The Prophet Muhammad – The Teacher #13

Hussain Kamani

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You ready?

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Sooner had heard about him

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at hamdulillah

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Al Hamdulillah he woke up our salmonella Reba Mustafa, also Sanada so you didn't see Mahatma Milan via La Liga. Ischia was horrible to be a member.

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In our previous class we were reading, shuffled the footer of Buddhadharma. Allah Tala has

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comments on the work of Imam as my worthy, Rahim Allah Tala, in which he examines the amazing and sublime character of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Imam, ma what are the Rama Allahu Taala says?

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Phil Kamalu. Elmore. terbaru. Phil bashary a coulomb in Arab archaeology.

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The Excellence in a human being completion in a human being is observed from four perspectives. That if we're trying to understand this amazing educator, this amazing teacher and mentor, and what made him so special,

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before we even go into the content and into the delivery methodology, we need to first look at the individual at the center of all of this. And we see that also the last set Allahu alayhi wa sallam was at great completion, and he was at a high pinnacle of,

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of character. And we are able to analyze what made Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so amazing, by looking at four things. He says the first one was come out or healthy, will come out and hold the ball forever, you know, a quali will follow you don't.

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So there are four things that we are interested in studying. And understanding these four things will give us a greater insight into what made Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam such an amazing role model and example for us. For Amal, what will our Luffy Kamali healthy he bad it dolly Surah de fer cool will be our body also often.

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So we've already discussed Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam physical features. If you recall, shareholder photographer Dolla dolla share three wires from Timothy and so on individual Hala and others we read those over the past few weeks, describing the physical features of a suit allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Shema 11 may be sent along while he was sitting. We also discussed the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a character that was embedded within those narrations. So he said aside from bada at dolly surety after we're done talking about his actual features, let's also look at some other elements of important when we say Hulk, and these are two words that are used,

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right, he said come out of Hulk number one, come out and hook number two, Hulk with a Fatah refers to the external features of an individual how a person carries himself outwardly. hulak refers to the internal features of a person

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the internal aspect of a human being. So here, come out, he says, I'm Mel which will oh well as for the first thing family healthy, that helps understand the external completion of the sort of loss of Allah who it was said and what made him amazing as an outward person.

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By the by the LT doll is Surah de fer Kulu be honorable RT o SOF. We are now interested in looking at four things. So we're looking at the external features of a suta Lhasa Allahu alayhi wa sallam. There are four aspects of the prophets of Allah Allah said and that must be studied.

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Each of these are so valuable.

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Listen to them carefully.

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So ML watchful oh one as for the first thing. Sorry, I had to have the first thing

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Sakina to Alba to Allah. Hey buddy. We're solving a dahlia to Elektra academia with the Srini. What kind of our mother Haven fitna? fusi, Hatha era traditional kiss Ramona Hey Betty he Hina toe ma ltr the hem Bisola till a castle for MacArthur Attila mu Moluccas Jabara kinda sorta Allahu alayhi wa sallam fina fusi him are here

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for Carlos Allahu alayhi wa salam phenol fusi him here. Well, if he ever you need him, Adam, what inland Yatta are them the Oba wallum Utah will be Sautoir Belle cannabutter Tada imasu fun will be sabula tema rufen. So the first thing that he's saying the first thing that made her suit Allah Allahu Allah, he was some special

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was a Sakina to Al berita to idol Hey, but he would Tavi

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should have lost that Allahu Allah, they will send him at a calmness, a stillness, that resulted in the people around him, having all and respect for him.

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Being friendly is absolutely important, interacting, socializing with people.

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But you'll notice one thing that while you're being friendly, and while you're socializing with people, if you instill in your interaction moments of you just pausing, brief pauses, moments of just reflection, quiet

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moments of not saying anything.

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You will notice the people around you will respect you more.

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There is this Haber and Talim. There is an honor and respect that goes with someone that respectfully carries themselves with calmness and silence.

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And I've noticed this in my life that the more sukoon and seclude a person has, the more quiet a person has. People tend to be a little bit more careful around that person. In particular, if that individual is already someone a virtue. Now if someone doesn't have virtue and they're being quiet, you'd say weirdo and walk on. But if someone has grand virtue, they're great, very knowledgeable, intelligent, wise people, when they stay quiet. Sometimes after their attendance, if they're doing an attendance in class, they'll just pause for a minute and stay quiet. Someone asked him a question. They'll just sit there for a moment. Think about it. Be quiet. You're gonna drive with

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them. They'll sit there quietly for a long period.

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There's a high bar that comes from that sort of suit allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He had the spoons calmness to him. So he says a Sakina to Alba eita to Al Haiti without him.

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There was this calmness to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that led people to respecting him.

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And this is the first thing that he lays out out of the external features of the SUTA Lawson Lohani was Saddam that he was a very quiet person. Deep and reflection in thought. So when you're sitting with your students don't always talk and engage. There are moments of just quiet they need to see that you can be still and that you also have moments of deep thought you're not just speaking all the time and engaging that you're talking too much.

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This is one thing that I always say about my teacher she uses Rahim Allah Tala, for those of you who've been with me

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know that I always say that the one thing amazing about him, that was wildly awe striking about him was his silence was a very quiet person.

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And as a result of that, it was difficult. Sometimes even conversing and it wasn't difficult out of fear. There was just an all that existed.

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I kid you not it was difficult to look at him in the eye when you were talking with him. We struggled in doing this even though I was I had studied with him for close to a decade and have visited him for visited him for another 10 years of my life. But it was difficult to lock eyes and have a conversation with him throughout because it was hard. Even when he would speak in a lecture. Most of the students you would see them lower their head down. And you know, they wouldn't be able to lock eyes.

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First I thought that this was not normal. Until I read that EY abominable Casa de la one where he says that if I was asked to describe Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I would not be able to do so. This is I'm gonna be honest with you, Allah Juan. I mean, a great companion of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam who knew the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prior to Islam from the Moroccan dates from the old makan days. He's saying that if I was told to describe the suit allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I wouldn't be able to do so. Because I couldn't look at him. I do I'd have just his own eye

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I would briefly look at him and turn away Bucha look at him, and then totally. And then similarly, the the wire where the Sahaba they say that towards the end of the life of the sort of Lhasa Allahu Allah, he was saying we had such awe of him, that we would sit with our heads lower doubt, as if they were bird sitting on our head. These are the exact expression used that as if there were birds sitting on our head, everyone would be still in calm and just sitting down with their gaze lowered in respect of their teachers. So here they see this, he says a Sakina to Al Bartha to Al Hey, but you were taught him that a teacher needs to have some level of Rob in the heart of the student, the

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student needs to have some regard some higher regard. This applies with an employee employer situation. This applies in a parent child situation applies as an Imam, and looked at the situation and a teacher student relationship in all scenarios, and when the student no longer has rolled out their teacher. And all those barriers have come down. Their ability to benefit from their mentor teacher begins to decrease drastically.

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When you no longer have the job of your own father and mother, that benefit starts winning away. That window closes down. That's why as a student, it's in your best interests, to maintain that level of respect for your teachers.

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That even if you're playing sports with them, we would play sports with our teachers. One of my teachers shift we love Allah subhanaw taala shower has mercy upon him and give baraka and his family, his health, his life. When we were with him on the weekends, sometimes we play cricket together, and I sucked at cricket. I just pitched the ball normal, instead of doing the whole shoulder rec thing, right.

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But even as students when we played with him, we played with great respect. I'll be honest with you.

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There was never any imagination not for this thought, or ever desire that during the game, someone would even refer to the chef by his name. Well, I have a villa or someone would say something. No, we understood that this was just a moment of Baraka. Right? And if you want to have that competitive moment go somewhere else. Now this isn't to coddle the teacher. As far as he's concerned, he's enjoying the sport he wants to play at full fledge. But as a student, it's in my interest to never ever, ever, ever lose that hay button wrong. Because if I lose it, he does not stand to lose anything.

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I stand to lose everything. So no matter what the situation is that Rob must be maintained that haber must be maintained. Hence the emphasis on sitting a particular way when you're in the classroom, dressing a particular way while you're in the classroom. It's to maintain that hey, button, Rob, for us another Aqua de la cote. Shadi do via the fear should you survive the shock? Or the Jubilee when the description of the Villa de salaam was mentioned how he positioned himself how he dressed when he sat in the presence of Rasulullah sallallahu

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what kind of other mama Haven fitness people had most hablen Raghav Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had retired Lucinda Kisara Mina haber de Pinna Otto until even the messengers of the Persian Emperor when he when they came to the Sunnah allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they were struck with all

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now you can say random people have never met someone as great as Rasulullah sallallahu Ana he was sent him but here he points out that rooster, Rooster Kisara the messengers, the ambassadors of the Persians, and then he also points out my mithya the him Bisola a casita or MacArthur, rotten Moluccas, Jabra. These were people that had actually had a regular sitting with people of influence.

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You guys, these are people who sat with great rulers and generals on the day to day. But when they met Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they were quiet. They couldn't utter a word. Everyone was worried. I mean, not terrified, but there was a fear in their heart of this person who he was

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for kind of sort of law who it was selling fina fusi him here, even though they had sat with many leaders of the world. When these ambassadors sat in front of us, we have less of a long audio system, as we say in our language and key harmonically. Right.

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They lost their energy. All that confidence went out the window.

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They sat there, a little bit of a fear state of fear and trembling on all probably don't mix these words. I know I'm using them interchangeably but you have to make a distinction in your mind. When we say Robin Haber, we're speaking of all here, not of care.

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are in fear. Don't mix the two. Right? A person is in awe of their father. They're an author of a teacher. They're in fear of an oppressor. They in terror they fear the terror of an oppressor that's different things don't and you'll understand this point better than what the office would have lost in law who it was sort of manifested in what it actually looked like on the day to day you'll understand this better when I cover point number two that in my mind my What do you know him I love that I mentioned is because point number two does a great job in explaining and helping us understand this point number one.

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Okay, a Sunni. The second thing, the second trait and we're talking about commodity the completion of an individual externally so in that he said there are four things number one was a Sakina. To Alba to Allah Hey buddy. What Tallinn calmness number two Atolla total Mooji batteryless Lassie well hubba alibi to Alma Sarfati well my word what Cara Salawat Allah here la he was an AMA Houma Booba and

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karma to Mahatma to Tala t he Finn fusi had lamb Yatta Lee Masai let me actually he Islam you live on? Kala means power dakara Bukola mattala A Mahadeva

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well let me at a bar admin homoclinic Wakanda harbor Illa Illa us hobby he middle about you will well should we will bear the Dhamma Okay, so the second point, what's the second thing he says here?

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A Tanaka to and Mooji but today this last one, Tanaka?

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Anyone know what the word Tanaka means?

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Rasul allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used this word in one Hadith. He said min hast

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min Hosni Islam and Murray and telco a haka. Be watching him tell him

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was that money? Yeah, cheerful jolly happy. Thanaka means what guys to be jolly and happy smiling at people. This is falafel. So the first one was Sakina a calmness that led to an all but the second thing you know, I told you the second point very well balanced out that first point. It wasn't silence with a frown. It wasn't silence with anger. It was calmness that was accompanied with tomato sandwich.

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Right? It was a company with a smile with joy.

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That when they looked at the sort of loss that Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he was a jolly happy person. Sheffy so for him, Allah Tala was a quiet person.

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In my years of studying with him,

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outside of the classroom, for the first eight years, I can say confidently, in, in the capacity of him being a teacher, and we being students, I don't think I heard more than maybe 200 sentences in eight, nine years outside of the classroom. That's to understand this isn't eight, nine years. He didn't speak much.

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Move to the close, Microsoft came to England. And he set up an opportunity, a time to meet with Jeff he supremo loud data. He had great respect for charities. So he came to the Mother Teresa, and Chef Yusuf used to live in the house in front of the mother. So some of the doctors Manisa came to visit chef, he's Matata. And he sat in front of him. And they were just talking.

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For those of you who've sat with him with the turkey SAP, he's, he's a very jolly person. He loves conversation, he engages with people. And on the other hand, you have the chef here, she accused of Rahimullah who didn't speak much. So that's students they had gathered around inside the house. There were few students that were there and they were watching very carefully.

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I heard the story. I was in that room by the way. I wish I was I wish I was a fly in that room. But I wasn't sure he's up here the story himself with us. He said Well, most of the time I would say that for the first man he came to my house he was sitting there

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was somebody stabbing Gary but But you look at the unit. He started telling me everything about Islamic banking system and how he was creating a model and he was presenting it to me and seeing what my thoughts were.

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So he said he sat there and told me everything

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that at the end he said has an optic and I he asked you that so what do you think about this idea of Islamic banking? By the way, mind you this was some This was long time ago.

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So she a piece of my blog and not much of a conversation was he said to me 30 some

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odd Muslim blah PRI

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Which

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basically means Oh, look how nice the weather is outside. We're not talking about a fog

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but even though he was a person, few in words,

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always smiling, always jolly and talking to people and engaging them. When we would go to meet your faces Rahim Allah, the first statement he would always say he used to speak Gujarati. anyone here speak Gujarati?

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You understand it. Okay. So he, he used to always say one thing when we would go meet him and say Salaam. Firstly, he would smile at us and say came by, which basically means what's going on?

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It was a very, it's a very informal greeting. But it was a staple. So let's go on. So question mark,

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like what's going on? very jolly and happy type person when interacting with people.

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Yet, few in words, one time I was driving with Shift fees if

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he needed a ride somewhere. So I was driving a lot gave me that opportunity. And while we're driving, he asked me this question. He said, St.

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Do you know why the world is in such a horrible economic crisis? I mean, did I tell you guys the story?

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No. So he once asked, he said, he asked me said, Do you know why the world is in such great economic crisis? Like just like that, that many words?

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I was driving

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young person into college, got a lot of random opinions and thoughts.

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So I started sharing everything. Well, the World Bank and you know, and this and that, and crypto plays a big role. This was a recent conversation, by the way. And crypto plays a very big role. And there's this happening and that happening and inflation.

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He turned to me and said one word.

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He said Riba.

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And the way he said it, it was as if he was taunting me in a mentorship and a mentor, as a mentor, would you talk too much, you have all you have all these words to speak. The reality is that hippo

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and initially, I thought to myself, well, that's an oversimplification.

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But the more I thought about it,

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it was true.

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That at the center of all of this was what it was about.

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In reality, it's that one principle that breaks, breaks every, every economy apart. The Rich has agreed to become richer, at the cost of people that are vulnerable, who have nothing to leverage.

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They got nothing else to hold.

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And that's basically every financial issue summarized in a word.

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But that's what it is.

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Anyway, so Tila cotton, emoji bottle, floss, one muhabba, that a sort of loss of Allahu alayhi wa sallam was very jocular, and happy and smiling. So as a mentor, and teacher and parent, what your children should remember of you.

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Your smile.

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That's what they didn't remember.

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If Robbie, I hear asked me stuff, or have you asked me? Oh, so what's one thing that I can give to the saver? I would say the one thing you need to give to her that she needs to come into a state of consciousness and be alert of the dunya

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while she sees you smile,

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that needs to be the first image she sees in the vignette. Mama and Baba smiling. They're happy people. They're good people, they're jolly people.

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That's why the some level of sort of loss of the law and he will sit them to initiate conversation or to enter an exit gathering with Suriname is so beautiful, that if you master your salaam, you're not people practice their smile while they're sitting in front of the mirror. Weird thing to do. But you know you are

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practice you're someone that when you walk into a room you're in Saddam should have so much. It should be so energetic that it blows the roof off of the room, that people in the room feel like what just happened?

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What just happened here?

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That kind of greeting

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that if a husband has asked about his wife that when you think of your wife, what's the first image that comes to your mind? Ideally, a lot of watch?

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Happiness, that if you ask the wife, tell me what you think about your husband. We have a lot of our quirkiness and with a lot of weird stuff going on, you know, everyone's got their ups and downs. But in reality, if I boil it down to if it boils down to something, I would say, a happy human being. Once you've established that

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Now if Rob haber balanced with this jolliness that happiness you have the right sort of equilibrium here. Now things are equal and there's a good balance you guys understand this

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what kind of we'll have the kind of settle out to LA he was said I'm on my boob and therefore all the smiling over Sinhala said Allah Allah was sitting made him, beloved, made him dear

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Imam the heavy Rahim Allah with Allah talks about two scholars who lived in one era

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in one city

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and even on one street.

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On one side, you had an individual by the name of hustle and bustle you

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know, one figure, for those of you who don't know him,

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hustle bustle he was nursed by one of the wives a little sort of loss in a lot of setup. So that kind of gives you perspective of what generation is from and how great of an individual he was one of the close students of I think that the Allah one and other Sahaba as well. Hassan of the Allah Who wants more Saturday Wyatt are known among the students of knowledge, that when he narrates with aerosol, in most cases, who is he doing, Susie skipping?

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I think that the Allah Who dares to avoid the fitna anyway, so that's

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what at the same time in the same community. On one side you had hustle and bustle on the other side you had

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Muhammad in the city

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who was there?

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Muhammad seemed to sit in another famous study they were both debates from the same generation succeeded the sahaba. And there are both from the senior theories, hustle and bustle. He was a giant and Muhammad in the city and was also a giant Muhammad from the city and from Allah Tala is commonly known one in by many for his mastery in

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in Tavira. Man, that'd be a lawyer in dream interpretation, right? There is a book attributed to him in this regard. While I'm while I'm at the attribution, Allah knows best, how authentically that book is attributed to him, hey, may Allah give his stuff. So he says that the truth is

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it misleading always had more students in his gathering than hustle and bustle.

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This is not to say that he was more knowledgeable than hustle and bustle, or vice versa. They were both great, and we have tremendous respect for both of them. But he makes an observation that even the city always had more students in attendance than hustle and bustle. And he says one of the reasons for this was hospital bust, he was a very serious type of person. He was an individual who they describe as that when you saw him walking in the streets, it was as if he had just returned from burying his own father.

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Those words that's how to describe the guy, like his normal stroll on the street was that constantly in tears, overwhelmed by the hope of Allah, a lot of thicker a lot of dough. On the other hand, even though 16 was a jocular, happy type person, he would go out to the market every day and just wave at people and say Saddam and and say nice things to them. And as a result of that, people were just inclined towards him. Hustle or bustle, we had a significant number of great senior and serious students of knowledge, for those of you who have studied will know, and it mousseline in addition to having his his core students, there was a large group of people that were always with him. So what

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we learned from this is that the logical wedge goes a long way.

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Being able to smile, being able to engage with people through

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your jolliness. Now, someone may argue, but that's not my personality. Smiling looks weird to me.

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Well, that needs to change.

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Right? Offering a smile, being warm. That's something that you need to work on yourself. Learn to open up your conversation with nice words.

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Practice with your own spouse, for those of you that are married, practice with your own mother and father, for those of you who still live at home, I want you to push yourself. Can you guys do this in Charlotte. This week, like sort of the homework assignment is see if you can push yourself to initiate conversations with joy from your part, and be mindful of how many times you can strike a smile on the face of someone else. You don't need to make a big deal out of this, but I want you to at least be observant of your own ability. Are you capable of this? Where do you land here?

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And the the more you do this, the easier it'll become and it'll become a part of who

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You are

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now you become a perpetual, you become a constant source of love and guidance and warmth wherever you go.

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So he says,

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Look at this, look at this commit

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Mahabharata Tanaka teeth in The Foos. So now on the visa Allahu Allah wa salams the love that people have for the type of personality he had had settled down in the hearts of people settled, people knew that this was a good human being. He was a jolly happy person. They weren't going to the gathering of a scrooge stuff that Hola. They were going to meet with someone who was happy, right? They weren't going to someone's gathering who was going to just get angry all the time. There was no fear, there was all that also had joy and happiness built into it. Had Ptolemy actually him I saw him yesterday, he I explained earlier means to be angry that his Companions would not have anger

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towards him.

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Well, let me get to that admin homoclinic. And neither was someone that was close to him desire to distance themselves from the sort of loss of a loved one he was a kinda lost hobby, he menial ABA.

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And as a result of this happiness, this joy

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam became more beloved to his companions than their own.

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Their own parents and children.

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Think about this.

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Don't answer this, but just think about it.

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Are there people in your life

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who are more beloved to you than your own family members as a result of the personality they have?

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That you look at that person and you see the way they treat you. You see how they embrace you, how they care about you, how they make dua for you how they smile at you. And at times, you wonder, I wish my own family was able to do this for me.

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I don't find love in my own circle that I find from people who don't know me. Now, if that is your case, see if you can bring that change in your family by being the first source of love.

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In that household, like initiated started, don't soak in that, in that in that guilt, or that horrible feeling. And the second thing is

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ask yourself, you know, what, can you do this better? Like, how can I initiate? That's point number one, point number two, ask yourself, What can I do to change this? Right? What can I do to change this? How can I change the cycle because if I don't change it, if I don't change the environment here, unfortunately, that'll end up becoming the environment, they're

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the sort of stressful relationships you carry today.

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With your spouse, with your parents, may end up becoming what you offer to your own children and generations ahead of you, unless you do something about it.

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You have to change yourself.

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That if I want my child to grow up in a world where they surrounded by love, where they're surrounded by hugs, where they're surrounded by never ending kisses,

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I'll need to bring that into myself. Now.

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I need to become that person. I can't expect myself to magically become that. And if you can't let that be you, and then you only offer that to your child, disconnected yourself from the world and tethered your entire existence to one human being or three human beings or for human beings are children. And as life goes on, you become an I don't like saying this, but it's true a burden on them. Because there's no other outlet that you have in your life other than them, that you're only able to live your existence through them. Because you've basically burnt the rest of the castle down, you bring all the rest of the village down.

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And it's a sad state that I see many parents in.

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And those children when they're young, they appreciate it because there's a lot of love when you're young. But when you start hitting your teenage years, those very same kids because I deal with these guys and girls, they end up saying Mama needs little space. And by 1718 They're saying what do I do now? Like I have a helicopter parent won't let me go. I need therapy. Like I'm I'm overwhelmed I'm suffocated here.

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Create that happiness and distributed that become a loving person that's all around

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okay

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Sally Sue

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The third thing

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is actually that well let's go ahead and read some code and you can read the translation

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perfection is

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also the most

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affectionate form here hearing sensation on

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first, say even a lot of echo

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name, would you mind playing with these

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controllers while he's reading and see if he can adjust them up and down and get rid of this echo, maybe amplify the volume a little

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first,

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this quality inspires reference generation submission

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was,

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was most awe inspiring in the hearts of people. Even the boys of

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the Persian kings came to him trembled out of office, although he did not necessarily any render, nor giggy arrogantly displays power. This was despite there being there being accustom to the mind on their own kings, and the excess of other title deeds. Humility was his attribute. And he was well known for his physical image.

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So this is the point that I didn't point out I didn't translate this but this is a good point that shuffled off but I mentioned he said that they had great respect for a sort of less than Allah who it was a lot of respect for the Prophet Allah on who's working.

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He they had a lot of respect for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam way limita are the ones that were ilimitado behind him. Even though the suit Allah said Allah Addison didn't carry himself with pomp. So you know, this, all that we were talking about the heart of the sort of loss of the Lord is Saddam, it wasn't a result of theatrics. So people have a lot of all of the seat of the President of the United States of America. Why is that? Right? It's there's like a million shows out there that have like this highly trained guards all around them. So these movies and these images, they, they basically reinforce it again and again, that this is someone very important, very

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important, very important. But also the loss that Allah who it was sitting didn't play off those theatrics. It was hit, people didn't have all of him because there was a sign that said it or because there was some really expensive thing going on, where they had some elegant chandelier, they say regarding the Persian general, that he would wear a helmet that weighed over 1000 pounds, sorry, he would wear a crown that weighed over 1000 pounds. Now, like any natural person, when you hear this, what do you think

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that sounds like a good idea, because it heads should be a pancake.

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Well, in order to wear this grand, massive crown, because you wanted to be seen with it, they would have suspended from the ceiling with thin wires that couldn't be seen. So when the guy would come he would lowered his head and fit it under there.

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It would be placed right above his head, lowered his head and sit under there. So there was this grand massive crowd that that that would be seen. And this was their way of just, you know, their flex, if you were to say, well sort of lost that a lot of some did not have that. So this is the point that he points out. Yes. Well, let me the thought would be subtle. It'd be so awesome did not have any political influence. But

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second, follow up on churches. This quality inspires devotion and love, and enhances sincerity and, and the ability, his Sahaba loved and cherished his cheerfulness. After a while followers often when you're cheerful, and you're jolly,

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you gain access to the hearts of people.

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Once you gain access to their hearts, now their heart is your field, to cultivate, and to grow whatever you want.

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You can put whatever you want there. You can teach them good character. You can teach them the importance of being responsible. You can teach them to smile. You can teach them confidence, you can guide them to in, you can set the foundations of knowledge in their heart that they will continue to fall back on for the rest of their lives.

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Gaining access to the human mind and human heart is the crux of every relationship. As soon as you gain access to the mind and heart of another person. Now you can do something.

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It's like an electrician who's looking for that electrical panel. They need that electrical panel. That's where it all comes together.

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But that's where all the wiring convergence, that's where all the power comes from. So you need to access that heart, and that mind of every person through the smiling and, and happiness and joy, you can gain access to that area. And when you do, now it's yours. Guide the person, water this ground all you want to put any seed you want in that soil, whether it's a spouse, child, any relationship, and you will see this person flourish into a beautiful bouquet.

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Amazing sense. A young child becomes an adult, was not ready to carry the home on their shoulders.

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And everyone else that knew them as a child looks at them and says, Wow, you were just a child in our community. Then you look back at them and say, Well, now, I'm caring much more than when I was when I was young. Because someone taught me, someone coached me. Someone believed in someone access my heart, someone opened up my mind. It all boils down to those people in your life who can have that influence on you. So to sort of last Allahu alayhi wa sallam through his happiness and joy was able to conquer those hearts, because my humba love is that length. Therefore he says, what kind of son a lot what kind of sort of Allah he was my boob and he was beloved to people. Their hearts were

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connected to him now and I sort of lost that Allah why that he was sent him was doing his thing, and building them and helping them grow.

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Yes.

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After a while, followers often dislike some of the attributes that they need preceded their leaders. But this was not the case with anyone that will company as soon as possible. No, it was no person who accompanied him ever disliked, and no person who was close to him ever distanced himself from him. He was more beloved to his Sahaba than parents and children. He was more beloved to them than cool water, this water sewers. Well, what this what the Sahaba and Rasulullah sallallahu sallam.

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I mean, no other human being stands a chance to be more influential than the Prophet of Allah. Let's just get that straight. I mean, no matter how hard your parent is trying or your child is trying,

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I mean, once you meet a suitor Lhasa, Allahu alayhi, wa sallam, it's kind of like hold mine, the veeth like this is about to go down, you don't stand a chance. Because if you said Allahu Allah who was sitting on his influence, and his character was a whole different universe, there was no there was no competition, there is nothing to compare against. Go ahead.

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Personal Support accepts. This quality attracts and causes hardships Finally, once the result that people hastening obedience and submission. So most of them are captivated the hearts of his contention was so firmly embedded in their minds, that even the most of state and distant from him would not feel strange. exceptions to these were, of course, those who were driven by malice to distress him, and those who opposed him due to being deprived of guidance.

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For the actually, the inclination of people to follow him, they're ready acceptance of his resolutions, and they're set festiveness in the face of the hardships and torments which they experienced because no sincere individual or companion isolated himself from it.

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These were attributes are required for success and are the tenants of profit. They were found to perfection impossible most of

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us build their environments perfectly appropriate.

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Okay, we'll stop here in sha Allah. In our next class of Allah wills will cover the second of the four things we talked about Hulk next week, Inshallah, we'll talk about Komodo

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my mouth, Allah with that as discussion on the completion and the excellence of the character of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam that also contributed to him being the amazing human being that he was here that Allah subhanaw taala grants are still filled, to embed these lessons in our life, and for us to also be a beacon of hope, my hope, light, happiness and joy for those that surround us as well sort of Allah who died I sent him home and

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