Stories of the Companions – Hafsah bint Umar

Hussain Kamani

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim Al Hamdulillah

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Al Hamdulillah. He woke up our salam ala diverticula. Dino Stouffer.

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Susana say he did a suitable hot meal NBA. La Liga. Ischia was hard to heal at the AMA bad

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the relationship that are sort of lost and Allahu alayhi wa sallam had with his companions

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was intimate and very special.

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And then the relationship that existed with some of the more senior companions, those that were very close to him.

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In particular, the four qualify that followed Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam, Abu Bakr Omar of man and ally, with one la Halima, Jermaine

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was even more special because they were brought into the family of the Prophet sallallahu ala he was

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on one side, you had a walkout and Amato the Allahu anha whose daughters the sort of loss that Allah Holly was sort of married

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so you that woman we need to show the hola Hi Anna. And see that when we mean have sort of the hola Juana.

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As for the other two with mono the hola Juan and Alia the hola Juan they became the son in law's of a sort of Lhasa Allah Allah He was salam with mana the hola Juan not marrying just one daughter of the Prophet of Allah. But after the older daughter passed away, he then went on to marry the younger daughter as well.

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Hence, earning the unique title of the new rain, the new rain, the one that possessed two lights, referring to the two daughters of a sort of loss of Allah, Allah he must

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have said of the Allahu anha was the daughter of Satan on one of them photogra The Allah one and also the great wife of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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The scholars differ on when exactly she was born, there's a difference of opinion among the scholars.

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Most of them claimed that it was seven years prior to Prophet.

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She was one of the first to accept Islam. She migrated

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to Abyssinia with her husband and then later on

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in

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migrated the second time to Madina Munawwara

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when she was in Madina, Munawwara her husband.

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Her name is Ben Hadassah Asami

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passed away, he participated with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the Battle of butter. However, he passed away from an injury that he sustained in Ohio

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after he passed away, see the dominoes fall but with the alarm on had a desire to have his daughter married again.

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She wasn't a lot of pain she missed her husband a lot she spent a lot of time crying and grieving so I'm going to the hola Juan went to his dear friends and companions for the proposal of marriage. He went to see the workers to do karate Allah one and made proposal of marriage. I will walk us through the Guardiola one refused

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he went to Earth manner the hola Juan and said would you like to marry my daughter with one of the hola one also refused

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this was difficult for him one of the hola one because these were friends of his and he was quite sure that they would be interested in establishing this relationship for them to be related to Omar the Allah one.

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They didn't say anything.

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He took his complaint to the suit Allah said Allah Allah was Solomon said O Messenger of Allah. I propose my daughter to Abu Bakr Siddiq or the Allah one and he did not show much interest and then I went off monitor the allaahu on the same thing. What's happening here? The visa alarm it was set him said you have to otherwise you will have SATA men who are hired on North man

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woman who are hired woman every worker that someone greater than of mine and I will Becca will find the companionship of half Saturday Allah Juana will be her spouse.

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Almighty Allah one didn't understand.

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And then Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam made the proposal himself.

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On what are the Allahu Allah was so overwhelmed and excited that where he hoped for a relationship with Abu Bakr Northman or the Allah one. The proposal came from Rasulullah sallallahu ala he was sitting

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and

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later on Abu Bakr Siddiq are the hola Juan said to him this was the reason why we said no because we had heard and then he said a long line It was sudden

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make an intention of marriage to your daughter Huff's out of the hola Juana and therefore creating a new bond and a new relationship between our sort of loss that Allah Allah He was salam, and say that I'm going to follow the Allah one

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Abu Bakr Siddiq or the Allahu on set falam icon laoshi sera Who will I will Taraka there's a watch to that as a watch to her that I had no intention of exposing the secret of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. If the Prophet of Allah had left her and left his intention, then I would have taken the honor of marrying your daughter, half side of the Allah Juana

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house out of the Allah Juana was just a few years older than her younger brother say that no amount of the Allah 116 years older, if no matter the Allah one we covered him previously, the close companion and the recent Allahu Allah He was the student of the province of Allahu Allah, he was salam, the one that became a teacher for the ummah. He had a special connection with the Prophet of Allah through His sister have some of the Allah Juana she would speak to the prophets of Allah Allah He was sitting on his behalf if you had a question, have some of the Allahu Ana was very observant of Rasulullah sallallahu ala he was sitting she studied in a piece of Allahu Allah was sitting very

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carefully like the other wives and therefore went on to narrate so many a hadith regarding the personal life of the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam how do we sort Allahu Ahad he was sitting with sleep, what maybe he said Allahu Allah He was sitting with make dua for how the prophets that Allahu alayhi wa sallam guided the Ummah on certain very specific matters. For example,

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she says, have sort of the Allahu anha the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, in Nila Allah Zhu Elia Hello now in sha Allah, a hudon Shahida bodhran Well, today via the Prophet of Allah said, that I have hope and Allah that any person who participated in the Battle of a battle of butter or her Davia shall not enter into the fire of hell. So have some of the Allahu anha she was a scholar of the Quran very knowledgeable. She then said O Messenger of Allah, you say none of them will enter into the fire of hell. But Did Allah azza wa jal not say what a min come Illa riddle Ha, that there is not one of you but they will have to pass by that fire of hell sort of money him.

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So what about this? So then have sort of the Allahu anha herself says that I heard the Prophet of Allah saying, the manual, Nigella the taco one a little volume in a few Hadji Thea following verse, sunnah Miriam 71 were immune Camilla to her Karna Allah Arabic Mahatma maglia and then the next verse, Allah azza wa jal says the man who Nigel Latina taco, we will protect and save those who are conscious of Allah subhana wa Tada that yes, people will pass by but Allah azza wa jal will protect his beloved ones, his servants his slaves, those that were loyal to him in the dunya. So they will not be affected by passing by in any way at all. Have some of the Allahu anha she says regarding

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their sort of loss of Allah Holly was said she studied the Prophet of Allah she had a very close eye on the Prophet of Allah, that the beast of Allahu alayhi wa sallam when performing Salah never sat down and prayed his salah.

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The prophets of Allah Almighty was sort of motto at Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam you suddenly Jellison had karma Cabela fatty Heba, Amin, amin,

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the Prophet of Allah never sat down or prayed Salah when he prayed Salah he prayed at standing just until the end of his life one or two years before then we began to see a sort of loss of Allah Allah He was started praying in a seated position that he Elia tell us that as an abuse of Allah it was said and grew older and aged, there was a knee pain that came into play. And so the prophets of Allah while he was Saddam, even when standing up from such that would lean against his arms, and he would push himself up the prophets of Allah Hatha he was Saddam would sit in a posture relieving some pressure from his knees even while insula

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have some of the hola Ana says that one day maybe sort of long it was sort of entered upon her and Takata it however in the era when you ordered a hash Shiva the prophets of Allah while he was at him came to have some of the Allahu Allah has home and she had been to Abdullah the Allahu Allah was there.

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She was doing some rokeya in that moment.

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The prophets of Allah Allah He was set him set to shift out of the Allahu anha I leave me her half SATA. This Rukia that you're doing, teach it to have Saturday, Allah Juana let her be a teacher of Rokia. Let her be a scholar of raffia she fabric Abdullah of the Allahu Ana was a very knowledgeable female companion. She was known among the companions as being someone who knew

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A lot. They say that she taught the other Sahaba how to read and write. She was very well versed in the Quran. There are these interactions that she thought of the Allah well Anna had would say that almost a tabula the Allah one and here we see as well the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says Does she follow the Allahu anha that teach this rakia to have some of the Allahu Anhu

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have said of the Allahu Allah hundreds

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from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that an abuse of Allah while he was at him sent ly a hillbilly in right into Minami la he will Liam will acid OB LA who are solely he and to hit the other megaton folk of wrath in Illa, Allah zilch, that it is not permissible for a female for a woman who believes in Allah and the Day of Judgment, that they mourn over the deceased person for more than three days unless it is a spouse. Because there we see that Allah azza wa jal tells us that the waiting period is much longer Autobot to Ashford and Washington for months and 10 days. This is an important lesson because among the Arabs, the Jahai practice was that when a person died,

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their family members would keep their memory alive through the act of mourning. And depending on how great that person was, they would have a greater show. So if a leader passed away, then everyone in the tribe would cry showing how important this person was how much that person meant to them. But this self inflicted trauma had a massive impact. It caused people in society to be broken, they would sing poetry about that person for years and years to come. And the wives to show their loyalty to their husbands would be expected by society to to camp out out there husbands graves. And as a result of this, all sorts of rituals came into play. Some were a direct a direct cause to further

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Schick. So when the sort of loss of Allamani he was sent him, brings Islam, there is this period where the prophet of Allah stops all of it.

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He says, no one will visit the grave. No female or no, no male, visiting the graveyard is off the limits for everyone.

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Why didn't it be said Allahu alayhi wa salam take the stance, the reason why the Prophet of Allah took the stance was to put an end to this custom and this practice. It was such a important part of Jiminy culture, and had such a big impact on the psychology of people, and also their faith, that our sort of loss of a lot is sudden, cold turkey, no more. And we see this in many practices that when something was so deeply embedded in society, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would suggest avoided, avoided avoided and then when the prohibition would come, there would be a strong No, like we see in common. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam not only forbade the Companions

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from consuming anything, intoxicating. On top of that the province of a lot of Saddam also said to them, you cannot even use the containers that you would previously drink from.

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You can't even use the containers because those containers, those bottles, that shape will remind you, so we're doing no to all of this. We're putting an end to it. And then later on the prophets of Allah, Allah He was sent him said, you can now use those containers that you were previously, you know, that you previously had and you stored your drinks and as long as you do not drink anything intoxicant, don't drink anything intoxicating, you can go back to using those containers. Similarly, when it comes to this issue of visiting the graveyards of Saud, allah sallallahu it was Saddam said, and we know that visiting the graveyards is an important part of our deen at hockomock MacArthur

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Hatha zumal macabre, because visiting the graveyard is a reminder of the temporary nature of this world. It's it's an opportunity for us to honor those that have left the dunya by giving them sit down, right.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said we're going to know how to command ZR OBOR. I used to privately previously prohibit you from visiting the graveyards

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for Zulu, ha, now go and visit them. That important cause that worry that concern that we had, we've dealt with it. The culture has come to an end, and alpha Zulu, and throughout the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam give many warnings that we're not reviving this. And unfortunately, we Muslims fall back into this trap. My mother Allah Muhammad said to me once that there are so many beautiful things about Muslims because she was a convert to Islam.

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She said I there's so many beautiful things about Islam as Muslims. But there's one thing that I don't understand about Muslims. Why do you copy Hindus in some of your practices? I was puzzled and I said, Mom, we don't there's nothing that Muslims copy or you know, Islam imitates Hinduism and what is this that you're that you're speaking of? She said, in our religion, when someone dies, we have all these rituals. You know, the third

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obey the fourth day, the seventh day of the 10th day, the 48th day, I see Muslims doing all of this again. Why is that? What I saw there, I see here. Immediately I said to her mama, all these practices that you see Muslims doing have nothing to do with Islam. They have nothing to do with Islam. In Islam, when a person passes away, we honor them by giving them the most pristine burial. We do also for them, we give them cuff and we walk with them to the burial ground, we bury them, we make dua, we do Salah to janazah on them, right. And then after that person is buried, we then make dua for them and give something on their behalf and a person who grieves and mourns them. The

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us for three days, that's permissible, then after that, you have to move back to life. Now, that doesn't mean three days later, you have to forgive them. That doesn't mean three days later, you can't cry for them anymore. That's a part of the human experience that we we recover from our emotions in different ways. But when there's sort of law said a law, why it was set up says there's no grieving after three days, what we're what we are actually taught is that now you have to start making an effort to recover. Maybe the first three days you spend them at home, if that's what you need to do. But the fourth day, you got to go grocery shopping. The fourth

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day, you need to go fill up your gas. The fourth day, you need to go back to the masjid and start praying so login. Yes, it's hard. It's not easy.

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Our dear imam in Dallas, one of our dear imams in Dallas, I won't say his name.

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He buried his daughter. He buried his daughter earlier in the day. And by muguet Uppsala, he was standing in the budget leading them in Jamaica.

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The whole congregation was in tears. Everyone was in tears because they knew that this man just buried his own daughter, his teenage daughter, he just buried her today.

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And he stood there and let them and move it up Salah he's in tears the whole congregation is in tears that you slowly start recovering, you move on. Otherwise, if you stay in that memory and you and you bury yourself in that pain, you can't recover. Have some of the Allahu anha narrates his beautiful hadith of Nabi SallAllahu sallam, why did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam focus this on the women because they were the leaders in this cultural practice. It was almost culturally expected of them that you have to cry more, you have to do extra. The prophets have a lot of cinema saying do your bit but then you have to start recovering. The recovery process must be there.

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Another narration from half some of the Allama Anna she says the prophets that Allamani was sitting when he would come to bed either our either our ELA philosophy whether if the whole unit at the heart D when he would lie down to sleep, he would place his right hand under his cheek.

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He replaced his right hand under his cheek lukol. And then he would say or be teeny either Becca yo Matoba three Badak Thalassa he will say three times Oh Allah, protect me from your punishment on the day your servants shall be resurrected. Or law protect me from your punishment on the day. Your servants shall be resurrected. Oh Allah, protect me from your punishment on the day, your servants shall be resurrected. Now from this relearn the other of sleeping, and how in one narration she actually further elaborates on the same point. She says, maybe so Allah Ani was sitting with us his right hand for noble things, when he would eat anything that he was doing that had virtue to it, he

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was using his right hand for that. And if he did something that required cleaning, if the prophets of Allah who it was said and did something that may or may had some filth involved or a little dirt involved for that he would dedicate his left hand showing us the attention that Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gave two things, everything had some detail to it, everything had a process to it. And until you don't, you know, this is a side note, when you start studying the life of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and going through the Sunnah and see how everything had at the demon sequence. When using the bathroom when waking up when doing will do everything had a sequence Rasulullah saw

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Sam did will do in a particular sequence and he did it in that sequence his entire life. He did lucid in particular way those that saw him perform also from his family members attest to the LsIl being the same person every time. The sword allah sallallahu Sallam prayed Salah it wasn't that same sequence. And throughout his life, you'll see this the way he ate the way he sat. Yes, sometimes the prophets of Allah who it was sent him what step out of that routine by Yan and Lil jervois. To let people know that this wasn't necessary, it wasn't mandatory. And this 30 the sequence that existed in the life of a sort of Lhasa allottee cinema is fascinating. Some years back, I used to teach a

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class. It was called a day in the life of the prophet.

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And the idea behind that class was to take the audience and the student through

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through what a 24 hour day of sort of loss of Allah Juana he was sort of looked like. And there were certain parts of the day that were very structured. It was very predictable what Rasulullah sallallahu cinema doing was doing. And there were other parts of the day that were kind of more flexible. Sometimes the Prophet said Allah didn't set them would be in the souk in the market. Other times you would be with family members, sometimes you'd be sitting with the women of Madina, Munawwara to solve their issues or to answer their questions. Like it was something that the professor said I'm gonna do, depending on what was needed of him in that moment.

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And one comment that I would always make while teaching that class was from the day of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam one lesson that you can walk away with is a lesson of 30

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that everything had a sequence, it had a process. And this shows us that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam didn't do things faultlessly. When he did something, even if it was something like putting a shirt on putting the lower garment on, putting his footwear on, it was with intention, it was with purpose. And it's at this point that when a person does something with purpose, and with a tee with the right sequence consistently, that they then start finding meaning and what they do, and they then go on to perfect that.

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Whether it's hot, or hot at all, studying that you then get better and better and better at it. But when a person wakes up in the morning, and they don't know what their TVs, they don't know what their sequences

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that causes them, that trickles down and makes a mess of their day. And then by extension makes a mess of their life. You need to find your team, you need to find what is it that your routine entails. Last night when my son Mohammed was going to sleep, I said this to him again, that better I want you to work on your morning routine, whatever that entails, you figure it out. But I need you to work on it, I need you to know what your routine is. Does your routine start by using the washroom, then maybe changing, then maybe brushing your teeth, then maybe doing your boo boo, then heading back to your bed and fixing your bed followed by Fajr salaah, then some recitation of the

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Quran, then changing into your school clothes, having your breakfast heading off and sitting in the car waiting for your mother to arrive. That might be your sequence. And if that's your sequence, followed every day, make that your time that you wake up, if you're supposed to wake up at 5:30am, you shouldn't wake up at six, you shouldn't wake up, wake up at 630 You should wake up at

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5:30am That's your 13. And when a person creates this discipline in life,

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you no longer even need an alarm clock. Is this true?

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Even if there's no alarm set, there's an internal clock that wakes you up. It's time for you to start moving, you got to get up you got to move.

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But for this 13 You need some discipline, you need to see the value in it, you must understand how this benefits you. And it has benefits on so many levels. When you fulfill the tasks that you know are necessary for a particular part of the day. You begin to then have confidence in yourself that I can actually execute something from beginning to end. Then all the things that I did make me strong in believing in myself. My mind is now clear that I accomplished things that needed to be done nothing left behind is a mess. I didn't skip my responsibilities. The prophets of Allah who it was Saddam had the theme and everything. And this the second part of the statement of Hassan of the

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Allahu Allah this teaching this rewire from outside of the Allah mana, that after the Prophet sallallahu sallam was ready to go to sleep and his hand was in the right place. That's probably the last thing most of us do before we go to sleep, that adjustment of arms. You know, people have their different ways of sleeping once you adjust your arms now you're ready to go to sleep. But she says once He adjusted his arms, he didn't just go to sleep.

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He didn't just plop his eyes closed and

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it'd be so awesome ended it all by Rob Bertini other Baca. Yamata Bathory Badak what's a dua Oh Allah, protect me from your punishment on that day, your servants shall be resurrected.

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So you know we need to have some of the Allah hon hundreds. That one time it was sort of lost that Allah Allah He was Saddam was sitting with me. The halali Yo Rasul Allah said along while he was sitting that the Yeoman

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and his garment was you know, was properly on the he had the garment half on, already said with family, sometimes your arm may be exposed a little bit, your your path may be a little higher than you would normally have if you were in a public gathering.

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And worker citygo The Allah Juan, he came to the house he sought permission the Prophet of Allah gave permission, say that Abu Bakr Siddiq or the Allah one, he came in what a pseudo Allah Allah HASD the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam made no adjustment of his garment he didn't, you know, enter into a state of formality.

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So much oh my god, that didn't fit in Allah Who Rasulillah salam ala Haiti.

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See The Honorable Tabata de Allah Juan came, he sought permission to be sort of La Hana he was salam granted him the permission. He then sat in front of the Prophet of Allah and the Prophet of Allah may no change at all. Well, and that's something that's hobby and then a few other people came to for me you know that homage ah Ali Yoon yesterday no for adding Allahu Rasulillah here it says an ally to the Allah one also was in that gathering, the Prophet of Allah remain seated in his same position. Thumb Zhao with modern mouth fire infested their fifth agenda who Thumbelina No, see the North man or the Allah one came, he sought permission from sort of lost that alarm. It was sort of

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mended his garment he fixed it. And then he gave him permission

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for that facade and for Maharajah, there was some conversation that pursuit ensued and then after that, they left I asked my messenger of Allah that all these other people came knocking on eco bucket in Walmart huali When so many minutes how becau one Tala? Hey Attica Welcome to Harvard fella Medaka oath man who that little throwback that all these people came in you made no movement you left your garment the way it was, but when off mom came, you fix your garment. Why is that? A sort of loss, I'm said II meant the style minimal melodica. Should I not be modest in front of the one that even the melodica are shameful of the melodica looked down with Orth, mono, the low one, they

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have a special level of modesty from him because of the way he carries himself. And this shows us you know, a lesson that

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unzila NASA Zillow home that everyone has something special.

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The way you dress in front of your friends may not be the way you dress in front of your teacher. The way you dress in your bedroom may not be the way you dress in front of your parents when I was young, like all the kids that were young, we used to like wearing like, you know, basketball shorts a little more comfortable when you're at home and kind of you know, wear some shirt. And I remember every time I came into the main room where my dad was, if he saw me wearing shorts, that was the end of it.

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There was going to be a half an hour lecture he would probably swim to see if he can hit me. And then he would say something like, you know, what are you doing you monkey John want to go Go get changed. And he would say you know like you're in front of your parents go fix your clothes. And wearing clothes like that at a mealtime was unimaginable. Because there wasn't, there was a special honor for food culturally, you know, that you don't eat like this. You dress a particular way when you come to the table or when you sit on the ground to eat when you go to the masjid. You know, every time we would walk out for salon time, our parents would say to us that you know fix your

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clothes, go put something nice on go put some etron because there is a place in time for everything.

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How some of the Allahu Ana also has some very fascinating interactions with her father.

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She not only narrates from a sort of loss of a lot of setup and observes some practices and narrates them from the other companions but she has these interesting interactions with her father to have some of the Allahu anha noticed that while her father was Khalifa. He didn't engage in any of the luxuries of being a Khalifa. There was wealth available. The Roman Persian Empire had been conquered. I mean, we're talking about millions and billions worth of wealth arriving now in Madina Munawwara it was easy for Amara, the hola Juan to indulge a little. She saw that her father did it. So then she one day approached her father and said, God God Akbar Allahu Allah Hydra. Allah has

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caused good to be in abundance now. Well, Osiris and he has expanded for us the sustenance Pharaoh occulta Tom and Eliana min Tomic will RTFM in Tomica. While I miss the Thoe been alien, I'm in phobic is not appropriate. Isn't that okay? Now for you to eat something better? Why don't you drink something better? How about we get you in some to some nicer clothes. She's speaking to her father, her father is now an old person. He is a muted, meaning she's seen the grind of her father's life. And you can imagine the love and the compassion that this daughter has for her Baba and says, Come on, man. We have so much available Why don't you change it up a little bit?

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Say that Alma Baba, the Allah one.

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He said to her, you were the wife of Rasulullah sallallahu. And he was

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telling me how did the Prophet of Allah eat? She went silent.

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You were his wife. Tell me about his drink.

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She had nothing to say.

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How some of the long line may have remembered that one day, when we said a lot. He said and visited her the mat that the Prophet of Allah would sleep on the sheet that he slept, he slept on that little blanket in order to bring more comfort to the Prophet of Allah, instead of just folding your once. One time she folded it twice.

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That morning sort of lost that a lot of some overslept a little and then he said, the softness of the bed caused us to be delayed in our prayer.

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This is sort of

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Last night, a lot of student who found it uncomfortable to sleep on a platform that had been folded one time extra. So he continued he said, Tell me about the prophets of Allah Hollywood cinemas clothes. Tell me about his house. You were his wife told me about his furniture. And he continued addressing her and for masala you the Kealoha McAfee hero Sudha Lhasa Lhasa Mercado Hatha UPCA

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he took her so deep into the memory of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that she started crying. She broke out into tears. That yes, that was a sort of loss of a lot he was.

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Then he said

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I had two friends

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on one of the loved ones that I had two friends

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in the hookah Annalisa he Barney,

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Salah Qatari

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and they treaded a path while they were alive.

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We're in the in select to Leila today at Hema SULI kabhi Hirota De Lima if I choose a path other than theirs in this world, what if I am separated from them on the path in the hereafter?

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I want to be with him in the hereafter. Abu Bakr and Rasulullah sallallahu

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and the way I'm going to do that is by sticking to their example in this dunya

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what aim Allah little sharekhan the Houma fie Mythri Aisha Hema a Shaheed while our Leonardo ma Houma Aisha Hama Rahi

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by Allah I will continue to join them in a tough life. So then we can enjoy the luxurious one together as well.

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have started the hola Juana has this conversation with her father. She then goes on to say in another narration that I heard my father making dua My Baba used to make one vlog Allahumma ne Shahadat and feasability wa jal mo te fi Bella Eurosonic that I heard my father saying, Oh Allah, grant me martyrdom in your path

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and make my death in the city of your beloved prophet Sallallahu. Ana, he wasn't.

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I mean, that's got to do a toll on you that's got to do a number on you like in a good way, that you hear your father making dua for shahada that you hear your father saying that oh Allah give me death in the city of Rasool Allah that Allah Allah said, Have you learned a lesson from that

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have sort of the Allahu anha

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was very close to me and I should have the alarm run out as CO wives.

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And this had some interesting consequences.

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When I share the hola hola Anna how to plan something, whether it was against some of the other co wives or if she had anything that she was trying to accomplish, she would include half side of the Alana.

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On one of the Hola, Juan, when he saw this dynamic,

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he said to have side of the Allahu anha

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that this alliance of yours is good and also tricky. It's good because it was good people. But it's also tricky because you have to understand that if whatever it is that you're scheming or planning as a part of your you know, personal affairs, your marital life, if it doesn't work out,

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I should have the Allah who is very dear, and the most beloved of his wife sort of sort of lost a lot of cinnamon. And not only that, but her father is so special to the Prophet of Allah, that there is no scenario that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would ever say anything to her or her father.

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And then he said to his daughter, Hafsa, your father isn't the same as her father.

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And your relationship with Rasulullah Salallahu Salam is special, it's good, it's nice, but it's not the same as I shouted the alarm on us. So be careful that an act of yours doesn't cause hurt to the sort of loss and allottee

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because if something you say or do, invokes the anger of the messenger of allah sallallahu it was them the outcome of that will be the anger of Allah subhana wa Tada and we are no place to be under the anger of Allah and his little Suzzallo it was almost a matter of the Allah one was very careful around the prophets of a lot of Saddam, the way he spoke the way he carried himself and he would warn his daughter hops out of the alumni now to be careful.

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There's this long narration that you can find in the Hadith books part parts of it exists in Sahih Muslim and then within the other Hadith collections as well.

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It's the dy of zoete from Satana if not bus with the hola one this is a long narration. I'm going to try to cover as much as we can in this class while kind of breezing through other parts of it

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I didn't Ambassador the hola Juan Carla lamb zaharie son an SLR O'Meara Anil attainment as version Nebby Latini Akkad Allahu taala. Into tuba it Allah He forgot Surat Kuma

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season of love na bus of the Allahu on sin.

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I had a desire to ask him out of the Allahu one regarding the two people that were addressed in Surah Hareem in that fourth verse, In the toolbar it Allah He forgot Sadhguru bukhoma were interval Hara Allah He for in Allahu Allahu Allahu wa Gibidi Lusardi meaning

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Allah subhanho wa Taala was addressing two of the wives and the reason Allahu Allah was set up in this fourth verse of SUTA Faheem if not Abbas at the Allah one had a desire to ask Almighty Allah one,

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Hatha Hajj or Umrah Hajj to Mao

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I waited and waited for the opportunity to ask him he didn't ask why. Because the common interpretation was the I was referring to half set of the Allahu anha. And who is she? On? What are the Allahu ons daughter? He didn't know if he was crossing the line by asking if that I bet is calling them to do Toba was referring to his own daughter. And then on to the Allahu Allah was who he was. So he says that I had this fear and I didn't want to cross any lines. I waited for my opportunity. We went Froch while we were doing Hutch

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OH MY GOD, ALLAH Juan stepped aside to use the washroom. And when it came time for him to do with who for suck up to Allah, Allah day, I poured the water of Hulu for him and while I was pouring the water of Hulu and he was doing with who I said yeah I mean I mean, Manila attainment as well as in Nabi electonic. God Hola Hola. Hola. In the toolbar it alive I got some hot glue coma.

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That who were those two women while in the middle of whether we asked him what's the seat of this aisle? And then one narration he said to Amara, the Allah one that I waited one year to ask this question and I didn't because I was worried that it may upset you. So in that narration on what are the alarm one said to him, never fear me. If you have a question asked, as long as I know the answer, I will give it to you.

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So I'm going to the Allah one.

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He said Wow. jevelin loca Yeah, yep. nobis

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what amazement, such amazement for you, Oh, son of our bus, you ask a question like this. And then he said, Here Hafsa to Aisha.

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That is that I was talking about? Only we need to have some of the Allah one and I show the Amana. Now, what does this is talking about? What's the backdrop context of this verse? There are two sets of singers that are present. There's one tafsir, which is more common in the more savvy one. The narration can be found in this heat collections, body and wisdom. And then there's the second sphere of that verse, which is more weaker, and also

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potentially could be viewed as somewhat problematic as well. So I'm not going to engage in the second one, I'm just going to focus on the moreso one and the more authentic one. The new idea is, I shutter the Allahu Anhu I noticed that maybe some Allahu Allah who was sent him was spending more time with one of her co wives, Xena, but of the Allah Juana.

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And the reason why he was spending more time there is because every time the Prophet of Allah came to visit, Xena but of the Allahu anha she made it a practice to offer the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam one of his favorite drinks and the prophets favorite drink was

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met with bad molasses, some cold water mixed with honey like you guys might have Kool Aid or tango, something nice and sweet mixed in there. He would drink it. And you know, she would take her time and making the drink the profit that alone isn't would wait and then he would serve it and he would also cherish the drink. I showed her the hola hola. And I noticed that there's something going on here. And she didn't like it. So she said to have said of the hola Juana here's what we're going to do. We're going to tell the Prophet of Allah, that there is a smell emerging from him.

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And then he saw some did not like any sort of smell or foul smell because he would interact with melodica so he would avoid consuming anything that had a foul set to it.

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The promise that a lot of sudden came to visit them and they said O Messenger of Allah there's a smell coming from you as if some kind of a bitter you know stench of you saw some said no, I just had honey they said well, maybe something where honey I don't know if something's off with that honey, maybe it's like from some bootleg Farmers Market honey.

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Sort of sort of loss and I'm then taken took an oath that will lie here. I will never have that drink again.

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Oh, yeah, you wouldn't be Ulema to hurry mama Hello hola hola. Tabitha Remo Bata as logic will logo for Rahim Allah azza wa jal revealed the verse that why do you prohibit on yourself that which Allah has made Hala? One thing is that a person says that I won't eat something like I don't like.

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Liver for example, I don't like kidneys. I don't like eating intestines. I don't like eating tongue. I don't like eating brain.

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You can avoid eating whatever you want to but the other is that you take an oath Well, Allah He I won't eat this or It's haram upon me. You can't make something haram haram. A person doesn't like eating meat. Don't eat it. Meat is haram okay, but he calmed down. Right? That's not true. Rather Allah azza wa jal says in the Quran at the establishment a lady who has an ability who

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you can't go around changing the rulings of Islam.

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If something is hard on its head and if you don't like it, don't do it.

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If you like it go ahead.

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Lima to hurry mama because Musa Salam is also Sharia.

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Sharia is based off of the Hakama the prophets of Allah Allah He was the doing of newbie salsa them

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WW Mala as logic.

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So it was regarding this incident that the eye of the Quran was revealed in pseudonym.

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So now we go back to that narration of ignore bus with the Allah one

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Imams, he narrates the whole narration as I was mentioning one time what happened is so on one of the Allah one actually played a role and have some of the Allahu Anna's life as a father even after she was married.

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One time Oh my God, Allah one was at home with one of his wives and Madina, Munawwara and she was that two of them have got like into a sort of a passionate conversation. So a lot of the Allahu on said to his wife that Why are you giving it you know, why are you so excited about a conversation that has little to do with you? The women in our time did not do this. He was referring to the Mexican culture that in Macomb Akarma women had a different role in the household and in society. And if the if the if the head of the household made a decision that was that didn't directly impact everyone that was final that was their decision to make. So he said to his wife that Why are you

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engaging with me like this? So she said,

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Well, the wives is a prophet of Allah do the same so we're just following their footsteps.

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I'm going to the Allah one said, What do you mean? You're saying that the wives of the Prophet of Allah they speak to the Prophet of Allah with their voices raised?

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She said, go ask your daughter

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so I'm what are the Allah one came to have Saturday Allah Juana?

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And

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he asked her what's going on here? Is this true? So have some of the Allahu anha said Yeah, it's true. When we speak to the Prophet of Allah, things could you know they can find their own flow?

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Home or the law one told her I told you not to do these things. They can have a very negative outcome, the hub of Allah and His messenger. He went to Santa Marta, the Allahu anha. And he said the same thing to him. That you know, what is this that you guys I hear that you guys speak like this to the prophets that a lot of you have said I'm Is this true? salam ala the Allahu anha. She says to him, that it's better that you don't get involved in the personal affairs of Rasulullah sallallahu it was Saddam and his wives. So he gets shut out on one of your loved one and just

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he's lost for words. The province of Allahu Allah He was Saddam was stationed in an area in a room. So he went immediately and to meet and to be said, Allahu Allah, he was salam.

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He couldn't enter into the room because there was a doorkeeper some narrations tell us this was built out of the alarm one that was stationed outside. Oh my God, Allah one sought permission. The doorkeeper said the messenger of a lot. It's not taking any visitors right now. He said when again and he said, Man, tell him it's O'Meara. So he went back and told the prophet of Allah Allah. The Prophet said a lot of them said Okay, call them

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say that Ahmed. Baba, the Allah one entered.

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Oracle forgot Edina like further Hulu for salam to Allah rasool Allah.

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I give salam to Rasulullah sallallahu. For either who thank you and Allah Romley has eaten but after a few Jambi when there is loss of Sami he sat up, and the marks of the straw man that he was laying against, had impressed into his arm imprinted

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on one of the Alon one, he just came out and asked the main question at the lumberyard, or sort of La NYSAC or messenger of Allah. We've heard that there's been some dispute between you and your wives. Did you divorce them?

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Fair enough. All right. So who Illya or Kyla Lawson raised his head to me and he said, No, I haven't

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For close to Allahu Akbar, Amara, the Allah one started celebrating. He was happy and relieved because his wife, his daughter wasn't divorced from Rasul Allah loves him, he was worried about this, by the way, half son of the Allahu anha.

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Due to an interaction with Musa Allahu Allah, he was set up in something that she did that cause, you know, displeasure to the Prophet of Allah.

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Let you know, there was an interaction that she had with maybe some a lot of some that has to do with their marriage that resulted in the Prophet of Allah actually divorcing her.

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But a sort of loss of a lot of them actually did give up some of the law, Juana and divorce. And then not too long later, the Prophet said a lot of cinnamon came back and smiled at her, and he revoked that divorce. And she said, what happened? He said, Do you realize that um, came to me, and he said to me, in the hustle woman, a woman, she worships Allah and she fast she is beloved to Allah. It is not appropriate, take her back into your Nikka sort of sort of loss that Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he revoked that the lock and she entered back into the marriage of Rasulullah sallallahu and he was set up. So now you come to this story on what are the hola Juan he says Allahu Akbar Al

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Hamdulillah and then he says a messenger of Allah.

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in Makka, moo karma, things are different. Men had a stronger role in the household

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could not Marshal a coalition Coleman Natalie bernisa For llama Cardinal Medina, Tijuana Coleman, Dudley Boone, Lisa home, but now we've arrived in Madina, Munawwara. And here in the household, the women play a strong role. It's a different culture, a different environment. And it's fascinating if you think about this, because in Madina Munawwara, the major trade for the Muslims, there was farming and agriculture, which is a family affair. Everyone chips in together, you work together, you earn together, you live together. So it's a different dynamic in that in that sort of a household versus in Macomb, Oklahoma, it was mostly to Java, which required long suffering, which

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was mostly something that men did. So therefore, because they were the sole breadwinners, and these are the people that were earning for the family. And the women mostly managed to manage the domestic affairs of the health household, their influence on the relationship and on the decisions made, were also different. They were in accordance to that. So he makes this observation and he says a messenger of Allah, things in Macomb eurycoma were different things in Madina, Munawwara are are different. The prophets of Allahu Allah He was certain when he heard this and saw this observation of all metal the alarm when he smiled he said yes, Ahmed and Maka things were different. And this

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was the first time the Prophet Allah some smiled in days since the whole conflict started. It had been a long time since he saw that sort of loss of law it was

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it's a long narration, but to kind of jump to the end of it. When amo the hola Juan was getting ready to leave for a fire to ROTC Phil Beatty for Allah Hemara a to fee he che and Euro duel Basara in LA Harbin threaten that I when it was time for me to leave, I looked around the room that the Prophet of Allah was sitting in, and there was nothing in that room except for three skins there were three leather skins there, that was it. And when he walked into the room, the prophets that Allamani was set up, just set up. And there were there were these marks in his arm from the mat that he was lying down on. And for Omar the Allahu on this was an overwhelming sight. Because he saw the

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Prophet of Allah going through so much emotionally. He knew of the spiritual sacrifice of the Prophet of Allah. And here he sees how it'll suit Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam didn't live like a king. Because in our world, when people gain access to fame, when people give back gain access to wealth, their life changes. Their house changes their car changes what they dress, where they go, who they hang out with all of that changes. You're no longer to sleeping on a mattress, you now have a pillow cushioned mattress, it's memory foam. Now it can go up and down. You know, there are these features attached to it. And he's looking at the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and even

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though he is the head of state, he is the leader of the Muslims. There are companions who have great wealth and if by one instruction, you know he could he could benefit from that and they would do it with honor. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the prophets of Allah, Allah wa salam never took anyone's wealth.

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He lived like a poor person. So in that moment, overwhelmed and emotion, say that oh my God, Allah Juan, set your sword Allah or the Allah USA Allah ematic forgot the wasa Allah. Allah Allah is our room or whom Leia will do and Allah,

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the Messenger of Allah, why don't you pray to God that he make our affairs easier and give us wealth and abundance? Do you not see how the Roman and Persians live in luxury because we went to Roman Persia palaces

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thrones entourage gowns, buffets, you know servants and lines and lines of soldiers. It was a whole different vibe and in Madina, Munawwara mud homes in Madina Munawwara everything was simple and easy. When the Persian general came to negotiate with say that Omar Tabata the hola Juan, he was amazed to see the leader of the Muslims, the man at whose command the Roman and Persian Empire collapsed. He was amazed to see that leader, that student of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sleeping on dirt.

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Amazed The guy came from the Persian Empire he's used to the White House a Senate he's used to people traveling and limousines and Air Force One and immediately put me in lies on dirt.

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Just just couldn't believe it. And he asked why are there no guards here? Why is no one guarding him? They said, Well, how come to adult fun into I'm into

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that you because the man's just the reason why he lives in pieces because he's just and people want him to stay in power. People are happy with him. He listens to people. You know, when I'm gonna the last one was stabbed. The first thing that he asked was that a Muslim who stabbed me. He said no, it was someone else. He said I'm humbled that I did not oppress anyone and someone came to seek revenge against me, that man who did stab me, he had his own problems and he raised his concerns of that individual in his presence in Madina Munawwara that person shouldn't have been in Madina Munawwara to even start with.

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So he made this observation, the prophets of Allah while he was sitting was lying down first of all, Janice and he sat up right away, and he said, a fish shakin and they have not heard Bob or Ahmad Are you in some doubt?

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Well, that you could call him an orgy that led him to EBA to Phil highlighted dunya. They are a people that Allah gave them their luxuries in the world. You shall find your luxuries in the hereafter. It's okay to not have all the wealth of the world. It's okay to live humbled to live simple. You'll focus on other things in life. I know having more wealth is a dream for us all. Who doesn't want it? Who doesn't want to have more luxuries in their life? Everyone does. That's true. But if those luxuries come while you can continue to be a positive contributor to humanity society and have a strong relationship with your Allah, that great that's happening.

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But if those luxuries come at a cost, if they come at a cost of you not being able to dedicate time to your Creator, you're not able to serve humanity, that you lose your soul in the process that now you're scheming and you're lying and you're cheating and stealing from other people.

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Then from our perspective, it's not worth it.

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And that's a religious perspective. For a person who doesn't believe they won't be able to ever understand this perspective

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because we wait for that reward in the hereafter we're okay with sacrificing this well for unbelievers sacrifice is easy because I know that what I give up in this world there's something waiting for me an equal or better inshallah even the better in the hereafter whether it's wealth whether it's time you know, any sacrifice that I make

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have some of the Alana Alana

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she passed away in the year 41 Haiti the year that has some of the hola Juan may truce with with why we are low on mom Welcome home to La Yanni says that it was in the year 45 PGD.

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Marwan the Valley of Madina, Munawwara the governor of Medina, let her janazah prayer.

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She was buried in the graveyard of

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one little house at two and a Senate and of de la Sara Tomasi tuna Sen. And she was either 60 years old or 63 years old. May Allah subhanahu wa elevate her MACOM Allah's wouldn't allow us to learn from her story.

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Again, many lessons that we learned from have some of the low Anna from the narrations to her personal life. To Alma the Allah Juan's lessons and his observations. This family was a Mubarak family and they left so much for us. May Allah azza wa jal elevate their McCollum and make their graves into gardens of Paradise and allow us to benefit from their companionship in the hereafter. Well, son, Allahu Allah, send them home with ceremony.