The Prophecy Of The Skyscrapers

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Chateau ilaha illallah wa Sharika wash I do under Mohammed Abu Bakr solo yada yada the in Tapachula have come to karate while at a Moto 911 to Muslim. Yeah Johanna SUTA Cora documentary follow hakomi NAFSA Hina bahala caminho has our Jaha bathtime in Houma rial and Kathira when he is a watercolor Hala Rita's Aluna b He will have in Allahu La Cooperativa. Yeah y'all Alina am on the top hula hula hula cauldon sadita your sled Akuma Amala como para la Madonna robocall mama yo de la sala, who felt that the fans of housing or the ameba. Shala will continue the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the hadith of Gibreel when it came to the companions, and ask the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam multiple questions to teach the companions the deen of Allah subhanho wa taala. So he says, After last week, we covered that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was asked about what were some of the signs of the day of judgment if he didn't know know when the hour was, what were some of the things that were going to happen before the hour.

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And then he says, After mentioning that, he mentioned that an

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intelligent and tele dilemma to Roberta, that a female servant will give birth to her master and we mentioned some of the differences of opinion in relation to that. And what it means we'll move on to the next line in which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said, One therell who had brought

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Allah Allah to

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get to Babylonia, filopodia. And another narration, the Aisha yet of our Luna, Phil Bonilla. And here the Prophet Salam said, We're internal

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and hillfort Allah, Allah, Allah, that you will see some you'll see people who are who fat, fat are people happy is one who walks barefoot. So you'll see people who walk who used to walk barefoot.

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Meaning these were, you know, so poor,

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that they don't even have shoes to wear. Because most it doesn't matter how poor you are. Right? It doesn't really matter how poor you are.

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Most people have shoes to wear. And it can either mean that they're very poor, because they don't have shoes. Or they're very, very coarse and harsh and then deliver the desert and you know, they're used to that. The feet, they just walk without shoes. Either way, these are people who

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the Prophet someone mentioned that.

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And one thorough covert Aurora, those who are naked,

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naked, which means what that means they do not have clothes. Does that mean they walk around naked? No, it means that they barely have any clothes. They barely have any clothes, or clothes, it's enough for them to wear and that they're so poor, that the bears they barely have the they hardly have the bare minimum.

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Just like during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. There were some companions.

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There were some companions who had just one piece of piece of clothing.

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I'm not talking about one piece of clothing, one piece a sheet only, and that she was not enough for them. So they would cover themselves.

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And they would just cover the bottom lower area or part. And of course when it's time to pray,

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what do they do they you pray without wearing a shirt or without covering anything over? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Of course, he prohibited he probably prohibited us from

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praying now you suddenly at law you saw Leanna had a kombucha, Kashi for it. Hi RTP Lana, one of you pray with both of his shoulders uncovered.

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Like don't pray with your shoulders uncovered. And so that's why they used to tie their shoe the they tie their czar their lower garment, which is you know, the my waist, they would tie on the next. And of course, when you tie it on your next you cover your shoulders, but there, it's going to be very short.

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It's going to be very, very short when you only have one sheet, you know, like it's like putting, you know, you know, your sarong or my waist, on your neck. And that's it, you're tying and so that's why the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the masjid, the companions were so poor, many of them didn't have anything to wear. Except for one cloth that the Prophet sallallahu said.

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He commanded the woman,

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woman who used to come to the masjid. And they, of course would pray in the back of the masjid.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would tell them, Don't raise your heads yet, until the men have completely,

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completely sat down. Don't raise your hands here. And now the men have completely sat down. That means when the prophets have a lot, it's amazing. So June,

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he's telling the woman that when you hear Allahu Akbar, wait a little bit, and then when the woman the men have already sat up straight, then they would, then they would, they could raise their heads. Why? Because it was so short. When you're coming from recall, or you don't want, you know, you go down same time. But when you're coming back up, don't come back up before the men do, or the same time as the men wait a little bit. And that's why NSF American or the law, and some of the other companions, they said they were so poor, that they will used to wear like, like kids, adults used to wear like kids, what does that mean? Their time of the Prophet, so a lot less, some of the

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kids, you know, they don't wear both, right, so their mothers would have one sheet one is our, you know, like, during the time of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi, wasallam, if you look at, you know, some of the old pictures of like, the Greeks and so what they were told us, where they would wrap their heads themselves, it was just, you know, it was the, it was simple, right, the poor people, if you want to get out and you wear something simple, you know, like, most of us, we don't realize, the stitching,

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and the clothing and the pants that we wear, we take that for granted.

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There was a time in which people that was difficult for them. In fact, even color,

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color that we take for granted. In the old days, people didn't have different colored cloth, because it was expensive to make.

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Right? It was expensive to me. And especially, you know, in Europe, there was purple, purple with like a clothing, color of royalty, because it was very difficult to,

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to make to have now that we have so many amenities we don't realize we don't appreciate, we don't how appreciate what we have, until you start going back and reading about some of the conditions of the companions. So there's during the time,

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during the time of the Prophet sallallahu, some of them were very, very poor. But here the Messenger of Allah Allah is as mentioning another time

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and this time will be near the Day of Judgment, that you will you will find a girl who fat and Bharat Allah Allah, Shia, re I shy.

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These are shepherds. And these shepherds were very, very, very poor. You have to understand in Arabia before the discovery of oil before petroleum,

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people who are very, very poor,

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extremely poor,

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so much so that they used to,

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you know, they used to wait for Hajj to come.

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These deferred for Hajj to come, the people of Mecca would benefit a lot because of the business. And I remember even my uncle, Uncle when he was there before World War Two, he used to study at Mecca. And he said, you know, he was able to because you know my grandfather was he had he was he was wealthy enough to send his children to study overseas.

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And so he would have money when he would come. He would come to Mecca. And there'll be so many poor people that you would give this person and they have more people. And the people are Metcalf and the Arabs. They were the arm so at that time, they're extremely poor, extremely poor. And now of course, after discovery, petroleum, it's, you know, it's the conditions have improved somewhat.

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But before you have these people, the same people, you know, they were in the desert. They didn't have anything. The people in Dubai, what did they use, what would they How did they make a living?

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They used to go down to the, the ocean, the sea and they will die. They will pearl divers, they will bring pearls they will look for and you know, for those who have been there, the whole That area has a lot of

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lot of oysters and shells and so forth. And so they would dive looking for pearls so they could sell. And to this day, there's some areas, some of them still not that men do by itself. But you don't hear there's nothing, there's nothing, just in a few years. And so the profit someone, if someone he mentioned this, when he mentioned, some of the scholars have mentioned that one of the meanings, one of the meanings of the Hadith, in which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I didn't tell you the amateur robata that a woman will give birth to her master. How does a woman give birth to her master, if when things become things come very quickly, where to the point where a

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slave all of a sudden becomes a

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slave, all of a sudden, gives birth, a woman gives birth. And then and then of course, after that, he becomes her master, because of you know, because there's so many things that are happening so quickly. So many things are happening so quickly. And the indication here that, as we mentioned last time, in relation to that, that everything happens very, very quickly. So the conditions change the hour, the signs of the hour, come very quickly, one after the other. And so if you look at just 510 years ago, only, like 20 years ago, and Dubai, or if you look at the market, or even in, you know, some of the some of the areas, just not even you know, not even because of the oil, right? That

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everything changed so quickly, because Dubai itself doesn't have a lot of one

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that doesn't, they don't have a lot of well, but things have changed quickly to the point where now it's a tourist destination. Like Europeans go there and the wealthiest of the wealthy, they go there, right, they go there and they spend their money. Like you have other places, you have five star hotels, they have seven star hotels,

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with the tallest buildings. And so the Prophet sallallahu said these people would who were they?

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If you look at the old pictures,

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the old pictures of those same people.

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If you don't believe me, there are some documentaries about you know, when they first had the video, and they have a documentary about a lot people were there in present day, a lot of how they used to go down. And they would die for pearls.

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If you see what they walk around when they walk around, look at the it's actually colored color. This is not before color, no videos, it's actually if you look at it this on YouTube, for those who want to check it up. They walk around look at it, when they walk in and around the same people who are now in palaces.

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Or do now who whose children are now in palaces and what are they? How do they walk around barefoot?

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Not only around barefoot, the whole,

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the whole documentary. When you look at them, half the time, they only have showed up

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half the time, they don't even have the shirt.

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They have their little easel, or some shorts, because they're always in the water digging and even when they come back out. They just normal.

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It's normal. That's their job, their work, they come up. And this documentary has the actually the people barely have any clothes.

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They barely have any clothing. I'm not saying that. This is I mean, this is this is what the Prophet have mentioned or meeting and so forth. When we speak about the size of their judgment. We never say for certain, but it's it's just as clear as you can get almost. And these are also then you have the shepherds in those areas. And you look at it. You look at those the video

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and it's less than less than 50 years ago. Do you see those shepherds? They're exactly how the Prophet some of them described.

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walk around barefoot.

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It's hard to walk barefoot it right.

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It is especially in the heat.

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That's tough, but their feet are so callous. They walk around barefoot in that same area right now. One of the most you know the one of the most

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built up area with buildings, skyscrapers

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and the prophets of Allah. They have some said when you see these people, you have to have our own filopodia When you see them competing and building tall buildings

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They know that the day of judgment is there.

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Know that the day of judgment, isn't there?

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And so

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some people might say, well, have we seen that? Is this the sign sign of the prophets I mentioned, no matter how you think it is, maybe it could even be more clear.

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It can be even more clear Subhanallah sometimes it's even more clear. And because why am I saying this? Because so many people

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when they read this hadith

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100 years ago?

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And they're like, yes,

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yes. And Medina, or 100, or a couple of 100 years ago, you asked the Medina, we only had two stories. Now look at what's going on three, four storey buildings.

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And so they're like, they are applying this hadith to that situation.

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And some people might say, well, oh, maybe that's it. For stories, no, we're not talking about four storey

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buildings that are so high, you can't open your window because there's no, not enough oxygen.

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You can't open your window because there's not enough oxygen.

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And the temperature up there is so high, that it can be hot, and up on the top 20 degrees cooler, cooler.

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at 20 degrees cooler, you can't even imagine that, like if the companions are hearing this, and some of the scholars are for their hearing this. Now Allah knows best. If this is just the beginning or even, it might even get higher. Now Allah Subhana Allah knows best. But if we were to apply to this, if we if this is all we have right now.

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It is

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as clear as it can get. Right now, those same people. So the so why are we making this, when we're speaking about this, our faith in our image should go even higher.

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We should say subhanallah.

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Like this should remind us to do good deeds

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should remind us to repent to Allah subhanho wa Taala because when the change comes, it comes very, very quickly.

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When the hour comes in the sign of the hour, and the trials and tribulations that come it come very quickly. And things can change very, very quickly.

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conditions can change very, very quickly.

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And so all we can do is we can we can do as we prepare ourselves. And that's why when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa settlements certainly would speak about the hour. Anyone would ask about it. When is it he said Mother I that teller? What did you prepare for? It's not about when it is but what are you? What are you doing?

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Like what reasons what practicals that actions are you taking to prepare for because that's more important. Your preference preparation for and then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the continuation of the Hadith. Samantha mental Aha. And then the real after he finishes, he leaves further with too many further with to Maria. And so I spent some time

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meaning Malaya is a long period of time actually, some of the scholars have mentioned this is Malaya means means three days. Some scholars have mentioned more than that. But we know that ultimately is Zemon at the wheel. Like not Allah not a short period of time. Pretty much.

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You know, he left me for a long time. Like Allah subhana wa says, We're doing an email here.

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Why God and Surah Surah Maria, what's your name Maria. And he says, you know, the Prophet, Ibrahim's father says to you leave me alone. Leave me for a long time. Get out.

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I don't want to see you for a long time.

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I don't want to see you again. Leave me for a long time. So and so I'll money is a long time. So what does that mean?

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So my colleague, Samantha Yaga. And then afterwards, he said, Oh my so what what's the what's the possibility here? So in the scholars have mentioned that

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all this whole incident that happened? Nobody knew that this was Jubilee at that moment.

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Nobody knew some people were just thinking this is a Bedouin that's coming to ask a question. And you know, the Bedouins when they come to ask

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They ask basic questions.

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They ask fundamental questions, how to pray, how to make will do. What is pillars of Islam. And this is what the Bedouins do. When they come, they ask. And so Gibreel This is the real but no one the whole gathering

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does not know

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until he finally leaves

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the mandala Kafala with 2 million, so I left it at that for a while. I left it at that for a while, some magalia Omar, then he said, Omar, maybe the Prophet saw him again later on. And he says, oh, Omar,

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he says, oh, Ma,

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otherwise well, if he's sitting down with everybody else,

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right, he could be. Why was this? Why is he speaking? Just Omar? Omar is not even asking the question.

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Right? So maybe later on. He says, Omar is that oh Yama at that dream? And he said,

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Do you know who the questioner is? That person who came to ask questions, both to Allahu Allahu Allahu wa rasuluh Allah, Allah Who wa rasuluh Allah, that Allah and His Messenger know best. What does that mean? That means Omar didn't know, he didn't know. He didn't know. He said, Allah Azza wa rasuluh Allah. And then he says call for inevitability. Surely you know that? That was definitely debri. That was gibril energy wave. And so he says that that was Gibreel. And notice that the Prophet Solomon said he attended the minus side? And do you know who that was? And here,

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this is the method and when you're teaching people, it's really, really nice. It's, it's, it's better? If you ask the question, because when somebody asks a question, then normally, when you ask the question, when somebody asks a question that you retain it more, you remember it more. So if you want to teach your children when you don't have to really have a, an official gathering, or, or a formal gathering, or you're sitting down, you might be in a car, you might be just, you know, driving, or sometimes you you know, you're doing something at home, then your children come and you ask them a question. Because when you ask them a question, they're ready to, they're ready to

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listen. So you want to teach something, it's always good to ask the question, it's always good to ask a question. Or if they'll come to ask you a question, then take advantage of that and teach more than that. Also, I remember I don't know if I told you guys already I,

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you know,

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I have

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a have a driver's license Alhamdulillah.

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But do you know how you got my high pass my my my test?

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My test, like driver's test?

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I didn't, I didn't read a single page of the drivers booklet. I didn't read a single page.

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And then when I took the test, I still passed it.

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I didn't read a single page.

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I didn't.

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Not that I didn't. I didn't know that I was supposed to take a written test.

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So I went to get my

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permit driver's permit, right? When I went to get my driver's permit, before, you could get your driver's permit without taking the written test.

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Right. And then when I went they changed it. They said, No, no, we have to, if you want to get your permit, you have to get your driver's test, or you have to take the test. So I'm expect so I go, when I went to the

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the licensing office,

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I went and I took the I took the booklet. Right, I took the booklet and then I went and went in line and went in line to try to get the, you know, the permit, and I thought I was just gonna get the permit and then go home and read it.

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And then, you know, when I after I study it, I'll come back. And I'll take the test next time, right. And then after you take the test, you could take the driver's test, you pass it, but I didn't know that they changed. So I went. I said, I want to get a permit. And they said, No, you have to take the driver's you have to take the written test first. Like I didn't read this whole I didn't read anything yet. Not a single page of it. How am I supposed to like I might as well I'm already here. You know, I don't want to line up again. I'm not even expecting to pass. Like let me just take it at least in a good experience.

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If I pass I'll have the left now we'll come back again, right. And I went and I took the test hands

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Learn I did pretty good. I currently, I think, you know, I had like many questions remaining still. I didn't take all because once you get to a certain point you already pass. You don't have to take any more questions because you already, you've already passed away. They don't they don't ask you anymore. I got to the point where I didn't, I didn't I think I made maybe one. One mistake only write only one mistake.

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Like, after I finished. How did I pass?

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How did I pass?

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Anyway know how I passed without studying anything about?

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You might say, yeah, it's common sense. But you go go go tell your children to go to common sense and try to do that

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you get you get, but how do you guess all of them right?

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Can you guess All right, without studying? You might get you know, you might miss out. Or you might get some right.

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Yeah, I don't know how much it is. But I don't know how much it was. But I didn't. I didn't miss.

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And it wasn't like, common sense. Some of it right. It was like, you know, you're just guessing. But at the same time, do you know how I pass? But there's, there's no way you can just never read it?

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And then, like pass perfectly. Right? That I was thinking I said, oh, so how do I know the answer to all those things? Without reading a single page of the book?

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Then I realized, wow, I the reason why I knew the answer

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I've been taught how to drive. Since I was young. Since I was a kid.

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How? When did I get one when did wouldn't wouldn't who taught me?

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My father used to always ask me questions.

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But you know, we're in the back of the seat, we're back. If he doesn't ask questions, then then you know, it will cause problems.

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And so what he used to do was, and I used to be in the car with him a lot, right? And so the way that he used to teach me, we never had any form of gathering or sitting like I'm going to teach you how to eat. Let me teach you.

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Whenever you had time, you would ask a question.

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Like, do you know how to play solitaire? Janaza it we're going. So that didn't Janessa? Like he was like, Do you know how to pray?

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No, I don't know how to pray. And then he would tell me he said okay, this what you read, and Fatiha first, and I remember him teaching us. We're in an E prayer. Do you know how many rockers how many times we rot? So he's asking me every time we get in the car, he asked me a question. And when we go far,

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he has a lot of quote, he doesn't have enough questions.

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He runs out of questions. Like you can only have, you know, in your mind, you only have so many questions. So like, okay, you can see that side over there. Do you know what that means?

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So while I'm driving, I remember driving over the you know, we used to go to work. And in Oregon fact, we used to drive he used to drive and sometimes I would go with him once in a while. And so that's a long trip. So we'll see like, you see that, that sign?

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The sign says no passing, see these lines. If you see the solid line, that means if you're on this side, you can't go the other side. And so I remember everything because he ran out of questions

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here and other questions to ask. And he used to never sit down and teach like that, but he will always ask me and any book that he would read, he would share it with me. Only when we're when we're driving or when he would just Just out of nowhere out of nowhere. And so I said okay, I knew the answers to all of these questions.

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Because I remember what he used to ask me

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and that's why so it's not because I'm smarter or anything like that

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yeah, that sounds cheesy.

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But through those since I was a kid, the whole time he the times when when he would run out of questions he would ask me about driving.

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Because there's that's that's that's what you see when you're driving. What do you see? You see signs right? This Hey, do you know what that is? Do you know what areas you can't pass? He just says no passing. Then he would tell me says you can't pass up. When you're on a hill you can't pass only a bridge you can't pass when you're this place, you know like intersection you kept I still remember to this day. I remember that I didn't I never read it in the book.

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I never read any book at all whatsoever. But I still remember to this day I still remember when he even told me that you didn't like me because it wasn't really it was because he wanted he wanted to. He ran out of questions. It was the way that he was meaning the way that he taught me. And then I started reading. And you see that, hey, you know, that's what the Prophet Solomon did. It was kind of the Sunnah of the Prophet of Allah. So when he saw Abdullah have now Basara de la I know. He said, you know, Abdullah Abdullah, he said, I was behind the Prophet salallahu Alaihe, Salam inna and a donkey. And he turned around and he says, he says, it turned around, and he says, Yeah, hola.

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In your alley, mocha Kalamata.

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So young boy, let me teach you something.

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Right. Let me teach you something. That's when he was on, on a thing. And then I really when I remember reading that hadith, and the chef mentioned that to me, as I Suhana like my father was applying this idea. And I didn't even realize it. I was learning so much. And I didn't even know what

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I thought he was just like, you know, this meant to talk to me.

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But you didn't feel it didn't feel like it. You know, sometimes you tell your children. Hey, son, come on, sit down. I'm gonna teach you something.

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So every time we have road trips, we go anywhere.

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Take advantage of it. So if your children come home, ask them. And this is what the Prophet sallallahu did. So here, he says, Omar Macatawa de la and he said, or Omar dreamin is

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he said, Do you know who that person was? That came?

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Who initiated it?

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The messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Oh, might even have to ask. But he probably knew that he was cute. People are curious. Probably. Why is this man dressed like that? And why is he like that? Like doesn't really make sense. So when he when he saw maybe Armando photogra de la not having, you know, his gesture and everything like that. He said, Oh, Omar, this is later on of course. And Allah knows best. Mrs. The aroma, identity minister. Do you know who the who the person who's asking a person who asked that question in algebra one. That was God. I tell you our limo container. He came to teach you your deen and came to teach you your deen. So what are some of the

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things that we learned from this hadith

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are some of the benefits we can extract from this hadith. One benefit is we see the

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the humbleness and the character of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Because the messenger of allah sallallahu Sallam used to sit down with the Companions

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is to sit down with the companions. And you know, you have some people who, they're very arrogant, they don't sit down with everybody.

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You know, they don't have time for, for, for for the people. They don't sit down with the people. So here we see the Waldo of the Messenger of Allah, Allah Allah, so the, the humility of the prophets of Allah, Allah Himself. And we know that the prophets of Allah, Allah was very humble.

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And fact sometimes a man or a girl, a young girl,

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like a younger

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would come and would see the Prophet saw himself and then he or she would grab the prophets of Allah isms. And, and she would take

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he would, she would take the profits out of his hands because like, and, and bring him to the city to walk, walk around, walk in the streets. Imagine here, this young girl says, Oh, how can you come here? Come here, and she's grabbing the Prophet Solomon's hand. This young girl,

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and you know what this girl wanted?

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She needed something. He said, No, I need someone to like to milk, my, my, my sheep

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And the Prophet someday say hey, what are you going? Where are you taking me? Who are you? What do you want? So the Prophet sallallahu why why did this girl do is able to do that? Because the Prophet saw the light in his demeanor and his character. Everyone felt comfortable.

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Everyone felt comfortable. Everyone felt the compassion of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the love of the prophets, Allah lives. Because if you walk around nowadays and some people, right, if a young kid

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is you know, in some massages Hamdulillah we have

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wonderful kids here. But with some some massages you have the kids are playing. When the uncle comes paperclips.

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The kids disperse and they run away. Right

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In this first, and they will not run away because they're afraid. But with the messenger of allah sallallahu even the children felt so comfortable. And even his grandchildren, you know, while he's praying in the masjid, Al Hassan Al Jose, they got in the back of the prophets, Allah, they were playing on him when he was making sujood. Now I want you to think about this. Do you think this is the first time they did?

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Do you think that's the first time they did that know that they got in the back of the Prophet Solomon? Is that the first time? No. What do you think he they What are you think that he did this before? He that means he was always at home. I used to play with them. He used to play with them. He spent time with his grandchildren and he's playing with them. Otherwise, if it's not, if they haven't, they never did this before. They see him in Morocco. So you they're not going to jump on his back. Or they're not going to jump on his back. They jumped on his back. And they're pretending to ride you know, ride a cat or horse whatever.

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On the on the profits on the back because he's used to he's playing he used to play with him at home. And that's why when they see him in the sujood they jump on him and the prophets of Allah Allah said, listen, the amazing thing was, you know, he didn't get up quickly. And after prayer they What do you guys doing? I am praying? No, he stayed in subdued for so long.

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For so long, that the Companions thought the worse.

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Like in their mind, what happened?

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What happened? Why are we unscheduled so long? Imagine it's due to so long that some companions got up, like what's going on?

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Like in this dude, how long do you think it takes before someone stands up? They said, the Imam goes and said you'd really love how long do you think it's gonna take before someone sits up and says what's going on here? Or they're afraid? Maybe someone's hurt? Or maybe the province of Ontario to think they're thinking the worst? Maybe?

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And then they get up and what do they see?

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As no sign on top of the province of the law, his back on his back. And then listen to what he says after he finished his prayer.

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He turns around and he knows that he went he wasn't scheduled for a very long.

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He says he says yes, I know you guys, you know, like, because everyone is wondering.

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And he says, You know, I stayed there because I didn't want to disturb them in their play.

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He's praying, you normally would say these guys are disturbing me and my pray. But now he's like, I don't want to disturb them in their play.

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Opposite, I didn't want to disturb them in their place. I just kept them remaining. Institude that was the character of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that was the humbleness of the Messenger of Allah and Allah Allah has that A will a girl can grab him by the hand and walk him into the streets of Medina to try to because she wants him to help him with something

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like that was how the Messenger of Allah Salam was happy Ramadan min Allah He Linda la Furby ma rahmati Amin Allah He Linda LA home, and because of the Mercy of Allah of your Lord,

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you will kind to them

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Well, I wouldn't have been a little while Bill and fog dome and howling. If you were harsh, cold hearted, then they would have fled from them they would have gotten but the prophets of Allah that He was set up was very gentle and very, very kind I used in my I need to

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hurry soon. Alaikum bill me Nina rovr, Rahim.

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Everything any any hardship that you feel, he feels that also

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the prophets are learning.

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And so the so the prophets of Allah is of use to sit, used to sit with the companions and shelters to Waldo. And also

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here, we see that the prophets of Allah I'm used to sit, but you know, some of the scholars are mentioned, like, of course, the messenger of allah sallallahu wasallam, when he was sit with him, it was set forth for things that were considered. They are very, very beneficial. You don't want to sit down and just waste your time and waste your time away. And so the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wanted to, that's one of the things that's one of the, the character, of course, that's of the many characters that are praiseworthy, and he has he of course, has the most praiseworthy of characteristics amongst all of humanity because Allah Himself, He, Himself testified

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when Nick

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Hola Hola. Hola que now the U O Muhammad, are of high moral manners, high in terms of your, your manners, and your character. Another thing that we benefit from this hadith is Anil melodica alayhi wa sallam you can, you should actually be ushered in various Kalama, like, like we learned from this, that the angels can take the form of other things besides, besides, you know, besides their natural form, that means they can change forms, they can take the form of other

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either whether it's a man or any other form that Allah subhanaw taala wants to take. So, they can take form different forms. So, Jibreel sometimes would come in the form of a man like here, right. And so, he came into a form in the form of a man dressed very nicely in pure in pure white. And sometimes he would come to the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, in the form of a companion.

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And, you know, when he would come, he would choose, anybody know, the companion that he would always come in the form of, often?

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You know, because if someone comes to the prophets of Allah,

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if it's uveal Gibreel, is coming in His original form, or in a form that strange, right, strange form? Or is it coming almost as a stranger? It attracts a lot of attention, right? Because, hey, who is this? Is he going to harm the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And the other companions might, you know, Mike, might come and say, who are you? What are you doing? Where are you going? They might question him, right. So he would come in the form of a companion that they would know.

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Anybody know that that particular companion that he would typically like to come in on

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the name of the company, he would choose a companion by the name of the kalbi.

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Anybody know why?

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Because he was the most

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of all the companions. He was, he was handsome. So you know, he didn't want to come as an ugly fruit handler.

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But of course, were amazing, right? But there are some who are extremely handsome, who are known. Okay, this guy's handsome. So deep really, when he comes. He used to come in the form of Kelby because he was known to be someone who was very, very handsome now comes, nobody's going to have any. Now nobody's going to have any doubts or anything like that. They think

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that but it's not it's Gibreel he's coming to the profit center lives in the form of the hill Kelby. And of course, we know that the angels angels throughout history

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are known to be beautiful characters, beautiful. They're always known to be beautiful, beautiful.

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Even though even though people might not see them in their original form, if they take the form of a man, they always take the form of the most beautiful and the best

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unless there's a reason for it, right, even during the time of profit,

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profit load in Prophet Ibrahim and when they came to profitable,

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what are the men there?

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I was a villa

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those people they like oh wow.

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Some beautiful people just came here, right these are like sick people, sick people, they see the angels and of course angels come in the form of you know, looking very beautiful,

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the most handsome or the most beautiful form that they can and even you know in a in the story of proper use of

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when proper use of comes in. What did the woman say?

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Marhaba Bashara, Maha Bashar. This is not a man marhaba Bashar in hada il

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mannequin Karim

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il in her Illa Mala lamella couldn't get him. This is not Oh, so, this is

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the this is not a man.

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This is not a man.

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This is but a noble Angel.

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When they saw Prophet Yusuf, someone that Hanser must be an angel. So angels, even in that society before, were known to be very, very beautiful.

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Which means that they throughout history, they every time they want to take a form of something, they usually take the form of something very, very beautiful. But at the same time, the angels can also come in the form and it's very, very scary. Also,

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you'd like when a person passes away

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They have good deeds and then the angel comes in the most beautiful form.

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But when someone was a caveat, disbelievers, the angels come in the form that's most frightening,

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the most frightening

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that's, that's unimaginable.

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And so the form so what we learn from this hadith is that the angels can also come in different forms, and they come in the form of usually someone who was very beautiful and here and this time, the video came in as a as a better way, came in as a Bedouin.

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And also, when Gibreel came

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he says, attack only you leave a container. He came to teach you, your deen

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he came to teach you, your dean. And so the way that the problem the way that Gibreel sat when he was with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam for us network with a healer acquittee

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Although I cafe, Allah, He, they he. And so he, he sat, how did he sit? He sat with his knees pointing at the prophets of Allah Valley herself. So there's different ways, right? That you can sit and some different ways of you can sit are considered very, very rude. Right? considered very, very rude. And I mentioned, I mentioned again, for those who didn't hear, in some cultures, in some cultures, it's considered very rude to sit with your feet straight up, see, like, my son here. That's

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that's very rude. He's an American, so it's okay. Americans, they don't know how many manners

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but how do people used to sit?

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How do people sit?

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They used to sit, see watch all about

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what their knees straight ahead.

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knees straight like that. And the bill came to show also that when you're learning your deen to teach them also matters, the teacher manners and to teach him, Atticus.

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And so, but at the same time, you also have to understand that in different cultures, some cultures deem certain actions to be very rude. And some cultures deem certain actions to be okay.

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Yeah, the best thing of course, is to follow the etiquette stereotype in the Hadith and the time of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, but when it comes to this, these actions, these factors, it's not mandatory.

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When it comes to etiquettes and adab, and so forth. It's not mandatory. That means, let's say for example, I'll give you an example, during the time of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam. That by you, but you also have to respect if if your guest of your host

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feels like a certain thing is rude, they don't do it. So I'll give you an example. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came to Medina

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at the beginning, he didn't have a place to stay. Right? He didn't have a house to stay. And by the way, if you guys are uncomfortable, you're like sitting like that because sometimes for us, it's uncomfortable. You're not used to it you go like something you know, we'd say like cross legged, like my like the brother sitting like that. A new Muslim can't say like that.

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Oh, if he's okay, and no Muslim was not used to it's always an in chairs, and couches all live. And you make them say like that, his his, his bones, his knees are not used to be in that position. So I know every single time, every single time my brother sometimes when the brothers want to get married right to to a sister, you know, they recently accepted this law. And when when they come to the masjid or when they're sitting down, you see when they're sitting cross, everyone's sitting cross legged sitting on the floor for us as Muslims, we're used to that the Masjid. But you know, that's why in their churches, they don't sit on the floor

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where they sit in churches and their benches, they have those benches, they sit there not used to sitting, they never sit on the ground, but in the ears, where you're used to sitting on the ground. So you'll see like some of the brothers receive stuff this land, they're sitting down, and they're sitting down, they're like having a hard time the knees are like way up here.

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And they can't because they're not used to it because you know, like, your body is not used to that. Even prayer when you're sitting down in prayer. Like after a while then your your your your muscles and your ligaments are stretched in a way that for us we're used to but for the

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Those who are not able to, or not used to, they can't sit like that. They can't even sit like, like with your butt. So if that's difficult for you, it's okay just, you know, sit, as long as it's still considered respectful and not disrespectful. It's okay. Like it. In fact, believe it or not like him, see my son, he put his leg straight out. Like I said, That was rude, and nonsense like that. If he's in Asia, that's still rude

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isn't Asia, that is still rude.

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I used to, I used to, I told you guys, before I went, I went to my first time I went back to Cambodia and Vietnam, I went back. And of course, sometimes they invite you to their house. And I'm sitting just like that. Sitting just like that. And you know why I'm sitting like that, because I see all the elders sitting like that. Everybody's sitting like that.

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Right? And they, and then after, after a while, when I sit like that. Somebody always says this to me. Somebody looks at me. And they say, everybody is okay, you can sit like that. I'm looking at him.

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Of course, I can sit like this. I'm also supposed to you guys are all sitting like that, too.

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Right? You guys are all sitting like that, too. And like, why are you telling me I can see like that. You sitting like that? Say I'm sitting like you, right? And so I'm like, I didn't think anything of it. You know that thing? I go to another house. The same thing. Another brother looks at me and says, I'm delighted. Okay, you can sit like that.

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I have no idea what's going on. Right? I'm just sitting cross legged. It's okay. You can say like that. And I'm like,

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what's wrong? Why are they telling me I can say like,

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I don't see anything wrong. I have no idea what's going on. I go to another house the same thing. After three times, I'm like, what's going on? Why are they telling me I could sit like this. I didn't ask until I actually I went to Malaysia.

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And I was with my uncle. And he was sitting with his students.

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And his students were over 767 in the youngest, like 60 something years old. They had been studying and they stayed in his house. He was at that time almost 100.

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Allah Subhana Allah gave him a very low. That's the one that went to study in, in Makkah.

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And so he was teaching his students he was teaching. I think so that'd be that would work. He traveled a car.

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And so he was teaching them and they had their books. And this was in his house.

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And they're sitting like that.

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So I come down, and I sit like that also. So he looks at me. So you can see like that, like, oh, there's something wrong here now.

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Like, even here in Malaysia, he's telling me I can sit like that. But he's, of course, you know, originally from Vietnam also. Okay, you can see it like that. And I'm just the young guy. And I was like, I think I was like, 1920 years old. 20 years old. 1920. I mean, younger.

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I used to sit.

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And I didn't know until finally I met somebody.

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Somebody from America from Seattle.

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He came to visit Malaysia also

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have a question for you.

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Like, I don't know why people maybe you know, it's not like, Hey, you were from Seattle. You're from Seattle. He's one of it. One of the elders in Seattle, he came to visit someone, also. And I met him there. I said, Can I ask you a question? Like, why is it ever since I've been here?

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Every time I go to somebody's house, they tell me it's okay. You can sit like that.

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He says that he asked me so how do you sit? Just sit cross legged? He

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said no. It says here the elder You're younger than them.

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Young, you're younger than them. You don't sit like that. You're sitting amongst elders. No, you can't sit like that. You have to sit with your knees, pointing at them. Don't sit cross legged. That's very rude. So every time they're telling you that nobody can sit like that. What they're saying to you is you're from America, you're very rude. But because you're from America, okay? We'll forgive you this time.

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We'll forgive you. That's what they were saying. Well forgive you. And you could say like, Oh, forgive you. I didn't ask for forgiveness.

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But I will forgive you. You're so rude. You don't even know. Good from right from wrong.

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And what's acceptable, and what's not acceptable? So it's okay, you can sit like this. It's okay. You can sit like that.

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So Suhana but here, the advocates Gibreel Kay. And the way that he sat also is also to teach, to teach the Companions like you want to sit, you want to seek knowledge. You have to have Matten

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First, you have to humble yourself. You have to humble yourself. And so he's asking him

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when he's asking these questions, and he also says, But notice, he also says something he says, The Hammer hammer.

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He doesn't say yellow sort of law.

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Or message messenger. He says, Yeah, Mohammed, Mohammed.

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Like why? You might think it's rude, right?

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Oh, Mohammed, why did he say yeah, Mohammed?

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Because none of the Companions would say such thing was what would speak to the Prophet Salaam in such a manner.

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The reason why he did that is so that people didn't would not know that he was Gibreel.

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Because he was pretending to be a Bedouin.

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He could, he could easily come and pretend to be, you know, it could sit down can come in the form of any other companion. But it's coming in the form of a Bedouin because when the Bedouins come, they ask questions are very basic and fundamental that the people need. And so he came to teach them and their deen and so but he also wants to make them think that he's still a Bedouin and they don't know they still think he's a Bedouin. Even though there are signs that hey, this is strange Bedouin

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there's a handsome looking better when

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Oh, nice clothing, you usually Bedouins Yeah, they don't wear nice clothing like that they have Duster has been shoveled. And but this guy is clean. Me in all white, all white men, it's not even dirty. It says he just watched it and they put it on brand new clothing coming and asking because he really wants to look nice. And also an indication on your study. You go and you know, like, out of respect, you should look nice also. And that's why

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a Lima Malik Rahim Allah at Imam Malik, whenever he would, he would start his class, he would always were the best colony.

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Because you know, you're teaching the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu. And he would wear the best perfume also, out of respect. And this is part of etiquette and manners, what we learn from, from debrief

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and when it comes to seeking knowledge. And so

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this indicates also it's permissible. It's permissible for some good

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Gibreel is not lying, but he's tried to hide. He's tried to hide the fact that he's God. Because if he doesn't hide the fact that he's Gibreel, then people are going to do this, there's going to be it's not going to be normal. The situation is going to be Oh, Gibreel is here. Everybody's like, Ah, come on, guys. Luck.

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This is Gibreel. And you know, he's going to ask, it's going to, you know, cause a little more turmoil. So here he's trying to keep it low.

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Not cause too much commotion, but at the same time, teach them their D. So he says, Yeah, Mohamed, because if he would have spoken differently, people are like, Who is this? This person knows his Deen. But the Bedouins now he's so he's he's trying to, he's trying to hide the fact that he that he's Gibreel and pretending to be a better way. So to pretend to be someone for the goodness of for the benefit, as long as you're not lying. He's not lying or anything like that. Yeah, it's not like pigs. Of course. He's just asking the prophets of Allah Himself. So this is called a Tolia. And when he said, Yamaha mentality, amazing and he's just trying to hide the fact that he's Gibreel. And

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that's something that's permissible, while on top of that, and also,

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it shows you even the questioning, the questioning of Gibreel when he asks, When he asked about Islam, What is Islam? It shows up. It shows the importance of it. And that he came when it came to teaching their Deen, what is he teaching them? He's teaching the basics, but he asks about Islam. The first thing is our current Islam, the road the pillars of faith, why? Because that which is mandatory,

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that which is obligatory is that which is most beloved to Allah Subhan Allah

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and the reason why it's obligatory because Allah loves it.

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And that's why you have to prioritize that which is obligatory.

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You have to prioritize that which is mandatory before you do before you turn to the sun or anything else. You know, because there's some people mashallah

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an E day they will never miss me. You didn't come for a you muslim.

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You didn't come to eat you muslim. Right. If you don't come eat, you're not Muslim.

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But the five daily prayers don't see it Juma.

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Oh, maybe

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right and that's obligatory but eat no, no, no, I have to come right at the cuff. So whatever we prioritize, we should prioritize whatever it is, or deed, whatever, lots of Hamlet that prioritizes. So that which is obligatory is prioritize, by and we learned that from the question of the prophets of debris in question the Prophet Solomon and about Islam, because that's the most important thing

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are the five pillars of Islam, the shahada, the prayers is the cat sama Ramadan fasting during Ramadan making?

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These were the things you should prioritize.

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Prioritize. We haven't made hard yet.

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Some people mashallah they've seen half the world Mecca not yet.

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Every single year they plan a vacation

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to go somewhere twice, maybe.

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But Mecca, the backburner

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but you have to prioritize that which is mandatory.

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Prioritize the mandatory prayers, the mandatory fasts. There's a cat giving up the cat and the making of the pilgrimage hatch to the house of a loss of habitat. What that inshallah will continue next week. I'll be here again again next week. Again, as I mentioned Saturday, I won't be here on Sunday. I'll be here in Charlotte Saturday, we have a fundraiser that map's them helping some of the brothers raise for the orphanage over there. By the Chava next week, we'll have the same program on Sunday and Saturday and won't be here and show level. See you guys again Charlemagne. If Allah Subhana Allah wills can we ask Allah Subhana Allah to prolong our life to is obedience and we ask

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Allah subhanaw taala just as he has gathered us here together it's also at the highest level in paradise, which is at number five on masala Robina Mohammed

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Omar will be having DECA Allah Allah Elantra stuff