Friday Night Family Quran Class
Channel: Daood Butt
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Charlie Sabri way acidity, MD, they tend to release any of our goalie, my brothers and my sisters SLM or na Kumara.
Hope everyone is doing well in sha Allah.
We are going to continue with our
class on the etiquettes of reciting the Quran or the etiquettes of should say,
We finished off last week looking at
you know, pronouncing the letters properly and not speeding through it and so on. And today, we will continue with some of the things that have to do with the recitation of record. And after spending that time with it.
Today we begin with his tech scene. So Bill
is about to see an assault vehicle and how it is encouraged and recommended that we perfect our reputation as and we beautify our reputation when we are going to be reciting the Quran.
And we see that there's a Hadeeth
reported by sorry narrated by a moment of Makati law. Where
no way to this one Bahati yes and it Sorry, just double check that. So have you found in
Hawaii where the Aloha said semi retired I saw a lot he said a lot of us lm T and he was a he says I heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam reciting what Tini was a tune. We know that to what are very well. That's one of my favorites for us.
And so he says, I heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam reciting what Tina was a tune in Sala to literature. Well, unless I may have to I had an accent so to mean who? Okay, as in he says, I have never heard anyone with a more beautiful voice or recitation then is right. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam when he was reciting the Quran, it was not something that he just did. You know, reciting it. Some people said, okay, learn, recite it and just humble I mean, he
can do he can stay in the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to beautify his recitation. And we learned a little bit about that, prolonging, you know, like the ending of the eye, making sure that we're mud is pronounced properly, making sure that one sounds properly making sure that the letters are coming up from the right place. And that's why it's important to learn the cottage and vintage wheat.
So for example, if I say where does the letter BOD originate from in your mouth, you'd be like, well, I don't know, we mean, well, that's studying the mahadesh the massage the place where the letters originate from in the mouth, for example, that, that they sing the tip of the tongue, on the bottom of the D, upper teeth, right. And, you know, also placing it there on the top of the bottom, top of the bottom, the top of the bottom teeth, right, so basically sticking your tongue out a little bit between the edges of your teeth, and the air is going to come out from the sides of your mouth. All of this is taught to us by our teachers. And of course, it goes back to learning how the
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would recite the Quran.
So he says,
the Aloha and says, You know, I heard also the loss of a loved one. I think he was Salaam Itokawa T and he was a tune he was reciting with Dini was a tune, and I never heard anyone recite more beautifully than he did. Okay. We also see how these have been added over the long run, where he says, The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said or messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said
beautify your voices with the end, okay, beautify your voices with the Quran. So a lot of the time you find people beautifying their voices with other things, right? Like singing, for example, or, you know, trying to beautify their voice when they're conveying a message to others delivering a lecture or talking to people, you know about a certain topic or, you know, you're trying to convince clients at work, right, and you are speaking to them, trying to beautify your voice so that they are captured by the speech coming out of your voice, which is fine. That's also part of our Deen right. We also have to learn how to capture the
The heart and the mind and the soul of the believers in returning them to the reminders of a loss of hanaway data found in the Quran and the Sunnah of Mohamed salah and he was set up so for example,
we took this as an example before, when the Quran is recited, we're supposed to listen to it and also we know that the believers are those who when they hear the Quran being recited, their hearts tremble. Okay tremble with the remembrance of Allah Subhana Allah. So this hadith of Bara even as it shows us that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam encouraged this habit of the law, through his own actions to beautify his recitation of the Quran,
and to make sure that our voices are nice when we aren't reciting the Quran. So, if I'm going to,
if I'm going to take a step back, and try to understand this from a different angle, if you look at someone who is, you know, a singer, and I don't like to use these examples, but I'm using it because I know that a lot of people are, you know, are listening to certain things in their cars, or listening to certain things using their earphones, and they're attracted to it. So the sound of people's voices and so on is attracting the attention of many people. Now, what do you think goes into preparing for the delivery of that sound, you'll notice that if you ever went to a vocalist specialist handle, I had the opportunity to go to a vocalist specialist to actually recite the urn
is a non Muslim,
a non Muslim female doctor who I would go into a studio and she's sitting on the other side in another studio, and I would be recording into a microphone and she would be telling me what I'm doing wrong. And this was because I had an issue with my throat for a long, long time for many years. And humbler you know, part of the recap, you could say in, in learning to reuse my throat and reuse my voice in the correct way was to go to this vocalist specialist and, and have lessons given to me on how to beautify your voice. And sorry, I should actually rephrase that not beautify your voice, use your voice, how to correctly use your voice.
And one of the things was, I came in one day, and she was like, okay, just do something like, you know, when you're delivering a sermon, you know, speak how you're, how you're speaking when you're delivering a sermon. So it was like, Okay.
In the Al Hamdulillah nemid Monastery, no one has told Pharaoh there will be learning in karate unforseen album in sejati. Lena, she was like, that's it, like, you just walk right up to the microphone and start, I'm like, Yeah, what she was you need to, you need to warm your voice up. You need to warm up those vocal cords. And so if you want to hit certain, you know, when you're just speaking regularly, I really need to do that. Right. But you need to, you need to start with something you need to warm up. So first of all the foods that you eat, the drinks that we drink, and consume, for example, lots of you know, lots of coffee, for example is going to affect your throat
lots of tea sometimes can affect your throat, you know, certain things that are acidic will give you that acid which will then you know, affect your throat as well.
When we are talking about beautifying our recitation of the Quran, don't you think it's important for us to pay attention to this and I remember she from shadow she that I firstly, you know, he was a student in Medina during the time when I was a student there. And, you know, sometimes we had the opportunity to speak to him, and he used to, you know, make a certain kind of tea, write a certain kind of tea, which was actually herbal, it wasn't like a tea that has caffeine in it. It was a tea made with, you know, certain spices that were put in there. And I will tell you the secret spice mix. But you know, certain things were put in there. And I remember even having this conversation
with Shane. Yeah, Ibrahim was in Perth, Australia. fellow Canadian, right. He also heard from many of the machetes, and he would ask them, what is it that you drink? Or what is it that you do to prepare your throat for your recitation of the Quran?
So we need to prepare ourselves when we're going into reciting the Quran. Now, of course, there's a difference between reciting the Quran. You know, just as you're passing through your day, like you're in your car, and you're reciting or you are and you know what i see it yes on here, right? Yes. Male, right. He says he just thinks that's not true. You guys, I know you don't just sing. I saw lots of articles. I know you take that special mint, that you put that in your in your mouth. And that lubricates your mouth and your throat. I know you do that because you offered that to me before that little black thing, right?
So there's certain things that you can do right that you can take to make it easy for you to
speak or sing or reciprocal and
thing that's really important is, for example, using spices that might open up your vocal cords or relax your vocal cords or bring more saliva to your mouth if you're someone who suffers from dry mouth and so on. And I know it's kind of weird that we're talking about this, but hey, we are reciting the word of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Isn't it important that we give all of what other people give to everything else? Isn't it important for us to bring that to the table when we're going to be reciting the Quran for our last panel, which, of course, right like if you're sitting in your car, you're not going to sit there and be like, okay, now I gotta do this, I gotta do that, you
probably just take out your miswak clean your teeth or your mouth a little bit, or you might just start reciting, right? That's fine. But if you're going to sit down, you want to beautify your voice, and you're going to perfect your recitation, you want to learn how to recite the Quran as well, and how to pronounce it properly. What's important there is that we look into everything that will help us to make our recitation even better that it will make it float.
what does that spice
Cardamom cardamoms really good. Clothes are really good. Okay, cardamom and cloves are really good. Cinnamon for some people are a little bit of cinnamon, but for other people cinnamon will actually affect their vocal chords and try them out very quickly. So there's a few things that are out there, you need to practice you need to, you know, experiment. Now, there's another thing that we need to do. When I was with the vocalist specialist, one thing that she asked me to do was recite the Quran. She's like, Okay, what about your holy book when you're reciting? Or when you're praying the actual prayer aspect of what you do? I said, Well, that's a completely different type of speech, right? So
when you're delivering that speech, that Hookes law, it's very powerful, it's direct, and you're speaking or you're coming on, you know, very direct, and when we're receiving the call, and she's like, okay, we'll do it. So I have a microphone in front of me. I'm in the studio. She's sitting on the other side of the earphones on and it's recording my vocal cords, right? It's just doing all this crazy, wacky nonsense. So it's recording that stuff.
And so I was like, Okay, I'll do like a mock version of what we do when we're praying. So I'm not actually going to pray, but I'll just recite, she's like, a good
rubini lugging in a shape on you.
And then she was like, Okay, do you ever, ever say a little bit for a few minutes? And she's like, do you ever, like raise your voice? Do you ever go like more powerful on certain things? And I was like, Yeah, absolutely. Yeah.
Do you need
to do more?
And she was like, Okay, good. Do you ever go softer? I was like, yeah, sure, absolutely. And give her an example. And so on. So we're doing different things. She's recording and she's like, Wow, this is amazing. Like in your recitation of your holy book, your sound or your, you know, the sounds coming out of your vocal cords, your vocal box, I should say, goes really high and really low.
And that's because context in what's being recited. So she's like, what you really need to do is warm up your vocal cords before you go all out and recite. I was like, really? Okay. I usually just bring something warm, like warm water. I never drink anything cold, no cold water, no cold drinks, ice drinks, never drinks. You know? She's like, No, you gotta you gotta warm them up. And so you do something like
And then you do it with your mouth open. Oh.
And I don't want to open my mouth because you're in front of me. And that's actually bad. etiquettes right. It's bad morals. It's not from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to open our mouth or for other people to see in our mouth. That's why when we yawn, we put our hand in front of our mouth.
Hmm. And we own that way so that we don't open our mouth in front of others. So these are all from the etiquettes and morals of the sun. Right? We find these things in December of Muhammad Sallallahu usnm. So when I did that, you know, when I did the, you know, the fluctuation in the pitches, she was like, Okay, that's good, and you need to do different things. So I thought to myself, you know what, this is really interesting. Not too long. After that. I went for Ramadan, took my wife Rhonda was the very first Ramadan trip that we went on together. He came, you know, to Mecca Medina with me.
And on that trip we managed to I actually managed to praise Allah to fudger inside
That special room where the then of the carrabba will stand and pray. So the two or three of them have mustered out on when they're standing in solid, they're standing inside a completely enclosed sound room that is soundproof. And you know what, even with your phones, you're not allowed to have your phone
connection on or your your ringer can't be on. It can't even be on vibrate, it has to be on mute. And they check it for you. Otherwise, they'll keep it outside of the room. And you're only allowed to have three or four people in their maximum. Okay. And so I managed to go into that room. We went in there was, you know, the I've been sitting in there, like so
And I was like, Oh, this is interesting. So I asked him what oven of mustard on I said, Is that what you're doing? Are you warming up your throat? He says yes. I live in Jeddah. He says he lives in Gupta. And he drives in two or three days a week in order to call the n n and a comma at Masjid al Haram.
And along the way, in the car, he actually does have, he does have code, write the code to warm up his throat to get ready to call the event. And it was like shift. So Pamela, that's amazing. You actually do that in your car? He says yes, every single day takes me about 40 minutes. He says for 40 minutes, I'm driving in my car, and I am
you know, doing a job to warm up my throat to prepare myself to call the end. And I was like, Pamela That's amazing. All you're doing is calling the end. He's like, that's not all you're doing. You're calling people bisola you're calling people to stand before a loss of time with Allah to worship Allah azza wa jal, right, it's an important task. And in fact, it's a huge responsibility. It's what a lot of the allow us to do. You need to be ready, you need to be prepared. And he's like, one simple mistake, and we can be penalized. I was like, really, they would find you? He's like, No, I mean, find me is like, we're doing this for a loss of handling data, right? A lot is, you know,
watching over us, we need to make sure we're doing it for the sake of doing it right and proper and correct. calling people do stellar and the oneness of Allah. Allah is absolutely amazing because I have learned some of this stuff from the vocal specialist who wasn't even Muslim, right training us to, you know, prepare for recitation and prepare for our classes and prepare for it and so on. And here you have one of them ovens, mustard, they'll have them telling me that he prepares and warms himself up his voice and so on. And many of the recyclers very famous world reciters will do this. And so if we get back to what we're talking about, to beautify your voice, your recitation of the
Quran, right? Being part of the Sunnah of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam, what we need to do is take the necessary steps. The reason why I went on this tangent of explaining a lot of these things to people is because how many of you probably every single one of you and myself included, we all hear someone reciting the Quran so beautifully, or calling the event so beautifully, that we wish that we could recite it that way.
The downside, though, is that we only wish that we can do it, we never actually start or we start we give up or we don't know what to do. We don't know those necessary steps to prepare ourselves for reciting the Quran. Or to be a amazing reciter of the Quran. Not for the sake of anyone else for the sake of pleasing Allah subhana wa Tada. Right. So
having said that, one thing that everyone should do is make sure that they do what they need to do. Everyone's different. Everyone's different. You don't need to drink a tea, you don't need to, you know, everyone is different for some people, just water just take a few sips of water. For some people, it's in the morning, I don't even speak much right for me, I know my voice dies out very quickly. So especially on the days of tomorrow in the morning, I don't want to speak too much. And if my children are acting up and I raise my voice, I get really upset with myself because I'm like, you know what, I'm just damaging my voice for myself. And I'm going to struggle throughout the day,
because it's gonna be hard for me to use my voice and that's what I do. I do I use my voice a lot. And so it's really important for us to focus on perfecting everything we do for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala Okay, so you're going to recite the Quran before you decide to go to earn, you're going to make sure that you're going to flex your vocal cords a little bit, right? If that's something that you need, not everyone needs that. Okay, so you do what you need to do but remember
the you know, a swatter can build
profits and along I think it teaches us beautify our voices with the Quran.
You don't need to beautify your voice with anything else. Now. Does that mean that it's how to beautify our voice for anything else? No, it doesn't.
It doesn't. But this is putting emphasis on the importance of reciting the Quran with a beautiful voice. And I know there are many, you know, brothers out there who I've traveled with, you know it. Yes. I don't know if you're still on it. He has male, right? Yes, ma'am. Whatever. Yeah. Right. I know, when when I've traveled with him so long.
His reputation is beautiful. You know, he's an artist. He sees machines he produces and stuff like that, but his reputation of God and it's so beautiful. You tell him, you know? Yes, tonight. I remember. I remember when we were staying in a hotel together in Melbourne. The two of us were in a hotel together was the Sydney or Melbourne. It was Melbourne.
We're in the hotel in Melbourne. And we actually had to share a room for a night and when he arrived, I think we prayed we prayed a shot together. I shot together and beautify your voice buddy, recite like
I think it was fun to write and ask him recite like machete. And so he recited like, we shall have the law. And so it's important for us to learn how to recycle and correctly beautiful. Now let's move on and also
when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam listened to the the recitation of Abu Musab Ashanti. He said to him, so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, if you would have seen me, as I was listening to your recitation last night, so he was reciting last night, and the Prophet sallallahu. I heard him reciting almost.
He said, If you would have heard me, sir, if you would have seen me, as I was listening to your recitation last night,
you would have, he says, like you would have felt delighted, right? You are in fact, in doubt, with a sweet voice like that, that would add a prophet dealt with it. He said, I'm had a beautiful voice. And he was well known for his his praising of Allah Subhana. Wa, to Allah, and his reciting of Zaboo, right. And he used to beautify his voice so much that everything around him or most things around him would listen to his recitation. And they would join in even the birds would join in, in his recitation, right? Because it was so beautiful. And there's a difference between beautiful in terms of recitation and beautiful in terms of, you know, singing we're not to sing the Quran, we
recite the Quran and we beautify our, our voice with
through its recitation, okay, don't sing the corner. People say we sing. And that's not something that we do. So he says, lower it.
If you have seen me
when I was listening to your voice last night, right, you would have been delighted, right? For you have in fact been blessed with the sweet voice that of that would snap.
And remember when we look at other prophets as well, perfect, yeah, I think he sent him and his father's via Allah has sent up in the recitation of the tone. He used to cry when reciting it as well. Okay. And this brings us into the next part of what we are going to learn. I woke up in the laboratory and was done. So crying or to cry, when we are reciting the Quran, that he loves it television, or when we are listening to our mouth, our ears, our eyes connected, how so when we hear the call, and it should be so beautifully read that it impacts us so greatly. And when we are the ones who are reciting the Quran, it should also impact us so amazingly, that it makes us cry that
our heart softens. That's the point. The point there is that the presentation soften our hearts and make us come closer to a loss of what
I'm the law.
Abdo, Magnus, shaffir robiola and he said,
I take to nimbyism among other US turning them over your Sunday. I came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he was praying.
And then he says there was a sound coming from his chest, like the sound of water that was boiling
weeping, some a lot of people are similar. So when he was hearing the rest of the urn of the prophets on a longer alley, he was sending them while he was praying his holler. He heard a sound like, right coming from the chest of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam like water that boils down, right? It's when someone is crying, or weeping over the recitation of and is difference between weeping and wailing. wailing is like,
going crazy. No, that's not how the Prophet sent along. It was something was at all. Absolutely not. He was crying so much over the recitation of it, you know, he was having a hard time breathing, he was having a hard time, you know, getting that air to go in and out of his lungs in the correct fashion in order for him to be able to recite.
And so that's the way he describes the recitation of the one of the profits on a loan letting us know more coming from the profits in the long run. He was someone he heard him reciting in his prayer.
We also know the example of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from Sheva viola, where she describes the Prophet salaallah alayhi wa sallam praying at night, and he's standing in prayer and tears are flowing down, his eyes coming out of his eyes flowing down his cheek, right wetting his beard, so his beard is moist and wet with tears, and the chest and throat of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam going down to the ground is wet with tears from crying over the recitation of the corner, and the ground underneath his feet is wet. The sand under his feet is wet from the recitation of n which was making him cry, and the tears were flowing. So so many tears were flowing
down the face of the prophets and along the way it was on imagine how many tears it takes to what your cheeks what your beard what your clothing your job all the way down to the ground, and the ground underneath your feet is wet as well. Imagine how many tears were coming out of the eyes of the Prophet son alone, he was sending them
also we see in the end a beautiful example from profit use of Allah who sent him which is actually in school I use it verse number 86 of sword I use if he tells us in
school bethey was nimi
where he is turning to a loss of bandwidth and he says in a school but the workers need in a lot. You know he pours his heart out to awesome cannabinoids and he's calling up to a law he's asking a lot for help. He's crying and begging Allah Subhana Allah to Allah he seeks happiness from the sadness that's going on in his life through a little pen with Adam and taking them to our calling out to a lot of religion. And so for the use of Allah His as well. We gave the example of Prophet Mohammed we give the exam
we give the example of proper use of it his setup we give the example of Prophet yeah and prophets, Allah Hema. I'm sure we see that was the recitation of the Quran. Now let's take an example of and of course, for us if it is not reciting the end, your hands are not reciting the Quran, but they're remembering the loss of handle with Allah with the Prophet Yeah, and Korea was a Torah and you know with Prophet Muhammad Allah and the
Prophet that will do is the zoo.
And when we look at now examples of listening to the Quran miroir who was rude in the call colony and the BIA some Allahu Allah He was a karate, even Masood, or the alarm and he says
that the prophets on a lot of Allah who told me to respect to him, it cannot la recite to me, oh, even as the root of the
country he says I said yes to the law.
You want me to recite to you when the Quran was revealed to you?
You can imagine imagine being around the time of the Prophet so it would be an honor for any one of us would be like yes, province all along. I mean, Selim is asking me to recite the Quran and you would probably sit down and go, Oh me
Like yellow suit was revealed to you How can I recite to you some kind of law look at the condition, the Sahaba of the love of them and how they were with a loss of bandwidth and and how connected they were and how much respect they had for them and how much respect they had for Mohammed Salah. Love it.
Send them if only if on the light If only we could have that kind of respect for the Quran as well. And this is why we're doing this series. This is why we're taking these chapters. This is why we're spending Friday nights learning about the etiquettes and morals and values in reciting the Quran or dealing with Allah and respecting the Quran. So even my brother the lover and he says, The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told me to recite to him, and I said, you know, sort of Allah or messenger of Allah.
You want me to recite to you and the owner was revealed to you.
The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, Now, he says yes
in the midst of the alohar answers for caught up to solar to nissa t
he says so I resigned from solar to Nisa until I came to this idea.
So can you find gentlemen
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then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him Hasbrook that's enough.
That's efficient. That's enough.
So he stopped reciting so he recited from the beginning of sort Optimus up till the end of verse number 41. Okay, if I
you be *gy Do you know because
you show he
We've been Miss rude, that's enough.
He says, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam termed
and when sorry when he turned in, he faced him.
Either I know.
And I noticed his eyes were filled with tears. He was crying, some A lot of us.
So now, here's a mission for every single one of us. Go and recite Surah Nisa from the beginning of verse number 41.
And then read the translation. What is it in the first 41 verses have sort of to be said that made more helmets on the lower end? usnm Cry
Cry His eyes are filled with tears right out of your lungs I was asked to recite he restated for kvp the genome and click one button Be sure he didn't reject No, because no hurt will actually show you the Hasbrouck stop, that's enough. He turns around and he sees the eyes of the prophets all along. He will send them are filled with tears.
He's crying over what? Hearing the
listening to the one of the problems with us nowadays. And this is why I said this is a task for us to do. Go and recite or go and look into what are the first 41 verses of surah to Nisa even saying what's being mentioned there to us. What made the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam cry.
But for you and I. Here's another task
when you are reciting Surah Nisa all the way to the end of verse number 41.
Will you cry? Will I cry?
Do we feel the impact of the upon us or not? Is it benefiting us like the way it benefited this habit of the law or not? are we feeling that impact of the Quran that is really getting us like an arrow that's hitting its Bullseye right the end is hitting penetrating our hearts. It's entering our hearts, our hearts are they pure and clean in order to respect them in order to receive the call and in order to understand and contemplate what is mentioned within the
May Allah subhana wa soften our hearts granted the ability to understand more and more and more and more and to spend time with the
will take one of the last tickets in shallow to add a last part that will take is and this is a point of benefit. When you are going to recite the Quran or sorry I should say when you're going to learn the recitation of the Quran as in you're going to respect to a teacher you're choosing a teacher
Choose a teacher who has good recitation of
some people choose teachers,
just because they're dedicating their time to it, or just because they're known in the community for that, right? I'm not talking about our community, I'm not talking about any community in particular, we're just talking generally, about how we go about choosing who I work with, and teachers are, they shouldn't just be the average person. It should be someone who first of all understands, understands how to recite the plan, understands the rules related to the Quran understands, even the meaning of the clan, right, that's important sometimes to understand the meaning of a call and why I gave my daughter mattawan example. Yesterday morning, she was reciting the Quran.
She was reciting from early on, and she was reciting, reciting, reciting. And I told her I said, when I was sitting in mustard and reciting this or to my Teacher, teacher in much another way, he told me all 01 failure
or pause just before it and then can fail.
So I shared that with her. Why? Because my teacher shared that with me. Why? Because that will intensify the meaning of the core. And for the listener, the person who's listening so when they're when you're reciting the Quran, you're not changing the meaning you're not doing anything different. But you pause without taking a breath. And she even noticed that she said it she's like, so pause without breathing, like, Yes, just pause for a split second, and continue that will, you know, sort of show the context or bring out the highlight the context of what it was apparently, Tana is saying to us there. And so when you're choosing a teacher for the corn, this is one thing that I did as
well is I want a teacher who's going to teach me what I'm reciting, like the meaning of what I'm reciting. And to spend time explaining certain things to me, it's better to stop here, don't stop there. Why because of this, because of that, stretch this, make this shorter, raise your voice here, lower your voice there, have a higher pitch, have a lower pitch, and so on and so forth. Why? Because that trains us I remember when I was 1314, about 14 or 15 years old chick with a foot in our mustard here, as well as myself, we had a teacher, when we were growing up, we were memorizing together back in the early 90s.
That teacher used to teach us the same thing, where to raise your voice, how to go high pitch, low pitch, and he would encourage us to
start off, encourage us to imitate him, right to recite to how he recites so that we can learn the pitches. It's not about copying his recitation, it's about learning where to go. Where to go, though, why, because it brings out highlights the meaning of the quarter.
Even Sorry, I'm delivering this route of the logo and
said, on any interview somebody Allahu Allahu wa sallam, he says the prophets on a lot of Allah Who are some of them said to me, it kind of Allah you.
Recite to be read to me, go to a lake. Why do
you want me to recite to you when the God was revealed to you, right? And he says,
ad, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I love to listen to the Quran being recited by other than myself. So he used to like to listen to the choir and being recited. And the very last Hadith that we will take for today in sha Allah Tana, is that of
our anyhoo salatu salam so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said
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What does that mean? Learn the recitation of the Quran from for people learn the recitation of the Quran from for people who are these four people? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, I mean I'm delighted and rude from Adelaide was rude.
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will be in caribou, and more allative in Java. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says is stuck with me learn the recitation of the Quran from for people who are the Abdullah route Salim Mola,
obey, caribou and more jevelin are the Allahu Mahi in May of last panel with Allah have mercy on every single one of them, and bless all the Sahaba of the love for their efforts in helping us
preserve, helping us preserve and protect our reputation. And by spending that time learning it with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam we will end here for tonight in sha Allah, Allah, it is October 23 2020. sha Allah has come a long time and for your attention and your patience and for allowing me to teach you in a way that sometimes we don't hear from our teachers, you know, giving examples of things like a vocalist specialist and the importance of going and seeing one and stuff like that. And, you know, some of some, some of the things that we go through in life are beneficial for us and we don't realize it until many many years later. We ask Allah Subhana Allah to bless
every single one of us with the ability to recite the product as best as we possibly can. And we ask Allah Subhana Allah to grant us that tofik the strength and ability to recite the Quran earn beautifully like that of Mohammed some level he was sending them. That is the time that we have, a lot of them are some of them are American and you know, Mohammed
Salim, this will happen Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem will also be in the internal affairs of limonene ermine, where I'm going to sign you how to talk to us on the southern which is our common law center and we're Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.