Hussain Kamani – The Prophet Muhammad – The Teacher #12

Hussain Kamani
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And who will confer with salmonella stuffer for salsa nada so you did a study with Hotmail and via

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LinkedIn Ischia was having like a my bad

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chef of the Fatah, Allah Tala. In this beautiful book of his rasool Allah Marlon

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is interested in, in showing us how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was such an amazing educator and teacher.

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What we've been doing for the past few weeks is studying those narrations that describe the personality of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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Because one aspect of the teacher is their knowledge. Another aspect is their ability to teach. But then there is a aspect that's to do with their personality,

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an individual you're dealing with, and all of these things must be aligned and they must have good equilibrium between them. And we understand that if there's any, any form of imbalance, the impact that you can have from that interaction is limited. So we continue with this today. He shares a few more narrations and then moves on to a beautiful discussion from Imam Marwadi Rahim Allah data in which in my mouth, Rahim, Allah with data

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presents a very some very important points about the personality of the sort of loss of the audience. So with that, we'll start with Smilla.

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That is bobbin area and say, I want to move on entered the messages. I saw a man from the base tribe, whose name was

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relating someone Nespresso, some of us have a low value seven to me. So I went and searched. I saw him out of fat and rushed to me. Someone told me get away from him. So So those are some Alaba nobody was telling themselves leave the man alone. He probably the props that Allah while he was sitting was an Ottawa.

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The most virtuous day of the year and the most important day of a person's life, a time of the law, asking from Allah subhanho wa taala. And this person is approaching or sort of lost that alone while he was sitting in that moment to ask a question. There are so many Sahaba there so they began to push them away that don't go to the proximate of autism at this point, let him be maybe sort Allahu alayhi wa sallam noticed. So, he said that oh Roger, let him be let them come forward.

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Or Robin MALABU that he may have some need on Robin means a sort of a Hajah and MA here is either. So Robin Mala who means there must be some need that he has let them come forward or alpha hum to Allah He had the Hollister LA. So he said I continue to push forward until I was now in front of a suit of law civil law while they were cillum for thought to be Futami Rohilla to he firm, the Euro Alia.

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So he says that I came to visit Allahu alayhi wa sallam and I held the reign of his animal. The reason why he did this is because he had to push through the crowds to make it to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now holding the animal was his way of saying that I'm walking away after I get my answer.

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So he stands in front of the pups that alone while he was sitting, and he holds his, the reign of his animal. And so he says from Alzira Alinea, the promise that Allahu alayhi wa sallam did not become angry upon me for holding his for holding his animal or for pushing through the crowds.

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I therefore rushed rushed forwards until I reached, I grabbed the nose ring of scammer, but no one can kick no one can angry.

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I said to him, I have come to ask you two things. What will save me from hellfire? And what will admit me to paradise? Well, some of them are some Allah and He will send them look to the skies and then turn to me with his novel countenance. And Seth, your questions may be very concise, but the answer to it is very serious and lengthy. You must fully understand what I'm going to say. And Allah subhanaw taala has mercy was such that he came in such a profound gathering, surrounded by so many people 1000s of people were there to ask this question. So now everyone can hear the answer from a suit of law so long while he was selling. His question was brief. And the depth to it was great. So

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when we saw some set of facts and ally and so listen attentively, and take this from me,

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worship Allah and do not ascribe any partners establish the compulsory Salam give me compulsory Seneca and fast among them.

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This narration is similar to the ones that we covered in our previous class where certain veterans came

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam and asked, What was the way for them to earn their path or agenda, and also the loss of a lot of them laid out these foundations again, repeating them again and again and again, that stick to these things. Burn them into your routine. Make them a part of your life, do not compromise with these things at all. Yes.

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Most of them wouldn't tell you the area on the authority of NSA on the alarm says a woman had something on her mind. So she said, Oh, someone I need to speak to you. He translates it as a woman had something on her mind.

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And also the hola Juan narratives Hadith in rotten canopy attorney Hashi. There was a woman who wasn't well, mentally speaking,

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she had some disability.

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Now, this woman who had a disability she approached or sort of loss of a lot is sudden fatality. So Allah in Lee Lake hija, I have a need.

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Now, generally speaking, if someone comes to you with a disability, specifically, if it's to do with their intellect,

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you may brush them off thinking that what I say to them, they may not even comprehend it. They probably won't even register, what are they going to do with it or they're going to convey it to someone else? This person, someone else can talk to them.

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Unfortunately, in our communities, we are quick to brush off people with disabilities. Whether it's someone who struggles to walk or someone who struggles to see or hear

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many massages don't have the access for people with disabilities to even enter into the restroom.

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Yesterday I was

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with my children.

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I picked them up from Mother Teresa. I was going back home. I stopped at a store to purchase a kickboard so my mom would can learn to swim properly. And next to this next to the kickboard store, there was a comic store there. I didn't even know we had a comic store in Flower Mound. So my kids they said about we have to go in the comic store.

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So we went inside, and there were a bunch of comics there.

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couldn't say no to them. We picked up like five or six of them.

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We came back, we came back home. My wife saw the comments and she said, Did you even proofread this? Do you even know what kind of content is in these books? I said, I have no idea that says Superman Spider Man, that'd be good. And she's comics and said, I'm going to read these comics first and make sure that they're age appropriate and then I'll give them to you. So we're sitting at home with the kids and they were sitting around, they usually like to enjoy, they usually enjoy reading in their idle time. So I have a book in front of me a book written by my dear chef, Chef, he's in love with Allah. It's called obeying the Prophet said a long while.

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I still have a plastic wrap on it. It was brand new sitting in the coffee table. So I removed the plastic wrap and then I said okay, let's read from here. How about that?

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I forget the exact hobbies name. But there was a beautiful story in there. Of it's a hobby of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was blind.

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And he had a rope that connected his bed, to the door of his home.

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And when someone would come and knock on his door, asking for food or asking for well, he would use that rope to guide himself to the door and give this other fella with his own hands.

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His family members would say that why don't you let us give it on your behalf. I'm gonna we can give them someone comes. And then he said that I heard Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam saying that the one who gets to the cloud with their own hands will prevent a horrible death.

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So in order to take this virtue of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I wish to give it myself.

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Why do we share this the reason why I share this incident is because it shows that sometimes the people you may look down upon

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are willing to go above and beyond with their disabilities to to obey Allah subhanho data.

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And it may be that their lack of ability in that moment to fulfill that act the way someone else would with full ability is more beloved to Allah subhanho wa Taala

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my mother Rahim Allah, she used to struggle to read the Quran. As I mentioned before, she never read the Quran in her entire life. Once in Arabic, she would read it in their own language and transliteration.

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When I would visit home during the breaks, she would say to me who sent me the fatty Hassan that would be to the Fatiha to you correct me. I'll read Matt the he has to correct me.

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I'll read about the glutes to you correct me.

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So when I would listen to her, it was a train wreck.

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There were all sorts of mistakes going on all sorts of them. The words were just a big hot mess. And I would try to correct her every time. And she would just get frustrated because Arabic wasn't her language. So one time before I went home, I spoke to one of my teachers and I said a few days from now I'm going to be at home and my mom is going to approach me again about that Arabic thing. And her Arabic really sucks. And every time I correct her, she gets frustrated. So then he said to me, How old is your mother? I said, she's in her late 50s. Well, at that point, she was in her 50s. She's in her 50s at this point. So he said, let her read as she reads, better read as she reads,

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this old lady with all of her challenges is still reading the Quran. It may be possible that Allah subhanho wa Taala loves that more than the way someone with proficiency reads the Quran. Now this isn't to say that we shouldn't strive to perfect our recitation of the Quran. there's anything that we should give attention to. It's that economical loss of hunting with data that we engage with it in the best way possible,

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but never looked down upon people who may not be able to perform the same way. Another one, someone with full ability with full access to the law said Allahu alayhi wa sallam was reprimanded in the Quran for this episode that will injure Hola, Abdullah.

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Abdullah, the Allah one came to us with Allah so Allah Allah was cinnamon to ask

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a question in that moment or sort of loss of Allahu alayhi wa sallam was with the leaders of a parish.

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Surah Surah Allah salAllahu alayhi wa sallam chose to focus more on this group of leaders that he was with, that he would rarely get time to present his message to, and turned away from the blind man, ayat of the Quran revealed advocating for the one with disabilities, because advocating for those who can advocate on behalf of themselves, is what Allah subhanaw Muthana does. It's what we're all thought to do. This is a message from the Quran.

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gave importance to every person in the community.

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The same Abdullah Abdullah, the Allah one

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doesn't disappear in history. Rather, he appears again and again. He has appointed by Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as one of the admins of Madina, Munawwara

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sort of Lhasa Allahu Allah, he was sort of left him in charge of Madina Munawwara in his absence. And like this, we have so many examples of other companions, the female companion, who had seizures, hurt, she approached us with the loss of a long while he was cinnamon said, O Messenger of Allah, I have seizures frequently. And when I experienced my seizure, my body is exposed because her cough would fall aside. So she said Make dua to Allah that I am cure to the loss of Allahu alayhi wa sallam said to her, in shifted out allah and You are thick.

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When shit de subharti Wanna kill Jenna, if you'd like, I can make the word of Allah and you will cure you. Or if you'd like, be patient, and Paradise will be yours. So she so she chose the second one.

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And why did I sort of Lhasa Allahu alayhi wa sallam said it's say this to this individual because he knew her outside of her issue, that she was a strong person. Her issue didn't define who she was. Her challenge in life wasn't who she was. She was something greater than that. She was someone greater than that. And the prophets of Allah Ya was sort of knew her potential. So he invites her in this moment, continue to do some of the people in Madina Munawwara from that day onwards would view her as a woman in the streets of Medina that was from Jana. True story that why I'd say this, that we would look at her and say that this is what this one right here is from the people of gender. So

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now we have this incident here that this female companion approaches that was sort of last summer long while he was sitting in Milan and gamma theatrically hashey. And she had some disability, for quality. Also the law in the lake hygiene that I have a need. I need to talk to you

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for Kalia uma Fula and only a security shitty.

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So he said to her, you choose the path I will follow you there are you sicker, sicker, the road? You choose the alley to the path that you'd like to walk on and we'll walk together and

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hit the Atelier lucky hired lucky fella Am I happy about it? So they say the two of them walked off and they were alone and no one else was there. And she had her personal private time with resume loss.

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Had fun of admin Hajia until she had fulfilled her need for VDI Debbie that would Jetta set by Jerison abuse for a long while he was sort of lay her hat up for the hijab that she said

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sat down and sort of lost it alone while they were sort of sat with him. It just She fulfilled her need

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this rewire is beautiful mmm we'll be right with Allah here. HollyWell commenting on it he points out

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if you have the Hadith T biannual toggery he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam B will poofy ma ma, ma, ma ma ma to verify that in this narration, we see the patients in the in the humbleness of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam that he spent time with this lady that had a weakness in her. We have the hydrator her when you see half in Halawa while I'm your kundalika mineral salt water bill murottal Actually VF in Nicola Harada FEMA marinas evil Masha had at her alma shahada to him Yahuwah Yeah, well, I can last well, Nicola Mahalia and Emerson had to have in my life.

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So then he points out a small little 50 issue that someone may claim that should have lasted a long while he was sitting was in seclusion, and we know that seclusion between an unmarried male and female or on unrelated male and female is frowned upon dislike prohibited in SNAP. So I was also the loss of an artist and I'm with her like this thing. So he explains that there is no objection, because in the in the kind of Heather FEMA marinas because of sort of loss of a lot of sentiments walking on a common path, when we show her that he will move shahada to him Yahoo yoga, and they were clearly able to see her and him because the rulings of seclusion only apply if there is no

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barrier there is a male and female that are having a meeting. And there is a glass barrier or a glass wall between the people and where they're sitting. There is no prohibition in this at all. someone wishes to go meet with a potential and have a private conversation they can do so the two of them can be alone and they can have a conversation and talk to one another potential for marriage. Right? They can go and have that conversation if they'd like to. What's not permitted in Islam is Lyocell one origin and the Emirati and that a male and female should not be an absolute seclusion. Something that you should do your best to avoid in every circumstance. Well, I can live my own a

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colada. Rasool Allah Allah is sort of went with her on this path, giving her the ability to ask her question privately.

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giving her the chance the opportunity to say what she needed to say and not feel shameful about it, that someone else is going to hear me and what I have to say. Yes, go ahead. You'd like me to read English for the next section. You can read the narration. It's methodical inshallah.

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intermediary on the authority of NSO the law says a woman had something on her mind. So she says all summer long, I need to speak to you. He replied, a woman choose whichever pathway you like, so that I may come there and fulfill whatever need you have. So so that was on the last and then principals privately with her on one of the pathways until she completed telling him up her name. And the narration over that wound, the following words are mentioned. She sat down and also lavas on Aloha Lee was also sat down with her until she completed telling him whatever she needed.

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Not knowing what Hamilton was ending this commentary, this hadith. This hadith demonstrates a loss of Alon isms humility, as he entered the questions of a weak woman in privacy's. This does not entail speaking and privacy with a strange woman, because this transpired where people were passing by. And they could see both or some loss or SMM and but they did not listen to their conversation, because your questions did not be so long.

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Yes, so here, again, just to reiterate, and emphasize, never overlook any individual that comes to you with a question. Anyone that comes to ask

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me Messiah Illa forgotten that you don't push away someone that comes to us.

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You don't know the potential in that individual.

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You may look down upon that person saying that they're only a child, or maybe this person doesn't have potential and then what are they going to be this is not some big scholar or some grand student of knowledge that's coming to seek, who will share in practice and all that other great stuff that is expected when a person teaches, just share.

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You don't know if that will be their moment of inspiration that they're touched.

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The truth is that human beings can have a moment of inspiration and experience and epiphany at any given time. It all boils down to moments of sincerity, moments of being appreciated, moments of being heard, that you have an interaction with someone and you're expecting the worst, but then it turns out to be quite a great, you know, back and forth. And then you're just touched by that, and I'm always going to remember this. When I was young. I had recently graduated. And there was a particular issue that I was very confused by.

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I lived in Chicago and there was a masala there. People were always debating whether it was permissible to consume *.

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poultry specifically, that is mechanically slaughtered?

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Do you have to slaughter it by hand? Or is it okay to consume it if it's mechanically slaughtered?

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I had read on this issue spoken to my teachers.

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I found myself in India for a business trip had gone there. And one of my friends who was travelling with me, he was from Hyderabad, India.

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So he said, I'm gonna go visit some family, I said, Sure, I'll tag along with you. I mean, we both have a day off, we'll make it a one day two day trip, and we'll come back. So we went out there. When we got there. I said to him that there's a scholar who lives here, who I was so impressed by, in my student years, I probably could say at that moment, I had read all of his books. I really loved his works. I wish more effort was done into translating his knowledge into English, even though good amount is but not enough. His name is Madonna, how did save a lot of money?

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A genius, genius, man.

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I really appreciated his knowledge. And what I liked a lot about him. This was in the early 2000s, that he was writing about issues that were very sort of head of the time. You know, he was talking about things moving forward. Like, for example, a simple issue of everyone's writing on the Messiah lifting Whoo, how do you do? How do you take a bath? But here's this man comes in and says, let's talk about how to do voodoo with dentures. And you think you know that dentures are of two types here are the removable now that there are those that are more permanent? So now what are them aside for each one? And what are the considerations? So now see, he was really kind of taking things that

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were not discussed as much and bringing them into context.

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I was so confused by this issue for a long time. And then I was in Hyderabad. And I said to my friend, man, set up a meeting. That would be amazing. If I can sit in front of him and ask him this question.

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He had someone make a call, and Allama. How to save a lot of money is a giant scholar. When I say giant, I mean, hundreds and 1000s of students study just at his one institution. He's called to symposiums internationally to present on Islamic law. And at that point, I couldn't have been past my early 20s. I barely had facial hair at that time.

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He, he accepted and said, Come over.

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And I was generated, like I was going to meet a celebrity.

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I was expecting to meet him at a mother. So

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when we went on the way there, we were told to come to his home.

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He invited us inside his house, he served us some food. And then I asked him first for something

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of serving in the West, he gave some very beautiful in the sea house and beautiful advice, stuff that I will remember, probably to the end of my life.

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And then I asked him this muscle, that what's the ruling on eating poultry that is mechanically slaughtered?

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He gave such a profound answer. It wasn't a one word. So I'm not going to share with you if you're sitting on the edge of your seat.

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Somebody you guys got that look on your face. It wasn't a one word, one sentence answer. It was a detailed answer. And that's what I'd expect from him. I mean, a man of such knowledge, he connected so many Messiah and together to explain one muscle up that it was like it was a field day, it was so enjoyable. And he shared some anecdotes, and we must have spoken on that issue for maybe half an hour, 45 minutes. And when I left there, it became very clear to me what the answer was on this muscle. It became clear as daylight. And I was inspired by that. It's just moments like these that you have with someone that you're not expecting it from that they give you an opportunity to have

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conversations with them to be truth be told that if he had said no, that I don't have time to meet you, I would have completely understood it that I'm an insignificant person. And it doesn't, he has a busy schedule. And I called the day up and he said no makes sense.

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These moments matter. Making time for people going out of your comfort zone. One of my teachers was once visiting and he gave some lectures, I had set up a schedule for him. So he gave a bunch of lectures.

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He was staying in the basement of our home, we had a nice little guest room there.

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So in the evening, some people came to visit and ask questions. I had originally told him no. So the chef's been busy all day, it's best that he rest a little. And I went to him then.

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And I said to him shift.

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Someone's here to ask a question. I've already said no, but I just wanted to run it past to you before I you know, just tell them no, no.

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He said no. Let them come. They came inside they asked question

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Since, and it was a long gathering, and at the end of it, I sat with him. I was just sitting in the room and he was lying down, getting ready to go to sleep.

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And then he said to me, Hussein,

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and these words again, they stuck with me. He said, Hussein, serve the Dean so much that you get tired. And then when you get tired, serve the Deans some more.

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It's not just about accommodating people on your schedule. You know, people say all the time that Oh, imams, just start charging by the hour lawyers do it, therapists do it. That's a little different. They're banking on all of their agenda than you. Were hoping to save it for the ACA. And saving for the ACA means that you need to learn to do things for the sake of Allah, even if it's 1am or 2am at night. Now, obviously, boundaries should be established and people should be respectful, but needs arise. And you need to sometimes break that routine and go out of your way.

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So here we have this beautiful example of a sort of loss of Allah while it was making time for this lady and giving attention to her. Yes.

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The unique traits and also the loss of his audience. The following is a description of the unique traits merits normal character, this messenger the teachers on the audience,

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knowledge of these traits will complement our knowledge on this person out here I hear what he's going into next is that

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if you recall at the beginning of the lecture, I mentioned that today we'd go into a discussion by Imam Al Mahdi Rahim Allah data.

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So he says shuffled Fatah hada bucket is sent to an auditor mattala Will Imam with our the up Bayani Giovanni mean just see it you have the Rasool Karim Wilmore, alumina Halim sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a female caller who Rama hola hola hola. That means Lima, the car to guna where illega, Colombia officerpath Italia. So he says that we've been having a discussion on the personality of the pseudolus of Allah Salam. To further this discussion. And to complete off this conversation, I want to present some points to you regarding the personality of a suitable said a lot of them that were written by Imam as my word. And then he leaves into this chapter. So this was the paragraph

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before that chapter.

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His personality as a teacher is an intrinsic and inseparable component of his character. His traits demonstrate the reason for the ready acceptance of his statements and rulings, the emulation of his actions and the impact which they have on these, these encompass all

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facets of worldly and religious life. The following is therefore also a guideline and a directive as to how a teacher ought to be in his outfit thinking character actions, dealings, speech and external and internal cells. Allah subhanaw taala says adopting leverage technology. Now how can a local funeral service that he was

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the person may ask why are we spending so much time discussing the character was sort of loss analyzer? Why are we spending? Why can't we just talk go straight into the educational techniques and the methodology? Well, the reason is because my defer to Harmon Tamiami modification of CSC hitagi Mia, because understanding this will help you truly understand the type of personality or sort of loss that a lot of them had as an educator. And let's see here just a minute when I struggled to answer because you can't separate that. You can't say someone was a great educator with horrible personality, that means they were a mediocre educator. Right? The two go together you can't

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separate them. Yes.

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There is a perfect example for you in the Messenger of Allah. Yeah. And then he cites the I have a Quran look at the kernel config Rasulillah. He was what on hustler? That no sort of Lhasa Lila Salam you have a perfect example. Yes. You know, we have some

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more DL muscles Macias

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was this part of this discussion?

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And my worry is taken from his book, alarm and he pointed out Yes, God.

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Allah was the chief judge of his son. He was born in 364.

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After he passed away and forth,

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he has elaborated on the particular traits and attributes which Allah Allah bestowed on his messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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The following is a summary of what is mentioned by the humanities.

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I learned Mugu, the prophets of Allah to Allah word the choices were the choices of his servants, because of the responsibilities of problem. He therefore selected them from the noblest of SOC, and assisted them with the firmest of supports in order to safeguard their lineage from any blemishes and their position from any distress. As a result, souls what would be most common

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them, hearts would associate with them in most period, and people would be very responsive to them and most immediately carrying out their orders, the signs of profitability and muscle the muscles all audio segments are obvious and the proofs of it are absolutely the early signs are proven by the latter ones. Hence there is no possibility a boss would be confused with the truth and neither can the denier a truth confused one core versus Allah Allah condition him as a messenger and accordingly purified him from all failed. Hence, every accusation brought against him can be refuted. And he says of all scorn and division, knowing no intellect can shine him aside, no hard can refuse him is

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most often denied. Let me sort of Alia was salam had consistency.

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He really points that out. He says that the shadow my body has been our claim that the, you know, they all testify for each other. When he said at the beginning of it follow through, there wasn't a point where I sort of lost it a lot. He said, I'm started contradicting himself. Right. And, you know, the visa Allamani was set up had consistency in what he taught not to be confused with the concept of abrogation. abrogation is a whole different phenomenon, right, and something that can be studied as a subject under the science of Omen Quran. When you're sitting alumina Quran, you can study the whole concept of abrogation. But as far as the personality, the teachings, the education

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of Rasulullah sallallahu, it was consistent. The purpose of a lot of who he was at the beginning, was the person that he was at the end. And Allah subhanho wa taala, purified the Prophet and inspired him with the best so that way, people can see it, and they wouldn't be able to reject how profound his message was, like for all of them, when I when I, when I turn around when minutes, no person would dislike him either. Yes.

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He was.

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It's one of the most profound things that we as Muslims don't share enough with our non Muslim family and friends, the personality of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu.

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Well, they don't realize that the person that many may have

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ill feelings towards

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is someone that they've just been fed garbage about. It has happened read about it. You know, even if you read the biographies of him, written by Orientalist by non Muslims, they don't have that say about him. The famous Michael Hart example is commonly shared, where he wrote the 100 most 100 most influential people in the world as a non Muslim. And the first person that he lists in the history of humanity to be influential was Muhammad along Islam. Because his, you, can't you? You know, it's crazy because orientalist, some Orientalist

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because there aren't reports that contradict the personality and what kind of individual he was. They weren't far to say that he is a mythical figure.

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This is true by the way. There was this was a this is a big discussion among orientalist, that is Muhammad peace be upon him. So a lot, he said, I'm a made up person.

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Because everything about him sounds so pristine, and there is no blemish on his personality, that this must be made up this individual can't be real. He is a made up person from the Middle East. And that's that.

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But the proof stacks up against them very quick, very, very, very quick. So at this point, at least in that discourse, this is no longer a point of contention. So now there is a acceptance that, at least for the greater body of skeptics, that Muhammad was a real figure, Sinhala. Juana, he was set up. And this is, by the way, is a similar approach. They took the Saudis cinnamon all them yeah, he was. This sort of objection isn't just against a prophet Mohammed sauce and they said that these people were not real knew how they Saddam was not a real person. Ibrahim Ali Salam has an idea. Mousavi Salaam has an idea. This is how people give comfort to themselves when they realize when

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they realize that they're not really performing up to par.

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So those who are who are doing great, you just say that it's not real. This is all just made up.

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When I first read this

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argument I had come across much later after studying Islam for some years, and knowing for a fact that this argument was nothing more than absolute trash and garbage. When I read this for the first time that the claim that the Prophet said a lot Islam was a mythical figure. It made me smile. And I started Hamdulillah.

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This is the greatness of law. So the law said a lot of them that they just wrote him off as a non human. Now Michelle is proving to them that he was a human being and he was real.

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There's no denial left anymore. Yes.

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He was ruined and prepared but the noblest of character, the most beautiful of actions and made worthy of the highest strengths and the most superior needs. As these are the are the fundamental tools take pride in their students. Colleges take pride in their graduates, Harvard grad Oxford grad.

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Someone from Stanford.

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Allah subhanahu wa that takes pride in history Gbit Suriname takes pride in history. Well in Nicola Allah hello for now the puppy Mohammed Amin, Allah, He didn't

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look like the colonel, a confederacy wouldn't lie was one hustler. All the educators in the world could never find perfection in education. And this is something that's agreed upon, by the way, put five educators in a group and they will contradict themselves every two years. Oh, we got that wrong. Let's do it again. It happens. I've done them all the time. It doesn't mean we're wrong, per se. It just means that we're thinking, Oh, we can do this a little better. But we put this curriculum together. And at the end of it at the end of every summer, after we've gone through hours of meeting has everyone happy with this? Yes, this is very good. And then next year, during the

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summer meeting, someone will say, but I think we can adjust this period a little bit. And the conversation starts again. Because we're always trying to find ways to improve and that's natural, it's good, it's a healthy thing.

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Allah subhanahu wa Tada with his infinite complete knowledge lays out the path for a sort of loss of a lot of stuff. When you have a perfect educator a perfect system, a protected Mousumi student, imagine the quality now.

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As these are the fundamental principles which directly which direct towards complementary goodness and avert the contrary, no rank in this world is superior to the ranking property. It is an ambassadorship between a lot to Allah and His servants, it sees to the well being of the creation and urges the creation to obey the Creator. Therefore the most superior of the creating of the creation are specifically chosen for this race. And those fulfill its conditions to perfection are the most eligible if you're going to represent Allah subhanho wa Taala to mankind, this is no small task.

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So Allah subhanho wa taala, very carefully chooses those, Allah Allah mohe, three year Johannes Allah

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so Allah subhanaw taala chooses very carefully, who will be the carriers of this the Salah, this prophet had this message.

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Now once they are selected, then Allah subhana wa identificado of the house and they're at Milan vissuto to hubco I must say that Allah subhanho wa Taala then gives them the best of everything

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no single person is a hero possibles, awesome audience, good matches here in Merricks and his perfection in his physical appearance, character, speech and actions. This is how Allah Allah describes

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what you meant that

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you have been invested with Sublime character, although virtue is not, is not from amongst the miracles of Prophet Muhammad, as others may also attaining it is from amongst the science, as perfection in virtue is almost unattainable. Its presence is akin to a miracle. And just as perfection in virtue requires truthfulness and truthfulness necessitates the acceptance of speech. Such perfection is proof of property. Perfection, as accepted amongst men, is based upon four elements, from

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creation to perfection and character, excellence and speech, excellence and actions. So here, my mom wanted me to lie, it says that, if we're going to speak about perfection and excellence, there are four areas that we need to study,

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come out or come out and hook for what you do. Laquan followed on Ahmad, these are the four things that we're going to look at that how is this person's?

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What are their features? What is their character, their speech and their actions? And moving forward from here, he then tackles each of these one at a time going through them, and studying how to sort of loss that a lot if that

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was and what were his, what was his description, in each of these areas. And that'll help us understand the virtue of this individual sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and help us further understand how we can become better and improve ourselves as well. We'll study this tomorrow and our next week and shall on our next class, we pray that Allah subhanahu wa taala accepts and grants and stuff to Ramana upon what we learn, and makes us great ambassadors of the beautiful tradition of the prophets of Allah, Allah wa salam, also, Allahu Allah and I said, I'm humbled Saramonic Muhammad

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