40 Ahadith of Imam An-Nawawi 13 – Putting Others First

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On the authority of Abu Hamzah Anas bin Malik (r) the servant of the Messenger of Allah (s) that the Prophet (s) said:
None of you [truly] believes until he loves for his brother that which he loves for himself.
Bukhari & Muslim

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The Prophet sallamaal emphasized the importance of giving everyone the opportunity to pay off debts and avoid negative comments on others. They also emphasized the need for personal growth and development, including stories of legends and narratives. The importance of storytelling in writing is emphasized, along with the need for considering personal growth and development.

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Hello Hello Hema kondalilla

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Allahu Akbar was Robin Allah.

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Milan via le Hill Ischia was harbor hill at the AMA bath.

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Today inshallah we will start with Hadith from a 13

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b Hamza

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and assembly Malik in rhodiola one, Hardiman dvsa Allahu alayhi wa sallam, and in the visit Allahu alayhi wa sallam con la umino hadoken Hata a fee my holiness II FC urahara Muslim.

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This Hadith is narrated by Abu Hamza

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bin Malik Allahu anhu was the hardened the servant of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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he narrates from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who said, one of you cannot be a complete believer, until he lost for his brother what he loves for himself. The Hadith is narrated by Mr. Bahari ontologically and also by Muslim law with law Holly.

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Previously, we discussed that how in the law Holly has structured this book. He starts off by talking about the fundamentals, talks about the importance of intention, the Pillars of Islam, how do you think God, then he brings some very important primary discussions about innovation, Islam, understanding the concept of hell and haram and so on. And now even though we're gonna have to learn how it is reading those ahaadeeth that relate to perfection in character, because after establishing a foundation, there is a need for us to focus on developing our character, how we deliver that Deen to other people will be ultimately through our character, how we interact with others.

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So this hadith he brings is by Abu Hamza, and it's been Malika de la one.

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He is a companion of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam known as an Imam and Mufti a mockery of Hadith. The Imam, the Mufti the jurist of his time, he scholar of hadith of his time, the one known for being the hardened the servant of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Some while introducing him have mentioned that Pharaoh Sahaba, he Moten that he was the last companion to pass away. This isn't factual. He is the last Companion of the Prophet sallallahu. It was set him to pass away from one angle, but from another angle he isn't and I'll talk more about this later on while I'm talking about explaining who and has been medically along one is.

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He was someone very close to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He says in one narration that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam one day called upon me, and he said to me, yeah, that was the main Oh, the one with two ears. The reason why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam called him by this title or the one of two years was to highlight how he was someone that was always all ears for the prophets of Allah holiday was sent him anytime the Prophet sallallahu it was said and needed anything he was there present, without asking any question being there to fulfill that need of the prophets of Allah ohana he was said

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he was he was born 10 years before migration, which means by the time the Prophet said a long while he was seven passes away. He's roughly 20 years old. According to one narration at his family, your loved one says that when the prophets of Allah Hadi was sort of arrived to Medina when he was eight years old. In another narration, it is stated that he was nine years old, but the more common narration is he was 10 years old. So he was somewhere between eight 910 years old when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam arrives in Madina munawwara

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his mother is a known companion his father left his mother because he decided not to be a Muslim. His mother accepted Islam and then remarried to avatar hard on Saudi Arabia long one. Because of his Deen and how he was a religious person. I will tell he actually decided to accept Islam because of his interest in marrying and it's been medical your loved ones mother. And it's been Monica their loved ones mother plays a key role in making unasyn medic into who he is. That very important person to the process that allowed he was not a part of that inner circle of the Prophet's life and husband Maddox mother plays that pivotal role for making this happen to bring you this into existence. So

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who was she?

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She was commonly known as insulin. This was a name she commonly went by

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Scholars differ in her actual birth being a mama MLSP ohanian writes in his model for the Sahaba, who slave in Tamil Han, who is Maha Malaika. He says that her name was Monica. While other scholars they say her name was Rumi saw. And others say her name was Mesa. regard this she is a famous companion who narrates Hadith as well from the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. And

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she is known by her kunia own Selene

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own slave and her husband, I will tell her and siding are very close to the office that a lot holiday was set up. And that has been magical. The last one is also very close to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So it's not just one person, it's not just a single man's effort. It's a whole family effort. All of them see and realize the importance of companionship with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, if one person in the family feels the need to spiritually grow, that generally isn't enough. I mean, it's good, it can get you far. But if the whole family is on the same page, then it brings a whole new flavor. And that's when medical your loved ones mother almost

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name is so close to the process of allowing them. I will throw hot on Saturday, the last one was known for his generosity. And it's closest to the promised little audience that I'll make reference to each of them multiple times today, and I'm going to share narrations and incidents regarding them and their generosity and how they were key figures. And then you have an assessment of your loved one. And because these people were so close to the province that along on a was set up, these three people in particular were so close, the province that aloha day was set them gave extra attention to this family. There's a famous narration that one day at a spin Malik or the last one, he came to the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam instead of messenger of Allah. I have a young brother, who's been very sad lately. little depressed. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said What happened? He said our messenger of Allah, his bird passed away, young kid who was connected to his bird, you can imagine how emotional he must have been.

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So the problem is that a lot of it was sort of said, It's okay, we'll go visit him. Now, this is this, in itself shows the humbleness of the purpose of a long line, he was sort of, he has a million things going on from Revelation, which is the, you know, his ultimate responsibility, ultimate honor, to all the way of managing Madina, munawwara dealing with the hypocrites dealing with the Jewish community in Medina, who were causing a lot of problems in the markets and betrayal and dealing with the threats from McAfee and all sorts of issues. But the Prophet said a lot of it was sort of goes to this young kid who sits next to him. And he says to him, yeah, about my family. And

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the statement of the purpose of the law, how it was set up is so interesting, so beautiful, I can talk about it in detail, but we'll leave that for another time. The impact of the statement, the rhyming method of the prophets that allow on instead of calling them are made of this young kid treating him as an adult, it brings a smile to the kid's face, and he, it helps him get over this, this calamity in life, this death that he's experiencing.

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Now, the purpose of the long wedding was sort of gives this young child that special moment. And imagine how much this child cares that having that moment in his life that the prophets of aloha day was sent him was giving him personal time, sitting next to him, cheering him up. The interesting thing is that this child actually didn't live long. He passed away at a young age. And there's a narration regarding his passing away, that I will tell Harlan Sati and domicilium they had a child who was very sick.

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And it will tell him and his mother and his wife had given so much of their time taking care of the child, that one day, I will tell her, I said to his wife that I'll quickly run to the market and take care of some chores that I have. Keep an eye on the child. So when he went to the market Meanwhile, the child's health became so bad that the child passed away.

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And his mother quickly washed the body she shrouded the body and kept it in the corner of the home. When I would thought hard on Saudi Arabia law, one returned home, he asked his wife, how was our child doing? And the mother responded back by saying that he's in much more comfort right now than he previously was. The reason why she doesn't tell him is because she notices that he's hungry. And if she tells him that her child passed away, their child passed away. He wouldn't eat, the trauma would kill him. So she feeds him and after feeding him, she notices that he's hungry, he's tired too. And there's no janazah no funeral prayer. That'll happen at the middle of the night. So she

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says I'll just delete and telling him to the morning, let them rest. Let him eat. That night. He goes to sleep and he has an intimate relationship with her. The next morning when they wake up, she tells him that our child passed away. He's devastated. He goes to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he runs there. He tells the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that his wife didn't tell him she kept it quiet from him. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says maybe through her wisdom, Allah will bless you with many more children.

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And that child who passed away was this very same guy about me and my father and the child who's

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Byrd passed away so such a short life but the Prophet said a lot of it was sort of muted, so made it so meaningful

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and it's been medically Allahu en he was very particular on imitating the prophets of Allah while he was sort of you know on occasion he would also wear a black turban as was also the habit of the Prophet that a lot of it was something to wear on occasion submandibular dances are a two hour Allison a moment and so that got our haha Ben Hartman healthy he that he was wearing a black turban in the sides of the turban the part that hangs he was hanging it behind him. I will follow Dr. Sam says right to Allah is in a manner that I saw and it's been medical your loved one also wearing a turban. This was his practice.

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And it's been medical their loved one also used to wear a ring imitating the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and the inscription on that ring was kind enough to have taught me a lesson acident arrabida what was written the engraving on his ring were the two words a sudden rather than a sudden means

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line. Robbie, one can either mean Lion Lion, or it can mean resting or lying down meaning a resting lion. Don't bother this guy right here. You waking him up, he's gonna come jump on you.

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He had many teachers, and his primary indirect teacher was none other than the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and along with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he narrates from Abacus de la to LA one from amado de la Juan from Oman the alarm one rather than the Japanese said the other hotel has his own mother almost Philemon Tamil had his holla his mother sister, who Muharram he narrates from his wife.

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He also narrates from Omaha, Ron's husband about them in San Miguel de la Juan he narrated from Abu Dhabi he narrated from Malik bin salsa he narrates from the last one, so many people. And some of the people that he narrates from they don't narrate directly from the Prophet but they narrate from other companions who then narrate from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam,

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even though it says, as he narrates from Mohammed Missy Dean, that Allah has been magical, the last one didn't like narrating too much from the prophets of Allah while it was him, even though he narrates much more than other companions, but in comparison to how much he could have narrated, he would narrate little

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forgot to eat.

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When he would narrate for the purpose of a long while he was sitting, very few times, we would hear him narrating, but after the narration, he would have say the following statement, every time he would narrate from the purpose of the law, how it was set up. And it's been Malik would say the following statement, and the following statement would be outcome outcome of a pseudo loss of a long line that you assume the statement means, whatever Oh, kumbhakarna, the sort of law means, whatever I just said, The Prophet said, The Prophet said something very similar to that maybe I made a mistake. So overlook that because the statement of the Prophet sallallahu it was said, and it kept

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the companions worried which can which statement, whoever lives upon me intentionally let him find his abode in the fire of hell. Let him find his seat in the fire of health. So because of that he would after each Hadeeth he would say, oh, come up out of the sort of law, that something similar to this is what the prophet said along Ronnie was, Adam said, there's an interesting incident in the community and he will come up with a region

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that once has been Malik Hasan Eretz. Hamad bin Salman Eretz from homemade, that unexplained magic of your long run one day was near reading from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam this very same narration can also be found, and even sad. he narrates has had this narration also even our secondary to this narration as well. That one day and it's been Malika de la one was narrating from the province of allamani was set up to his students. So one person was there for Paula Rajan, that person said, and the semiotica who made Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, did you really hear this Hadeeth directly from the province that a lot of it was sent him

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faladi wells Audubon shaden. And it's been medical your loved one became upset. And his question will call and he said well, lahemaa kulu Madhavi sukham semi Allahu Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He said, I swear by Allah, not every Hadith. We narrate to you we heard directly from the prophets of Allah and he was sent him when I can kind of have you to babble about them. However, we narrate from one another, meaning the companions, he heard something from the Prophet of Allah, I narrate it saying that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said it, it doesn't necessarily mean I heard it directly. And you have to remember this principle. Many narrations were

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the companions are narrating for the purpose of the long haul it was them. It doesn't always mean they heard it directly. It's very possible they heard that narration through

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another Sahabi, who heard it from the Prophet sallallahu it was set up. However, if the companion says submitted to me Rasulullah that I heard from the prophet of a love and what does that mean?

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directly? It does talk about for directly from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam otherwise

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Someone can say that if a narrator is missing in a in a chain, does that make the narration weak?

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If a narrator is missing in a chain, let's say for example, and it's been Malik is saying, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, when the truth is he didn't hear it directly from the Prophet of Allah, he heard it through someone else who heard it from the Prophet of Allah. So, because there is a narrator potentially missing in the narration, does that make the narration weak?

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Generally, it would. However, if the person missing is a Sahaba, the purpose of allamani was to them and the person skipping him as another Sahaba then it doesn't make it weak at all. Because we have no doubt that the Sahabi narrating the companion narrating is making no mistake in narrating what he heard from another companion. And because the person missing is a companion, there is no doubt of any sort of weakness. There's no doubt of any lie any accuracy. No accusation could be made because all companions are authentic narrators. They are all just an upright narrator so if a person misses the name of a companion, and the narrator himself as a companion, it brings no weakness to the

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narration. I find this interesting. This is interesting because it creates perspective. We all know that I'm the loving Ibis or the long run narrate so much for the purpose of a lot of audio. But when the Prophet said a lot of it was sent and passed away, he was no more than maybe 1112 years old. What most people fail to realize is that majority of the webinar about the alonza narrations from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam are actually not directly.

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A good 95% of them are indirect narrations. 95%. he narrates very few ahaadeeth. And the purpose of a lot isn't directly similarly hasn't been eliminated. We thought it would be Allahumma hacer una de la one. How many narrations does he have directly from the Prophet set alone. So according to some scholars under 10 narrations, but the other narrations that he's narrating he's narrating them through other companions, and this was a common thing one companion would narrate from another companion.

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And it's been medical your loved one had many students.

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Amongst them are the likes of

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Hassan albasini.

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hustling bustling, because it's been a long one towards the end of his life spends a good portion of years in bustle so since he's now in this Kufa, Basra iraq area that the the Iraqis are exposed to his tradition, and it's been radically law one near his students from amongst them are hustling and bustling ABCD shabby Amalfi lava macoun Omar bin Abdullah Aziz saboten banani bhaker bin Abdullah Al Madani azuri Qatada, Al Qaeda, and there are so many more whose names you can continue

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until the point that Imam Abu hanifa Rahmatullahi Ali directly saw and it's been Malika, the last one and also narrated to him too. That's why amongst the Imam Malmo, hanifa Imam Malik Imam Shafi in Ramadan humble. The only of these four that actually saw us a hobby during his life was none other than a memorable event.

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He is the only one who actually saw him shift up the field. macura mahalo who recently passed away a few months back just recently passed away. He's buried in Mecca. macatawa he actually published a book called The Muslim amount of money from the Hadith that in Abu hanifah Rahmatullah Jani narrates and in particular, he gave me a copy of that book as a gift. And I recall what I was reading through it was such a beautiful book because the narrations in particular he had one part of the book dedicated to narrations that Mr. bonnafon narrates directly from companions, the narration that he brings directly from certain companions.

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Now, one point of principle, there are many people who who attribute being a student to Alaskan medic, many people attribute that because he traveled a lot in particular him being in bustled as well. So Mmm, that'd be Rahmatullahi. It gives a very beautiful principle. He says that most of Imam and it's been Malika de la Juan's authentic narrator's meaning his first strong, sturdy, authentic students as haba, who thought illa bodenham Sina warmia. They did not last beyond 150 years after his era. So that was their cutoff point.

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He says basically, anyone who claims to be an authentic student of unexplained Malik after 150 years of his era, that person has

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weakness in his in his narrow reading. And then the second category are those people who narrate from him but they're considered to be more weak students. They're not his direct, immediate, strong first class students. And who are those these are those who live up to 190 years after his era. And then they say anyone who narrates from Addison Malik after the second 200 years after hinted on that person, there is no authenticity to that person. Many of them don't have you don't have to lie it. He he writes that there are over 200

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Have students have unless been Malik are the last one who narrate from him

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from the Prophet sallallahu it was sort of

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and it's been madico the last one. What makes him very special is that he served the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam for 10 years. In one narration he says that when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived from the Medina menorah, my mother held me by the hand of an amoeba de funtana Tata de la. My mother held me by the hand and took me to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and she says

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Yasuda la Lem yet Karachi, Allah Imperato Mira and saw a la vaca uthoff aka Beto fatin. She says, a messenger of Allah since you arrived Madina munawwara there isn't a lady or man left in the city that has but they've come to you with a gift. And she says what in the law to do and I don't have anything to give you. I'm not a wealthy lady. I don't have much in my possession in law, Ebony Heaven, except for this son of mine. This son of mine I wish to give you for who? Well yeah dunka Allah but Allah, keep him with you and let him serve you for whatever you use seem fit Allah for him to Ashura, semen and it's been Malika de la London says so I serve the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam for 10 years, from our vital body while at 70. He did not hit me neither did he ever use foul language towards me? Well, obviously it was he and neither did he ever make a disapproval, never ever expressed disapproval in front of me, or agitation in front of you, the officer, the law, discipline was never agitated in front of me. He was very calm, and he was very, very patient with me. So again, coming back to this point, if you want your kids to become something, if you want something out of them, you have to learn to guide them from a young age. In particular, teach them to be in the companionship of the great scholars of your area, your region, there's great scholars

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of their time, go and sit them with them. And it's this companionship that will make them into something. And I always say this that Alison Malik became who he was because his mother held his hand and his mother took him there. And then she says a messenger of Allah I want my son to be with you. And the prophets of Allah, Allah who said, I'm generous, generously accepted.

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Now the Prophet said a long line a will send them made a very special block on a cinematic and there are various narrations sharing that drop

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in one narration, and it's been Malika the long one says that my mother had covered me in her Thema in her shell. And she presented me to the prophets that along while he was settlement, she said O Messenger of Allah Have a nice evening, when Ace means small honors, when Ace, any Arabic word on the scale of flylow. And like Hussein, when that means something in small quantity, so Hussein it means small beauty when Ace is

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small and that's because he was a young kid with a little Munchkin. That's our way of saying this my little guy right here. She says have that one Ace given me this is my little niece.

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I brought him so he can serve you further law hula hoops, I want you to make law for him. The second thing and that's been my next mother doesn't stop by just presenting her child for his mama. What's the second thing she also does?

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She's requesting draw for her son as well. This is also from the tradition that when he sees scholars, when you see my shy when you see the friends of Allah, the elders of the community, you know, those who have served the deen you present your kids to them and you say make Doha for my child. You don't know who is blah will work on your child and inshallah your child would have loved it. And for that very same greed or desire, she says a messenger of Allah make to offer him so the prophets of Allahu alayhi wa sallam made to Allah, Allahu

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Allah increase mela who are the who increase him in wealth and increase in children. So honest, romantic of your loved one says full ally in family like a thief. I swear by Allah, that Allah gave me a lot of love. And then he says, Well, you know, one of the one of the one of the guitar Duda Allah, that wouldn't be me it alone. He says if you can't my children and my grandchildren today, as a medic, his narrative is heavy. He says today I have over 100 kids and grandkids. Today I have over 100 kids and 100 guys, that's a lot of kids. Mashallah. It's as if that was the purpose of the long haul. It was sort of the thought of 100 kids running around is terrifying. But they were

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at the mercy of Allah subhanho without the guidance. And another thing is that many times having so many kids, for people like us may not be desirable as well, because that'd be as hard on our day. You should have kids that you can take care of. If a person has 100 kids and he isn't it nice neglecting all 100 Kids then these kids are going to testify against you on the Day of Judgment. These were Sahaba prophets that alone while he was sitting in communities were different than two

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was a community effort of upbringing a kid it wasn't, you know, you and your home and your five bedroom house it was that's not all it was. It was much more of a society that work together

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with the LSAT Malik Luna Walden and it's been Malika de la one had 780 kids, familia tuna sub Runa Khurana which 78 were male weapon attorney and two daughters down whom I have saw one of his two daughters Her name was hafsa. And what overall

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Mama Mama and her second his second daughter was commonly known as Obama.

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Abu Hassan says that over 80 of unexplained Mallika de la Juan's kids died in the plague of Jatin the plague of Algeria, over 80 of his kids died in that plague It was a great plague and many many people died.

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As for his both he had so much wealth that he had a garden and in one year, his garden would have been fruits twice yeah tomato facility. In fact, he has in fact he had bought rotten luck and if he had I don't you mean who refill misc and from his garden there was this fragrance that would come that would bring this beautiful fragrance of musk

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in another narration, and it's been magical your loved ones shares that very same block. And he says the problem is that a lot of it was sort of made not only two laws or a lot increase in wealth and children, he made a third of the law and the third of the law was a lot of homework alone. Didn't matter who or what are the who, who are the fatherhood agenda, oh a lot increases wealth, and increases children and grants from gender. Then that has been Malika de la Juan says something very beautiful. And you can find this narration and daddy will come up with a smile. And it's been valid with your loved one says by the photo, if Laney one of your fellow salita, he said I've seen two of

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these during my life. And I hope that Allah will accept the third for me too.

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I saw that Allah gave me Baba Khan, my wife and my children. As for agenda I have hope in Allah that Allah will accept that part of the law as well.

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In one narration, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came to visit a Muslim. He came to visit her and she presented some dates to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was fasting. So he came to the corner of the home and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam pray to Dakar there and it's been Malika Viola Juan says will suddenly nama who flew medallion? mysoline after we finished praying the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam we prayed with him. And after praying the prophets of Allahu Allah was sort of made special glad for Muslim and he made law for her family. But Mr. Lane wasn't happy. So she said O Messenger of Allah makes I have

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one special request for you. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said mahiya What is it? So she said, called the mocha anus. I want you to make dua for your servant, and it's been Malik. So the prophets of Allahu Allah He was sitting then raised his hands and and his family for the Allahu unseres for mataranka hierachy Ratan Wallonia. He didn't leave anything that was from the good of this road or the good of the hereafter. But the prophet made that law firm in La da de de matar Allah Humbert Zoo Marlon, one of the new robotic la houfy over law, give him sustenance in his wealth and increase him in children and give Baraka in there to

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you know, and it's been Malik became very wealthy. And there's a narration that Abu Mohammed is behind he narrates in his mighty for the Sahaba that one person he says that I saw and it's been Malik performing hajj, and when I looked at his teeth, he had to tie one of his teeth because his teeth was maybe loose. So they strengthened his teeth using gold.

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Meaning he was Mashallah living the living the good life, through that law of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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he was close to the puppets that Allahu Allah was sent in by the side of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And so the alarm one himself says that I participated with a prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in davia. In the umbrella in his Hajj in the conquest of Makkah, and Helene and five in Haifa, I was with the Prophet of Allah and all of these expeditions. Someone when they asked him

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that, did you even participate in the Battle of button?

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Because if you look at unlimited knowledge of your loved ones name, you won't find it in the list of the Sahaba who participated in the Battle of the brothers names out there. So someone asked him to hit the button. Did you participate in the Battle of button? I must be Malik with your loved one became frustrated and he said lamella you have no mother?

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Well, no one bothered and how do you expect me to remain absent from the Battle of other from McAllen? He then said from Makkah, He then said that when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam exited for the Battle of other I took special permission from the Prophet that alone while he was willing to participate, the prophets of Allah who it was sort of gave me permission to stay in the back of the of our camp.

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Helping the sick and cooking food and helping with smaller chores. But unfortunately, he wasn't able to participate in the battle itself. And that's why his name isn't listed amongst the Sahaba who participated in the Battle of other because he served a more supportive role than an actual active role in the battle itself.

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Fabrica says that Abu huraira the Allahu unset, that I have never seen anyone prays to law that imitated the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu it was sort of more than the son of omens to name meaning and it's been Malika, your loved one

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and another Sahabi he says that and it's been medically the last one would stand so long and his prayers that his feet would swell up. And it's been Mallika de la one because he was a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he also brings certain unique narrations unique meaning not everyone can narrate these a hottie but was able to because he was in that inner circle of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. One of those narrations is the Hadith where he narrates the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam visited all nine of his wives. And he only bathed once.

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Meaning what is this? What did we learn from this, that a person can be intimate multiple times without repeating the wholesome? If a person is intimate with their spouse, and they wish to be intimate again, they don't have to do perform a bath before being becoming intimate again, it is permissible for them to become intimate multiple times. And then at the end of it, just perform one Wilson that'll suffice them from the state of impurity.

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And it's been medically allowed one was a very pious person. He was with fast regularly. One day he was unable to fast so he ordered a pot of 3030 it was a type of food they had it was a high quality and very nice, meaty, fatty food, something that the audience would enjoy.

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And when he sat down to eat, whether Arthur Latina mosquito, Adama he didn't eat alone, he invited 30 people to his home and he fed all 30 people love them. He was very kind to his family. He enjoyed being with his family enjoyed playing with him and having a good time. phenomena of the law says that understand Malika your loved one, he would sit in that he would sit outside his home and there would be a fit off there would be like a little,

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area where he would sit, little raised elevated platform he would sit on there and we are me what to do who rainy day he his children would gather in front of him and they would practice their arrow. So he says 400 Alena human anatomy one day we came outside and we were engaging in archery practicing our aim for Talia boulia he said oh my children bits about our moon. You guys have horrible aim.

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from us a little closer photo, maybe photo mafia from our boss. He then took it you know how

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the elders always say you guys have that aim. Give it to the old guy. And then you see that uncle sit on the keyboard and just schooling everyone so sporadic that the line takes the arrow and he starts firing the arrows and every shot he took right on target Bullseye, Bullseye, Bullseye, Bullseye, the companions of the props that are allotted to them. Now towards the end of unexplained malegra the law of one's life he had a huge conflict. It wasn't really his fault. It was the other guy's fault. And this particular person had a bad record of picking fights with companions. He picked a fight with other loved ones Aveda picked a fight with i'd love an armada. And here he's

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also picking a fight with NSP Malik are the last one. His name is hi Jasmine use of photography. Right? Pick so many fights and he also picked a fight with nsmen Malik with your loved one.

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He one day came to

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NSV Malik with your loved one. And he said to him, yeah, beef or impure man,

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the one who spreads fitrah sometimes you stand by Ollie, sometimes you stand by Evans away and sometimes you stand by him.

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He said I swear by the one and whose hand my soul lies. I will pull you out by the route.

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And I will throw you away like a locus. And it's been Malika the last one then came to him and said what are you talking about? Who's this comedian who's this guy that you want to uproot and throw away?

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So hijas Police have said Iyanya talking about you here the man who's this person? Assam, Allahu Samak. May Allah make you deaf. And like, take away your hearing. And it's been Malika the last one first star john has been mad when he and his family got the alarm on her this he said in that Illa we're in a in a larger room.

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And then he left that gathering. And he came home and some of his students and some of his close friends were there. And he said romantically among one said had I not feared this evil man on my own kids. I would have responded to him today in a column to be cannibalized. Anybody who I would have said certain things to him today that he would never deer in front of me ever again. No one would ever dare challenge me ever again. But because I fear this man is evil on my kids. I let him go. So and it's been magical the last one then wrote a letter to the halifa

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mulqueen Marwan

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and he complained to him have hijacked his language and his insults and how he was becoming very aggressive. And in the letter, he wrote something very powerful. He wasn't there in the huddle, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam this asked me

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of the Malik I serve the prophet of law for nine years. Well, you know, I'm in the sada I gotta call Roger, another man a bit young.

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He said, I swear by Allah. If the Christian people had a person from amongst them who serve their prophet the way I served mine for nine years, they wouldn't dare be one person raise a voice against him.

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And here you have a person who's speaking disrespectfully to a companion of the Prophet of the law other seven. According to some narrations of the Mulligan miroir ordered her judge to apologize, because for the greater part that has been Malika, your loved one wasn't one of the four runners in politics, so he had him apologize.

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He was someone who loved the profits of a lot he was selling very dearly. When the Prophet said a lot while he was seven passed away as a Hadeeth can be found and didn't meet the demands of the law. Juan says the day the Prophet arrived in Medina, it was the most bright day in our city. And the day the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away that was the darkest day in Medina Manila. Within Ivan said, says

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that I heard about his family with your loved one saying, Mammon laylat in Illa, Juana raffia Habibi, sumaya key.

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And his family got a long one says there isn't one night, but in it, I see, my beloved My beloved set allamani he was set up, and then added sporadically a lot longer start crying every night in his dream, not many laylat in illawarra Rafi hobby every night, he used to see the puffs that a lot of cinnamon his dream. And after sharing this, he was in sit with his companions, and he would cry.

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And the companions loved him for that, too. There was another narration that

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a companion came to visit Allison Malik. And when he came to visit him, one of his servants whose name was jameelah she came and told him that the soul companion is here to meet you.

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So he says to her, yeah, jameelah now believe me Pleven a Messiah who will be he? He said Go and bring me some fragrance so I can put it on my hand. He said because so and so companion who has come to meet me. Every time he come, every time he comes la Hata you can be ready, he kisses my hand every time yaku he says you haven't missed set yet also realize you belong on a web server. This is a hand that touch the hand of the Prophet said Allahu Allah he was sent him. So I wish to kiss this hand in honor of your closest to the Prophet that a lot of them this companionship that he had. And there's been nothing about the last one passed away.

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Actually, before I even share what year he passed away, and I want to make clear that there is a big difference of opinion on what you're exactly he passed away in

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homemade says that he passed away in the year 91 after

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this is also the opinion of Qatada. Also the opinion of Satan or fade and double obeyed.

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I love it. He says that he passed away not in 91 rather in 92 years after he died.

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And the third opinion is that he passed away in 93. After his law, this is the opinion of Allah say in other Alma in Abu hanifa for last and others as well.

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He lived over 103 years of age, many years. You know it's interesting because I was reading about his age. And I wanted to see what the difference opinions were. And I came across this interesting risala Written by

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him um Delilah didn't really I started reading it and I found it very interesting. Unfortunately, we won't be able to cover that rusada in this class because it's it's a very niche issue that he touches on. But in that a Salah, he covers the biographies of all of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, who live to 120 years of age.

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He lists all of them and he covers their biographies. A very sleazy thing to do and I'm Sufi chooses these very small niche issues and writes these interesting works on them.

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Now the claim that he was the last hobby to live, how true and how far is that?

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The last last last Sahabi to actually live was a salary by the name of a boot to fail armor been worthless and lazy. He is considered the last habit to live. He saw the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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during hydrated whether that's when he saw the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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and he passed away in Makkah the Sahaba. He passed away in Makkah in the year 110

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as stated by Gianni he is considered to be the last Sahabi now the reason why is when Monica Viola Juan is referred to being the last hobby is because he wasn't the last hobby overall to pass away. He was the last hobby to pass away in bustle.

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He was a last habit to pass away in bustle. I lived in Medina, he actually says is the last person to pass away from the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was

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and has been Malik and LSP Malika Viola one himself said one day find out fiddlerman bucha and the last one that remains of the companions of the Prophet of the Lord is to them, the last hobby to pass away in Madina munawwara according to some was sad and sad, sad, sad, been sad, sad, and others they say it was Jabba bin Abdullah the long tail on the last happy to pass away in Sham. According to some it was Abu mama

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and according to others, it was up to love in Busan, or the alarm on

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the last happy to pass away in Kufa was Abdullah bin abhi alpha of the loving Abby O'Farrell the last one, and the last happy to pass away in Egypt was a beloved hydrophobia along with Allah.

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When NSP Malik with your loved one passed away patata said,

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Maura said the Hubble yo missplay this funny that Ray have blissfully lm has gone half of knowledge has left us because he was a person who was so close to the office of the lobbyist. Now there are many narrations from Anniston Malika, the last one, there are a few narrations of his that I want to share with you very briefly very beautiful narrations and I thought I would share them because he narrates them from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And systematically along one says a person said, O Messenger of Allah, how well a disbeliever be resurrected on his face on the Day of Judgment. How will he be resurrected good for your shirt Cafiero Allah what he tm? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in the letter M Shahada de Kadima amcs Shia who Allah was he, the one who gave him the ability to walk on his feet in the world also has the ability to drag him on his face in the hereafter to

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another narration from Addison Malika, the last one. He says that sometimes a person through good character reaches high ranks of the Hereafter, even though when it comes to a father, he's weak. Sometimes you might be weak in your worship, but your good character can take you to higher ranks in gender. We're in the who Leah boo boo the spell adara can mean Johanna Muhammad, and sometimes a person can be a great worshiper, but because of his bad character, he lies in the in the holes of the fire of hell.

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And then and it's been Malika the alarm on there, it's in the process of allamani incident. Whoever seeks knowledge so that he may,

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he may debate with scholars and fool the foolish people or return faces towards him. Let him find his seat in the fire of help meaning a person who's insincere to knowledge.

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And the last thing I want to share with you before we get into the class itself, the idea itself here the purpose of the long haul it was set them set as nomadic with your loved one narrates if Otto hated the article, spend your entire life doing good your entire life

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and keep presenting yourself to the mercy of Allah subhana wa tada because Allah subhanho wa Taala as mercy can reach any person and ask a law to cover your false and ask Allah subhana wa tada for to to protect you in your fears. Now this Hadeeth right here, let's come to the Hadith itself. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was saying one of you cannot be a believer until he loves for his brother when he loves for himself. What does this mean? Someone can object. If I don't love for my brother, what I love for myself, does that mean I'm not a believer anymore? Because that's what the Hadith is saying.

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Do sins or inappropriate actions take a person outside of imagine? If a person commits a sin does it take them out of your mind? If a person drinks alcohol, does that make them a coffee?

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You guys understand my question if someone commits Zina, does that make them coffee? If someone gives an revoir does that make them a calf is that take them outside of Islam. This was the opinion of the Hawaii's. There was a group of people who came in Islamic history. They're known as being the first people.

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The first deviant group in Islamic history the whole adage and their opinion was the one who commits a major sin leaves the fold of Islam. That's not the opinion of that as soon as Omar when we read a hadith like this, we translate them as one of you cannot be a complete believer, meaning there is not completion in his faith or her faith until they love for their brother or sister with a love for themselves. Right in this video. The theme that's being taught to us is the importance of giving preference to others over yourself, preferring others over yourself giving others opportunity and automation.

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This is called ether. What is it called? ether, ether, ether. And we find this in the Quran again and again lantana Ratan ficou. Matt Boone. You cannot reach complete piety until you spend that with that what you love Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us in the Quran, Pharaoh nada unfussy Moroccan salsa tamada, Hopi Myskina nuea, tema, Sierra Nevada, de la, la nueva minicom de la Shakira many examples of the Quran telling us and encouraging us to give preference to others over ourselves among photogrammetry law while defining ethos, he says ethos is to put others forward ahead of yourself, when it comes to matters of this world, and also when it comes to matters of the deen. And

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he said, this is only possible if a person has strength in their emotion, and that person has deep love. And if that person has the ability to be patient on difficulty, if you can't be patient, you'll never want anyone ahead of you. Why is that? Because putting someone else ahead of you means that you will face some shade of inconvenience, because you're not giving the convenience that person has. So you have to learn to have patience. How can you give preference to another person if you love them? If you love another person, then you can give them preference.

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And you have to have a man because trust in Allah subhanho wa Taala it will Ophelia Rahim, Allahu taala says there are three grades three levels of ethos of giving preference to others. He says one is that you give preference to others over yourself simple. You have a sandwich, you're hungry, there's someone next to you on the street that also looks hungry. Before you eat your sandwich. What do you do? Go for it to that person. Why don't you take my sandwich, you have money, you're about to go buy yourself something from the store, you see a person standing outside and they're begging you give them the money here, you take this, you're going to go buy yourself a nice five bedroom home

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even though you don't need five bedrooms at a nice upscale neighborhood, even though you don't need that upscale neighborhood. Right? And instead of spending half 1,000,001 million dollars in that house, you think yourself, you know, I know some people who live very poor lives, let me go give them the money, I'll live my life the way it is. Let me go give someone else the ability to pay off others debts, the ability to care for other people is gone. People don't have it in them anymore. giving preference to others over yourself. We want us to be the center of the world. Everyone is worried about me, me, me. Nobody cares about anyone anymore. That's the state that we're in. You

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know, and remember this because it teaches us when you learn to put others in front of you, Allah will take care of you. But when you put yourself at the front of the line, Allah leaves your affairs to you, you deal with your software. But if you let others go in front of you if you take care of other people, a lot of who Fiona and McCann and Optus yanase. As long as you are there to support others, Allah subhana wa tada will support you. You remove difficulty from others allow remove difficulty from you in the hereafter. I was teaching the HUD youth earlier today. And the chapter was regarding

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assisting one another to pay off debts, assisting one another to pay off debts, that if a person is struggling you go and help them pay off their debt. Now, you know one of the problems that I want to play the devil's advocate and flip the issue over. I know I talked about the importance of paying off other people's debts and loaning them money. But one reason why no one wants to loan others money is because the people in the community no longer have decency to return the money on time. Tell me you don't know someone or you yourself aren't a person who loan someone money 20 years ago to get them to arrive in this country. And 20 years have passed and they don't they're not

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interested in paying back your loan. How many people do we know like this, that spend their nights crying on their beds because people are refusing to pay back their loan? And they're saying you're wealthy people? Why don't you go ahead and forgive us? forgiving is not something you can demand.

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You know, there's a there's a type of debt. They call it part of the hustler. Are you guys aware that cloudberry hustler is a debt where you give someone money with the intention that if they pay me back 100 if they don't pay me back, I forgive them

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while they hustle.

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My wife used to say this is not kind of a hustler. People call it a hustler. a

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hustler means if you borrow money, and you sit there and laugh because you're never going to pay that person back ever again. Are they a hustler?

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That you take the data and you start laughing at that person because people aren't interested in giving depth. You know, during the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. This time, we always talk about how Sahaba will borrow money to each other. We always talk about that, right? But there's one thing we don't talk about. When the Sahaba would borrow money to one another there was something that they would always do

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anyone know what it was? Write it down. That's one thing that's in the Quran. What's another thing they would do something nobody talks about? And I see nobody. I mean, nobody. That's why I want to talk about it right now.

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They would do something called run collateral.

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If you want to borrow money from me now, I'll give it to you. But keep your wedding jewelry with me.

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You know, everyone's rolling their eyes. That's so much risk. Oh, I'm not taking risk right now. But giving you $20,000. That's no risk right now.

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You want $20,000? I'll give it to you. Leave one of your cars with me. You weren't $20,000? I'll give it to you bring something and leave it with me.

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See the people who want to borrow money? What's their mentality? no risk at all. Music isn't the gifts, take money and go and enjoy it and blow it away. They don't want to take any risk. They're not willing to come and give you collateral. If you come to someone and say, Look, I have jewelry that's been passed on to my family generation to generation. I don't want to sell it. But I need some cash right now. You hold on to my jewelry, I'll give you cash, that person at the end of the day he could sleep in peace. Why is that? Because he knows if you run away, and if you decide not to pay the money, what does he have something to lay back on? And if you're as sincere as you really

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are, you're going to pay the money off. So you're going to get your gold back. But why are you the people that think that our time and that How many times have the purpose of allowing Hollywood cinema to run so many times, so many narrations that the Prophet said a lot of it was sent on borrowed money from yahoodi. And he left his armor as

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you guys know that, or a Sahabi would borrow money from someone and he would leave his horse as at 100. Because they would only use their horse when they would travel long journeys. And he didn't mean he wasn't going to travel long journey. So he would give it to them. And even banks today, they will give you a loan unless they have something to borrow against. You guys know that right? What do they call it?

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collateral. Otherwise, no one's giving you money, just a handout. We have to fix our attitude.

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We need to learn to take risk on both sides. Come and leave something behind and give that person something. If you have nothing, then that's another story. But if you have something you can come and give you come and give that and then walk on, share, distribute. The second level of ethos giving preference is to give preference to the pleasure of a law over one's own pleasure. But it took thirunal highest adonia as the Quran said, You keep giving preference to yourself over the pleasure of Allah. It's a spiritual ether.

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Where now you ask yourself What does Allah want from me? I want to buy a $500,000 home but there's a lot of what that for me? Is that really something I need in my life? You know, you constantly ask yourself, I want to give my wife a divorce. But does Allah want that from me? You keep asking yourself, is that what Allah wants from me? The third degree is that you give preference to others and to a law not for yourself but for the sake of a law. This is like the bottom of the wealth, where you're giving preference not only to Allah and to others, but you're doing it not for yourself, you're doing it for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada. Now, how does a person develop

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ethos? How do you develop this ability to give preference to others over yourself? I'm going to share three things. The first thing is understand the importance that we have the importance of the rights that we have towards one another. Understand that in our mind, we think to ourselves, I don't owe anyone anything. Don't we think that every person thinks I don't owe anyone anything. That's not what the Quran is saying. Well, I tell my hubby, he

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will Cordoba, Tama Masaki. In our in our mind, we think to ourselves, nobody deserves my wealth. But the Quran is saying even though you love your wealth, you give it to the poor, you give it to the traveler, you give it to the orphan, you give it to those that are close to you, those that are close to you could be your neighbors that are close to you. It could also be those that are close to you, meaning your your relatives, your family members, but you go out to them and you care for other people. You give them the treatment that you would like for yourself. The second thing is you have to learn to kill greed. If you can't kill greed, you can't give other people what you love yourself.

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You cannot love for your brother, what you love for yourself until you kill greed. You have to tell yourself, I am happy with a laptop I own today. I don't need another laptop. I'm happy with the phone I have today. Just because tomorrow they come out with an iPhone eight 910 does it mean I knew I needed an iPhone eight 910 You want to learn what greed is? Watch the next time the next the next iPhone or the next Samsung phone comes out. Everyone's greed. They just want the next one. They have no idea why they're buying it. I'm not kidding you. No idea why they're buying it. Most people what do they use their phones for social media, messaging services, YouTube, maybe a game or two. These

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sort of functions you can fulfill with any standard phone by the way. There really isn't a need for you to go buy at 800 there were a time there was a time where people were reluctant to spend $800 for a laptop. You guys remember that? They wouldn't buy $800 laptop too expensive. And nowadays people are willing to spend $800 for one

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for a whole

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And in addition to that former they say, Oh, I need a tablet to

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another $800. The this latest Apple tablet, I'm not even sure what the prices are, but from what I check, it was like 800 and plus, right? And then after they buy the tablet, what do they say?

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No, no, I need the laptop as well. That's another 15 $100 Then what do they say? Gee, Sonia, I think we need the desktop as well. And after we get the desktop, I heard there's something called Apple TV these days as well. There's more and more and more and more just everything. You know, Zack alafaya, forgiving with the TV and getting the desktop and getting the laptop and getting the tablet and the phone and then the iPad a lot of audio. But I'm I don't have the Apple Watch.

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video I'll be creating overlay by via watch as well. This is greed.

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Until you don't get rid of your greed, you won't be able to give preference to others over yourself. Once you have killed it. nip it in the bud. I'm happy. I was gonna I was telling the students

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in class

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the Office of I'm sorry, the Africa man. The pain the disaster, the calamity of wealth is that what the more it increases shaytaan guide you to increasing your expenses. As long as your expenses increase with the increment of your wealth, there's no point increasing your income.

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You guys understand that? If the ratio of your expenses grow at the same ratio that your income is growing, what is that

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it's meaningless, it's it's useless. What you need to do is cut your income, cut your expenses and spend more time with your family. But if you're working five hours extra every day to earn more money but with more money, you have more expenses is meaningless. That's why when you go to get a loan, one thing they look at is your debt to income ratio. How much are your expenses and how much are you making? No person should have more expenses more than one third expenses of your total income. Your total expenses should be no more than this is like you know, this is like these are proper figures I'm not making these numbers up. As a proper figures your income should your expenses

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should never be more than one third of your income and if they are you're living beyond your means it's too much for you. You have to find ways to cut down there was a time when we were in college and I'm being honest with you. Where we used to buy this instant coffee Folgers in instant coffee you guys remember that? The bottle the glass bottle, it would come like $2 for one bottle. We used to buy one bottle and make it last for a month. So we would drink coffee for one month at the cost of how much

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$2 you guys remember those days let's not act like I'm the only guy who went to college everyone's gone there. You know we all have those. We probably still have that coffee bottle somewhere in our in our cabinet at home. $2 Coffee would last for how long?

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One month. And today we've reached a place where forget instant coffee it has to be Starbucks. One coffee now has become $4 where one cup for one month was $2. Now one coffee has become $4 the greed increases with that greed increasing I can talk about so many examples of how greed infects our lives. But we all are aware of our situation Allah protect us. And the third thing is the desire to have good character. Every person should have a desire of Makati when a lot because you when you have a desire to be a good person to show good character. That's when you go out of your way and give preference to other people. You buy yourself a shoe. You'll notice someone else needs shoes,

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you give them your shoes here, take my shoes right here.

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And that's it. You buy yourself a coat you see someone else's code, what do you do? Here, Brother, take my coat, I'll get myself another coat. It's okay. When we do give to other people, we give them the things from our house that are leftovers, that aren't worthy of being used anymore. When the honey theory is teaching us to give to other people, what we need, what we love and what we desire the most. The province that a lot of money was sent him was at the forefront of ethos of giving preference to others over himself I want to give. I want to share a few examples of ethos from the Prophet's life in the companions life and then we'll close off just a few stories. So you'll enjoy

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the stories too.

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When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would lead a janazah, he would ask the companions, does this person have any debt?

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If a Sahaba would say, yes, there are people who he owes money to he would then ask did he leave behind enough wealth to pay off the debt? If they would say yes, the prophet believed that?

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If he didn't leave behind enough wealth to pay off the debts, the Prophet would say, to the Sahaba, you guys leave his prayer, he would step to the side. And generally that was a gesture to the companions and what did that gesture mean? raise the funds and pay off his debt. So the Sahaba collectively would, you know, say, Okay, I'll give this much I'll give this much and they would pay off that person's debt. Towards the end of the Prophet said, Allahu it was in his life, he stopped doing this. The Prophet stop asking, you know why? Because so many conquests occurred and so much wealth came into Madina munawwara The Prophet said,

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A lot of money was sent to the companions that Allah just says and the beolab meaning I mean, unfussy him that the Prophet is more deserving. Or the people are more deserving to honor the Prophet and the Prophet is more deserving to love the people. So the Prophet says that rather than you people paying off his debt moving forward, I will pay off everyone's debt.

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And because the Prophet of Allah was given a special an allocated portion from the spoils, he will then use his private funds to pay off the debts of people who have passed away. So the law name instead of giving preference to others, over himself.

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There's another famous narration that a companion came, a person came to Medina munawwara, he said to the Prophet of Allah, that feed me, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I don't have anything. He then sent one companion to go and ask the wives if they had anything at home, and the wife said mama in the Messenger of Allah, we don't have anything but water long can we have at home as water? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam then publicly announced in the in the masjid, who will take care of my guests today who will feed him and host him tonight. So one of the Saudis hobby said, I'll do it. He took this person home to his wife and said, we have the guests of the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at home with us. This female companion says his wife says that mines that are in Lakota Savannah that we only have enough food for our children, how are we going to feed him? So then he says to his wife, Hey, have you eaten that prepare some food. And then he says to the he said to his wife, and put the kids to sleep, tell them the food will be ready, the food will be ready to keep delaying it until they fall asleep. And the kids waiting for the food fell asleep. They fell asleep hungry. And then when it came time to eat, he told his wife kill the kettles and the week so no one can see what's going on. We'll eat in the dark because the food in

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the plate wasn't enough for even three people. So him and his wife acted like they were eating they just kept moving their hands around. The wife was on the other side of the curtain and he was acting like he was eating. And the only person eating that night was that guest

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the wife the husband, the kids all fell asleep that night. They all went to sleep hungry that night.

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The next morning when he came to meet the purpose of the law while he was in front of us for half a day Rasulullah sallallahu certificado the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, Allah was laughing at you last night. Allah was pleased with you last night.

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Oh Raja min, min, Fadi comma. And then Allah revealed the ayah Allah unfussy him Well, okay, maybe masasa that these people give preference over themselves, even though what they have is a very little, you know, we ask ourselves, do we have little at home? Yes or no? Let's be honest. Do we have little at home or not? No, we don't have a lot at home.

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We all have. We have food that we aren't even aware of. I'm telling you right now. There is something in the corner of your pantry that you don't even know is there. You have some canned beans somewhere that you haven't had that you bought a long time back? Or some Kool Aid somewhere? why not share it with other people? Why not go out and give preference to others over the food that we have in our own homes? I shouldn't be alone. 100 Mary she says that one day, a poor lady came to her door asking her for food. And the lady was carrying two kids. So far, I shall be alone. I counted. There were three people so she gave them how many dates? three dates.

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So the lady gave one day to each child. And while the lady was still talking to each other the alarm on each of the kids quickly gobbled down their date. After they finished off their date they started looking at their mother because in her hand What did she still have ice cream she still had her date in their head. So they were looking at their mother. The mother can broke the date into two pieces and give it to those kids

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for Shoppach Tamara Lackey, Katarina and Aquila beta Houma. So I share with you a lot harnesses for our Gemini Shana. When I saw this, it amazed me that this lady decided to start. I saw the last one I didn't have any kids of herself. So she was amazed at how much love this mother had for her kids, and how she gives preference to her kids over herself. So she mentioned this to the prophets of Allah who it was to them. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in the la odoban a hobby has an agenda. That because of her generosity, because she gives preference to her kids over herself and remain hungry. A law has made Gemma wajib upon that lady, I mean, she's definitely going to

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gender and one narration I will tell her I'm sorry, said to overstrain you guys remember those names? Without Han Saudi Muslim?

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I mentioned at the beginning of the lecture, I'm husband Malik's parents. I told you I was going to come back to them. This is where I come back to them. One day, I will tell him out on site he came home and he said to his wife on the stream. Today I heard the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his voice. It was very weak. This Hadith in Bukhari and Muslim meta authentic narration.

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I heard the Prophet sallallahu it was in his voice and it was very weak. Today Adi fullfill. Juha. I noticed that he had hunger in his voice and he was very hungry for hollering the key milkshake. Do you have anything at home?

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He said, I do.

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She said I have some, some flour, I can make some bread and we can put something together and have a meal.

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So he said I went to the province that a long holiday was cinnamon I found the Prophet of Allah in the masjid. And there were a group of people with him. So I came to the Prophet of Allah and said our messenger, nope, didn't come and stuff he sent a messenger. He said one of his servants, he said, Go and call the Prophet of Allah. So the messenger said that I came to the mosque, the prophet was sitting in the machine, there were some companions sitting around the Prophet of Allah. He said, I got close to the prophet and right before I said anything to the Prophet, the prophet said to me, ah, Salah, Abu Taha, Roberto has sent you for Kaltura. He said, Yes, I will tell her to send me

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stuff officer Allahu alayhi wa sallam said bit on that we'll

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send you for food. He's inviting us for food.

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Put around. He said, Yes. So messenger of Allah, I did invite you. He said, I'm here to invite you for food.

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So the purpose of the long holiday was set up, stood up in the message and made a public announcement, everyone big party at our hotel house.

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So this person, he said that I was terrified, because he specifically told me to invite only the profit. And the profits that allowed he was sitting just made a Facebook page. Everyone's coming. So he said, I ran home until the Buddha, that the Prophet is coming and everyone's coming with him. So they said, if the Prophet of Allah has said, I ran to meet the prophet to tell the Prophet, we don't have enough food for everyone. So the purpose of the law while he was sitting saw him. And he said to him, don't worry, let's go home. So they arrived to the purpose of the law to serve his home the prophets of the long run, he was said and then told to cop Sahaba, who are waiting outside come

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inside 10 at a time, and as it came 10 out of time, the prophet said a lot while he was said, he took the food and he fed them and all of the Sahaba they ate, and the narration starts off finishes off by saying, well almost have their own ofoma una Rajan. The group of people that came and ate that day were 70 or at men, they all came and ate.

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And the Sahaba learned this lesson of ethos, and they implemented amongst themselves, one of the greatest examples of ethos I find in the collection of Hadith. Actually, I'll share that with you in a moment. Let me share one more narration. I'll share that story. And then

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the other narration I want to share is from how they find the other week. He says that it was the Battle of Yarmouk the Battle of your book, anyone know where it occurred?

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During the conquest of Rome, it's like the staple battle, the main battle, if you don't remember any battle during the conquest of Rome, except for your book, that's enough for you. It's like the malby Hill fossils, the main battle of the walker so it could be a long one waited for that battle during his life, but passed away before the results came in and out of the long run during his closet and received the results and he's to cry every day making dua to Allah in Medina, as a halifa Allah give the Muslims victory and yet, so please guide others he says that, during the Battle of Yarmouk, I was looking for my cousin so I can give him some water.

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I saw my cousin and I asked him, What can I give you some water? So he said to me, yes, give me some water. He was lying on the down injured. So he says right what I was about to give him water for Roger yaku. There was another person not too long, far away. He was saying, Ah, he was crying and pain. So my shadow Avraham, me

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and Anthony de la he saw my cousin gesture to me saying, forgive me and go to that person and give him water.

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So this harvest is widget two who figured out who he shared with us? He said, I came there and I found it was shabbiness. So I said to him, can I give you some water? He said, Yes. Give me some water that what I was about to pour the water in his mouth. He said, I heard another man not too far away, saying Ah, he was also in pain. So he shouted to me go there. He said, When I came there for you to find out who are called Matt, when I came there, that third person had passed away photojojo illa. He Shankara who was mad, I came back to the Sham, he also passed away for a job to me, I then came back to my cousin forgot who I called him, but he also passed away. Each of them is at the

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brink of death. But they're still thinking of their brother, that person first that person first that person first. And I'll share with you the

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that one story. The one example I find that I think is unprecedented from the story of the companions. When it comes to ethos, I don't find any narration where I find ethos more than this. This level of ethos, even my brain can't process stories, some stories, you read them and you think, Okay, that makes sense. Maybe I could have done that. Maybe I could try to do that. But this is one incident of ethos that I tell myself if I was in those shoes, I don't think I'd ever be able to do it. You guys know which narration it is.

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Omar the last one on his deathbed.

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He taught his son our beloved Alma to go to Ayesha and asked if he could take her burial spot and be buried next to the puffs that allowed us to know.

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I should have preserved that spot for her. It was her father, her husband and her and I love it all when it came and asked. My father is asking to be

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Buried in your spot.

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I don't know how I shouted the alarm on her gave the answer she gave the level of he thought it was unreal. in her mind, she must have been thinking, Okay, you take my place and be as competitive in the world, because I'm going to be his companion for eternity agenda as a spouse. I don't know what she was thinking how she thought it. But she says to Alabama, I get permission to not have to be buried next to the Prophet.

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But when he came back, I'm only allowed one look at his justice. He said to Abdullah maybe she felt forced to give me permission, because I'm the leader. When I die go and ask her again. after I'm dead. If she says yes, then very mean extra profit. But if she says no, bury me with the Muslims, and they came a second time that I shall not have your loved one passed away. And I shall with your loved one at this time also said very much of the prophets of Allah Hadith, so none of us are gonna have to lie in his Yeah, he writes that he thought is of three levels.

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He says The first is to give your brother what you would give to your servant, meaning giving other people what you consider to be cordia what you would give to other people giving that in, in charity. The second is he says, you give him like you would give to yourself more than just a servant. You give that person more than that you give as you would give to yourself. And the third is he said you even prefer that person over yourself. And then mmm was adding up until it finishes off by saying and he thought so hot, so hot, that he thought is the highest level of generosity. So we take this lesson, this Hadith, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, one of you cannot be

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a true complete believer until he loves for his brother, what he loves for himself. Last, give us hearts that are generous, allows allow us to care for those that are struggling, suffering and struggling across the road. Allah subhanaw taala was to give preference to our massage of armor that is also part of that allow us to give in this cause for his sake, to the poor and needy to those that are struggling, those that are oppressed. Allah subhanaw taala give us hearts that pain with the pain of others that care for the struggles of others. Last pocket allow us to take joy in seeing others beating us and being ahead of us and Allah subhanaw taala give us the best in this world and

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give us the best in this in the hereafter. Well said a lot a lot. I see them how much ceremony