Hussain Kamani – The Prophet Muhammad (SAW) – The Teacher #04

Hussain Kamani
AI: Summary © The transcript discusses various topics related to education, including the use of language in education and the importance of learning to become successful in life. The speakers emphasize the need for individuals to obtain a base of knowledge and learn to be a master in mathematics, science, and religion to achieve growth in spirituality. They also touch on the topic of hip schools and the importance of finding a way to communicate with children and grow in learning. The importance of educating people and finding a way to grow and learn is emphasized. The segment also touches on the negative consequences of actions and the importance of educating neighbors.
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100 Inaka file so I'm gonna let you know stuff. So Susan said you did receive a Hotmail MBR while earlier Skia was happy he left the ameba.

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We are studying the book of Sheffield Fatah, Abu Dhabi, Allah, Allah rasool Allah, Allah.

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And he is discussing how education teaching specifically was such an important and central part of the life of Rasulullah sallallahu ala he was sitting

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the chapter we left off in the middle of in our last session. It's about solidity under rasuna Marlin. The sooner establishes and proves that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a guide a teacher with great

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wisdom. So we cover two narrations today inshallah we'll start with the third narration spend

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a lot of sound that was really that was the number one reason for it. happiness to me about your loved one said while I was offering Salah with those little boss, nobody was sending a person in the congregation seeds. So I made the following supplication thing may Allah Tada have met him. When I said this, all the people began staring. So I said how great is that affliction of my mother, but she's directing?

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What is wrong with you people wipe staring at you in this manner. They began striking their ties with their hands. When I saw the motioning, mostly motioning me to remain silent I remain silent, but also the loss of a loved body instead of completed the salon cool. And I thought that maybe my father and mother be sacrificed.

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I've never come across a better teacher than him both before and often. I take an oath by Allah that will need to approach me struck me nor was he abusive to me in any way. All that he said to me was this in the salon there should be no speech of man. All that should have is the glorification of Allah Tala mentioned the greatness of Allah that citation of the Quran. So in this hadith, while we have been hakama salami, rhodiola one recalls an incident.

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He says I was praying Salah with Rasulullah sallallahu. It was sent in beta and it was suddenly Matsuda who said Allahu Allah He was selling his other Saracen mineral home while they were praying a person sneezed

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in the earlier days of Islam.

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Small talk was permitted in prayer. So if someone said salaam to you it was permitted to respond back to that person set up. Similarly if a person sneezed it was permissible to say yeah, hummock Allah, these are small things that were allowed. This herb actually say that before we went to Habesha, we would greet them he said, Allamani was sent him and he would respond, possibly through a gesture. But when we came back from Habesha, we said Salam Genovesa Allahu it was sent him and he didn't respond back to us at all. We were worried maybe something happened, maybe we did something wrong. Later on Rasul Allah said along it was sort of informed us that this was no longer

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permissible. So this hobby was praying with a sort of loss and along it was cinnamon. Someone sneezed and he said yeah, hummock Allah

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phenomenal tone the other side of him. Everyone started staring them down. Like they were all looking at him like what are you doing? This is the middle of Salah. Why are you talking football to what's going on? Maya? May your mother's lose you. Why are you guys all staring at me like this? He's talking about the way insula he's saying this part in salatu. Masha Comptons Runa Ilya, still insula. Why are y'all staring at me?

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I find this hilarious because I can imagine this happening in our masjid and everyone flipping out. What's wrong with this guy? For joglo yelled at him, buddy. He says everyone started taking their hands and striking their thighs to make a sound as if they were telling him to hush it

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for Mr. Item you submitted any circuit. When I saw they were trying to hush me up. I look quiet. Now in his heart you can imagine how frustrated he is. finishes off the prayer. For Lama Salah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Donny after prayer was over and abusive along while he was sort of called me

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be Abby who our own me. My mother and father both be sacrificed for him. Model A tomato lemon. Pamela What about other who Senator Lehman mill? I never saw a teacher before him or after him who was as kind when teaching then Rasul Allah said along while he was full Allah He Maharani wanna borrow money you want shutter money? Maybe so long while he was sitting did not reproach me. He did not strike me. He did not say something foul to me. Well God, however love you sir.

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Long while he was sort of set in the hobbyists Allah Tala jasola houfy hashy on min clamminess that while you're in prayer, we don't engage in general conversation in nama what the Spirit who what took Viru what prayer or to Quran?

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It is the smear campaign Subhana Allah Allah Subhana Allah, it is Allah Akbar. It is reading and recitation of the Quran. So in this narration, when we look at it, we see that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam deals with this individual with great kindness. He's very gentle with this human being. Because the prophets of Allahu Allah He was seldom understands that this person did not do what he did, out of arrogance or out of disobedience. It was a simple matter of ignorance, he just didn't know.

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And there is absolutely no point or Neither does it serve, right that a person reprimand someone with harshness? Simply because of their Johanna because they were ignorant of a matter. Rather show them gentleness, show them kindness, Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he had such an impact on him, that he says that I never met anyone who was as kind and loving as it was sort of lost and aligned. Because there was a clear contrast here. On one side, there were educators. These were these other individuals that were in the congregation who used that approach, which again, is suitable and appropriate, but it had firmness in it. They were frustrated and almost annoying. What are you

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doing? People like us? Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had empathy for the student. He understood that this person just doesn't know. So being frustrated with him, publicly calling them out out loud saying something is only going to be little than sort of sort of Lhasa lawani will sort of calls him and then note here maybe said Allahu Allah was him again doesn't tell him what you did was haram that caused your slaughter break. So go repeat it again. And while you're there, just do your window again. So you're spiritually clean.

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That's what we would have done. When someone does something wrong. We are quick to pass fatwa legal rulings are sort of lost and Allahu Allah was sitting doesn't do that here. He does point out the general Massada which is that in Salah we're not supposed to do these things, but he doesn't pass the verdict on your Salah is invalid. So go do it again. Or have you seen a lot what he was saying doesn't tell him what you were doing was haram. What I've noticed is people generally don't do haram, acknowledging and knowing that it's haram.

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And if they are doing something that is well known to be haram telling them it's haram doesn't really make a difference because they already know it. It's like a person who has

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complications with being attracted to people from the same gender or something of that nature, something that's complicated with their gender issues or sexuality issues. The first thing parents or family members will say is shift. Can you go tell them it's haram? And every time I almost say the same thing that they already know what's her?

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I'd be surprised if this person didn't know is haram. I'm sure every time they search this issue on the internet, the first 50 results said haram haram haram haram haram their friends by now told them It's haram. But we have to look for a different approach. We have to find a different way to communicate with them and talk to them about this issue. Or sort of lesson along while they were set up this hobby said B A B

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A B A B and our Omi and we say the same thing regarding the teaching of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that feedback can be what? May our mothers and fathers be sacrificed for the gentleness and the kindness of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam yes continue

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all forms of speech apart from the praises of Ubuntu is glorification recitation of the Quran Jaya cetera, are prohibited and so on. Therefore replying to a person who sneezes weeks you asked a question etc. During Salah who nullified this Imam never real bar has written in his commentary of the above Hadith. This hadith displays the Brand Character Rasul Allah and Allah on insulin, which is testified to by a lot tied himself. It also shows his kindness to an ignorant person and his compassion and beneficence to his followers. The hadith not only teaches us to be kind to an ignorant person, but also to correct him in a cordial and compassionate manner. Yes, he says your

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mom no we mineralogy mahalo Villa de Shahid, Allah Hoonah, who Biggie that from this narration, we see the real character of Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the character that Allah subhanaw taala himself attest to and he says, we're in the Kannada holo philosophy. And it's something that's so well established and accepted masala

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that you can have a great teacher who is condescending, or you can have a teacher who is humble and loving

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Get character. And it's a second one that will not only teach you the subject, but will also touch your heart. They will motivate you encourage you to be a better version of yourself. As for the teacher, that's belittling harsh and rough, it's very possible, you may learn the subject from them, but you will be hurt along the way, you will be scarred. And they may actually crush you and break you in the process, making you lose confidence in yourself that you don't have trust in yourself. I see this as unfortunately, the model of education that's used in a lot of our hip schools, that when children are going to memorize the Quran, the language that's used towards these kids isn't

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motivating. Unfortunately, it's not encouraging. It's not uplifting. It's your beautiful.

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Thank you a lot. He's sort of a donkey.

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And then the all sorts of other

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very fruitful languages, words are used to refer to these young children who have decided to dedicate their late their day to reading the Quran, Allah subhana, WA, tada. You don't live people like this.

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And if we step away from that environment, even in our homes,

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parents saying, Come on, sit down, also combat, right. They're using foul language and saying foul things for their own children. What kind of mother or father should does that? Unfortunately, what I've seen is, many young people in our community that lack drive and confidence to do things isn't because they lack in innate skills, it's because their mentors and or parents are the ones that have actually broken them down and stole them of all confidence. They've robbed them, of all their confidence. Because they were constantly compared against someone else, they were constantly told someone else was better, they were constantly told, they didn't do good enough. There are different

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words, there are different expressions that a person can use when encouraging someone to do better.

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Right, you can appreciate what was done yet highlight either then or at a later point, again, you have to see what's going on. Whether there is room and space for growth, you shouldn't call someone and hide them from reality where everyone gets a trophy for participation. There should be real conversations that there is there is room for growth here. This wasn't done properly. But it shouldn't come at the cost of killing someone's confidence. Also, the loss of a loved one a well said him, gave everyone their due.

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He lifted them respected them. And that's why it's very difficult for many of us who are raising children to do it in the world that we live in. Because sometimes those very same children now when they interact with maybe uncles, aunts, grandparents or other family members, the way they speak to the children is so condescending that as a parent, you have to step in and say that those parents are those individuals who choose to be a part of your child's life. Timeout. We don't talk to kids in our house. We don't do this. We don't belittle people. We give them confidence. We treat them in a prophetic matter how to be said Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he lifted people up and he says be heavy

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who our own me my mother and father be sacrificed for us. allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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Okay, so he says I'm not going to lie it says here we see the character of an Ibiza long while he was selling

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being displayed here Yes. So then he says for you more I live in Chicago Fatah Botha so are you more I live in Manila more of Vina to her Raja Allah the other than Oh photo.

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So now show me a teacher. Show me an educator who had such a large number of people who graduated from under him who entered into the world after being mentored by him who are as complete and as guided and as you know, just perfect as those who came from under a suit of Lhasa llamada he was said I love you the Harada Behala does have a lot about okay for Caillou Cabela who okay for Soto bado How were they before us with the loss of a loved one he was sort of mentored their life and then look at how they were after it'd be so long why he was so touched their hearts and played a part in their in their life. You ever see those detergent commercials?

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Or the some crazy accident that happened? And it's a big hot mess? And you're kind of wondering in that moment? Oh my god, how are they going to clean it? And then they open up the cabinet and there's this beautiful orange container that has the right detergent and it cleans everything.

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And then when you look at it you think to yourself, wow, was that cloth even ever dirty?

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You know that whole experience that I'm speaking of imagine that but with Ottawa

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and Revelation being the detergent that was cleaning their heart and the one that was mixing it all and doing the

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Cleaning was Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will use a key him.

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He was the one that was removing the stains from their hearts and teaching them

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okay for candelabra who okay for sorrow. By the way, what were they before him? And what did they become after him?

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In Nikolova? Headman, how old is habit a little notch?

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Each and every one of the companions are a speaking proof of the greatness of this teacher, a moron BL fairytale, Oh Ha, this unique teacher, each and every one of them our proofs of it. Well, how are you lucky to not be Kalamata until you get injured then the bad habit, and also the Yin. And he says, this reminds us of a statement that some of the great scholars of the past set,

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low lemmya Cooley Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam more or

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less like a foe who it's about inability. That if there was no other miracle for a sort of loss in the long run, even if there was no other miracle that existed, other than the students are going to be sort of a while to sort of have a bucket or model mine early on has obey and sad say, Man, Aveda Redwater Allah, Allah image Marine.

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If they were the only ones if that was it, there was no other miracle.

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Like a faux hula is batty.

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Nobody, they would surprise him to establish his profit. Because each of which one of them was so perfect. Each one of them became so unique. They had such amazing character. They were such amazing human beings that each of them inspired a nation.

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Each of them inspired a nation. So if this is the situation,

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as I shared with you guys a few weeks ago, yes, Shawn hit me when I'm walking in the car column. If this is a state of the slaves and servants and at some level, it will send the students along while he was sitting. Where does a person even begin to imagine the true rank of Rasulullah sallallahu ala us and where do we even start? Okay, yes, continue.

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History testifies to the loss of a

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perfect teacher.

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History also best testimony to the fact that also lost along with a teacher par excellence, a cursory glance at the state of humanity before his prophethood and the transformation he produced gives us the clearest testimony and proof of this. Examples of teachers and guides from the human race which mankind witnessed often the messenger and teacher conclusively prove the eminence of this great teacher and instructor, or other great personalities in the world of teaching and tutoring became insignificant when compared to themselves.

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Is there any teacher besides the noble messengers learning so let me produce students in greater numbers and were more rightly guided on the Sahaba Devadatta and his followers? What was the condition of the Sahaba before the advent and how were they and how, and how were they transformed of this atom? After every single one of these Sahaba is a clear proof of the greatness of this unique match this teacher and instructor. This reminds us of the statement made by brilliant jurists, he says if also the loss of Allah volume seven had no miracle but the Sahaba Otherwise, they would have been sufficient to prove his problem.

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This next chapter he has have the Hula, hula Mia, how would it be so long? It was sort of encourage that erasing the removal of illiteracy from society. Have the war Allahu Amir, how will we get rid of illiteracy from society? What the Buddha whom you know for tourists to Tallinn.

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And there is a long one he was sort of warning people becoming lazy when it comes to education. And in teaching anything studying or teaching when you become lazy. We cover this word for thought today earlier in class. When you become sluggish and lazy. When you step back and you're not bringing your A game you have to be very focused. You have to make this your goal like really take it seriously. When society lays off and people become lazy when it comes to their education. Things Fall Apart. Right?

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What happens when people are struggling financially, they send the kids off to work those kids end up missing out on their education. Now, I know that this is a I'm speaking from a place of, you know,

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entitlements someone may argue that you aren't you have the opportunity to go and seek education in some families, they don't have that freedom. And I agree I accept that for that. We're thankful to Allah subhana wa Tada. But it doesn't take away from the fact that we need to ensure that our children receive a healthy education where they're well rounded and they can communicate with people and that you know they are at least on par with

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Everyone else in society if not above that, the Muslims should be above that because we are people. And this is what our tradition is actually all about. Yes.

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Also the last value set that encourages the eradication of illiteracy and once against laxity in teaching and learning, there is nothing strange about such a large number of people graduating at the hands of Rasul Allah Subhan. Allah is such a short space of time, because he tried to pass you try to that's an interesting point here.

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Not only didn't they be sent along while he was sitting produce ace students like amazing students. But yet the $100 day he settled on instead of having a jumble of a few minutes, it wasn't just a few people, maybe sit alone while they were sitting didn't just produce like five or six students. How many do we have 1000s of them 1000s of these people, and then FIFA Roger Federer rotten wedgies, a 10 minute minute Zemon. He produced a large group of them in how much time folks very short. Think about this, how many years was nimbu

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23 years, out of which three years was private Dawa. Put that aside, you have now 20 years left in the 20s. In those 20 years, Muslims were tortured and they were forced to leave MCI and traveled to Abyssinia and all this stuff. The boycott ended in basically the 10th year after Nagoya. 10th year after Nagoya, yes maybe some Allahu Allah will sit down with teaching throughout so I'm not going to discount that. But I'm just trying to draw a picture here. They are studying and praying privately and accommodating.

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Okay, but and then now they arrived in Madina Munawwara 13 years of new boo I have passed. Now there is the measure Neville which is the platform of education, where people are coming to study and kind of hustle bustle come and go tribes are coming veterans are coming delegations are coming this haba irregular a group of Sahaba dedicate themselves to studying who later on become known as yes how the sofa so if we were to take the whole 23 years for the type of work to be set along while he was sitting did first of all, that is phenomenal. You know, your Harvard's and Stanford's and these Oxford's couldn't can't produce water soda. And keep in mind, what's the budget here?

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Right. Keep that in mind too. Right? Right. It's just natural, pure, genuine human interaction loaded with.

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And it's not about overdosing them acknowledge it's about giving them the right amount of knowledge, something we're going to come to later on, hopefully today, where it's not about the abundance of knowledge. We don't need everyone to know everything. Not everyone needs to be a master in math, science. Everyone needs to have a basic knowledge of it so you can get through life. But then you have to figure out what it is for you that you need the most that's going to help you go far. Too much knowledge is not good for you again, something we'll talk about later inshallah. He has a chapter ahead where he discusses the blob maybe for a long while he was sitting in which the prophet

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of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sought protection in knowledge that was not beneficial. So there is a there are a few interesting points there to discuss. So these students were produced FIFA rotten what Jesus didn't mean as them in a very short window. Yes.

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Because he tried to cause collective and joint education with his Sahaba and ablation to wipe out illiteracy completely encourage them to seek knowledge and yeah, we're definitely well on me at death. Maybe you said Allahu alayhi wa sallam was interested in wiping out illiteracy. Everyone needs to be educated. The fact that we have sort of Fatiha that is part in Salah tells us that the visit Allahu alayhi wa sallam wanted everyone to have a base level of knowledge.

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Right? And this is just one point. There are so many things in Islam that are fun. And those things being obligatory now make it

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necessary for each individual to go and seek that knowledge. And some of those subjects are such that in order to know one thing you have to know two other things if you want to read through the Fatiha, you have to know how to be a little bit right and then you need to know some pronunciation right? And then if you go a little further and understand the essence of sort of fatty how you're going to want to know translation to memorization it's a few things that come together and before you know what you have now secured a good solid piece of knowledge that will be your go to for whenever you desire growth in your spirituality. Locked in. Right, maybe a lot of sudden he offered

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this opportunity to individuals yes

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He encouraged him to seek knowledge and commissioned them to eradicate eradicate illiteracy. He wore them severely against being lacks in this regard. This is why they began acquiring knowledge and gained a thorough and standard of religion. They began teaching and learning from each other and the very, within a very short span of time, interesting eradicated, each one of the Sahaba once they learned something from to be sent along, while it was sudden, in their own capacity, then made an attempt and made a sacrifice to convey it on to others. Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, value value, the shahidul vibe that those that are present should convey this message to the ones

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that are absent. And one narration to be sent along. While he was sent him said, it is very possible that the one that is absent, will have a better understanding of the material than the one that was even present.

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You heard the knowledge, you heard the information, you conveyed it to someone else, someone else understands that we better. Isn't that amazing? That's phenomenal. I had a situation like that this year, I was teaching at the seminary. And there was one particular muscle into a fifth that I didn't understand, to be honest with you.

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It wasn't a muscle that I struggled so much with it was an explanation to the muscle. And however, just out of Amana, I would just narrate the muscle anyway. So this year, one of my students, she said something, and when she said it that moment, it cracked the muscle for me. And I looked up at her and I said, Allah reward you. Thank you for that. I really appreciate it. Because I understand this line for a long time. Your one Hoshyar your one little footnote that you added it clear it up the muster, someone else may understand it better than you yourself will understand it because Allah subhanaw taala opens up people's minds as He wills and another narration and sort of Lhasa Allahu

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Allah will send him said, buddleias Romney

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convey from me even if a verse.

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Now this is a tricky one. By the way. It's a tricky one, because I've talked about this with you guys as well, all the time, that don't become a teacher too soon. When you become a teacher too soon, what happens you forget to be a student, and you neglect yourself, not allowing the knowledge to have an impact on you. You shouldn't teach something, the moment you learn it, it's not a good thing. Unless you're in a desperate situation, and you need to now go and teach other people that's different. But before you actually convey something on to someone else, like you watched a YouTube video on how to make kebabs, don't do a kebab class.

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First figure it out, get a little used to it, play around with the kebab. Try the recipe a little here and there until you feel like no, this is now something that I'm comfortable with than before and teacher. Right? The issue with being a teacher too quick, is then people seek knowledge within Nia of teaching it not for the purpose of self transformation. A hole is created in that person's intention like a vortex, and it sucks out all the sincerity. And before you know what the people that are benefiting from that person aren't sure why these words aren't making any impact of their lives.

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In order for him to have an impact on someone, in order for knowledge to be transformational, you have to let it simmer into the heart.

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After you listen to something, this is the difference between people who listen to a gym or slip by and forget what they talked about by the time they're at that door, and the others who hold on to one or two concepts. And they think about it throughout the week. How does this impact my life? What does this mean to me? What did that statement actually, you know, what was your sort of lesson a long way of saying there? Those will let that simmer and let it sit and they reflect on it. Maybe during the day while they're eating before they go to sleep at night. People have difficult and taboo knowledge then begins to enter into their heart. As it does change occurs. But if you're one

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of those people that as soon as you hear it, you post it. Like this was a thing, right? If you guys remember, I don't know if they still do it or not. But before they used to do these people while they would take gurus while they were sitting in class, they were posting stuff on social media.

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Do you guys remember this live tweeting? Is that what it's called? Live messaging where they will be posting stuff. I understand that the NIA is good by the way. I'm not doubting anyone's Nia. But

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you can post that later on right now. Just focus. Focus on your studies. Now if the teacher is encouraging you to do it as as a moment of engagement and to encourage other people online to join. That's another message that's good. It's a tactic that people use to invite others to a classroom know how to do that. But as a student, you shouldn't desire that. You should start off by bringing that knowledge home, allowing the change to occur sitting on it, finding the right people, and speaking with wisdom and possibly if I may even add, making sure that before you speak, you speak to a teacher to ensure that your understanding of that muscle is sound first

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First and foremost, how many if I had a dime for every time someone shared something that I said and completely botched it? Because later on it was when I was asked about the issue, I explained that there's like 30% truth in that statement, that 70% That's false is not a lie. I don't think that person said intentionally, but I'm not sure if they were able to grasp what I was saying. Let me say it to you again. This is the Corrado morada we're now you verify what you're saying.

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Yes, go ahead

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observe the world around you said one tablespoon allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam adjust the people praise Allah to Allah and exalt Alex told him he then mentioned some Muslims and spoke highly of them. They're often said What is wrong with some people who do not educate and teach them here and I just said a lot while he was said I'm always kept things vague.

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He didn't call people out by name. We talked about this earlier, because when you call people out by name what happens?

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They get defensive. They feel like they're being attacked. So if you look at the word lady via

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some other Karratha wife Mila Muslim enough athanor Allahu ALA, Nabi SallAllahu, alayhi wa sallam reference some groups of the believers and he spoke highly of them.

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Some of them he said my Bala Kwame, what is wrong with the people? I can no name mentioned on either side. Keeping it vague keeping it general? Yes, quite continue. Explain to them they do not

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know why they was sitting didn't rebuke these people because they themselves are ignorant. That's not the issue. The people that he's speaking of were very intelligent people. These people were very good at knowledge. However, he said my Bible acquirement now you fuck the Hoonah Gianna him? What are you on the moon? What are you fucking Luna him? When I Morona him? Well, I and hold on him. It's not let me set a long while he was said I'm saying that you people are fools rather than going along what he was saying was pointing out that these people did not convey the knowledge they have to their neighbors, to the people in their locality. And he's leading to a really big point for this

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narration, he points out that it is very easy to claim. You can make this claim without having much of a problem that in the recent Allahu alayhi wa sallam was one of the first people that that drop the responsibility on edge of education on every individual of the society.

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Not just the teacher in the classroom, not just the imam in the masjid, that everyone in society who knows has a responsibility to reach out to those who don't know, I think it's beautiful. In our mission, when I moved to Dallas, some years back six years ago, it's been though, when I came here and our mission, there were a group of brothers every Sunday or every other Sunday, they would do a class on the latest technology that needed to be known that needed to be studied, to grow your career in the IT field.

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Whatever I said makes any sense.

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I'm not an IT guy. That's my attempt.

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It was basically an enrichment course. I thought it was beautiful. I thought it was amazing. Because whenever we talk about seeking knowledge in Islam, people always speak up. And hamdulillah Quran sunnah, which is great. But there are so many skills that people have in this congregation

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that they could pass on to juniors and younger ones. And they can benefit tremendously. I've never seen someone come to a machine and say I'm going to teach a one day seminar on graphic designing bring your laptops have these programs loaded on there. Let's do it. Never seen it. If you've seen it, please let me know. But I know there are young people in our community who are actually very good at it.

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I've never seen a seminar done in a masjid and even if by the way people say Oh, but nobody comes. Okay, you're talking to any month. Like half the time we're giving the roosters, one or two people in front of us. Okay, so if you're doing it for people then go find another place. Here. I'm just speaking of what? Doing it for the sake of

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convenience teaching that you have something Why don't you teach it to someone,

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someone else will benefit. They'll learn something.

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Okay, I can speak on this more but I think the issue is clear continue.

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They do not come on towards good. They love them from evil.

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Well, so the loss of Allah Arias was referring to the great bright that people have over the land brothers and educates neighbors because of the Islamic Brotherhood which exists between them in addition to their neighbor, the relationship. In Islam, the rights of neighbors are highly emphasized. They also they almost reach the status of family members who are eligible to inherit or solo law. Some said in this regard, Jabra is kept emphasizing to me the rights of the neighbor to the extent that he will make them make him my inheritor Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam dusters out

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to the fact that a person is is close to becoming an inheritor in the world of business or on the basis of being a neighbor and living in close proximity to.

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There are different types of neighbors, those who live next to each other, those who intermingle with each other to the extent that they don't say Masjid School District, mosque, marketplace, etc. Inherited inheritance is of two types tangible and so first thing he says, What is God Murat Mola, Sokka Mahabharata two things he points out, we'll also call those people who are connected to the next Mahabharata, they socialize with one another. They're not necessarily connected in the sense that they're sharing neighborhood or

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property lines touch they have the hotter the age, who my message is done, in the sense that they are gathered together by a message maybe it's the magic they create together. Oh, my data set on Omaha Latin also can acknowledge that there is something common they get together for school. So now there's some interaction. Okay. Now, that's one thing. Now earlier he's quoted that he cited that UI up wear a suit of law so long while he was sent him said Matt Mazar led up do you see me be the job Hatter? Version two and who say you weren't

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that Jimmy that he said, I'm kept mentioning to me, he kept encouraging me to be kind to the neighbor, kind of the neighbor that I thought that the next thing he was going to say was, the neighbor is now going to inherit from you. Are we are we good so far? Now the next thing that he says, because he talked about inheritance, now he points on inheritance is of two types. There's his sea and mountain.

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Inheritance is of

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two types, his sea and mountain. I covered this earlier today. Anyone know what his sea means?

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Something tangible, something physically called a hissy. Mondovi something that's not tangible.

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So he says, for his see you who Walmart Walmart and the Wii U, who and

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that the tangible inheritance is wealth. And the intangible inheritance is knowledge. Or sort of Lawson Allahu alayhi wa sallam said, no my eyeshadow mbf we are the group of the prophets.

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That net is what

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we are not inherited from.

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Right. And then in another narration in Mr. Waldo fuller in the profits leave behind knowledge. That's what they leave behind. fundo nama what? MBR therefore the scholars are the heirs of the prophets. So if someone wants to inherit from Rasulullah sallallahu, it was said and he said, a lot of it wasn't enough so much behind. Not a small amount.

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The value of trillions is among us. But for the person who understands it and appreciates, the one who doesn't understand it and doesn't appreciate it. They will view this in this revelation as trash stuffer Allah as something with no value at all. They'll pass up on it.

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There's a incident as Father share on this point,

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regarding a student who would go to the madrasa to study with his teacher.

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One day a teacher said to him,

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I will give you something today that is more valuable than everything in the world.

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This kid was super excited. Yeah, let's do it. Like, I want to be super rich. Let's do it. So his teacher taught him a muscle of the dean.

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Student was very naive.

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He took the mess and I went home.

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And he was like, in England, they would say a proper chuffed, like super happy, like, I just nailed it. A really rich right now.

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His mother said, but I need you to go to the grocery store. She gave him a grocery list. She was giving him some money. He said, Mom, I don't need your money. I got this.

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Mama said okay, go ahead. So he went to the store, he gathered all the items that he wished to purchase. He came to the cashier at the front. The cashier gave him the total. And he then said to him, Okay, you owe this much money. So he's the cashier. Forget that money, I will give you something more valuable than everything in the world.

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cashier was skeptical, like, are you talking to Bitcoin here?

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So okay, what is it? So then he taught him a mosquito. He picked up a stubborn fluid out of that. Bill, put everything back first, and then get out of my store.

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So then

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he went home, his mama said, Where's the grocery? He's I don't talk about it.

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He went to the mother of the next day. She said, What happened? You look very sad and I don't want to talk about it. He said, No, tell me what happened. He said, If you fooled me. You said you gave me something so valuable that it was more valuable to everything in the world. I could

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By salary with it more valuable than everything in the world.

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So the shift then said, Okay, do you trust me? He said, Of course, I'm upset, but I still love you. So he gave him a back. He said inside this bag is something more valuable than everything in the world.

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He had something physical this time, so it gave him more. It wasn't.

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pissy he had something tangible. He was a little bit more confident he went home again. Mom was a bear need that goes through this. He said, Don't worry, I got it. Take the money. No, no, I don't need it. I got it. showed her the back. She had a little bit more confidence to

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he went to the store. The grocer said, Hey, showed him the bag.

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He got all this stuff.

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The grocer gave him as the cashier given this total.

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He opened up his bag, there was a rock and they hit the rock, threw it on his head, and then threw a slipper to and said get out of here. Don't come back to the store again.

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This time the students said you know what, I'm not even going to go home. I'm just going to go back to the ship. And I'm gonna say I'm done with this.

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So he went to a shift.

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And he was very frustrated. He said, Jeff, what is this? So he said to him, Look, you said you trusted me. Right? Give me one last chance.

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So he said Jeff, of course. He said, See this rock that I gave you in this bag? Take it to Seoul Seoul store, showing the rock asking the value, don't sell it.

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he walked into the store and it was a store of a jeweler. He presented the rock to

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the jeweler picked up the same rock and looked at it carefully and said, Where did you get this from? This is extremely valuable. This is a unique stone.

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Kid about half Yeah, I actually have something of value.

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He took it back, as it shifts that without slipping in and came back to the teacher. And he said I don't understand I went to the grocery he didn't.

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He threw it at me and that guy was drooling over it. He said this is the reality of life. Not everyone understands the value of everything.

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The jeweler understood the value of the stone, the grocer didn't because he doesn't know stones. And the same goes with

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when you present it in front of people,

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they will sacrifice their life for it. They'll travel across the desert that they have to listen to one Hadith of a sort of Lhasa allottee. So

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they'll go from one part of the world to the other part of the rule just to stand in front of agreeableness with loss and a lot to give one set arm and that'll be the highlight of their existence.

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But for someone who doesn't have value for it's meaningless. That's why they say

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Kalama NAS Allah Akali

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Columbanus Allah, Audrey oleum speak to people on their level, that everyone's on the same level.

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And when you're sharing knowledge, and when you're teaching it, don't offer it up too quickly. It may harm the student. They won't value it. Everything needs to happen that region slowly, slowly, slowly. And this is one of the wisdoms behind the quran being revealed over 23 years to the region.

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slowly gradually, that people don't appreciate it. When a student joins in Mugu or a seminary year one they want all of their questions answered. Is that right? I mean,

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I thought they want all of their questions answered in year one. But then you turn to Allah I mean, tell me

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you don't get your questions answered that one slowly, slowly after four or five years when you slowly have them answered there's a lot more appreciation.

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You guys understand, but at the beginning when the teacher isn't answering your questions, you feel angry. Why aren't they answering my questions? I have a right I pay tuition This is an Apple Store customer's always right.

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really worked out.

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But see what

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as they say regarding it.

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I love your Tikka Baba who knowledge will not give you even a part of it. Until you do what

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you give yourself completely to knowledge.

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You have to humble yourself in front of Elon for it to come.

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Those that are arrogant.

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They are department loss pelo data protectors. Yes continue.

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Tangible inheritance because it consists of the inheritance of wealth, in tangible inheritance, on the other hand consists of the inheritance of knowledge. It is the duty of a person to teach his neighbor that which is essential and beneficial, especially knowledge. It is one of the most essential rights of a neighbor. May the peace of salutations of

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What Allah be upon the teacher and guide to all of mankind syllabus.

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And what is wrong with some people that they do not learn from their neighbor neighbors, they do not educate themselves through their neighbors they do not try to understand them. I take an oath by law that people should certainly teach their neighbors educate them and make them understand and walk them towards good and prohibit them from evil. And people should certainly that their neighbors educate themselves through them and try to understand from them if not, I anticipate punishment from them in this world. Also Allah so Allah Ronnie was submission descended in entities house while he was gone, some people began saying Who do you think he was referring to? Yeah, they said month Rona.

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What do you think that a lot of someone's talking about what he was rocking it on a group of people or do

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we think he was talking about the shotgun folks. Whoo hoo ha, what a hum Geodon jufa Tune mineral Mia, he will rock

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that their neighbors aren't so educated, but they are very educated. So the fact that there's such a contrast here, that on one side of the city, you have amazing schools and amazing education system. And on the other side, you have people that can't pass high school. Isn't there something wrong?

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Are you guys catching that? The point that I'm making here, right? That shouldn't happen that a one one part one half of the street is very educated. The other half has no education. That's not right. Education should be equally available for

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Fabiola datacal, Ashley and Ashley folks found out then they'd be awesome spoke like this. Naturally they were concerned. I thought Rasulullah saw some for call jasola The kurta Coleman behind the curtain that a messenger of Allah you spoke of one group of people positively but then you spoke of us negatively some about or not what is wrong with us? What did we do wrong? So maybe saw some then he explains to them what they did wrong and he cites an I have the Quran

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surah Merida liner Lydian occur from him when he saw it Allah descended I went and then he jumps to the part gundula Tonight Hold on, I'm on current falloon A bit Semakau

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that Allah curse those people why? Because they got into Latin America and follow. They were not helping society. People were doing wrong and they just let them be. They didn't care.

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So then they said m Hill senator, almost cinderblock. Give us a year. We'll fix it.

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Um, hello him. Senator. Let me saw something gave him that year. Yes. Go ahead. Continue.

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Someone replied, I think he was referring to that shoddy and because they are very bad people are their neighbors are cast people inhabiting the Oasis and rural areas that actually came to know of this and therefore a purchase or the loss.

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They said to him Oh, so the muscles that you mentioned some people in very glowing terms why you divided us? What have we done wrong? For sure possible love body cinema type? People should certainly educate their neighbors, make them understand command them towards good and prohibit them from evil. And people should certainly learn from their neighbors try to understand from them and educate themselves through them. If not, I anticipate punishment for them in this world. They said also the loss should we make others understand? So sort of laws. So they were they were kind of caught off? They said a fuckton? Oh, I don't know. Like, do we need to go and educate other people?

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We did our part our tribe is good. We taught the kids in our community, everyone's good here. So why don't we need to go to other people. So the loss of some father photo who I am, if you saw something repeated the whole thing again, the previous paragraph that everyone needs to do this otherwise I fear at last punishment will come for our Duplo not whom they repeated their question that do we have to go on educating the people? Are they our fault? Where are the responsibility for follow Danica even though we saw some that too? Yes. They said oh no sort of law should we make others understand so sort of our sort of low values and repeated what he said to them? They also same

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question again should we make others understand also the law so the law parties, again repeated what he had said to them, they said give us respite one year to educate on? Well, soon Allah

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gave them this respite one day in order to educate their neighbors to teach them and to make them understand what sudo Allah so Allah

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decided to disburse they were cast unbelievers from among the various Swahili by the time of the Buddha now he said the sort of money and this is because they were disobedient and transgress the bounds they will not prevent one another from from the evil which they committed, how evil is that which they will do? 78 and seven that I've sort of 78 and 79 sort of my yes continue. While explaining this hadith are respected teacher and admin was fluffer as Bob said in his book and multiple alphapay Calphalon. Displaying shortcomings in teaching and learning is considered to be a collective crime. One who commits

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Japan deserves a welcome punishment. History has not recorded a standpoint of this nature as regards as regards the sanctity of the knowledge taken by anyone before pseudo law, civil law bodies election or after abandoning religious responsibilities is an evil act and is punishable. Teaching and learning are constitutive of these villages, responsibilities, responsibilities. Therefore, if a non peasant shirts, shirts with responsibility of teaching, or if a Muslim fail to them, that central religion, then both will be punished. This is because Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, and that's your real stop here. Because then now he goes into other narrations of us,

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normally, I'll discuss this in more detail tomorrow. Maybe we'll start from Schiff, Mr. Positive class statement again, and then we'll work our way down. We ask Allah subhanaw taala accepts and grants and stuff to our heart what we learned and makes us a few pearls of element keeps us in gatherings of what sort of love

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