40 Ahadith of Imam An-Nawawi 09 – Submission To Revelation

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Hussain Kamani

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On the authority of Abu Hurayrah (ra):
I heard the Messenger of Allah say, What I have forbidden for you, avoid. What I have ordered you [to do], do as much of it as you can. For verily, it was only the excessive questioning and their disagreeing with their Prophets that destroyed [the nations] who were before you. [Bukhari & Muslim]

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Rahim al hamdu Lillah

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Allahu Akbar Ramadan

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Susana pseudo pseudo hortonville ambia while early in Ischia was having he left the Ummah back. So today inshallah we're starting with halleck number nine from the 40 Hadith collection of mana with

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him

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and have you heard authority Allah Juan Carlos America rasulillah he said a lot while he was selling your cool

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man I hate to come on who legit any Whoo hoo Amar to come up to Minho. masataka face intimate helical lady in the middle publikum katroo de masa Elohim vasila for whom Allah and via him

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to Muslim.

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So this hadith is narrated by Abu huraira the last one he says that I heard the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam see what I have forbidden you for what I have forbidden for you avoided. And what I have ordered you to do, do it as much as you can. For barely, it was only the excessive questioning and they're disagreeing with their prophets that destroyed the nations who were before you. The Hadith is narrated by Mahatma Gandhi, anyone wants to move to LA yadi.

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So as you can tell this Hadeeth it brings out some very interesting and very important discussions. And the most important theme in this hobby is the importance of submission to Revelation, understanding the authority of Revelation. But before we get to the text itself, let's spend a few moments discussing the narrator of this.

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The narrative this Hadeeth is commonly known as a Boolean or the last one, he is a dosi. Man.

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His original name is something that is disputed amongst the scholars greatly. There are so many opinions on what his original name is. And the reason why he's unknown by his original name is because the purpose of the law while he was sitting gave him his title and therefore after that everyone referred to him by that type. Another reason is because he wasn't originally from Medina, Manila. So his lineage wasn't known he was Yemeni. And he comes to Medina Managua and then accept Islam and then stays in Medina when Allah and right when he comes the Prophet sallallahu wasallam addresses him with a beautiful, cute name. And everyone then decides You know what, let's just call

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him by this name moving forward.

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So amongst the names that have been attributed to him, some scholars say his name was Abdullah. Some say his name was on the other say his name was buddy. Some say that his name was Hunnam. Others say his name was Ahmad. Some say his name was said. Others claim his name was obeyed the most common name attribute to him which seems to be the most authentic that even in my heart that he uses while making reference to him is Abdul Rahman. Abdul Rahman been suffer suffer with a salt of the earth man and suffer.

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He was named Abu huraira by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam because the purpose of the law while he was Adam saw him one day, and in his sleeve, he was carrying a kitchen and what he means a small kitchen. So when the purpose of the lahardee was sort of saw this man carrying this kit and the puffs that allow it was sent him said, This person is a father of kittens. It's interesting because kittens haven't only been beautiful for the past 20 years they've been they've been cute and beautiful for a very long time. They've been trending on YouTube for way, way, way long time ago. And the loved one was that companion who had these kittens with him and he was very he cared for

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this animal in this creation of Allah subhana wa Tada. Someone's probably wondering how did he fit it into a sleeve? In my sleeve? I can hardly fit a slice of pizza and then how did this guy fit a whole kitten in there. So the reason is because it was common for students of knowledge and travelers to have long sleeves. And the reason why they would have these long sleeves is because they wouldn't keep pockets were not so common. So what they would do is they would have long sleeves and inside there's thieves that will put books and they will then grab the edge of their sleeve with their fingers and carry the books like this. Earlier today I was teaching the students a hoodie and

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it was regarding the printing

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of virtue, the virtue of patience when you face difficulty. So one of the words using the Hadeeth was that when a person loses something that he was carrying in his sleeve, and one of the students asked Jeff, why would someone be carrying something in their sleeve so I had to explain the reason is because people would also carry their cash in their sleeve, but they would carry their product and their sleeve. And you know, sometimes you have your wallet in your pocket, but if you just misplace it, so you'd be carrying something in your sleeve, but then accidentally what would happen? You'd misplace it. So the purpose of the law why they would send them says you will be rewarded even

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for that misplaced credit card. Even that misplaced ID you had or the misplaced product you had in your pocket or in your sleeve, you will be rewarded for that to

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his mother's name, as narrated by a blue placenta Ronnie was maimunah been savvy.

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He was added on him along with data states that

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his original name was Abdullah and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the one who named him. Abu Who are you wrong?

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Now I will enter the loved one, as we all know, is the one companion who narrates more than any other hobby hands down. Okay, he narrates the most narrations from the prophets that allamani was sent him.

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And he doesn't only narrate from the parts that allamani was sent him, he also narrates from certain companions of the Prophet that allamani was to them. And this is a common theme, by the way, younger companions, the narrate abundantly, don't always narrate from the purpose of the lohani was some directly, some of them were only young kids when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam passed away. And it was impossible for them to learn so many ahaadeeth so what they would do is that after the purpose of allowing to seven passed away, they would go to different companions that were alive, and they would learn how to turn them directly. And then when they would narrate sometimes what they would do

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is they would make direct attribution to the puffs that a lot while he was in them, and the reason why they would make direct attribution to the puffs that along with some that I heard this from the Prophet of Allah, even though they didn't hear directly they may have heard it through our companion is because they wanted to show their closest to the puffs that allamani was, they wanted to gain that proximity to the purpose of allowing them and by skipping the name of a narrator, knowing that that person's name who they have skipped is a hobby and the one narrating the Hadees because it's a hobby does not create any weakness in the tradition at all. Because it's a hobby or just we don't

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doubt their authenticity at all. The ones name they're skipping is also a hobby and they're just and we don't doubt their, their their authenticity at all. Therefore, they will be trustworthy all the way through. So amongst the companions that I'm putting out are the Allahu wa narrates from

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he narrates from a book of study Guardiola one on one of the last one with sound one of your loved one is one of the love Ana father had been our busca de la one, God, and other companions. There are many of them that he studies from now where he studied for many Sahaba, including the purpose of the law of sowing first and foremost and Sahaba as well. There were many people who are his students, and he is known to be the ones who have the most students. The list and the number of students that study from him are over 800 that's a very large number. 800 Sahaba 800 Sahaba Fabien and those who come after the generations after they come, and they study from photography, their children, the

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women from their clans, and you know, everyone would come and they will study what made the law Juan's knowledge so special to people and so easily accessible was his Location. Location really matters. It's not just about how good your burger is making sure you have the good location, or a prime location is what's going to sell your burger. So the law one where many Sahaba moved to different regions of the world after the prophets of Allah holiday was sent and passed away. For the most part, he stayed in Medina Manila. And because he stayed in Madina, munawwara whenever the pilgrims have come for hygiene nomina after they would go to Morocco, Morocco, it was a tradition

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and a practice. It will come to Medina Managua to visit the province of a long holiday with cinnamon say Salaam to him, even the Prophet have passed away. It's a it's a practice tradition. It's also something encouraging the Hadees that you come to Madina munawwara and configure set up for the Prophet. So when they would come to Medina menorah, they would all bump into a Buddha with your loved one and I will put it over the last one was it's a hobby, who mostly for the most part of his life, didn't stay politically engaged, dedicated most of his lives studying and teaching heavy, so he became easily accessible and many people narrated How do you find him regarding the appearance

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appearance of a hooded or the long one.

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It is said regarding him that he was dark skinned, and his shoulders were also very broad. He was a very soft person. His beard had redness in it, there was a red tone to his beard. Now regarding the last one accepting Islam,

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I will hit enter the last one says himself. Now shout out to your team and we're here to Myskina that I grew up an orphan and I migrated as a poor person. So right off the bat, what do we know? His father passed away when he was young and similarly

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Right off the bat, whatever, you know, he wasn't a very wealthy companion. He says, Well, hi Jonathan Miskin and I migrated while I was

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while I was poor. And what are the 11? Actually, one more thing I'll add to his appearance that I forgot to mention kebab and Ottawa says, what a lotta lolly he imagined so that that I saw the last one with a black turban when he was to give lectures and he would teach how to eat. He would put a black turban on and then he would teach how to eat.

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So I believe the last one himself regarding his accepting of Islam, he says that I came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the year of flavor. And when I came to the practice of Allahu Allah, he was setting the progress that allamani was sediminis haba were not in Madina munawwara they hadn't even finished off the battle. They were actually in the battle themself. They were in the battle. They weren't even they weren't even at Medina middle one. That's when I came to Medina Manila. And another narration of whatever the loved one says close and abuse of Allah while he was telling me that hey, Bella, Medina Mahajan, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam left Madina,

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munawwara to haber for the battle and right when he left not soon after that I came to Madina munawwara for some leaders who have held for syba been orthophoto. He said I came to Medina Managua and I prayed for Salah behind Siva, there are Fatah and the prophets of Allah while he was appointed him to watch over Medina mono when I leave the salon in the absence of the Prophet of Allah falcata officers, una bisutti Mariama phylloxera. Wait a little bit of 15 that in the first Raka he read through the millennium, and in the second ARCA, he remembered way too little he read the sudo way too little motto 15. So, you see how much detail level video the loved one remembers because this

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was such an important day of his life. His first day in Madina, munawwara he's getting closer to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He says that I came to me when I came there, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was incredible. He then meets the Prophet aloha to swim there, and then accepted. So if you if you can match the timeline of the biography and the history of his biography of the Prophet and the history of Islam, you'll notice that when I went in with the loved one accepts Islam, it's roughly the seventh year after migration, which means if the province that allow it was seven passed away, in the 10th, slash, early 11th, year after migration, how many years is he

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spending with a prophet of Allah? He's spending three or four years maximum three or four years with the province of alojado soon. But isn't it interesting that even though he only spent three or four years with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he still remains to be the companion of who narrates the most from the Prophet of Allah sallallahu sallam. That's still a very interesting fact. So regarding that, a lot one answers because you have to remember this has always remained as a mystery. That's hava themselves used to be a long one. How do you narrow it so much? That he needs to ask him how do you narrow it so much? Not only that, but the orientalist the western oriental is

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a European orientalist, when they object against what's the one of the most common objections they make? How does a Buddha or your loved one narrates so much, it just doesn't add up. He was only with the purpose of a long while he was sitting for three years, and he narrates over 5000 Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the numbers don't add up. So I will hit enter. The last one was asked this question many times himself. He was confronted by American photography, your loved one, confronted by ice out of the Aloha confronted by the honeypot the time confronted by others, who came and said, How do you narrow it so much? So Apple had no idea what in his own words on different

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occasions explains how any member hotting up with Allahu Allah and so he actually bring some of these narrations, so we can read them and learn how this man was able to accomplish so much in such little time. And the principle is, when you give something your whole, you'll get a piece of it. But if your part time in part time out, you won't get as much as the person who gives it its entirety. The person who goes all up someone who studies a dean day and night, someone who memorizes the put on, two people start memorizing the Quran together. One person gives it day and night, the other person gives it two hours a day. In the long run, which person will have more quickly memorize

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logically, it will be the person who gave the entire day and night. So this was the response doubleheader, the last one. He's he talks about his struggle for knowledge. He talks about his weak memory, you know, the long one narrating so many a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam in itself is a miracle of Islam.

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You know why? I'll tell you one thing, I'll talk about it more in a moment, but I just want to bring this point up. One day he came to the office of alarm, it was sentiments that are a messenger of Allah, I have weak memory.

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What did he say?

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He had weak memory. The other thing that I want you to keep in mind, and I'll talk about it more ahead. I will put it over the last one says Abdullah bin Ahmed will ask your loved one used to write Hadith and I never wrote it down. So he never has to write Howdy. And the second thing is

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he had a weak memory. So how did he do it?

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So many a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he explained the journey himself. He says la de la foto a Tony, who's Robin acaba, De Waal, minbari mina joe miller, Pattaya Kowloon Majnoon, he is just a Yoku machine, he would say that I would turn and flip between the mask of the purpose of a loved one and he was sent him. And the house of the purpose of a lot of money was sent him. And I would keep going back and forth until at the end, and people started calling me insane. They said, This man was insane. He was crazy. He says that I use I dedicated my life to the people so far, these are people who live right inside the mosque of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, or

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right outside the mosque of the prophets of aloha to set them and they gave their day and night to studying the Hadith. He said the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam we would give our whole day and night studying honey, we had no job we had no most of us had no family, we dedicated ourselves completely for the Hadees and as a result of that we didn't have money, which meant we report you know, go to go back and jog your memory back to your college life and only remember your ramen noodle DS Are you just really poor and, and Taco Bell is your best friend. So whenever the loved ones were collecting those days, he said, You know, there was a time in our life where we didn't

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have any money. We were just very poor. And he said the proper setup for biotite forbartha elayna Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam somebody within the province that along it was said for some dates. For goodness Natalia nota Marina manager, we were so hungry than rats that rather than eating one date at a time, we would pick up two dates at a time and gentlemen, our mouth because we were so hungry. We just couldn't wait any more. You know, like when you're at a start time and right when the alarm goes off, you pick up everything and you inhale the food, you inhale the meal, you don't even bother chewing on it. And when they would start taking

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when a person will take two dates, he would tell the other companions it is you should take two days to that's why one narration one time that's how bad they had a dispute. Once a hobbyist and a messenger of Allah we have collected food we all eat from everyone needs one date, but this guy eats due to dates.

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Kind of like the guy rather than eating one fry at a time and picks up a whole handful and everyone's like float on cowboy and whole table here trying to choose let's try to have the cheesy fries. So the problem is that along line he was sitting there until the companions it is not permissible for you to join dates eat two at a time unless you take permission from your companions first, because each and every one of you are hungry and you're all sharing the same plate. You need to eat at a similar rate give the other guy a chance. If you're gonna have five shrimps at once the other guy is not going to be able to even once even one so share the food properly. I've learned a

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lot Juan says that I would lie on the ground and I would be so hungry so hungry. He said I would tie a stone to my stomach. What including to shut down Hajj Allah Allah botany manager wakad, Karnataka to Allah through to him. He said, I was sitting on the street in hunger, waiting that maybe someone walked past me and asked me if I was hungry. And he said one day I was sitting on the road and I was so hungry and I was sitting with your loved one was passing by. So he said I stood up and I started asking abubaker Cinco de la one random 50 Islamic questions. He said I had no interest in those questions. The only reason why I was asking those questions or even trying to build conversation is

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because my desire was to say to me, are you hungry? He said, If he asked him that question, I would have said I'm starving. He said, however, the end of the conversation came in Abu Bakar didn't ask me and he walked on. Then a little while later on, one of the last one was passing by

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formoterol Romana funkadelic he said same thing I did. I kept I started asking him random questions. I kept asking them asking them, he said but Oh, the last one also didn't ask me if I wanted any food. And the reason why they didn't ask if they wanted any food if he wanted any food isn't because they were miserly people or they were conduce stingy people, but rather it was because they didn't have much themselves. Ability other than the last one when it comes to Medina manana towards the end the Sahaba have given their wealth those who came from Makkah, they have spent their wealth and because of a loss of Hannah Montana, he says I sat there and waited and waited and waited. Until

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finally the professor lolani Watson passed away. He said I got up right away to ask the practice of law to start that conversation with him. He said However, before I even started the conversation, thought of him as he was human enjoy. The purpose of the long audio isn't recognized. I was hungry. And he said I will go later.

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The Prophet called me

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he's a coup de la Baker rasulillah a messenger of Allah, I'm here. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says

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that, um, why don't you go to my house and asked my wives if there's any food there. So he went to the house, one of his wives and they said, Yes, we have some food. They give him some dates. So he bought the dates back to the office that along while he was sitting when he came back, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said to him, the people of the people have so far those habits so far must be very hungry. Why don't you go call them

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in his mind he's thinking to himself, forget those guys. I'm hungry. But because the Prophet told him to call them he wouldn't call everyone the all these young guys. They're they're the reason

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They're hungry, and they have a basket of dates in front of them. So, in one narration, by the way, it's a bowl of milk. So bowl of milk basket of dates, there was some food there. So

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the last one says, I took the bowl of milk, everyone took their seats. The promise of a lot of money was some said to me. You can't drink first. Take the milk with your hands and give it to everyone one by one.

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Right. So he says I was so hungry. Not only was I not getting the milk, I had to go give it to other people. This is what you call dusky at the process. I was giving him that internal deep clean, spiritual wash, and he's going to him and he's given the milk one by one. He says I gave a milk to everyone. Then at the end of the process of alojado, he was said, he asked me about Herrera who's left to drink.

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Ferrara who la Mata semen, the prophet raised his head at me while he was smiling, and he said I would love to drink. Tara but bulky to Anna ntrc messenger a lot. There's only two of us left your left and I'm left. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, You've spoken the truth. There's only two of us left and another narration. The Prophet was the one who said only you and I are left. There's only two of us left in the prophecy Do you and I are the only ones that subgenera then the prophecy that he said O Messenger of Allah so the Messenger of Allah, you're right, there's only two of us less. So then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told uploaded or the Allah one

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professional read drink.

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He said when the Prophet told me to drink, I wasn't in the mood for any extra formalities for sharing. I started drinking.

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He said, I drank a little bit. I stopped, a prophet said he should drink more. He said I drank more I drank more profit than he

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did. He said a little while later, I stopped and the Prophet said drink more. Drink more. He said I kept drinking I kept drinking until finally I said, What are the ethical bellhop Maggi Luna who Masada there is nothing left in me. I can't put the milk anywhere at this point. If I take another bite at these gelato pizza, I'm just gonna vomit. I can't do this anymore. This is the end. This is my limit right here. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam took himself for Shetty bombing and follow the process and didn't drink the remaining part himself.

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So these were the companions, abracadabra de la Juan and others. People say that how was he able to learn so much and retain so much? It was because of the sacrifices and this these are not the only ones there are a whole list of them. What are the long one says one day I exited my house and I went to the mosque of the province that a lot of it was said um, I saw a group of people standing outside all of my college buddies all the US have a sofa. He said Maharaja Kumar you guys all standing here they said a Jew. We're all hungry. So they said that while we were there, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came and the Prophet said a lot of money was said and said to all of us, what are

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you guys doing out here? They said our messenger of Allah, we're all hungry. So the purpose of the long haul it was said I'm giving each and every one of them two dates. So and each person started eating two dates. I will literally allow one says

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for two tomorrow

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that I don't mind to date. I had one the other one I put in my pocket. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him later, why did you do that? Why did you only have one? What are you gonna do with the other one? He said, Our messenger of Allah, I'm hungry. But however, my mother is also hungry. So I saved one date for her. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to each other to I will give you two separate dates for your, for your mother as well.

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One day when a lot of your loved one told her companions, he told other people that you have no choice but to love me.

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So everyone said why do we have no choice? Why does everyone have to love you? He said the reason is because one day

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many years ago, my mother was a machete. She was a polytheist. She didn't believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala. She was an idol worshiper, I used to always invite her towards Islam, and she would reject Islam. He said one day I invited her towards Islam. And she said certain things to me regarding the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam acara who what I disliked I didn't like hearing that her language

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that she use regarding the profits. So she so he said, the total sort of loss and a lot more it was said on one up key. I came to the profit while I was crying. The Prophet said what happened is I he said a messenger of Allah, my mother used foul language against you. That's why I'm crying. And he said our messenger of Allah, would you please make dua for my mother? So the Prophet asked him, What do you want me to make for your mother? He said, a messenger of Allah, can you make the law that she accepts Islam? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allahumma, Abu huraira Allah guide, the mother of Abu huraira, viola one. He says, when the Prophet told me that I left there, and I started

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running to meet my mother to go and give her glad tidings at the profit made law for her.

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overshadow her say to Faisal Baba magoffin he said, when I came home, the door was a little open. I went inside and I heard water. So my mother said to me, that

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come forward and give me the sheet she didn't put her sheet on. And after putting her sheet on, she came up and she said, a shadow Allah, Allah illallah wa shadow under Muhammad and

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he then says,

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After my mother took the Shahada, I ran back to the prophet and this time I was crying again. The Prophet said What happened now? He said a messenger of Allah, these are tears of joy, because of your law. Allah subhanahu wa tada put he died my mother's heart. He then said our messenger of Allah, I have one last request, can you please make the law that meaning the believing servants will love me and love my mother. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam made the law Oh Allah, grant the love of Abu huraira and his mother in the hearts of every person who believes will have a boom in a Hema. So allow them both to love one another a lot, a lot, a lot to love the Ummah and allow

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that much also love your loved one.

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So there are so many narrations there are so many stories of a sacrifice I can continue. I will not only allow one where he made great sacrifice for studying the deen. He was also a great worshiper to the mother had been de la la narrates in Israel, that a person came to meet up with your loved one and he said that I saw your loved one one day lying on his bed. Well, my Keystone fee, Noah, oh Hassan. And he had a little bag and inside the bag, either they were stones or they were these deep, deep pits as federal minimum so so that the bottom of it was dark for you somebody who and he was making this we're using those date seeds, you know how they have this week these days. So he was

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using those date kits or those stones he was making the subparallel hamdulillah for you they have a de

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la hockey's for art who fee from one hour to one hour to for your Adriatic and his wife that was there she gathered those those those pips together, put them back in the back and gave it to him. And then he made this back together. He made this again.

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Well, no The other one was known for being very punctual when it came to fasting on Mondays and Thursdays because this was a son of the Prophet along line it was him. HDMI says, and about Herrera tukana you said the hula Yeoman, if named Ashura, alpha test v. Hutton, that he would make the speed 12,000 times every day, how many times most of us struggled 3333 34. This person was making 12,000 Plus we had every single day.

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I will add a lot one, one day was teaching in the mosque of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and while he was teaching, he was narrating How do you find the Prophet? And the language he used while narrating hottie said had that any honey I will pass him.

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He said My dear Beloved Muhammad or other classroom of the prophets, Kenya, my dear beloved friend, I will pass him or Muhammad Sallallahu it was sort of narrated to me, and right when he said the prophets name, tears came into his eyes felica and he started crying. And then he started narrating the Hadeeth again in tears came into his eyes and he started crying again, because of how much he loved the process that allamani was in him. Now regarding his memory, there is a famous How do you think you'll find

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in the audience collection to imply the narrative of you? Someone came up with Haneda? How have you narrate so many hobbies everyday? He says the reason how I can narrate so many hobbies, even though I only spent three years with the Prophet is because the Mahajan 18 they were busy doing business. The answer were busy with their agriculture. And I was busy with the prophets of Allah Juana he was set up I spent day and night with the prophets of Allah while he was at him. And he said, my stomach would be hurting out of hunger. And I one day came to the Prophet instead of a messenger of Allah. My memory is very weak. So the Prophet said a lot of money was sent and made him take his sheet off.

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And it's as if the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was making a gesture with his hands as if he was filling something inside that she she like he was pouring something in there or putting something inside that she that empty that was on the ground. And then he told the last one put the sheet on them. So whatever the last one says, I took my cape and I put it on. And after I put the date on samata Sita min mortality Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, main shape after that day, I never forgot a word that pops in a lot. He said everything he said, I hadn't memorized. I will hit on the last one. Like I felt like I told you earlier.

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He told the companions that

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i'd love it I'm going to ask has more narrations than me? He might be the only one who has more money than me. This is what he said because he used to write and I don't I didn't write otherwise after I've loved and lost I am the one who carries most hobbies. One day Marwan when he wanted to test our radar, the last one and see how good his memory was.

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So what he did was he called up a hero the old one. And he told us what to do the old one narrate some Hadith narrated some Hadith to me. So whenever the old one originally was reluctant, but when the one mattawan insisted he started narrating he was looking for the last one didn't know is that marijuana has someone sitting behind the curtain.

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Writing down every detail of your loved one was narrating one year later. He

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Call them again. And he said to 100 on error rate those to me that you narrated last year. So he narrated those ahaadeeth again, and the person sitting behind the curtain was matching every Heidi at the very same way he narrowed it to mattawan, one year ago, you know, we can't repeat our menu when we go for ordering our food at a restaurant, the same way we did the same we already did last time we visited there. And this man right here, look at his phenomenal memory, every part of that every detail of it. He remembers from the purpose of allamani wisdom.

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Now, coming to the question of whatever the last one did narrate abundantly, that's something that we do know. And even This, however, themselves say that there was no person that narrated as much as you could ever have your loved one nereids. So the first thing

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it was a miracle, it was a blessing from Allah, that the prophets of Allah what he was telling me to offer him therefore he had phenomenal memory. Secondly, he made great sacrifice. Thirdly, right. He doesn't only narrate from the Prophet many of his narrations are through the companions, like we said earlier on, you know, he would narrate through a companion but when he would make narration he would say as if it was narrating directly from the puffs that allow it to them. And the technical term is the least at least of his hobbies permissible for so happy to miss the person who they're narrating from is permissible because they're both Sahaba and there is no possibility of any lie or

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any, any weakness in the narration.

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I will leave it on the a loved one says that during the collapse of photography alone, one of the Sahaba were generally afraid of narrating from the Prophet that alone isn't. The reason is because if anyone ever narrated the Hadeeth, from the Prophet of Allah, and Amara, the Alon one fight found out he would pull his whip out. He would say give me proof that the Prophet said this, otherwise, I'm going to punish you. And the reason why I'm only allowed one would do this is to ensure the authenticity of Hadith so no one would make up stuff. So he says, I will hear that says one day. Amara, your loved one found out that I would never I used to narrate a lot of it.

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So I'm gonna be a long one, he called me. He said someone to call him. So he said, I came to the last one. And I will hit it and I'm gonna be alone one sentence.

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Remember that day You and I were together. And we were with the purpose of the law while it was set up in so and so person's house, got into mana Yeoman couldn't realize that a lot while he was sitting at funan. Do you remember that day? So I will hear the other one says now I remember that day. Yes. And I also know why you're asking me. If I remember that day to

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Nam woke up. He insulted me. I also know why you asked me if I remember if I was in that house. So a lot of the Longhorns said, well, you must look if you're so smart, why don't you tell me why I actually asked you about that day. So I will hear the alarm on set. Because when we were in that person's house, while you and I were there together, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said, Man kandivali Amazon with an affiliate about what Mercado means that whoever lives upon me intentionally should find his place in the fire.

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And I'm going to be a loved one when he heard this. He said, well as for you narrate as much as you want, because your memory is phenomenal, because he remembered the exact statement. The purpose of the law while he was sort of made that day in the presence of a podium of your loved one. NASA narrates that I was there when I when I passed away and I'm going to be a long one was also there, and maybe I'm gonna be a long one cried and cried and cried. And he asked, Why are you crying so much? So if not one or the other one said that this man was the one who who memorize most heartbeats and the pumps that allow you to see them by him passing away today we've lost so many a hadith from

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the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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One day one came to me and I shadowed your loved one and I shadowed the Allah and asked him

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how do you narrow it so many Hadith of the Prophet of Allah?

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I was his wife. How do they read more than me?

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She says to him, a third of the above hora rasulillah.

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So he said he will love it right? Yeah, Mama Oh, my mother in law here right? Well, my mother, his mother because

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he said,

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my kind of loony honorable mirror art What Al mukalla Wallah doing

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the reason why I narrate more than you from the Prophet of Allah is because I wasn't distracted by looking at mirrors and applying makeup and fixing my hair. He said these things didn't distract me. I gave my day and night and I sent it a line and said thought Allah who that may be the reason that because I was a spouse, I had my duties. He was cheating cheating this right there, that very sharp ads, but he gets tired of your loved one. Hmm.

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So during the life of your loved one,

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there were certain Sahaba who were appointed as

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judges, they would give legal rulings and verdicts. And they remain in that position until a man of the law one passed away and from there more innopolis

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Sayed Abu huraira in jabiru, the law on these were the five major ones. And then under them, there were others as well.

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The other one was appointed as a governor over Bahrain by honorable satara Yama one. Now this isn't about when you're thinking of what's behind Are you thinking of?

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Like, not the behind that we know today. This is the Bahrain of the time of the Prophet of Allah, which was south in Yemen. It was actually in Yemen in south and because of the hero, the other one was, was originally from where

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he was Yemeni, so I'm going to be appointed him as Khalifa. Then there was a little follow. What happened was that

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the last one, he started becoming very wealthy while he was in Yemen.

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So I'm going to the last one one day called him and said, How did you get so much? Well, if you were a poor man and Medina munawwara now that you're a governor, you have so much wealth, and according to one narration, he used some very harsh language.

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A lot of your loved one said to him, is that phototherapy? How the hell am ya? Yeah, do Allah wa kitabi

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use a little harsh language? He said, Oh, enemy of Allah and the enemy of his book, how did you become so wealthy while you are governor, you can see what the law of one's rage is coming from because he never tolerated any governor becoming wealthy. I'm gonna do law. One felt that that was unethical. The reason why they were becoming wealthy, the reason why their hotels were opening up in different parts of the world is not because they were elected President of the United States of America. So now there's a financial benefit they have. So I'm going to do one is the founder of nuance, the founder of decency, and he did not allow it at all. So he kept he said, who the last

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one, that you must give me your finances. Show me how you made the money and where every penny came from? Several 100 or the last one, they broke it down, broke it down, broke it down.

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At the end of it, Omar Abdullah Juan said to him in the rasa Malik, what is clicker for who took that take whatever money you invested day one, when you became a governor, and the all the other profit you made after that, basically, man,

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it goes to the Muslim community off because you made this money and not only him, he didn't only have this stance, or the last one. He had the very same stance with everyone, that when a person was appointed as governor, he would note down how much money they walked into that position with and when they left their governorship. The only thing they would have, they would be allowed to walk out with was that money plus any allowance that was given to them because they were governor, whatever money whatever stipend they were given anything more than that they weren't allowed to be taken to be taken back home. He also served briefly as governor over Madina, munawwara during the era of

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Milan.

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There's one interesting story this one or two more points, I mentioned that we'll get into the Hadith itself. There's one interesting story, this story what makes it very special is that all of the people who narrate this have youth were all great imams of their times.

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You know, Amanda heavy after narrating this Have you not heard this story this narration he says it's not in Mattoon, meaning every person who narrates this hadith was an imam of his time. So the narration he says Clara Hafiz Abu Saud in Assam, Danny as cemani semir to Ubud mama and Mubarak bin Ahmed, similar to our awesome use of benali zanjani and fapy policy miracle fapy about his heart and fairuza body color, semi auto body about 30 of your food. So every person who's near reading this hadith is a giant Imam. And then he narrates a story. He says, a group of people were sitting together and the gentleman one young man came when young Ferrante came

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and for Salah I missed a little Musa rot. He asked regarding a 50, ruling Masada it's a more technical detailed issue. I won't go into the 50 ruling, he asked a 50 question. So he asked for a reasoning. Someone quoted the Hadith Abu huraira the last one, he said, the last one gives this hadith regarding this issue.

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For Allah this young man said

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Buddha Hadees that I cannot accept Hadith from Abu huraira the last one.

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He said when he finished off saying what he said sakata Allah He hired one of the Mattoon men suffered

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a huge snake came down from the roof of the mosque that we were sitting in.

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When that sneaky man full of openness, everyone got up and started running. Well hello Bashar Bashar that young man started running to well he has about Rahu and that snake was chasing him. So someone said to him to to make repentance to Allah for this false accusation was harsh statement you made against everyone it'll be a long one for color too. So he said I repent to Allah Allah forgive me for being disrespectful to your loved one. For hobbiton hire to fill a mural fallen mural I thought he said the

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the snake then disappeared. So this is just a little story.

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No, I'm not saying this is revelation or something very story that you do Jeff around, but it's a very authentic narration that Amanda hubby shares shares in this you

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know the last one, he would teach how to youth from a legal standing or political standing if he was appointed by the leaders and if he wasn't, he was known that he was standing by the pulpit of the Prophet of Allah and he would narrate Hadid from there to the people in Medina, Managua or anyone that wanted to hear his hobby until the Imam would come and the Imam would then give the football player the last one. What sit down so every Juma he would stand there. He would give the football whatever the last one How did he pass away?

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He naturally became sick. There's a narration and Navajo data McAfee malady he he was very sick and the final illness of his life he should have cried for PETA. lahoma you keep someone asked him, Why are you crying? So we'll handle your loved one said my Apache Allah dunya come happy. I'm not crying because of anything from the world that I fear I'm going to lose. I'm not crying about my house or my car or my job that I'm going to lose. What I cannot avoid the suffering. I'm crying because of the long journey that lies ahead of me, localities or the and because I haven't prepared much for the hereafter. I only have very little to carry with me well in the Save to feast Rudin llama bottle

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who Allah, Allah genoten owner, Ferrari a Yamaha to be. He said, I have this long journey ahead of me and I have this dissension and now when I'm going down, either the pathway will lead me to the fire of hell or gentlemen, and I don't know which one I'm going to end any continued crime. This is

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probably one of the last one crying like this before he passes away.

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Whatever the last one Matawan came to visit him when his final illness was there. And Marwan said chef aka La Jolla, bajo de la a la chiriaco data. I will hear with your loved ones at Allahumma in the UK, for him.

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Oh Allah, I love to meet you. I look forward to meet you. I long to meet you. So please, I wish that you love to meet me too. He's asking Allah Allah be happy, have have a love to meet me have a desire to meet you.

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I shouted the alarm on the alarm one passed away. The same year that I shouted the alarm I'd have passed away. They both passed away in the year 57. Africa. Some say he passed away in 58 after hedger, some say he passed away 59 after his era. So let's say he passed away 59 after

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he became Muslim 17 years before he died,

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how many years before 17 years before. So putting those two numbers together, add 717 to 59. And you'll get your number or at 17 to 57. Depending on the difference of opinion, you'll get your number of his age or adds 17 to 58. Because depending on what year he passed away, you'll just add the two numbers. And you'll and you'll get his

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you'll get the day his actual age.

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No, sorry, my mistake. Not Muslim 17 years before he's you know, he was born. My mistake. I was trying to tell you how what his age was. So if you add how many years before, if you add that 17 to 59. That'll give you a his actual age. He was born 17 years before his era. And he passed away 59 years after either 57 or 58 or 59. So that's the that's that. There's one last two last things. I will hit on the last one merits 5374 a heartbeat from the puzzles of 74 a hadith from the prophets of allamani wisdom abou Kasim and Maha says that I heard from Abu Bakar have been abida wood. He says that right now me will be city Stan will suddenly be Herrera. So I will work on when a Buddha

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would he says that I saw him a dream and I saw this dream while I was in suggestion. I was gathering I was writing the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu aleyhi availble radiola when I was compiling as a hobby, and he says I fell asleep. And in my sleep. I saw the last one.

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And he said up over here the last one had this very thick beard custom layer and he theobalds it out he has this very rough garment on him. So he said I sit down whatever the last one in the book, I love you for the sake of Allah. you fulfill such a big Amana to us from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Subhanallah Juan said an O Allah saw he will have etc can fit dunya I was the first muhaddith in the world. All of you other minor league guys came way after me I was the original. I was the one who gathered a large number of ladies and gave my life that's a very interesting statement is saying that I was the first the first person of the world. Now we come to the Hadith

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itself.

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As I mentioned at the beginning that this

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Hadid is about submission to Revelation. But before I go into the Hadith, I wanted to cover the backdrop, the context of this narration, the Subbable route. So this hadith is the longer form of this hadith from a doubleheader, the last one again narrated by Mr. Mohammed de la la hatanaka Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Fatah yohannes by the federal loan hi Johnny.

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Oh people, the prophet with one day giving a lecture and he said, Oh people Allah has mandated hides upon you. So perform your Hutch. Now when the Prophet said this, Allah has mandated Hajj upon you, what should have been the response of the companions of hamdulillah Mashallah, really look forward to it here, you've had to go for Hajj, you know, that should have been the emotional plate. But one guy, he said, rather than just being excited about how he said, O Messenger of Allah, do we have to go to every year? That's his first response. So the problem is that a lot of money was spent on remain silent. He then asked again, unless we have to work every year, and the profit remain silent.

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You know, that guy who just can't, he just doesn't get it. So he asked a third time, do we have to go every year? Have takala have arrested for fraud and abuse sort of lohani He will send them local to Nam Nevada. But

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the process of said had I said yes to your answer. had to get up in front of the pundit every year. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam then said to the companions, as we were at above that where you're told to stay away from stay away from it, well, you're told to do do it to the best of your ability. Indeed, the nations that came before were destroyed because of two things. They asked too many questions. And because they they made it stand out. They didn't follow they didn't obey their ambia because they didn't obey and follow their profits. So from this right here, we understand the importance of leave the questioning what thing to assign, I'll come to that towards

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the end of the class, okay, I want to first address this. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam starts off by saying, what I have told you to stay away from it, stay away from, you must stay away from it. And what I've told you to do, you need to do that. And that Hadith ends by saying what people before you were destroyed, because they differ in opinion with what their Prophet said, Sometimes your brain might tell you, this is what I viewed to be moral, this is what I view to be correct. And for you to humble, your arrogant intellect, in front of Revelation is the greatest accomplishment you can have as a believer, for you to say, my intellect needs to be put aside to

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accept a revelation that is much more understanding much more meaningful, much more wise, than what I can ever be. So the purpose of the lalani was cinemas telling us what I tell you to stay away from, stay this trust me and stay away from it. Don't doubt the prophets of Allah, Allah says, Don't doubt revelation every time you try to just deny revelation for the sake of denying revelation because it doesn't fit your culture, or does it fit your personality? Or does it fit your lifelong dream that this is something that I've always wanted. And now you find that Islam is telling you, you can't have it or it's not good for you, for you to become that stubborn person who said that

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stubborn kid who says No Mom and Dad, you have to give it to me otherwise you guys hate me. That logic doesn't just doesn't set you desiring something passionately, doesn't make it good for you. You hating something passionately, doesn't make it bad for you. Allah subhana wa tada is the one who tells us and it'll never happen that the Prophet of Allah will ever tell you to do something

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that isn't good for you. Or it'll never happen that he'll tell you to stay away from something that is actually good for you, wherever A lot of us will tell you to do, it's always best for you. So the Prophet tells people, whenever I tell you to stay away from stay away from it, some of the prophets and a lot of it was sort of tells us to stay away from something.

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If the Prophet says I prevent, or I command you to stay away from so and so what is the legal ruling of that thing.

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So it can fall into one of two categories. Either it could be hot on or it could be mcru. Sometimes the Prophet of Allah was saying they will say this thing is prohibited. And that thing will actually become ha ha means it'll be absolutely prohibited, you can't do it at all.

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once something is prohibited, there will be a clear punishment for doing that thing in the hereafter. Even if you just do it once. once something is prohibited, you need to completely withdraw from it to the best of your ability, okay?

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Sometimes the mohabbatein or the HA the jurist and the specialist and he will view a statement of the Prophet of Allah where he prohibits something and then they'll further contextualize it, from the practice of the companions are commanded they'll put on and they will downgrade the ruling from prohibition to dislike, you understand. So for example, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he showed dislike to eating onions, or eating garlic. Okay, so someone can say it's hard because the Prophet said a long line he was said I'm disliked it. But when you view a large body of thought, you realize that these things are actually not prohibited. These things are

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mckoon their dislike, dislike What does that mean?

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If a person does it, they won't be, they won't be punished in the hereafter. But if they keep doing it the punishment could come because they're discarding the the command of the purpose of the law to sue them. Now the Hanafi scholars they then further divide disliked into two categories lightly disliked and prohibitively disliked makuta z into hidden anything the Hanafi scholars called makuta honey are prohibitively disliked, in our terminology as high fees in terms of its sin and punishment, it's equivalent to hot on. Okay, then someone can ask why is it even two different things? Well, the reason why they categorize them as two different things Maputo, honey and Haram is

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because of the source through which they the they gave, the ruling that it's hot on the source may have not been as strong as they wanted it to be, or the source that they use to make this thing may not have been as clear as they wanted it to be. So they brought it one degree down, they made it into makuta him anyway, for your simple understanding. What the Prophet said allows him tells us not to do you step away from it.

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If stepping away from it all at once will cause you physical harm. And that's not your idea, not your thesis or hypothesis, this is actually factual, then you can gradually pull yourself off of it. Right? Otherwise, unless it'll bring definite harm to you. You need to stop immediately. There is no way, you know, this happens to me all the time. I'm lecturing at a middle school or a college and some will come to someone will come to me afterwards and say, Hey, Chef, I have a girlfriend or Hey, Chef, I have a boyfriend. And we've been going back and forth for a while. And now that I'm attending lectures, and I'm studying the dean, I've come to realize that boyfriends are not good and

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girlfriends are not good. So I'm planning to stop talking to this person over the next five months. You know, my response is? No.

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They said, What do you mean? No, I say you need to go back home tonight. write up a very kind, respectful message and send it tonight. That person says yes, but her heart will be broken.

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His heart will be broken.

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So there's two things First thing, only if you have that much care for for breaking, you know, only if you have that much honor for Allah subhanho wa Taala. You know, if I continue talking for one more day, Allah is gonna be angry. If I talk one day less, she's gonna be angry. Which one,

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Sarah, or Allah.

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Come on, put yourself together, put your priorities together. And secondly, tomorrow's not going to be any better. If you want today to be good, be thoughtful. Use good language. Be, be articulate, explain yourself properly. Don't make that person feel bad, you know, but at the same time you tell them that my Sharia doesn't allow me I want to be a better person that's healthy for me and it's healthy for you, for us spiritually. Don't say tomorrow, what can be done today won't be done.

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You won't do tomorrow. If you delayed for tomorrow, you won't be done. So, you know, they say

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that if you're going to do it tomorrow, just do it today. Because you don't know if tomorrow is gonna come or not. So just do it today. Get it over and done with similarly with anything, someone who has any sort of addiction you have an addiction with committing Zina, or clubbing or watching something, how long should you just tell yourself you know what, I'm just gonna lowered the genre of the home that I'm engaged in. I'll go from like, you know, Techno club to like, jazz club. That's what I'll do. I don't know if those even exist. I just made that up. Okay, I'm gonna downgrade the genre of my sin. No, you don't do that. What do you do? If you stopped going to a club, that's not

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going to be the physical disease to you. You just stop you just say you know what I'm done. All the guys used to invite you delete them all the Facebook groups they used to invite you delete them all the guys in your Facebook group, or your Facebook, they remind you of them, delete them, close your Facebook account down. And this forget everyone live in your life. I know it's easy for me to say and hard to do. But no one no one said that. It was that easy. Big things can be accomplished two easy paths. No one ever claim that it's obviously got to be hard. But you have to go cold turkey. And that goes with anything. Okay? persons committing Zina, you pull back one time, you don't say

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no, I'm worried about that person's heart. And what's gonna happen? I deal with this all the time. Guys married, he's having an affair with someone on the side. His wife's telling him drop the girl. He said I don't want to break her heart. She said you're breaking my heart. I cry every day. Stop talking to that girl. He says no, she's my cousin.

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You know, we've always talked to each other away from the sexual part of it. Okay, this, you know, the wife is saying stop talking to your cousin, you're breaking my heart. I don't like you talking to other people. He says, oh, but she's my cousin. You know, we've known each other for so long. If you've known each other for so long. And if you really have that much trust, that person should understand you telling them you can't do anything anymore. Or you can do something now, they should be able to accept what it is that you're telling them to do. However, if by leaving that thing all at once will harm you. Then you should slowly come up with

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And even that you can only determine whether getting off of something all at once will harm you or not by going to a professional. And if a professional tells you, but that stopped that if you stopped smoking today, or if you stopped taking heroin today or if you stopped drinking alcohol today or wine today, it's going to hurt harm you in this way. If they tell you, you need to slowly taper off it. Then in that case, make sure you follow that person's guidance all the way through. Don't make up your own plan. Does that make sense? But you know what, I'll smoke instead of smoking two cigarettes, I'll do one and a half today than one and a quarter. You follow their guideline,

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whatever they tell you to do. You follow their guideline and you get off of it. once something is haraam, you need to stay away from it. You need to get off it all together. There is no going there. Then after that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam teaches us that what Allah subhanho wa Taala tells you to do you need to do actually, let's come back to the whole hot on part, hustle and bustle. He says that the greatest worshipers of our time achieve their higher ranks because they left the things that Allah told him to leave all my binoculars he says duckula is not standing during the nights and fasting during the days. He says tough law is to do what Allah told you to do

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and stay away from what Allah subhanaw taala told you to stay away from. So the Hadith starts off by saying, when Allah says no, you also say, I won't do it. You say a similar thought. We listen, and we'll be that's what I'm going to do. I'm not going to raise any questions. I'm not going to argue what the media is telling me that interest is haram. So what does that mean?

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interest is haram. Sharia tells me lying is haram. Lying is haram. Sharia tells me making physical contact with someone from the opposite gender that are not directly related to is haram. What do you do?

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You give the Sharia high five and say I'm on board, I'm not going to violate the command of a London associate a law on a Muslim,

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then the next part of the honey tells us and do what you're told to do to the best of your ability. What I tell you to do, do it to the best of your ability. So before I go into the whole best of your ability Park and what does it mean to do? I was I first want to talk about

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the contrast between the two. So the first part of the Hadid says stay away from the don'ts. And the second part of the Heidi dissenting us engage in the do's

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if you had to choose between the two, the don'ts and the do's, which one takes precedence

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is avoiding more important or is engaging, more important is to do more important or is to not to do more important.

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It's a classical difference of opinion among scholars. Okay. Majority of the scholars hold the opinion, for those of you who said not to do to disengage is more important. That's the opinion of the majority, majority of the scholars, they say disengaging is more important than engaging. And they give these analogies they say for example, if a person wants to put clean clean milk in a dirty bowl, what's gonna happen to that clean milk?

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It's gonna get dirty, right? Even when you take your Shahada before you say in the law, what do you say first? law law you negate First there is no God not you're not negating, and then you say a lot to do engage. I believe in Allah subhana wa Tada. Now, removing yourself from baggage is actually a very important but it's a long process. Okay? When you're dealing with youth that come to you and they say, Chef, I want to change my life or brother or sister I need to change my life. I need your guidance. What should you focus on? Should you focus on the do the dues or the not to dues, that's where the second part comes in, like people that are gonna play him and others who say that to do is

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more important. To engage is more important, they say, by engaging, you will learn to disengage in the sanathana and in a while monka autodromo here in a communal kitabi Welcome Allah, Allah has no Quran, read the Quran and established prayer and that in itself will save you for immorality. So the Quran is telling us to engage. So there's a lot of proof on both sides. By the way, engaging has its benefits, disengaging has its benefits. My advice to you is that sometimes a mix of both is really important. Seeing where a person can engage seeing where a person can disengage, you find their strengths, if there's something that they're gonna find very hard to disengage, rather than throwing

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that on them and dumping it on them, maybe focus more on the things that they can do. Look where your strengths are liquid, look where your weaknesses are, if coming to a weekly class, is what you can do to do that. That's enough. At least you're engaging, you're doing something and if it's easier for you to stay away from something, then do that, but find your balance between engaging and disengaging.

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Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam tells us that when Allah subhanho wa Taala gives you a command, you must follow that command of Allah subhana wa Tada. Now regarding this, you should know the commands of Allah when Allah subhanahu wa tada tells you to do something, the command of Allah subhanahu wa tada will either become obligatory or it'll be recommended. If it's obligatory, we need to do whatever we can to do it, we need to give it our absolute utmost best. So praying salaat all five

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not just

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For them all five you do your best, you will all love at a loss. But if it's recommended and it's your choice, you get to choose whether you want to do it or whether it may not be suitable for you. Obviously the dean would always like for you to do everything that's recommended so that way you can spiritually continue to grow you can spiritually continue to elevate

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now the process of the long holiday was set up and says what I tell you to do do it to the best of your ability. So let's talk a little about this best of your ability

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someone can deduce from this this is this is telling me that I should do whatever I can to the best of my ability and praying for the salon is not in my ability therefore I want from my footer salon. She thought it was just making you think that right now. So I had to intercept it. That's not what this is saying. That's how do you this is telling us whatever is in your ability What that means is whatever is in your physical ability, not what your desires want. You can let your desires come and say I can do this I can't do that this is about physically so and this is a very important how do you become a How do you like this open for us the door of the dean and make it practical for us. So

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we have to pray Salah you have to pray Salah, and I'll say it again. You have to pray Salah, but maybe your ability your health doesn't allow you to stand in peace alone. So what does it even tell you? Okay, concession, instead of standing, why don't you sit down? You say I can't sit down and pray What does the shipyard do? concession? Again, I can do we'll do what a Sherry I do. Pam, it's too cold, I can't take a bath, what actually I do the concession right away. So you know, I can't give it to God, I don't have money.

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I don't have money to give sadaqa then read Subhan Allah, Allahu Akbar, whatever you can do, there's always going to be something for you to do. It's your choice. Now, what you want to do that's in your balls in your court now for you to get up and do something. So that's what this is talking about. And if a person is under duress and under force, and they have no option, but to take an option that's not suitable or not the most ideal option, taking that option will not put you in sin. So for example, we all know it's hard to make ship with a law. But if a person is beating you and they're torturing you, and they're beating and torturing you, and they say make sure to put a lot

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and you make ship with a law, you make partners with the law or you say something inappropriate regarding your religion, you won't be held accountable for that. Allah subhanaw taala tells us in the Quran,

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Illuminati how kalu multiple elements are not 106 that except for the one who was forced into saying something inappropriate regarding their religion

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when cassara Billahi min body Irani and, and that even though that person was forced, he said it with his tongue, but in his heart, that person was content. They truly believe in the heart. This earlier today I saw a video on Facebook. It was of a

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it was awesome soldiers from the Assad army. And they had this

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this man tied up in a corner and he was he had a stick in his hand and he was beating him and he kept saying to him, who is who is greater Allah or Bashar and he's like Bashar he said who was greater Hamas Mr. Bashar he's like Bashar who created you a sort of a sharp he's like saying silly things. He's like forcing him to say this to guys that they're they're just enjoying it. They're making him say this. As I was watching that I had tears in my eyes. And I thought to myself, I remember the story of a mobbin Yes, yesterday alone, it was also forced to say something inappropriate and vile about the province that a lot while he was sitting because he was threatened

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to be killed. You can imagine this person must be crying his heart No one wants to make chicken poo filled with a lot. But the reason why he's being forced is because you see him in the corner, poor guy, he's like this in the corner. He's hiding his face from the video, he doesn't want to be seen making fun of Allah subhanho wa Taala, that person is standing there, he has a stick and he's beating them away, beating him away, beating him away.

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So never feel coming back to the point of discussion. Okay, never feel that your religion is burdening you do it to the best of your ability. Now you can leave for law who enough son allows a loss of huddle if no one ever asked you to do something that isn't

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in your natural ability. Now, if you are going to take an exclusion, so for example, let's run a scenario here. Okay? You have, let's say for example, a broken arm or quarter ACL, and you have to go for surgery. Now, you know, as a Muslim, you're not supposed to be making contact with someone from the opposite gender, but it happens to be the person performing your surgery will be

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will be a female. So is it permissible for you now to get that surgery done? Absolutely. Because that person is a specialist. You need the surgery, this person could do it for you, therefore, for that person to the surgery will be permissible. Now, this is where the second principle comes in. So the first principle what we learned, what is it today, that to the best of your ability, if there is force of Little Rock to be held Mahabharat when there is a necessity, even the heroin becomes harder. That's the first principle when there's a necessity. You can then venture into

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options that might not be ideal or generally recommended. However, when you do venture into these different options, this is where you have to remember the second principle, from an eight footer up, lay it off, bows in Voila.

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Or if output, what this means is that you can only venture into that harm or beyond what's ideal.

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In relation to how much is necessary, what isn't necessary, you can't do that. Does that make sense to you. So for this, we have a statement in our reviews or principle of viral rot, to cut through will be called rehab have the right to do so what that means is, let me give an example. You go to a doctor's office, and they say to you, that you know what, I need to see your shoulder right here, or let's say a female, she comes to a doctor and says, I have pain right here, the doctor says, I need to see that part of your body. So she takes off that the sleeve area, she exposes that part of the body, it does not become permissible for her to expose the rest of her upper body. By the way, the

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only part of her body that she can expose in front of a physician is what

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the part that needs to be covered, uncovered. So for that, she would maybe need to wear a tank top before coming in. So that way her sleeves are open, or having a garment before you come in to visit the doctor that you can show that part of your body. So you can say here, this is where the pain is right here. And that way that person can look at that. And then they can they can then deal with the illness that's out of hand. necessity. This is the key word not luxury. All this time, what am I talking about? necessity, necessity, necessity, dire necessity, we're not talking about luxury here, like one that you just finish off your basketball game for one hour, and you're walking out of

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lifetime fitness and you're like, oh man, there's a massage parlor right there.

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And go to massage right now. And you walk in there and there's like someone from the opposite gender does massaging you, which is very inappropriate, by the way, you know, it just for the sake of for Ledger's purpose, if it's for medical purposes, that's different. I'm not talking about that. I'm just talking about just for the sake of leisure.

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I have some really funny stories

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to share with you guys. And I won't do it.

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I won't do it.

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So that's not appropriate that's not suitable. You know? I'll just mention one thing Okay. Let's face it.

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These days the truth is that even getting a massage by someone from the same gender as fruity as well, you know,

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that's just the truth. I'm not gonna lie to you guys. You don't know where to go someone from the same gender someone from the next gender. That's why you know what to skin one of those massage chairs or get one of those massage handled machines and just give yourself a massage. At desperate world we live in what uh, whoa, no, no.

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Okay, so from this, what we learned regarding this ease that comes in when there's absolute necessity is that the shediac doesn't want to burden you Allah subhanaw taala wishes to make the religion easy for you. Whenever there's difficulty ease will come right there. And masataka is Liberte seed when there's difficulty ease will come. you're traveling, traveling is difficult allows you to shorten your prayers, you're traveling, traveling traveling is difficult. You don't have to fast anymore. You're traveling, traveling traveling is difficult, combining your prayers so you see where there is difficulty Allah subhanaw taala immediately sends an easy message Allah Allah confit.

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dinniman horloges. Allah says in Surah Surah Al Hajj, Allah says in Surah Baqarah. You read the law, ob Kemal usara whether you really become one,

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whether you need to become a nurse, yes.

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Now let's come to the last part of this, the last part of that

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questioning abundantly. Because the Prophet said a lot of Hollywood cinema became upset with his companion because he said, what do we have to do? How much every year? So what's the ruling on questioning? It's questioning a bad thing or is it a a good thing? So first and foremost, as Muslims one thing that we have to know, generally speaking, a sincere person asked me a sincere question is always praiseworthy. What did I say? a sincere person asking a sincere question is always praiseworthy. If there's anyone who ever tells you not to ask questions about your religion, that you really need clarified, that person is someone that you should avoid. This was a practice that

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people had before many of us who've migrated to the US or still we still live in countries where Islamic practice as a culture, asking the question to your mom is something that's frowned upon. If you ask her Imam, why women can't come to the budget. You know, the follow up to that is going to get smarter on your face, a slap on your face

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subbasins on

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impure soul, you're asking these questions. Don't you know that once the Imam says it, when you start accepting that as the norm, then you're going to end up losing your knowledge regarding your religion. And that's when shaytaan just comes in attacks and takes a beautiful religion like Islam and turns it into this whole nasty mess with its culture in there. There's

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Voodoo mixed in there. There's all sorts of weird stuff going on in there. So, remember the first verse of the Quran was read. So questioning is always a good thing. And what have you the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Well, first of all, is that a good question is actually half of knowledge. You can ask one good question. And that one good question can open up so many doors there and this happens actually, sometimes the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sitting in a gathering, and someone asked a question, and the Prophet said, What a beautiful question that he would give a very beautiful answer to that question.

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So what's the ruling of asking questions? First of all, we know asking questions is something recommended in the deen there are many times when the companions ask questions to the Prophet that along with them, and sometimes their questions were so beautiful that Allah recorded them in the Quran. Yes, yes. aluna Anil calella. Yes. aluna Carol comedy what Mesa? Yes, Luna garnish. shahara maputaland Fie. The question was so important that Allah recorded that question. Well, yes, Luna can in my head. Where's Anaconda? Like, it's all the questions that are there, Allah subhanaw taala brings them together. And we also know Allah subhanaw taala tells us that if you have a question

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regarding something that you don't know, or if you have to do something that you don't have the knowledge of knowledge of first a new degree in quantum Natal moon go and ask the people who know if you don't know.

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Now, a few points

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sometimes asked me a question could be farther out of line for I mean, sometimes asking that question is mandatory upon you as an individual, this is when the obligate this is this is one, what you are asking regarding is an obligation that comes to you as an individual. So for example, you don't know how to do we'll do for you to go and ask the Imam or ask a scholar? How do I do we do that question is not a preferable question. It's actually a

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it's a mandatory? It's an obligatory question, you must go and ask that question. Or, for example, you're a physician or for example, you're you deal with taxes, or you work in the banking industry. And there's something that relates to you, you need to go and ask that question. Not maybe should I woulda coulda you need to get out there and go ask the question, clearly, what is the legal ruling regarding this issue? Then sometimes asking questions is part of identifier for America means it's obligatory, but not upon every individual upon a group of people. So for example, the machine, there's a machine and there's a board that manages the machine, and there are attendees to the

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machine. And the machine wants to know, what is the ruling of having gold in the dome of the machine, for example. So every attendee of the machine doesn't need to go and ask that question. You guys understand that? The people in response, the people in position of being responsible are the ones that need to go and ask that question. So sometimes a question is necessary. But not everyone needs to go and ask it. One or two people can go and ask it and that'll do the job.

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Okay. Allah says no, Fernando Naka, De Leon fuuka. that not all people need to go and seek detailed knowledge. If a group of people go and get the knowledge, that'll do the job to so that way, if other people in the community have confusion, the group of people that did go they cannot educate others. Now sometimes asking questions is disliked. I'm going to run you through 10 scenarios where it is disliked and also prohibited to ask questions. So the first thing, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he tells us the hirsuta law, he said, Allahu alayhi, wa sallam anttila will call what kathrada swirl or ivatan. This he says the Prophet system for Vedas from random gossip. He

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forbade us from asking abundant questions. And the third thing is a lot of wasting, wasting wealth. Now, what is

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abundant questions? Why are these questions disliked? So there are multiple scenarios in which a question is meaningless and it doesn't have a merit in the dean. For example, number one, the question you're asking is unnecessary. What you've been told to do already has enough detail for you to do what you're supposed to do.

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Right? In the law, what motoko

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Allah is telling the people of Israel go and sacrifice an animal. If you stop right there. Is that enough information for you? Not just animal Bukhara. Allah is telling them go and sacrifice a cow? Is that enough information for you? sacrifice cow. That's it. Sacrifice cow. It's very simple.

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Allah is telling you to do hudge Is that enough for you? You could ask how to do HUD that would have been another question that would actually would have been a very good question how to do it. But when you're when your question is unnecessary, that's not a beneficial or desirable question. Or the second is, your question is fruitless? Meaning even if someone did give you an answer, the answer doesn't really bring direct benefit to you. For example, veterans come in asking the Prophet one is the day of judgment. The reason why the Prophet didn't like that question when he was asked when is the day of judgment is because that wasn't the right

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Question. That's a fruitless question. The question isn't what is the day of judgment? The question should be? What have you prepared for the day of judgment? That's the more important question, as far as you're concerned that a of judgment could be the next moment. And your death is your day of judgment? Or the question is such number three, you never asked a question, the meaning of which you don't want to hear? Or the answer which you don't want to hear. It's like this the hobby asked for the Messenger of Allah, Who is my father, the prophet said, a book of Odessa. Your father's for that, but he said, Oh my god, I know he was my father. I thought someone else my father all these

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years, he asked the Prophet the Prophet told him, he was caught off guard.

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When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was asked this question, Who was your father? Because the Prophet told the companions ask any questions you want and one or two of them started asking silly questions. And the Prophet he answered their silly questions but became upset. So when he became upset, oh my God alone immediately he stood up for karma for call Paulina Bella hero, will Islam Medina will be Mohammed in Surah. Lawson the via a bit of an enema, he sort of messenger of Allah do not become angry because we accept this religion. We trust you. We know that Islam is the right way we know that the Quran is our Eman and that you are our profit and loss of heart and

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without to reveal the ayah lettuce Aloo Anisha into delicata sukham verse number one on one sort of minor ones you don't want to sit him either that don't ask regarding those things that you don't want to hear the answer of, you know, just don't ask about them.

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Number Number Four now, okay.

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Arrogant questions. For example, Abu Jamal coming and asking the prophet to turn the mountain of macaws into gold. Turn that turning the mountains of money into gold. That's an arrogant request. It's an arrogant question. There's no benefit in asking that neither to the deficit allowed ism have any desire in turning the mountains of Nakamoto into gold? What number are we on now?

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We did for this should be fine. Yes.

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trying to trick people with your questions. Right now huddle. sutala has said a lot while he was cinnamon in Oulu thought you're asking someone a question trying to trick them. It's like, for example, you asked someone

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I don't know, what's a good example of that?

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No, you're trying to trick them. So you're trying to set them up? So for example, you're trying to say, I don't know what's a good way of thinking this. I'm not that I'm not that shady myself. So I can't think of a good example.

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humblebrag hashtag that.

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Like, I don't know, like two people are in front of you. And you're not one of that person. You ask them a question, knowing that the answer they're gonna give will be misunderstood by someone else in another way. Or maybe you're gonna ask them a question to which there is no right answer. You guys understand asking someone for example, this is a good example. One of my buddies he was going to get married. He was an enormous a chef, he was going to get married. So he went to visit this girl for interview.

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Submit his resume. That's what they call it these days, by the way, can't believe it. What a horrible language. So anyway, he went to meet the sister for marriage purposes. And the first thing she asked him a lot is my witness told me this ain't Allah. She asked him, where is the law?

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Right. So the what is the person supposed to say?

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Like, you know, definitely not in your brain. Like,

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in Allah verse, Allah. So this is what you call a thought,

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Oh, you're asking Christians to create fitna?

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You guys understand that, you know, everyone in the community is doing one thing, but you have another opinion in your heart and the Imam comes in rather, rather than trying to unite the community. What do you ask that person? shift? What is your opinion regarding Mousavi and everyone that comes in is like, gosh, this guy again, we have to deal with this all over again. People do this all the time. They know that, you know, when you go to MSA events, this happens all the time. someone knows in the gathering, there's another person there who's not so practicing or doesn't like a particular thing. And the last Yep. What's your ruling? What's your position? What's your opinion

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on eating chicken from McDonald's?

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nasty?

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That's my opinion.

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Like, Oh, it's so the reason why they're asking is because they're just trying to trip the other people. You don't I mean, try to put other people on check. So you try to create fitna, or you're creating hypothetical questions like, Chef, what's the ruling of living on Mars? You guys heard that Fatah that was circulating? I think one or two years back? What's the ruling of how it occurred? Which direction would a person pray if they lived on Mars? Or how would you do will do on Mars?

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It's like you're asking about how to place them on Mars Mars? Why would you pray Salaam to dunya in the first place? Like we were in the dunya for so long. You didn't praise Allah. And now you're talking about praying salon Mars. So hypothetical silly questions are asking questions about with a sharpie hot with a sharpie. That means those things that are hidden from us, like what is the meaning of a leaflet mean? Or what is the what is the Lord's hand look like? What is the laws should look like? Or ask them questions to make someone else look foolish, to make them look bad. You know, everyone here is fasting and you ask them hey, what do you have for lunch?

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And that person is now forced to say in the month of Ramadan that you know what? I'm not fasting. So you're making someone really you're putting them in a very bad situation somewhere where they don't want to be. And another talk that one of the main reasons why the Prophet said a long while he actually there's one honey

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let me just connect these two together I'll bring ahaadeeth I'll make one statement and then we'll start closing off okay. There's a hadith from Southern the last one he says the purpose of the lohani was set him set in the other Muslim Muslim Mina field Muslim Mina, German German man salah and she in Lamu haram for Halima Menagerie masala tea. At the greatest the worst person with the greatest criminal for my oma is someone who asked the question and because he asked a question, that thing became prohibited on people.

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You're probably wondering, what does that even mean? So this leads to a very important position of law regarding this Honey, what do you know you don't have to lie it says regarding this Hadith of the Prophet says, Don't ask questions abundantly is because if questions were asked during the prophets time, Revelation would come.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would avoid certain scenarios, knowing that if revelation did come regarding that would become difficult for the oma. That's why he prays that we pray inconsistently, publicly with people. And this is why the Prophet became angry with him because he said, If you keep asking that question, allow me say every year then what are you going to do? Are you going to do it every year? So this prohibition of asking question in my Mo, he says, is restricted to the life of the purpose of the law do so? Because if questions were asked during his time, abundant questions, unnecessary, silly questions, it could lead to more things becoming

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prohibited, and more things becoming obligated and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he didn't want that. He didn't want that happening. And Allah subhana wa Tada, one of the most beautiful reflections you can take from this Hadith, Allah subhana wa tada left certain things open ended for us. So we can do what we want to, you know, Allah gave it to us. He gave us choice. Allah told us cover your center. What do I need to wear? So do you? What color should I wear? What kind of pants should I wear? It's up to you. It's all your choice. What brand should I wear? That's all you are. Dean has that flexibility? There are some people that are trying to take that away. They're

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always trying to take away people's freedom. And you can't use this, you have to use that a few one or two years back, someone sent me a link, it was called the Islamic smartphone. Did you guys see that? Pure marketing scam, pure marketing scam, I'm telling you, it was a standard Android phone. And they just swapped out the applications and added a bunch of YouTube lectures on there. And it was called an Islamic phone with like a slot calendar on there, and I'll put on app in there. And the wife I was like, cheap, like,

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you don't have to add Islam at the beginning of everything. Islamic toothpaste, Islamic shampoo, Islamic toothbrush, everything doesn't have to be Islamic. You know, honestly, my own thoughts, if you check my website, the commodity on the website, I don't have Islamic anywhere on there. Because I don't sell this as an Islamic garment if it has a similar properties. So to other garments. You know, I consider this to be a more traditional garment, a garment that I like that everything has to be sold, you know, being commercialized through an Islamic lens so you can lower your your customers in. So and with that we close the Hadeeth. Now, the populism says that nations of the past were

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destroyed because of abundant questions. And because they disagreed and they didn't get off. They didn't follow their profits. And I'm going to close the Hadeeth right where I started it. Learn to submit yourself to Revelation. Learn to bring yourself down. For every one of you. There is one unique thing that your Shetty, I will tell you that your dean will tell you that it'll be hard for you to digest. Don't find it. Let it happen on you. Submit yourself, lower yourself. This is the part of the dean that needs you to practice it the most. Let me let me fix that, that you need to practice the most. Because this is where your ego is clashing with revelation. Don't throw it out

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the window. Don't throw the revelation or the wind of anything. Throw your ego out of the window, submit yourself what the prophet tells you to stay away from stay away from it, when he tells you to do do it to the best of your ability. For indeed the nations of the past were destroyed mainly due to things because of abundant, abundant, unnecessary, useless questions. And because they differ in opinion. They differ in opinion, they stood out they outright rejected with their profit set and they refuse to obey them. Pray that Allah subhanaw taala gives us Sophia to practice what was said and allows origin softens our hearts to Revelation. Allah subhanaw taala shows us truth for what it

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is and allows us to practice it.

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And he shows us falsehood for what it is and allows us to stay away from it. repair that a loss of power that it gives us strength in the face of shaitaan and a loss of power that gives us desire to walk towards the path agenda or sort of offline I see them Hammad saramonic coming to light