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

Abdul Wahab Saleem
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of learning about physical characteristics of animals and their kingdom for personal growth and development. They stress the need for personal growth and development, specifically in interacting with animals.
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la la la he will suffer bH main la melanoma and feral now and founder of Yuma unlimited. Was it in our element? Yeah, Kareem, and hamdulillah. Horrible. I mean, we're back now live with the

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show my little mini class should I Eternity is the course that we're offering in the academy, as you all know, is solid Academy. And I wanted to take this opportunity to talk a little bit about what exactly solid academies solid Academy was an academy that I personally found it. So I'm the person that founded this Academy. I'm the founder of the Academy in 2011. In 2011,

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I decided that it's due time to organize a type of trip, which would change the lives of many people. Okay, many select people, however. So for that purpose, I prepared a trip, designed a trip, organized the trip, and also taught within the trip to Mecca and Medina.

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And what did I learn people from different countries, and even different continents showed up for this trip. And we had a small select group of people who attended this program, and many of those people are on their way to do a lot of good things and a lot of things that are very, very amazing with their lives. Some of those students are now Islamic University students, actually two of those students and

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and other students are also doing very, very beautiful thing. Some of those students actually went on to get ijazah in the Koran, the Book of Allah Subhana, WA, Tada. Other students stayed within that small but very concentrated time of about two weeks within which we learned a lot of different things. So we learn the Koran,

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you know, in different ways, and we learn the sooner to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And we also looked at

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Philip from different aspects entire book out in fact, we studied of Philip as well. And even Hades we studied a method similar to Rasulullah. Saw Selim, we're studying CLR now, so also the CLR of the messenger sauce. And then we studied during that time, and at the same time, we had the opportunity to visit some of the bigger the amount of the oma Okay, amongst them at once that I would mention is Shahada live in Ramadan ammunition at the great university of Medina, we had the opportunity to visit Abdullah Mohammed and Amina Chantilly in his house with all the students that attended from the different countries. And in fact, through the generosity and the beautiful character of the

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ship, he even offered to help us get back to the hotel got us all in the car, or whoever could fit and so on and so forth. Then we got back to the hotel this way. And that was actually an opportunity to see the whole look of the great scholars of this month. It's such an old man and such a man of status. He would make such a humble offer in the early morning time. All of these things are just beautiful opportunity. So what about him, that was a great opportunity. And that was the way we commenced the academy by the name of solid economy and the reason why I specifically chose mecca for the commencement of Sonic Academy was because you see Mecca, there remember they said that the Tao

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of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was started in Mecca. And similarly, any dollar that starts from Mecca, Allah subhana wa tada puts a special type of Baraka in it. So we started in Mecca. And we ended up now in about five different countries and affected lives, that would equate into the 1000s as well. And this is all by the leave of a loss of Hannah with data. Okay, so at the moment we have, we are working in different parts of the world, including the United States of America, including Canada, including Malaysia, and we have operated in other countries as well, Saudi Arabia being the launch pad of the entire organization, as I've already mentioned, and are

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committed enough the direction that Sadek Academy took from it's very inception is very different than the type of direction that a number of other academies take. They're all hide, everything is beautiful and everything is laid, so long as it is related to the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala. But I am a person that has a theory and that is that if someone is already doing something and they're doing a good job at it, then there is no need to try to redo the done already. So we decided to take this from another angle, and we decided that Sonic Academy will be an academy that will be dedicated to bringing people classical knowledge in a manner that would be costly

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So, in our academy, there have been students that are studying very advanced courses, and they are getting further and further as well. And similarly, we have courses that are available for the general masses as well for people to come closer to a loss of control without us. So all of that is there. But again, it is primarily focused on classical Islamic learning. And at the same time, there is you see, even though Josie Rahim Allah was a person that is exemplary when it comes to knowledge, action, and at the same time that our and pretty much if you were to think about what Sonic Academy's vision is to do, it's similar to what Josie came along with Darla had done it was Josie

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was a great while he was a great person that would admonish people so you'd give that out to people you would call people teach the people to put on the seed the things related to heart softening and all those things and at the same time, if you look at Josias works that are related to the subjects of more academic in nature, he would be a very, very serious academic at the same time. So you have his book related to an

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apple saucer without kidding and at the same time, you have a more serious books of and from the former category you include cycle halted and there are many other books that he had written right, but how to do more and other books of that nature. And at the same time, it will Josie has the more tougher books as well, the books that require more academic environments. So basically, what salic Academy has done is it has included both aspects of learning the aspect which requires a more serious and academic way of learning. And at the same time, we include also the opportunity for people to call to Allah subhana wa tada for people to teach about a lot for people to understand the

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reality of life and so on and so forth, the things that will bring people closer to Allah subhana wa Tada, the closer to the deen of Allah, closer to seriousness and adopt point, we also facilitate something for a more serious environment, this is what Sonic Academy is, in essence, and come to rely a little bit on me, it started off as an effort that was just done by one person, one instructor and, and at the same time,

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I would be doing the background and, and I would be doing a lot of other things as well. But on hamdulillah as we grow Allah Subhana Allah is blessing us with more and more people. And Allah Subhana without us also blessing us the opportunity to do that in different places. And also not just myself anymore. We also have, as you all know, you know, magic mod. He's a person that is a gem, a person that is very beautifully spoken a person that has a lot a lot to give to society, a person with whose words whose words, a lot of people are moved, as we all know, as well. And we are all moved by the beautiful statements and the words that come out of the mouth of our dear brother,

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magic mod. And he is one example of who we've added onto the list, isn't it Allah. So in addition to that, there will be other people coming as well. And we have, by the way to surprise instructors that will be joining Sonic Academy very, very soon. And they will be also working in these realms, whether it be the academic teaching, or whether it be teaching the people calling the people to Allah, reminding the people of Allah Subhana, WA Tada, all of those will be included. I asked Allah subhanaw taala to give us strength, and give us don't feel busy later. So now to come back to our subject. As we said, our subject is Shema in activity. And we already learned which means and now we

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need to learn about what the

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author or who the author is, the moment didn't himself Okay, before we get into the book, it's only natural that we learn a little bit about the author, right? So let's look at the life of the moment. Definitely. So for the next half an hour or so we'll dedicate the session to the life of a mammoth determining environmental MIDI, who's known as Hamad bin Raisa, even solo even Musa Huck, this is the name of a mammoth holding ever Isa is the cornea of humanity as tsunami, Timothy, and amalgamated with the towards a portion of his life, he became blind as well. So he was known as a buddy. Okay. As soon as I mean, he's attributed to the Sabina of swelling, a tsunami ceiling, that's

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how his attribution is, so he's known as a tsunami as well. Okay. And Timothy, he's also attributed to a place by the name of determines and determines where is this place called Timnath determines is a place in the northern parts of, of Iran today. Okay, a lot of the scholars not a few, but many of the scholars that were from the early amount of Hadith including by the way

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The US harbor student, including the people that had written down, the students wouldn't have been majest within an SAE and so on and so forth. Right? They were from what we know today is a lot they were all Persian people. Okay? This is the beauty of the religion, that Allah subhana wa tada had granted that, to these people who are not even Arab in such a short time, the ability to grasp so much detail, but also to last a little longer. It was in them that they became the signposts of Hadeeth over the rest of the centuries, okay, this is

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the reality of the Persians. Now. The prophets have a long run, he was said them, by the way, had forecasted and foretold this in the Hadith that the Prophet send them said, if you were to imagine the deen in a Soraya, if you were to imagine the deen in a, in a hanging light. Okay.

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A chandelier if you were to imagine it that way. leonarda howdy janome in Ferris, a group of people from the Persians would end up going up there and grabbing the knowledge. And this is why a mammoth divinity in magic. I said in previous lessons from Russia, basically, he's from an area that is in Iran closer to Russia. Okay, so the data How do you gentlemen fellas in Niger event. Mm hmm. And Timothy and other scholars from amongst the are lemma of Hadith were people that were from Persia. So this is the manifestation of the prophecy of our dear messenger Muhammad Sallallahu. It was okay. So, you know, I'm a divinity from tidmouth which is northern parts of Persia. And he was born May

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Allah subhana wa tada be pleased with him. And may Allah subhana wa tada has have mercy upon him as well in his soul. He was born in a year that we're not exactly sure of, we're not entirely sure of which year in homage didn't mean he was born in. But we generally know that innominate Timothy was born in the year 210. Okay, generally, we can say that 210 or two, nine, why? Because he died in the year 279. And they said that by the time he died, he had reached about 70 years of age. So if you had reached about 70 years, years of age, by the time he had died, and he was he had died in the year 279, that we're sure, then he must have been either born in the year 209 or 210. around them

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unlimited. This is around the realm of how where he was born. Okay.

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And as I said, towards the end of his life, he normativity started to go blind. But the question arises, was he always brought blind? Was he born blind? Or was he

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blinded, Afterwards, he went blind afterwards. The, the reality is that we noticed that Mr. Timothy had sought knowledge in a manner of a person that actually had sight. So he wasn't necessarily blind, he had sought knowledge in a manner of a person that was actually you know, that could view that had sight. Why because we have examples of you momentarily the writing we have examples of activities reading as well. We have examples of human activity, reading to a shoe and also having the book in front of him so on and so forth. So all these are examples and reasons to believe that he really could see maybe examples of humanity even traveling right?

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But in an activity or heimo lot with fear Allah subhanho wa Taala to a degree that he would cry a lot May Allah subhana wa tada give us the ability to cry for his sake. So he would cry and cry and cry, and out of the tears that would come out of the eyes of human activity and constantly so slowly but surely a moment that was he started to go blind. So that is the reason why a mammoth didn't mean he had went blind. And Mr. McDermott the and this will be by the way, a bushel, ah, a glad tiding for a lot of you. A lot of you that, listen to this today or tomorrow or during this class or even for the rest of time. Mr. McDermott, he was a person that sought knowledge at a later age in his

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life. Okay. Unlike many people who end up disappearing from the mercy of Allah subhana wa Tada, when it comes to knowledge when they realize that they've gotten too late. Mr. McDermott, he was an example of someone who taught sought knowledge in a later portion of his life and what we mean by later, by the way, it's not so late, based on our set of standards today, but it is around the age of 25. Okay, either 20 years of age or 25. By the way, that is considered a pretty old age because by that time, people that had started earlier would be scholar's right. If you start off at the age of 10, or even before that six or seven you memorize on by the age of nine or 10. Most of the

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curriculum books you'll be studied by the age of 1890.

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tene 19 to 25 years, you're polishing your scholarship 25 onwards you start giving. So by that time you're around a working scholar. So, Kim starting off around the age 25. That's in reality quite late, right according to how normally it's done, but it's not a problem. Because old age young age, it doesn't matter follow the island is something that Allah subhanaw taala opens the door to upon people and closes it upon other people. There are examples of scholars that sought knowledge after the age 40 but they became avid, they became Supreme, they became people that were adequate scholars, they became people that were out of scholars, they became people that are famous still

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today for their scholarship, right, even though they sought knowledge after the age of 40. So follow me is not specific to a certain age, but what it is specific to, it's specific to the charisma that is required from a person that has knowledge. It is specific to the type of discipline that is required from a person that has knowledge, it is specific to those people that are willing to give it all the half. Okay, so if someone doesn't give it all they have, then they're not they're not really going to attain too much knowledge. But if someone gives it all they have, right, and they give everything they have to it even at a later point in life, Allah subhana wa tada can open the

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doors of knowledge. And we have an example over here and exemplary by the way scholar, a scholar that will notice later on in our discussions about him that in many ways, he had even outdone some of his teachers. Okay, so he had sought knowledge at a younger age. Unlike the amount of behati Malinois it started at a younger age, a shotgun. He started at a younger age, email Muslim started at a younger age, Abu Dawood started at a younger age, many of the scholars they started at younger ages, but it didn't mean it delayed a bit, but nonetheless, he still considered amongst the same ranks even though he had deleted it right. So, we find that despite the delay, the amount of film it

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is considered an avid and a powerful and a real true powerhouse scholar. And you'll notice that so some of the examples in a in a discussion that is going to come with the light on Okay, so, we look at now, the different

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it is not the different travels that Imam at Timothy have done. Because of the fact that he started at a later age, he also did not necessarily get to travel as much as other people. Right, but he did travel he did travel. In fact, despite the fact that Imam

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the Imam of hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was during the time of Mr. mahtomedi Mr. McDermott, he was not able to attain the opportunity to meet him why because he did not go to that up until a later point and some said he did not go above that altogether. Okay. Some said he went above that and others speculated that look, he did not go to the doctor altogether why because even though daddy in his book daddy dad and mentioned every single scholar that entered the city of London, okay, look at that any scholar that entered the city, right of the dogs, especially the popular ones, and hopefully we'll have that in his book that his book that you'd mentioned all of

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them and he did not mention Imam Elisa Timothy. So that means that employees activity in reality have not entered that he did not enter above that. So,

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this is the speculation he may have entered as well and last panel without a knows best but at all odds, he was not able to attain the level of the virtue of meeting management and taking knowledge from the management even though he took from a man Bahati even though he took from you know Muslim even though he took from other big ima such as Abu Dawood and others but he was not able to obtain the knowledge from the famous scholar by the name of

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Mohammed Okay, so this is the some of the travels of Imam at me, okay.

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Now, who are the shoe of human activity, we said that some of the shoe of human activity include body and Muslim. And of course, Bahati and Muslim are the most prized of his teachers. The earth considered the most elite from amongst the teacher, a Buddha was by the way, is also considered a great teacher of his day but to say the famous scholar as well he's also considered a

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teacher from amongst the teachers of Imam autonomy he also hanadiv in the city This is a famous scholar as well. He's amongst the teachers of Imam activity also Abdullah metadata me the person who's written soon in the data me which is a great book.

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He says, Well, he was also a teacher from amongst the teachers of

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America, Timothy. And similarly, Abu ahwazi, by the way, was Razi is one of those powerhouse scholars. So remember that name, all of these scholars, they had, you know, learn they had taught him It didn't really and by the way, some of them also learn from the amount of media as well. And that's all I remember. He said, that he used to say to him, admittedly, even though he was doing something, although there he would say to me, what I learned from you as much more than what you learn from me, but in reality, he would learn things from interacting with you as well, but didn't realize he had learned a lot more from environmental hottie as well. Okay, so this is the elbow or

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the amendment, Bahati. And this is the reality of knowledge that not every single person, even if you are the amendment behati, immutable mean, the leader of the believers, when it comes to the overall sort of law, even if you are such,

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you still are not able to attain all of the knowledge. And that's why he did it in certain parts of his German activity. and gentlemen, Timothy is a great, beautiful book. And I had the opportunity to read this to a few scholars as well. This book has the

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idea that other books do not have. And I'll discuss a little bit about the book in a minute, but before I do that, sometimes a mammoth divinity kind of boasts but I wouldn't use the word both because maybe he's not he's not boasting isn't doing fun, or, you know, has given insider songs over inshallah that's not the case. But sometimes he out of happiness,

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out of excitement about the fact that you haven't Bahati had taken Hades from the moment it really is Booker telemedia times emammal A Timothy he mentioned that this hadith emammal Buhari he took from me, you know, why? Because he's trying to tell you that look, even if I'm in Bahati, actually, even though I'm a student, he ended up taking this for me because he didn't have it or because, you know, he felt the need of, of that Hadeeth and learning that specific IDs. But nonetheless, emammal Bahati is considered one of his most prized teachers, and that's why many times many times, Mr. McDermott, he quotes, concepts related to the science of religion, okay.

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That is a science of chocolate. If we have time, we'll discuss a little bit about it. But it's the science of it. Sometimes it quotes are related to a defect or problem in the Hadith. And then he will say at the end of the book that this and other things I took from him and Buhari Mohammed abuse Mariela Bahati, and I took it from ozora ahwazi. Okay, so if he's taking it from Razi, and email Mohammed He smiled at me, but it is bad Buhari. That means that he is learning a lot from the hottie and implementing it within his book, john Timothy right away. So this is a sign that the amendment didn't mean he had considered Imam Mohammed in the Sumerian body, one of his prized teachers as

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well. Okay.

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you notice also another thing about Islamic Timothy's book?

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Okay. I'll keep talking about him. Timothy's book Jamia activity, not shut out in activity. Should I lifted him up? We'll talk about also inshallah Tada. But Jimin activity is what I'm talking about right now, because this is his most prized work. And this is what he became really really popularly known for, even though Shema, Timothy is a book, the likes of which history has never seen. Okay, Mr. McDermott, he is the single person who had written a book of this type, very, very beautifully organized, and a very, very early time in in Islam as well. Okay, as we said, if he's born in 2009, to attend, or to 10, and he died in 279. And this is very earliest now. He ended up writing this

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book pretty much exactly two centuries after the death of the messenger, sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So very, very early Islam, is he writing this book, okay, or he's born, and then he's writing it at a later point in his life. So, before we get into talking more about the book, though, let's look at the memory of this great, great half of Okay, memory, by the way, is very necessary.

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You have to memorize knowledge, knowledge is memorized and some people will tell you that knowledge is memorized and it's also understood and that's a reality knowledge is understood and understood standing is more important than knowledge. That is also true. Because the laws profits are seldom you would make the offer even or best along with the dean or limit that we know a lot given ficklin the dean and also teach him that that will teach him the understanding, right?

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So notice in both the US lost profits or similar missing a lahoma factor, alarm and all a lot given an awful lot teaching. So in reality memory

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Not what's being talked about here. But people that had a lot of knowledge of Hadeeth. But they did not necessarily have or even had these and other sciences as well. They did not necessarily memorize as they grow older and older, they begin to bring become more and more digressed to knowledge and then knowledge becomes weaker and weaker and weaker. And then finally, knowledge ceases to exist. And for that reason, the one thing that you will be able to hold on to as you grow older in age, if you want to seek knowledge is the memory that you have is the things that you have memorized in your head. Because those things, they will always come back to you with this very, very slight small

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refresher, you'll be able to refresh your memory. However, if you forget entirely the subject, and you've never actually memorized the subject, then the type of information that you will be dealing with will be a lot less of course, okay.

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We'll of course be a lot less. So knowledge, as we said, must be memorized. A lot of it must be returned in this beautiful manner of memory. Mr. McDermott, he had a beautiful memory, a very strong one, okay, even if a person doesn't have a strong memory, memory is a tool that can slowly but surely be sharpened. Okay. So work on memorizing, and a loss of data will make it easier for you to memorize. So the amendment didn't really However, because he's worked a lot on his memory. He had a very strong memory. And we have a great story over here. Okay, if I'm a kid, maybe he's traveling now. He's traveling from Macau? Or he's traveling to Macau. Okay, on his way to Mecca. Mmm, it

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didn't mean he has to juice, juice it. Okay. Now a lot of you may understand, does it mean? The sappada write the 30 parts of the Koran. So one of those is called edges. Right.

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But that is true, that is a usage of the term desert, which means basically part part one, part two, part three. But the word does it, how do you see is slightly different. There's a number of different types of books, you have sunan, you have Masonic, you have margin, you have different types of books, right? So one of those types of books are called drizzle.

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a drizzle of a hadith is one small book, within which one specific category of Hadeeth are gathered together, or one specific narrator is gathered together that have used the one narrator and so on and so forth. So it's one book that deals with one chapter. That's it, nothing more than that. So environment didn't mean he had to small Jesus, two small little books, little pamphlets, okay? Now, they don't necessarily have to be so little, they can be a little bit big as well. So keep that in mind. You know, Timothy has these two. And what he does is, is traveling with them. So as he is traveling, suddenly, he runs into the sheet, that is the author of these two Jism. Now,

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historically, just so you understand what's happening here, what books, the way there were kept is a book, a printer, a copy of a book would be kept in a library somewhere in a library, and in this library would be a number of different, you know,

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books as well.

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And these books would then have people that are known as scribes, they would be sitting next to the library, or they'd be, they would have shopped around the library, similar to print shops nowadays. And they would be given these books, and they would photocopy these books, quote, unquote, okay, so they would kind of photocopy these books, they will take the book,

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grab their own pen and paper, and copy every single word of the book. So possibly, this is how a man ultimately obtained a copy of this book. So authors that want to really spread the word nowadays, when people want to spread the word, they do Facebook, they do other things, they would take their books, and they would place them into these big libraries. Somebody likes a book, they pick up the book, and after they get a copy of the book, they go to a print shop. And after they get go to the print shop, they simply print a copy of this book out by by someone writing it down with their own hands. Okay? So he didn't have he has a copy of a book and he comes across a shift that has written

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the book. So now he says, This is my opportunity to read this book to the shift, or hear the book from the shift himself. So he goes the moment Timothy to the shift and says, Look shift. I have a copy of your book already. Both of your books, I have a copy of both of them. But

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I want to study this book and I haven't studied it with you and I don't have it's not in it. I want to get my ijazah in the book from you. So he says okay, nervous you tell them to come and sit down read or something.

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So the she starts to read the heavy, she has the book memorized, remember a lot of them, therefore, they're carrying the knowledge in their heads. So no need for pens, papers, so on and so forth, that she has the book memorized. So he starts reading the book, from his memory to economic dignity, and employment dignity, what does he do, he brings the book with him. But when he opens to the first page, lo and behold, it's not the book, he accidentally picked up an empty notebook of his, they all looked similar. So he ended up picking up an empty notebook of his. So as he's looking, the pages are empty, and the shape is reading. Now, if he tells the shape shift, I don't have the book, then

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the shape is going to leave. And he's not going to give them the hobbies. Because he won't have time, he's got to go there on a travel, they came across the crossroad somewhere. And if he tells the ship, if he doesn't tell the ship, then the ship if he sees the empty book, he'll be like, are you making a joke company? You want to get my isnaad? And you don't even have a copy of the book. Right? How do I trust that you're actually going to be able to gather all this information and remember it. So that's exactly what happens about remember, Timothy is sitting with his empty book looking at it. And she looks at the book and he says, oh, the book is empty. Right?

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And then he says, Are you not ashamed of sitting in front of me and doing this? I'm not the study mini? Are you not ashamed of this? So the ship is getting badly mounted with the dome. Okay. So the ship says, so what's the problem? Why didn't you bring the book? So in our mission statement, he explained that he accidentally brought the wrong Hadeeth, and so on and so forth. And the amendment didn't, he said, Look,

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I know all of the Hadeeth which are telling me, all of them. So he says, No, no, there's no way. So the shift says, Okay, then tell me all of these habitats. Tell me.

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So Mr. McDermott, he went one by one, and completed every single Hadith that the Shay had mentioned with the snod. In that gathering, and email mahtomedi. He repeated them all together. So the shape was, was confused. He was puzzled. He said, this is not possible. This is not You mean, you are able to memorize everything. He said, You must have memorized all of these before you had a copy of this book of mind is just a minute, memorize these before. So the first part of the book you already had memorized? You know, everything. He said, No, no, no, no, that's not the case. I didn't have that memorized. He said, Okay, then what? He said, Look, I memorize them, when you told me that.

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So now, the shift says that's not possible. So he says, I'll tell you. What does he do? He mama Timothy is sitting there listening. And the share, he begins to read the most difficult ahaadeeth. He knows. And by the way, a hadith some of them are easy to memorize. Some of them are very difficult to memorize. Some of them are very long, some of them have very hard words. So that Heidi's that we're going to be studying a Shama and some of them are short, some of them are concise, easy to understand, others are also going to be difficult. You'll notice that. So what does he do, he hears all of these ahaadeeth, all the hora, all of the difficult ideas of this big ship.

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And he remembers every single word from it. So the sheath, he hears it back from him, and he says, who had a lot, he said, I didn't even know that there was someone that existed, like yourself in the world, that was able to memorize everything. And of course, the shift body was similar to that as well. So that was able to memorize everything, just by hearing it once, I didn't even know such a thing that actually existed. And this is the story of amount of things. And the memory of the moment of me, so humanity really has a very, very beautiful, a strong, a very, very powerful memory. Okay.

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Now, let's look a little bit at the book of economics. Okay.

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You remember Timothy? His book was

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a book that is an amazing book.

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It is known as Jeremy Timothy, it's known as john assaraf. It's known as synthetic media times as well. It's normal, different names, but all of them are the same large book of the moment, at any moment. Timothy's book has a couple of things. Okay. He's a student of Buhari he's a student of Muslim. So he took the best of both worlds. A moment Buhari is good at one thing. Mmm. Mr. Muslim is good in another thing. So Mr. Timothy, he took everything that was good in Buhari and everything that was good and Muslim, both of them and put them together.

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Okay, and then added to that many, many different things that both of those other authors did not end up doing. Okay.

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So in terms of a masterpiece in terms of an organization, organized piece in terms of all of those things emammal Timothy's book is just a very powerful, amazing book. That's why many scholars have said that there is nothing like a mammoth Timothy's book after the book of Allah subhana wa Tada, even though many said that about other books as well. But nonetheless, the amount of material of these books specifically out of the sooner it stands out sends out very, very clearly. And I'll tell you how, number one, Mr. McDermott, he is a man of

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it's a man. He's a man that has knowledge of the understanding of the religion and not just the Hadith.

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So he's not just a narrator of passing on the Hadees of Rasulullah to people, which is a noble task, by the way, but he's not just that he's a funny as well. So whilst he's writing his book, he includes a lot of filth in this book as well. And then on top of that inherent dignity, he is also a man of Hades as well.

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So what does he do? He includes the aspect of Hades out what is known as a tsunami. Have you seen the trailer Paddy is very, very clear in his book from a couple of angles. Okay, now before i get right into those angles, I want you to look with me at for a moment at Sahih al Bukhari and Sahih Muslim a poet says the shadow of Oman Filippo ha de la jolla SOHCAHTOA. You then into a demon, for example, Buhari you certain Karnataka fierceness on anti muslim, the shadow cone filled volume see a group of people they ended up arguing about Bahati and Muslim.

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Okay, they started arguing about the hottie and Muslim, either yes or no. Are you then into per diem? They argued about the hottie and Muslim and they came to me and they said which one of these two do you give preference to? Which one of them are better?

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For kulula, who

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focus to the home?

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I said to them,

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Are you certain that Bahati in terms of its authenticity, it's better

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and karma for puffy has not seen it Muslim just as in the beautiful organized manner of Sahih Muslim Sahih Muslim have taken, you know, had taken the lead so among Muslims, so he is better organized Imam and Bahati is slow, he is more authentic, but at the same time a moment Buhari so he has another idea as well. And that is that Imam and Buhari is also a Sufi, okay, he's a person of faith. So he has chapter titles and in the chapter titles of abominable hottie is where he puts all of his stuff. So you will put the ruling that he wants in the chapter title and then he'll bring a hadith that supports the ruling that he's trying to get to this is our body works. So this way, you can get

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a lot of stuff out of it. Now coming back to Muslim, a Muslim doesn't have chapter titles. If you find any chapter titles in Muslim there are likely the chapter titles that were placed by Imam and knowing not by Muslim himself. Okay, so many, many centuries later, Muslim did not do that. He had no chapter titles, just chapter ended up in a group of hobbies, no chapter titles.

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So Bahati puts chapter titles. What does that do that helps Bahati get his message across in terms of a scope? Muslim doesn't put chapter titles, what does that do? That doesn't get his message across in terms of film, but Bahati doesn't have the ahaadeeth as organized as Muslim? What is Muslim do? Mr. Muslim, he puts the most authentic hadith at the top of the chapter. And then the next Hadees after it, it's lesser than not inauthenticity. And the next one is after that is less than than that inauthenticity. And the final Hadees might actually even have a weak narrator in it. Okay. But what he's trying to say is that since all of these other ahaadeeth are strong, even this

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week one gets strengthened Okay, this is the organizational way or the organization of email Mr. So notice email Muslim is better at organization. Mmm Bahati is better in in authenticity and also at the same time in,

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in his ability to

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to derive rulings anomic tirmidhi comes, he says Buhari, permitted in his mind.

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You were able to organize, you're able to place a lot of fun, and you're my teacher. So let me take this trade from you. So Mr. McDermott, he comes and he includes the concept of and even goes an extra mile more than just the chapter titles. Mr. McDonagh movie comes and at the end of each chapter, he even has a discussion that you would normally have enough

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class, he starts to say that this is the opinion of the moon. This is the opinion of Adam and Eve. This is the opinion of this chair for that chair. And this is something that is more, this is something that people have left. This is something that has an engineer on it. This all these things you find him at the end of it's a nice book, but you find it at the end of the chapter titles and the amount of Timothy's book. So remember Timothy's book, it has fifth and it has more, even more so than a moment, Bahati. Now, in terms of the scenario is the fear in terms of the trait of Hades. Mr. McDermott, he goes even beyond his ship, Muslim, what does he do? He puts at the end of the

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chapters. And after the Hadees, what does he do at times he ends up including information related to the Hadith. So if there is a lot, there's a hidden problem in the Hadith that nobody can notice. He'll include that if there's a narrator, that's weak, according to some strong recording system, he'll mention that, if the Hadeeth is has an he'll mention it. If it's a he'll talk about it. If it's life, he'll also say that, so he includes this whole nice package of Hades, and then the sciences of Hades. And that why are these all of it in one. So when you're reading this book, literally, you're reading the book that has everything that a person needs, to a great extent, all

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of that in one book. And this is why the scholars that read this book of john or Timothy, they say, as we read activity, no matter how many times you read activity, we find new issues in it. Why? Because he has 50, as has a theory that he has so many different sciences, all of that coupled together in one particular book, in fact, and I'm going to quote over here,

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In last he says that the book activity, okay. He says that it is a book that has been chaptered by the Bob, okay, instead of normally, in other books, such as body, body will say kuttabul in the chapter, then after that, you'll have the different tabs over here, Timothy, he says, A blah, blah, blah, the chapters of the hollow, and then you'll put the sub chapters after that. So you'll use the term God instead of kita. That's the difference between party interviews. So he says that, Mr. McDermott, he has these above, okay. And after that, and so that right there, the fact that he's organizing all this knowledge in a very, very organized manner, that right there is knowledge in and

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of itself. This is what Mr. McDermott is it, this is what it will rush to saying about Timothy's work, then he says that similarly, the second thing that you see within imama Timothy's book is the fifth there in. Okay, so there's a lot of fit within this.

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Within this book, as well, we've already discussed that the chapter titles, the end notes at each chapter. All of those are what that's fixed that Mr. McDermott is including, on top of that, you have to read under headings as well. The hidden problems that are within the Hadith, these are subjects by the way that major major defeat have to discuss and that's why mama did media himself. He mentioned that all of the discussions that I had about, about the angel of Hades, I took it for a moment Buhari, Muhammad Yunus married and I took it from Rosie as well. Okay, so he's taking it from Rosie, and he's taking it from Muhammad Yunus married and Buhari and he's coupling all of it

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together. And then he's preparing it in a very beautiful manner, that is the eighth which is a very strong science also very difficult science to study. Then after that, he says that, in addition to that, he also has the science of an akuna. So sometimes a person is mentioned with a name. Other times a person has mentioned with a kuhnian. So Mr. Timothy, if he is popular with the name and not popular with the Kenya and he's mentioned by the cornea, he will mention the real name of it him after words, and vice versa. So this is the science of a smart was winner. So that's number four, four different sciences included within his book. On top of that, he wrote the god sometimes an

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author may be strong according to some scholars, weaker according to other scholars. So Amanda, Timothy will include the idea of this person is weak, and this person is strong, all of that within the book as well. So as endnotes, footnotes, and so on and so forth, Imam Timothy will include it there. Okay.

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Furthermore, Mr. McDermott, he will also include

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the idea of who ended up actually meeting the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam if he narrates a hadith that was not a fully connected chain, to the Prophet sallallahu it was. So Furthermore, you'll have another discussion.

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On the chain. And last but not least, he will also mentioned at the end of the chain, that how many different Sahaba narrated this hadith. So if this hadith is an Hadees narrated only about or multiple kebab or it will be just about, but if it's about omo Zaid and many other Sahaba, he'll mentioned the difference haba that narrated this hadith as well, all of that is included within the sciences that you can find within this beautiful masterpiece of economic diversity in our locality. In fact, for some people even went further and I'm not going to quote everything, but something just for the purpose of knowing some people even went further and they said, No, no, no, they're 14

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sciences. Other said, No, there's even more sciences. There's so many different sciences that are found within JAMA, I didn't mean these seven that I mentioned, are simply the main things. Other than that, the side points that you can find some are paid for, by the way, sometimes even issues related to hockey that are found with intermediate as well. Right You will narrate the athlete of the setup and mention what exactly they used to say all of that can be found within activity. That means these are very, very

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beautiful book, very, very grand book, and it's one of the major achievements of the amount of divinity himself. This is a little bit about the books book of humanity. Now, one may ask after this Imam has spent his entire life dedicated to knowledge and dedicated to giving knowledge. What exactly did Timothy do? Or when exactly is it the moment Timothy died? Mm hmm. Timothy, as we said in the beginning, in our last panel, what Allah has mercy upon him, he died in the year 279. Okay. And his book, by the way, was written towards the end of his life. So since it was written towards the end of his life, because of that, Mr. McDermott, these book came out to be a masterpiece,

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because people that often are in a very early portion of their life, and they end up actually leaving it just like that without reviewing and so on and so forth. The books they end up not coming out very strong, because they haven't fully completed in terms of the knowledge that they need to gain. But if people take it slowly, and slowly, but surely, the the authorship comes and all of the other things come, normally the books end up becoming much better than they would have when the individual is younger, because the knowledge is increasing as Dave breaks, right. So this is what happened to him and Timothy, he wrote his book, completed it about 10 years before his his death,

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may Allah subhana wa tada have his mercy upon Imam activity. And with that, we have completed hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen some of the things related to the agenda to the life and the biography of Mr. McDermott. And now to start on the discussions related to the actual book at hand. Okay, now we're getting into a little bit about the Shema universal law and why we should be studying the Shema, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I asked Allah subhanho wa Taala to grant his strength, I mean the anatomy by you. So, the Shama Mustafa Muhammad Sallallahu,

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Allah subhanaw taala give us the best of the show, and grant us the ability to practice and convey the shot. And granted the ability to also deliver this message to mankind at large.

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The Shema and we've already discussed what exactly they are, they are the physical traits of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And by the way, even when you look at the physical traits of Rasulullah,

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you'll find that Allah Subhana, WA, tada will start to put a special type of love in you. Why is that? I'm going to take a back step and say that even within mankind, just normal people lead people such as ourselves. When we look at people that are beautiful, we fall in love with people that are beautiful, beautiful, isn't that so?

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And that's why a lot of times leadership goes hand in hand with beauty as well. A person that is beautiful. Normally a lots of hands on with data, allows the hearts of people to be subdued to this is a reality.

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Why? Because when because people feel inferior in one way or another but that's not necessarily the right word to use. But I think I've delivered the message that when we see a person that's beautiful, naturally feel you feel inclined to love them, to meet them to greet them. And naturally you also feel inclined to be nicer to them and so on and so forth. This is just a reality that humankind has experienced. This is what the human experience dictates and that's why even within televisions shows that even within other places people prefer to have someone that is beautiful, because the representation will be beautiful. So naturally when we look at the beauty, the physical

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Even though the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we recognize how beautiful this man was. And because of that, we ended up being more and more humble in our approach towards the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So this is something that actually helps us get closer to a light reality. Okay? Why? Because then we understand who are dealing with this beautiful, this handsome man that walked the earth that was more handsome and more beautiful than any man that has ever walked this earth. Okay, this is number one.

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So that's why Shema in which includes Safar two will hold the alfalfa number two and huttopia it also includes the attributes of the messenger so along where it was said I'm better has beautiful attributes Okay, that's number two. And we also said is Juan LHD Maria in social manners of living and and drinking and sleeping and walking and so on and so forth? Why study Shama? Why study, we've already given a plethora of points and inshallah tada would give some more. Number one, the first reason why we have to study Shama is because, he man with the profits on the long run, he will send them dictates, and enforces the idea that we study the schema and overall sort of loss of a lot what

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do you said, How, so, we have to believe in the messenger and in order for us to perfect the belief in the messenger, we also have to

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understand who this messenger is, you cannot love someone that you do not understand and you do not recognize. So, in order for us to be able to understand, recognize and appreciate, we have to also know first and foremost, okay, so for that reason, a loss of Hana data dictated to humanity, to learn about his messenger in the verse and sort of setup even to these enemies. Allah subhanho wa Taala says, look, look at your messenger and learn about your messenger. Allah says to the prophets a little longer it was said to him sages that people in nama will come to you Well, I'm only giving you out I'm only giving you admonition of this one.

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And what he says and akula that you stand for a loss of Hannah Medina Myth number four, either either you stand in tos or you stand in one. Okay as in stand together for a loss of Hannah with Allah and during the night times are you stand by yourself during the night times? Okay, through motherfucker that then you should think and ponder. So now he's telling them to think and ponder, ponder about what Matthew saw, he couldn't

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ponder the fact that your messenger and your friend and your companion that you keep talking about and saying, He's crazy, he's foolish and all sorts of things, ponder and think and contemplate about his beautiful characteristics and his realities. Can he be at all crazy madness, or you could mention there is no craziness with your with your companion with your messenger. So your messenger is perfect if you think about it, that's what he's telling them to do. So even when the godfather of Polish, they ended up retaliating against the messenger and the godfather of the job in general, they ended up retaliating against the messenger, the message that loss of power with data is given

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to the messenger, see all messenger proclaim, loud and clear, I am admonishing you of this, that you stand for Allah in 2001. And then also ponder the fact that your messenger is not crazy. So he's telling them to be reminded of what of pondering the traits and the characteristics of his beautiful messenger? And if the characteristics of the beautiful messenger were flawed, then why would Allah subhana wa tada tell them to ponder the characteristics of the messenger they must have been perfected in order for a loss of handle without to recommend the people to ponder the correct characteristics, and the beautiful traits of the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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number two. And we're going through reason after reason, though. Now, we're getting into the reasons why we are to study though. shamala rasulillah. Number two, okay. The habit, love for the messenger is an obligation.

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Okay, let that sink in for a second.

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Ponder for a second. Love for your messenger is an obligation.

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It's an obligation. You have to love your messenger. It's an obligation. Now, when I tell you obligation, it becomes very difficult for the soul to bear. This is the reality of people whenever you say you're obliged to do so you're not obliged to do so. Right people you're forbidden from doing so people start to find it very difficult. Don't put me in the Forbidden Zone. And don't tell me this is obligatory. I'll do what I please. This is the nature of human beings, even though we're told to go against that and submit

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ourselves to Allah subhana wa tada but this is how people are. Gibbon comes in the middle arrogance comes in the middle. So in order for you to fulfill this obligation, you have to do something else. What's that? You have to learn about the messenger. When you learn about the messenger, naturally, the hubbub will develop whether you like it or not.

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The messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his traits are such that no matter what happens, whether you like it or not, you love him.

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No matter what happens, whether you like to love him or not, you will love him. This is how the Prophet sallallaahu it was elements and this is why even that enemy come back into is gathered together in the outskirts of Medina by the name of ceramic.

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When he came, he was sat down, he was from the saga from the leaders of Belo hanifa. When he came to the rescue the Netherlands, he sat in and rescue the Navy for a few days. And what did he say? After three days of meeting and greeting the messengers in the long run, he was sending them in seeing how his companions treat him. The Prophet sent along where it was send them was faced by an arch enemy of the prophets alum, who is now attesting to the fact that at one point, he used to be an arch enemy, and he says, that will lie, not gonna allow what you have God I hadn't available in a human Manila, Yemen, that there is no one on the entire face of the Earth that was more detested to me

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than you.

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Or there is no face that was more dis detested to me than your face, and will lie in the hula hoop, boo Elijah. And by Allah, it is now the most beloved of faces to me, all of that within three days. Why? Because within three days, he was able to see some of the long run, he was sending them all he was able to see the Prophet sallallahu it was similar in the way he would conduct himself. So due to the conduct of the messenger, the person was ready to say, Subhana Allah, this is a man that lives by whatever he preaches, this is a man that speaks something and he does something exactly the same thing. This is a man that is definitely bound to be a messenger. This wasn't a sort of law solo law

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to serve them. So within a few days, within a matter of days, the heart of this man was flipped upside down. And just like that, if a person was to learn about the messenger, naturally, the heart will, you know, it will the love for the profits a lot more it will send them will be inevitable it cannot be blocked. This is how beautiful the character of the Prophet sallallahu it was sentence

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number three

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number three, we have to follow the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam isn't that so? We have been commanded

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to follow the messenger in many many places in the poor man attack woman wants to fuck with a woman How come I know but Oh, whatever your messenger gifts to you then take it whatever last messengers alone law Why do you send them forbids you from then don't take it and so on and so forth. So we've been commanded by Allah subhana wa tada to definitely avoid

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disobeying him and definitely implement everything that Allah subhana wa tada has commanded through His Messenger as well. Okay, if that's the case, the only way we can follow him. And the only way we can consider an issue by the way, we're talking about commandments and things that are permitted. There's more than that as well. There's just following in general life, why are we studying out the profits or send them where is trees how the profits or loss of them with sleep how we can implement those things within our lives? Right? So the fact of the matter is, the reality of the matter is that the only way the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam can be the Messiah that Allah called him

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to be in the Quran or the Canada computers who lie who swore to Allah, indeed, have a surety within the messenger you had it was suasana a beautiful swap, the only way we can understand it is if we study the life of the messenger sallallahu it will send them so the key to making him swap our guide our leader and example is by learning about the messenger sallallahu it will send them and that is the third reason why we have to study the mountain of activity that is the study third reason why we have to study the Shema mohammedia whether it be through a Timothy or any other means, this is the reason why we have to study Shema and mohammedia but definitely shamala Timothy is one of the best

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works written in this regard period. Number four.

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Number four is the fact that Allah subhana wa tada has made the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam more worthy

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he's made it more worthy of the

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Believers then themselves

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to themselves. What does that mean? Now, if you have time, you have time right in your life who is more worthy of that time yourself or somebody else?

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Everybody will say myself I'm more worthy of my own time. You have only enough sacrifices you can make in your life. Who's more worthy of that yourself or somebody else? Everybody will say that myself Of course, right? But Allah subhana wa tada says in the Quran and bu lab in meaning

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that the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam is more worthy of the believers

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than themselves to themselves.

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So the fact that he is so worthy necessitates the fact that we have to recognize him and learn about him.

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This is your messenger sallallahu It was a messenger that is so worthy that a loss of Hannah with Allah says that he is more worthy of the believers than themselves to themselves. So the just as you should know your own birth date, just as you should know the date you graduated from school the day you got married the day you did this and all the big events in your life. And if you don't, then someone will look at you like Why don't you know write a laws messenger some of the law when he was sending them is more worthy of all of that, then yourself to yours of yourself. This is the messenger cinema who it was.

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Moreover, Allah subhanho wa Taala has

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also mentioned the great character of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is not so okay. Hasn't he mentioned the great character of the Prophet so send them when Nick Allah Allahu Allah me woman's poodle Manta venier maturo Baker imagino in Nicola, we're in the literature on Ramadan. We're in Santa Ana. This is what Allah subhanho wa Taala says you indeed have a shorty or messenger definitely are upon a great and magnificent character. How much more emphasis you want. Allah subhana wa tada emphasis to the power of, of many powers. The greatest power there is the fact that Allah subhana wa tada thing. There is nothing greater than that. So Ally's emphasizing the fact that

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he's on a great character. If that is the case, then we definitely have to learn the character of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and I see over here that his character was embodied in the book The very book

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that testified his own character was the very book that he was embodying at the same time. Look at that. Allah subhana wa tada made him an embodiment of his own speech, laws messenger sallallahu it was set up as a Chateau de Allahu taala and Han says, Can I come on? But you know what we noticed that the messengers have a long way to send him his hood up his manners were the salon we know this but we don't know the background of what happened. Guys who are on the messenger sallallahu it was sitting embodied the Quran in his character, a man by the name of you shall even army had come to our hld Allahu Tada. And he had asked una Chateau de la jolla and ha, I doubt the hook of the

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prophets all along it was.

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So I showed replied back in a very, very simple, yet comprehensive, and yet some memorable statement. She said that kana hoopoe on his hook used to be the Quran, so he was the walking, talking the Koran that the individual that embodied all of the traits that go on inside this man then reply and listen very, very carefully to this point. He Shang even sagami Shannon Ahmed, he replied that

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for him to an akula while

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I hadn't,

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I'm shading had a move. Look at that statement of this sad even a sham. Even Ahmed the narrator from I shall the alone guy. Now he says that.

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Then when I show told me that the whole loop of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the Quran, I decided I felt as if I should stand up at this moment and never ask anyone of any other questions ever again.

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Why am I saying this? By the way? Why am I saying this? And why am I emphasizing this? The reason why I'm emphasizing this My dear brother, my dear sister, dear viewer, and listener, the reason why I'm saying this is because of the fact that

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That the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had embodied the full on, let that sink into your mind, number one. Number two, the fact that when Isaiah had given him this answer, that he was the embodiment of Quran, he already recognized the beauty of our. And then when he hears that the messengers that are brought the Koran was the embodiment of the Koran, then all doubts about the messenger are no more there. People ask a billion questions about the messenger, he did this he was a person of war, he was a person that was someone that betrayed he was a person that, you know, even statements that I cannot make my tongue doesn't allow it may Allah subhanho wa Taala preserve our

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tongues for making such statements, statements that are absolutely hideous and all of us will write, the tongues that make those statements are tongues that do not know the messenger sallallahu it

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when you recognize that he was the embodiment of the messenger of the Messenger of Allah Subhana, WA Tada, then you just cannot speak another word, you feel fulfilled, you feel like everything that you had heard is now becoming a manifest reality. Because you hear all of these things, and you don't see them in reality, when you hear that they can actually be actualized and they have been actualized embodied within a physical character. And that is the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, all of those questions that used to have about the reality of this religion, about the reality of your prophet slowly but surely cease to exist. And this is why this man at this

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moment, he said that I wanted to stand up at that moment, and never ever asked anyone of anything related to this particular matter again, because he was fulfilled internally. And that's why if we understand the character of Rasulullah, sallAllahu, alayhi wasallam the type of fulfillment we will feel in terms of Eman even will be a type of fulfillment that cannot be explained

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number six, okay. Number six Allah subhana wa tada had commanded the people to send Salam upon their messenger Okay, in the law, how are Bella eketahuna also you follow Nana, maybe, indeed a law and his angels send Salam Salam upon the prophets Allah.

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Indeed a loss of Hannah with that, and the angels descend salaat upon the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam la Muslim news.

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Yeah, a young lady in urban, some new delhi he recently moved to sleep.

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Indeed, Allah subhana wa tada and his angels send us all out upon the messengers of the Lord he was,

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oh, who you believe? Send us a lot upon your messenger as well send the salaat upon your message.

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Okay, why is this a reason for us to practice learning the Sunnah of Rasulullah and learning specifically the Shabbat shalom Rasulullah, the owner they said anybody will tell you being one of the great earner who had written an entire book related to Salam upon the Prophet sauce and then his famous book jet out. Right? He says

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that the salaat upon the profits of the long run, he was sitting there is different. A person of knowledge, a person of recognition, a person who understands comprehensive hands and knows what the messenger sallallahu he was sending them as a pod, the type of slots that will come out of his mouth will not be like a person who's just repeating and doing his you know, lip service, that will not be the case. So the only way we can perfect this a lot upon the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is to learn about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. A lot of my Sunday was simply was robotic, I'm gonna be you know, number seven, is the fact that the Shema of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam are an opportunity to follow him. And if we do not learn, and we do not teach the Shema, orbital sutala to our generations, then people will end up taking leaders that are not necessarily people that follow the similar philosophy that people end up taking leaders that are even evil and abhorrent in terms of their actions in terms of their conduct. That will be the case this is the reality, right? People will and that's the case people end up taking musicians as leaders today. people end up taking all sorts of people that do not

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have anything to do with the type of character that the prophet SAW the longer it was send them was upon. And this is a faulty matter. This is not how it should be in order for us to perfect ourselves, we have to take the messenger sallallahu, he was sending them as a leader and the only way we can take him as a leader, as a guy, as a person that is an example for us, is if we learn about them, and that's why even today, we see that people know the lives of many, many people, some people that are fans of a basketball player, they follow every single aspect of his life. In reality, they've taken this person as a leader, right? They've taken this person as a leader, and

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they are their followers. And nowadays on Twitter, you can actually become people's followers. Right? Right. And that's why you notice that some people choose not to follow anybody because they say we follow no one. But then but the messenger Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam, right. So this is the reality in order for us to understand the greatness of the messenger. In order for us to understand the fact that we must follow the messenger we have to understand the leader who is the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself, we have to comprehend his beauty, his characteristics, and we have to learn about the traits of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I asked Allah subhana

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wa tada to give us a trophy for light. It's not an easy task, neither to follow neither to learn. But life was never meant to be a very easy one. But I will tell you one thing for sure, that if you learn about the messenger, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it will be one of the most beautiful set of days that you have spent in your life.

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The days that you will feel lighter than a feather. Because of how close you feel to Allah subhana wa Tada. The days you will feel closer to Allah subhanho wa Taala than in reality ever you've you've ever felt because this is how Allah subhanho wa Taala has made it this is your messenger you recognize him, you recognize me at the same time. Right? That's why Allah subhana wa Taala told us in that Hadith Pudsey, which spoke about earlier on that I have made you high raise your rank, how he does look at it, look at them, right. Whenever you I have mentioned you're mentioned as well. So in reality, you're also learning about a lot. You're learning about his messenger and learning about

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the messengers in one way or another in extension learning about the one who had sent the message as well. I asked Allah subhana wa Taala to grant the strength to grant this little feat last but not least,

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Shama Timothy? Okay, Shama. tirmidhi, is a book that is beautifully written, it's a great book. It's a book that honestly,

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I feel honored to teach it. This is a reality. I feel honored to teach it, many, many other things I could teach, but I feel honored that Allah subhanho wa Taala has actually given me that they'll feel whether I'll get to complete or not, but Allah has given me the tools to commence the fact that I am teaching the book Shama electively because it has so much love for the messenger there. And there's so much to gain there. So my activity is also a book that's organized by the same author that wrote gender identity. So it will definitely be a book that is authored in a very magnificent manner as well. So let's look at how he nominated me the authors, the small book compared relatively very

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small. generativity is a very big book.

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This didn't mean he shemar literary is a smaller one.

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He starts off primarily everything is related to Shimano and we've already discussed which a mountain Are you starts off and inshallah tada tomorrow morning, we'll be starting off as well, with the Aussie fatten who up he starts off with this the fact of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and Julio Pia, unhealthier sorry, it starts off with the physical traits of the prophet to send them after that he will go to

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the possessions of the prophets of Salaam. So he's going to talk about the things that the prophet SAW sent him owned the objects that were in the house of the prophets, I'll send them and so on and so forth. Then he will go last but not least, to go to the traits of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the characteristics of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala and other things of such short and he will finish it off with viewing the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with seeing the messenger sallallahu Okay, so this book is also giving you an opportunity to see the messenger sallallahu it was suddenly What I mean by that

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is that to recognize whether your vision of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was accurate, and many times do people read this book and if they do it with much Eman and much hope to actually view the messenger during the read a loss of kindness

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Without it gives them the tofield to see the messenger in a dream, and then they can actually see what they were reading about. And that's why I met Timothy, he started off his book with what he started off his book with the physical traits. Then he got you to love the messenger, physical traits and also the possessions so that's physical. Then he gets you to love the messenger through recognizing the type of sacrifices he had made for the oma for Allah subhana wa tada to get closer to Allah subhana wa tada and his attributes at large. So then he starts talking about the attributes the way he was the law, the way he was, with his family, the way you know different things of that

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sort. So you start to now love the messenger.

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And then after you love the messenger, hoping that you may actually get to see the messenger, you will then start talking about viewing the messenger in the dream I asked Allah subhana wa tada to give us a trophy to see the profits are a long way to send them because it's possible to see that's why the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said model it phenomenon

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further on he initiated later method will be whoever sees me in a dream that indeed have a shorty he has seen me why because the because the sheriff on he does not end up actually inhibiting or he does not end up getting the same form and the same shape as me. So this is the book Shama Timothy and inshallah tada after the defeat of Allah and the leave of Allah. We will be studying this book entirely from cover to cover. It's about 400 Hadeeth. And as I said, the subject is all Shema in primarily and tertiary secondarily, all of that related to the messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam specifically, and specifically why I chose Shama in a Timothy Bible Isa.

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Right. The reason why I chose that I've already said Timothy, is because of the fact that many, many scholars, many scholars had, you know, written about how beautiful this particular book is. And I'll just quote, one scholar, for that matter, maybe two, depending on what I can see over here. One scholar is what I'm going to call moolah recording, or to start with one, if we need more we'll call

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a party he says that from the best of what has been written mean as an email sniffer

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fisherman, he was sloppy from the best of what has been written. Okay about the Shema in and about the flock of the messenger is the book of economic theory that is very concise, and yet very precise as well. It has almost everything you need, they're in as well. And it is complete. It's a complete work it has all of the information that you need, right. The best of what has been written in such nature is what he says this is the book of Mr. Timothy that was written by that was written by the name of Shama, nubby, and it was also known as Shama and mohammedia. And it was also known as Shama in the tyranny. I asked Allah subhanho wa Taala to give us the TOEFL practice to convey I asked

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Allah subhana wa tada to give us a trophy also to complete just as he has given us the trophy to to start because for every beginning, there is a completion and a loss of kinda without it helps us begin and Allah subhanho wa Taala helps us end and Allah subhanho wa Taala helps us get through ask Allah again for the help throughout these classes. ask Allah subhana wa tada to accept throughout these classes was some of the law where Allah say you need I'm committed. What Allah Allah He will be here marine

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