The Secrets of Rasulullah (SAW) & Having The Right Attitude
Channel: Fatima Barkatulla
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I shouldn't aerates that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam called his daughter Fatima. During his illness, the illness, after which he passed away. He called Fatima to visit him. And he told her a secret. Whereupon she wept. And then he called her again. And he told her a secret. Whereupon she laughed.
And she says, when I asked her about it, she replied, the prophet spoke to me in secret and informed me that he would die in the course of the illness during which he died. So I wept. He again spoke to me in secret, and informed me that I would be the first of his family to follow him after his death, and upon that, I laughed. So what this shows us is contrary to what some groups have rewritten into history, we can see that they had a beautiful relationship and sisterhood.
Brothers and sisters, what you will notice and discover over this series as we look at the life of our mother, Aisha or the Lana is that our mother, Aisha was a woman of substance. We live in a time when women are either commoditized or pursued as consumers, the various pressures and industries that are constantly calling to us to be enslaved to them are insidious. The fashion industry, the music industry, the beauty industry, social media, all seek to influence us as women. And that is why it's so important for us to know our own principles, to know Allah's commands and prohibitions and to have a strong relationship with Allah subhanho wa taala.
Because there's nothing that Allah Subhana Allah has commanded us with except that it's good for us. And there's nothing that he has prohibited us from except that it is evil and bad for us. And when we study the lives of people like a shadow grandpa, it reminds us of having that right attitude