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as Muslims, one of the things that we realize is that Allah subhanho wa Taala throughout the Quran has given us guidelines. And some of them like as you get guidelines and other pieces as well. Some of them are long and detailed. And some of them are very short and snappy, easy to remember. So normally, like when you have a movie trailer, for example, or you have like a movie poster, they have the title of the movie, and then they always have a line underneath, right? Like the Terminator is back or something like that just to just to something that you can remember like a slogan that you can remember very easily. And so it's something which sticks in your mind. Allah subhanho wa
Taala throughout the Koran has given a certain sort of certain verses that are like these slogans that we keep within our minds. And they're there to anchor us to remind us of something so that when we lose our way, and we don't always remember our purpose in this life, those slogans, those verses, those sources of the origin will anchor us back. So one of those verses of the Quran from a surah that we recite over 17 times a day within our prayers Surah Al Fatiha, the most renowned, most famous surah of the Quran, known as
the mother of the Quran, and the Arabs called something mother because of its importance, because your mother is probably the most important person in your life. And so the mother of the Quran is the most important surah of the Quran, and that is Surah two Fatiha. Now within that sort of that we recite 17 odd times a day is a verse in which Allah subhanho wa Taala says in the Scirocco must have been, Oh Allah Guide us to the straight path.
Now the straight path has a number of attributes, not just that it's straight, but it has a number of attributes. And from those attributes is that there is a balanced way. Part of something being great is that it is balanced. And so Allah subhanho wa Taala within Surah Fatiha, a surah that we recite over 17 times every single day as Muslims, Allah is reminding us of the importance of balance.
You can't just go to one extreme or the other. In Islam, we don't have the concept of monks. It is not allowed for a person to go and close themselves off in a Masjid and just live there and pray 24 seven, never leaving never going out. Just worship after worship after worship. It's not a concept in our religion. And that's why Rama rhodiola one during his khilafah if he came into the masjid, and saw young men sitting during the day in the masjid, in western nabawi he would take his stick and he would beat them out, kick them out with his stick and he would say we're not monks in this religion go and work. You want to let them just sit there idly doing nothing. And so we have
balanced in our religion. And so that balances between religion and life, Deen and dunya and the rights and responsibilities that you have
now during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And you can imagine that during that time, they went through a lot of oppression, a lot of transgression, a lot of difficulty and hardship. Here Even so, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would always emphasize to them balance. There is a famous Hadith and Sunnah telemovie of a famous man from amongst the companions known as humble Allah. robiola, one hamdulillah. One day, was walking in the streets of Medina and he passed by Abubakar rhodiola one and Abubakar Viola and so on his face that he
Was perturbed, that he was disturbed, that something was wrong. And so he said to him What's wrong? Oh hamdulillah and he replied Natha hamdulillah humbler, has committed hypocrisy.
Imagine the Companion of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at accusing himself of hypocrisy.
So Boubacar asked, why, why have you committed hypocrisy? And he replied, because when we sit with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Our Eman is so high, with so engrossed in the company of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that we're just on a spiritual high. But when we leave him and we go back to our families, our houses, our children, our businesses, our jobs, that high goes down to a low, so I feel like I'm committing hypocrisy.
And so Abubakar rhodiola, one who was the most knowledgeable of the companions, he said, You know what? You're right. What you're saying, oh, humbler is right. Let us go to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and asked him about this. So they both went to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam asked humbler? What's wrong? And he said, Oh, messenger will live committed hypocrisy. He said, Why? He said, because when I sit with you, I feel in such a spiritual high. But when I leave you to go to my family, and my children are my house, my business and my job, then I feel like I don't have any man. So this is hypocrisy.
And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam looked at him and he said, Oh Hamdulillah, if you will, always in the way that you are with me. If your Eman was always so high, if you were constantly in the way that you are with me, then the angels from the heavens would descend them themselves. And they would come and shake your hands in your houses, and in your roads. They themselves would come and greet you. Well, I can Yeah, humble. Ah, sir. tomasa pero humbler? There is a time for this. And there is a time for that. And this, my dear brothers and sisters, is the essence of our religion. We are not angels. We're not perfect. We're not infallible from sin. We're
not created just so that we worship a lot. 24 seven and don't do anything else. We need food. We need drink, we need rest. We need company. We need entertainment sometimes as well in a halal way. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says to him, sir, attune wasa, there is a time for this, and a time for that. Now some of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, because they loved him so dearly. Because they saw his example. And they sought to follow his example. They wanted to be better than him in his worship. And so they asked his wife or some of his wives, how does the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa send them pray? How does he fast? How does he worship Allah.
And then they thought to themselves, that he's the Messenger of Allah, Allah has forgiven him for everything, all his past sins, all his future sins, he is infallible. As for us, then we are just weak humans, we sin and disobey Allah day and night. So we need to worship Allah more than he does. So one of them took an oath, that they would pray the whole of the night and never sleep. And the second one took an oath, that he would fast every day he will never break his fast. And the third one took an oath that he would never ever get married,
simply dedicate themselves to the worship of Allah. And so when the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam heard this, he said to them, what law he in the
law, by Allah, I am the one who fears alarm most from amongst you. And I sleep and I pray, I fast and I break my fast. Ma Mary. Furman muraki, bernsen Nettie felice, Gemini, and whosoever leaves off my son. He is not from me.
Look at how the profits on a long run and he will sell them is teaching them balance during the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam especially on each time, they would have people fighting in the masjid wrestling in the masjid on the day of read. Imagine now if you were to go to a Masjid and people will wrestling in the masjid. The whole community would stand and everyone would shout and everyone would ridicule those people but during his time
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam allowed such things. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself played sport. He wrestled A man came to him, and he wanted to wrestle him. And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wrestled him three times, and he beat him three times. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would race with his wife, Arusha, rhodiola Juana and sometimes she would win, and sometimes he would win. How many of us that are married, have ever raised with our wives, have played with our wives, however, have ever had a sport with our wives. Yet the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam struck that balance. He would joke with his companions, he would
laugh at them, the companions would say that he would sometimes come out of his house Salalah while he wants to them, and he would listen to us talking about Jamelia about the days before his time what we used to do the things we used to get up to, just as sometimes when you meet your friends, you reminisce. You talk about your old days, nostalgia, the olden times, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would sit there he would listen, and he would smile and laugh with his companions. Certain vasara there is a time for this, there is a time for that. A Buddha radi Allahu aboda robiola one, one of the famous companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
He had a very close friend by the name of Solomon and Pharisees. And Solomon and fantasy came to visit him in his house. And he found that he was absent he was out, but he found his wife, his wife was at home. And so he entered upon her and this was before the verses of his job were revealed before there was segregation in Islam. And so he entered, and he sat with her. And he saw that she was wearing very, very ill fitting clothes, clothes that are very shabby. And so he said to her, why are you dressed so badly? And she replied, because your brother, meaning that your brother has no need of women, doesn't need me, doesn't even look at me.
And so then my dad came home, and he sat with salmonella faricy, he bought some food. And so Solomon said to him, why don't you eat, eat with me? You're my host eat with me? And he replied, No, I'm fasting. So some man said, By Allah, I will not eat until you eat. So he made him break his fast and eat with him.
And then when they went to sleep in the night, he was staying the night over. As they went to sleep, he found that he stood up, stood up to go and pray. So he said to him, No, go back to sleep. So he slept. And then after a short while, he stood up to go and pray. And he said to him, No, go back to sleep. And again, he stood up to pray and said, No, go back to sleep. And then towards the end of the night sermon and Pharisees stood up himself, and he said, Now we go and pray.
And then in the morning, he gave him an amazing lesson. He said, in nearly Arabic Allah, Akbar, Walia Holika arleta haka? well enough seeker alayka haka for an equally happy haka. Oh, a Buddha. Indeed your Lord has a right over you. And your family has a right over you. And your own body has a right over you. So give to each one of them that you right. So Buddha hearing this from cinnamon or faricy, he went to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And he said, O Messenger of Allah, this is what Sandman said, What do you think? And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, sada sell man, sell man has spoken true. What sell man is saying is correct. Yes, Allah has a right upon you.
You need to worship Allah, pray five times a day, give your soccer fast in the month of Ramadan, make Hajj once in a lifetime, worship Allah. But your family also has a right over you. So you need to work and earn a living and provide an education for your children. And your own body has a right over you. You need to rest. Sometimes you need to chill out. Sometimes you need a change of scenery. So you need to give to each one that you write. And that's why some of the companions are the one whom they would sit down and they would relax. And they would say we only do this. So that insha Allah when we go to worship Allah, we will be stronger in that worship. As humans, we need balance.
We need to strike that balance. And this is something which the companions will not be allowed.
One whom did even after the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Abu Bakr robiola one, when he first became the halifa of the Muslims, shortly after the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and you can imagine how difficult a time that was. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has just passed away. Not only that, but the Romans and the Persians are now attacking the Muslim lands. Not only that, but now there are false prophets, people who are claiming to be prophets of Allah, after the death of our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Not only that, but now the Arab tribes are saying that we're not even going to pay zakat Abubakar we will only pay it to a
prophet of Allah, problem after problem, issue after issue
after hardship, so one day or Marathi Allah one wakes up in this new era of Islam, a new dawn has come in Islam, Abu Bakar is the halifa the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is no more, there are problems that they need to deal with issues that they need to solve. And so he wakes up, he goes out into the streets of Medina, and he comes across a woman.
And he says to her What's wrong? She says, I'm looking for the halifa. He's nowhere to be found.
that he's just been made the halifa and no one can find him. Omar says he didn't look property. Let's go to his house. They go to his house, knock on the door, one of his children opens the door. Where's your father? We don't know. It's not home. But maybe if you go to his garden is Bustan his garden? Maybe he's there. So they go to the garden. But he's not there.
Okay, let's go to the masjid. He's not there. He's nowhere to be found. Can you imagine that a halifa. At this vital pivotal time is nowhere to be found at the very beginning of his rulership of his khilafah.
And so eventually they find him. Do you know where they find him? They find him in the soup in the marketplace, in the shopping mall. And what's he doing? Is he buying and selling? Or is he ordering the good and forbidding the evil? What's he doing? He's they're earning a living. He's there he was a businessman. And he's there selling his products, gaining some money over the long run and everyone here knows the nature of Rama. Rama is not one of those nice guys that goes and reasons with the person. This is our motto. He says to Abubakar aboubacar, what are you doing?
says you can see what I'm doing. I'm here, you can tell what I'm doing. He says our boubakeur there are problems people have come seeking out the halifa is nowhere to be found. And you're here earning a living.
So I will back up said Omar How will I feed myself and my family?
Look at this amazing sense of prioritization. Look at the way the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam struck that balance. This is Abu Bakar the best of the compound. Ian's the best of this oma after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now, if that was someone in our time, if you found the local Imam of the masjid, he's out and he's got his own business, and he's trying to earn some more money, the whole of the community will probably jump him. Why on earth is he outside? Why on earth is he trying to earn a living? He should be in the masjid. He should be doing this and that and this terrible. Becker says, I need to earn a living.
So what does Amara do? And who say to him, he says Abubakar, come back deal with the problems of the Muslims. And we will give you a wage from the Treasury from the beta male, we will pay your wage. And so he agrees. And he leaves and he goes back to the issues of the people. A few days pass and what are the law one comes out again, he finds some people he asks them What's wrong? They say the halifa is nowhere to be found
is nowhere to be found.
They go to his house, they go to his garden, they go to the masjid. He's not there. So Oh my god, Allah one thinks, I think I know where he is. So they go back to the soup to the marketplace, and they find abubaker and what's Abubakar doing rhodiola one, Abu Bakar is there selling again.
He's back to his business
or Marathi Allah who answers Obamacare, what are you doing? He says I'm here selling. He says we get a view a wage so that you wouldn't have to do this. I will buckler says it's not enough for me and my family. What you gave is not sufficient for me and my family. I still need to work. So well. Baccarat Viola one has enough self dignity is not going to go broke.
And begging from the Muslims to increase his wage. He can go on work. So he goes to work. So Omar, the Allah who answers our boubakeur, come back, we'll give you an increase in your wage. We'll give you more money. So then Abubakar agrees, and he leaves the marketplace. Look at how the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, even during the most pivotal of times, the most vital of times, the most pressing of times, they still struck that balance, they will still laugh, they will still have a good time. Sometimes they will still have that balance between family and worship and dunya and so on and so forth. They knew how to strike that balance. Abubakar rhodiola. One during
his time as a halifa, he will do so many good deeds, that the other companions when they found out they would say that whoever succeeds Abubakar Viola one will never be able to live up to his standard. Why? Because even though there was so much going on in the oma, he would never neglect himself, never neglect himself, never neglect his own worship of Allah never neglect his family, never neglect his own body, he would have a balance between these things. And so this, my dear brothers and sisters, is what I will. religion teaches us what our religion teaches us. And that's why you find that Allah subhana wa Taala within the religion has facilitated all of this for you.
Everything is facilitated for you within the Sharia. You don't need to go anywhere else. You don't need to look for this anywhere else is already there. Within the Sharia, the Sharia facilitates ease. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would say to the people, that Shiro Villa tuna, Pharaoh, yes, Sera wala to make things easy, don't make them hard. Give people good tidings. Don't turn them away. Don't push them away. And that's why even in worship of Allah, there is a balance. Even in worshipping Allah, there is a balance, when what are the tangible rhodiola when would lead the people in prayer, and he would make his prayers so long, worshiping Allah subhana wa Tada. And
whereas is making his prayer long to show off, or to get the praise of others. He's doing it to please Allah subhana wa Tada. But behind him, of the elderly, and people who are ill, and people who need to go to work, and people who have other commitments, and other needs and responsibilities. And so they went to the Prophet sallallahu he was sitting them complaining about wild on messenger of Allah, what are the needs the prey, and he makes it so long.
Now, there's nothing wrong with a long prayer. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself, at times, would read in a single Raka Surah Al Baqarah, he would prolong the prayer, but not when those people were behind him when he was playing alone, or when it was a voluntary prayer. So he said to him what rhodiola one or more as in a min koombana, fearing amongst a group of people, the companions, that are those who turn other people away from worshiping Allah, who turn other people away from obeying Allah, they prolong the prayer. And they don't know that behind them are the weak and the elderly and the sick, and those people who have responsibilities that they need to go and
take care of. So be gentle with the people, be easy with the people. And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, even in worship, he struck that balance. And this is why one of the most common questions that we get as imams is what is the ruling of PlayStation? Right? And I got this question here last year, I don't even know if you guys remember, what is the ruling of the PlayStation? What is the ruling of Facebook? What is the ruling of Twitter? What is the ruling of TV? What is the ruling of a computer and so on and so forth? What are the rulings of these things? And really, the answer to this is very simple. Because the answer to that is like the answer to the question, what
is the ruling of this pen?
What is the ruling of this pen? Who can answer this question? What is the Islamic ruling of this pen? Not literally this pen a pen? Right? This is a British pen. But still what is the rolling of a pen? Who can give me an answer?
Okay, he says Helen.
Let me make it easy for you. Who says haraam?
And the rest of you don't use pens.
The answer is it's not about the pen.
It's not about the place
station. It's not about the TV smart about Facebook or Twitter? The answer is, it's about the user. It's about me and you. Because Allah subhana wa Taala. Within our religion, he hasn't mentioned detailed rulings for every single thing that we will ever come into contact with in our lives. You can't go to the Sharia, you can't go to the Quran and the Sunnah, and find a ruling of a pen, or the ruling of a chair, or the ruling of a class, or the ruling of a car can't be done. The answer to this is, it's about the user. Now if I was to take this pen, and I was to write a book, calling others to Islam, or write a book, for example, explaining how to pray, or write a book about the
Tafseer of Surah Fatiha, what's the ruling of this pen now?
What's the running of this pen?
Not only is it hilarious channel, but it's more than halala. What's the ruling?
It is an act of worship.
This pen is an act of worship. Because when you call others to allow what is that it's a good deed when you're worshiping Allah by calling others to Allah. So now this pen is an act of worship. If I was to take this pen, and just write my name, what's the ruling?
What's the ruling is a good deed for us. And Hanif?
No. So what's the ruling?
It's halal. There's nothing wrong with writing my name. Right. But if I was to take this pen, and forge a bank account, or forge a false identity, now, what's the ruling of this pen?
term? Right? So the problem isn't the pen. Nor is the problem the PlayStation nor is the problem the TV, nor is the problem, your laptop, your iPad, your computer. The problem is me and you. Because we don't know how to strike that balance. Yes, you can go and have a good time. Yes, you can laugh and joke. But there are certain guidelines that you need to know as well. And so that's what I really want to go through in the last few minutes that I have before you. Number one, the first and most important guideline is that you must always remember your true purpose and goal. What is your vision in this life? What do you wish to attain from the dunya. And we all know that our purpose in life is
to worship Allah, our goal in life is to attain the pleasure of Allah, our vision in life is to enter into general a normal piano by the permission of Allah, that is our bone. That is our vision. So when we have that as our goal and our vision, then now that balance will come, and we will strike that balance. Because we know what we're here for. So when someone comes, and they want you to listen to music, or they want you to watch something which is haram, then you will say no. Why? Because even though it's easy to do you know that your vision is the pleasure of Allah subhanho wa Taala Yes, you want to strike a balance, but that balance has to also please Allah subhanho wa Taala
and that's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was asked by his companions, or messenger of Allah, you joke with us. You laugh with us? You play pranks on us? And he would say yes, but I never lie in my jokes. Yes, I have a good time I joke, but there is a limit. There is a boundary that I don't transgress. I never lie in my jokes. And so that balance is struck when you know that your vision is Allah subhanahu wa taala. Number two is always take the middle path. Always take the middle path, never go to one extreme or the other. For example, you have money.
You got a lot of money. Money is halon. There's nothing wrong with money to spend that money is hella as well. However, there are certain things which will lead you to one extreme or another. In Islam, it is not recommended it is disliked or is frowned upon, for you to be stingy and miserly. Some people they have a lot of money, but they won't even spend it upon their own children. They won't even fix their own house. They won't even fix their own car. What do they do? They hoard that money. That's one extreme. The other extreme is someone who spends it on everything in anything halal and haram. Everything they just a spendthrift. They just waste their money. Those are two
extremes. What do you do? You take the middle path you spend on yourself, you spend on your family, you worship Allah through your money by giving charity, you strike a balance between all of these components as
Large though what it says in the Quran tells me female tequila with Darren ophira will attend Sanofi back, Amina dunya, that which Allah has given you seek with that the pleasure of Allah. But don't forget your portion in this life. Don't forget your portion in this life. And that's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam never allowed for his companions to give all of their wealth away in charity, with the exception of one person, who was that one person,
Abu Bakar, for the long run, because Abu Bakar is a man was so high and so strong, that he could give all of his money away, and it wouldn't be a problem for him. For everyone else, Omar only gave half away. Others he would say that if you want to give only give a third, you can't give more than a third, striking that balance. And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam always taught us to strike that balance.
Number three, is use the power of your intention, and shall I will conclude with this point, use the power of your intention. your intention is in your heart, and with the power of the intention, every single living second that you spend upon this earth can be an act of worship, you can turn it into a good deed, you can turn it in a way that it will bring you closer to Allah subhanho wa Taala. Every single second, whether you're sleeping, whether you're awake, whether in your job, whether you're with your family, whether you're playing with your children, whether you're laughing with your friends, all of that can be an act of worship, how? By using the power of intention, what is the
power of intention? One of the biggest misconceptions that we have about intention about our Nia is that we think that it's only restricted to acts of worship. If you want to pray, you have Nia, if you want to go for Hajj, you have Nia, if you want to sacrifice you have Nia, but that's it only an act of worship. And this is wrong. In fact, intention can be used for every single thing. Just like I gave you the example of that pen, if your intention with that pen was to write something so that people will come closer to Allah, that is an act of worship. that writing is an act of worship. If you go to sleep at night, and before you go to sleep, you have the intention that inshallah you will
wake up for solitude with more energy and more passion and more enthusiasm, and you will be better able to worship Allah than for every second that you sleep. It is an act of worship. If when you go and eat and drink, when you have lunch or dinner or breakfast, if your intention is so that you will have more energy to worship Allah, to fulfill your responsibilities to look after your spouse and your children, your parents, your siblings, every single morsel of food is an act of worship to Allah subhanho wa Taala. If you go and you sit with your friends and you laugh, and joke, and you only do that which is halal, you don't break any of the laws of Allah and your intention is to is to
enter happiness into their hearts. your intention is to come closer to Allah by building those bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood. Then that is an act of worship to Allah. If your intention when you go and play a sport is to become stronger so that you can worship a lot better, so that you can have a bit of a rest, bite a bit of a rest so that you can worship a lot better and fulfill your duties as a Muslim better than that is an act of worship to Allah. All of your life can become an act of worship. If when you go to work, your intention is so that you can look after your wife or your husband and your children and your parents and you can get soda and soccer and with that money, you
can go make Hajj and Umrah then every single keystroke on that keyboard every single second that you spend, whether it's sitting or standing, or whatever it is that you do. All of that is an act of worship to Allah.
So my dear brothers and sisters, Allah subhana wa Tiana is the Most Merciful, the most kind, the most generous, there's not a bank of good deeds that Allah has, that there's only a certain limit that he can give to you. Otherwise he's going to go bankrupt. No alaric zoologia hasn't an unlimited revenue of good deeds. He has unlimited reserve of good deeds. Allah can give to you as much as he pleases. You can make your whole life an act of worship to Allah subhanho wa Taala. So yes, as Muslims, we strike that balance between worshiping Allah, between looking after our families, between spending time with our friends, between looking after our own bodies, which in resting and
having a good time, but in order
Those things, we only want to please Allah subhanho wa Taala. And if that is your intention, that is your goal, then all of that is an act of worship. Even when you're chilling, you're worshiping Allah subhana wa Tada. How great is that? What a beautiful religion, what our merciful Lord, what an amazing concept that your whole life is worth worshiping Allah subhanho wa Taala. However, it is only easy for those that Allah makes it easy for is easily said. But it's very difficult to implement, requires determination requires hard work, requires effort, requires dedication, requires high aspirations, and it will require training. And so my dear brothers and sisters, I want to leave
you with this message. Train yourself from now. Every time you sit with your parents, every time you love with your friends, every time you go to work, every time you go, and you have some food with someone. And obviously when you worship Allah, train your intention to be for the sake of Allah subhana wa Taala and I guarantee you that it will transform your life, that you will not only change yourself, but you will change those around you as well. You will be an instrument for what analyzer will will use you for God as well. I ask Allah subhana wa Taala that he gives us that ability and He grants us the blessing of using the power of that intention. And as Allah subhanho wa Taala that He
grants us the ability to strike that balance does accumulo halen or sort of lower cinnamaldehyde below Mohammed while early he will soften the edge Marian will sit down when it comes to law he will Baraka