Friday Night Etiquettes Class – December 11, 2020
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So then where I learned to be Kareem Ali Baba Salah to attend with a slim, rubbish roughly suddenly were silly and very awkward attend me listening I've got Oh golly, my brothers and my sisters have sent Mr alikum warahmatu volume over capital,
hope that everyone is doing well in sha Allah to Allah,
I look forward to another night with you, in learning the etiquettes of our Deen and more specifically etiquettes related to Sam and giving setup
to others, I'm going to also have to ask you to forgive me, I have a massive
coffee here that I'm trying to drink. I'm trying to cover up the brand of the coffee that I'm drinking because they didn't pay me to advertise for them. But
I don't really have a, I don't really have a way of doing that unless I pour it into a different cup. So free, I'll probably just drink it like this.
we ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to grant us a deeper understanding of this Dean, I mean, okay, so let's jump right into it and shot along, I'm trying to save some time, we are going to continue where we left off, learning about the etiquettes of giving setup, and we have a lot of topics to cover today. If we have the time to go through it all We will otherwise we'll just continue with it next time.
Today in sha Allah to Allah, we look at the permissibility of saying Salam multiple times in one setting. So the fact that it is permissible, and that's really like our title heading the permissibility of saying send them three times.
If it's a large gathering of people, or if you are uncertain as to whether the person or the people you're giving send them to have actually heard you. So is it permissible to say send them more than one time? So we see the under sort of the long line says that the prophets all along it, he was selam
speaking to the Sahaba of the Aloha, I'm home. And when he was addressing them, at times when he addressed the Sahaba the companions that will be long run, he would say something three times, right, he would, especially if you wanted to get their attention with regards to something or highlight something, right. So he would say, you know what he was saying three times.
And this can also be applied to the setup. And so he continues and says what either attack on so when a group of people came facilita la him right when sorry, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came to a group of people
and said send them to them. He would say send them three times send them early internet. Okay, so he would say a set mRNA comm a cell Mr. Alec, set M or le comm or you know more than just the setup all the way to about our catalog. So that's something that is permissible, right? If you come to a large gathering, there's more than one person you can say sell em more than one time. So for example, if you're beginning a lecture,
and you have a microphone or you don't have a microphone, and you're giving some to that large congregation of people, you might want to say send them where it come from so long ago.
I set up a camera to lie over a cat. A cellar more Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh. Right, that way everyone feels included. And you're not just giving one Salaam and doing like the damn thing. Like I said, I'm on a como rahmatullah wa barakato. Right, it's kind of weird. So saying, set em in three different directions without moving away from it. Because remember the prophets all along, it was someone would give his full attention to someone when he was speaking to them. Right, he would stay with them and focus on them and talk to them and so on and so forth. And so that's important as well to keep in mind with regards to the way in the method of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi
email and know where we are in a whole lot with regards to this right with regards to the topic of giving seldom more than one time. And up to three times. He says,
related to this hadith
that it is permissible to do this in the case or on the condition that the group of people you're speaking to is large, and not simply coming across like a smaller group like three people or four people as they said, I'm already coming over to us I want to go to Lowe's. I want to go to Lowe's. I want to come home to less I want to go to one salon is sufficient. Okay.
Even hijaab Rahim a whole lot. The famous
scholar who wrote the explanation to Sahil Bahati which is known as fadhel body okay even hajra Rahim Allah He says,
Well Kedah know Salama woven and never will learn Yes man such as Sutent.
if someone gets set up and thinks or assumes or feels that the person who they said set them to is unaware of their setup or did not hear their setup
then it is a Sunnah it is from the Sunnah to say the centum again, okay? Allah yada
for your Edo Mandala Tanzania with Aliza wala z to Allah Sonata Allah Sangeeta. So he is permitted or she is permitted to say Salim a second time or third time if they think that the person they're saying send them to didn't hear them. And they can say it a second time and a third time. But he says that the that we should not say it more than three times, okay. And one of the reasons why scholars put a limit there is because
there are first of all cases where some people feel shuck. They feel, you know, uncertain within themselves. Did I say it two times? Did I say it three times? Did they hear me? Maybe they couldn't hear me? Maybe I didn't say it loud enough, right? Where there's these whispers of shavon. Right messing with them all the time. And they're thinking, you know what, maybe I was not loud enough. Maybe they didn't hear me. Maybe I disturbed them and distracted them. Maybe they were focusing on something else. And so in order to eliminate the excessive amount of whispers that come from, from shavon, or from our own selves, or the doubt that's within us, scholars sometimes put a limit and
say, You know what, you shouldn't go more than three times you shouldn't say it more than three times and what is the proof and evidence? Well, like we said, just a couple of minutes ago, the prophet SAW longer it was Sunday, that times would give centum or would address people and say what he was saying three times. Shift tofik my shot a lot of Article lots and lots of Halloween data. Bless you and your family. I hope you're doing well in Singapore. A lazy Christmas my good friend and former classmate and former neighbor, chick tofik. from Singapore Alliance eco trade he runs a goodwill Academy so if any of you are ever interested in taking these awesome classes online, I've
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Okay, the next point that we're going to look at is
Mina Suna general be salami me What can barely covered. So it is from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to say Salaam, out loud or with a voice that is heard by others the opposite of silent. So when we see someone we don't go,
right? We say a seller more la cumbre de la hora captain, or we don't even need to gesture with our hands. We can just say I said Mr. Le Kumar from too long, all
right, and give them set them out loud so that they can hear the setup. Okay. So it is from the Sunnah of the Prophet, so the longer it He will send them and that is the method that he sent along. I think he was seldom used when giving setup
to raise your voice when getting that setup, and also to raise your voice when responding to the center. So for example, if the hub leave, right, that's a theme. The meme gets up on the member and he's delivering the Jamal kotoba for example. And before the second event is called the theme says a synonym or LA Kumara Nuttall la he was about a cat.
And everyone is sitting there silent because they think we're not supposed to talk during the football so let's not respond to his setup. On the contrary, we are supposed to say why they come up set up or to lie or canceled.
loud so that they can hear us as well. Okay, and that's the method of the prophets on a lot of it was send them with the Sahaba I'm going to
seek your forgiveness. The the cleaners are outside the brothers are cleaning, you know the mustard today, the mustard got really really dirty from Jamal because of the construction outside on the parking lot. And it's very dirty, very muddy. You know lots of dirt came inside and so they're vacuuming the carpets really well. So you might hear that in the background, okay.
The scholars also mentioned that when someone says Salaam without saying it out loud, then they lose out on the rewards. So what are the rewards? Well, we said if someone says a Salam or Aleikum, they get 10 rewards. Someone says said Mr. Equal to law, they get 20 rewards. Someone says a set M or n equal to volume over capital. They get 30 rewards but if someone says
what's that you You didn't hear it? You didn't say it so there's nothing heard. There's nothing that was mentioned. And so the rewards are missed out on right now shifting the V diseases on from Calgary's Pamela Yeah, Michelle, you're making me embarrassed to teach when it comes to like I've got a counselor she's gonna be a lady. Okay, I could share my screen with you and share my notes with you and you can teach the class for me
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Oh, as a side point, December 17 is coming up so just keep that in mind.
um, as I had these other prophets on along I think it was something with regards to this. Okay. Um
I'm forbid even obeyed call. I take too much lesson fee Abdullah bin Ahmad. The Allahu anhu mount for call. So he came to a gathering and within it was a even armo Abdullah bin Ahmad of the Aloha and Houma
and he said, If you give sell them,
right, if you give sell them,
you gotta move on. Okay, if you give some and it is heard by others, then you are giving a greeting that is filled with Buttercup. And it is pure and good. Okay, so the advice of Abdullah in honor of the lager and hula is to give sentiment to say it out loud, because the sentiment that is said out loud, is the Salaam that is filled with Baraka and higher and goodness. And it is a pure good, you know, setup or greeting to the people. So when we give them we should be honest in what we're saying. And we should say it in a way that people will hear what we are saying, we'll call it even hijo or Hema and even had, Allah says as well.
with regards to spreading Salim, right.
The Sallam that is silent,
doesn't really do its purpose. It doesn't serve its purpose. And so it is a condition for us to be able to follow through with the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he says us just sent him to spread senem spread salutations. The condition there is that the salutation should be said out loud, because saying it silently doesn't fulfill the purpose of the setup. And what is the purpose of the setup the profits on a lot of us send them set? Right Shall I tell you about something that will bring love between you and before that he says, you know that
none of you will enter into paradise until you believe and none of you believe until you love each other. Shall I tell you something that will bring love in between each of you right amongst you? He says some longer AlLahi wa sallam Asha Sara Dana. So even Hydra Rahim Allah He says that the center has to be set out loud, because you can't convey a greetings and salutations that's peaceful and nice to others if you're not going to say it out loud that people will be able to hear it. And I want to talk about this for a second you know, a lot of the time we mentioned this where you meet someone that you don't know and you give them to them. We're going to talk about that in a few
minutes inshallah, about giving senem to only the people we know or should we give them to everybody.
Um, this aspect of, of giving senem and seeing another Muslim is important because not only does the Muslim feel safe and content and happy and pleased and honored that there's
Someone else who's a believer around them, who doesn't feel shy to say sit down, they also feel safe and protected to be able to practice their Deen. And they feel more confident in themselves as well to do that. And so, you know, I give this example all the time and in the last night I was at, I went to the grocery store after sanathana eyeshadow just needed to pick up
those, I think that was picking up some water for the volunteers.
We were out of water. So a stop there yesterday to pick up the water. And as I was coming out of the grocery store, there were some, you know, trolleys in front of me blocking away and there's an employee at Walmart, a Muslim sister, you know, she was there wearing her hijab and stuff, and she was moving the trolleys out of the way and I waited. And when she was done, and I was able to pass through, I said a set MRT come to Lahore but our cattle, and she looked at me like oh, and then she said, Well, it was set up, you know, like, It's strange. And it shouldn't be strange. That's why I'm saying it shouldn't be strange. A Muslim should never feel Oh, someone's giving me set up in public.
That's awkward. Right? We should never feel as though it's an awkward thing we should be comfortable to give senem and constantly be giving senem to others, that when we are in public, even if someone is an employee at a restaurant, at a store, at a grocery store, wherever it is right?
Anywhere, right? Any any business, any place you go into, you see a Muslim, just say Sunday morning. And sometimes you don't want them to feel out of place or awkward, right? Or you don't you don't know the person so you don't want to you don't know their situation as well.
But if you see that they're Muslim and you give them set I'm at hamdulillah you might say it in a way that only the Muslim hears you. Right only the person you're getting sent them hears you and that's okay, that's fine. But say that set out. Okay, hold off on the questions. We'll take the questions at the end inshallah, like we typically do. Okay.
even Hydra hula hula also says
that a person may be able to give set M and say the beginning part out. Okay, give Sam and say the beginning part out loud like, Sam. All
right. So a person at least knows that you're getting set up. And it's that like, I'm shy to say some kind of thing pushing the trolley like, hey, so
you know, like that. As I go. How's it gone?
You don't want to do that. What you want to do is you want to say set em properly. So a set Mr. Eddie Kumar?
He said I'm already Kumar.
Right. At least you make it known that you're saying send them to the person. You know, some people will say, yeah, you know, I only get sent back maybe 5% of the time. That's like, Yeah, that's true. Right? A lot of us don't really hear a risk response to our setup. And remember, it's the right of the believer to have their centum responded to we took that I think last week or the week before, right?
Okay. We'll call a notary so Mmm, no, you're rockin The law says
the least amount
that a person should put into saying they're sent them to another person. Is that at least the Muslim who's around them? Here's their setup. So like I was saying before, right? You come up to the cash register. It's a Muslim brother or sister and you say set him Arnica. Right? The other people in line didn't hear what you said. But you conveyed the Salaam to the believer. So at least the very least is that you say as salaam that the believer can hear coming from you. And you don't need to be there. You know, like my good friend Omar Reagan. Oshawa whenever you go with him, it's like he announces we're here.
That's what I love about him. He has like this amazing personality that he's never shy even though he is shy but he's just never shy in the way that he conducts himself. Like he'll walk in and be like, hey, Santa Monica.
Some kind of a love so we should be happy of our dean of course you know you don't want to do anything that's strange, but be yourself be real. And you know what convey this setup to others because it brings love in the hearts and people recognize that and give you a simple example. I walked in to get my coffee before right
and I left home was on the way back to the masjid stopped in got the coffee and dress like this you would think that you know sometimes people in stores are just like, look at this guy or do you just like come off a boat or something like that even though I'm born and raised here. You know dressing like this. You walk into a store. Sometimes people judge you and they feel like okay, who is this guy? Like he doesn't speak English or something. But I will
In and there's, you know, the the person that's there who knows me, he seen me a few times there at the coffee shop. And before I could even say hello, I stepped through the door and he's like, Hey, man, how's it going? I haven't seen you in a while. I was like, Hey, what's going on? You know how you been? And the other employees, you can tell? Sometimes people are just like, what's what's wrong with you? Who's this guy like, never seen this guy before? Even though they know me, they seen me, right? Because that's how many times I go in to get a coffee. But, you know, somehow, they just feel like, this person is dressed differently, has a beard wearing this weird hat on their head? Who is
this guy? What are they? And other people that just like, Hey, how's it going? Man, I haven't seen you in a long time. And so that personality that you have, and you convey yourself out, you know, very, very upfront with others and talk to them very nicely. You know, Allah Subhana, WA, tada, opens a lot of doors for us
said questions at the end. But if my wife read something, I have to read it right. Sorry, guys.
Yeah, that's one of the things.
One of the things that's a little annoying is when you get to the cache, and it's, it's a Muslim.
And it happens to me sometimes, because a lot of people know me, right? Especially in the community. So you get to the cash register, or you're walking through a store, you see someone, and, you know, and sometimes this force force of habit, like, you know, don't judge people as well. So sometimes they're just so used to saying, Hey, how's it going? How are you today? You know, we're not used to seeing senem because maybe the majority of the people are not Muslim. So let's not judge, you know, people, but
it's just weird. Sometimes when you're visibly clearly dressed, like, you know, in traditional clothing, and you know, people know you like, sometimes people know, me, and I come up to the cash register. And it might be because they're shy, so they just don't say anything. And they're like, how many come? How are you brother or sister? And then they're just like, oh,
How's everything? How are you? You know, and it's like, you just said hi to me, for I just say Sit down.
And sometimes when people say hello, like, if you walk up, and you see that it's a Muslim brother or sister there, and they say,
Hey, how's it going? And just be like Santa Monica? Oh, why don't you come and sit down, you know, you have to be the person that will encourage others as well. Look, we're not here to judge. None of us are here to judge each other. What we are here for is to encourage each other. We're believers, and the believer sees the other believer as though they are themselves, right. It's like the believer is a mirror of another. And so when you see another believer or another believer sees you know that each of you is representing each other. And so you want to encourage one another to do what's right and to do what's good. And to motivate the Ummah to do the best things and to be
confident in themselves and to stand strong for what is right. Be believers in Allah subhanho wa Taala. And I'll share something with you at the end of today in sha Allah, so remind me, I'll share two things with you the coffee, and the lesson. Okay, the coffee in the lesson, so remind me at the end, and I'll share that with you inshallah, okay.
Mmm hmm. And no, we don't have a whole lot. He also says that if someone gives you Salaam in a silent manner, that you can't even hear them, you don't even know if they give you sent them, then it is not compulsory for you to respond to their setup, because you don't even know if they gave you setup. You don't even know what they said. Okay, you don't even know if they said send them to you. It's just like,
you're given that face bag. What are you doing? What do you What are you saying, you know,
sonically, or why are you gonna set up, you know, then it comes out. And so some panelists sometimes just throw a little humor in there, right? Just be crazy and wild and like, you know,
make people smile. Just make people smile and be like, that's good. All right, the next point that we're going to take and shot a lot of to add up is
that it is from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to give salam to any believer generally, and not to be specific in giving yourself to your friends only, or people that you know, okay.
A man once came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and asks you Islam me clear. Which Islam is better. Okay.
And the profits are longer. AlLahi wa sallam responded by saying feed people food and
say, sell them to those who you know, and those who you don't know.
feed people food, and say Salaam greetings salutations to those who you know, and those who you don't know
how many times
Do you go into a restaurant? Here's a question how many times you go into a restaurant, and you see a Muslim standing in line behind you, and you place your order, or you see a Muslim standing in line in front of you,
and you place your order, or you wait for them to place their order. And when they're about to pay to pay, you take your card out, and you tap it before they can do it. You pay for that believer.
Why? Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam tells us feed people
feed people. Right. And so one of the things that I was fed,
but didn't eat yet.
I was just getting ready for, you know, the live stream. And one of the brothers some kind of law, his wife came with him, and long story that I'm not going to talk about. And I think I know the secret behind it, but I'm not gonna say it on the live stream. You know, she brought this cake that she made. And it was not for me, it was actually something she wanted, you know, her husband wanted to share with some of the other brothers who he knows.
But because I was here, they gave me a piece. And so I got this awesome cake. And I said, I'm not going to try it before my hug, because I'm going to have like chocolate stuck in between my teeth. And it's not going to be pleasant for people that are watching, but I'll have it afterwards. And so he gave me that and I was like, come to LA, that's awesome. And then we got talking about you know, our daughters and our daughter's love baking and my wife, you know, did cake decorating and all this stuff. And, you know, somehow it was just an amazing thing to to, you know, talk about. And so feeding people brings love. Right brings love amongst us. I know if I was to say, who wants to slice
of cake, and I haven't touched it. If anyone wants it, who wants me to deliver it to their house after this Hanukkah, I'll drive to your house and deliver it to you. And just send an example guys, it's not real, right? I'm gonna eat the cake. Just giving you an example. All right.
Everyone would be like, yeah, bring it over, man. We'll have it. Yeah, bring it to me bring it to me. I want it because everyone's like happy and excited. Right? Yeah, that's the point the prophets all along. He was sending me showing that as believers, we need to make people around us feel happy. We need to make people feel content, we need to not please people in the things that they want. Which is good to do as well. Things that they need, but to please believers and non believers as well,
in ways that they don't expect in ways that they don't expect, right. And so that's absolutely important for us to try and learn. Okay. So when we give set em we give setup to those who we know as well as those that we do not know.
the selam that is given specifically to the people that we know
and not generally to others is a sign of the Day of Judgment. It's a sign of the coming of the Day of Judgment. Okay.
And I know a lot of us don't think of it that way, but it is. So we see in the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in listening of Imam Ahmed Allah, that is rude of the blogger and said, The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam or the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,
verily, from the signs of the Day of Judgment, or the signs of the end of time, right, I mean, a shout out to Sarah.
He can get to here. I live in Nairobi for that the Salaam, the salutations the greetings greeting of people is only done to those who you know, so from the signs of the end of time is that when people greet one another or give salutations or greetings or senem and say hi or whatever to each other, is that they only say it to the people that they know and not
to anyone else.
And as believers in Allah subhana wa Tada, we should open our doors. Because how are we going to spread Islam? How are we going to convey this Deen and spread this Deen and invite others to this Deen? If we are only going to say set em or Hello or Good morning or good evening or good night? or How are you to the people that we know. There has to be something that breaks the ice has to be something that begins conversation. And the believers should be someone who's on their toes ready to have a conversation. Sadly, most of us as believers are not ready to have conversation. We feel like we need to be in our bubble. Right or like one of the brothers said today. You know he was passing
by another brother who he's in his way.
All right, we all know what that is nowadays, right? It means you're in, that's your circle of, you know, 10 people or whatever that you're going to communicate with or a couple of families that you're going to communicate with. And that's it. So he was walking away after Juma and he like you know sort of tapped or came in almost like hugged the other brother was like oh whoa, physical distancing guys 16 and then the brother who was like, you know, who was on the receiving end he goes off Okay, he's in my bubble and the other brother goes, look at me I am a bubble
is joking about it, right. But some had a lot. You know, it just goes to show how as believers we need to we need to be you know, able to open a conversation we need to be able to speak to people and talk to people and you know, communicate with one another in ways that sometimes make us feel uncomfortable, but we don't let it be known as in we figure out how to get through that conversation. Okay, the believer needs to be on their toes all the time. Also, with regards to the
the saying senem only to those we know as being a sign of the day of judgment or the sign of the end of times also in another narration the prophets on a longer it he was seldom said that a man gives sent them to a men and
the salon will not be responded to, as in the response will not come to him, except from the people that know him. So you give them to someone else, but because they don't know you, they're not going to give you set out and how many times this has happened. You walk by someone, right? And you say Sam already come and they look at you, like one of the sisters was just saying right sister, Jamie was just saying maybe 5% of the time someone will respond to the center, which means Hey, we got to be careful, right? So we need to say Sam and Wiley comma center more often.
And in another narration.
Again, the prophets are longer it was something mentioned something very similar. That you know, indicating the end of times will come when people give senem specifically to people that they know, and not to people that they do not know. Okay, let's move to the next point in Sharla. Taylor
is the verb the so the permissibility of
giving senem or beginning the set em to those that are around us, that are sorry, that to those who we come across, right. So it is permissible and encouraged that we give senem to the people we enter upon. So if we are walking somewhere or let's say you know, there's a group of people and we come to them, or you're coming to a meeting, and you come late and everyone is already there, or people already gathered under there, then the person who's arriving should be the one who conveyed to them first a system to the group of people. The next point is
from the sooner it is from the sun not to
say sell em.
Okay, then how am I gonna phrase this? I'm just trying to think of how to translate this in my head. So from the Sunnah, the person who is writing, okay, writing should say send them to the person who was walking and the person who's walking should convey send them to the person who is sitting. And the person
who is in a smaller group and comes across a larger group should say send them to the larger group. So the smaller group says send them to the larger group. And the younger one will begin this by saying it to the person who is older. So here now we're jumping into like real etiquettes. Like who says send them to who first who's who is expected to say to send them first. Okay. So we see in the hadith of Abba, what are the logline?
Are you narrated that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam or the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said
the person who is writing gives Selim to the person who is walking and the person who is walking gives Salaam to the one who is sitting
or put not moving right. And what Galindo lol Kathy and the small group will give setup to the larger group. So for example, there's you know, had going on in the masjid or gathering about to begin in everyone is sitting down and two people come in or three people come in or a family comes in together and they're about to sit down. They say send them to everyone that's already there. Okay, so from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu, wasallam of whatever the
logline says that the messenger will last so long it was sometimes said, if someone is writing and they come across someone who's walking, so you're going faster than them.
Or you're moving quicker, right? You're you're passing them, then you say send them to the people you're passing. And if you're walking and people are sitting, then as you're passing by them, you say send them to them, not the other way around. And that the smaller group will say send them to the larger group. And in another narration, another Hadeeth. And this is found
in Sahih Bukhari The first one was agreed upon in behati. And Muslim This one is actually it's a haven behati where the prophets are no longer I think he was one of them said
Serbian, the the one who's younger, will give senan to the Kabir, the one who is older.
And the one who is moving will say, set them to the one who is still or not moving. So the one who's walking will say to them to the one who is sitting, and the one who is in a smaller group, right, the smaller group will say to them to the larger group. Okay, so what do we learn here we learn etiquettes, right, that first of all, someone who's young, our youth need to know that they have to be the ones to give sent out to any elder that they see passing by them. Sometimes elders, like busy and focusing, and they have everything going on in their lives, and everything is super complicated and complex, and there's so many responsibilities, you know, the mind never stops, it's just always
working. It's like computing, and the child or someone who's young is there and they're just like, there's uncle so and so let me just wait until he comes over to me and gives me set up No, go up to the person go towards that person and be the first one to say center. Okay, be the first one to say center. And that is from the etiquettes of you know,
Colombia, right is basically Tamiya. Right? The morals with regard to molding ourselves and who we are, we need to know, our position, that we don't wait for an elder to come and get us set up. We should be there first. Because when you go and you offer yourself first, not only does the first person claim more of the reward, but the the offer to help them is there. So you go and you greet them. And what it does is it makes it
more and you'll notice this right? for us as adults when a child comes to us SLM we feel good, but when we see other people's children and they just don't care about us and you have to go each one of them in a some Arnica, a sonic
How are you guys doing? Oh, I'm we're here, and they just don't care. You start to yourself. What kind of manners do these kids have? Man, they don't even care about other people. Right? They don't care about other human beings are just so busy. their own lives are self centered, they don't care about others, right. And so it's part of our to learn who is supposed to give to them first, because every one of us will always be in these situations. You might be walking passing someone who's sitting down, you're going for a walk in the park or down the street and you see, you know, a family setting there or someone sitting down on a bench or someone just standing right someone standing
outside and they're waiting for someone else. And you're passing by them. You give them to them. You don't wait them they're watching you at the distance. And when you come closer to them, you're still looking at them and then like Tony
now, you see them faster now. And you're coming closer to them. Right.
And so these are things that we need to keep in mind. Okay.
Some of the scholars said
I think I mentioned this already. Okay, the youngsters Yes, I mention that Okay, we'll move on. Okay, there's 123
masalas that we're going to take right now. Okay, three masalas sorry, massala right, three, massage, as we say in plural in Arabic.
So the first masala I mean, must Allah
and we're gonna say just got a lively debate right?
First one is
what is the ruling with regard to
with regards to the opposite of what we just learned? So what happens if the person who is older says send em to the person who is younger? What happens if the larger group gets sent them to the smaller group?
As an example, you'll have like a gathering about to happen and the mom walks in or the speaker walks in or the shaker walks in, right and she's going to speak to her classroom.
To speak to her students or speak to you know her her congregation that's in front of her right that people that she's addressing
and you know he or she comes in, you don't have the people say send them first like when you walk in, it's not like setting them on a Komodo account and then the person says why they come Assam? No, it's usually the first like that that person who's alone or in the smaller group that will come in and get sent out to the larger group right? So what happens if the opposite happens though? What happens if someone who's older gives them to the younger person
there is no issue there there's no sin on anyone but it is not from the etiquettes of the believer for that to take place. So there's nothing wrong with it. But it is better for the youngster to give sent them to the elder for the smaller group to the larger group and of course to follow what the prophet SAW longer it was seldom mentioned but is it a sin? Is it something that a person is going to be sending and receiving? You know a punishment for now the scholar say no, it is not something that is sinful
massage massala number two. Okay, this one is the video at masala just joking guys. I am half Pakistani, so I am allowed to say some of these words Okay, don't get all upset and be like he's, you know, offending us. No, I'm not offending you. I am just having some fun. Okay, we're learning together. So the second must Allah
either cabela mashine our our key Bernie
feminine Yep, that the center. So if two people are walking,
you're going for walk in someone who's walking the other way. And you see them, right two people are walking and they meet each other or greet each other who says set them first. Okay, or two people are driving and they see each other on the street who's gonna say sell them first. And at the time of the profits and along I do something someone who is at all kid someone who's writing is writing on a camel or horse right or maybe even a donkey. But an hour time you're writing in a Lamborghini and a Mercedes and Abend the Ferrari and now he's just writing in Toyota's and Honda's right. And Ford and Chrysler and, and so on. So who's gonna say set on first two people writing towards each
other to people walking towards each other? Who was gonna say set them first two people riding a bicycle, and they're passing by each other? Who says set them first. So the scholars look at this and try to figure out
and they say that the one who's younger, should still say send them to the one who's older. So if you're writing or if you're walking, and someone is walking towards you, then the one who's younger should say send them to the one who's older, even though they're both walking. Okay, so you look at the age you look at who's younger, and so the younger one will say send them to the older one.
Now the scholar saying what if their ages are the same?
Right? What if they're the same age and the writing towards each other? They're walking towards each other and they're both the same age. Now what do you do? Okay, who says Sam first are both the same age
the scholars say that the one that the better of the two is the one who begins with the center because the prophets all along I think he was some of them said well for your alma alidium, that the center and the better of the two are though, is the one who starts with the center. So the person who begins the center more says set them first, before having someone respond to them. That person is the one who is better. So if two people are walking towards each other, and be the first one to say set up, right, you meet someone be the first one to say Senate. Why? Because you are considered better than the other person. Why? Because you, you rushed for the rewards, you wanted to get those
rewards, you wanted to be the first one and the one who starts with the Cem is the better of the two. Okay?
And the third must Allah that we will look at and shuttle over to either the third
What do you call it miss out on English? I don't know. Just call it my son.
The third, you know, ruling or scenario that we will look at in a lot of data is
if that kind of Huneck machine, so there's two people that are walking, okay, and as they're walking,
let's see if I can do this. Right? I don't know I can't do it. So as they're walking, right, these two people are walking a pole comes in between the two of them or a tree comes in between the two of them. What are they going to do? Okay, who gives an M? Should they give some m do they need to give some M or no Salaam or what's the what's the ruling there, okay. So two people are walking
And something comes between them a tree, a wall or something of that sort. Okay, they go through a doorway. What do they have to do? Should they give send them to each other?
Another time or not? So islamically, we see that we should give sent them to that person once again, even if we pass on the other side of a tree. Why? Because it's happened to the Sahaba. The alohar. And woman they used to do it also called the lover and says that the prophets are longer and he was sending them said,
Sorry, we're barely get lamella. Well, you mattawa who
upgrade over the long run and the whole con, about a lot of the long run said, If two people
right, are walking, right, and they meet each other, then they give sell them to each other.
In harlot Bina Houma shadow, and if a tree comes in between the two of them, oh, gee down, or a wall,
then when they come back around the other Senate, they should give them to each other.
So what this is showing is, and I know some people will be like, why do we have to say send them again, we just finished saying send them to each other. It's kind of weird, but what it is, is, we are seeking rewards from a lot and making to offer the other person. And you have to remember that traditionally.
And even up until now, a lot of scholars or a lot of people, a lot of cultures, actually.
They are so frequent into our heart for each other, you know, you'll meet someone, and especially in the Arab culture, they're constantly making, it's like you give some brothers setup and mustard after Salah, and they make like 56789 draft for you. And you're just like, Mashallah, I don't know how to beat that, but I'll take it all into suck a lot of freedom, right? I mean, what he outcome, you know, is like, some kind of law, they just feed you so many do out. And what I mean by that is, like, they're just always filled with asking a lot of headway data for hire, to be placed or to be blessed upon those people or to be given to, you know, the person that they are meeting. So
I'm just making a note that we're ending here in sha Allah.
So So Pamela, you know, one of the things that the Sahaba would do, is that they would make do out for each other constantly, and even if they went around the tree, it would get sent them to each other once again. So we'll end there today and we'll open it up for questions. inshallah, if anyone has any questions, please feel free to ask. You can write it in the comment section. If you already wrote a question somewhere above just copy and paste it once again, because I am not going to go scrolling through all the comments and stuff. Okay. So feel free to ask your questions inshallah.
Shabazz, whether they consider him or her to lie. Oh, but I mean, what Yeah, why is he gonna say, hey, yeah, comme la or by Yak. Elias to henneke know what a lot, we'll come back.
We'll make it easy for you.
Ah, so someone says, I have an uncle who would constantly give said to us throughout the day, even though he was living with us, Pamela.
That's amazing. All right.
This person, I don't know if they're a brother or sister because it says winter love 671234. So I'm not really sure who the person is. But you know, the fact that they had an uncle living with them, and that uncle would constantly give center to them in the house. And that's amazing, right? And this is something I try and do personally. My family knows it right? And you come in and give set up. You get out of the car, you come in, you sit back in the car get set up, you get out of a car to pump gas, you sit back in the car style article, right? You get set up again, right and it's something that we just have to get used to doing inshallah
do we say set them to each other again, if they go to another room and come back? Yes, yes. Why not? You're saying a draft for the person. Right? They went to another room they came back so when it comes setup hamdulillah it's not hard. It's not easy. We say so many things to each other. Why can't we say center?
Okay, so your question there when you try and get it.
Wake up in the morning. Should we say Salaam to family? Absolutely. Absolutely. In fact we say our do our and hamdulillah lady ohana better than an entertainer. We're eating the food. You know, in law, Mohammed was sort of law right?
say the Shahada over and over, you know, give setup to your family go see your family send them why they come, right or you know it's time for budget everyone's gathering for a job they see you know each other gets together somewhere it comes at MIT right? Give send them to each other.
So technically, if I come back in the room, I should say send them to the wife again. Yes, you should. So go right now step out of the room covered and get set up
any other questions?
Okay. I'm della Zahid from Colombo, South Africa, a la evatik fique. Allah subhana wa tada bless you and your family. Your dad reached out to me a couple of weeks ago, in a message humble, I was really, really nice to hear from him. So that's our topic for next week. Okay, next week, we're going to be talking about
whether we are permitted to give senem to someone of the opposite gender who's not my harm to us, or not. Okay.
And so, yes, in some cultures, you'll notice
I said Sri Lanka, didn't say Sri Lanka. I said, Colombo, Colombo, Sri Lanka. Please forgive me if I didn't say Sri Lanka, but I was thinking Sri Lanka. I'm the law. I hope I said that. So yes, we're going to talk about that next week inshallah. So now you have to come back next week inshallah. Okay, some of my friends gather some of my friend gatherings old friend gatherings during COVID. stuff at a law supposed to be isolating in your bubble. Some of my friend gatherings have both Muslim and non Muslim friends and I feel rude to address my Muslim friends alone with Santa. Can I teach my non Muslim friends about Sam, you know what you should do? Now you should teach them about
Islam. And one of the ways to teach them about Islam is to give Selim to your Muslim friends, when your non Muslim friends are there. So they will ask why do you only give them to them? And you don't give that out to us? Well, because this is the greeting of the believers. This is what the believers say to each other. Hello to you. Good morning to you. How are you? Everything's cool and fine. But to my Muslims, Sam, where it comes from to live overcast? Okay. Is it permissible for them to say it back? Well, they can say it back, that's fine. There's nothing wrong with it. But we're gonna look at the response of the centum from the non believer next time inshallah. Okay.
And I say South Africa, I said Colombo, South Africa and Nigeria in a day. I don't know why I said that. But that must mean that South Africa is deep in my heart somewhere. But I meant Colombo, Sri Lanka. I don't know why I said South Africa.
Sometime a lot. Weird. But how can I forget? Colombo, I had had some of the best food. Some of the best flavors. I won't say food, but some of the best flavors come combos of flavors like combinations of flavors. Some of the best flavor combinations ever. That went on this palette on this tongue of mine
was from Colombo, Sri Lanka. Absolutely amazing. Some kind of like how they use and also t Allahu Akbar. I had I came back with check more his he gave me as a gift. shikamaru behati in Sri Lanka, he gave me a gift when I was leaving of t and it was like a signature collection like a special edition collection of tea. And it was so good. I didn't want anyone to touch it. It was so good. I wanted to drink all of there were six flavors in it and Hey, didn't let any ages This is my teats panel one of them.
All right. Any other questions?
Honey, honey schuco Ababa.
That's all we have some Malaysians on here as well. Any other questions? None of you have any questions? You should have a question. You said doe. You're supposed to say don't let us know about your coffee, but I'm not gonna let you know about my coffee because you didn't ask me so I'm not going to tell you.
What is meant by aqui de aqui. Does belief, belief and our purity and belief in the oneness of Allah subhanho wa Taala.
Okay, so how would we respond to the argument that since the set means we are making do out to the other person do I for the other person I should say, as in we care about that person. There are believers
Goodness for them and so on, then why don't we say to the non Muslims don't we care about them? We're going to talk about this next week. Okay, so the topic next week is getting sent them to someone who is not maharam for us, okay, or we are not for them.
But a lot of you come shokan would be honored to host you again sometime soon. In short, a lot of data in shot a lot, you know, what I think of the people of Sri Lanka, I can honestly say probably every single day, probably every single day.
So Panama, you know, there's a lot of a lot of good people there.
Okay, is wearing a cap Sunnah.
So, it is from the,
it is from the culture during the time of Arabs to not just wear a cap, in fact, they used to wear a turban, they used to wear a turban on their heads, right, they used to wrap their head and protect their head from the heat of the sun. And so, um,
you know, it is is from their, their culture, their tradition to wear something on the head and cover their head. Now, as time went on, many of the scholars especially the scholars have headies you know, they would cover their heads and it was it was considered especially at a certain period of time, in time, in a certain place as well. You know, for the scholars to not cover their head was like this scholars not taking the deen seriously. However, the scholars look at it and say this is more of a cultural thing.
It's more of a cultural thing, right that the head for the men is needed to be covered. Okay.
We see that you know, when a person is,
is wearing a dopey or wearing a goofy a ring above the ring, or wearing a shimo or wearing a bra or wearing a cap or wearing whatever you want to call it something on their head. You know, sometimes they have a little more or they earned the respect of people around them.
It's a sign of showing, it's like a symbol of our belief as well, that we can show it to others. So it's something good to do if we do, but there's nothing wrong with it if we don't do it. And remember growing up some of the some of our elders, right not scholars, but elders and uncles and Auntie's in the community. They would tell us that if you don't wear a hat on your head, when you are praying your Salah and your Salah is not valid. It's not correct. You're supposed to wear your dopey In fact, I was sent home from the mustard once. When I was in my 20s. I was in my 20s and I was sent home not sent home but I was being told to go home and to change my clothes if I wanted to
come and pray in the masjid. And I was not wearing anything that was wrong. I was not wearing like tight clothes or clothes. It reveals my outfit all that just came from work. And I was wearing pants and shirt. And I didn't have Adobe on my head. I think it was wearing a baseball cap that day. And I remember the uncles in the masjid telling me go home. Shame on you. Why are you coming to the mustard like this? I was like I'm coming to the masjid to pray. I'm not coming to the mustard for like some arguments with you guys. And so somehow we need to be understanding of people's situations. You know, if I had gone home to change and come to the masjid, I would have missed the
Salah. And so, you know, it's just weird some of the culture that has seeped into what people think is the deen and we ask Allah subhana wa tada to make it easy for us to learn this theme.
What are some of the main differences between the Hanafi and Shafi schools of fit? Wow, there are so many it's like that's, that's a question you can't answer. There are so many differences there and a lot of the time it's just in in the interpretation of Hadith
based on time and place and so on.
So for example, as you mentioned, there is shrimp lobster and crab. How don't know they're not.
And in fact, even in the Hanafi Fiqh or Hanafi. You know, according to the Hanafi scholars, they do not say that shrimp is home either. They do not say that it is Han they say that it is mcru it's disliked, but they do not say that it is haram. How long means if you eat it, you are sinned and you're eating something that is completely forbidden for you. They don't say that it's how they actually say that it is mcru that it's disliked to eat. So they don't prefer it to be eaten by the people. But that does not mean that it is how it is still halaal it is still permissible to eat. And so you see when you study the deen and you learn the slight differences in them in the different
In some of the rulings that some of the scholars gave, you'll see that it's actually very beautiful. You know, when you don't know a lot of the dean you start to put up this wall like this is how long and that's how I'm and everything's hot on but when you learn more of the dean you realize
there's so much out there it's so amazing there's so much that we can learn and you become more interested in it to become more curious about the deen and you want to know more? Okay.
Ah, artist by Don't ask me pet questions. Don't ask me pet questions because I am not my wife knows she'll tell you I'm not one who likes that people keep pets in their house. I think you can have a pet but let your pet roam. Let your pet roam free. Right.
And if your pet wants to come in your house then Bismillah allow it to come into your house but let it go out of your house as well. Let a pet be free for example you might have a pet cat and because you as the or not you but you know because of the human the human wants to keep the cat in the house. Allah subhana wa tada created that cat to go out and to mate. And now this miskeen or Myskina cat is like suffering because we are locking them inside of the house. Same goes with other types of animals and pets. And so we should allow our pets to roam free and go out and not be like okay, now we need to have them neutered and have all these don't ask me these questions. Let them go out. You
only have a pet let the back come home from the coffee story. I don't know if I want to tell the coffee story. Coffee story is private. And no one really wants to know except my wife so I'll just tell her when I get home Sharma
is eating egg mcru egg
The first time ever heard that eating eggs is mcru. I have to look into that. That'd be interesting. If some of the schools of jurisprudence say that egg is is micro, but to my knowledge, I just had two eggs this morning for breakfast and pretty much everything we cook and bacon. It has eggs not bacon bake, you know in the oven kind of thing.
Is it a must to follow the format. No it isn't In fact, it's a must to follow the Quran and the Sunnah of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. However, these scholars, what they did is they taught their students and their students sort of categorize their teachings or compiled should say the teachings of their teachers. And so those teachers became so well known and their their knowledge was shared with others and so on. And it became known as like a way a mud hub. But the reality is when we learn a Hadith, or we learn anything, and the scholars would say as well, if you look through their books, or you look through their teachings, you'll find that they mentioned if
you find a Hadeeth, or you find something of stronger grading or something more authentic than what they said, or something makes more sense or something of the deen that proves them wrong or is stronger in evidence than what they said then follow that and follow that. What does that teach us? Follow the Quran and the Sunnah of Mohammed some longer it you know, is it wrong for a person to follow a particular month habit to use as a guide to
it, you know, along as a guide throughout their journey in seeking knowledge.
Is that permissible? Yes, it's permissible. Why because they're going to learn from a scholar who's teaching a particular motherhood you could say, but if they learn something of another must have or that teacher says but in you know, another heads or according to the prophets all along I don't even send them in this incident. It's on and so forth. He said to do this instead of doing that, then that is the best thing so falling find a teacher who's going to teach you
you know the deen in a way that is easy for you to understand and practice.
I know the bunting agrees.
How can we let our pets roam free in Canada simple. Do you have a door on your house you open the door and you let it go out and if it comes back to you hamdulillah anything goes somewhere else
that a lot will mesh
but you have to train the animals as well and pets and so on. So like I said it's a topic I really don't want to get into. Okay.
You know, if a pet really loves the people that are looking after it, the pets will always come back to it. Like the example of Abu Ghraib.
But if a pet doesn't like
The owners or doesn't, and it's very dangerous actually to say owner because
I would use the word caretaker or guardian, the one who is taking care of those animals because it's a creation of a lot. Right? It is better for those animals sometimes to, to just be free on their own. But of course, you can look after them and look after them. There's nothing wrong with looking after animals.
Okay, I'm not really sure what you're referring to in terms of the 40 recitals and Salawat
jfe live stream the Friday eclipses most people can't go to the mosque due to COVID. So do you live stream that so that people can follow it? And will it be the same as attending the mustard so if you simply go to the previous live stream right here on Instagram, right here on this Instagram, and right here on Facebook and YouTube, you will find the live stream there from today's drama hookah I live stream every Friday and have been live streaming every Friday since the pandemic began.
So you'll find the live streams there. And is it sufficient for someone to watch the football at home and pray? jamara? No. Okay, if you're praying in the masjid in the congregation Bismillah You know, you're praying Jamal, in the congregation. That's fine. If you are at home and you're watching the live stream, you're watching it for the purpose of learning. And you still need to pray little hub sauna. Okay, you will pray for it. I have.
Okay, regard dogs are outside last week one was six. So we brought them in the garage. That's fine. That's fine. That's perfectly fine. Okay. In fact, you know what, one of the things that we learn from the chapters on, you know, animals and dogs and keeping dogs and stuff like that the permissibility of it is the fact that dogs are kept for a purpose in them. But they're kept in a way that's more natural that they get to be outside in Rome.
Okay, they get to be outside in Rome, and they don't come in live inside of our homes with us. Okay, but there's a space maybe within the home or on the property that is specific for them to get warmer than to sleep and to feel safe and secure and protected and so on. And so, okay.
Any more questions?
zali. Today's drama. It is Friday here. Okay. We're not in Malaysia. on the line.
Someone says sorry, the follow up question to the one I asked last week. Okay, what is that? What's that follow up question?
Is it permitted to pray another congregation when the Imam has already completed the congregational prayer? Okay.
Yes, so you can join in with someone else. And the fact that you can join in with someone, let's say someone came late, and you know, they stand up to pray and you can join in with them in the prayer, therefore, you are starting another congregation. Okay, so yes, it is permissible to do that. However, is it permitted to have multiple congregations in one place as a regular thing? No. So it shouldn't be that okay, there's one Imam who leaves one set up, and another Imam who leads the same assault afterwards. Or, you know, one Imam is going to lead for one group of people and nothing is going to be for another group of people or the same amount will lead for this. No, no, that's
something we shouldn't do. But if someone came late, and they're joining or someone came with the intention of joining the congregation, and they missed a congregation, and then those are in there with a few people and they make another congregation, that's fine.
Right? There are certain things with regards to it that we you know, could talk about, but we'll leave that for another day.
I was asking is it allowed to file for legal divorce in Canada during that period if my husband has decided not to do that together?
Okay, I would like to ask a few questions about this. But generally, if I'm just able to understand from what you're saying here, I was asked Is it allowed to file for legal divorce in Canada and during that period, so
to file for it is different I would say then to actually
receive a divorce. Okay, so we'll have to look into this a little bit more.
And I want some more details as to this. So if you can just message me privately inshallah.
no questions. Good. So I'll tell you about the coffee. So the coffee
I came to the masjid and the brothers were like, Why do you have such a large coffee? Why is it so big? And it's because
I turned 40 today, and I got this for free.
and what I was going to tell you is the lesson so the coffee and the lesson, the lesson is
what is the greatest gift or the best gift that you would ever ask for? Right? What's the best gift that any make if someone has to say, Mashallah, today's a special day for you. So you got this great game. In fact, I didn't even get. So disclaimer just for my wife. This is a grand day. But I asked them to put it in a venti cup, because they put whipped cream on it. And I didn't want them to put it in a smaller cup with whipped cream, that mean I would get less coffee, and most of it would be whipped cream. So I asked them I said, Put the same amount, but the large
actually the medium, right in the large cup, and then put whipped cream on top. So I still get the same amount. See I am, you know, a little cheap on the inside sometimes, right? So I still got the same amount of coffee, but in the larger cup with more whipped cream on top, because it's free.
Okay, so the lesson that I was going to share is
ah, honey, got honey, now I can call you God, right? Kaka? Mashallah.
So, uh, honey is on Facebook.
Oh, yeah, nice, try trying to score some brownie points there. So the lesson I was going to share is, I was actually going to type this out afterwards, maybe on Facebook or something is the greatest gift.
Or the most awesome gift, you know, you think of it sometimes. And I love watches be like an awesome watch, or an awesome phone, or a new laptop or tablet or something of that sort, you know, a brand new car, a model three Tesla, you know, I'll accept that if anyone wants to, you know, gift it to me, just, hello Clayton, I will gladly accept it, I'll pay the insurance on it, you pay for the car itself.
And I'm serious about that, if anyone wants to give me a model three, Bismillah
but the most awesome gift is that ILA in the law. Because when you think of it, you can have anything in this dunya but when you leave, you leave it behind.
And for me turning 40 today is an eye opener and a reminder of the fact that
I've reached this point. And I remember when I was a kid, I never thought that I would reach the age of 20 and on a reach 20 I was like some kind of law I already reached 20 I don't even want to reach 30 and then I reached 30 and now I just left my 30s now I'm 40
and you think to yourself so kind of love life is going by so fast. And hamdulillah we have let you know that's that's the lesson Alhamdulillah we have learned that the best gift ever. The best gift ever. Now, you know,
my wife sitting there like banging your head like what's wrong with this guy? He's asking for a Tesla Model three. Yeah, Tesla Model three. I wouldn't want any other Tesla.
Unless it's the truck which they're still trying to figure out what the design is going to be. And that's going to be few years model threes awesome fits my family in it. It's more than enough. It's exactly what we need. And for those of you who don't know Tesla, may Allah subhanaw taala guide you to understanding technology in the future and the future of the automotive industry and Shawn law does not come along came in for attending today bark alone FICO may last for hundreds Allah bless you and your families and May Allah subhana wa tada Open your hearts to this demon opened my heart in our hearts to this Deen Allah subhana wa tada keep us together for more than another 40 years in
sha Allah to Allah mean. And we ask Allah subhana wa tada to bless us with the best of this world
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