Hussain Kamani – The Prophet Muhammad – The Teacher 19

Hussain Kamani
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Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah he waka

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what's the Ramadan lettino stuffer for Susana Allah so you did receive a fatty meal MBA. Lila, Lila Skia was herb he left the yard and my bad.

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Today we start a new chapter.

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The author titles this chapter, the teaching methodology of Rasulullah sallallahu

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Sallam whoo hoo fatale in

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the different methods that were adopted by a sort of loss at Aloha and he was said while teaching.

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One thing he points out in the opening paragraphs

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is that the overall lesson is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a very convincing, influential teacher.

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And to accomplish this Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam not only relied on one specific method, rather, he cycled through different approaches, depending on what was trying what was being accomplished. And who Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was speaking to in that moment. He lists out

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multiple tools and approaches. And the truth is, for those of you who have studied Hadith before, for each of these statements, there is a rewire a narration that is suddenly being referenced.

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And your mind will click Oh, I remember that narration Oh, this actually happened here or that happened there.

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So he got there's so many narrations and moments from seed all the prophets that Allahu Allah was someone's biography together all putting this beautiful paragraph together, going.

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On Hello salat wa salam ala Rasulillah Panasonic fanola The teaching methods of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam use the most beautiful and best teaching methods. These have the greatest effect on the mind and heart of the of his of his listener, and we're always appropriate to the latter's level of understanding and intelligence. Moreover, his utterances were always lucid.

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Whoever studies and reads the books of sunnah in depth will see that was also an episode of love. Ali was sitting with speak, estado fatale me he middle Liebe Sena ha have Allah He used the best approach. And the most superior method when teaching will Oh Ha ha fi NFC Mahato. And that approach was adopted, that would cause the message to reach the heart of the one that was being addressed. How does this message reach that person's heart? Well, I'll come about how he left me here, we're actually allowing them to intellectually understand what was being said. Go ahead.

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Whoever studies and reads the books of swimmin depth will see that was some of the most on the level it was and then resorted to various styles of teaching when speaking to the Sahaba will be alone. At times the use of Allah to send him would speak as though he was asking the question

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at times he's a little I send them would answer the question at times he's still alive, he will send them would answer the question or according to the level of his question. At times he's alarm someone would answer more than what a person had asked. At times, he's on the level, it was something that would give an example to convey his meaning. At times, he's a Lilavati was something that would add an oath in Allah's Name to his speech. At times he sold a lot he was selling would divert the question from his question, because of because of his hidden wisdom in the matter. At times, he's on the law, you will send them with teach by writing, drawing or providing

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simulations that are done better it should be here with the three. Sometimes there is also the military simulation to something I thought, or giving an example of this is like that, with the city and other times was sort of loss of a lot. He said I'm gonna give the message or convey his point with clear words, direct. Yes.

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When necessary, based on a lawyer said it would be explicit. Other times he summarized them with each by allusion, or intuition, sometimes also the loss of the law value, a seller would present a doubt in order to provide an answer to it at times, so why someone would resort to joking and debate in order to get his message across. He's on the line. And then with all with all gently introduce a topic, or use come joking is also a good way to teach. Sometimes humor plays a great role. In particular, if you're covering something very technical, the student can easily become intimidated. So a good way to do that is to maybe start the lesson off with an example that has some humor to it.

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So they understand the concept. It also have a break from the tension that they're carrying in that class. So muda Maharajah

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There is a lot of sentiment also use

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debate, you have present two sides to an argument. It also opens up the matter to the student. Yes, he's a little lost. And I would also gently introduce a topic or use comparison as a teaching aid. At times, he would refer to the underlying reasons in order to provide an answer to a matter. At times, he would ask us to hobble the low mo by questioning them on matters whose answers he saw, I send them already knew. At times he would ask them in order to leave their response usually, wouldn't it be said Allahu Allah, he was sitting with ask a question was what?

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Allahu Allahu Allah, that Allah and His Messenger no better. This was their humbleness. Unlike in our case, we quickly jumped to giving answers to issues that we have no business answering.

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And in many cases, we are giving answers to issues that our opinion is not even solicited in. And for more reference, please check Facebook all of it.

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Go ahead.

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At times, you would ask them in order to leave the thing is that in our in our day and age, there's no wall clutter is a friend

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does the means nothing? It has no value. So say whatever you want, there can't be any accountability. That's the assumption. When in reality ALLAH SubhanA what that says that what greater crime is there when when other men if Tara Allah He can't even What greater crime is there than for someone to attribute a false and and to make an accusation to Allah subhana wa Tada one Taku Allah him Allah Tala moon, that you attribute to Allah subhanahu wa taala, which you have no knowledge of, how could a person say something is giants are not giants or even say that my opinion on a matter is this without having any true grounding without having done any studying or reading

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and I'm not talking about going online and doing a quick Google search. That's a disrespect to the dean, that you study it that you read it from beginning to end you study with scholars, you understand what the mclubbe and Murata Dean is you understand the reader lover calm are the causes behind rulings changing in matters. Someone who studies Islamic law. The beautiful thing is the more you study Islamic jurisprudence, if you study it properly with teachers, you end up regretting a lot of your life.

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So what was I thinking? In my before doing this? What was that? What was that even thinking that? How did I have that courage to speak here?

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Ultimately, in the dean, we are dealing with Revelation. And why is a very serious matter. Therefore, the alcohol of the past. They were careful when passing rulings. They say regarding Imam Abu Hanifa Rahmatullah hiya lane and he would have imagined

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his rulings were not just his own individual opinions, rather, an issue would be presented. A group of specialists from various backgrounds would be assembled in one gathering email from the law, they would present the issue. It will then be discussed among the jurists that were sitting there, someone has a master and Hadith another person's a master language someone understands, has a deeper understanding of the seat, and at the end of it, a verdict would be passed, there would be an agreement, that could be it would be said it would then be noted down.

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There was a process to it.

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There was there was seriousness that they took these matters very seriously. That How can a person speak on the matters of the Dean without having knowledge? So to sue the loss of Allahu alayhi wa sallam would ask the Sahaba questions, and it was common for the companions to say Allahu Allah, suitable alum, and the people saying this most of the time, by the way, if you're wondering, maybe suffered Allah, it was like, you know, the Sahaba who didn't have knowledge. Usually it was a bucket or on one of the Allah one ally of man, or the Allahu unsaddled Ha, Zubayr zubaid, you know, we're either gonna jump into the hola Juan who was saying these things. It was an Adam, that whatever I

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have to say, most likely won't have the wisdom that you will have a messenger of Allah. So instead of me giving the answer, I'll stay silent. A messenger of Allah, you nourish our hearts. You speak to us, your words have more value that are still

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it's when the person who hasn't studied the deen begins to

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over value the weight in their words that they find it easy to speak because they believe their words are an inspiration and wisdom and guidance for others.

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They've misjudged and miscalculated what their words carry.

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Someone says to nice words about you.

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That Oh, wow, that was amazing. And then you begin to

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feed off of this delusion. It's a very scary place to be. May Allah subhanahu Allah protect us. You know Malik Rahmatullah.

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ARD says that I did not pass fatwa, while in Madina Munawwara until the great scholars of Medina had approved that you are now in a place that you can go and speak on the deen.

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And the Canon will continue.

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There are many examples of this lemma being careful when passing verdicts of the dean and how they would travel to consult one another. There are many that are examples that are in my mind, but we'll skip them for now. If Allah wills maybe another day, we'll cover the subject, go ahead.

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At times, he's on the law, I certainly would ask them in order to lead them to the point where they would arrive at the answer. At times he would provide some information to them before they could ask any question. But at times he would dedicate some of his lesson to women and teach them whatever they needed to know. He saw a lot of them took into account the condition of the children and you were present and would come down to their level and teach them what was appropriate to their level of understanding. In addition to these, there are various other teaching methods used by someone while someone was It was right here we see that he also points out that was sort of less than Allahu

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Allah was Saddam was mindful to the audience he was speaking to

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what's out Alton, your husband, NASA, about the modality where you only move when there are times also allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would have a gathering only for women. Teaching them matters that they needed my dad. My dad did not lay him in alignment with our 10 Euro ye Hala mon Behati he middle appvalley was Solari. And sometimes Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam took into consideration while teaching that the audience that was before him were younger folks. Therefore coming down to that level and allowing them to benefit from what he was saying for your tenacity today him while you are leaving him behind you will help you to food at home wala Hua home already

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in a hurry daddy come in for UNITA leave me he said Allahu alayhi wa sallam said I'm going to be in sha Allah God.

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In the following pages, I will call many examples of the above mentioned techniques and others while presenting the teaching methods a little slow loss of money will set them as compiled in the books of my of the pure sunnah. My inspiration is solely from Allah to Allah, I placed my trust in Him and turn to him. So as we know,

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shift on the Fatah Buddha reckon Allah Tala is a very thorough person.

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His style of writing is that he establishes a point and then presents so many examples to establish that point, that the point that he is making becomes close to irrefutable.

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It becomes very apparent that this is what happened. So now one by one, he takes these approaches of law so the law civil law, it was set up in OpenSim. Number one Taleem, who was Seattle has a network full of allowed in the first point. He says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was teaching methods started with

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him embodying the knowledge that he was teaching

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that it was seen. People can see what he was teaching. You didn't have to wait to hear it. That you saw Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam doing what he was teaching other people.

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If you wanted to see the sort of loss that Allahu Allah He was selling praying salah, you will see that if you wanted to know what the method of doing will do was you had to go and observe the sort of loss and Allamani was in him. You wanted to learn what courage was, you would turn to the suit allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and so on.

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They have a famous thing

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Manasa be highly he nothing that's the hum of a NASA hobby. Akali he was

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the one who advises through embodiment, man, NASA hobby highly. He's the one who advises through their presence through their state.

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NEFA that's his target will hit, he'll hit his target.

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People will see it. There'll be inspired. Those who are keen those who Allah subhanho wa Taala has inspired will observe it someone's generosity, someone's kindness, someone's smile, someone's way of dressed someone's way of smile. They see all of it. Woman nuts a hobby Holly. And on the other hand, there are those who are used to just advise him with words while their actions don't follow through VA Qalamoun who his speech or her speech is being wasted. And I think this is one of the greatest problems that we face. When it comes to giving advice, whether it's in the area of parenting, mentoring, educating people talk a lot, but they don't do enough.

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So children are waiting for

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a moment to see something inspirational in their parents, but they're just waiting

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I'm not seeing anything, I'm hearing a lot of amazing things. I'm hearing great instruction, but I'm not seeing it. My parents are telling me that I should build a relationship with the Quran Europe would on is not a part of your life mama

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Baba it's not a part of your life either. I don't see you reading the Quran which. And whatever excuse you have become accustomed to giving yourself is what I am learning and maybe for the rest of my life I'll have as many excuses as you if not more

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Manasa be highly nothing that says

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that when you learn to advise with your actions, the target hits, you hit it, the arrow will reach its target. Woman NASA habotai va column, you can say all the wise things in the world look at look at internet, look at the internet, full of wise statuses and updates.

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Fancy pictures, beautiful fonts, nice colors all over WhatsApp. Everyday. There's a new wide statement being shared. But these wisdoms don't mean much to people. People these days when they see the wise words they just scroll past them because it's diamond doesn't know versus when you want to have a mentor. You may not hear a wise statement from them every day. But you are seeing wisdom pouring out of that person's presence every moment. Inspiration, more inspiration more inspiration. They saw parents who are patient. They saw parents, mentors and teachers who didn't raise their voice, who knew how to reprimand with love.

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For most of us, that is a barrier that can't be crossed. That what is love and reprimanding have to do so we begin to believe that the two can't coexist and therefore anyone who reprimands us is at crossroads with us. That wasn't a sort of love so

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recently, I spoke to a young lady who was telling me about her relationship with her parent.

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And it was so sad. It was so sad what she had to say. I was holding my tears back from her while sitting across from her.

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And one statement she made she said at the end of it. But the truth is that they're not really my relatives. After all the hurt that has been caused, after all the abandonment, after all the loneliness after all the shouting belittling just turning me down and try turning me into the worst version of myself. I require I recall more shouting and anger than hugs and kisses.

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How can this be true?

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How can this be true?

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That's what allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught the Sahaba to be amazing through being amazing himself.

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That when someone smiles at you so much in your life, and they keep embracing you and they keep giving you confidence and lifting you.

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A point comes that no matter what the situation is, their love is undeniable. No matter how much shaytaan says that person doesn't like you. You go against that what's what's up shaytaan because there are two memories to backup too many memories to backup love.

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For most of us, when we turn back to our lives, there are a few moments of love. It's hard to find people who listen to you who are willing to be meaningful

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companions that embrace you and help you grow. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam guided the Companions along the path of life by leading them through action.

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And when you understand this, the life of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam begins to make a lot of sense. So when an orphan met Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam they understood the person that they were talking with was someone who had been orphaned because the pain that he expressed at the other person's pain was very real. It wasn't dismissive.

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burying his own children facing hunger and starvation. Well, I must.

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At every point, the love that was sort of lasted a long while they were sort of offered the attention he gave was real.

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So here, he points out what kind I mean. Uh hum. Me What are the mean What about Libya? He said, Allahu alayhi wa sallam fatale me under the water. Hello cuwbc Rattle Hassan he will hold off an RV. It was the embodiment of his knowledge. That was his greatest tool. Everything else comes later. By the way, everything else comes later. All the other methodology and all the other techniques are way later in the life.

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You want solid students, you want great children.

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You want great leaders for the future. You will need to adjust yourself. You need to be the best version of

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yourself, show importance to things solely waste things in your life solely.

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In today's world, it's easy to find statements and lectures very hard to find actions. Therefore, one of the scholars said, People assume revolutions occur through statements through talking about it. Revolutions do not occur through just speech because if they did, we would have a revolution every morning and evening. Revolutions occur through steadfastness, sincerity and actions and that's why they're so rare.

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They don't happen much because they require the armor class and I'm gonna be bringing these three things together, you'll have a full revolution, things will change. But these are not common. They're rare. May Allah subhanaw taala granted stuff for kind of sort of long while he was telling me that I'm gonna be Shana. I mean, that'd be he Oh, well, I'm so sad and Natsu Well, I'm going to come out Oh, so we're gonna be some Allahu alayhi wa salam intended to instruct the companions to do something, he would first do it himself. So the Companions saw him, and they knew how this thing needed to be done. What's the right way of doing it? They saw it, like a lady or a young man says

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that I saw my father, you know, mending his shoe like this. Or I saw someone in my family cook a meal like this. So they've seen it through observation and etches into their mind that I remember this is how it's actually done.

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What kind of hook the whole Quran for kinda for kind of a full local Alim without Allah Huhtala, sweat and Hassan and everybody Fatah, Allah azza wa jal looks at Canada computer Sula, who's with Hassan and Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the perfect role model for the one that hopes and searches for Allah subhanho wa Taala and the Day of Judgment remembers Allah azza wa jal abundantly for who has stood Allahu alayhi wa sallam certainly met, he felt that he was early, he will actually go ahead continue.

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From the beginning, continue.

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One of the most important, greatest and obvious teaching methods of Rasulullah sallallahu send them was to teach by his actions. His beautiful way of life and his sublime character was also the loss of aloha. He was salam issued an order, he would first carry it out himself, and the people would therefore emulate him and execute what they had seen him perform. His character was the Quran, he saw the lawn he will send them with us on a very elevated pedestal of character, Allah to animate him a beautiful example for His servants. Allah to Allah says the HUD Gananoque when we do swinging back he was sweating has an imam Kenyatta, Allah will Yeoman if you know what they're gonna look at

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you there is a there is for you in the messenger of allah sallallahu send them a beautiful example for he who hopes to meet Allah and believes in the last day and remembers a lot when the character actions and conduct also Lomasa for somebody will send them thus serve as examples for his followers. There is no doubt that the method of teaching by means of action and deeds is the most powerful method of all, has the greatest effect on the soul facilitates understanding and remembering, and is most likely to be followed and emulated, as opposed to teaching the Emir words and explanations. Furthermore, teaching by action in deeds is the natural method of teaching, and

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was therefore the most apparent and striking teaching method possible. Most of the actions are the natural method of teaching.

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And the Taleem have been fairly well, family who will slow will Fitri literally,

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that teaching through textbooks and teaching to writing comes much later on.

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Long before paper existed, human beings were teaching one another, but they were teaching through through actions. This is a natural way for human beings to learn. Before a child can even read before they understand what a pen or pencil is, they're already learning. They're learning through observation. You see a young girl who

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grabs her hijab but Salah time and throws it on her head. Cute little hijab and throws on her head and lines up next to mama for Salah. This is not something she learned in class, this three year old girl this two year old girl Where did she learn this from?

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But where does she learn this from?

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Through someone to someone that she saw she saw her mama her grandma doing this. That's how she learned it. And then you have other kids who at the age of two can mimic the exact dance moves from a particular song, which is really lame, by the way. But with kids most things are cute. So there's a group of people that are gathering around and they're applauding the child Wow, that's great. You're doing good. That snake was on point.

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Most likely, they saw Bob a practicing

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so they were inspired and said you know what Bob was doing the snake so I can do it too.

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When I when I went up with it

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there was a I once went to $1, a dinner gathering. And some parents were sitting together. So the father said, he called his son and said to his son, that should shift your moves.

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So the father put on the, the sound to the back on his phone and the kids started breaking out moves.

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In my heart, I thought to myself, Allahu Alem, may Allah forgive me if my thoughts were wrong, I thought to myself that

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this is the power of influence only if the parent had influenced their child

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to the dean

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would have been so much better.

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I've seen that same scenario. But the father says, shift listen to my child read the Quran, that same scenario, but what happens there that so that's what I'll

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read some read some from the Quran. Usually, this is the point where the kids run.

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And if they're brothers, they say to one another, it's your turn.

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Either knows what I'm talking about. Muhammad is your turn, I didn't last time.

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My brother and I used to always do that to one another ship movie tonight. When the guests would come, we'd run away.

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We observe one another. And we learned from there. What you see someone do, that's what you do. It's the earliest. The first education for a child is their home. Teachers come later.

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Schools come later. It's an earlier phase that learning occurs through observation. And if you look outside the human beings among the animal kingdom, that's how learning occurs. It occurs through observation. This is how you hunt. This is how you jump. This is what you eat, this is what you don't eat. This is how you cross this valley. This is how you climb this mountain. It all occurs through observation because it's the most natural way for human beings to learn through observation. The beneficial thing about learning through observation is that you will most likely end up with beneficial knowledge.

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Random Facts don't make their way into observational learning.

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What you see is most likely what you'll end up doing and can implement into your life. I was sharing with amines class, I believe it was your class earlier today that

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in the mother OSI it was common that you would see students descending from stairs and while they were descending, if you paid attention, they were doing a thicket what was the thicker SubhanAllah. And if you saw them ascending stairs, if you if you paid a little attention, you would hear them say, Allahu Akbar. And the reason for this is because there is a way that the Sahaba they say that when they visit Allahu alayhi wa sallam habitant Why the * are called Awadhi Saba

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that wouldn't it be sort of long while he was sitting with descend, he would say subhanallah.

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And when he would, when he would climb somewhere, he would say Allahu Akbar. Even though that is about Nivi sauce, I'm travelling through valleys, you know, on long distance travel, but it was implemented into this day to day practice, that we've seen teachers do this scene teachers do this. So we just bring it into our life and at least give them an opportunity to act upon this hadith to some degree, in some way or another.

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Yes, go ahead.

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And maybe in the biography of the Greek Sahabi Jolanda, for the Allahu Anhu the kingdom of man, half as a model for him. Allah narrates in spite of us the Sahaba while they might relate to in a book, EBITDA on the authority of investors have that was the loss of a body or send them some loss on the low tech give him to him in order to invite him to snap. He he said he informed me that this unlettered prophet does not come in any good without being the first to act on it. He does not prohibit an evil without being the first to abstain from it. When he overpowers another he does not display pride. When he is overpowered, he does not become abusive or other reprehensible words. He

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keeps his word fulfills His promise, and I bear testimony that he is a prophet.

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The mama shelter below him Allah said in his book, earlier disarm the character of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was an embodiment of the Quran, because all his knowledge and actions were in accordance with divine revelation. He was thus consistent with divine revelation and proponent to it submissive to it, obedient to it, and dutiful to its command. This special attribute of his soul aloha to send them was one of the greatest proofs of the truth he brought, because when he ordered he obeyed the order himself, and when He prohibited he himself abstain, when he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam admonished

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He admonished and, and then he, and when he warned about the Wrath of Allah to Allah, He was the first to fear when he brought any hope he was the first to be hopeful. In essence, he made the shabby out of proof and authority upon himself. And it was his guide to the straight path, which he tried.

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He's all the difficulties and ease that came through revelation or sort of loss that Allahu Allah He was certain first acted upon it himself. So teaching people that this is the importance that should be given to Revelation.

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The companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saw that

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this revelation that he's talking about all the time and is saying is so important. It's important What's clear and evident because if you said a long while that he was Saddam, made it his priority to bring into his life.

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I need to comment on this every day. Yes.

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He thought he thus became and now through acting upon revelation, and everyday waking up for the 100 salah. Let me say Allahu alayhi wa sallam leading the companions in prayer. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam serving the people in the community, educating people receiving revelation teaching that revelation, helping the needy and the poor, maintaining an eye on the markets of Madina Munawwara after doing all of this, when he died, he Kasara avec de la Hakan.

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It became clear that he was a servant and slave of Allah. He wasn't just telling other people to be servants and slaves of Allah. He became one himself well I should offer is mean to some maybe not a bad and there is no greater title for any human being prophet or otherwise, then to be a servant of Allah.

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The truth is that every month Luke only has one true meaningful relationship with Allah and that is that we are all riveted of Allah and email of Allah. We are all slaves of Allah subhana wa Tada servants of Allah azza wa jal, now among the servants and slaves of Allah, they are the righteous and then they are the sinner. And then from there they are the Olia and the Gambia and the Rasul and morality of existence you have different degrees of people, but ultimately we are all servants of Allah and therefore are required to abide by revelation. So it'd be said Allahu alayhi wa sallam acting upon what he himself was a manifestation of this exact point. But along with that,

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subhanAllah Saurabh de la isla Mina the other day, that's the point that he's making, that Allah subhanaw taala refers to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as his,

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as his as a servant. We'll call it Aidan Tabata, levena, Zina Ferghana, Allah, Abba de again, that same word is being used to refer to a sort of loss of a lot of some makalah even we're in quantum theory, Manas, Allah, Allah, Allah Medina, all of them, maybe so Salam has been referred to as the abbot of Allah, or mashobra Hidalgo, ayatullah to Mohammed who had the same idea and there are many other examples like this in the Quran, where Allah subhanahu wa taala has characterized Rasul Allah set along while he was sitting with a Buddha. And the first element to our Buddha servitude to Allah azza wa jal is to comply with the commands of Allah subhanho wa Taala therefore living by wine,

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okay, next paragraph.

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There are many similar verses where endless will also send them is praised with the attribute of being a must serve. If this was the case with Rasulullah sallallahu It was then the entire creation or also worthy of having the Shetty as an authority over them and utilize this becomes a clear message that if the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gives such importance to Revelation, what about us?

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What should our state be? How serious Should we take this matter? That's the learning point. The learning point is while you're that kind of Malika facade, or how did the Hydra unity enter kura Sharia to the heart hockey Metallian warmer naranja

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Most Beloved of Allah use this Deen to build his path. It manaan it was his light to Allah subhanho wa taala. So what about us, we should all be even more committed and engage at a deeper level, to the best of our ability with as much as consistency as we have and sincerely that we can offer with this theme. Yes.

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And utilizing it like a lighthouse by which they may be guided to the truth. Their honor will be established proportion to their degree of surrender and actions upon its injunctions. And by the end by way of their speech, beliefs and deeds, not merely on the basis of their intellectual status in the community. Allah Allah established honor only for the basis of piety. Key to us as in chronicle Mandela, the most honorable, the most honorable of you in the sight of Allah or those of you who are the most pious one who follows the Sharia most diligently

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would therefore be the most eligible for honor whereas one who does not. One who does so to a lesser extent cannot acquire acquire the honor that the former enjoys honors less based on the extent to which a person submits to the Shediac

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since this method of teaching is the most striking of his methods, so the more money we'll send them, and the one that is most used in his teachings, I will suffice by relating a few examples from his teachings, which fall under this particular particular category. I can only quote a few examples as it would be impossible to cover them all.

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Everyone in this room has been what time was 158 59? Or is it earlier?

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50 We have a few minutes.

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Most of them in the ordinary on the authority of debit have not been dealt with the one who said but also the loss of small money we'll send them came to us in this Masjid of ours, and he had a sick from it. Even thought Yeah, but he had the old Jew living the top or June even Bob or June, as you know, is a stick.

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Even thumb was actually a person in Madina Munawwara who later on became a reference point for dates.

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There was a particular date that was attributed to him so even thought was not talking about the individual it's talking about date. So from a particular date tree, maybe sort Allahu Allah wa salam had a branch he had some sort of a stick from that tree. Roger Medina at the end so la he know ermington Madiha

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Okay, so it'd be something I hadn't had a stick in his hand for if you could get an image of the new harmattan visa Allahu Allah He was salam saw

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mucous to the right word. Some Yeah, let me saw some saw some mucus in the direction of the kala where people will pay salah. He saw some phlegm that that's what I was thinking of some phlegm and mucus on the ground in the direction of the Qibla for haka habla, or June, so Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam scraped it off the ground using his his stick. So Mokuba Allina here comes a teaching moment sort of lasted a long while it was said I'm turning towards this color. You come you hit boo and Uri Allah and which one of you wants Allah to turn away from you?

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For Shanna, Shanna,

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Yanni Uttanasana Bureau Ooh, Cena will have sadhana

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when there is loss of them said this we all just look down

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and they'd be so sad I'm sad for my color. And your comb your hair blue and you're under the line. Tell me who wants a lot of turn away from Him?

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For Shana for Mikado, are you putting your finger on yours Allah who I know which one of you wants Allah to turn away from Him?

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So three times he asked us Polina law uh. You know ya rasool Allah, no one does. No one wants Allah Subhana Allah to turn away from Him.

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Allah find that a haidakhan either karma usually in Allah Tala de Bella watchI, that when one of you stands to pray and know that he is facing his Lord, people are watching he, there is a discussion among them Hadith and what does this mean? The easiest interpretation here, inshallah is that that person is facing the Qibla in the Himalayas, his direction of worship, so he is in a special sacred place when you're worshiping Allah subhanho wa taala.

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Fela epsilon not Ebola, what he what are and Yemeni? Well, yep, Sukanya. Sorry, He that is really useful. So when one of you is in prayer, and if he is he has a need to discharge any phlegm or mucus, he should not spit in the direction of the Qibla. Neither to his right, if he must, then

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underneath his left foot, so you would spit on the ground and stuff on there. By the way, bear in mind, this isn't a time where the massage did not have any carpet. It was soil. And if someone's in, he's not saying do this, it's the floods in your mouth, you got to do something. What do you do? swallowing it down? It's not a good idea, you have to discharge it. So in that moment, that we said a lot instead of just telling the Companions if you must discharge it from your mouth, then underneath your foot, that's what you do. Or Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says

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financial behavior often failure failure could be so be he haka, or when he can do is spit in the corner of his garment and rub it against rub the garment against itself so the phlegm does not fall out. And later on, go and wash your garment. Suit Allah said Allah when you sit on top the Companions this now

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for matawa

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Hello Wahoo Obama Homi Bhabha, mfine white debido with what the author of a who I love feats of Metallica who take the garment, put it over your mouth and remove the phlegm and then Delica who you rub it against itself so it sticks there later on, you can go and wash it. Now when you look at this particular narration, one thing to point out is that no sort of loss that Allahu Allah He was Salam is reprimanding the Companions because someone did something that was inappropriate for the Masjid. One thing that's clear is that phlegm is not impure. If it was impure a suit, Allah said, Allah who it was someone not come in for it to be put onto a garment while you're in prayer. So it's not

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impure. Yet Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam still told the Companions off for having it in the masjid. Why? Because it's colorful, other. This is a place of worship. You don't mess up the mission. You keep it clean, you go above and beyond. There is any wire actually, that was the last that Allahu alayhi wa sallam actually said that whenever you saw said I'm told the companions to not bring children to the masjid. Similarly, the visa lottery system said, do not bring a person who was insane to the masjid.

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Now, some people translate this and they implemented that no kids are allowed in the masjid period. Well, many of them will hide the food in the hot seat. This isn't a situation where the child will carelessly spread impurity. Bear in mind in the context where diapers weren't really a thing, and a baby's a baby, they don't take permission before relieving themselves. So it's going to cause impurity in the machine. So the sort of loss of a lot is that I was telling the parents that before your child is able to control their bowels, let them pray at home, or if you're going to bring them to the masjid give extra attention. Similar thing with the monsoon. The why and if you spent a long

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while it was said I'm saying not to bring him as noon to the masjid because of the st the HANA issue. It's a purity issue, that when you have some sort of safety now if a person has loose bowels and they come to the masjid and they ensure that they are wearing some sort of protection that prevents the masjid from becoming filthy in any way at all. Now, why this is important is because there are scenarios where a person is not able to access the machines not because they have something wrong, but because there is an impurity that was spread in the machine that will defile the sanctity of the machine in that moment. That does not make that human being any worse. It does

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not make that human being a bad human being. It doesn't mean that Shetty is discriminating against that person, rather shady as upholding the sanctity of the place. And those people no need to be given an opportunity to be educated, where education is necessary. Outside of the question

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that I have venue needs to be held. Someone may feel discriminated by this but in reality, there's no discrimination here. You're maintaining the sanctity of the Masjid. Yet at the same time, giving people the opportunity to learn the deen in a way that is accommodating right? This is the teaching of a subtle shelter fatawa Rahim Allah Allah he says here he brought up he actually mentioned this issue

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it's a longer passage into Maya so go ahead and try Salado he doesn't mess up the thorat Ativ muscley basically he's talking about spitting in the masjid right that if you know if there is a need that possibility is there. What kind of because people they say when they be assaulted them gave permission to spit in the masjid. Well, this is not the truth nobody's awesome did not give permission this isn't a case where what are you going to do? It's in your mouth. You have to do something with this phlegm What are you going to do? Sudo su De La Sol Sonam is teaching the Companions how to discharge it. What kind of auto message what kind of audible message you need to

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Robin Oh Ramadan oh haha. Oh now with Alec Kumar keratin massage if you had enemies or Allahu Allahu wa salam and that's how the massages were in those times the massages were not built on solid carpet there was soil and and other raw materials on the ground. I made that kind of messy. Do mobile nuttin oh just so Sonoma fruit can be seen as for the massage that we have today, where there are carpets and there are you know, finer materials used in the construction of the massages.

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Come out here 100 massages and Yom phayathai You know, I didn't massage and wasafi therapy. That day, it is no longer a permission for you. You no longer have permission to spit on the ground. Because you are causing harm to the property of the Masjid. It's no longer raw material where you just take the soil and bury it or spill water over it. These these these these facilities need to be maintained at the end of the day. It's the house of Allah subhanaw taala

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it touchable Seanna to the messenger Allah cool uncle Mustafa Varun OMA Kuru hidden Omona within a muda hidden in the buffer, and it is the responsibility of the Muslims to ensure that at every cost, no impurity makes its way into the masjid

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We saw this in our machinist and teachers that when they would come to the massage, they would clean the machine up. If they saw any impurity on the ground, they would pick it up. If they saw anything filthy, they would clean it themselves. And Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in one rewire actually mentioned that the one who cleans the impurity of the message in return Allah subhanahu wa Tada will bless them with a beautiful companion and Jana write such a big reward if I'm correct. This narration you can find in the Sunnah of Imam even imagine I'm a longtime Allah subhanaw taala reward us. I'm going to conclude today's session we'll read this rewire

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the last part of the rewire by the way is that maybe sort of long while it was said and then sent a young companion to go and bring some fragrance. And then he took the fragrance and placed it on the ground where the impurity was. So right here we see Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam educated the Companions through repeating his speech multiple times. Similarly in a visa Allah Allah sort of led through action Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is humbleness that he did it himself rather than telling someone else cleaned it because there's an agenda there. Similarly to sort of loss of Allahu alayhi wa sallam reprimanded them with his words, and also used physically himself to fix the

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affair bill yet. When there is opportunity, you fix that fair with your own doing.

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And there are other issues here too. The last thing is the there's a beautiful story that half of the Mahajan and Kalani Rahim Allah Tala narrates in the introduction of his commentary on Sohail Bukhari in his mother man sympathy he mentioned this beautiful incident, the salah little Giamatti, Imam Bukhari, Tala, Ramallah Dona Paula Muhammad naman Surah that Muhammad minimun sources could not be magically see at the Abdullah Al Buhari, that we were once in the gathering of Imam perianth Allah Yachty

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for Assad in southern Qaddafi and Maliki Ouattara. Ha.

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You know, some guy he pulled out something from his beard and flicked it into the masjid

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forever flying Sun Kadazan melotti Ouattara haha.

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He took some impurity out of his beard and flipped it into the masjid

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for a terrible hurry a young guru la ha alienness Furama Rafa NASA right to who made the Yoda who, for Rafael Cavazza mineral or the other half economy, further mythology middle measure the right to a fragile ha ha ha ha.

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So remember Haryana Allahu Allah, he kept his eye on that impurity. And when people were no longer looking, he picked it up and placed it in his sleeve,

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and then went outside the machine and threw it away.

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On this note, our chef used to say to us, that those who take care of the masjid

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those who clean the masjid and take care of the finances of the machine, take care of the affairs of the Masjid. Allah subhanho wa Taala will take care of their affairs, their finances, because the one who takes care of the house of Allah Allah will take care of their house to

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well son along with that Allah said Mohammed ceremony

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