Channel: Ahsan Hanif
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as I'm sure most of you are aware, our brother Shahab, Osama is away on Hajj. And so I've been asked to cover his Sunday lectures. And since I was going to start my own series after after read insha Allah, which I used to do on a Thursday and inshallah it will continue on a Thursday afternoon, which will be unfair. And inshallah we're going to go through the book Bulu muram of imaginable Haji Rahim Allah, the famous book of Hadith
pertains mainly to fish and the rulings that a person needs to know in their paper that and in their daily lives. So since we are going to go through the Anyway, after, after, I thought what would be a nice introduction to that, and to that series of lectures would be to go through another book of another great scholar of Islam. But this time pertaining to the etiquettes and mannerisms, and the way that a student of knowledge should conduct themselves. One of the things that I've noticed is that we go to many lectures, we attend many conferences, we sit with many scholars, but I think very few of us really know the true etickets of a student of knowledge. And it brings to my mind that
famous statement of the mother of Imam Malik Rahim Allah, who, when Emma Malik was a young boy, she took him by his hand, and she took him to one of his first shells, one of his first teachers, a man by the name of Robbie, Otto, Ronnie rahima, hula. And she took him to him. And she said to him, to her son, go to Robbie Hoffman.
And take from his etickets before you take from his knowledge, and look at this woman, and she wasn't a scholar of Islam, his mother, was anyone famous. She wasn't someone who'd studied with scholars, but she knew the basics. This was something which was known to the Muslims of that time. When you go to someone to a scholar to a teacher to a chef, take from his etiquette and his mannerisms, before you take from his knowledge. And let's first report that Mr. Mohammed Rahim Allah, it is said that he would have over 5000 students in his lectures, over 5000 people in Bohol, dad, out of them only 500 would right.
And the remaining 4500 would just simply watch him, his manners, his etiquettes his mannerisms, the way that he conducted himself. And so people will go to the scholars, yes, they would listen to the knowledge they would benefit. But they weren't serious students in the sense that they were writing everything that he said down, memorizing what he said, coming back the next week to learn what was going on next. Simply, they would sit with him just to look at the way that he was the way that he conducted himself, the mannerisms and the etiquettes that he possessed Rahim Mahalo to Allah. And this is why even with our own children, anyone that's a father, anyone that's a mother, anyone
that's an Uncle and Auntie you know that when you have a little child in the house, one of the things that are the one of the first things that we teach our children is etiquette and mannerisms, just as we teach them to say la ilaha illAllah and the Salaam are they