Channel: Daood Butt
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data and you're in the best of health and the man and strength. I mean,
so a couple of things. First of all,
you on Instagram, see this and you on YouTube and Facebook See that?
Someone asked me What's that on the wall is basically just holes that need to be prepared. I need to get a few things done in the office. And this actually, you know what i've i've contemplated shifting my
angle of recording because of that the back actually really bothered me and irritated me until I thought of
the bullet holes that I've seen in the masjid in,
in Quebec City.
And I thought to myself, you know what, this is a reminder of how short life is and how, you know, things happen that we expect, and nothing in life is perfect, this life is not 100% perfect. So there's nothing wrong with having a hole on your wall. That's just the way I see it from the life.
cycle, okay, you don't have to fix it. Like I said, it's a reminder of how short this life is.
Okay, so we're gonna get started, the timing of motivation seems to creep up very, very quickly. And
hopefully, my battery lasts throughout the entire session that I have about 41% on the YouTube and Facebook streams. So hopefully that goes well.
A shot is at 845. So we need to finish up about 20 minutes before that's like open the door to avoid people banging on my window. Like you've seen in the last few weeks, people to bang on my window asked me to open the door in the middle of live session costs. So last week, we looked at the importance of sticking to the quarter and protecting it, what we've learned of it, etc.
to work according to the plan is in a little bit of courage to actually
work according to the plan. And another thing that I wanted to mention as well is is not just, you know, take the lessons that we learned from the plan and implement them in our lives, but to actually strive to,
or set out to
learn the Quran by designing a schedule for yourself or designing a routine for yourself. You know, putting into practice the recitation as a regular thing within the day. And it's easier said than done no doubts, but finding that routine is something that everyone needs to do. For some people. It's in the morning after fucked up. for other people. It's at the end of the day. For some people, it's in the middle of the day, others it's while they're, you know, commuting back and forth to work and stuff. I remember one day a couple months ago, I was talking to one of the brothers
that I know in the community and I said you must be enjoying the fact that you don't have to drive downtown or sorry, take the the train, public transport, going downtown to work and coming back. And he said Actually, I miss it because I used to get out of my car and vision and stuff like that and while taking the train riding back and forth for an hour or an hour and a half every single day. So some kind of lesson people actually benefit from their time while commuting by filling that time with the cloud as well.
Today in shallow data, we're going to move on,
we are going to look at striving to revise the plan and retain the plan and protecting it. Okay, so we touched upon that briefly right now strive to revise the plan, retain the plan and protecting it. What we mean by that is first of all developing that routine, like we said, right? strive to
retain that aspect of it and that you've memorized. work really hard at trying not to forget it.
Fridays are tough.
So work really hard at trying not to forget the one that you've memorized but that you've learned. And for some people, it's not just memorization for some people, it's the recitation of the Quran. So I met someone a few days ago, who
grew up actually in an Arab speaking country, okay, in Arabic speaking country, I should say not Arab speaking Arabic speaking country. And this brother was saying from the time he was born up until the age of 12. He lived in a country that spoke Arabic and only Arabic And he only spoke Arabic. And so he knew how to speak Arabic. He knew the Quran as in he could recite it, he learned the recitation of the letters and so on and so forth.
But from the age of 12, until now he's in his 30s
or just about to hit 30. I should say. He actually forgot
How to recite the Quran. And that's because, you know, sometimes parents don't put an importance on it. And of course, as parents,
we got to push hard, right? We need to push hard, it's not easy, you know, you need to take your time out of the day, our own personal time in order to teach our children the Quran. So that's one thing of it. The other thing is that with time passing, sometimes we forget the ability or we lose the ability to recite the Quran. And I'm not talking about memory, just recite it. So looking at it and saying, Okay, this is and this is bad. And that letter is tat. And the other one is that the other one is gene and Ha, ha, and put them all together and what do you get? right and so
sometimes we don't recite the Quran for such a long time that we forget it. And I've met many, many Muslims here in Canada, who have forgotten how to recite the Quran and they completely forgot how to even recite the Arabic language of Quran and it makes you wonder if we are not opening the Quran for that loan. That means we are very distant from
from the word of Allah subhanho wa Tada.
so striving hard to revise the Quran is one thing. We'll take that first, for example, revising the Quran, setting up a routine for yourself in terms of time, but also setting up a routine for yourself
to cover right, the amount of time that you're going to cover in revision. So for example, if you've memorized the entire Quran, you should be finishing the Quran once a month, minimum, absolute minimum, in fact, you should be finishing it five times a month, right, that's how it should be, we should be finishing
a minimum of about five times every single month. And the reason I say that is if person is going to revise one shows a day, which is probably not the wisest thing for half of them to do, right to memorize the entire plan, and then revise one juice every 30 days. But if you are going to do that, there are some methods that do work. And one of those methods is for someone to memorize, to revise one juice every day, five times over, right, so you can recite that was five times throughout the entire day. Some people say five times, that's crazy. Like, that's like reading five jokes every single day. Well, some of them memorize the Quran, that's what they have to do. Right. And we don't
see this a lot of the time people don't see it, they don't see the behind the scenes of what goes on for someone to memorize the Quran. But they don't see the behind the scenes of what goes on for someone to retain the core owners what, what it takes to to continue to keep it in your memory.
And so you might see a half of the income or for example, would take example of any man, right and he none of a mustard who's who's you know, main role is to lead the prayers. Okay, that's not my role. I actually don't like having that role. I don't like having the role of leading the prayers.
So taking an example of an Imam whose main role is to read the prayers every single day.
We think that they just come send their lead, follow up and easy job. But the reality is that you have to revise every single day before you even go in and lead. And it doesn't matter how many years you've been a half of them. I know someone
who's what, three years older than me. So
you know, he's about 20 years old now.
Right? So as the years older than me, so he's about 20 years old. And he's 21 actually, because I'm 18. And he Mashallah has been half of the vocal and for many years, since he was the age of about, I would say 14 or 15. Okay? And he still revises five Joseph every single day, which means in how many days does he finish the whole Quran 510 1520 2530. Every week, he finishes a call every six days. Okay? So he revises five Joe's record
every single day. And I know some of you are confused with the math now you're like Second, it was even a half ago, and for so many years if you only 21 reality is has been 21 So that's just a simple example. I know some others. I know I can give you names of some of the shoe that you probably know that you watch on YouTube and you know, follow on Instagram and stuff like that, who I know personally have and I've asked them you know, what is your routine for the quarter ended how much you were revised every single day. And I can tell you, generally a good number of them. Those
Are punctual with their quote, earn
on average no less than $5 every single day. And some people think that that's really difficult, right? But that's what it takes in order to show respect to the, to to yourself for memorizing. So you're showing respect. But you're respecting the fact that Allah subhana wa tada has chosen you as a carrier of the Quran. So you need to retain that. Right? It's absolutely important for us to acknowledge this, that the code itself is a gift from Allah subhanho wa Taala. That right is the word of Allah. And some people have been given that gift in terms of recitation and memorization, and they should practice it and revise it. We took that example last week when we said in the
nationalism that vichara were in the hula house, Iran must have had with Alice's that he is the one who brought down the vicar, right.
You know, it descended from low head battles to
gibreel alayhis salaam to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam into us
well, in order to have his own and it is Allah subhanho wa Taala, who protects the Quran and he protects it in some ways through us, right through people through human beings.
And so to be chosen to have learned even an idea of the Quran, where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, belia, who I knew
who I knew will convey for me, even if it is just one ayah one verse. And so it's important for us to teach others spread that one verse, but we have to still retain that one verse, we need to revise that one verse of the button, we need to make sure that we never forget it. Okay?
So there's one thing to revise.
Okay, and then retaining the Quran, well, this is your long term plan that you are never going to forget it, and you are going to retain it by constantly revising it, but retain your recitation as well. There's a difference between memorization and recitation. Some people will memorize the Quran and then revise it to a point where they feel comfortable with it and let go of it. And it might revise you know, through audio lectures and so on. And then when it comes to actually reading the question, and they stumble, even though their half is fine, but when they're looking at and reading, it becomes very difficult for them because they're not practicing looking at the Quran as well. So
we need to look at the Quran from the etiquettes of the Quran is that we look at it and we enjoy it, and we, you know, spend time looking at it, our eyes should be seen, and very often, I'm probably, you know, one who's at fault more than anyone else, because we need to spend more and more and more time with. Okay.
So, you know, that's with regards to retaining the Quran and revising the Quran. Now, what about protecting it? So protecting the Quran means also protecting your memory. Right? You remember the famous incident of email, the champion parking lot, where he went to his teacher was here, and he complained to him, shout out to Eli was here. And he went to his teacher wiki, and there's a famous
poem. And he says, I complained to him about, he complained about his memory. He felt like, there was a loss of memory. And his teacher told him, you know, you need to protect yourself from seeing that, which is how long for you, he ended up you know, seeing the ankle of a woman, right. And at that time, you know, women were completely completely covered.
Not like today. And last time, we tried to help us all like, you know, you drive down the street and people are walking outside, and there's nothing that's that's covered anymore. Like it's covered, but it's not covered and we know the heads of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with regards to this, right.
But, you know, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know, encouraged us a habit of the law, to stay away from sin. And so even Shephard law, he ended up seeing something that he's not supposed to see, which was just like the the bottom part of the leg of a woman who's not who he is not Muslim. For, right? So he saw that he went and he complains to his teacher about his memory being bad and his teacher reminded him that
you know, the new world of Allah Subhana Allah is what guides us, right? And we don't get that that new, right as in, sorry, Allah subhanho data is the one who guides us in the guidance of Allah subhanho wa Taala. We develop the sense of love, you can't get that North, if you're not going to be obedient to Allah subhana wa to Allah. Right. And you're not going to receive that guidance from us and with Adam, to continue to do what's good if you're going to intentionally go and do what's wrong. Now, this is just a simple example of how, you know he saw something that wasn't, it's just there. But for someone who is living in you know, somewhat of
lifestyle that is that is protected right they try to cover all the grounds to protect themselves from any sort of sin or evil or harm or anything of that sort. The slightest thing I know for you and I would like it's just an ankle it's a big deal and that's because we see ankles all the time. Right? That's because we see angles all the time and I'm speaking very frank, you know, when I was a student in Medina living in Medina, we you wouldn't, you wouldn't even approach your teacher if your teacher was with his family when I mean by family, his his wife and children.
And so I wasn't single I was married at the time but my wife was here in Canada. So I didn't get to go over to many people's houses and interact with families and you know, my wife wasn't there to get to know you know, people's families and stuff like that. So, it was just like you go to class, you come back, you go to the bottom as in you go to muster the Navy in the evening, you come back, and Medina so Pamela at the time is not like today where, you know, just last year and when I went the the sister at the counter and Medina we know the Medina only Muslims are allowed in Medina, right.
The sister who was working at the counters and Saudi sister, you know, she wasn't wearing your hijab properly, because it's not something that's like super super compulsory in Medina anymore or in Kingdom. And so her half of her hair was just sticking out. And I was like, This is so strange, because I remember when I was a student in Medina, and we used to leave after being there for nine or 10 months at home, when we would land in in Heathrow, for example. We transit through London, Heathrow
and you go up to the immigration counter, and you give them your passport as you lead. We used to be so used to being in that that bubble environment, Medina environment, right, where we would give Sam to everyone. So we come up to the counter be like sound like, sorry, good morning, how's it going? Right? If you forget that you're interacting with someone who's not listening. And then also, it's so weird, because it felt like everywhere you look and everything that's around you is like you need to protect yourself from it.
We didn't see more than like the eyes of a woman, right? And so handle that. That's just how it is living in Medina, you come out of that, and it feels like okay, this is super strange, you feel very awkward, very out of place. And eventually over time, you know, from being outside of Medina for such a long time, the environment that we live in, it just grows upon us. And it's normal, like you drive, you see someone wearing whatever they're wearing, or they're not wearing whatever they're not wearing, or supposed to be wearing. And it just doesn't really matter. Because it's like, yeah, this is the norm over here. Right? So you move on. And so that's an example of, of becoming desensitized
some of the profits, all
Or what I should say, is becoming
used to the environment that's around you, whether, regardless of what the environment is.
And in that process, sometimes we lose the fun, because we are looking at things we're not supposed to look at, we're seeing things that we're not supposed to see, or drawing our attention to things that are grabbing our attention and drawing us closer to it. And I mean by that is not just looking at things, it's listening to things that we're not supposed to be listening to, and speaking words and saying things that we're not supposed to say. Right our teachers always used to tell us, you cannot recite the Quran on the tongue that also uses foul language. Right? A tongue that expresses itself with bad words with like cursing and swearing and so on, is not a tongue that the Quran can
be housed on as well. Right? That's just an example of how, you know as Muslims as believers, we need to be people who learn to control ourselves in all aspects. And that's one thing that Hajj
teaches us, those of you who go for Hajj before, you know, your your entire journey from beginning
until end is more and more important sacrifice, right? So you start to let go of the luxuries. As time goes on. You're letting go and letting go and letting go of luxuries that are out there. And essentially handle that you're laying down on the ground in most Delica with lots of people around you lots of noise, no air conditioning, no electricity, you know, no ease of access to bathroom, no fridge or stove, go and cook food or grab food out of no shower, no change of clothing. You know, it's really hot. There's people around you who you don't want to be around you. You know, there's people making noise, there's, there's pollution, it's just like, everything of the luxuries of this
world are gone. And a person who still finds comfort in that in that situation is a person who's content with a loss of joy to have it right and so when it comes to
For itself, you know, protecting ourselves from everything that's out there, to the point there, to a point where it exists around us, but it doesn't affect you. It exists around you, but it's not bothering you. It's not there anymore, okay.
And I'm just going to ask anyone on Facebook or YouTube, if you, if you're still able to hear me and see me, just let me know, because something popped up. And I'm not sure if you're still there, we're still able to hear and, and whatnot.
So protecting the core n doesn't just mean us revising it so much that we become super master houses. And we have to protect our heart and put a skill around our hearts or a shield, I should say, not as a shield, right? sufferable family.
So protect our heart, protect our eyes, protect our ears, protect our mouth, protect our limbs protect, where we go, protect who we interact with, protect our wealth, protect what we eat, right? protect what we consume, we have to protect the way that we dress, we have to look appropriate, we have to protect, you know, the way that we conduct ourselves. So we don't use our hands and our feet in ways that are or our body in general in ways that are impermissible. Right? We don't make symbols or signals or anything of that sort and, you know, talking about, you know, in whatever pops into your, into your mind, you know, sometimes we talk about things do you have a dirty mind, that's why
you thought of that. But the things that pop into our minds, because we experienced them, they're around us, right? And so whatever it is that we need to protect ourselves from, we have to do that for the sake of retaining the foreign and keeping it within us that is part of the etiquettes of the Quran. So someone who wants to learn the Quran and says, You know what, I tried memorizing the Quran, and I'm not able to do it will look at your personal life.
You eating things that are home?
Because then your flesh in your body is being made up of things that it's that's how long, it's not permissible. Right? Are you listening to things that's how long because then your brain is in taking things, right? There's things going in input into into your hard disk? That's not right. Are you watching things that are hot on because that's controlling your desires in your heart, taking you away from a lesson plan with data, something that's far from a law
is not deserving of containing or being the vessel to protect the poor.
So you need to we need to protect ourselves. Right? That's important. A lot of people don't think of it that way. A lot of people don't think of that one, as you know, I'm protecting myself first. And that's why I wanted to start this, you know, series on learning the morals and values of etiquettes dealing with the Quran. Because many people think you know what,
I'll just make my child a half of the Quran. How many years have we seen people sending their children to a mother, or a room or, you know, a school of what an institute to memorize the Quran, and we usually say, you know what, this child is troublesome. So I'm gonna bring that get them closer to Allah by forcing them to memorize it. Does that work? Does that work? Is that even right?
Should we choose the best of our children? Should we choose the smartest and wisest and most clever of our children?
I think so. Right? I think that those who learn the Quran shouldn't be people of value, people of honor people of status, with a lot of status in society status with lesser penalties. And when you look at our children, look at the ones that are most humble. Look at the ones who are conscious of a loss of animal with data. Because we can't, we can't retain, revise or protect the poor.
If we're not doing that to ourselves. And remember our loss of hand without it doesn't need us to do this. And an example is given as we see in the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he says,
the example of the Sahaba the person who is connected to the Quran is like a person who's connected to their
camels that are tied up. They their camels that are tied up. And if you create that relationship and develop that relationship with those camels, they'll be with you. But if you let go, the moment you untie that, that knot, right from the animal, it's gone. Right? It'll go do whatever he wants. And so
with the plan, you need to develop a relationship with it. You're going to feed your body right once, right, because it contains the plan. You're going to feed your eyes and your ears and your time and your tongue. You know, the way that you speak and stuff like that and the people that you're around the friends that you are around, right? A person who's a half sitting and dealing with people that are doing things that are wrong. That's not the way of
People have a plan. And so we need to understand that it's an entire lifestyle shift that happens slowly, but it has to happen. It has to happen.
Sorry, I'm just gonna move around a little bit while I'm speaking because I need to plug in my laptop. I should have done this before the class.
Forgive me for doing this in the middle of a class not really something I like doing but I forgot to plug it in.
And considering we live in a time where
everyone likes raw footage, this is raw footage.
Alright, let's move on. actually only covered one one aspect of our class for today.
The next thing that we need to remember with regards to the plan is never to say that you forgot some of the plan. So don't say I forgot to come on. I forgot this joke. I forgot that song. Okay, rather we learn from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is that we should say I was made to forget Okay, I was made to forget it, attributing that loss of memory or that
you know that forgetfulness of certain supervisor is attributing it to a law as an IT IS from a law that this was taken away from my memory.
And we ask Allah subhana wa tada to protect us all. I mean,
another thing that we need to do with regards to learning the end, in terms of respecting the Quran, is to have a dub book of the Quran. So to reflect
the Quran Okay, so Allah subhana wa tada says, in sort of in the south, verse number 82, when we took this last week, I believe, Allah Subhana, WA, tada says,
Well, can I mean I knew it, let me know what you do 50 less. And
I said, hey, it's a different one. And
don't they ponder over the plan.
Don't you think about what's in the plan. But you reflect about the contents of the plan. And I'll give you an example.
That same brother that I was telling you about that I spoke to just a few days ago, who was telling me that he grew up in an Arabic speaking country, and he only knew Arabic up until the age of 12. But now, you know, over the years, he forgot Arabic, and he actually just re taught himself how to recite the Quran. And he's now just, you know, he finished learning the gaida, right, which is, you know, the book of, you know, the rules of Arabic and basic, you know,
recitation of the Quran, Arabic language.
He's now reading through, it seems like inshallah soon will be memorizing it, but he's now reading through it. And he thinks of how long it's amazing because he goes, I remember Arabic. He goes, I, you know, I could speak Arabic and stuff like that. But I forgot how to recite the plan. But he's like, now that I'm able to read it. He's like, it's amazing. It's so amazing. Because what's in the plan is absolutely amazing. Right? And this is a brother who was messed up, like it was really, really messed up.
And you have, like, you can't even begin to try and imagine how messed up this brother was. But now he's so linked to the program. He's so connected to Allah subhanho wa Taala through the program that he was he gave an example he goes, even sorta to Korea
is like, a mud stone easy. Like it's so amazing.
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Such a short surah we recite it all the time in Salah. But do we ever think of what it means this brother now that he's sitting there reading, he's like, SOHCAHTOA This is amazing.
You know, he's opening the door and he's like, oh, Claudia is so powerful. He's like, I wish I knew this before. And Subhanallah he knew Arabic. He knew how to read the Quran. But he left it he abandoned it. And now that he's come back to it and connected with the poor and again, he's freaking out. Honestly, he was like, he was like freaking out over how amazing this wasn't before.
That's That's beautiful.
From a loss of control, it's bad.
So to double book, have to sit into ponder and think and reflect over what Allah Subhana Allah has revealed to us within the
And it's a perfect example, because the lesson kind of attended then says, and finally it says nocardia, what is Claudia? And he says, What?
What do you think Claudia even is? Right. Then he says the attitude,
suka and so on Sheena Mabu.
For those of you who don't know what it means, go and open them was half and see what it means to to shortsword. You probably memorized it. Right? It's absolutely amazing. Absolutely amazing.
What a lot of content is revealed to us in the corner, how many times how many of you have you know, those apps on your phone,
were sent to a random person, every single day. Right? How many of you have one of those essential random versus every single day, right, or you have that option on the app is usually a solid up. Like, for me, it's Muslim Pro, right? I have that as an application on my phone for a lot of timings and stuff like that. We all have that. When you think of it almost compatible with Jana puts such amazing things in, and every single day, you'll get this random idea. But that idea has something to do with your day to day, or has something to do with the way you feel today, or has something to do with, you know, anything that's linked to you.
That's the beauty and a miracle of
Allah Subhana. Allah, Allah has put stuff in the forehead that relates to us every single day. And so we drove to the Buddha.
Looking at the time, there's a lot of things that I wanted to cover,
we don't have much time. Another example, for example, the profits on the long side, the US on them, we know this very well used to read report
to the habba, and gives them 10.
Is to football. Right? And the Sahaba of the line home, they say that these 10 dyads, we used to take them and implement them, right and live by them
until they would understand exactly what they meant and implement them in their lives and inject them right into their life.
This is how I'm going to live. And so half of what we see is this habit of the homestead
the Learn set knowledge and action and and whatnot.
And the example I'm getting here and we'll end with this today inshallah Tada. Because, you know, looking at the time, and I'm thinking that it's going to be called soon and I need to beat
What we learned from this example of this habit of learning 10 is at a time and not taking any more until they were implementing this and saying that we learned knowledge and action.
Right? Have these is the word of the lesson. Which means what we need to learn from this and takeaway is that we need to slow down our learning.
Some of us attend too many courses, we attend too many classes, we attend too many online sessions, we watch too many videos, we read too many books and too many. And it's I'm not saying that is bad. But sometimes reading too much of something without going deeper into it is problematic.
So you can read a lot, but read a lot on something and focus on it. Right.
And so in our halaqaat of what we would do is we would focus on
walking on the ground. Weird, Ella, particularly
in our Friday night programs, what we do is focus on getting candies and chocolates to the children. Right.
And making sure that they line up properly. Right. And making sure that parents have no say in the amount of chocolate that their kids eat. Right.
Got lots chocolate all stashed in my desk.
Now I'm joking. That's not what we focus on, who we would focus on I have to have the plan and sometimes we
Do more, and other times to do this. And the reason why, one of the reasons again, why I wanted to take a step back and slow down a little bit is we learned so much, but I don't feel that what we learned is being understood, forget about being implemented.
Don't feel that what we learned already is fully understood by all the students that attended our Friday night programs in the mustard.
Does that make sense? So when we talk about learning the Quran, okay, we have to take what is reasonable in terms of the amount and try to live with it. And if we're not able to live with it yet, and we don't need to go and take more. We don't all need to become scholars, we don't all need to memorize the entire four. And we don't all need. Look, we are not all the same kind of data created, every single one of us different. Some of us need to be doctors. Some of us need to be lawyers, some of us need to be engineers, some of us need to be teachers, some of us need to be fathers, some of us need to be mothers, some of us need to be children, right as in be a little bit
more childish can play with their children not so serious and strict all the time. Right, some of us need to grow up.
And so we can't all be the same, because we know that we're not. And this is where times we need to just slow it down.
What did you learn as the plan so far, we learned the entire 30th just in the last few months here the mustard before the pandemic, we learned sort of
we know it's your calf. Okay, we went through some verses of selective Bukhara, when the pandemic started, we went through so many different verses of the Quran and different so on as well. You know, it's just
what do you remember? If I was to give you a test or a quiz right now? What would you remember?
What would you be able to write as answers? If I was to say what's at a party? Yeah. Tell me the answer right now, would we be able to answer?
And so we look back and you know, someone mentioned something here, how can you become students knowledge memorizing, if we have to revise so much per day? So how about Yes, that's exactly it. That's exactly it, we have to revise so much every single day. And that's how it is. And that's why one thing that really bothers me at our time in 2020, and this is going to be me going on a rant for about two minutes, right? What one thing that really bothers me
is we live at a time where anyone could ask anything about, you know, an Islamic question. And on the WhatsApp groups are on social media, Facebook, whatever comments and Instagram, so people are getting their own opinions about it. It's so annoying, and it's so frustrating at the same time. Because it's like, if I have an issue with my tooth, or I have a problem with my back, I'm not going to take advice from every person out there. And everyone says, I have a problem with my back to what you need to do is do this or do that. No, I want to know from a doctor, someone who's educated in this, what the actual problem is, and what the solution is. But we live in a time now where someone
on a group may ask or or might say something and someone else says brother Don't you know this, and then they copy paste a post a copy, paste the statement, and then cause they put it out there. So everyone's a scholar now. So basically, we have no need for emails and scholars, or shewhart. Or, you know, female scholars as well.
shouldn't be the case. And it's really, really annoying for me personally, because I've spent so many years studying Islam. And this is like I said, a personal rant. When I see people, especially on WhatsApp groups, who are
talking about the deen and saying, brother don't know this or simple. It's just the nut, you know, this is what you do. And it's not a question is asked, and someone just gives an answer. And just do that. And you shouldn't just do that. Because I don't step into your profession and say things about what I think to do what you have to do.
That doesn't mean that we are not educated in some, so we shouldn't enter questions that we know. But sometimes, we should leave certain things to be answered in a way
that is appropriate to the time to the place to the people based on the understanding of what's going on.
Ask a Muslim Hannibal what's added to have mercy upon every single one of us and that's all the time that we have. I need to go and lock the door. Open it up for people to come in for selected a chef and this gives some people time to get to the mustard those of you that are at home and you're living in within while you have 17 minutes to get to the masjid
anyone who's living in this spot and dairy area have in more than 20 to 15 minutes to get to the mustard from there. So please make your way over to the mustard for South Africa.
And remember it's raining outside so there's more height and more goodness and you're accepted so make it over to the masjid and pray with us in sha Allah does not come about from the Baraka lofi come, we'll see all of you very soon in sha Allah May Allah subhanho wa Taala accept from all of you and all of us and someone's asking how do you know the difference between the sea hideout and the Fatah? Okay, we'll talk about that next time, ask this question next time inshallah. And also messaged me
to remind me of that question,
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him, we'll ask him because in the livina, and he had what I was so happy but I was always someone
said Mr. La, come on.