Channel: Edris Khamissa
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So no one Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.
Welcome to a metric on radio Islam. It's eight minutes after 11 It's Thursday morning and very, very warm welcome this morning to our guest for the Idris Hermes assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.
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disease, wait, what are we looking at this week, inshallah.
This week, we are going
to talk about
money, just do what we always do, is to talk about some of the issues. And then we can ask that we use ethically speaking about that, then I think what we need to do is to talk about what we should be doing differently in our home, you know, as the collective.
So, let me start by just talking about some of the issues, right.
I think, you know, one of the very important issues is that, you know, there are times, you know, we can understand that couples would have issues or problems. And sometimes, you know, the only thing
that needs to be done, is to separate, you know, when you're trading the money possible, that he approaches, I think the big mistake we make is that when we begin to discuss this in public, when you base character assassination, and when you implicate innocent people,
innocent people, you will dictate, and this can be very problematic, very problematic. And what it does, it does not give them a chance, you know, especially when they agreed to a conflict for a reconciliation, because now,
people say, yeah, you said this to sound surprised. He said that concerns a person has one area, the second area that you need to talk about is that inner presence must not take sides. When it comes to issues regarding the family, I think it's important that it's not been,
you know, jumping to me conclusion is to hear the other side, even though your doctor says something about, you know, your your son in law, or whatever. And instead of you interacting with the boy's father, and Dino, and insensitivity and whatnot, there's something that you must do.
The third aspect, something that seems to be a recurring issue with our sisters. And we'll say that they can look for more support, you know, from the husbands. Now, I, you know, I I know, I want to think that I spoke to a couple yesterday, I said, there has to be reciprocal understanding, you need to understand the nature of your husband work and vice versa. And it's important that, you know, we need to support each other. But the critical thing that I would recommend, very, very important to that, I would say this, that people need to understand an important thing, that the home, the husband and the wife, or the mother and the father, they have to be the dynamic fatness in the
rearing of children, because before you know it, the children are young adults, and they're gone. And they don't seem to have a
meaningful, dynamic relationship with one of the parents. So I think that's
right. And the fourth area that I feel, that we need to also speak about is the fact that we as a, as a collective,
we got to promote excellence, we got to promote excellence. And you got to encourage our children, that they must not follow mediocrity and excellence. And also, I think, as a collective, a point that needs to be added.
means that you must support young people, we must support people in general, who are doing great work, support them financially, in whatever way, you know, to do things. So that way they are coming from there, and they will also support institutions.
there's quite a few things that we brought up the
I'd like to start off with this, this last point first.
Because that that speaks about us improving and making ourselves better and improving our abilities improving the speed and condition of the oma. And the first part that he spoke about is seeking excellence, not mediocrity. And we become complacent in what we are doing. Either because of because of our circumstances, either because of just falling into,
you know, the safe zone. And so we just let things go by, and we don't even strive for being the best at what we do. And then our institutions stagnate, everything else stagnates. Because of this mediocrity that we we've chosen for ourselves. No, absolutely. And, and this is a, this is a very important point, you know, the, the point is that he has to, we have to promote excellence, we have to do that. And, and that's the point. The point is, is that there was a time in everything, our our delivery of cinema was the most extreme example. It's about excellence in every aspect of your life. Like, it's about a defining moment in your character. And that's all that allowed you certain
reminded us that of coming to perfect morals. And it's a very powerful, powerful statement. And if you look at it, I mean, wherever you go, nowadays, you find that, you know, sadly, the issue of excellence is not there, we are happy with slipshod work, and we are disorganized. You know, if you have our functions, they don't start on time. And as a result, you know, we always blaming people outside us. And I think excellence is a very important thing. I mean, we need to do that in our schools, explain of excellence in them, the teachers the way they teach, and in terms of our institutions, and a whole range of things. And this is what the Muslims are known for. They're known
for excellence are not known for mediocrity. They are not known for compromising on the standard, because always the highest of standards. And you could rely upon the Muslims in terms of his promises, in terms of the quality of his work. And a whole range of things is an area a dimension that you need to look at. And it's something that sadly is lacking, and what is worse, Marana more than that, that Nowadays many things, that we make excuses. And we celebrate almost mediocrity, be prepared to accept shoddy work, and you have no issues about it.
But why is it so it is my first we go to the cause of it, and then see how we can improve ourselves?
Yeah, that's the point. The point is that monana The point is,
in the end, you know, these I said, they are three things. Number one is, of course, the example shown by inhibition allow yourself the other aspect is, look at the people around you, what kind of individual there And third, or what about your own standards. I know people, no matter what, no matter how trivial the work is, to make the house substantive the work is the matter what every piece, they give you the very, very best, they do not compromise on it at all. Everything is done with due care with due diligence. And the reason we are doing this is because, you know, in the end, we have become very complacent here, you know, to us, it doesn't matter we don't we have forgotten
and that is the for me the prime the reason that we do what we do is because we have forgotten that we are part of the Illuminati on the vessel allowed to sell them. We have forgotten that we are brand ambassadors of Islam, and we have forgotten that we as individuals, representing a this aspect, this issue about the Muslims, and that we must understand that people interact with us. They see us as the conduct of Muslims and as a result they speak about it and therefore
You find there are many non Muslims, sadly, who speak negatively about Muslims. Now before it was just yesterday or the media, now many of them to direct experiences in they say, you know, the talk about you and be themselves is a degeneration in our sense.
We will look at history, and we find that Muslims always aimed for excellence, it was Muslims who was the best in science who best in were the inventors of modern day algebra, and you know, all the rest. And this should provide some inspiration for us.
That's true. And the thing is, you know, sadly, many of us have little or no knowledge about, you know, about the contribution of Muslims towards modern day technology, and a whole range of things. And it's something that we as parents
need to share this with our children, and then we could ask our children themselves, you know, what are you going to contribute? You know, what is going to be your contribution? And that's a very, very important thing, right? What happens, then we have forgotten so I think for me, the whole thing.
The whole thing is that we, you and I, many of us rather have forgotten our purpose, why are we born and once you understand that, understand our purpose and you want to make a contribution.
Just take this opportunity to welcome our listeners onto the program, as well, you're most welcome to call in on zero double 1854154 SMS and 0731738461 in Sherman as easy we'll
speak about this this program.
okay, let me just share this with the people that Firstly, there will be three programs, one on Tuesday 17th of March, between seven and 9pm et al ghazali schools in erasmia Pretoria, the other one is on Wednesday the 18th. At Busby adapt the nominee, seven to nine again, and the other one at the so far Learning Institute, you know,
it's in the
Supernanny Institute which in Mayfair, rather, you know, in Vegas cross the Athena college, right, like in Germany, and if the seven nine and I will be participating with the guests he spoke about, and the topic will be stress and anxiety from a faith based perspective, right. It's a free event and inshallah we would like people to attend that the only phone that must come one is going to be in Centurion that is, rather bizarrely in schooling erasmia. The next one on the 18th. At the no news, the other one is so far learning to do is not far from the Nana Memorial, and the other weekend one inshallah, is between the 28th summit project, and for the first day, the workshop, we
live in a different one on the second, it's about the art of healing. They're very, very interactive, and they could form this number.
Oh, 74132647607413 to 6476. And when people come with a participant, inshallah, we'll be given a certificate. He tells people about emotional healing is a program that recommend for everyone, and also people that are doing counseling that can help people would this year so inshallah We look forward to people to attend and this is going to take place at the super Learning Center, not far from the Nana Memorial Hall.
is the program with Professor Hale. You correct? Yes, yes. Yes, that's it. That's the process that we interviewed a few weeks back.
To make it to be good manana. inshallah, we will, we will try and make it through inshallah. I received lots of feedback about that program and me and many people inquiring about the program and passed on posters as well. To many people an email. Also, again, the landing
Okay, it is by, he has listeners can smss on 0731738461, call him on zero double 18541548.
And then the issue of supporting people who are doing good work, financial support, emotional support, physical support as well. And I can pay testimony to the cities by that, as an imam of a locality, it is the support of the people of the locality that make all your projects and all your activities a success. And people in the town participate when they become part of it. When the commitment committed and cooperate and assist, you find that assembling the many great programs take place in you know, great things happen.
So true. And there is also more another dimension to this. And if you're seeing a person that is doing great work, and you know, and feel what you want to also put them on good footing. And you know what, I don't mind, I want to do some visits with you. And your whole objective is no, not so much the work you can do to support in what he's doing. And as a result, you find the main people that are brilliant, young people, or brilliant or even elderly people who are doing what they do. And because no support, they get no support from the community. Because, sadly, sadly, I think one of the ironies of this is this doctor to say, No, I don't understand why our Muslim people don't
come to us. You know, he complains, when he wants something done, he doesn't think about Muslims, you know, what I'm saying to you, I'm not saying that you must not support humanity normal, far from it, you know, we are living in a society, we need to support each other, you're part of this humanity, and it is very, very important, he cannot be selected, no morality cannot say, you know, fine, this is what you need to do. And the point that you make is so clear, the state and the community that you are in and you know, the people and how important it is for the community as connected to sustain the institution, so that institutions can support the wider humanity.
I mean, reminded of the story of money at
the time, and do you know about the water, and then and he spent so much money on that and, and everyone benefited from it. You know, and that's the idea, the idea, it's about moving from the self and moving to others. It's about being selfless.
received an SMS. Also, please send me the number for the program of practice. So what's what's the what's the cell number that we have the one second, due to now?
It's all 74132. Sorry, Oh, 74132. j 6476741326476?
Is there any fee to attend the workshops?
Is there any fee is any komiya for the 3d workshop? That's a 3000 rent for the three day workshop? Because you're given a certificate and all that right. But the Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday, that's free of charges is just an hour an hour introduction as it were, but for that, besides, you're not looking for more than 40 people for the three day workshop because very interactive and you learn skill and help you in your own personal development and support each other because when Milan I found that many people can what you call mental blocks is either experiences in the past and been through some kind of trauma and it affects the way they look at each other. And you know, and and we
know that all these things can be used to unlock Murphy. So he shares with you real techniques, right? It's about natural energy, mostly healing and and something that could pursue it further Lena Lila
is by we just going to take a short break. Now inshallah we'll come back with this discussion today.
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welcome back to my second warm welcome back to our guest for other Idris Cammisa is used by coming back to some of the other issues that you've discussed. And you brought up issues that you were faced with perhaps you could go through some of the others. Yeah, okay. I know for me,
I always advise people, I tell people, you know, what,
if you cannot live together, right, try to continue your issue and your problem. It must not become part of a public spec and people in our communities are involved with organizations and with this character assassination, and all of them something that he knows he knows something about. And I think also, I think it's grossly unfair, whether it's accurate or not, to bad mouth people because it's what happens when people then close ranks and and create unnecessary issues. And sometimes it may lead to aggression and
All of them are very important and critical so
that we can initially we can understand the emotions involved, that you upset about something. But don't say anything that you regret, because it really does happen. That, you know, you may decide to reconfirm you realize that the person has made a mistake, and you will shrink some compassion now, but you know what, when you say things, it could really hurt people. And this is a very important, very critical thing. And I think sometimes, you know, we missed the point. And then, as a result, if people don't stop talking about it, and speculate about it, and I know, I mean, because I get involved with this kind of thing. And I say to people, I'm a non judgmental person, I don't judge
anyone, you know, and I do not look down upon me personally, counsel is not reserved, in his words of the need. Nothing, no matter whatever has happened. Because you and I normally do make mistakes, we are not fearsome, we're not infallible. And actually the
very important thing, and I advise people, I begin, I said, Please, my brother and my sister, this might become part of a public issue, and the media and whatnot, please, please avoid this.
Okay, so that's an important aspect that we need to consider making our spirits public and getting other people involved. In fact, we need to keep
concealing the faults of ourselves our own faults with our own sins, very important, and also the faults of our fellow Muslims. And this is part of the hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu Absolutely, yes. And yes, and we need to remind each other about that
you do not
celebrate, you know, the things you have done, neither do you, you know, tarnish, or get involved with rumor mongering and gossip, and scandal and all the slander and all of those things, it's a very important thing, very, very critical thing in the end, you know, what then when they are no remains, you know, when everyone knows
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Okay, welcome back to my sick lady slamming Welcome back to adjust plover. Idris kabisa
is usually this this program was having was brothers are here garage Alhamdulillah.
We were interesting program that we can energy healing, if you have you gone into any type of energy healing, emotional healing.
I've done a bit of reading on it. Right. And the, what I found was this, you see, I know you're from the UK because he's to you also coordinated one or two programs for me in Birmingham in Bedford right. And he will be a spiritual person. And I know that, you know, he is highly respected in this particular field. And so because he is a he and I have a very, very close friend, Jake, Bobby, from Sudan, and I, a friend of mine, that is working for use of Islam in London for his office. And he was telling me how, for example, he had a lower back that doctors could help him, he said to that, you know, that is read was able to help him and and I know that it is becoming now more and more
people are accepting
as a son, because what has happened is many of us said this, what we what we are guilty of is that we only support we're convinced to medicine, and now people realize that alternative medicine. You know, our
Also something that we need to look at. And you find that,
that nowadays, many doctors also, now looking at alternative medicine, the night and the weekend, believe me as different names for it, right. So I'm going to speak about conscience as other people call it, you know, energy reading, and they speak about the whole idea that, you know, your doctors, and mostly many of them, people say, what they really do is to suppress the symptoms, but they do not, for example, cure, you know, as such, of course, you get your from Allah, and this is a very important thing, and are something that I would really recommend, and I'm so excited
to get deeply involved in this, because I also want to understand, in a doctor can help you in, you know, increasing my repertoire, and everything else, because one of the things they say that, you know, all of this
basically, if you have a dream, or some problem with the combine your emotions, you know, we want to look at it. Now what happens often Nixon looks at the physical aspect does not look at the most left, he does not look at the, you know, the areas that require healing. And you find that many people today, and many, many people today are going to be severe. The Canadian accent.
heard of people doing this type of treatment isn't, and I've heard of people benefiting greatly as well, from this type of treatment. Yes, yes, yes. And it is something that
people need to understand. I mean, there are times when people have given up, you know, they have no idea what to do, you know, and they do this. And if
you think we, as human beings need to have an open mind, you know, and, and under the law, I have complete faith in him, and I have no doubt, I have no doubt that he knows he inshallah would help people, you give me the skills, and so that you yourself can apply it to yourself. And, you know, and you can help other people doing it, you know, so therefore, I'll be so happy, if people can be only looking at 40 people for the weekend, not more than that. And so, we
are going to be presenting at the workshop is relatively speaking, I am I am going to present at the workshop, I am going to
speak about the healing process. We speak about things that post traumatic stress, and we speak about, you know, why is it that sometimes, you know, we look at things so negatively, why is it some people that are pessimistic? Why is it that some people are solution driven? Other people find problems? Why is it that people have issues in relationships, so, it's going to be a numbered life in a full program, that will take me there and, but the bulk of the presentation, you know, he is going to do it in the morning and afternoon, for each of those days, you know, and so it's something that I'm looking forward to, and, and, and the other point that I want to make, you know, something
that also worries me, that we are not prepared to invest in our own education. We're not prepared to invest in books, investing workshops and seminars, and therefore, I find that although we lyrical about the South African Muslims, but I've seen more young people I see more people always use that very key in increasing the knowledge are very key must be too long discourses about AI, for example, that one needs an omen shackamaxon a man from Ghana Institute spoke about debating Islam for now volatile and no one not even young people new from the listener give you attention, because
it's a knowledge you want to learn about.
So, so that that
passion to learn masala is found in
overseas countries greatly. And I have seen that it is by that in South Africa, compared to even the activities that are carried out is the population or maybe it's the challenges that they are facing that you find these these weekend workshops where people gather and orlimar have,
you know, symposiums workshops and yell
Complete weekends, where families come together and learn all on together. Then I heard now, this nominally can, you know, it's quite well known, we go to Malaysia, eating a 30 day intensive program on the Tafseer. The grant, I mean,
you know, and people, you know, are prepared to make the understand and don't get me wrong.
But the fact that there are many people getting affected, maybe they're retired or whatever, whatever.
And I know of scholars who tell me that they are programmed in some parts of the world, therefore, for the for the
1000 people attending, you know, and so this whole thing for me, is of great concern myself, that the desire for knowledge, the desire to create
a know your information,
or grab another perspective on life, is something that is very, very lacking.
The online therapeutic Africa is also yearning and craving for knowledge is perhaps the lack of opportunities that we are facing, not sure it's also true. And therefore it is very important, you know, from community to community, and we need to really give people skills so that they are able to cope with life's challenges, they're able to deal with issues, we're able to deal with disappointment, be able to deal with the able to deal with sicknesses and all that right, and also learn skills, so that they can help other people, how do I want to attend this workshop, so that I can have the knowledge that again, our
father actually bother, and something that I recommend very, very strongly, he starts off from the home, from the home that we encourage our children to read, to enquire, to be able to have a sense of curiosity, a sense of experimentation within this area, and that inshallah once you begin to have that make a huge difference.
It brings us almost to the end of our program, perhaps few last words of advice.
You know, for me, what I like to say to everyone, is this as a model assume that we are like tomorrow, do whatever good you can try to mean you know, he said to build bridges and shall not try to forgive and most importantly, in a surrender to Allah enables Omnibus and allow us and and in every opportunity you get to grow to learn, please take that opportunities.
For your time it is been Shall I will speak to you next week. inshallah you take him on and Allah bless you. Assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah wa
rahmatullah wa Satish. It is Cammisa chicken to you for listening today from Janita Santos and Mr. Eco monumental ly about accounts