Friday Night Etiquettes Class – September 24, 2021
Channel: Daood Butt
File Size: 35.19MB
Head on behind me are slower to lie he was lm Hu L and V Hill Karim Ali of total Sala to attempt to slim rubbish. Luckily sorry, were silly Emily that Emily Sani of Coco Lee, my brothers and my sisters a Cena more alikum warahmatu Allahi wa barakato It is Friday, September 24 2021. And I need to begin by apologizing for the delay in the start of today's class. I was just in another meeting and had a lot of just rushing to get from one place to the other. And I knew it was going to be delayed so actually did all my reading earlier. I started doing it yesterday to make sure that we're ready for today humbler? So we're starting a new chapter Today we are starting the chapter on the
Deb her little massage it the etiquette to the chapter of the etiquettes of visiting or attending the masjid, right. So today in sha Allah Allah we're going to begin with some of the reasons why like what are the benefits of going to the masjid? First of all, Allah Subhana Allah says in Surah two out of verse number 31 he says I will be learning in a show bounded by Jean
Yeah, Benny demma who Xena telco marry Deku Lemus je de Allah Subhana which Allah tells Benny Adam, all of the children of Adam, as in every human being believer or non believer, every single person who Xena to cometan de Colima in the collete Masjid, take your Xena What is your Xena basically your adornment take What Makes You Beautiful, come to the masjid and you become beautified you know attend the prayer in the masjid you become beautified. Be someone who's connected to the masjid and you'll find happiness you'll find joy you'll find pleasure you will find everything that you're looking for in life when you busy yourself and frequent the mustard so Allah Subhana Allah says, you
have any Adam who Zina takumar in the cul de Masjid. So every single mustard that you go to a visit when you visit for the sake of Allah Subhana Allah and worship to worship Allah.
every prayer is a Zina for you as it is some sort of beautification some sort of glow, there's no there's so much that comes from Allah Subhana Allah to us when we attend the message it also the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mentions in the Hadith and this is Hadith
narrated by Mr. Muslim or reported I should say by a Muslim, where he says some Allahu Allahu wa sallam mentor what is Allah for us but whoever
perfect prepares themselves for sauna and perfects their whoo as it gets themselves ready for prayer and completes their will do and does it the way that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam performed with
so my Masha Allah Sala till October for Salah hammer a nurse Oh my Gemma. Oh Phil mustard. So whoever performs there will perfects their will and then walks to the Sala lm October the five compulsory daily prayers. So someone is walking to or it doesn't necessarily have to be walking it could be using your car, a bicycle and he scooter rollerblades skateboard.
tricycle bicycle, public transit, whether it's a bus or Uber or a taxi doesn't matter. You make your way to the masjid okay for the compulsory prayer fosse Allah her nurse, omero jamara, ofili mustard and prays that compulsory prayer with people or with the Gemma or in the masjid
right, because you may have intended to go for the compulsory prayer but didn't make it but you still end up praying your compulsory prayer there in the masjid refer Allahu Allahu Akbar, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, Allah forgives him for his sins. Allah forgives that person for the sins that they've committed. By doing what making will though making your way to the masjid and praying that compulsory prayer for salah and nurse with some of the people that are in the masjid, oh my god, Gemma, or in that main congregation, oh feeling mustard. Generally you're in the mustard. You went there for the compulsory prayer maybe you came in there was no one there you
found no one or you missed the prayer. Allah subhanho wa Taala. Allah forgives us of our sins when we put that effort in to go to the mustard. So these are two examples of the benefits of attending the masjid. There are other benefits as well remember the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam about the seven categories of people who will be under the shade on a day when there's no shade except the shade that is provided by
Allah subhana wa tada What does the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say? So by Tonio Venlo whom Allah houfy when the he'll mela will level and from amongst those seven categories is a nodule on konbu more I Lacan, Bill masajid
A men whose heart is connected to the masjid now of course the Hadith mentions Roger Roger, Roger, but it is referring to not only men, but a person in general, okay, it's a way of speaking. So this man goes and does his men does that a man does this men does that. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is telling us that from the seven categories of people that will be under this shade, on the day of judgment when there is no shade except the shade of the throne of Allah subhanho wa Taala that has provided a person whose heart is more I look attached to the masjid. Right, and it doesn't necessarily have to be one mustard. Generally this person loves to attend the masjid. They come to
the masjid and they see
what time the oven is and they become the first one there. They come in they see shoes need to go on the shelf and so they put the shoes up on the shelf. They come to the masjid and and of course these are all extra things that we learn and we benefit from, from the attendance of the mustard. But generally speaking what is meant is that someone finds peace and comfort and joy by simply being in the masjid, praying their prayers in the masjid attending the compulsory prayers there and sitting in Riba in worship, right? worshiping Allah subhana wa tada from the masjid.
That person's heart is connected more I look it's like consider the chandelier in a mustard right? Some of us have big chandelier so I consider the chandelier as like the thing that is more a look. It's attached to the masjid. Everyone comes and goes but the chandelier never leaves. When it's dark. It provides light right it provides light the believer when we come for Sala who Zina Kumar in the cul de Masjid take your beautification from the massage it from attending the prayers. And so my brothers and sisters, here we see
examples of the benefits of attending the mustard. And being from amongst those who love to come to the mustard the house of Allah Subhana data is in a place where worshipers gather to worship Allah zoa Jen. Alright, so let's look at some of the etiquettes of attending the masjid. What type of etiquettes Can we think of? Well, the first one that we're going to start with is a nephew and her daughter is masajid Lehman akella. Thumb I will Basile when we email. The very first thing is, before I even go to the masjid, what condition Am I in? Have I eaten something that makes me smell bad? Or makes my breath smell bad? And if I have, can I attend the masjid? So
this first etiquette that we're learning is that it is
to attend the masjid. If we've eaten garlic, or onions, or something similar.
Well, before we get to the why, let's take the example in the Sunnah. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in the hadith of Giardia or the logline, where he says the Messenger of Allah or the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said
Whoever eats garlic or onion
should avoid us right? Oh call or he said
should avoid the masajid while Jaccard c Beatty and he should remain in his home. So here is an example of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam where he says whoever ate garlic or onions should avoid
leaving a shavon in LA Jean. Whoever ate garlic or onion should avoid gathering with us or gathering in the massage it basically don't hurt others don't disturb others make it uncomfortable for others because we ate garlic or onions
and the profits on a longer it was some of them said while he appeared. fee Beatty and to stay and that well, is well I'm right giving a command stay in your homes. Stay
At home, don't come to the masjid. Also
in another hadith of jabil, or the Allah when
he says, Now how do I sort of want his son to live? Well how do you sell a man a little bustle? He says the prophet SAW the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam forbade
garlic sorry bustle is onion.
Well, cross which is leak. Okay leak. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam forbade eating onion
For Halliburton, l hijjah. For a Cal nemenhah, but it became a necessity for us like we we had to eat so we ate it right? And we consumed the onion and leek for call. So the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said
monocular min her the his shujaa whoever eats from these stinky
plants, right or vegetables, foods
fellay or cribben MSG dinner should not come close to our masajid for in Nelly mela Yuka for the angels are disturbed
me Maya to the meanness. The angels are disturbed by the things that disturb human beings.
So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in his Hadees of Jabba Viola and he says jabil De La Hoya and says the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam forbade us from eating
onions and leek. But we needed to eat so we ate it. And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Whoever has eaten from these stinky trees or plants
should not come close to our message it for the angels are disturbed by what human beings become disturbed by.
So we should avoid the mustard when we consume leek or onions or garlic. Why? Well, like we said, why
the nurse, the people who are praying in the masjid want to focus they want to concentrate. And what happens is people come to the masjid after eating garlic and onions and they're standing there. And the exercise that many of us get is going down into the court going into such that and coming up over and over again. And so that's the little bits of exercise that many people get right because you know, we walk to the masjid never moving around. But what happens is people end up burping as well. And one of the things that I remember talking about at the beginning of COVID was how Subhana Allah during the month of Ramadan, because we were standing six feet apart, and because everyone was
wearing a mask and you couldn't really hear anybody and if anyone
wants to burn, you wouldn't be able to smell it. Right? So the saying is we were all six feet apart, and everyone had to wear a mask. And because you're so far apart from each other and you're wearing a mask, no one could really smell your burp if you Bert, right? But really, what we have to keep in mind is generally speaking, we're not six feet apart in prayer, we're standing shoulder to shoulder and we are not wearing masks, usually right we're talking about pre COVID and post COVID as well and shot a lot of data hopefully sometime soon. We won't have to wear masks again.
So we don't want to disturb each other when we come to the prayer. And this is where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam forbade us from consuming garlic onions leak anything similar to those plants. Okay, do not eat these items intentionally. and use that as an excuse for not coming to the masjid. That's another point that we need to keep in mind. Don't eat them intentionally and say Oh, you know what? I don't want to go to the mustard. So I'm gonna eat some garlic right? I'll have a shwarma with garlic sauce, so I don't need to go to the mustard for the rest of the day or I have an excuse for my parents. Right? Hey, you know what? I had a garlic shawarma so I can't really come to
the mustard for my classes today. No, we should not eat something intentionally for the sake of staying away from Allah subhanho wa Taala we should always strive and want and desire to come closer to Allah. And if it happens that we eat something that has garlic or onions in it, then we stay away from the masjid until you know that smell has left.
Also keep in mind that some people are so passionate about praying in the masjid. That
They disregard the fact that they already ate something or are going to eat something. They just disregard it and say you know what, I don't really care. prayer in Sala Salah prayer in the masjid is more important to me than the garlic, or the Hadeeth about the garlic so I'm just going to disregard it. No. Remember that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told the person who ate those to stay home. So a person should not say, Well, I don't care. If you don't care, it's because you're going against the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu I don't either. So I'm going against the word of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam which, again, is not permissible islamically right.
It's very arrogant to do so that's what shavon did to Allah subhanho wa Taala he did not care what Allah subhana wa dinette was telling him or had to say. And it was like, I don't really care, right? You're telling me to bow down? I don't really care.
Doesn't bother me. And so when we use that type of attitude, we're being arrogant with Allah subhanho wa Taala added disregarding his Deen. So remember, if someone ate garlic, onions leak or anything similar to it, then we should stay away from the mustard. And those who are overzealous over passionate and say, I don't care if I ate it. I'm still going to pray in the mustard. That's your problem. If you don't like the smell, you stay home. No, that's not the way it works. It's not the way it works. You are the problem who is disturbing the people around you. So you need to stay away.
And that is the command that came from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
The scholars say that it is from the weakness of someone's Amen. People think they're actually, you know, pious or passionate or zealous. The scholars say that is due to their weakness in Eamon that these people's belief in Allah and their level of knowledge and Allah Subhana Allah is very low. Right? Their knowledge of the deen is low. Their Eman is low. And so they think that they know more than the rules that Allah Subhana Allah set through His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now, the scholars use these examples to also say, well wait a second, there are other things other items that are disturbing to the Muslim brothers and sisters were standing in prayer at the masjid. Other
smells incense, like the scent of the mouth of someone who's just finished smoking cigarettes.
I know some people like oh, we love the smell. You might love the smell, because maybe you're a smoker, but we don't like the smell. Right? The average person does not like the smell that comes out of your mouth after you smoked a cigarette. In fact, I think most people who smoke cigarettes don't really like the aftertaste as well. Right? They usually take in a coffee or some gum, right? It's it's just not pleasant. So the scholars say the same applies if people are consuming things that has a vowel scent. Now remember, with regards to garlic, onions leak these items. The scent is not on your tongues. So some people say I'm just going to chew gum or I'm going to brush my teeth
and then go to the masjid. No. In fact, according to the Sunnah, that is disregarded. Why? Because the scent is coming from your stomach and you go through the chapters of
Hadees pertaining to food. You'll notice that the scent is coming from your stomach, and it's not on your tongue so you can brush your teeth or chew gum. But when you have to burp, that smell still comes out of the garlic and onions. Right? It's just nasty. This is why in our Deen we are recommended to stay home and not approach the prayer place or the gatherings of the people when we've eaten these items. So simply chewing gum doesn't solve the problem.
Another example in addition to cigarettes,
body odor. Some people don't change their clothing enough. Some people don't wash their clothing properly. Some people sweat more than others.
Well take whatever precautionary measure you need in order to ensure that when you come to the masjid, you are not disturbing the people who are praying next to you. So if you are at work and you're sweating and you're drenched in sweat and you're like on going to the masjid, we are to come to the masjid prepared in a nice presentable manner. We are meant to look good. We're standing before Allah subhana wa
Our teachers would tell us how how can you come? How can you even think of coming to Salatu fudger in your pajamas. You just don't. You don't come to fudger in pajamas to the point where, you know the phobes that have short sleeves, those are considered pajamas in the Arabian Peninsula, right? phobes with short sleeves, those are considered pajamas.
But many Western students and in fact foreign students, especially when we're students in Medina, you know, we would consider it like Holmen, a long sleeve. We could just wear short sleeves though. But the short sleeves job is considered pajamas and the scholars don't appreciate it. They tell their students listen, that is not appropriate to come to the masjid in those are pajamas. You come to the masjid covered properly, wearing nice clothing smelling nice. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam groomed himself and we'll see other examples of things that we should do, you know, come prepared to the mustard. We go to meetings, business meetings, Pamela it was really interesting. I
saw someone at Juma today who had their shirt you know hanging out of their pants and you know wasn't ironed well it was like the same shirt that this brother was raining for the last few days.
And you know, pants and stuff like that, that were not ironed and it was like okay, you didn't put anything nice on. But then in the evening, I ran into the same brother.
On the same day, it was a Friday on the same day. And that brother was wearing nice shirt ironed tucked into these beautifully crisply ironed pants with a nice belt in the buckle and he had the cufflinks on and you know His hair was combed and done nicely and oiled up and I was like Mashallah tomato cola is your wedding day? He's like, No, I'm just going out for dinner afterwards with you know, some friends and family.
Drama, you look a mess. You came into a loss of hanaway, Diana's home to pray and You looked like you were a mess at drama. And now you're going out to have dinner with some friends and family and you like Mashallah, to Monica. It looks like it's your wedding day. It should be the opposite. We go out looking presentable, yes. But when we're coming to stand before Allah Subhana Allah we have to keep in mind, I'm standing before my Creator. If we're going to a meeting with a prince or princess, we will never show up in pajamas. If we're going to a meeting with Justin Trudeau, we're probably not going to show up in our pajamas. If we're going to a meeting with our MP or our boss or in an
employer or anyone in general, we are going to go presentable, we're now standing in a meeting before Allah Subhana Allah as in we're standing facing the direction Allah wants us to submitting to him yet we're submitting in
you know, clothing that's dirty, right? smelly, stinky, right? Our mouths are not cleaned properly, people smoking cigarettes outside, finishing it up.
finishing it up coming inside, some brothers male must have had we've had a guide all of us, I mean, some brothers when they come to the masjid, they're trying quickly to finish the cigarette to come in and catch the Sala that they inhale the cigarette outside in order to chuck it on the parking lot. floor right the ground of the parking lot, which again, shouldn't be done. It's the house of a law, take care of it, right throwing it outside, coming inside, exhaling the smoke in the mustard, Mashallah natural behaviour, natural behavior coming from the person, right?
Allahu Akbar, Allah
we need to be careful of that. So in addition to smelling good, and avoiding eating foods that make our breath smell bad, the scholars discouraged us from doing anything or wearing anything or eating anything consuming anything that is going to leave a foul scent on us. Thus disturbing the people that are going to be praying next to us.
That's it for this first etiquette we'll move on to the next one in sha Allah I wanted to take quite a few other things but 123 of the things but we'll just take one in Sha Montana
unless you want to open it up for q&a so if you have any questions type them out if I see those questions
I'll you know stop what we're doing and those questions inshallah so I'll continue for now until I'm in front of me. Okay.
So yes, q&a has begun. type your questions away, give you 10 minute headstart.
The next thing that we're going to take with regards to etiquettes Okay, here we go. I saw some questions came through.
So I'll carry on until I see a few more questions come through. Okay. Then
Next point is
is a tab key you ll Masjid. It is encouraged and preferred for us to be earn when coming to the masjid. So here's a reminder there's 25 minutes left until sala delicia here in the mustard. So if you need to make although and make your way over now's the time to start making your renew so you can listen until then for the next like five, six minutes and then make your way to the mustard in sha Allah Tada. So it is encouraged to be early when attending the masjid. Here's a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from Abu huraira or the Allahu Allah where he says another sort of law he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a call, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
said, were people to know
the blessings of calling
And standing in the front row,
they would even draw lots to secure these privileges.
And were they to realize the reward of performing Sala early they would race
to attend it.
And if they know or knew, if they knew the merits of airasia and fudger prayers, they would come to them. Even if they had to crawl.
The toe Wilma wello had one, they would come to the prayer even if they had to crawl. Think of that. Think of that. Here we have an example. I'll read this hadith to you once again, the importance of coming early to prayer. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, we're people to know the blessings of calling the eye then how many of us come to the masjid early to call the event? None of us, right, just a few less than a handful rush to get to the mustard. Some of the brothers when I'm here alone, they know they're like oh doubts, there's hours you know he's in the masjid. Some of the brothers come extra early just to make it to the front. Because they know if I see that no one is
here, I'm going to leave my office and go to the front and call do that. Even though I have to leave the prayer I'll call the event. So I know some of the brothers they come. And one of the brothers in particular, he's like chef, you lead the prayer, you get that reward already. Let us have the reward of the event. have us no problem. Call the event, right? My intention is there I get the reward anyways, but you call the event. And so Allah, the prophets and along with it was one of them says
where people to know the blessing of calling the other end. And standing in the front row being in the first SFX? How many of us it's been months or years since we prayed in the first stuff. And don't say, brother we can there's only eight people that are allowed to stand in the front row because of COVID. Well, why aren't you one of the eight people, right? We should be there. Right? We should be there, we should rush towards it. Even myself. If I'm not leading the prayer a lot of the time, it's difficult to get to the front row because those brothers beat me to it. Right? So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam says were people to know the blessings of calling me then in standing in
the front row, they would even draw lots to secure these privileges. As in they would make sure that they had some chance, right, they would compete with each other. Like you go to a dinner and they say today we have the prize of
I don't know this beautiful piece of art or
something valuable, you know, a gift card or something. And everyone's name will be put into a raffle and drawn but you have to stay until a certain time everyone stays because they want to make sure that their name is drawn and they might win. Here the profits on the long run even sentiment showing us that we would put our names to be drawn in order to have the privilege to stand in the front row as in we would compete with each other and go the distance he says and were they to realize the reward of performing Sala early as in praying it's on it's time
they would race for it.
We would race
for it. And what is meant by racing is not running fast. Because we'll see that in the next you know few etiquettes that it's discouraged to come to the prayer huffing and puffing while after having walked or ran to pray or discouraged. The prophet SAW long it was something did not encourage us to run to prayer. Some people say but I'm going to be late. It's okay take it easy. Take it easy. You know the only one really that is rushing nowadays is that right is they're trying to get there because people don't wait for the email. They're like, Oh, the clock beeped, we got to start praying even though the memes in the buildings like too bad emails now here we're gonna break. Alright, take
it easy, relax.
Relax, right? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, and I know someone's gonna say, but shouldn't that human be the first one there? Well, the man is busy with 10 other things at that time, right? And every single person is coming to the Imam at that time trying to speak to them and ask them questions. Why are people only coming to ask your questions at the time of Salah? Why can't they come at the other times of the day?
Oh, it's not important enough, right? But it's only important at that time. So think about these things, right? I'm not using me as an example talk about imams in general. Okay.
And were they to realize the reward of performing Salah early they would race for it. And if they knew the merits of airasia and fudger
prayers, they would come to them even if they had to crawl. How many of us can't even roll out of bed, walk over to the bathroom? Make whoo with nice you know, warm water 100 illa and you know, pray the prayer
is is difficult for many of us. ask Allah Subhana Allah to make easy for every single one of us. I mean, we'll stop there for today. We'll continue
from here next week in sha Allah we just take note of this and then I'll answer some questions
so first of all
someone's saying their father's in the hospital Chevelle Allah, Allah subhana wa tada grant him cure in the easiest pain and
grant him swift recovery make it easy for him to return home to you and the family I mean
let me know if he's in the Milton District Hospital by the way.
Let me see if there's any questions here and no few questions came up. Okay.
So question here is, is the benefit
for is the benefit is for the praying all five Sana in mustard or is it for each sauna? If someone cannot attend all five prayers in Masjid so is the benefit for praying all five sauna in mustard. Okay, so you're referring to the first Heidi's Okay, the first heavy I'm assuming so the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says whoever makes a law and perfects their will and then makes their way to the prayer the compulsory prayer and praise it in the masjid with the people are in congregation. Allah Subhana Allah forgives them of their sins. This is referring to one of the compulsory prayers. Remember, there's another Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that
between each compulsory prayer is forgiveness. So from one prayer to the next prayer what happened in between if we're praying them then what happened in between those two prayers, any sins that were committed a less penalty to Allah forgives them. So from that prayer to the next prayer any sins that were committed last Penwith Allah forgives them so it's one prayer and in between prayer for prayer to prayer Allah Subhana Allah Francis forgiveness
another question that is here is one is cooked garlic also forbidden? Yes it is similar to the raw garlic however it raw garlic is far stronger. So the cooked garlic you may get over it quicker. Right? Then the raw garlic but both are the same in the sense that like they do, you know, exhibit this foul smell it in our mouths our stomachs and especially if someone burps then it's terrible, right? So it also depends on how it's cooked and for how long it's cooked right? So those are things to keep in mind but the rule is general for garlic whether cooked or raw. Second question are our sisters are allowed to attend the mosque? Yes, Muslim women are allowed to attend the masjid. And in
fact, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that we are not allowed to forbid the women from coming to the masjid. We are not allowed to forbid them. Right? The wife of Rama, Rama and she used to go to the masjid and remodel the Aloma and wasn't too happy with it. But she didn't care because hey, you can forbid me from going to the Muslim going to the house of Allah. I'm not going to some party right? Going to the house of Allah subhanaw taala. Third question, what is the best way to perform witr prayer? So this is a fifth question that we answered in our fifth class already.
I will I will generally say that the more common more preferred manner of praying
The width of prayer is to pray to Raka
and then after the Salaam of those two Raka stand up and pray one that aka Okay, that is the more common more
preferred method of praying the width of prayer based on this style of praying of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
Another question is, can I lie to my boss to perform Salah. So lying is not permissible. So I would encourage doing something wrong in order to do something right in good.
They should not have any reason to stop us from praying
we as employees have to figure out a way to compensate for the few minutes that we are away from our work due to prayer. And a lot of the time that can be easily achieved by tweaking our lunch or our break times. Okay, so that's something to keep in mind in sha Allah Allah
Alright, seems like that's all the questions that we have does not come alive or failing for attending. We have 14 minutes until a sharp prayer in the mustard so please make your way if you are in Milton anywhere you should be able to get here within 14 to 15 minutes so please jump in your cars make your way over to the mustard barakallahu pecan. Another question just came in. He sometimes does not allow any afternoon shift to get through prayers. You do your best you try you try okay and ask a local scholar don't know where you are. Ask a local scholar if maybe there's a possibility of you combining two prayers. Okay. And last one we try to cure your mother and bless
her with good health and strength May Allah subhana wa tada grant your ease and comfort throughout her difficult time. Now Allah subhanho wa Taala reward her for her patients throughout her illness I mean
okay good question in the Sunnah Salah do we read a surah or recite to sought after sought after the Fatiha? Yes, you can. It's assuming that to recite from the Quran after solothurn Fatiha Okay, especially in the first tuukka right that's what we're referring to the first tuukka any tips on how to stay consistent on our prayers? Yes. Try to pray your Sunnah prayers after the compulsory prayers that you pray when we create a shield these are the five compulsory prayers your shields to protect. These are your Sunnah prayers, so you are protecting the fold. There will be days when you say I don't have time, so I will pray only the photons prayer and skip the Sunnah. That's okay. So the way
that we trick our minds or basically encourage ourselves to be more particular about the compulsory prayers is to actually pray more Sunnah prayers, and that's how we protect the compulsory prayers. Just like Camila heighten barakallahu ecomes Panchen Lama will be humble enough to allow the antenna Stouffer corner to be like, or center more Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh