Channel: Hussain Kamani
On the authority of Abu Abdullah Jabir bin Abdullah al-Ansari (r) that:
A man questioned the Messenger of Allah (s) and said, Do you think that if I perform the obligatory prayers, fast in Ramadhan, treat as lawful that which is halal, and treat as forbidden that which is haram, and do not increase upon that [in voluntary good deeds], then I shall enter Paradise? He (s) replied, Yes.
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inshallah, today we are starting from Hadith number 22. of Eman, no
40 Hadith collection.
I'm Abdullah Javid Abdullah Ansari, rhodiola Hanuman and Roger and Salah surah Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for call
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The Hadith is narrated by Abdullah Javid of Abdullah Allen Saudi Arabia law one
that I met as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
What is your opinion if I pray my obligatory prayers and I fast the month of Ramadan
and treat lawful that which is halal and treat forbidden that which is how will I enter into paradise? Well let me as well as in Allah Allah Kashi and I will not increase anything upon it meaning voluntary deeds, the full agenda Shall I enter into paradise? platinum, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said yes,
the narrator of this hadith is a young Companion of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam by the name of Jabba bin Abdullah to lavon. He was young when the Prophet said Allahu Allah, he was sort of migrated to Madina munawwara
and then lived a very long life after the passing away of the prophets that Allahu Allah He was said he is listed amongst the last habit he passed away in Madina, munawwara
Imam Sabina de hubbie Rahim Allah Tada. When introducing him in his CLM a novella. He uses the following words he says an Imam will convene the great Imam and Mr. Hit the jurists, and half of the one who memorized narrations from the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam saw Hebrew Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was the Companion of the pups that allamani was and then while introducing him as always, they are the companions and the people of that generation were introduced by their cornea. The cornea was the honorary name. Now Jabba had been Abdullah of your loved one is commonly given two honorary names. One is above the rough man.
And the second is, what am I no we don't have the law highly used at the beginning of this Hadith, which is commonly accepted and considered to be the more authentic, more correct opinion of law Abdullah.
He was an unsavoury companion, which means he was a resident of Madina, munawwara he was amongst the people who met the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam during the pledges that occurred during the high season right before the prophets of the law. It was sort of migrated to Madina, munawwara he was one of the companions there, and later on, we'll I'll share with you a narration in which he says, I was the youngest Sahabi in that group. When we came to give pledge to the hands at the hands of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He has unsavoury and then within the people of unsought, he has a has an energy of what it means that he was from the tribe of positive there were two famous
tribes in Medina munawwara owes and has an edge. He was from the people of Hazzard
as we see in my neighborhood, Allahu Allah introduces us to Jabba Abdullah the law of one's father when he tells us that his father's name was Abdullah Jabba the son of Abdullah. His father was also a companion and so was his mother. His mother's name was nusseibeh, Aqua, when he been seen
his father was someone who stood by the side of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam right from the beginning, when the profit when the profit that allowed arrives in Madina munawwara after the profit arrives in with the illuminata. He's there right from the beginning.
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Susheela he participated in the battle but he also participated in the Battle of this Japanese father, Japanese, Abdullah
Abdullah participated in the Battle of mother he also participated in the Battle of odd. And it was in the Battle of God that he was martyred.
There is an interesting narration that Mr. Assad narrates, instead of a cloth regarding his father, that he was martyred in the Battle of water as we know, all of us have a war martyred in the Battle of bullhead. their graves are next to the mountain of what has itself
during the halaqa of Mario de la one, he installed a river a nun. And that river went past the the area of odd because ohad is on the way to Medina Manila. And at one point that river began to overflow the know how to begin to overflow.
And as a result of this, the some of the graves of the Sahaba who are buried in Ohio that were exposed, but in the in CATIA annual kabru, who is Azure Amalia to island in the booty Shahada had further jabiru illa Avi he bothered Darren forward to the whole story and he says that Jabara de la one when he heard that some of the graves were exposed, he ran to his father's grave, and when he came there he saw as his father was a martyr and we know regarding the marchers that Allah subhanho wa Taala sustains them he says that, for whatever the whole story and he found him to be fresh, his body had not decomposed in any way if Assad narrates, in his double thought.
And then after narrating it, he says was sent to say that the chain to this is authentic.
jabiru Abdullah law the law one became a keen student of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam after the prophets arrival in Medina Manila. He sat with the prophets of the law while he was sediment study from him, and he is listed amongst the McAfee rune
Bella alfen wahome semiotic in a hadith and he narrates over 1540 hobbies and the process that allamani was set up. And in order to be considered a mocha, hobby winner, it's abundantly that number is 1000. Anyone whenever it's over 1000 isn't that category, and job has been opted out of the alarm one is definitely in that category of people.
Many of his narrations are directly from the opposite of La Hollywood system. And a large portion of his narrations are also be lost. And I've explained this before, but I'll mention it again. Since we took a large break. We stopped we stopped before Milan and now we're continuing after Hutch. This idea of bewafa is that the younger companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam are mostly the McCarthy era. The younger Sahaba are those who narrate most of the prophets of Allah Almighty wisdom. And one of the reasons is because they don't narrate directly from the Prophet sallallahu wasallam many of their narrations if not most of them are be lost, which means they went to other
companions who had learned from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and they gather their narrations. Okay, so Jabir bin Abdullah of your loved one is one of those examples. He's one of these as well. I gave you the example of of loving our bus with your loved one where they had the food they consider him to be from the mocha food on the one amongst those who narrate abundantly, even though how many narrations is he narrated from the prophets of Allah while he was sitting directly without anyone in the middle? According to many Mahajan, that's only one and that's a narration inshallah, that no one has to lie on. He does cover in his 40 Huggies collection. Yeah
without further delay. Yeah for the digital to jack. When he was ready for the Prophet when he was writing behind the Prophet little audio system.
he narrates from the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam illman Cathedral a large portion of knowledge, but he also narrates when I met him. At the LA one. He also narrates from Alabama Vittorio rhodiola one he narrates from Abu Bakar to study for the last one, he inherits from Aveda rather than a Jebel zubi and many other companions
where he was a great student, Allah subhanho wa Taala honored him and blessed him with great students to amongst the students of Jabba Abdullah viola, what are the likes of say diplomacy you say either the Messiah is sacred or who he is the leader of that generation of the successors. I thought it'd be raba Solomon Appleyard, hustle and bustle he hasn't been Mohammed bin hanifa Abuja advocate Mohammed double caffeine is all great scholars of their time from the generation of the top your own, and they were direct students of jab they've been opted out of your loved one.
When the scholar has described his features and what he looked like, towards the end of his life, Sandman, middle Warden describes him by saying at Javelin Aviva Roxy. We're live here that I saw Jabara de la Juan at an older age. He lived a long life after the Prophet allamani was still him and his beard and the hair in his head.
Was all white.
Gotta jabiru Diablo izhar who Kaaba who his parents would never reach his ankles they were always above his ankles. While I lay here Mr. Martin Viva he would wear a white turban and I used to call Ursula Harmon worre II, and he would take one of the corners or the corners of the of the turban and let it hang behind him behind his shoulders.
There is a big dispute amongst the scholars. Regarding the first battle that job would have been Abdullah, the other one participated in alongside the Prophet along audio system since he was a young companion. And since he also had many siblings, his father would keep him at home and tell him to look after his family members. When the Father Himself would go into the battle the mother when he went into mother and when he went into he told Java you need to stay behind and look out for the family in my absence. So there are narrations that conflict regarding his first battle, even if Calvin says that shahida of them he participated in the battle
with shahida Safina Ali, and he also participated in the Battle of the battle Josephine is a battle that occurs during the philosophy valley with your loved one where two Muslim armies confronted one another. On one side was the army of Malawi of Fianna the Allahumma and other on the other side was the army of Alabama, Alabama, we thought it would be a long one. But shahida Safin, Molly, and jabya grabbed a lot of the last one. He was standing in the army of alia with your loved one on that day.
It was a feat of merits in his lava from jabiru the last one that jabiru talks about his first expedition and he says lamb ash had butter on I did not participate in the Battle of button one for them and neither did I participate in the Battle of Manali. avi my father prevented me from joining the battle for them a patella yomo had after my father passed away and he was martyred in the Battle of God. At the heart of our Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he has gotten up to after that day I never missed a single expedition. With the Prophet alarm. It was so I was there all the way through.
Email with Allaha Li he quotes in one narration for kind of Oh, what a mas o tomorrow who hamara acid. At the first battle I stood by the side of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the Battle of Hama Hama acid
inside while talking about the expeditions and the journeys of Java, but Abdullah the Aloha and he says that Java the long one accepted Islam at the hands of the prophets of Allah. Hi, my name is Adam before the Prophet migrated to Medina.
Just a few months before the Prophet migrated to Medina, a group of people came from Medina Managua to Makkah, and they took a pledge at the hands of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and they were about 70 people. Job under the law. One was one of those 70 people were what kinda and he was the youngest from that group. And since he was the youngest from that group, from these group of people, he was the one who lived the longest and he was the last to pass away.
Java the long one regarding his expeditions. He says that I was with the people who participated in the Treaty of Arabia. And I was with the people who took allegiance at the hands of the prophets of Allah who it was to them to avenge the supposed murder of mine, but I thought about the long one. And he said the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to us call and and our pseudo Lhasa allamani was sent. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to us on the day of sorry, yo davia on the day today via the Prophet of the Lord ism said to us, and Tamil Yama hierarchy of you are the best people today on the face of this earth.
This is a great rank and honor for him. Javid of the loved one passed away in the year 78 after digital
and at the time he was 94 years old before he passed away. Due to his weakness in his old age, he became ill and he lost his eyesight of the hub of muscle.
When he passed away abandoned,
abandoned Othman who was the governor of Medina. He loved the Genesis, a lot of jobs had been opted out of your loved one. So this is a brief introduction to the narrator of the huddle. Now we come to the Hadith itself. We see at the beginning of the Haditha Jabba Viola Juan says unknown Rajan and sada Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, a person asked a question to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Who is this person?
It seems that most of the scholars of Hadith when listing the name of this origin, this anonymous person, when identifying him, they come to the same conclusion. His name was not a man been
the first to call him with a photon, both books
No man being pulled
in one direction it actually says very clearly. I love you solid will be soufiane and jabiru and Carla Carla no amount of nothing oppa he actually starts off in Irish in my saying that nom nom and Oakland said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Now one, when was this question asked if we know that the questioner was not been open, if we can identify that. Then the second thing we can identify right off the bat is when this incident occurred. How is that because if you read the biography of madmen, Oakland, you will learn that he was martyred in the Battle of blood.
So this happened after the Prophet arrived in Madina munawwara in the earlier period, the Battle of what had happened in which year anyone know
the third year after the third year after he dies when the battle had happened.
Mr. Rogers Kalani writes in his commentary for the front body, what are you? Human busca de la la narrates and an amendment of copan Allah young offered him some to LA k Arab. Nah man, nah man. poco took an oath on the day of the Battle of La that I take an oath by you, oh, my Lord, that I will not allow the sun to set but I will give my life for your sake.
And it was that day that he was martyred for sushi the daily cleome makanan abuse Allahu alayhi wa sallam while a todo a to fulfill agenda. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said indeed I saw him in gender. What's very interesting is that in this Hadith, what is he actually looking for?
He's looking for a pathway to gender. And we see this because of the last part of the Hadith. He asked the Prophet sallallahu set up a question, the full agenda. Well, I go to gender. And how does this story end? Because he was sincere when he asked that question. He wasn't trying to cut corners, or look for an easy or lazy way out of worshipping the Lord because he was sincere. The scholars they say that Allah subhana wa tada announced his entry in dogen, that the tongue of the prophets of Allah holiday was set on when he was martyred in the bottom of God.
Who was the one who killed him. But that kind of bothered mahasi and the SFX, one omega, it was so foreign and omega, one of the soldiers in the army of British who killed Norman the token.
Now, when he asked this question to the box that Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, O Messenger of Allah, what is your opinion? What do you think? If I pray my five daily prayers, and I fast the month of Ramadan, and I act upon what Allah and I stay away from? What's, how long? I won't do anything more than that. So five things, I pray my Salah, I fast. I accept what's Hello. And I refrain from what's hot on. And I won't increase anything after that. I won't do anything more than that while I enter an agenda. Now, if you notice this question right here, someone can bring an objection, that why did he only mentioned solar and sown? And he did not mention the cotton hatch.
Let's say as a questioner, he didn't mention the cotton Hodge. How can the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam agree on his proposal without mentioning
the cotton Hodge? Because that's two of the pillars. How can the prophets have a long line he was sort of agreed to his proposal by saying at the end of the narration, Karla Nam, the purpose of the largest of them said yes, so this is a question.
The scholars they explain this by mentioning there's a few possibilities. The first thing some scholars they say is that it's very possible. He made this statement before the obligation of zakaat and Hutch, before they were even obligated. Because you have to remember we established the timestamp, what are we establish that he was martyred in the Battle of God, which means that this was in the early days of Madina munawwara and according to many scholars, the Gulf was established after the Sahaba arrived in Medina Managua. So there's a window there there's an early window that he may have asked this question where's the cotton Hodge Hodge obviously wasn't obligated too much
later on sixth, sixth year or eighth year or ninth year depending on the length of the AMA. So Hydra was established for much later on zakaat also, it's possible that he may have asked this question before it was made fun of upon the Muslim woman. That's one opinion. The second opinion and this is a beautiful opinion that I love my ignorance a mean for him Allah tala shares. He says it's very possible that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam did not add Zakat and homage to the proposal because the prophets have a long line. He was sort of knew he was someone who didn't have wealth.
He was a poor person. And if he's a poor person, zakaat doesn't apply to him, and neither does. Neither does have. So that's why the process of allowing it was sort of omitted, he did not mention it. Some scholars, they say he mentioned salaat in stone, but was making reference to all the pillars. That's also a thing on our watch list. He saw that you mentioned one thing
You have five siblings, or you have five kids. You mentioned one of their names, but what are you actually doing? You call them all of them, or you mentioned two of their names. Sometimes your parents will do this. And this five kids, instead of naming every one of the five kids, every time all they do, they'll just have two of them for that, and five, come here. If the third one doesn't come, what does that safe? Do I have to say your name to get the point you were born third, which means that you will be present whenever I call the other two, the first two.
Now, one very interesting thing, if you study this hobby
in order to understand the intent behind this Howdy, what am I no we're not not to lie Allah is trying to establish remember, him I'm never gonna have to lie in these 40 odd Hadith is teaching us principles of our life. those principles that we need to be good Muslims, that we need to be strong Muslims, in order to understand what this hadith is actually saying, because people read this 100 from different angles. One person will read this, how do you then say that the Sahabi asked for the bare minimum and the Prophet promised agenda, so I'm not going to do anything.
You guys understand that, I'm just going to do the bare minimum and I will do more than that. That's one way of looking at it. Another way of looking at it is in sequence of how Mr. Melvin has Allahu Allah is bringing this hadith because that's what you have no reason to lie Allah is trying to convey I'll explain different perspectives of this hadith later on. I have a few listed and I'll share them with you before the class ends.
Now turn back to Hadeeth number 21, who remembers Cadiz number 21.
And it was quite a few months but who remembers it?
Well, I meant to be learning from my stopping. That was
the lesson of Hadith number 21 was to be steadfast. Now if you take that message and feed it into the Hadith Fatima Allahu Allah brings as Hadith number 22. What you'll learn is that this hadith is a continuation of the previous narration, stick to a few deeds, but be consistent and be punctual.
This hobby isn't listing 100 deeds, he's saying I'm gonna just gonna do a handful of basic things. But I'll be punctual. And the process that along the way, he was sort of agrees upon that, that if a person has punctuality, with the little you can accomplish a lot. If a person isn't punctual than they'll have to do a lot. But if a person has punctuality, just with a little bit, that's why and when nourishing the pups in the long run, he will send them said,
what will be shifted tomorrow, that even if it means that you give not even a full date and sub Aqaba, like a half a day, or a part of a date, and stuff like this, give that every day? If you can't give a one brother He called me his mother passed away recently. He said to me, what can I do? I said to him, obviously, the first thing is to offer your mother but there's we're also told that giving Southern law on behalf of our family members, give a quarter at a 25 cents give that much in southern Florida if that's what you can afford, give her $1 a day, if that's what you can afford, but make a habit of being consistent in your deeds that has a lot of reward.
People that are times are infatuated with exotic and complicated things. They aren't content with the basics.
This is a common occurrence that someone will come in and say that I have x, y and z problem in my life and how do I deal with it?
And they're hoping for you to tell them to balance on one foot while leaving the other hand in the air saying some tongue twister mallacoota Brutus v 100 times with something tight underneath their tongue. People look for exotic things without realizing that the simplest solution and the most effective solution is that which is
right in front of you. Yeah Are you will Latina minister you know somebody who
you want to learn how to be patient and pray to Allah subhana wa tada engaged in saw in the LA Hamas lobby allies with those that are patient. We look at the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam such a classic life he lived such a classic example he leaves behind this. The prophecy of Allahu alayhi wa sallam is all about doing the basics, nailing and locking in the basics with consistency. When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam starts a good deed he sticks with it. And anyone that tries to get too exotic or too carried away too extreme, what is the prophecy that allowed him to do? He centrism again? You know that famous narration of the three Sahaba one of them
said I'll fast every day one of them said I won't sleep anymore once said I won't get married again. They all went to extremes and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he center them all again by saying that there is no need for any of this spirituality is not an extremism. What about me it's an avatar that will have market of no hollien celibacy isn't something that Allah subhanaw taala ordained, it's something that Christian monks adopted on themselves, and also upon him without it looks for a median path.
Not as amazing and as interesting as this narration may sound
it's important to know that these sort of narrations are actually very frequent. You can find them spread through the collection of a hottie.
It is stated in Jamia Aloma hiccup.
What the wha wha ha de visite Allahu alayhi wa sallam beheaded mana. Which means that narrations with a similar message that doing a little and being consistent with it will get you agenda acting upon the bare minimal five pillars of Islam and being consistent with it will will will gain you entry and agenda. We'll call it collateral a hadith.
This is something the Prophet didn't mention once it's actually easily openly available. There are so many narrations regarding this just to share a few with you. There is a narration that Mr. Messer you don't have to lie in here. It's been wrong to lie on air. It's even Hakeem along with the lie lady or it's in his stomach.
I will say it says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said ma'am and often you saw this on a lot of times we assume Ramadan when you finish his voyage then he will cover you know Salah Illa Allah who awaba gender? Yeah the whole woman ha ha Masha. There is not a servant who praises five daily prayers. He fasts in the month of Ramadan, he discharges and gives his cut, and that person stays away from the seven major sins
Illa Allah who have wobble agenda, but the doors agenda not all of them will open up for this person. Yet the whole room in a Yehoshua, he will be allowed to enter into agenda through whichever door he wishes. Some metadata sort of loss that Allahu alayhi wa sallam in the process that allowed him instead of recited verse number 31 of Surah Nisa in digitali bukoba era Mathura hona anhu Luca Ferran come see the article, wonderful Kumar Harlan Karima. he recited verse number 31 of Surah Nisa.
Another narration Ahmed narrated Mr. Messer inherited from w one on Saturday, the last one, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said manava de la ha when are you sure he could be he? Well, formosana artistica was sama Ramadan, Western I will cry for a whole agenda, our agenda. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said whoever worships Allah and does not make partners at the law. He establishes his prayer. He gives us the cup. He fasts in the month of Ramadan, and stays away from major sins which then of alcohol he stays away from major sins, fatherhood agenda, for that person will be paradise or in one narration, that that person will be guaranteed entry into paradise.
Similarly, a very beautiful Hadith from Imam delimited amatola era narrated by my mother the last one. He says I heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saying this while he was in his farewell Hajj. Meaning This is towards the end of the prophets life.
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said not in the previous narration there was no mention of Hutch Salah psalms MacArthur mentioned but hydroset mentioned in the commentary of that what his father say again
he was obligated at that time, because because because highest we can later on now this Hi, Mama de la one. When did he When did he hear these words from the Prophet? In the farewell Hodge? Whenever we say farewell hugs What does that mean? How many days left for the prophets life?
Roughly 90 days, the prophet passed away three months later Hajj ends 12th of the profit pathways that allow it was sort of on the 12th of every hour, which is three months, roughly 90 days give or take. So now in this model of the law one listen to the words and you hiddenness the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said oh people, it the Allah be mindful of Allah subhanahu wa tada
and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said will suddenly come second prayer five prayers will soon Lucia Huracan and fast in the month of Ramadan. Well, I do sakata Amala come and give these a copy of your wealth while to the American and be obedient to your leaders. Now notice since the Prophet's life is ending, what is he meant? What is he emphasizing
obedience to your leaders
to the huddle agenda, karate comm you will enter enter the paradise of your Lord. Now notice in this Have you taken is there any high dimension? Now? The scholars they see the reason why Hodge isn't mentioned in this how do you this because where is this being mentioned?
Where is he giving this hotspot? It's at hudge
right? So it's implied there.
The next generation is from even a bus with your loved one here it's regarding the mum and Saliba. Now of a mum and Saliba is a part of the people who come to meet the puffs of along while he was sort of in delegations now this is important information this will bring it all together. The delegations What year did they come to meet the prophet in
eight slash mightier the eighth slash ninth year by now which is fun, hat is obligatory and they're not hydrate now. So neither out there nor they are neither are they are
audible says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he told us to pray Our five daily prayers Salah zakaat while Hajj and that have said a lot of them in this narration also mentioned Hajj. Mashallah Islam and the Prophet Lawson told us to be mindful of all of the commandments of the deen for them for Allah after the purpose of the law while he was sort of Protestants because they came as a delegation right? The Prophet is teaching them Islam he says Salam Salam Zakat Hodge, he talked about the different obligatory important elements of the deen. He says after the Prophet finished off his lecture, I the moment Allah says I said, a shadow Allah, Allah illallah wa shadow, Muhammad
Rasulullah was what they had him for if he testified in the oneness of Allah, and the prophecy of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and then he said, I will fulfill these obligations. What I've studied, oh, man, I hate me and I will stay away from that what you told us to stay away from last eat well, I won't do anything more, neither will I decrease anything from my promise to you follow sort of lost that allamani He will send them in southern Sahara Jana. If you've spoken the truth, if he is truthful, if he was truthful in South Africa agenda, he will go to Paradise. So when you gather all these aha deeds together and trust me, there are a lot more that even I have listed
in front of me. But for the sake of being brief, I'm I'll leave them for you to read on your own time inshallah.
When we study these narrations, what we learn is that Allah subhana wa tada has made and praying genda very easy.
You just have to stick to the basics. be focused, give it your quality, give it your class, give it your sincerity, be consistent. Remember that.
I was at HUD just a few days back. And I purchased this very beautiful book from there. If Allah gives me life, it also gives me Sofia sirish to maybe teach this as a class. And the book, it's a one volume book with maybe three or 400 pages. And I purchased it with this intention to benefit myself and to also teach it and the book was regarding it gathered all those ahaadeeth that cover the deeds for which the Prophet promised Gemma
that do these things and Allah will give it was the one volume book a few 100 pages it gathered all those narrations together, that on this ayah for this deed, Allah subhanaw taala has promised Jenna
for those of you that are students at the seminary, if you want to see that book I have in the library, I can share it with you.
Now where we study that genda is very easy in the pathway. The agenda is very easy it can be earned through simple deeds performed with sincerity and consistency. It's also important to notice that there are a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that tells us that major sins can prevent entry into gender as well. That's why I noticed that when he made the statement to Sahabi nama, he said and I will accept what is halal and stay away from what is
what is haraam? He mentioned that this is an important thing. Think of the spiritual gauge the spiritual meter, think of a spiritual meter.
By believing in a law you're not neutral. When you do a good deed you enter into the positive by doing sins, committing sins you fall into
the negative. Allah subhanho wa Taala is promising as gender right off the bat simply if we come to Allah in the neutral, believe in a law fulfill your bare minimum obligations. Allah will give you gender, if you don't know awful sunan all these other great things and hirings in general. But if we fall into the negative then we are accountable with a lot and the easiest way to get out of negative anytime you fall there is what?
One simple stuff and a lot. Sincere one simple sincere. Again, don't get caught with lengthy words among statements. One simple sincere stuff that Allah will bring you from the negative run into the neutral again. Allah subhanho wa Taala his friendship is not only limited to those who do the hijab online even though they have a closer friendship with Allah, as a law tells us in the Quran, Allahu Allah, you live in Amman. Allah is a friend of anyone who believes in Him who believes in Allah subhanaw taala. Right. If you reach that mutual level, you you have accomplished a lot in sha Allah. So there are a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that tells us that a person who
commits major sins will be prevented entry and entry into agenda. Now this person believes that a lot of commits a major sin, that doesn't mean they are eternally deprived of entry and agenda. What that means is they will initially be deprived
based on the the judgment of Allah. If Allah showers that person with his father, his favor, that person will enter an agenda. If Allah subhanaw taala exercises his other His justice, then that person can be punished before being sent to Jenna.
We pray that Allah subhanaw taala favors us all with his fallen and saves us from his other because the justice of a lot if we are caught, we are held accountable with justice, then it's very possible each of us will have a tough answering. We pray and love protects us.
The prophets have a lot of money with cinema. For example, in one narration, he says, like the full agenda, the man can if you call behemoths call Avira mean given that a person will not enter into paradise who even has a mustard seeds amount of pride in their heart? Because Allah subhanho wa Taala dislikes pride and his servants, humble yourself before you give a holler before you give a hot tub before you deliver a general football, before you even speak amongst people or even to your own family members. Turn into your heart and ask why am I doing it? Am I doing it to appease large numbers of people? Am I doing it so that I can gain fame amongst people? Or am I doing it for a
loan? And one of the Messiah's they say one of the clearest signs of sincerity is consistency, going back to last week, so these are meant to be for most often. A sign of sincerity is consistency. Whether anyone shows up or not. Whether anyone's there to pack you on your patio on your back or not. You keep doing what you're doing. You keep doing your thing. And one narration The purpose of the long line he was sort of said, Now you're the photojournalist a call to a person who breaks ties will not enter into paradise. In one narration the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said liar the whole Janata know man when a person who is a tail berry takes this person's story and feeds it to
that person takes that person's story feeds it to this person with intention to cause hatred between the two, that person will not enter into paradise in similarly there are many other narrations like this.
The prophets of Allah allamani was sort of said.
And then we need it either jaw was a Sirat that indeed, the believers once they pass by the bridge, the bridge is the bridge that connects people to agenda. The Prophet said a lot of audiences don't describe this Surat as being very thin, thinner than a strand of hair, and sharper than a blade. That when a person crosses that gender right when they're about to enter,
your swimming home or volume, cannot be in a home kidzania before they enter, it's possible that they will be stopped from gender even though they're so close, because of certain oppressions that they committed while they were in the dunya. Because someone had pressed one person, another person or pressed another person, so settle your affairs in the dunya before you transition to the hereafter.
So on one side we have once one sort of ahaadeeth telling us that symbol actions with sincerity will get us into agenda that on another side we have certain narrations that are telling us that
there are certain sins major sins that can prevent you from entering an agenda. Now the third type of narrations they are there's a third category of narrations and there are many of them. I'll just share one or two of them with you. In which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says more or less to the summary. Anyone who says La ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasul Allah and God agenda.
What are those narrations say? Anyone who says
La ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasul Allah Allah agenda.
The example of this is the Hadith from avanos. If it were the law one and say, Hey, in Bukhari and Muslim, I shared this narration with you before but I'll share it again since it's a part of our discussion today. We'll be fighting with your loved ones. It's a long marriage and he says, One night I woke up, and I couldn't go to sleep. So I started, I stepped out of my house into the streets of Medina manana. And lo and behold, in front of me, also in the middle of the night, alone, walking was who
the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So he said, I thought, Well, you know what, I'm just gonna sneak up on the Prophet, and I'll walk with him. So he says, I was sneaking behind the Prophet, quietly, just following him in the light of the moon. And the Prophet noticed that I was following him. The Prophet turned around and said, Who's there? And I said, O Messenger of Allah, it's me, that the Prophet called me. And it's they had a long journey together, they walk, they pass by a hill mountain. And the Prophet said, If I was given this much wealth, nothing about me would change, kind of showing that his heart wasn't about wealth. It was about something greater than the profits
of a lot of money. He was sitting, he told me to stay in one place and he said to him, and don't move from here, no matter what happens. The Prophet said a lot of what he was said of himself went ahead and have with us as I couldn't see him anymore, that I both are since I started hearing some noises. And I was worried that maybe something happened to the Prophet. I was just about to go and check up on the Prophet. But then I remembered one of the prophets say to him,
don't move don't leave your post, stay put several that says I waited, waited, waited until finally the Prophet came back. When the Prophet came back. I said on messenger
Allah, what happened to you? Where did you go? I heard some noise. The Prophet said a lot of them says that what you heard was a conversation between myself and Villani, Sara ngvla, ali Salaam just told me
monopile Allah, Allah illallah wa Taala De Luca de halogen, whoever says La Ilaha Illa LA and will die in that belief, we'll go to Agenda
fit when he heard this. He was puzzled. So he said we're in Santa we're in salt. Even if that person committed Zina, even if he stole from people, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, what ends no instead of yes, even if he committed suicide, even if he stole, he will still go to Paradise.
Father, half an author, meaning they went back and forth three times I will that I said, What is that Oh, instead of what Enza now instead of like, really, that's what you're saying. And the fourth time the mechanic arrabiata Allah rasa me empty Ibiza?
That even I'm going to loosely translate a lot of thought, even if a Buddha doesn't want them to go to Paradise, like even if you don't want it. That's what God told me. That's some how to look at the sincerity and look at the love of without a hat. In our day and age people they love benefiting from their parents and their teachers as long as what their parents and teachers tell them is something they desire. But imagine your teacher said something like this to you. Even if you don't want it allow me unpick.
Would you tell anyone that part of the narration ever again? Yes or no? I mean, you can conveniently miss that part of the narration knowing that it's not relevant to the actual Hadith. But for hora de Beauvoir in La Jolla, cool We're in rozema amfi. Abu Dhabi, Allah Juan when he's scenario is Howdy. He used to say this Hadith, and he would say even if my nose has to be put down, meaning even if I don't like it, you know, he would basically repeat that statement of the purpose of allottees.
So how do we create
harmony between these narrations? Because there seems to be a little conflict. One narration is saying say Laila holla, you got agenda? What can someone deduce from these narrations?
What can someone deduce? There's no need to do any good deeds. There's no need for sanaulla no need for zakaat do all the hot on the one in Zento and set up three times, do whatever you want. In another narration, we're told that not opposing to this, we're told in some narrations that there are certain sins that will prevent you from lying and agenda. And then Arish and regret right now in particular also tells us that there are certain good deeds that must be done in order to gain entry into gender. So in order to explain this scholars, they explain by saying in the calamata, towhees, suburban muqtada only the whole agenda, one minute now, that having the belief of La ilaha illAllah
Muhammad Rasul Allah is necessary for you to be free from the fire of hell and for you to have entry and agenda.
Well, I can't either who should, however, entering an agenda requires certain conditions. Well, he'll get yellow will for a while. While you were here, it's yarnall kabaya. Right. And he says the scholars they say the conditions are fulfilling what's fun, and staying away from what's hot on again, this narration Why am I No, we chose this one instead of the others because this narration is very complete. That's a hobby at the end, what is he saying? I will accept what's hot and stay away from what's hot. Um,
so in order for you to understand this, I'll share some more opinions of scholars on this issue. But in order for you to understand if a person commits sins, and let's say for example, a person doesn't fulfill their obligations, but they believe in La ilaha illAllah. At some point, even if they are punished by law, they will go to gentlemen, you guys understand that, at some point, we can have hope, in sha Allah, that Allah subhanho wa Taala Even then, on the day of judgment, we'll overlook the sins of mankind and the Muslim ummah. And even though we failed and haven't prayed and haven't done what we were supposed to do, not only prayer, but all the other things that we've been
encouraged to do even though we haven't done them we have opened a lot of Allah will overlook them. And Allah subhanaw taala will give us our full our full gender like give us all an early entry, the first entry indigene but that's our hope inshallah. But as far as the legal framework goes, a person who commits a sin is accountable by law, some kind of without having that Lyla have a lot in your bag, or under your in your heart will guarantee you agenda at some point, either immediately with the father of a law, or ultimately if a person is sent to the firewall after that.
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That's why there's an Moodysson area
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what a tabula he skips the name of the Sahabi and narrates directly from the props that allamani was set up. So in a Muslim narration from hustle adversity, watch mmrrc hustle and inhibition Allahu alayhi wa sallam. Allah Allah, Allah, Allah wa mcleese and musli Sandra her agenda. Whoever said La ilaha illa Allah, sincerely will go to gentlemen, Tina, or Maya,
a companion as the Messenger of Allah What does it mean to be sincere when you say that you lied a lot. In response to that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that you stay away from what Allah subhanho wa Taala has made haram upon you.
someone came and told him Greta Lil hasim internasional pollun Monica La Ilaha Illa de la Jana.
Oh Ha some people are saying that whoever says La la la la will go to Jenna. And they don't have to worry about deeds. This was a group of people there was a deviant sexual actually help. This will help this belief that good deeds and bad deeds didn't matter. As long as you believe that Allah was enough for you. It was a deviant group historically. So people came to hustle and bustle and they said that people are saying that whoever says nyla law as long as your heart is good, and you believe in Allah, that's enough for you, you'll go to agenda.
So hustler bacilli responded back by saying la Illa Illa for the HA HA HA HA the halogen whoever says La ilaha illa Allah and fulfills that statement. What is La la la la even mean? La Ilaha Illa la means that I don't take any one worthy of worship except for a la I will. Now my mother in law must do that in La La, la, la La, la Sharia, Ilana. Ultimately, I follow what Allah tells me to. It's like a person telling their wife that I love you. But when the wife tells them something to do, what do they say? No, I'm not doing that. The wife says, Can you watch out for the kids? What did you say? No, I'm not doing that. Can you please take the garbage out? No, I'm not gonna do that
either. Can you please take me shopping? No, I'm not gonna do that either. So it's as if you're saying what are you saying to that person? La ilaha illAllah. When it comes to your actions, what happens?
There's no more leiligheten 1011 Hoya and Tara hueco in Nevada fiza Marilla ijebu la cara Haku Casa de la Tata, who? In Mohave Bella Hippo Moto, as the poet says that you disobey a law while you claim to love him. This is a very big thing. How do you say you love someone when you? It's like my son when he doesn't listen to me. And if I say to Mohammed, do you love me? He says yes. I said, Why do you disobeyed me then? He says, I still love you. 1000 ilaha tadahiro Kubo in Hafiz Amani, la Ji boo. This is a very big thing you say to me, you love me but you disobeyed me. locata hug buka sada con la Tato.
If your love for him was true, you would obey Him. Because a lover is always obedient to their beloved, always, always follow what their beloved wishes for them to do.
What have been Manabe says? Someone said to what happened whenever Elisa La Ilaha Illa mythical agenda is in La ilaha illallah wa Akira gender.
So he responded back by saying, but of course it is. One I can ma'am and Mr. Han Illa Allah who has none. But there isn't a key.
But that key needs is grooves in every key has a groove right? If the key doesn't have any groove, is it any value? Unless you're opening up the toilet, it has no value at all. A key without grooves will open up your toilet otherwise anything valuable it will have the grooves to it allow us to have a snap for injured web starting low as 941. Well, let me see. If you bring a key with the right grooves the door will open up bring the right deeds the doors of genda will open up for you. Otherwise the doors of gentle remain closed upon you you won't have access to them.
So what are some lessons that we learned from this video? The first thing we learned from this hadith is how keen the Sahaba were to ask questions from the prophets of Allah how it was set up. This is the hobby had a concern. And to think about it considering that maybe when he asked this question he was surrounded by great companions like Abu Bakar Romanov Manali just create that mindset. And these people are they're doing the bare minimum or are they doing everything?
They're going above and beyond right, like I will back up like the Sahaba are known they went above and beyond. But he has this question of having a minimalist approach. He has a minimal approach because maybe that's all he can offer. Is he shy to ask that for the purpose of allowing one incident
Yes or no?
No, he's open. This is my circumstance. This is what I can do. Other people can do more of humbleth this is what I can do. I want to know if this is enough. So how open and clear and apparent transparent they were with the profit of a lot, so there was no aloof. They weren't worried about being judged by the prophet or being judged by someone else. If someone came to the community and said, All I want to do is I'm just going to pay my five salon fastener, Milan, I won't do anything more than that. In our communities, people will start judging that person. Look at this, come look at this cheapo look at this person. But in the profits gathering, it wasn't like this. And neither
was that the state of the province that a lot of fun and very open, very relaxed, very easygoing. The second thing, the second lesson that we learned from this heavy the very clear, beautiful lesson is how the Sahaba were always keen to learn their unique pathway to gender. How could they get into gender?
That's all they wanted to know. How can we get to Agenda How can we get to gender and we pray that Allah subhana wa tada makes this our greatest concern as well? How can we earn gender? The third thing we learned from this Hadith, you'll hear some people saying that don't worship Allah for agenda worship Allah for Allah forget Jen knock like it doesn't exist. Have you guys heard that argument before? This argument? Maybe it has its merits from a hyper spiritual perspective, but for the rest of the Muslim Ummah, take a break.
Allah subhanho wa Taala promises agenda. Allah is telling us Gemma is there for us that to the body, a solid hain nada, I do not want to
be bashing allies promising agenda again and again. So is there anything wrong with having a desire for agenda? Have there been anything wrong? The Prophet would have said to him what when he asked this question, when he asked the full agenda with the Prophet say, what are the what are we going to learn? Yeah, come on. Focus on the pleasure of Allah forget agenda. I don't mean to mock people who have that opinion. I'm sure they are sincere, I'm sure there's a deeper perspective that many of us probably aren't spiritual enough. Or maybe we're not there to understand. But for majority of the Muslim Ummah, people like myself, people like yourself, there's nothing wrong at all, actually, it's
praiseworthy, this is what a Sahabi has done this reward and merit in it, of keeping your eye on a gift on a goal that Allah has prepared for us in sha Allah and Aziz.
Another benefit of this hadith
is that if a person decides to do less than you, don't judge them, and there's no need to mock them. If, for example, your daily habit, your daily would, is to read three pages of the Quran and someone says, I don't read any fun at all, should you look down upon them, you should encourage them, that's another thing. Encourage them to have that as the give them some virtues of reading the Quran, but don't go too hard on them. People have their unique circumstances. And that's all they can do. I was at HUD a few days back, and people would come and they would ask that shift, do I have to do this part of hydro Can I miss it? I would always tell them, the sooner is do this, try your best to do
it. But at the end of the day, if your health doesn't allow you what what I tell them, Look after yourself. I'm not speaking to a 15 year old person or a 20 year old young person, sometimes the person you're speaking to is 60 years old. And sometimes the person is speaking to is 20 years old. Knowing the person who you speak to. This is a very important thing.
Similarly, actually, that's the next point. The next lesson that we learned from this Hadeeth is when answering don't give blanket statements. Always look at the person that you're speaking to understand them, understand their circumstances, and answer accordingly.
The famous example of this is the Sahabi, who came to the office that a lot of money was sent him and asked him on messenger of a lot. Can I kiss my wife while I'm fasting? What are the profits say to one person? No, another guy came one of the prophesy to him. Yes, the Sahaba they were puzzled. How can the profit give two answers to the same question? What are the parts that a lot of some say? The person I said no to is young. If he kisses his wife, he may take it to the next step and take it to the next step which will end up leading him to something that will break as fast as what the second person is old. He only may kiss his wife once in a decade. And if it happens if the desire
comes while these fastening Madhava Go ahead, knock yourself off.
You have to be
aware of the outline of the people. I'm not a fan of importing fatawa from abroad. I'm not a fan of online futsal websites. I'm just not a fan of them. I've seen too many times where people are online and they're googling answers. And they're literally importing rulings that don't relate to the context. Right? Or they're online. They're reading massage that don't necessarily relate to the actual question you have. fielding a real personal human to human relationship with your teachers is very, very important. That's why you should understand when answering this will be considered. I'll mention two points and then I'll lead to my final closing remarks on this. Okay.
When you're answering someone for example, you need to
Take into consideration who it is you're answering. I've seen this happen too many times, even in our communities locally, where the questioner is a new Muslim, and the one answering them as acting like this is the 30 year veteran. You know, there are no concessions. no understanding of this person literally just accepted Islam. I did a q&a once in Tulsa, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, I had a lecture there, and there was a lecture there, I did a demo. And after before Mohit Uppsala, they asked me to do a special session with the new reverse the new converts the new Muslims, and I sat with them. And one of the guys he said, that, is it possible, I can just read my entire Salah in English? What was
this question? Can I read my entire Salah in English?
So I asked him before answering yes or no? Which which I give him a detailed answer on the different detailed approach on how to deal with this. My first question to him was, Why do you ask this question? So he said to me, I've been Muslim for 10 years, and every time I try to read Arabic, someone comes up to me and tells me apart, my pronunciation is wrong. And he said, I'm so frustrated that I promised myself two years ago, I'll never read Arabic again. So since then, I've been reading a lot in my language. Now whether you can read a lot in your language or not, I'm not going to engage in that right now. That's This is not the time for that. But what I will tell you is that
leave people alone. If someone isn't native in the Arabic language, even the alcohol and jurists say that persons that read mistakes, do not necessitate repeating salt, even if it changes the meaning. What are the people who are saying, if someone has asked me, if they're not native to the Arabic language, you can find this without I can show them to you if you'd like. If someone is not native, their native language is not out of you. And they're reading to the best of their ability and even their reading causes a change in the meaning. Should they read like that? No, we're not talking about someone who has the ability and is being negligent and is making this mistake. What are we
talking about here?
Someone is trying their best, they're literally trying their best right now. Right? For example, like you know, the person's reading Allahumma salli, ala Muhammad, Muhammad, and instead of saying suddenly with a solid, properly named upset, Allahumma salli, ala Muhammad, that changes the meaning. Salah means to withdraw sorta lama scileanna, Mohammed means Oh Allah withdraw your sword against Muhammad Sallallahu sallam. Now, that doesn't mean because this guy can't pronounce saw properly that you tell them don't read solo anymore. You guys understand that? You have to understand, you encourage that person inshallah brother, let's work on it a little more, you know,
let's try to work on it together. And in particular, one, it's a new Muslim, take it a little easy. The 100 the puffs that a lot of some that always rings in my mind. And Zealand, NASA and as you know, treat a peep treat people according to their status according to their rank according to their ability. Similarly, when it comes to kids, don't don't treat kids like adults. And I'll come back to this issue.
When the kids are in a gathering, where the kids are praying salaah when you're training your kids to be more punctual in their Deen in their world in their practice was that in their fasting, or even in Hodge Actually, I just came back from HUD right now. But even
relax a little bit, take it a little easier on the know that at the end of the day, they are kids, give them some leeway. Let them make mistakes. You know, you don't necessarily have to wake up your seven year old kid for fighters a lot for him. If that's the time fighters, time starts, you know, maybe if it's if they're still beginners, if they're still learning, maybe the kids still six, seven years old is still getting into the habit of it. Let them pray for whenever they wake up before they go to school. You have to work with them. You have to have an open personality where you're willing to work with people as if you become like some kind of Grand Mufti of some country. And that's how
you treat everyone that you deal with that everything's black and white. The world just doesn't work like that. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you study his life and there were so there are so many examples of this. And in zielona, seminars, you know, home, free people, according to their abilities. I've seen parents unfortunately pushing their kids more than they have the ability. And those parents have asked me what are my thoughts and I tell them, you're doing them on your kid, this is too much. There was one mother who was having her child memorize the Quran, Mashallah, the father would wake up at 8am every day she had her child waking up at 4am every day.
The father is a Muslim, he's sleeping
in his bed. He's He's knocked out. Nothing. Nothing. She's telling me this, by the way. And she says I make my children wake up at what time 4am and she says I won't let them go to sleep until they've prayed their HSL HSL da that time was at 11 o'clock. So the kids praying at 11 o'clock. After that. She says I make my child which sort of walk the aisles to the side of the house. Look Baccarat on a rhombus. I don't know everything. She makes the childhood all these suitors by the time the kid goes to sleep. What time is it?
by the time you go sleep, it's 10 o'clock 10 3011 o'clock, and then you're making the kid wake up at 11 o'clock. He goes to a typical mother so the child goes to a typical mother. So are you studying
Six hours there. After that you make the key go to Kuma Allah protect every child on the road from kumaon. And then after that, in the evening, you're doing two hour revision session with a specialist staff. And then they have to stay awake until they shut up. This is boom. That's how I view it anyway. It's straight boom, that's too much. Would you do this much yourself?
Yes or no? What? What would you do this meant yourself?
Well, you got me there. He's like, well, the mother's doing it with the towel. So yeah, you're right. But we don't treat adults like this, generally speaking. So we have to be understanding when we push the kids was that
she's just imposing it. She's the manager, she's not playing. So what happens? Let me tell you what happens. When you don't treat people according to their abilities, and you push them more than they have the ability to deal with, they will end up turning away from the deal.
I'm not speaking about her child or that child in particular. But generally, we've dealt with these kids before and many of these kids end up presenting the Quran, because it was too hard on them. For those of us who think what I'm saying is absurd, sit with children who've memorized the Quran and ask them if they were to open their hearts up and tell you many of our health programs are too harsh on kids, which involves beating and verbal abuse and pushing them too much. This is all wrong. You know, the memorization of the Quran needs to be an easy, smooth process. It needs to be one where the child spiritually grows and they enjoy what they're doing. Allah subhanaw taala allow us to
implement these models. So the closing remarks I have on this particular hudy is actually a statement of Mr. Porter Rahmatullahi Ani, the famous Hadith and Professor of the Quran.
He says that this heavy teaches us that by doing a little a person can guarantee their place in gender as long as they stay away from major sins. That's what this is what he says. He says, however, if someone leaves sooner, and often, if a person doesn't engage in following the sooner the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam thinking to himself that the sooner isn't necessary, thinking little to halonen belittling The sooner the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
He says then the truth is he should know for in Gattaca Who the hell wouldn't be how whereas with an Anna Cara faster
than this person in the language of the jurist is considered a classic. An open center. Philosophers considered someone who sins openly or someone who repeatedly belittling the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam abandons it just doesn't care about it just ignores it altogether and does it repeatedly all the time is doing it right. He says the know that this is a mistake that you're making. However, if a person leaves a Sunnah because they're still trying to lock down their foot, they're still trying to get consistent with that or that they just don't have the ability maybe spiritually they're not there yet or they don't have the time to do it sometimes. There are
people who don't have time to create that always prayer in the month of Ramadan that's a thing that happens someone's working the double job triple job whatever the case is, they can create that always prayer Do we need to go and shame them that brother you're not praying said a prayer I saw you leave after farrakhan let the person pray as much as they need to. They came for a shout Salah. They prayed even to come to me. That's enough. There's no need for us to we should encourage people to do more but don't guilt trip them for not doing so. Mmm good to belong to LA Jani says
manchaca havalim Yama[???]a, minha, faqad fogata, Alana Heath awaba. and gentlemen, whoever misses out on following the sinner has missed out on a great opportunity for good deeds, a lot of reward Philip and gentlemen, like a lot of good reward that person has missed out on, and whoever skips suiting up because they think that cinema isn't necessary. And this is another problem that we have in our community is the other side of it, where people they've used and then what are they saying it's only similar. There was a generation that follow the center because it was only sooner. And now we have a generation that leaves us in that because it's only sooner. So that shouldn't be the
attitude either. You need to if I may summarize this heavy, right? If I may summarize this. How do you think to one point, it's covering the basics, maintaining consistency, finding your ability, and sticking to that you guys understand, find your place, what can you do?
get to those basics, maintain consistency, and develop good quality in that develop focus in your salon, in your car, in your fasting in your hudge develop focus and all these things try to be as sincere as you can.
As approximate along with some described in 100 as a son excellence. So we pray that Allah subhanahu wa tada makes us from the people of consistency. People love us to karma punctuality. Allah subhanho wa Taala allows us to make it become firm and strong on our Pillars of Islam, the basics of the Allah subhanho wa Taala allow us and our children to become those who are practicing the deen out of our own desire out of absolute sincerity. And that also caught on without also blesses us with black tidings agenda.
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