dinner it meant yeah kidding. Or be shuffling So did he was Sydney Emily Washington Europa Melissa Nia poco de or visit any Edelman visit in your element or visit Allahumma salli ala Morocco Sarah 123 you're either hasn't either she has read robotic to all of you. I asked her muscle penalty IRA to accept all of your beautiful deeds that you've been doing during these past days, which are in fact the best days of the year. The best days of the year, are the first 10 days of the hedger and these 10 days have the best day of the year within them. And that is the 10th day the day of read. Reading Oh Ha is considered the most

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greatest day of the entire year. And Allah subhanho wa Taala had just recently blessed us to experience yet another he asked him lots of hands on with the other two graduated to fit to worship Allah subhana wa tada in the forthcoming years of your life and ask Allah subhana wa tada just as he has helped us complete this year with the worship of Allah subhanho wa Taala in the event of her ask a lot to help us do that in our final moments of our lives as well. And I asked him not to accept all of our actions.

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As for what is to proceed we have today before us the continuation of our lessons on on Shema relativity.

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Shama Timothy being the book related to the physical traits, and some of the personality traits also oversold a lot. And we're on chapter number 18. Babel my jacket, it is it Rasulullah sallallahu. It was in

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the chapter related to the quality and the the

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description of the is out of the profits of a lover, it was, for those of you that have been to Hutch, you know that people were two things in which they were a almost like a towel on top of their body. And then they were a top towel also on the bottom part of their body as well. Right. So that top towel that's on top of the body, it has a name.

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And the towel that's on the bottom of the body that has any, the tower that's on the bottom of the body that is known as the izhar

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is our Okay, and in other languages, sometimes it's known as the noogie, and so on and so forth. Anyways, in Arabic, it's known as the Tsar. And for certain cultures, you might not even know that type of clothing. That's why I'm giving you the example of hedge so you can understand what's being referred to over here. And then on top of the body, there's something like a cloak, that's a more popular way of dressing, right. The bottom one is similar to the spirit, and so on and so forth. The top is more or less a, a cloak, and that's quite popular, or a shawl or so on and so forth. That towel, it doesn't have to be by the way towel material, any cloth is fine. That is known as a

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reader. Okay, so now this particular chapter is going to discuss the dress of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, specifically, the dress, which was the izhar of the Prophet SLM as in the bottom garment, the lunghi or the bottom garment of the Prophet sallallahu, it was said that this is the result. Okay.

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So now we don't do things that is odd is that bottom towel, which again, doesn't have to be a towel, but just to get closer to what is being referred to here. And it is the top garment again, it doesn't have to be a towel, it can be any cloth, any color, all of that is considered fine. And the profits on the log when you send them

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used to wear this on a regular as it was a common practice, by the way, in that time.

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And we already said that, the best thing to wear is the one that is readily available within society. Okay. Best thing to wear is the one that's readily available within society. And if somebody wants to wear something that is a common dress within their culture, that's also fine, but not in places where that dress will be considered awkward. So if a person is given this example in our previous lesson as well going to a an airport, for example, and the person wants to dress with the film or so on and so forth will say no, save the films for them. Save the films for the conferences saved

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Save the thobes for the aid parties. But when you're going to the airport where something that will be when I said that will be appropriate. Now, if you're living in Saudi Arabia and you're traveling to the Emirates, or you're traveling, living in the Emirates, and you're traveling to the Saudi Arabia, or you're living in Atlanta, you're going to, you're going to a man or so on and so forth. Well, no problem whether you're sold, because that's the general norm. And nobody finds that awkward. Even within airports, nobody really has a problem. Somebody has a third one, right. But if you have something like that, and you're traveling between JFK and, and Toronto, Toronto Pearson,

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there will definitely be some flags that will be raised because of the way you're dressed. And it will be considered socially awkward to dress in that manner. So Muslim is to stay away from social awkwardness, and this is why I do deal with it. So long as that doesn't go against religion, by the way. And that's why I do the Allahu Allah, I don't want us to say, stay away from from

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doing something that will cause you to, to seek an excuse.

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Because not everyone that sees what they perceive to be awkward, you will be able to get to them, and then give them your excuse. Okay, some of the people, you'll be able to give them your excuse, right? After you finally do get pulled over, you'll say, Well, this is just how I dress, this is what I wear, that's all it is, and ABC, but people all around, you might not have that same sort of perception, and you might not have the time to tell them all that as well. Right. So my point is that sometimes it's just best to and actually all the time, it's just best to stay away from social awkwardness. And, and dress the way that people are dressing so long as again, we're not going

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against the shutter a guidelines of of dress code, okay, their dress guidelines or dress code for men has to be between the navel and the knee, at least covering that part. That is just that. That is the obligation. After that, you have to ensure that it's a loose garment, not revealing not descriptive of the body of the individual. Some people were really, really tight shirts, and then they want to show off their muscles and so on and so forth. Right? We'll say no, that's not considered permissible because it gets too

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descriptive of the body. And also, it can cause it can cause clear fitna as well, for the woman who may fall into the fifth layer. So the point of the matter is that the prophet to send them what we're what he had, and we were what we have, but again, if the social the parameters, you know, we have to realize that sometimes our culture is not just one single culture, there's parameter types. There's, you know, there's a parameter for a certain for clothing, right? One culture may accommodate clothing that is, of multiple different types. If that's the case, your social parameter, it allows you to do that, then so be it No problem, right. So you have to be considerate

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of those parameters that have been laid down by society. So long as they don't go against the shunning guidelines, I keep repeating that. So an example of that would be if someone says that the job is not permissible, in our society, ABC, whatever this it may be, we'll say, well, since that is the parameter that they're laying down, we're not going to follow that parameter, because of, you know, because of the fact that a loss of data has placed another parameter and we give precedence to the parameters of a loss of data, then those that are placed down by it, man made laws and people law, female, female, see it and hide it, there is no obedience of a created in the disobedience of

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the Creator. But we still do this with some level of wisdom. And what I mean by that is that if there is a sister that is in a society where they are forcing the headscarf to be banned, okay? Or they are forcing the headscarf to be,

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you know, not permissible or people cannot wear it in ABC.

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Will public private doesn't matter. People just cannot work and things may get to that don't Farfetch it. So

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if that's the case, then we will say that

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it is

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permissible

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for a very small bit of time. If there is a clear harm that will occur to the sister, right, to possibly take that off, but then it is an obligation for the sister to immediately find another location where she can practice her religion right

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But in the time being, if that will bring a very, very great harm, such as physical harm, such as, you know, other types of harm such as, you know, court proceedings and so on and so forth anything of such nature, then we will say that this is, you know, very severe difficulty. And the and this is, by the way, one of the questions that I asked to one of my associates, she called the nurses directly because of the downhill that, that in terms of her job that's been occurring in certain places, I asked if it gets to a point where they totally ban it, can she take it off, he says, Yes, but then she has to travel and move out of there as soon as possible. Because he often does that

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when things become too difficult and loss of power. Without that gives us a more open parameter, a lot gives us a more ease, and so on and so forth. But again, this is not something that everybody should be taking into their own hand. Rather, this is something that, you know, a sister or a brother or a relative, so on and so forth, should be inquiring about in a specific setting, with a scholar, and so on and so forth. And in their situation, they can be guided, but my point over here is that you are generally considered binded by the social norms. But if they go against what the parameters that Allah Subhana Allah has laid down, then we will say we don't accept that. But if

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there's difficulty that's coming with it, we don't accept it. But we may do it and then find another place where we can practice our religion, right. And that's why many of the rites and rituals of Islam that were obligations, they were not practiced by the prophets and send them in Mecca, right. But as soon as he traveled, then those rites and rituals were implemented about a sort of loss on the level and he sent him in Medina, because at that time, there was a lot of social pressures that were not those were, which were not allowing the profits SLM, to practice everything completely. So he was his wisdom. So the longer you send them, he practiced when he could. And then when his hobbit

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went to avicennia, they had more room to practice or when they went to, you know, Medina, they had more room to practice. So this is not necessarily a matter of Muslim or non Muslim country, this is a matter of where the society allows civil liberties and where societies do not allow civil liberty. So I was sitting, there was a place where the leader wasn't on the sun, but it was a just leader, and he would allow people to implement their religious practices without any constraints, and so on and so forth. That Oh, my god, it is it also relies on a lock or it will send them. So in terms of the result of the profits of

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the Hades, go Go's had definite, Romania, and Carla had data Israel, even Ibrahim, right. It's married Ibrahim,

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let me just go and stop at that, at that particular discussion for another moment. As I said, towards the end, it's not a matter of this is a Muslim, and this is a non Muslim society. And hence, over here, we're going to act this way. And over there, we're going to act that way, these sort of problems can actually occur within a Muslim society as well. Because the leader might have or the president or the king or so on and so forth, might have agendas. And because of that, they end up you know, causing some sort of difficulty for

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the Muslim that is practicing his religion, or the Muslim would just try Muslim out with just try, who's trying to wear the hijab, and so on and so forth. And I know personally, not so personally, someone contacted me through Facebook,

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many years ago.

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And they were in a country and I'm not going to name the country just because now the country is a lot better. But they were in a country that was a Muslim country, right. And that specific country did not allow women to wear a job in their passport pictures, or if they are trying to, to cross check points in the city, and so on and so forth. So they had to take their hijab off, and they had to look at the passport, and so on and so forth without the job, and this, that the other. So this individual, he contacted me saying that I was told that I have to leave this land. And he was at that moment before that. He was born and raised in a non Muslim country, a country that allows civil

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liberties for all, you know, practical purposes. So this individual was told that I need to move out to a Muslim country now. And I need to go there because I'm going to be able to practice my religion. So he was in this in this dilemma. He said that when I was raised up in where I was raised up, we used to be able to wear a hijab or my wife used to be able to wear hijab, and we used to be able to implement all of the things that we believe to be sacred and rites and rituals of our religion. And here I am in a Muslim culture.

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I'm not my wife is not able to work a job when she's going through a checkpoint, and when she's going through a, or when she's trying to get her passport or so on and so forth. So what do you say about this and I said that, that there's a tradition in which the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said that I'll be allowed to be La Jolla, when he buys a lock for Hazel mounts up the hill, and that the lands are the lands of a lot and the slaves are the slaves of a lot. So, wherever you find goodness and stay there and so, wherever the society is allowing people with justice, the civil liberties that a loss of Hannah without as given And granted, right, then that is the society

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where a person should be residing in and that is a society where a person should be trying to practice their religion because there may be a Muslim society which is stripping people of their rights. And this is the case in many Muslim societies today. And there may be another that is a non Muslim society, which is giving people their rights that they've been stripped of. And also there may be a non Muslim society which is stripping people of their rights in the Muslim society, which is granting rights. This is just a matter of having a just ruler and the lack thereof I ask Allah subhana wa tada to grant the rulers, the ability to rule with justice, and I asked him a subpoena

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without to grant him the recognition that there will be a day when which they will stand before a loss of data, the Muslim from amongst them and the non Muslim from amongst them and they will be questionable for how they dealt with those people that they were leading. Allah had pneumonia by

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him or her doesn't know you and her aid, even Helen, Buddha and the Buddha

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and the Buddha

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in another narration, it shut says that I'd be Buddha and Abbey Musashi, okay, this is how I remember I will Buddha is the grandfather of I would hasten to add, the famous scholar to whom the Sharia attribute. And of course, the Buddha's father is abusive, shoddy. So I will use an extra idea about Buddha and so on and so forth all the way down. So they're all from Yemen, on a project, Elena issue kisa and Mula Bandha. Arusha ended up bringing before us a kiss. Ah, what's a kiss? Ah, it's a guard. It's like a cloth. We live by them, meaning what that it had.

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It had little rips in it. But then

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they had done Toby's of those rips as well, meaning that essentially it had rips. And then someone had come came and sold those ribs as well, right or they had brought another small little patch or a little cloth and patched those rips within the cloth, right? It's a long talk that the prophets has and then would wear.

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So I brought this kisa and Mula Bandha, which is like a de de moda basically a cloak, or a cloth a shawl with which the prophet to send him would cover his upper the upper part of his body and whatnot, but as we said, means what it had holes and rips and so on tears, and someone that fix up those tears with other pieces of small cloth, okay, so this means that it was a really used up garment that the profits and selling was wearing, what is out on videolan and also and resolve a,

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a, you know, kind of like the towel we described in the bottom right, that type of towel these are and from this point onwards, I'm just going to use the word is out. So remember what it means it means that bottom towel, the loogie, so on and so forth, that you were around the bottom kind of like a skirt as well, like so but it's cut from the middle so you have to wrap it around yourself and tie it or there's different ways of wearing anyways, inshallah, you will learn that when you're going for Hajj, like what is out on medela and also he brought in his arm, that was thick, fall, it will be Rasulullah sallallahu, it will send them out see how they that the soul of the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was taken whilst he was wearing these two, okay. And this is to show a couple of things. This is to show that our Isha had preserved the relics of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And this is to show that

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that

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was actually not wearing the best and the most beautiful of clothing, especially towards the end of his life.

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And actually, throughout his life, the profits or loss in the mode where whatever was Mateus in whatever the profits is in him was easily able to get his hands on the Prophet sallallahu I didn't even sell them where it asked Allah subhana wa tada to give us it to fit the practice that can

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This is the manner of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that he would wear whatever would be what they have said whatever it would be easily and readily available, I asked him to give us the TOEFL. And notice that what was easily available to the prophets and send them wasn't actually that extravagant, it was actually not extravagant, that all the profits or loss of them would be wearing something that wasn't very extravagant. And hence, we should also follow the lead over sort of loss of limb in terms of not being extremely extravagant in the clothes that we wear. And just because the cloth has a little bit of a tear doesn't mean it needs to be thrown, throw it out, it can be

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stitched. And if it gets ripped from somewhere else, it can be stitched again. And if it gets worked for somewhere else, it can be stitched again, and so on and so forth.

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And the fact that the profitsystem was wearing something that was so used up is also a sign that the prophets I send them wants to teach us to take care of our things, because you see, for a long time he wore it and hence it became worked, meaning that he was using it and didn't didn't just chuck it out at the first year.

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So very subtly, that's a that's a message to us that we should be taking care of our things so we can use them for a prolonged period of time. On a high desert mood nobody can call Buddha Buddha and his signature lamian product similar to MIT to Hades Anamika Hall being a mountain sheep in Medina

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as I'm walking through Medina either inside infantry suddenly I saw a man behind me your food, a little fat, his aura raise your garment is all remember we said we're not going to transit is out again. You should already know by now. Okay, a little fire is off this person is all was

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a little bit too low. So the profit to set him set him out of exotic razor is up saying no, it's off one final article about that raise your his arm, because when you raise it up, then what will happen it will be more fearful of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Because what's prescribed for people that are varying in his arm is what it's the half point of the calf. Because the messenger so lots of them said mo there is already Neil SOP that the point in which you're supposed to be wearing your is our is half of the sock, the halfway mark of the of the sock of the calf. Right so you know what color of God because this will be more fearful because the messengers are sending said that, that the

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place where the believer wears his arm is the halfway point of the cuff well, and also make your cloth remain for longer. Right? If you're wearing your his arm, and it's really low, and it's dragging on the floor, then slowly but surely, there'll be tears and rips, and so on and so forth. So it won't live for a very long time, or it won't, you know, remain for a very long time. And remember, we said that the prophets, his enemies trying to send us a message to protect and preserve our belongings. So we're able to use them for a very long time. Hence, we don't have to go by again and again and a third time. And you know, the consumer culture has taught us to be very, very

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consuming people one thing and the second and then the third, and then we keep buying new things, right. But that's not how we're supposed to be rather, we buy we use and we protect and then we reuse and so on and so forth. So either who also lives on the licen them. Then when I turn back I found that this man that was speaking to me was the messenger. Some of the longer I do send them for call to jasola. I said to the messenger of a loss on the lover, I'd even send them

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in the mail here. Moodle determine how this dress that I'm wearing. It's just a Buddha is just a cloth. That is a min ha Okay, what does that mean?

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It means it's just a black and white cloth isn't it's not too fancy.

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So why do I have to take so such you know, care of this cloth? It's just not a very fancy one. I'm not trying to be multicolored. I'm not wearing something fancy. So does it really matter for me to keep it protected? preserve the stock the other and since it's not something that is very fancy, there's no keba involved arrogance involved anyways, so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam replied back to him and he said, he said what a man like a few Yes, sir. Do you not see an example within me? Look at me. Am I wearing something fancy? I'm not. And even then I am trying to keep my his arm above my ankles and even then I'm trying to keep my Azzam to my the halfway point of my

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calf's and the man said find a little tool for either his or her illness after he then suffer he then I looked and I found that the is all about

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messenger sallallahu I do send them once to the halfway point of the calf's, okay. So we know that now, the point of the,

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of the cloth the garment that though these are should be where

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it should be the halfway point of the calf's. Okay. And I'm gonna mention a little point over here, some people will say, look, the Hadees says Mel noon is our that the point of the izhar is what?

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It's what? It's halfway point of the caps, or it can be between the cast and the ankles, but beyond the ankles, is where the problem lies, but this is referring to the izhar. And not generally, but we will say look at this Hadeeth more carefully.

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It says, In fact, it's auto crazier is our Oh, man. Oh, yeah, man. So you know what follow up. Because this is more fearful of a lot and at the same time, it's more about you will be more preserving of your garment. If we read right after the man replied back to the profits and send them and said what, in them, I hear Buddha to manha. Indeed, this is nothing more than a Buddha, a cloak, which happens to be black and white, as a not very fancy.

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So he called it a Buddha, meaning that the prophet SAW Selim wants to generalize the hokum of the Tsar, and it's not particular to the izaak meaning anything that a person wears, then that is supposed to be below that is supposed to be at the halfway point of the calf, or between the halfway point and to the angles and ankles and, and not less, not lower than that. And this is a ruling that is so important that when we found in body armor, blah, blah, the Allahu taala was stabbed by a blue and my juicy, right, a blue, juicy. He was in his deathbed, and people came, and they were trying to praise him and a young man came to Bobby said I'm [???]ty. I mean, have the grad tiding Oh,

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oh, leader of the believers. Bible, shout, Allahu Allah, with the glad tidings that Allah subhana wa, tada has given you. Why is this doc heading there for you? Number one, Min slabit to su de la, because of the fact that you were you were with the profits on the long running center? About Rasulullah sallallahu. It was similar. Number one,

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the first part of the graduating Why? Because you used to be a saw him as sort of like, a hobby. That's number one. Number two, what? Number two, is that? You were in Islam? What are them in Islam? And because of how long you were in Islam, right, and how many beautiful things you've done within Islam. All right. And then you became the one he then you became the immutable meaning and even when you became the immutable meaning and you were very, very Justin kind, similarly de adult, then you became a wonder you then you became an immutable meaning. Then you became a leader, King, Governor, a callala for the believers, and you were very just all of these glad tidings. Some Shahada turn and

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then you ended up gaining also what Shahada you also ended up gaining that

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martyrdom in the path of Allah subhana wa tada and are motivated to use to make dua to Allah subhana wa tada he would say, oh, a lot gives me Shahada and give me death within the city of your of your messenger so people will be shocked at how is that possible? So it says if Allah subhana wa tada wishes he makes his waste so he died in Medina and he died at the same time a martyr as well because he was stopped by it by a person who pretended to be a Muslim and then he was rather an enemy fight so

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this is

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all the glad tidings now are multiple hot dog replies back to this man he said, What do you do? And the alley cacophony Alia with Ali and another narration with it to an a total German adunni fff and lolly Allah Allah, I wish that I simply get out of the dunya cassava whilst my skill evens out in wait La la la la la, that I have no nothing for me and nothing against me. This is what I'm watching for because I know that I've committed sins and I know what I've done. I've done I've done this Bob speaking. He's just hoping that he's able to break even in terms of his good deeds and his bad deeds. So when this young man left now, but imagine either is out who

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he saw that the person is on, the person's garment was touching the floor. Okay, so automobile sotheby look back

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He's bleeding right now he's on his deathbed. He said, What do you wanna tell that man to come back to me? Right? So you replied to him, he came back to him. And then a little hotdog spoke in a very soft manner and said, My, the son of my brother a little faster a little bit, raise your garment.

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So if this wasn't that important, then why do you think Todd would would find it so important that on the last few moments of his life, the last they'll see how that is giving or the one of the last nasaga that he's giving is what a little fat phobic, raise your garment for in the whole party, Phil Biko. It's called For verily this raising your garment and not dragging it on the floor. It's more fearful of a loss of kinda went to Iowa and it's also more helps you preserve your environment for a longer time as well. But it needs you need to note over here that this particular

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this particular ruling is specific for the men and not for the woman. And that's why we have a hadith in which the messenger sauce of them said men job la Silva Jolla, la Lem younger de la Whoa, la Yeoman, Kira whoever

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drags his garment out of arrogance. Allah subhana wa tada will not look at him on the Day of Judgment. So there's a hobby x they came to the messenger specifically musella came to the messenger or the alarm died on her. She came to the messengers she said, okay, Phil Snell and Lisa jasola. How are the women to do that on messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to the profitsystem said yukina Shiva, the woman should allow the garments to actually drag, they should allow the garments to drag and not raise up the garments, they should allow the garments to drag.

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She put on a hand, a hand span of length, they should allow the government to drag a hand span of life.

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So the messenger said a lot while he was sitting when she said that.

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Omen momineen on selama are the amount and she looked at the profits as interest said, either either 10 K, she's walked down the hallway auto sort of law, if they're just dragging the garments and hand spun, their feet will show and this shows you that the Manhattan meeting and also hobby out they were very keen on covering their feet because feet as part of the law. So when the profitsystem said just drag a hand span of width of your garment instead of the way the men have to do it. Keep it at the you know the the nice facade the half way mark of your caps, the prophets have said and told women to drag a hand spin on them, I said that if we do just a hand span or profit of a law that our

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feet will begin to show because when you walk, the feet will come out of the garment. So the profits of LaGuardia was sending me a reply back to her. And he said for you, Tina, who is the law, and

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then what they should do is they should drag an arm's length, an arm's length, they should drag an arm's length of their garment to ensure that their feet are naturally. Okay, why is it the nanny, and they shouldn't drag any more than this. Either rather just the arm's length, that's how much it's permitted. So for women, they should drag with drag between a drag their garments, unlike the men between a hand span and also a an arm like that's how much that they should be dragging. So, the ruling between men and women is different in this particular regard, I asked Allah subhanaw taala to give us that of you.

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Having said this, we find that some earlier they say that this particular ruling for men that they should keep it at the halfway point of the calf, and they should they should keep you know, they should keep it at the halfway point of the calf all the way to the ankles. This is a ruling that is that is what that is.

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Sooner now, muster hub, and it's not an obligation. So if a person keeps it below the ankles, then they're not actually considered committing something that is impermissible. Okay.

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And they said the only time it becomes impermissible is if a person does it out of arrogance.

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Okay, now some people what they do is they'll go and get their thobes made, and they'll get them sliced and cut at their feet. So the third will be made such that it drugs

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or they're wearing their pants, and they're allowing the pants to drag.

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Okay, they're allowing the pants to be dragged. So when you ask why don't you raise your pants a little bit? Or if they're wearing his arm? They're allowing the is all to drag as well. Right? Why don't you raise your is out a little bit. Oh, brother. It's just a little old brother. It's just you know, it's not hot on old brother. The majority of the scholars they say it's not hot. All right.

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I say that if you happen to have a garment

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that is below your ankles, and you're trying to, for example, get something that is above your ankles, then that shows that you're not doing it out of arrogance.

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But if you purposely get garments that are below your ankles, and you purposely wear them below your ankles, knowing full well that the point of your garment is actually above your ankles. And despite all those, you still go ahead and get the garment below your ankles and you wear it below your ankles and so on and so forth. And this is the, the the this is a clear sign of the arrogance, especially when someone comes in remind you the profits or send them said menjaga, elbow, hula, hula, hula, Yama, Yama, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that the three people are lost, like and even home alone without literally what am I gonna name the three people last panel data

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will neither look at them, nor will the speak to them and so on and so forth, then they'll have a punishment amongst them as the one who keeps his garment below his ankles when you're told of all these things, and then you purposely choose not to raise the garment then that is considered keba itself. As for the incident of bubble bucket or the alarm to Allah.

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He said to the prophets and cinnamyl prophet of Allah, I take my garment and I keep it above my ankles. And I do the I hold of it, I regularly check for it to be above the ankles. But then it slips because I'm a sick skinny person. So their profits or send them said lays in less than a month. If

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you're not amongst the people that do it out of arrogance, I will bucket is constantly trying to keep it above the ankles, and it goes and falls down. So the fact that he's trying to shows us that he's not being with the cabinet, but someone that chooses, and then when they're told they actually try to make a mockery out of the person that's telling them or they make a mockery out of a person that is that is trying to follow the Sunnah on this matter. And this right here is I give up this right here is a clear sign this is clear kibber in and of itself arrogance against the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And hence I say that if a person has, you know, for a reason or

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another, a garment that is below their ankles, then and they can't get it cut, or they haven't gotten around it, and so on and so forth, then this is not considered given. But if a person has the opportunity to raise it, so for example, they can wear the pants a little bit higher, and it'll be above the ankles. Or if the ring is off, you can think about that is odd, for example. And they, they, and they deliberately choose not to do that, then that would be covered. And if they, if they, if it's not deliberately that they're choosing, they're trying to find a solution, but they don't have a solution right now, or they will in a few weeks, and so on and so forth. And that is not

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considered given and that wouldn't be considered impermissible. Rather, that would be considered something that a person should fix as soon as possible. Okay. And it's not a matter of culture over here. This is not a matter of culture that this ruling changes from thought even though many of them I wish I had said this, though, I would say I would admit that over the course of history. This is not a common view. But many modern dudes do say and some of my own Russia told me this matter of culture this that the other but if you look at the ahaadeeth related to this, and we'll look at more as well. It doesn't say it's not a matter of culture the messenger saw send them said is that a

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meanie the way the believer where it says is off. So it's the profits that cinema is bringing belief in the middle. It's not a matter of culture. So this is a religious practice, we are religiously encouraged to raise our garments for above the ankles. And as I said, we'll be looking at some of the ahaadeeth a bit more as well. That

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amongst them is some of the heads we've already shared. inshallah, we'll be looking at more as well. Just as a way to build muscle

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and muscle or beta e acid and sell them

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or be part of Canada and a funny, little fluffy, soft, a Wakanda. Hakka that kind of is a little sloppy with murder Asana used to wear his garment to the half point of this up to the halfway mark of the cuffs. And he said just just like this was the manner of wearing the garment by the prophets awesome. isora is raw is raw. It's from the word is off, but it is isn't.

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From is off. What's that a Latin Lima rotten cadenza what's your allegedly Hey, I didn't catch Elsa. As Ebro Malik says in an alpha he says that was that he was a little girl, certainly. Osama to the Salah. Like jelsa

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is for a mama. What's up electron kegel? Certainly marva was here electron can certainly hear that the word Salah

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anything that comes on there wasn't the pattern of fat Allah it is to show us the occurrence of something once by two fathers and I sat down one sitting jealous to Jonathan I sat sat down one sitting walk up to Oxford and I stood up one standing there have to the habit and I went one time, okay

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and so on and so forth.

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However if you want to describe be descriptive of the manner in which this occurred you say jealous to Jill satin park to hear that and her and over here it does is a lotta cat our cat our killer, so I wore my barman in this or that or the other magnet Okay, so the Israel of the Prophet the manner of the Prophet and wearing his arm was what it was that he would do it at the halfway point of the calf's as well. Okay. had definitely put a bow to do so as part of her death hon.

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Had the center put a call center

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upon Muslim every night he didn't

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have nearly as many Paula has Rasulullah sallallahu it was said lower the elbow that he saw it I was up there for them under his early for innovators forever innovator Elisa refill can be like

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so are they fit to grow the amount are they for says that the prophet SAW Selim took his hand his blessing Hansel along he said them and he grabbed my calf. Right, it says bialetti Safi, he grabbed the muscle of my calf as in the back part that the flesh of my calf, okay. And he said that this right here is the point in which you should be wearing your is off. This is the point in which you should be wearing your garment that he Diabate. And if you choose not to do it at this point, right? Then you can were a little bit lower than this no problem.

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fell. And if you do, if you deny that as well, if you don't end up doing that debate, if you choose not to do that, as well as lower than the calf fat body is already filled cabbing then the izhar doesn't have any right to be by the cabin. The his arm has no right the garment has no right for it to be on top of your ankles, rather the below the ankles is considered us right now what it says over here kind of shows us that

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the point in which a person has to keep his Garmin is above the ankles, right?

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And others they said no, this is what it seems like from the Saudis but in reality that how long only occurs if it's below the ankles, not if it's just covering the ankles, but you will say that Be careful keep it above the ankles. So you don't end up falling into this and because this is quite, you know apparently shows us that the ruling is related to covering the ankles as well. So if a person covers the ankles, and that will be considered sinful as well. According to this particular Hadeeth I asked Allah subhana wa tada to give us a tip to practice that can be and what's interesting is we've had a lot some people make fun of this practice of keeping your filled at the

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ankles, or sorry, keeping your sold at the middle point of your SOP of your calf's, whilst they simultaneously may be wearing long, for example, long shorts, right. And that's quite similar to the type of garment though the profits and loss of them was recommending. And they'll say this is socially not acceptable or this is socially. You know, not the best practice in this doc the other. Anyways, I'll tell you something, that even if there are some lemma that say it's not how long even if there are some of them, I'd say it's not how long

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the early modeling see that it is micro, it is something that is disliked. Okay, this is a religious

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ruling that says that it is disliked, according to the majority of the scholars and according to some scholars, it is considered impermissible and impermissibility should be the ruling based on the apparent understanding of the idea that we have before us and there are numerous a lot of them are talking about how fire and fire and that is not a realm and situation that you really want to be in. Believe you mean, even if there are other ama that said it's true. At the end of the day, if you see the word fire, stay away from it.

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If you see the word fire, then then go ahead and stay away from it. And definitely if someone ends up practicing this with what they appear to understand from the tsunami of loss of a loved one even send them and you make fun of them.

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Then in essence, you're making fun of something that would be from the tsunami of the profits on a level it would send them or something that is the parent understanding of the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam so I wouldn't be going in that direction I asked Allah subhana wa tada to give us the practice to convey and ask them lots of parallel data to help us. Help us submit to what the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has brought to us. Baba Jaffe, Misha t Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam chapter related to the way the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to walk.

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Misha again remember we said without Latin Cajun certainly Marwa or Cajun certainly hear that fella with a fat cow on top of the fat and kalama that happens to be to show us that something occurred once a guy jealous murrah so on and so forth. And fear Allah would guess it on on the bottom, it shows us about how this occurred. So Misha Ginza is the law and so on and so forth. Right. So over here, this is describing the Misha the manner in which the profitsystem used to walk

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had to set up a table to eat or a definite ruler here.

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shot

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it a long time. Paul and I went out on a to shoot and I said I realized something along while he was sending them an ad fee YG

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and I saw a few machete emails to the likes.

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of the total

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in one hour in

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some of our bodies without a to shake hands.

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I never saw who's just overall the long term who's about Uranus, Uranus is the Nola of a Bora radi Allahu taala. We have more than one apple units. This Apple units is the middle of a war era, the amount and that's why he's narrating from what I read. And also

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he may narrate also from HR with the amount add on as well. Like one out of eight to Shannon, I sent him a rasulillah I never saw

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anything more beautiful than the messenger sallallahu. I do send him notice he says I never saw anything and he didn't say I never saw anyone. Because even if you can compare him to other things other than human beings, according to law, he's saying that I saw nothing more beautiful than the messenger.

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So illuminated that Ganesh shumsa tragedy fee YG. It's as if the sun is actually

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it's actually flowing within the face of the messenger sauce. And then because of the illumination from the face of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Amato a to a hidden sci fi machete humanoids who did not. And I saw nobody who is more faster in his walk than the messenger sallallahu I do send them get in them and Toto it's as if the earth is being folded for the messenger sallallaahu. It was sending what not energy to info center. Well, you know, that little terrace that we are, we would try our best to try to keep up with a messenger salsa that would walk faster and faster and faster and faster. And as we're trying to walk faster and faster to keep up with the

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messengers on the law while he was sending them the profits on the longer it will send them would not have to care in the least about it. Why? Because the profits are low it was send them was just that strong. That's how strong the profits are send them was that when he would walk, he wouldn't have to worry about you know, he wouldn't have to worry about the speed, he would be really fast because he's got strength. You see, if you have strength and you can constantly walk at a fast pace. If you're not strong, then you'll start to breathe hard. So he said the other Sahaba were also strong men, not like us,

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eating food and lazy so on and so forth. Right? These are Sahaba hard working people. So even the hard working so how about we're in good health. They're trying to keep up with the messenger they can't because the prophets I send them again was one of the strongest men alive he's walking in a manner which he which is his day to day walk that's his normal walk his normal pace. And then we'll have our saying we are exhausting and exerting ourselves to keep up with them and we can do it right and the profits and send them is just walking in his own peaceful normal way. So for each person, the speed is different for some people in fact, speed is easy other people with fast speed is not

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the profit systems normal speed is extremely fast.

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Well, follow us on Omar Abdullah, Mo da, okay.

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Por la Bharani Ibrahim Abu Mohammed, who's the grandson of Ali mineralogy or what is the Liberal Party of Canada It

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is also offered in Libya sallallahu alayhi wa sallam upon Ghana Dima shaka laka Anima in Helmand Sodom, that when the profits in the long run even send them with water

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He would do tackler what is the peddler mean? Or that means to strip something off or to rip something out of something. So when the prophets I'll send them will be walking, he would not drag his feet.

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But some people drag their feet, and so on and so forth. And when you tell them to, to not drag your feet, they may tell you what's the deli for this? Well, we'll give you the name of the profitsystem used to not drag his feet out upon, he would literally rip his feet out of the ground. And then he would have a full steps on the law to send them, right. So Tapella means to rip, if your foot was to be routed within the ground, you rip it out of there isn't wood. Of course, with peace and tranquility, we're not saying walking in a noxious fashion. But the point is that don't drag your feet, the profits and sell them will take his feet high up in the air. And then he would take a

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step, get an MA and help them and saw that his walk was how it's as if he is coming down a steep hill. And the reason or like a mountain saw above means a very high place and steep place you're coming down of it. Right? So what's what does that mean? two things. Number one, the speed. When you're coming down a mountain, you're faster, you're walking up the mountain, you're slower. Number two, as you come down the mountain, what happens? You brace yourself, right? And you will like this, when you're bracing yourself.

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Your your movement sort of become

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your body becomes stiff as you're moving.

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It's not the same type of movement when you're just walking. Right? And why is this important? The reason why this is important, my dear brothers and sisters is because of what I'll tell you.

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The reason why this is important is because the prophet to send them was a very muscular man, right? He had a well built body. So if a person has a well built body, then as they're walking, their whole body moves with them. Right. So the the narrator describes a messenger to be coming down a mountain. Why because when you're coming down a mountain, you end up bracing yourself whether you have a stiff and a tough body or not.

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So if he's just walking on a flat plane, he would be walking as if he's a muscular man. That's the point. potterhead

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so two points, speed, and the muscular nature of the body of Rasulullah sallallahu heuston Holla

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Holla, Destiny, Avi, Avi, Mr. Rue de semana de Muslim, most enough the original Vedic Lutheran, and it may be a part even podcast interview. So the longer it will send them, the guests to get one, get an MRI and help them in some of the profits or send him when he would walk, he would do tech fo which means he would walk really fast, can ama and help them in sub. And if you were to look at his body, it would go back to that same idea. It's as if he's coming down the mountain, which also means two things, speed and the muscular nature of the body of the Prophet sallallahu. Anyone said

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that, oh my god, unreal, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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The chapter related to the kina. What's up, Tina, we already spoke about the that hacked the profits estimate where we already spoke about the Imam or that the Prophet would wrap around the hat or at times directly on top of the head, right to the target of the messenger sauce. And now he's talking about Athena, what's up, they now see the profit to send them would always have date on, you'd always have oil on his hair always or often. Okay.

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So if he has oil on his ear, some, the longer it will set him dead, what happens is that the oil drips down to the clothes, so the clothes become oily.

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Or if you put a hat on top of the head, then the oil will affect the hat. Or if you put something on top of that, then the oil will affect the effect as well. So in order for that particular, you know, oil to to not affect the MMR not affect the hacked, put in so why not affect the Garmin or Russell to lock the profits in and we'll take a cloth, kind of like a shim out of the Arabian Peninsula, right of Saudi Arabia and

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even Jordan and other places, you would take the shame out, not shame out it's called a it's called a beta, but it kind of looks like that and he would put it on top of the head so it would cover the head. Okay, so it would be a covering around the head kind of similar to the shoe mount, similar concept. And so on its head, it's pretty much the same thing as the shoe mount. And that means for me deduce from this that it is actually as similar to where it came out because it was similar to the pinout of the profits as it was just a little bit different in terms of its make and so on and so forth. Like everything else.

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Today the eyes are different the hats are different the folds are different everything is different because of course the development in terms of production and in terms of so on and so forth right so it will be very similar to the idea of the Shema the printer and then on top of that however the profits is in the mode where the hacked and then on top of that do not worry at times directly the mama on top of the knot why because the thinner would protect the profits a little longer it will send them a mama and a heart the garments to have oiliness come to it you get it so that's why their profits will send them with weird this spinner have definitely not useful at all It doesn't look

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even

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more severe and uneasy to be radical Allah cannot assume less us mutual cleaner profits and cinnamon we're looking at Allah kindness elbow was a yet it says if the slope of their profits or loss and them is like the soul of a person that that deals with oil, okay, what which soap specifically the cleaner not the rest of the film because the rabbit was wearing that they not to protect the other clothes from getting affected by the oil.

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Babu madrasi genset yasunaga. So that particular chapter only had one had these in their bedroom or jofy, gypsophila Sula sauce and them had definitely made in Jin city. What's up, we go back to that same word. Misha is a Jinja, which is all said

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and it's in which describes the manner the higher the manner of sitting, okay, the manner of wearing these are the manner of walking. So over here, it's just that fear that isn't higher. Okay. It's describing the manner in which the profits and send them what's it.

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Finally, what does that do for me?

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Allah

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booster,

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Allah had

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to live he has said that he and Pilate Binti mahama, and pseudo lions are selected

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by Allah, the Sahaba she saw the messenger some a lot, why do you send him in the message? Well, who thought I didn't put a full stop, and just shows us that there was no barriers in the masculine rasulillah. So send them between the men and a woman. If a If a messenger chooses to have a barrier, no problem. But if a messenger chooses to not allow women to go into the mystery, then they are sinful. Well, what if I didn't fulfill song, and he was sitting in a

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pattern or in a position, which is known as alpha, what's the alpha

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political saw, is described in two matters, number one,

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number one, the first type of sitting, which could be called an officer is what it's when you take the your butt box, okay, by talks that behind, and you sit on it, okay. And then what do you do,

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then you take your legs, and you make your legs stand, right, you're sitting, and then you make your leg stand, and then you will use your hands to wrap your legs behind. So your, your thighs are going to be touching your stomach and you've got your knees, you're holding them kind of like this. So between my head and my chest would be my knees. This is a setting that a lot of people do sometimes Why? Because they don't have something to recline again. So they grab their legs, their legs will be in the middle over here, I can't really do that here that way I'm sitting. But I think you understand what I'm saying. You sit on your buttocks, and then you grab, and then you stand your

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your, you put your feet, you know in a standing position, and then you just grab your knees with your hands. And then you sort of lock, you know, interlock this, the fingers to sit like this, right. So that's something called that's called the back one, or it's called portable size. Well, these are two different names for the same type of city and the other one, it's another type of setting as well. And that's something that people do as well, that's something when you don't want to sit in a deposition right in the shadows position, the first person whether or not the second one, you sit in that position, but then what you do is you recline over towards your knees, and then

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you put your hands like this, and you recline your elbows on top of your knees. So you're kind of wrapped up together, your body's kind of wrapped up together. So but you're sitting in that position, right? Or sorry, you're sitting in that

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tashahhud position this the first the shadow position where you fold your legs and you sit on top of them. And then you just grab your hands and fold them as well put them both in your armpits and then you use these elbows to recline on top of your thighs. Right? That's another position. Both of those are vertical slot. Okay, this shows us that the prophets of Salaam didn't have a problem with the sitting even though there are some teeth that discouraged us to do it a jhamora time, right, I'm talking about the first position that I described.

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Have you been discouraged to do it Other times, but generally you can sit in both of those monitors. It's not a problem at that. I described this. So she said,

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for the Model A to Rasulullah sallallahu. It was an Elmo, Tasha Philippines.

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So when I saw the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, whilst he was in the state of for short, while he was sitting like this little two minute follow up, I ended up becoming shaken internally, from the fear. Why? Because we said the prophets SLM had this quality that was granted to him, he naturally had this quality, where people when they would see him from a distance, they would have fear of him, because he had so much fear of a law that Allah had placed a special type of fear. That would, that dignity almost, that didn't allow people to treat the profits and send them in the same manner as they would just do everybody else in society. This was a type of quality, which is known

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as a haber. And some people they say, we have to maintain or if you can't maintain it by anybody is something you're given. And then after that, you maintain your religious ethics. You don't maintain your hate, but you don't do fake things, in order for you to maintain something that that can't be maintained. It's something that's given to you naturally. Okay? Something that you just naturally have. After that, the only way to maintain it is to follow the religious guidance of the messenger sallallahu, it was said that he had given not to become with that kind of if some people try to become arrogant, right, especially within the students of knowledge, costs, and scholarly costs. And

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I'm saying this because it's one of those illnesses and sicknesses that plagues students of knowledge. And that is that, that to become condescending, and to become arrogant and treat people with condescending manners and behaviors and arrogance, all of that in the name of payback, which is not something you can make for yourself. It's something you're given the messenger was given this particular quality and and the one that people would meet, meet the profits instead of wouldn't be maintaining this quality would be would break and shatter the ice that would be there. You'd break the eyes with them. That's why the the narrator says that model I hope he hasn't had the whoever

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sees the messenger, so send them you know, suddenly, he would find that the prophets who send them would overcome him with his haber.

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But then, when the person would actually meet and greet their messenger, what would happen? Woman call up a homeowner and if I didn't have whoever actually met the prophet and greeted him and spoke to him and so on and so forth, he would begin to fall in love with the messenger sallallahu Hmm. So you can't maintain a halo. Okay? The only way to maintain if you want to maintain

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is to follow the guidance of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in his easygoing manner in dealing with people and not to act condescending in the name of haber karda death. And so he did

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a little work on a definiteness of yarn and is already badgered into meaning and only an hour and to be a solid longer it will send them and we'll still be in a field message in the wild. That engineer here that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saw, the messengers are no longer it will send them will step up. And whilst the prophets of cinema was lying on his back, okay still has to lie on your back if the job is to lie on your side, so the prophet to send them was lying on his back

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in the masjid, and he had one leg on top of another. So he had placed one leg on top of another just the way people normally go to sleep, and so on and so forth. profitsystem wasn't actually sleeping, but he was lying down to the mystery. So one may say, Well, isn't this chapter about how the messenger would sit? And now you're teaching us are the epitome these bringing a hadith about how you would lie down? Right? Why is that the case?

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Why is that the case?

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This is to show that you can sit in the masjid. And you can also lie down in the lesson.

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Because the previous Hadeeth was talking about how their profits and send them was sitting right in the restaurant. So one may think that it's only permissible to sit in the mustard, but we say no, it's permissible to sit in the masjid and it is permissible to lie down in the mustard as well. If somebody thinks that this is against the manners and this is the farsightedness of Timothy because now we have people who think that this is against the matters of msgid what are you doing don't extend your legs and so on and so forth. no problem whatsoever. Lie down mustard is the house of a lot you want to rest you want to make a take off Go ahead. Not a problem whatsoever auto had death

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no sentimental Boucher even harder. If the Prophet could do it, we could do it by the Hadith and underline him and Madani or al Medina all had this as happened Mohammed in Saudi and mobile for the Navy so he didn't do it alone. To Allah gana Rasulullah sallallahu it will send them up either Josephine Mr. Bobby a day on the profits on the longer it will send them would sit

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in the masjid. He will do what you do diva

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He'll do the back.

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And we already explained what the bad means. We said oh spoonfuls, I have tears, two descriptions that he was in the message in the matter of colorful saw. Colorful saw has two different descriptions, one of those descriptions and that was the first one is when you take your knee, and you, you make your knee stand up, and I really can't because of the computer table and everything here, I can't do that at the moment. But the point is, if you take if I was to take my knees and bring them over here right now, right, and then I grab my grab a hold of my knees, and then I lock myself up with my fingers interlocked. Okay, so.

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So this would be considered is a manner of sitting in the fashion of political saw, that's one description of society, we said the other description is to sit in the manner that you would eat the shower, and then go ahead and, and fold your arms like this, and then use your elbows to rest on top of your knees, and sort of duck your head. Those are the two fashions. The first one is also known as Eva,

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Eva, and the Arabs would say that, that the lsvt bow out of that, that the, the form of the bar is actually the walls of the herbs. Because you know, the reason why you do that is because you're tired of sitting in a cross legged fashion.

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So what you do is you want to recline against something you can't find anything to record against. So you just put bring your legs up, and then you just hold your legs like that. So it feels like you're reclining, it's nice and comfortable. And if you don't want to use your hands, the Arabs, what they do is they have this thing called a hub what it's like a little string, okay, that they use, and they put it around their back and they put it around their knees. So their knees are sort of held together with this long string or this long circular cloth that can go around their body this is called the head one. So they used to say in the bathroom, he found out that the form of

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sitting called a fever is like the walls of the earth because they're in the desert they don't have walls to recline against, they don't have trees to recline against. So they ended up sitting in this fashion and they would consider this the fee upon the walls of the Arabs. to recline against that is I asked Allah subhana wa tada to give us a practice to convey it again, are very warm greeting even robotic eats eat a couple of law minimum income from myself and salad Academy as a whole. To you and your family. ask Allah subhana wa tada to give you the practice to convey give us all the practice to convey Until next week, I bid you farewell Xochimilco for listening. Also La da da da da da

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