Hussain Kamani – 40 Ahadith of Imam An-Nawawi 18 – Farewell Advice

Hussain Kamani
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You're listening to the Calum podcast, the 40 Hadith of the Imam and nawawi as explained by Mufti Hussain Kamani, this seminal and foundational collection of Hadith has been described by many Islamic scholars as a prerequisite to serious Islamic learning. To further your study of Hadeeth and many other Islamic subjects, please check out the exclusive courses available at alum

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and hamdulillah 100 Allahu Akbar

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Casa manana Latina stafa Susana

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Milan via Allah Allah hilinski I was having

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my bad

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Today we are starting with Heidi 18

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and Abby Lovering, Jin dibny, Janata privilegiada we have the rock man, Javelin viola, Juan Houma. Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam call

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it tequila hi sama.

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Well as I say he has an attempt to

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bahala pin us behold in hustle rotimi diva Kala * Hassan of Ibadan Mr Hassan Simon

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this hadith is narrated by two companions

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a Buddha referred to as your loved one. And my other job rhodiola one.

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They narrate from the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who said,

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have fear or have Taqwa wherever you may be.

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And follow up a bad deed with a good deed which will wipe it out and behave well towards people. This Hadith is narrated by Allah Holly.

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As we generally do before we engage in the Hadith in its in its text itself, we discuss the narrator of the Hadith. And interestingly, this narration doesn't have one narrator rather than by no way too long, it is narrating it by referencing to Sahaba of the Prophet along with some, so I will briefly introduce them and then inshallah we'll get into the text itself. So the first narrator here is his hobby, who is more commonly known as the thought either the long one, his actual birth name, isn't known to many people, and even amongst the scholars is greatly disputed. Some scholars are of the opinion that his birth name is Braden. Some say his birth name was Janata.

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While the more common and most accepted opinion is that his actual name is Jean Luc even Janata and that's also the position of human level without the law, Holly, that's why we're introducing them. I'm gonna we're gonna have to learn how he said. And it'd be better in June Lupita junetta. He himself introduced him by gentle ImageRunner rhodiola one

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his mother's name is Rama bentyl waqia. And they're from Gen Z thought. I'll talk more about one of the five because the tribe is from actually has a very important place in the Arabian Peninsula and how they are the gateway one of the gateways one of the doors between the Arabs and their trade between the between the Arabs of Makkah and their trade route, the trade route to Sham Syria.

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But then, when they finally get along, one is one of the early companions to accept Islam about the Bible says that he is the fourth or fifth person to accept Islam. Most others hold the position that he was a fifth person number five, to accept Islam. Prior to accepting Islam, he was someone you wanted to do, he always had divine new unity, meaning he believed in the oneness of Allah subhana wa tada when I was a snob and he never worshipped any idols. Even though he was introducing a veteran he thought it would be a long one says before his Islamic days, the people of the fod are known for highway robbery, unfortunately. And eventually Finally, the last one also had his share of that two,

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kind of human Yes, sort of called Hodge. And these people prior to Islam, they were in La Jolla in days of ignorance. So for them, immorality was nothing and distinction distinguishing between right and wrong was also very difficult. So he was amongst the people, not only were they involved in highway robbery, but without further ado, your loved one was someone who actually stole directly from the pilgrims. And later on, this is going to come back at him. You know, when he will engage in discussion with other people of Mocambo karma. They stand to his face and tell him remain silent because we know your history.

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But one thing beautiful is that the people who say this to him are non Muslims because no Muslim Sahabi ever brings it up again. It was his past when he accepted Islam. We know the principle and Islam. We are the most

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On a couple of when a person accepts Islam, their slate is washed clean. They don't carry baggage that they had before Islam into Islam.

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if not most of the last one sharing the story of how he accepted Islam says that it reached a bootloader they find it to be a long one that a messenger is claiming Prophethood in my karma, karma, so he told his brother whose name was nice, he said to when a earcup illa hoverwatch eco Valley, go to my karma, karma and go and find out about this person. So his brother then came to Mocambo kenema he heard from people what they had to say about the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and then he returned back to a Buddha. And he said to him, that I have seen from this man right to who yet Moby MacArthur the macadam Allah helot, he invites people to good

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character was the two men who column and ma Hua Bishop, and I heard from him speech, that is not poetry, meaning this man is not a poem, not a poet. And another narration and as a medical Viola Anna started when a when a father of your loved one's brother when he when he says

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that the people in Mecca call him Shaka hintsa him. They call him by these derogatory names. What kind of lays out all that let's say mutal kahana t. amavi. Toma, who will be calling him waka waka waka to cola who Allah for Shari phalangeal Allah listen to him. And Allah He in the hola Sadiq Khan, we're in the home the caribou. So when Ace and another narration actually goes into more, and he says that people accuse him of being a fortune teller, they accused him of being a magician, they accuse him of being a poet. But he said I looked I heard his speech and I compared it against other fortune tellers that I had heard before, and there was no match at all. And he amazed himself as a

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poet. He said, Every time the problem comes in a lot of songs spoke, I took his language and I compared it to poetry. I put it on the wasn't of poetry and I tried to find a match, but I realized his speech and what he was conveying to people to put on. The revelation was beyond any poetry.

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I was I was I thought it'd be a long one. He says that after I heard this, I made an intention that I would go to Morocco myself, and listen to the Prophet sallallahu. It was to them firsthand

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for it, so whether he prepared himself until he arrived mocha, mocha Rama, when he arrived, he went to the mosque. He is looking for the Messenger of Allah, but he didn't know who Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was. And he himself says what Khadija is on who will lay for himself was worried to ask other people who has Mohammed because if he asked someone who was Mohammed, they would say, why are you here? And they will, he wouldn't be welcomed in Morocco anymore. So he said, I waited until evening, when night settled in I went and I lied down. I was lying in the hot I'm in the masjid. And that's when I needed the law. Juan came to me. And I knew that the law Juan said

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that you must be some foreign man visiting macam Why don't you come to my house? So he came to Alia Viola Juan's house, they spend the night together there in the morning, with a lot of it comes back to Photoshop to illustrate photography to Yomi Hata. And he said, I spent day two in the mustard waiting for the Prophet Muhammad. I didn't know who he was, and no one was there to tell me. Evening settled it. And again, he said, I went back to my lying down place in the mosque for Monrovia ali ali radiola. One passed by a second time. And he said, Amma Anna Lee Raja Ali from Angela, who it's time for the man to know his his position where he's here to stay, said, Come with me. So he took

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him home. And he spent the second night there the third day. Ali with your loved one asked him What's going on? Who are you? Where are you from? And what are you doing here?

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So it was that it was a Friday, he was not a Muslim at the time. He says, I'm willing to speak to you about why I'm here in an athlete and he hadn't won. We thought

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that you have to give me a promise. You won't tell anyone what I talked to you about, and you will guide me in my need.

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Earlier, the last one says No problem, I'll tell you. So he tells him that I'm here to search for the Messenger of Allah.

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Loved One was shocked because he was one of the four believers. He said, I know exactly who to take you to. He introduces them to the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he arrives there when you're the one that arrives there. Well, that was the folly of your loved one says well how yet Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam Islam for pulled to America Rasulullah I said I agree to the purpose of the law while he was sitting with the greeting of Islam and I said to him, peace be with you a messenger of Allah will better the quality of your loved one than says for quite a while and higher with Islam. I was the first person to say salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah in the history of

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this religion. I was the first person to say it. When the Prophet sallallaahu it was set him heard me saying that he responded back by saying Lottie could sit on. The Prophet asked Who are you? He said, logical means

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My name is Lisa I've come from the tribe have been without

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the prophets of Allah while he was sent and presented Islam to me I accepted Islam and the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to me go back to your tribe and teach them Islam. The prophet of Islam said, however, be careful because if the people of Makkah find out that you're a Muslim, they won't be kind to you. They're not nice to our people.

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Well, that was a Friday that their loved one said, we'll have enough CBD. So we tend to be have a another hard on him. I will go in the middle of maca. And I will out loud publicly announced my slab. And I want to see what they do to me. He did this they gave him a good beating. First of all, he was from Bologna, Florida. They didn't like those guys too much. And secondly, he was openly calling people towards Islam. It was about the uncle of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam, who came to his rescue, and saved him from that mob.

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The last one did it the second day did it the third day, until finally he left there and came back to us people. When he arrives back to his people, he immediately engages in what the prophet Muhammad said a lot of them told him to do, which was calling people towards Islam. He says follow up to nice, I met my brother Oh, nice. And I introduced him to Islam. His brother accepted Islam. And then he said, I presented Islam to my mother, my mother accepted Islam, and then presented it to the people of Lyford for us lemonis for whom half of them accepted Islam and the half that were Muslim can a woman whom he may have been roxa, that a companion, he accepted me he was to leave them

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in prayer or kindness, thank you to him. He was the leader. The other half the other half who didn't accept Islam. They said we will accept Islam, when your prophet isn't a more safe place and we find security in his religion, meaning they were waiting for the digital. And when the digital occurs, that's when they come to the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and this is the second time without if it meets the Prophet. The first time he met the Prophet was in Mecca. He then leaves him arrives 13 years later with the other half of his tribe, and he meets the prophets of Allah who it was sent him. There's an interesting story that in that verse narrates, he says that when the

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Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saw him 13 years later, he looked at him and said unto Abu, Allah, the prophet forgot his name. He said, Are you okay? Now I'm not the Prophet guest his name. He said Val, Buddha, a messenger of Allah, I am a believer. The Prophet said, Now I'm all about Yes, your name is a Buddha. And that's when the second tribe second half of the tribe accepted Islam.

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Buddhahood says that the value of your loved one did not participate in the Battle of others, but other than that, he participated in all the other great battles.

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His knowledge was great. He was a Mufti during the philosophy of workers to the for the law one on one of the law one and one of the law one as narrated by from the Hobbit.

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From amongst the students, our database will say it was a Friday evening Ibis, and it's been Malik Abraham are all great companions. They studied with him and they, and they learn from him and they also narrate from him.

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In one narration, well then, finally, the last one says that the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he had so much knowledge and all of that knowledge, everything, the prophets, that a lot of them would teach the people I was there to listen and I had absorbed it from the Prophet Muhammad said, allamani you sent him. In one narration, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, whoever wishes to see the Zohar that he saw a Salaam let him look at it without without anything alone one, whoever wants to see the simplicity, the absence of a solid son of the Prophet of Allah Jesus, let him go and look at a photo of your loved one.

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His piety was also second to none. He was alongside Amara de la one day on one of the alongwith arrived for the conquest of Bateson, lots of this which in which is in today, modern day Palestine. I will definitely follow the law one during the profits that along with son's life, many lands were conquered, and they fell into the into the borders of Islam. So the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam sent companions to different parts of the world to govern those regions. So that when they came to the prophet and said, O Messenger of Allah, give me an opportunity to also serve as a governor. So the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam said to him, in the kovai, you're weak,

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you're not for that position. We're in the heart of his union. When Adama 1011 Africa have you hugged her? What other lady aleafia and being in a position of leadership is disgracing? And as a form of regret, it will be regret for you, unless the person really fulfills this right. Why did the Prophet Mohammed allow it was something called him life? The reason why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam called him but he wasn't because physically he was weak. Obviously, he participated in many battles, alongside the Prophet Muhammad. But why the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam referred to this companion was because because he had very little tolerance for people who

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We're interested in living the life that was taught to him by the prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and the life taught to him by the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a life of simplicity, a life of poverty. There are so many narrations that will that will fit with your loved one says that I was with a prophet of Allah and he said, that those who have wealth and abundance in this world in the Hereafter, they will regret having so much wealth and they will desire they were from the poor people, because for every penny they have every shirt they own, every fragrance every perfume you own, every headphones that you have, every car you drive, anything you have in your

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possession, you will be accountable by law today, it's very easy to get away with it because our parents or spouses or siblings may not hold us accountable. We feel that we are above accountability, but in the hereafter Yeoman hisab is all about being held accountable. And that's where Allah subhana wa tada will hold us accountable.

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I was able to find a viola one he narrates and the Prophet said a lot while he was still him, he said the Messenger of Allah advised me, he commanded me of five things, oh suddenly becomes what were the five things the Prophet himself so I'm told him that be merciful to the poor people, and to sit in their company.

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The Prophet told me and our hamasaki What would you any song that I show mercy to those who are poor, and I stay in their company, will unload in our mentality, what are unreliable and filthy. And I keep my eyes focused on the one who is socially on also on the wealth beneath me in the dunya, someone who's beneath me, and not to look at the one above me because if you focus on the one who is more wealthier than you, someone who has a bigger home than you better car than you, faster car than you, then your mind will constantly be there that I have to catch up to that person. And their goal and vision in life will be How can I gain a higher position in this world? What we should do is flip

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it over when it comes to the matters of the hereafter when it comes to the matters of the hereafter. You look at those people who are above you,

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not those who are beneath you. So you have a higher goal to reach and there's something that you're running after. And he said the quote from Thomas Lawson told me, one LC law him that I joined ties with my family members. One a poodle haka in Ghana, moron that I would speak the truth, even if the truth was bitter, won a coup de la hawla wala quwata illa that I would repeatedly say that hola what our fourth 11 beautiful form of remembrance.

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Why don't we find out the low one one day speaking to his companions, he said, I will be from the people who will be sitting very close to the Messenger of Allah on the Day of Judgment. Someone said to him, that's a rich statement. How could you make that statement that you'll be so close to the Prophet of Allah on the day of judgment? He said for me, similar to who you are cool because I heard the Prophet of Allah saying, in October Khomeini modulation Maharaja Amina dunya Hey, it Hebei matar to Allah. The Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam spoke to his companions and said, the one closest to me on the day of judgment will be the one who meets me on the day of judgment in the very

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same fashion that I left him when I passed away. And without the quality of your loved one says I haven't changed a bit. These are the same clothes. This is the same man. Same marriage, same place, same machine, same passport, same place where I stand to pray, I haven't changed at all. We know a lot him I'm in Camilla. He said there isn't a single person from amongst you. But he has changed after the Romans fell to the feet of the Muslims and after Persian Empire was conquered everyone's lifestyle change. Everyone went from a Prius to Ferrari. He said me However, I'm still driving that Prius. I'm still living that simple life.

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There's a very interesting incident narrated by 11 Masuda. Viola, one of the Lebanese food says we were going for the Battle of the book. And when we were traveling for the battle, this is one of the last battles in the Prophet's life it was against the Romans and the Romans were no show.

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When the Muslims are traveling for the Battle of the book, they were in large numbers of very large numbers. And there were many people who didn't join most of the people who stayed behind in Medina it didn't and didn't join in the Battle of the book were hypocrites. So the companions would come and tell the Prophet of Allah O Messenger of Allah so and so person didn't join so and so person didn't join, and he's found the prophet in his mind would know that that person was a hypocrite. That's why that person stayed behind.

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Someone came in told the Prophet of Allah yada so the lot the Hala Buddha that Abu Dhabi didn't join he's in Medina he didn't join the battle he stayed behind

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up lobby he but you know, who and the reason why he didn't join is because it's animal felt slow and therefore he's behind.

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Now Meanwhile, without notice, it didn't want to stay behind from a battle in which he had intended to participate with a profit of a lump. So what did he do about matar Who was he was about Rasulullah sallallahu. It was telling him she he left his animal behind and started running behind the profit of a loss of a lot while he was sitting on his foot. Someone saw a person one another in football in the huddle Roger Rooney, MCR 31 person saw a man

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Walking in distance and he said, Oh, Mama's awesome. Someone is walking, we can see a guy who is crazy. He's carrying his baggage and he's walking on foot. So the problem is that a lot while he was set him said couldn't above that may be a Buddha. Because Buddha would do that kind of stuff, that kind of hardcore thing that was in his personality.

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For them to Amala, who found when the people looked very carefully to whoever La Jolla, Buddha, they said, a messenger of Allah that is above or just as you said, forgotten Rasulullah sallallahu it was said in the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, he became happy, smiled and said, Rahim, Allah Baba, em Shiva who were moved to other who worry about

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that, well, you asked that. He said, a Buddha, Allah have mercy be upon him. Today he's walking alone. Tomorrow when he dies, he'll be alone. And on the Day of Judgment, he'll be alone when he has resurrected, very unique, very different type of person. Scholars have actually collected the Hadith narrated by will that will fit into the Allah one. And if you read those collections, they're heart wrenching narrations, they'll tear your heart apart, they'll change your perspective, tear your heart apart, meaning they'll break your desires for worldly pleasures and really put you in a place of simplicity. Because those were the narrations here from the prophets of Allah Islam.

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He was later on in his life sent to Sham where he lived with maveo, the alone one. And during that period with Mahabharata, viola one, he would advise the people of Sham you have to understand in Sham in Syria at that time, they had the wealth, they had the wealth that was inherited, inherited and adopted from the Romans. So the Muslims that lived in short lived in very high standards. They were, you know, today you look at Sham in the news, Syria in the news, and he sees and rebels in the mess. But the truth is that city has one of the greatest histories from the cities of the world, the prophet of Allah, not once but many times even though he had only lather three times in his life,

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how many times in his life three times in his life, one time with a second time for the business on behalf of Khadija the third time in his salon manage three times he went there in his life. But he made so much Doha so much love for that city. A lot a shower has mercy upon the people of Sham.

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So well there was a Friday when he saw the people in Sham living it up the Muslims living it up there, he became very upset with them. And he would give them lectures and he would tell them, guys, this is wrong. You're not supposed to dress like this. You're not supposed to live the luxury. And he became in the eyes of the people kind of like the party pooper. Every time there was a big event happening about about show up and say this isn't permissible. You're not allowed to have so much wealth, because the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam advised obbligato give it a personal advice. He said to him that don't let a day pass by

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or an evening pass by but you have with you more than you need for that day, the extra money spend it otherwise that's called one levy in a second isn't available, we'll fill out a one and a half usabilla This is called hoarding wealth and hoarding wealth is not a good thing in Islam, he was taking a very hard line approach to what it means to hoard wealth. That isn't the overall opinion that's given by the scholars and that's why when the companions heard about this, they became upset because they said that people who are living luxurious lives the money they earned was through permitted means meaning these people were honest people they had given their as they fulfill their

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obligation on their wealth and now they wanted to spend on themselves. It was their choice, but we'll find out the other one came from a different perspective where he wanted people not to just live by what was halal, but he wanted them to live by what was the higher ground meaning a level of simplicity. Complaints came to us mana the old one. The old one had a recall from Sham to Medina, when he arrived in Medina is one of the law one septum qunar in the state with me and Medina. But

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we're about to realize that it wasn't only a sham that had progressed in its wealth. The same thing happened in Medina too. So he said la hija de freedonia come, I have no interest in Madina munawwara anymore because the Medina now is a very posh Medina, it's not the Medina that I knew. So he took permission and then he headed out to a place known as Rama. And that's where he moved there with his wife and he had a servant who also joined him there too. Well, that wasn't part of the law. One he would live there but he would come back from Medina as well. It's not like he was exiled from Medina, he would come back to Medina there are narrations in this regard. When of the amount of an

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alpha Viola one passed away. That's the hover didn't know what to do with his wealth because he left behind so much. And while they were sitting together and conversing on how to distribute his wealth appropriately, a Buddha was also there you'll find the narration so he would come back every now and then he would come back to Medina Managua and join in discussions and be a part of the community when the value of your loved one was passing away. His wife was by his bedside and she started crying in Morocco. He asked his wife Why are you crying? My you Kiki? She said I'm crying because there is no one here to bury you to be by your side and you were the great companion of the

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messengers that allowed it's an animal that was in the middle of nowhere and not only that lay settling the third one yes sir. Okay, Catherine, I don't even have enough Garmin to shroud you

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So we'll find out if your loved one said to her latke Don't cry. For I heard for I heard the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam one day addressing a group of companions and he said they are Mutambara gentlemen can be forgotten the shadow resolver to mean for kulu McAfee Gemma in one amiata Heidi. He said once I was with a group of companions and the Prophet pointed at us and said, One of you will die alone. And for his funeral a group of Muslims will be passing by who will take care of his funeral needs. And then we'll that'll the father of your loved one says everyone that was in that gathering has passed away, and they did not pass away alone. I'm the last one. So that howdy

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that statement of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam must be regarding me.

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About his wife stands on the side of the road and she's looking for anyone that's passing by. And it happens to be there's a caravan that's coming from Kufa and in that caravan, there is a hobby by the name of Abdullah bin was filled with your loved one.

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He sees this lady standing by the side he said What happened? She says that my husband's passing away. He says, who's your husband? She said, Well, that was I thought it would be a long one. First the Hello Mr. Rudin. Yep. t it was true that your loved one started crying excessively. And he said, the prophet Mohammed said that even masuka the long one says Southern todos de la Hina Khan Rahim Allah What about the young Shiva who were moved to Idaho where you bought Why don't even miss whether your loved one started crying and said, I still remember the day that we were going into book and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said allows mercy upon a Buddha. Today he's walking

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alone. tomorrow he'll pass away alone, and on the Day of Judgment, he will be resurrected alone to

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what's interesting is that he was totally alone. One led his den as a prayer. And then 10 days later he passed away in Medina, Manila. I'm loving the law one only lived for 10 days after that it was a Friday with your loved one passed away. 281 a hadith are narrated from

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I will then it will be probably gonna be a long one. That's one companion. The second companion who narrates this hadith is it's a hobby by the name of modern Java.

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Modern Java is an unsavoury companion.

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He's from the tribe of cousin Raj. He participated in the Battle of butter. He was amongst the 70 people who met the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from during the height season that arrived from Medina to take a lead and set his hands to take a pledge at his hands, who are known as the people who participated in the bailouts of Alcoa. He was one of those 70 people.

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His mother's name is hinge bin Sal.

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He is commonly known as a man.

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Some scholars they say

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that he was known as a blob, but we know that his name he was commonly known as above, man because he will never be himself when introducing him, refers to him as a man. When he accepted Islam, he was 18 years old.

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And he became a great scholar. So when he accepts Islam and the Prophet arrived from Medina munawwara he's in his late teens, but he spent so much time with the Prophet of Allah studying and learning he was a sponge he observed so much from the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saw potential in this young man so he invested in Him until the point that I'm loving mama says that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Hold on for an amine arbeiten that learn your foreign from for people in Madina munawwara

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from a beloved will obey even way right obey even a car Jebel in Salim the servant of felipa when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived in Madina, munawwara he paired each migrating companion with a resident of Madina, munawwara since modern Japan was a resident of Madina, munawwara the person who was paired with him, was up the live and was screwed over the last one. So you also see where that knowledge is coming from because he's paired with a fountain of knowledge, even as half says he was paired with Java, but have you thought it which is later on obviously, because Java never taught him arrives in Medina munawwara years later?

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His knowledge, as we know, one of the greatest, one of the greatest scholars more other than the gentleman was, Amara, viola Juan says that on the Day of Judgment, if I meet my Lord, and my Lord says to me, what did you leave behind in the oma How did you leave the nation behind? How did you leave the monastery laughter. May Allah Almighty Muhammad he said I will say I left behind was of no Java, the scholar level whom Bill hollywell haraam was the scholar who was most known for his knowledge in an in proficiency in the matters of jurisprudence.

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He had many great companions who study from him including Alma, Abner bus, Java, Mama, avasarala, balakrishna, and many others as well.

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There are many narrations narrated by

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There's one narration in particular that I wanted to share with you

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one day on one of the allow one was passing by Mazda Magellan. And Mazda Viola one was crying. So he asked him, Are you crying? Why are you in tears? some odd says, I was just thinking of something the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told me, so Omar said to him, share it with me. So he said, the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said

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even a little bit of showing off is a form of shirk. A little bit of ostentation is to make partners of the law because you're doing something not solely for his sake. And then he said, the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, the most beloved servants of Allah hug will be the Illa, Allah to Allah via the most beloved servants of Allah are those who are conscious of a lot and are hidden. What does that mean? Hidden alladhina de la da, da, da, da, da,

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da, da, da, da, da, da, da, he will miss la v. Illinois in Metro Hooda. Those people who are hitting What does that mean? People who are simple, quiet, they're not in front of the mic, not on the front of the people and not don't have millions of followers on Facebook and Twitter. People who if they're present, nobody even notices them. And if they're not there, and nobody even follows up with them. The problem is Lawson said and if you think about it, the prophet is describing people who are sincere. In our time, in our day and age, everyone always wants exposure. They want people to see them who they are, they want to be in the eyes of people. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam is saying that the true servants of Allah, those were tucked away. And I'm telling you, I've met people like this in my life. Some of the greatest men in my life who I've met, the most influential people don't have Facebook accounts believe that. They don't have Twitter, they're not interested in smartphones, people who I met in my life for Believe it or not, when I saw them, tears came into my eyes because I could see * on their face. These were people who the world won't even know their names. When they pass away. There'll be some students of knowledge standing at their grave, and that'll be the end of it. There'll be no mention of them in the news, no mention of them

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and gatherings because these are simple people. These are people in our day in our time, we only accept piety from people who are good speakers. Someone who's a good speaker is a pious person. Someone who has a big following someone is a passionate speaker is a pious person, when that's not the definition of piety, the Sahaba, the companions of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they were terrified of taking positions of leadership, because they knew they would be held accountable by Allah subhanho wa Taala. They tried to play their role from behind the scenes, there's nothing wrong with that there's actually a lot of pleasure in it. I will tell you this

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firsthand, that the hidden power of the dean you do that's hidden from the eyes of the people, the fruits it will bring will last you for the rest of your life. There's nothing wrong with being that person who passes up flyers at events, you might think it's useless. And you might think the useful form of charisma or serving the dean is to give a lecture in front of 1000s of people. That's not the only and it not only only but it's not necessarily a desirable method of dialogue, what's hidden what happens behind the scenes.

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Even though humanity's Salaam is an example of that a man who did so much behind the scenes, no camera crew, never faced by never fake neighbor, never Facebook lived in his entire life. No one ever tweeted about him. He never tweeted himself. He built the Kaaba, and as far as we know, that Kaaba was should have never been known by anyone because it was in the middle of mountains. in Mecca who goes to MCI nobody goes there by accident. If MCI wasn't a hot item, no human being would ever go to Saudi Arabia. That country is horrible, right? I hope this never reaches the wrong places. Otherwise, I'm going to lose my visa. I'm going to share my thoughts, man. The traffic is horrible

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there. The corruption is horrible there. The racism is horrible. There is a lot of problems in that place, right? The pollution is horrible there. But we hold our honor for that city and we all die to go there or crave to go there because of Macumba condamine Medina Manoa because of those cities, because the places that Prophet Muhammad Hassan went to and the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam never went to the Saudi Arabia who would go there. But really think about it.

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He was a companion who the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam loved very dearly and I want to share this narration with you guys very interesting. One day the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came to mouth.

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And he said to him,

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under what law he he said, The Prophet Muhammad said a lot of them said will lie in Nila buka, Yama, and in one narration, he said in Nilo hymnbook aphylla Yama, oh my god, I love you for the sake of Allah.

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If you look at the language use in this statement, it's very powerful. The problem homeless law some didn't say or handbook. But what does that mean? I love you serves a purpose. The Prophet he emphasizes that statement three layers will law he

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In me law, I swear by Allah indeed verily, I love you on live now this is not a passionate love this is a compassionate love like an older brother would have for his younger brother a teacher would have for his student. So even if your loved one when he hears this his natural responses under what law he should have loved which means me to a messenger a lot I love you a lot to him book filler. So the problem was that a lot of it was sent him said to him, let me teach you something. If you read this after every slot, it says if you fulfilled your part of loving me and the Prophet Muhammad said a lot of some teachers have a very particular interesting blog. I'll share that blog with you and

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hopefully with the intention that we all make a habit of reading this particular law after every Salaam inshallah,

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that the law he taught him was Allahumma niara, deca was sugar, deca was knee evatik. After every prayer, read the following while Oh Allah give me the strength assist me in remembering you, and being thankful to you and worshiping you in the most beautiful manner. This particular Hadid has an honor By the way, it has a very special place in Islamic tradition. Anyone know what the tradition what the uniqueness of this hadith is?

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this hadith is known as more subtle subtlety in a book.

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Every time a teacher teaches this hadith to his students, he says to him, I love you for the sake of Allah. So after every Salah, read the following, blah, blah, blah, the Allah Juan says when I heard this, how do you from the Prophet of Allah, he said to me, I love you. Oh my god. So after every prayer, read the following bla bla bla bla de la Juan student, a tsunami, he he says, that modern example one day approached me and he said, Well, he in his book football, I love you for the sake of Allah. So after every prayer, you must read and have the Rahman says that sinabi He who was more of a medieval student, when he narrated this to me, he said in his book, I love you for the sake of

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Allah. So say, a kebab. And Muslim says that my teacher of a man when he narrated the student to me, when he narrated This, to me, he said, I love you for the sake of Allah. So say, Hi adventuring says that when Akbar narrated this hadith to me, he said, I love you for the sake of Allah. So say, how come none of that says that when he narrated this hadith to me? He said, you know, the love that exists between you and I. So after every prayer, same

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attorney, she says that hukam said to me, I love you for the sake of Allah. So say, Hassan says that when I heard this hadith from a tunisie, he said to me, I love you for the sake of Allah. So say, even a bit dunya said that had been so a man said that when even linea narrated this hadith to me, he said, I love you for the sake of Allah, so say, even Chava and said that when I heard this, Have you forgiven Salima, and he said to me, I love you all for the sake of Allah hymnbook and for Hulu. So you should all say Mohammed bin Abdullah Kareem says when shatta and even Chava narrated this hadith to me, he said, I love you for the sake of Allah. So you should say after every prayer, a

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Salafi says that when Muhammad Abdul Karim narrated this hadith to me, he said to me, I love you for the sake of Allah. So after every prayer, you must say, and even McKee says that sylphy when he narrowed his heads to me, he said, I love you for the sake of Allah. So you will say, the movie says that when McKee narrated this idea to me, he said, I love you for the sake of a law. So you will say, Allah, Allah, he said, after when we narrated this hadith to me, he said, I love you for the sake of Allah. So after every prayer, you will say, a Muslim Hanafi says that when Allah He narrated this hadith to me, he said to me, I love you for the sake of a loss after every prayer you will say,

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and Hijazi says that imagine he said to us, I love you all for the sake of Allah. So after every prayer you will say, Imam gelada Dena UT Rahim Allah says

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that she has and Hijazi said I love you for the sake of Allah so say, alchemy says that geladas Ensuite, he said to me, I love you for the sake of Allah. So after every prayer you will say, and even Mohammed says that when alchemy narrated alchemy narrated this hadith to me, he said, I love you for the sake of Allah. So you will say Mohammed and Babel he says that when Ali's narrated this Hadeeth to me, he said, I love you for the sake of Allah so say, I'll probably set muscley and others in him that I love you all for the sake of Allah. And Natalie says the one I will tell her narrative and narrative this one he never heard of this Have you ever thought had he said I love you

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for the sake of Allah so say, and I will tell her said I will tell him when he narrated this honey through shot Well, you will love it then we are amatola era he said I love you for the sake of a law so you will see. And Charlotte as he says that when my father narrative is how do you talk to me? He said to me, I love you for the sake of a law so you will say shall Mohammed his heart says that when Sheldon as he is narrated this hadith to me, he said to me, I love you for the sake of Allah. So after every prayer, you will say, Shabbat honey and magenta. It says that when I heard this hadith from Sheikh Mohammed is half of the hallowee He said, I love you for the sake of Allah. So you will

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say, Shah, Mohammed, Chef Mohammed Casa Nanodegree, the founder of that little Dilbert, he says, When I heard this, how do you from Chicago

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alimony Oh my God. He said to me, I love you for the sake of a law. So you will say, my mother Hassan says, I want to hear this idea from my teacher, boss and a notary, he said to me, I love you for the sake of Allah. So you will say, she will say that money. He said that I heard from my teacher, my Muslim husband, that I love you for the sake of Allah. So you will say Sheikh Mohammed Abdullah Ahmed said he said, I heard from St. Ahmed money, saying to me, I love you for the sake of Allah. So after every prayer, you will read, shifter Brahim Raja said that I heard from Obaidullah military. I love you for the sake of Allah. So you will see, my dear beloved teacher, Shiva him Raja

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said to me, I love you for the sake of Allah. So after every prayer, you will read the following the law, Allahu Allah de kirika will surely go first name attic. And today in this gathering, I say to you all I love you all for the sake of Allah. So after every prayer, you will also say, Allah whom I need.

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Other deca wushu. critica were fascinated by the tick. This Hadith is called muscle cell in a book, every time you will teach this hadith. You will also tell your students that I love you for the sake of Allah. So after prayer, you will say aloha mine Niala deca? Well sure, Well, firstly, I

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mean, other than the javelin was sent by the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to Yemen. And there's a little history to this. The history to this is that there was a year in the prophets life known as the year of delegations, where delegates from across the Arabian lands came to Madina, munawwara to learn from the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they wanted to know what Islam was, what's this new religion. The Muslims had signed a treaty with the mccanns, which made them a political player, important political player. So they wanted to understand whether they agreed with the Muslim politics, whether they agreed with Islam or whether they didn't want to be a

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part and join the nation on the other hand,

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so a group of people came from Yemen.

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That group consisted of 40 priest, the 40, priest arrived in muddy arrived in Madina, munawwara and they said to the Prophet Muhammad, sallallahu alayhi wasallam. We challenge you to a public debate. The Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wasn't the type to engage in public debates. It wasn't his style. It wasn't something he did. And out of the very few times in his life, he had a public debate. This is one of those times

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that Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam said to them tomorrow, there will be a debate and it will be public, it will be in the mosque. The condition is I won't speak to 40 of you, only one of you will speak and that will be the person who will interact with the next day. The Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam came for the debate. And the Sahaba they describe it very clearly. They say he came to the mosque wearing what latonya Manya. He was wearing a Yemeni garment, something they were they would be familiar with wearing their clothes. And he came to the mosque. And you know, the people who say, anyway, I'm not going to get into it.

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No, I'm not going to. He went to a Should I just say it really quickly. 30 seconds. People will say this stuff like you can't wear American clothes, because it's haram somehow and you're imitating people and that's Haram. Please tell me why the Prophet is wearing Yemeni clothes when Yemen is not even Muslim yet, like, doesn't make any sense. That definition of imitating is a very faulty definition. But anyway, I can talk about this for a long time. I'm going to skip it. The Sahaba they say we know exactly which pillar he sat against, and exactly how they spoke. And it was interesting because they would pose an objection to the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and every time they

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would debate with him and pose a question to him, he would close his eyes lowered his head, sweat with perspire on his forehead, he would then open his eyes wipe his forehead, and what just happened?

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What he just happened. They weren't expecting it. And he starts responding to them with verses of the Quran and a great portion of suta Allah and Ron was revealed in response to this debate that happened with these priests.

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So after this incident, the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam sent different messengers to go to Yemen and teach Islam there. Khalid bin Walid was sent there. He wasn't too successful in teaching Islam. Allah Allah one was sent there. It was the last one had a really tough time in Yemen, the people of people in Yemen drove him nuts. Actually, they didn't treat him as authority didn't respect him. They were very disrespectful to him. And it was while he was in Yemen that the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam announced that he was going to perform his farewell Hutch. When the Prophet went for his farewell * Ali was not with him. Where was the last one?

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In Yemen. I told you guys this before whenever you whenever I say farewell hudge what kind of timeline should pop in your mind 90 days until the Prophet passes away. Because after the farewell Hydra, the profit was only alive for how many days, three months, 90 days, which ends on the 12th of the ledger. He passed away 12 of our 90 days later, he passed away roughly more or less. So more or less

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Jebel sorry. When the Prophet came for high tea came from North to Makkah. I live with your loved one came for Hydra. Which direction did he come from? He came from south. They meet in Mecca. The Prophet asked him, How are things in Yemen? What is he saying?

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Oh, it's a headache. These guys are a mess. These guys are giving me a headache. They're giving me really a hard time. And they're not respecting me. They're not treating me as authority.

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So the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam became very upset. He gathered everyone together, not only the Yemenis, everyone because the Prophet style wasn't to call people out. He didn't do that. He would gather people together gather, give a general message and whoever needed to understand what know that that message was directed towards you. So the Prophet gathered everyone together and he made a statement. This statement, by the way, is the most misquoted statement of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam of all times.

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The statement that he made then, is the one statement that the problem has blossomed that's misquoted. I've never seen a statement of his misquoted more than this statement. What statement is that? The Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said manku Mola, hufa Legion, Mona, the Hadith is authentic. The Prophet said, Whoever treats me as their leader will also treat your loved one as their leader. What's the context of this hadith? The Prophet is upset that they just disrespected audio the alarm when he just met audio, the last one after months, the Yemeni people are in front of him. So he's calling them ostrich of their face. He's saying to them that if you're

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going to disrespect my messenger, then whoever you disrespected, has disrespected me. Now a group of people took the statement and they said this means either the last one was supposed to be honeypot for the Prophet Muhammad said a lot of someone passed away, which is very big, because the Prophet made similar statements regarding many other messengers he sent. And conveniently, those narrations are a minute regardless. Now, after the height is over, the Prophet asked Ali, what do you want to do? Do you want to go back to Yemen, he said a messenger of Allah I'm not interested in going back to Yemen, I want to come back to Medina. The Prophet brings him back to Medina another prophet

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Muhammad said a lot of stuff needs to send someone to Yemen. This time by the way, the prophet doesn't send one person he sends multiple companions. People think he only sent one that's not true. He sent multiple companions, but one of the earlier companions he sent from the batch of multiple companions that are going to follow his this companion while the mudjimba the Prophet Muhammad said a lot is that um, he told me to get ready while I got ready, they met in the mosque, they prayed together. It was a prophet said a lot of times habit that he would walk the messengers to the outskirts of Medina himself and give final advice. While they were walking out of Madina, munawwara

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the Prophet Muhammad said aloud is some said, gay photography in Arabic cover one. How will you? How will you judge between two people if someone brings an issue to you? He said alcovy Viki tabula I will use the Quran to answer the Prophet said, unlimited fee. What if you don't find it? He didn't say what if the answer is not in the Quran? What are the prophets say? But if you don't find it, is that possible? Yes. So he said, probably sooner or soon I will then find the answer in the messenger in the life of the messengers that allowed them. The problem is that what if you don't find it there? What do people ask you about Instagram, Snapchat? What if it's not there? What are they

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asking you about modern day Finance? These are complicated issues. Modern day medicine, complicated issues, again.

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Complicated meaning they're new issues, dynamic issues, issues that are growing, not that there weren't complicated issues at the prophets time.

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So then he said, O Messenger of Allah, I will use my intellect. I've said he will be wrong, he will do I will use my intellect and I will find an answer and I won't fail you. That's the salesman that you love the most. Who tells you what, don't worry about it. I promise you I'm trained. I will get your product out the door. Leave that to me. You don't worry about anything else. You go to sleep. He's saying I mentioned him a lot you relax. You don't worry about Yemen, leave Yemen with me. All these years I've been with you I've been studying with you. Got this. So the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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for horrible slavery. What did the Prophet do? kind of hit him on the chest?

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We'll call Alhamdulillah. Hillary what Fatah Rasulullah Rasulullah the Prophet Muhammad Salah Some said All Praise to Allah hit him on the chest meaning out of joy. You know how you give someone a little punch a little thump out of excitement? There were boys right? buddies. So the Prophet said I've come to the level of Rasulullah or praise to the Allah to Allah, who guided the messenger of the Messenger of Allah with the thought process that pleases the Messenger of Allah. This Hadith by the way is the Hadith they teach to anyone who studied

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or if you studied any at all, this is nice to hear so many times that at some point, you're like, oh, Allah, again. The honey thing was not that it's an annoying narration is a very beautiful narration. It's actually most beautiful, but you hear it so many times as a student of

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more than a jumble of your loved one. He then says I was getting ready for my journey. And my hubby narrates it, he says that

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whatever you see he or modern rakibul Rasulullah Yoshi. He said I was on my animal writing and the Prophet Muhammad said a lot of sermons by myself.

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And he was holding my animal and walking on the side I was on the animal the Prophet Muhammad was on the ground walking. He said after that the Prophet I noticed the prophets that a lot of cinemas crying so he said I got off my animal I said O Messenger of Allah Why are you crying? Why are you kicked out of cinema so the Prophet said yeah MA in the Casa a little corny but um he had a word Allah and Tamara MSG de la comedy. That is very possible the next time you come back to Medina you and I won't meet again. You will come back to my mosque and you will find my grave next to it. Fabrica Wah, wah, the majority a lot one cried and cried and cried and cried. And he said, O

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Messenger of Allah, if this is our final meeting, then give me one last advice give me farewell advice.

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And the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam then told them then they raided this

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villa hypermarket, wherever you are in the world know your Ulla is with you at the barista yet in Hudson at a time haha if you ever slip up in life and make a mistake, follow it up with a good deed harlot in the whole of Manhattan and interact and socialize with people with the most beautiful the most beautiful character. I'll come to the HUD youth in a moment. I just want to finish off the biography of Mohammed agenda. maga Jamila Viola one later on was appointed by Amara Viola one as a leader in Sham

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after the passing

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of a wave of elevated moussaka Viola one was the leader of Sham

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appointed by Omar Viola one of the allowing demoted economy bullied and appointed aboard by the majority along one way the Majora de la one passed away in the our own, um, was, um was is a place between Ramallah and Beijing Methodist it's in Sham, right? So he passed away there and this thought rune is like a plague. And it was a very nasty plague many, many, many, many Sahaba passed away, including Abu Zubaydah, when I will wait on the record your loved one passed away. Modern gentlemen was appointed there. Now Almighty Allah one appointed,

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appointed a quarantine policy. What was that? Anyone in Sham can't leave. And those that are outside Sham cannot go inside, including one of your loved one himself. The plague started when he was passing by himself and he said, I'm not going to enter. And someone said to him, Are you afraid of death? He said, I'm not stupid. I mean, this one has the words but he said yours because they accused him they said to him, you're running away from death from the father of Allah. He said, I'm not running away from the father of Allah, I'm running to the content of Allah. I'm running to what Allah has destined for me. That's for me to be in Medina and run and rule people. I'm not going to

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walk into death when there's a plague and people are dying by the 10s of 1000s.

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I've been asked that a lot. One, he addressed the people and he said in the habit of thought only registered for federal men who fill Odia. He said to the people that this plague is a is an impurity, it's an illness run away from it. So shut up, be bandhasana he heard this and he became very upset. He publicly announced that he announced the publicly announced and spoke to the people he said cypresswood Allah I was a companion of the messengers that allows him to happinesses what I can know who Rama tobecome This is no disease or illness. It's a disease. We accept that but it's not punishment, it's the mercy of your Lord. You know, it's an opportunity for you to wash yourself

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under sin, it's an opportunity for you to leave this world and its misery. If Allah has risked death for you, then death will come regardless of whether it's through a plague, or whether it's through some you falling down some some staircase, if Allah has written that for you, then it's going to happen.

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He then said to the people without whenever you come, we're far too solid in the tableau community say this is a punishment from Allah. And what about all the other pious Sahaba? Who died from this very same plague? How are you going to explain that? So modern Japan when he heard this, he said, Allahu Machado, Siva le Mas, an offer. He said, Oh Allah, if this is the mercy, then let my family benefit from this merci format, it's even better

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to have his daughters and passed away from that plague. Well, during the evening, who Abdul Rahman, His Son of God, man.

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He also was played. And he asked him, I'd asked him, How are you feeling? So his son said, I'll hakama Rebecca karateka minimum 13 what I'm facing was destined by Allah. It's the truth from Allah, nothing to doubt nothing to worry about. And then he said, set the genie insha Allah homina, suavity, and oh, my father, you will find me to be a patient son. will totally numb was the coffee. And then while the loved one also experienced the illness from the plague, flagella, you kalibo her the illness, the rash came onto his hand on his palm, sorry, Kathy's poem, he would turn in and look at it again and again, and he would say to the rash on his arm, he hugged ilium and Hamada neon,

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that this rash is more beloved to me than someone giving me red

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camels because the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says a person who dies in a plague is also he's a Shaheed he's a martyr. And instead of that's what if that's what it is if this illness is going to kill me, yeah, I'll be, oh my lord, I am pleased.

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He passed away in the year 28 after he died at the age of 32.

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So this hadith of

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that we're reading right now that's narrated by both of without the body and while the majestic. What's interesting about this narration is that each Sahabi narrates his story of how this was a farewell advice the Prophet gave him. And it's possible this incident happened twice. The Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam. One farewell advice from Abu Dhabi One was that when he met the Prophet the first time and then left him for 13 years, when he accepted Islam, he was number five to accept Islam. So when he was leaving the Prophet, the prophet gave this advice to him. And we learned this

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you can find narrations remember zodra Hookes law linear it's Sorry, I'm not even I'm not even bizarre.

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I don't have that I don't have the reference for the validity of it or the law of one's narration. I missed it. But regardless, that's when it occurred. And the other and the second is what was an agenda he says, I was partying the Prophet Muhammad said along while they were sort of and the Prophet said along while he was sent him then gave this advice to me when I was going to Yemen and this narration is quoted by Abdullah and is some heat from nsmen, Malika Viola one bath and he said a lot of slavery now Yemen and for Alia, ma tequila, that'd be mindful of the law wherever you go. Now, let's come down to the actual Hadith itself pretty quickly. I know we have little time, so I'll

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breeze through the Hadith. A lot of it's self explanatory, but it's very deep. I want you to just focus on the words. The Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says to him,

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be mindful of a law wherever you are. And if I can extend that not only wherever you are, whenever you are, whoever you are, be mindful that Allah is with you. You can ignore the presence of a law but you can reject its reality. The reality is that whether you are in business, whether you're in a market, whether you're shopping with your friends, or whether you're on holiday, your ally is with you. That's why a true state of faith is when you live your life in a mode that you understand that your Lord is constantly watching you and Tabitha lojack and Nakata hope

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that you see your Lord and as you can imagine that reality that your Lord is present with you. Well, who am I complaining, I am a quantum. If you can drill that reality into your brain that your Lord is with you at all times. then know that he is always still with you anyway. It's your choice you can you can either accept it or be in denial of it.

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Your food will not offer either T or Marley water quality of the Roma stepfather. The poet says, the man says I need my benefit. I need my wealth. But there is nothing that will benefit you more than the consciousness of Allah subhanho wa Tada. Hospital Boston adversity was asked What does stucco mean? He said taqwa means to be fearful of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And to avoid anything that Allah subhanho wa Taala has prohibited and looked upon it the PO Muharram Allahu Allah him though mosteiro de la him. They stay away from the Haram and they do what Allah subhana wa tada has obligated. Omar Abdullah he says Lisa taco Allah bc I'm in the hardware laboratory. I'm Elaine welteroth watervliet

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faema, Veena Malik, Willa kina, taka taka Mahara Allah wa Taala from a loser about radical Hayden for who were hired on ilahi he said taqwa isn't fasting all day and standing up all night and prayer starts at you first of all, staying away from hot on what's prohibited and doing what you're told to do. then beyond that, whatever good you do fasting and standing at night then that's like multiple knots adding and adding and adding.

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Allah says in the Quran familiar with karlova Ratan Hydra Yama Yama with polyurethane sobre taco comes from the Arabic word Allah with the roots it connects to Allah with higher What does that mean? Anyone know?

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What does that mean?

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protection Yeah, very good to stay away. We will call up retired and from who are working that's the morphological

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tenses that are used for this verb for the noun will call up we fired and for who are watching the command of

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staying away. It's the we read this all the time in La Romana attina for dunya Hassan, Hassan Allah be cleaner cleaner means save us clean na T is a command actually. Well, t na, na na. So what one needs to stay away one time I'm going to be alone when asked another companion. What is the club? He said you want to know what book was imagine there's a thorn. There are thorns all through a pathway and that pathway is very narrow and you have to cross it. You're driving on a highway and there are things on

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The highway some from someone's truck in front things fell out when you're driving how are you going to drive

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quantizers you guys quite weapon, how are you going to drive

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very slowly, cautiously, making sure your windshield wipers on so you can see everything in case it's raining. You're not going to sit there with your headset in looking in the back fist pumping your buddies, Hey, I got this. Because if you do that, the next time you're going to be seen as in the graveyard, you're not going to last. So shavon has placed so many thorns in your path of life. If you think you can somehow just surf through this very complicated path trap of shavon as an amateur you're gonna fall hard. So that's what the one means to be conscious to be careful. There are many the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself used to make dua to Allah

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Allahumma me so local Buddha what Taka Allah give me taqwa. It was one of his was asking a lot for consciousness.

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That was starts by leaving since that's why it been locked as says Khalid Luba Selena, her work Chavira, her dad took on leave sins the greater and the minor all God fearing person. What's the not commotion phone calls out of the shoki Yeah, the majura and walk on their walk like the one who walks on a path full of thorns. He's very careful of what he sees. Making sure he's vigilant that they're unnecessary rotten in LG, Bella min and Hassan don't think little of small sins because even mountains are made of pebbles.

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There are many benefits of Sokoloff. A person can develop this in them staying away from hot or engaging in good just to share a few with you very quickly. A person who develops taqwa consciousness of Allah will be granted protection from the enemy. For Allah says in Surah Al Imran 121, zero water Taku la eurocom K to Shia. If a person is has taqwa and is conscious of Allah, Allah will help that person as Allah says in a nutshell 128 in Allah Malvina taco and as Allah says in 194, bacara, Allahu Allahu Allah Allah,

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Allah subhanho wa Taala will save you from difficulty, as Allah subhanho wa Taala says in the Quran, or many tequila Allahu Maharaja surah Torah is number two and three. And Allah subhanho wa Taala will provide headers for the one for the one who has taught law school in high school is the one who, who has taqwa Allah will guide him to good deeds. It's the law kulu Poland serie de la Kamala Khan, as we learn from verse number 70 and 71 a lot will forgive that person's sin, sort of 71 again we are Phil accumsan overcome a lower grant that person knew divine light to guide them in this role in the Hereafter, as we learned from verse number 28, it's sort of Hadid, it took law I mean, surely

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you can give him a rahmati wedge Allah come neuron comm Shinobi here we are thrilled, Allah subhanahu wa tada will give you his love if you are conscious of him, as Allah says in sort of Toba, verse number four in the law, you have been a level of honor that person as Allah says in verse number 13 have some sort of hardrock in economical, Mengele he

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korakuen. Allah subhanho wa Taala will give you honor and joy at the time of death, as Allah subhanho wa Taala says in Surah, Yunus 63 and 64 and Latina Amanullah Khan with the horn lahoma Lucia Raphael hayati, dunya, phylloxera, Allah will protect that person from the punishment of the Fire of *, as Allah says in Surah magium 72, so Manila geologica taco and Allah says in Surah, les in 17 will say Eugen noble, Allah subhanho wa Taala will give that person eternity in paradise as a surah Allah and Ron verse number 133. Allah subhana wa tada says, We're a team. That paradise was made for people of taqwa. But as overdue for in taqwa. So if you're looking for provisions for

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this journey of life, build your provisions with consciousness of Allah. Someone can ask how can I build consciousness of a law? First and foremost, find people who are conscious of a law and take their company. Secondly, stay away from harm. Thirdly, do what Allah has told you from obligations. Fourthly, be very vigilant and careful of the traps of shaytaan because that's all he's waiting to do. He will find a way to trip you. And you being aware of the traps of shape on and Cognizant and conscious of those traps is what's going to get you out of those traps. The second part of the Hadith the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says that every human being is going to make

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a mistake, even if you're conscious of a lot. The last person who walked on this earth who didn't make a mistake was a prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, beyond that every human being no matter how long their beard is, or how beautiful their phobia is, or how long their children

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They will make mistakes. And if you're going to make a mistake, the Prophet Muhammad said a lot of stuff tells us how to deal with it. Well, to be sad, I still have to follow up a sin with a good deed. Somehow it'll erase it, if you do something that do a good deed right after that. So what does this mean? Along with the law here it says, For CML mala he you can see Ruby simile Quran. For example, you listen to something, how long how you deal with that sin is listened to Koran right away. By listening using those sins for good. You started using those ears for good, that'll find that'll serve as an explanation for using those ears in a bad way. He said, You sat in a gathering

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of immorality and appropriateness go sit in a gathering of that'll wash your heart. You go to work every day, you're with people who are lying, cheating, go to school, every day, people are dressing appropriately going to gym everyday people aren't dressing appropriately, come to the machines every day, even for a few moments. Just give yourself that dosage. He says no matter where you are, these will be the heat. Because if you wish to cure an illness, you have to find the opposite of it first. And that's where you'll find the cure of it.

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Now the scholars differ in opinion on if a person does a good deed, will it wipe away the sin or not?

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is that it's a loose blanket statement or is there more detail to this? Let's say for example, someone kills another person and then he goes and prays to Dhaka in the masjid. He runs to the machines and prays to Dhaka. Well, that explains the sin of murder. Yes or no? Absolutely not. Why is that because there's two problems. first problem is you didn't just commit a sin you violated someone else's right. And in Islam, if you violate someone's right, you can pray all you want to, you can die on the battlefield as far as we care, your sin is not forgiven until that person forgives you himself. And on the Day of Judgment, Allah subhana wa, tada will compensate that person

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for your aggression, by taking your deeds and giving it to that person taking your good deeds and compensating that person. That's the first thing so get your mind clear on that. Now, the second thing is, there's a big debate amongst the scholars that 10 good deeds expiate minor and major sins. So the scholars are an agreement that minor sins can be created through good deeds. Let's say for example, someone commits a minor sin.

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Right? Now you do something good. Like you come to prayer. For example, you give us a cop, for example, you get some stuff off, for example, that that

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good deed of yours will wipe away that minor sin. However, when a person commits a major sin, the only way for forgiveness is to ask Allah for forgiveness. And asking for Allah for repentance in Islam is not some lengthy process where you have to go take a bath, in a place of worship, or you need to go and confess to a person, or you need to travel on pilgrimage from one part of the world to another part of the world or 50 squats or go by 10 Bar 10s, you know, 10 bars, or whatever it is, and give that in charity. All you have to do is turn to your heart sincerely say yeah, I'm sorry, I won't do it again. It's a matter of a second, you could have done it right now. You don't have to be

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anywhere special. You don't have to dress in a special way. You don't have to be in a state of purity, nothing. All you have to do is from your heart say Allah. I'm sorry, I committed the mistake of trying my best not to do it again. I'm not going to do it again. As long as you do that, inshallah. nosies your repentance is accepted by Allah subhanahu wa Tada.

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And the last thing that Heidi told us, be people have good character develop good character yourself. That's why the lies would say, Ali kabil Hulk mal Hulk, that when you are with the creation of a law show your good show your good character. The problem homicide along with a was somewhat asked a lot for good character, he would look at himself in the mirror or in water, look at his reflection. And he would say Allahu mahkamah has sent the healthy for us unhealthy, fast, unhealthy, or will law just as you've made my appearance beautiful, make my character beautiful as well. The Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in one narration, that indeed a person

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reaches the higher ranks of those who fast during the day and stand during the night simply by showing good character. Be people of good character. We've talked about good character Enough already. So I won't bring up a whole lengthy discussion again. But what I will remind you, is that good developing good character requires a little internal reflection. You can't believe your character is good and then expect yourself to improve. You have to accept I have flaws. Do you get angry quickly? Do you find yourself getting physically abusive when you get angry? Do you punch choke? Push the other person when you get angry? Do you find yourself saying things really abusive

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when you get angry? Do you find yourself always wanting to serve yourself and forget the rest of the world? Do you find yourself someone who's angry all the time? You know, like he's really grumpy. And if you don't know go and ask your parents go and ask your siblings go and ask your roommates go and ask your friends. Hey, my grumpy and if they say you're grumpy, don't say no, you don't know me. Don't say that. Except it. The chances are that you're

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Scrooge, and you got to work on it. until there's no acceptance, there is no change at all. That's why midazolam said, Omar but you have to consider his Olive doulci a party highness after that, oh valid, you repeatedly made the same mistake your entire life. You kept cleaning the mirror while your face was actually dirty. He thought by cleaning the mirror somehow your face would get clean. By talking about good character your character would become good. You can't point out faults and people without first of all accepting your own flaws your own faults.

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Hosting to get that is a new idiom which is somehow Jacques believes a dedicated Muslim man which I embody in yourself the light of good character that even if the devil himself or to see you, he'd want to become a believer. That's what kind of character Hoda co personality Sati Callum ECA, Lena de Hadees avant garde did not wish for you to be harsh in your speech. That's why he didn't give a bone in your tongue.

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A lot. Give you a soft limb, be soft with it, be kind with it. Be good to people develop good character. What you can accomplish through good character is much more than you can accomplish through your knowledge. It's much more than you can accomplish through your parents, the people of good character, such a beautiful narration so much to talk about, but we'll close off by making a lot of a law that he makes us the people of taqwa a law makes us the people who repent to him in times of our mistakes. And Allah subhanho wa Taala makes us from his beloved's blesses us for good character, and makes us true representatives and true living embodiments of the teachings of Islam.

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Well said a lot while I see them Hammad saramonic

On the authority of Abu Dharr Jundub ibn Junadah, and Abu Abdur-Rahman Muadh bin Jabal (may Allah be pleased with him), that the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said:
Have taqwa (fear) of Allah wherever you may be, and follow up a bad deed with a good deed which will wipe it out, and behave well towards the people. It was related by at-Tirmidhi, who said it was a hasan (good) hadeeth, and in some copies it is stated to be a hasan saheeh hadeeth.

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