The Prophet Muhammad – The Teacher 20

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possible scenarios so you can also do a

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lot Skia was

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a member.

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We were studying the different teaching methods on sort of logs that alumni.

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And the first point

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that the author mentions is how Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was such an effective teacher because he led through example, through practice through action. When a person came to the sort of loss of a loved body was sent, I'm asking the question, it was common for the purpose of a loved one, and he was willing to show the person the answer, rather than just relying on saying the answer. So we covered the narration of Jabra, the loved one in our previous class, about a person that came in he spat in the Marsalis who spat in the mosque on prayer and we saw him saw that he physically shoulder compatible with and made it corrections. Today we continue with the same

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discussion. The second narration narrated by Muslim underlined now that you are dealing with a message any amount of matter. The human will love that

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shadow started today. Go ahead.

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So now we'll have a level salatu salam ala Rasulillah. On mollify my mom

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was living timidly as a matter of

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law Nari from Sudan medical writer who reports from his father from a sort of loss of the love it was

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a person asked him about the times of Salah masala Muslim Allah Allah send them sent to him. Perform your Salah with deep with with us for these two days.

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So that you may practically learn the types of Salah when the sun passes Zenon also allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ordered the level the alignment to call out the and then He then ordered him to say the abama for the logos Allah later on. He said the llama for the OS of Salah when the sun was quite high and clearly white. He then ordered him to save the Obama for Muslims Allah when the sun had said He then ordered him to say the Obama for that he showed us a lot when when the redness on the horizon had disappeared. He then ordered him to say that you come up for the Federal Salah at the brink of

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the following date. He performed the local salon when he was much cooler.

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He delayed the salon for much longer than the previous day. He performed the awesome salon when the sun was slightly high and operated much later than the previous day. He performed another solo just for the redness on the horizon could disappear. He performed that a lot after 1/3 of the night had passed. And the federal salon when it was quite right. So on the first day that sort of lesson of the Hollywood system performed all of the prayers in

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Redmond time started the second day and so a lot of money was sent and also prayed eats a lot in its time but more towards the end. So for example in in Fajr Salaah second date for also low budget or for Asfar army hmm maybe supermarkets and today the person was at the point where a person were to look outside and there was brightness there. Similarly regarding the motive, so I was talking about Wi Fi was shuffled maybe so long while he was certainly prayed model epsilon before the time we actually started giving this person a physical demonstration of the timings of slaughter. This is the earlier time this is a later time for you to bring Yes.

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Most of the loss of love it was sent and then said where's the person who had asked about the time slot? The man replied, here I am almost a month or so the loss of Allah Hollywood seven said these times of your salon it's between what you're

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worth to salata. Komaba and

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what you saw a praying this is the middle time for you, you can play your song, the time in between the duration, you can play your song Good. In his commentary on the amendment now know what we're working on law said this hadith teaches us to explain something practically because the greater clarity can be achieved there by a practical explanation facilitates understanding for both the questioner and those who are present as well. We also learned that an explanation should be delayed and given at the time when it is needed. This is the method of the majority of scholars

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in number 19 Without wouldn't necessarily know magia nary a Hadith from our medical tribe from the smaller from his grandfather, that a man came to the southern muscle Hello Oliver cinnamon said O rasool Allah, how should I perform my illusion or pseudo

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also nobody was on the masks for water the container he's on the law he was then washed his palms three times his face three times and his arms three times specifically when you're teaching the lesson that has a lot of details to it like salon time, there are so many points there dimension beginning time and time chef after this little this studio to this and Salon they submitted our listen Fanny, there's so much language there and evolved that it can become overwhelming. So rather than just sharing the word that was the lesson of autism physically laid it out. Alright, and now when it comes to blue, again, for a person who's observing first time or maybe still is new at this

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whole, the whole procedure can be a little overwhelming, that wash your right hand once your mouth three times your nose three times your face three times right arm, left arm, why move your whole head, do your ears and then do your fingers and beard and then do your feet. And this one and that one. So for these one of these a lot for these actions when

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I was teaching them, he teaches them through animal. So you see here, it says for the house or the loss of certain FEMA in 59. For us, for LA Celica fake it.

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For Melissa, there is the most of it. Also, he was a spy. He's about 18 feet of me inside his ears. And he's also elected scientists, here's almost a hobby of hobby, the economy. He used his thumb on a lot he was in a hurry to clean the back part, outer part of the year.

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And so you can see not an obsessive is showing practically through his action. And the one who came to ask, doesn't have to remember a lot of content in a list form but are able to see the practice of what sort of loss of love so yes, he's got a lot of sediment been washed 63 times each. After this season, the law or some of them said this is how evolution was performed. If anyone does any more or any less than this, he has sin and done wrong. Or someone I sent him said he has done wrong. And

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you know, if a person does we lose more or less than this, this isn't necessarily talking about the number of times you wash your limit because they're sort of lost in one direction.

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shipments are no money and Marty for him. He brings in variations and also Simon Muscat in Scotland wasabia. When bringing the narrations regarding washing the limbs, he brings all three of them one after the other, and one rewire. And they'll be sort of washed each limb one in the secondary wire immediately after secondary wire he brings nothing with nothing. So the last one is in a washed each loom two times. And then then you are right after that the narration right after the author that I thought about that it'd be sort of odd isn't unwashed each limb three times.

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So it's not so much of a number factor here. Rather it's about this the app it's about that making sure you wash the limit. If a person doesn't do it and does not wash the limbs, they have done wrong in this new virus with the loss of a lot. In addition to the variety, the obligatory X also listed out the pseudonym. So therefore we're learning balama valamar rrfc bitOK a sunnah. That person has learned himself why? Because he abandoned the Sunnah, that when you knew what we should follow the full similar procedure bear in mind that you're doing well due to worship Allah so why would a person cut corners on the way to worshipping Allah subhanaw taala now sometimes person is in a rush

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they need to quickly do a little they're running late or something like that. They don't remember that other

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than that you wash it one time our machines will tell us when you do will do at the masjid because the water being used there is what it's where the donation you should only wash each of them one time

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right? So you don't waste water. For the that's that's basically being purchased or paid for by the EU Muslim or Allah subhanaw taala give us such understanding as well.

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Funny narratives on the authority of one

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man who says that if no event informed him saying I brought the illusion water towards men and not federal the law while he was sitting on a seat. This is one of the most common narrations in the chapter on the look that gave here to Google they remarked that they reference the myth the duration of Earth moment I found out about almost all the scholars references Hadith supporting narration, because when was one of the a lot one was given water for blue. He did blue and then after doing this Google, he said at the end of it, how can I write an article on selling in the hopper that they will do I just did was the glue that I saw in Rasulullah sallallahu. So so he learned that through

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observation and when it comes time for him to teach glue. He also teaches it by performing that loop giving the students an opportunity to observe just as he had when he learned to pursue law Satellizer Yes.

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He'll be a law and performed in solution in the beauty

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Before Manna and said, I suppose for the loss of a loved one, he was suddenly performing his illusion while sitting in this very place. He's alive.

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He performed his illusion in a beautiful manner and then said, Whoever performs a motion in this manner comes to the masjid offers to a Catholic salon without occupying himself in any worldly affairs, and then sits down that all his all his past sins or sins are forgiven. That's all possible, Lord. So you're not? Yes, yes. However, the majority of him Allah said that this hadith shows that teaching by example, is always more effective for the student. The words of those little loss on the low audio segment do not deluded mean that one should not consider the forgiveness of past sins as inclusive of all sins, because one will then become lacs and abstaining from sins and

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begin relying on their forgiveness. Musala

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agree that when the Hadith mentioned that by doing a particular good deed, Your sins are forgiven, these sins are referring to this as a higher not Nicobar. Minor sins, not the major, major sins are forgiven through Toba. And the truth is that there's nothing easier to do than Tober you don't have to even do anything. You don't need to go somewhere you don't need to see a particular statement. It's it's a fee as a state that a person enters into absolute remorse and they have no sense of apology, that that moment there Toba is presented to Allah subhanaw taala Yes.

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The reason why one should not become lacks is that with Allah is that the Salah, which is an expiation of sins, is one which is accepted by Allah to Allah and one does not know whether it's Allah is accepted or not. So the first thing is a sort of loss of the Lord and cinema saying that in the Serato it took a few to heal modulus and 100 statement that the salon that actually expiate sins is the accepted song.

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Now who here can say confidently that my salon was accepted?

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Point number one in the slaughter little little bit here my hula what I did

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nobody knows if there's a lot is even accepted on a show like this which is my hopes and Allah subhanaw taala but we can't say confidently and then someone will confuse someone will confer with salata. He is

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for my mocha fellow. Then after that, the second point you need to keep in mind is the sins are expiated sins are forgiven. They are the minor sins do not cover any.

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We are not speaking of major sins and neither are we talking about violations against another human beings that still is outstanding. Yes, God

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should also be borne in mind that the sins which are forgiven to Salah are only the minor ones. Forgiveness does not include major sins are those that are associated with the rights of fellow human beings on one occasion those little muscles a lot of people would say a long while he was on the pulpit so that all of them could see and learn by observing his actions

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without a Muslim nearly on the authority of senators and assign the pulpit on the member a little higher. So not everyone was sitting on the ground level and look upwards and see how recent Alaska is performing his salon me sort of love it was sort of did the wholesale order naturally for standing on the moon going how are you going to do that? Right so then the wire at the end system Roger

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yesterday so let me summarize that and he had that set up maybe some sort of pranks along the minibar while standing bow down and everything but when it came time for says that

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he

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stepped off of the member did sit down on the ground and then the rest of it they saw on the showing people how to pray songs very effective for someone as well like and we'll do we were saying teaching through actions Salah as well observation that you learn by seeing other people praise a lot.

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Yes.

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Wasn't married on the authority of seven per se saying well, the alignment was said I saw some of most of the law it was some him standing on the pulpit. He faced a good lead and said along with the people stood behind him. He saw the lesson and recited the portion of the line you want until for the people behind him also went into the court. He saw the loss and then raised his head and walked back a little without turning around. He saw the lesson I've been frustrated onto the ground thereafter to return to the pulpit recited a portion of the Quran. And when

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he's alive, someone raised his head and walk walk back a little and then prostrating onto the ground. When he completed his salah, he turned to the people and said okay, well, I did this so that you may follow me and you may learn my method of offering Salam Yeah, you have nerves in the bus so not to have that leader tell me be a little volatile and move so that the reason why I'm period on the Milan instead of praying where he would normally pray from them

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Hey Rob,

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where are the results I've left the reason why I'm praying here was so that everyone can see me to Allah masala can so you can learn God

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in his commentarial

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Mammon or what we call him on La set, also the loss of abundance and I'm explained to them that his sending that that his assembling the pulpit and offering Salah on it was solely to enable them to observe and learn all his movements. If he hadn't stood on the ground only those that were close to him would have seen. How does it modulo him Allah writes, we learned from muscle the muscle on my body was sometimes words, old people, I get this so that you may follow me and you may learn my method of offering so long that the wisdom of of offering consult at the top of the pulpit was that those who would not have been able to see to see him offering his salon the ground could see him. We

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learned from this incident that if a person does something does something unusual example offering some on the pulpit, as in this incident, he should explain his action to his associates and followers, people are going to assume what you're doing is permissible, specifically if you're a leader, but you know, the Imam was doing this because that's what the Shetty assets. But if you're going to do something out of line, as a community leader, as a teacher, specifically as a puddle up, then you you should clarify that in this moment. What I did is not the norm, but I did it this way because of XY and Z. Explain yourself. You shouldn't always assume that everyone knows what's going

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on in your heart and in your mind. If you do something wrong, publicly, you should clarify, either admit that it was wrong, or tell people that this is not the Sharia rather than a shattering ruling is this the legal ruling is this but this particular act of mine was in this context. So in 100 mescaline, it says, we use the father menu and on the sheet and finally for the other young Hekmatyar videos that you clarify will tell people why you did what you do. Well, if he Joe was a tiny moumita of axotomy film, which was an American sci fi salon, similarly, we learned from this, that insula, it is permissible to have minor movements, maybe some sort of had to take a step back

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to the surface of the earth. Sometimes you're in prayer, you have to move a little to the left, a little to the right, maybe you have to aid yourself minor movement, soft movements, nothing too aggressive. These things are all jazz. And so, yes,

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the following lessons are derived from this incident. It is permissible to practically teach the congregation to different postures.

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Slight or minor movements are permissible in salon and major movements are also permissible if done separately for example, walking backwards. It is preferable for a person to use the pulpit to demonstrate any movement because it is easier for others to perceive his actions and to hear his words.

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Oh, but nowhere near we have the authority of

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a loved one that also the loss of money was stolen past the boy was skinning a sheep. This rewire him up in the modern life a narrative is Kitab via

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the chapter on sacrifice and slaughtering under the sub chapter of skinning an animal. On the other hand, Imam Abdullah Abdullah narrates it in the chapter of

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wool, whether you will do is affect it or not. If a person touches something, by physically making contact with me as your will, is your will do effective or not. So this narration opposite of the political dilemma one he says also the loss of laws that are passed by a young man was skinning an animal fur on and a little sort of losses on

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that why don't you step aside let me show you how it's done. Let me show you how to skin

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fatherhood also the loss of Allahu Allah He was a mother who obeyed God What if so son took his hand and we put it between the skin and the in the meat in order to do that to create space to create separation for that has to be had that the word idiot that was on tacitly put his hand on his hand and all the way until we saw some arm disappeared run it until the arm all the way inside creating space and separating the skin

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from the from the meat yes

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he then said oh boy this is how you should skin in Rasulullah saw as it continued on his way and let the people along with it without performing evolution. Yes, so that's the the masala there is after that was done. Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam then went and masala Nasional Amitabha. He went a lot of people in prayer in the laundry room. So the outcome was on one side the legal the ruling was on one side. But the reason why the author I'm allowed that I mentioned this incident is because there is a lot Islam taught this young man this practice through his action, but this is the way to go.

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Teaching aspects of the Shenyang stages. Also loss of alarm. Some of us the grandfather this narration I won't go into it because we're we are

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limited in time and we have so much to cover, shuffled the foot a little bit. I know love actually shares a beautiful poem. It's out of the poem, because that's why I mentioned the word for dasa behind the Haza that has been so let me so some other philosophers on the other who made a video with me, but as

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I told you guys a few moments ago, what is it? What does it mean

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to put your RV in between flesh? You call that dasa? Yeah that's what you're talking about my use of filler Raja Yoga will be in the shadow it was difficult at least to have skin put your hand inside. So after mentioning that word that has he then says

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the author him a lot of us as well. Yeah, what Yeah, I love what Yeah, I love that that has a shot in Ireland. profiel. Well, man in the beaten Budhia

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because the word that has mentioned there is a poem, and I read that very beautiful meaning. So I want to share it. I'll read it for you guys. For those of you who are more interested, you can read the commentary on the key has a few footnotes on the poem. It's beautiful. He says why you will have Lonnie, that's

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why you will overcome the mind means people who have animosity or hatred or harm.

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Why socialize live with the will of Ronnie does

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the theater the photographer,

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not not that is a

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you know, they would just say we'll see that

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a worn out slipper or shoot

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you know shoot us all worn out and it's gone very weak and stitches, stitching is coming off leathers all torn up.

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And hopefully,

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footwear color is something that's again worn out. So he says for uniform number when you have a worn out shoe, you can just leave it there. Or you can take it to a cobbler and the cobbler can work on work on it and mended and fix the leather and polish it down. So suddenly these people who have hatred in their heart and their rough people, you can either abandon them like a worn shoe, you can just leave it there and get thrown away and that's called no value in there or you can go to work on it

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or you can you can go to work on you could try to give it some attention. So he says that he is the Lucena photographer

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for industrial machinery fat for the government. In Catan Wankel Hadith and

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finally, you have the caminho Semira, who when Dylaney audio Baraka, okay, good, good.

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Teaching aspects of shivian stages. So the first thing was a super lesson Allamani was it on teaching through his own practical actions. Point number two, the second important teaching methodology was philosophy. That alemayehu Sharia with the bridge that will suit allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will teach incrementally, piece by piece. Now giving it all at once, you have to piecemeal it, someone comes to you and they say, I want to learn algebra. But before we go to algebra, I will be studying a few basic things. Let's start with some point one point 2.3. Before we go on to something more sophisticated, not that algebra sophisticated. But you guys understand, like

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for a third grader algebra would be sophisticated. There's a third, you know, a six year old seven or eight year old kid who heard something about math and maybe someone that you've referenced algebra comes to classes, I want to learn algebra. So the ShakeOut will most likely say, slow down, or just slow down a little bit. Let's get some basics. In addition, out of the way, let's get basic fractions out of the way before we go ahead. So that each that will sort of last at about money, we would teach things incrementally. The student wants it all at once. The nature of oscillations are sort of loss of love. It also says, my human Gosh.

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If you have more of a student can't be satisfied. They want it. And to be honest, it's not something blameworthy is their greed is for something good. So they want to learn it all at once. But the teacher's responsibility is to not teach it all at once. I bet I look, we can have this level of the conversation today. But there's a second part of this conversation that we can't have today. I just need you to trust me. We'll talk about this later, in Charlevoix, so everything in its own place and time to diverge

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plus a little lost a little lies and then use the gradual approach in teaching. He's the lesson would present the most important aspects first, and then the lessons so in our Gaussian community, people like knowing about you know, the latest hot debate that's going on but a little too heavy. To shields writing rebuttals on another PC will we'll look at quitting.

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No one knows how

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do normal no therapist and chronic fatigue or any other cutting Arani there are two basic things, and they want to learn about what? Like, tell me what's selling? What's the latest on what is the human body is?

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dying people? This is this is

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this is why you need mentors in life, that when you ask them a question like, you know, Jeff, can you explain the senator, so he Muslim, and you have an other Granja to slap on your head? That why don't you take a little break, go to some aboda and then come back later on. And we'll talk about what's next. For those, that each everything. For Canada, you've got a hammer, the hammer, a sort of lots of Allah said I'm gonna teach was important. And then after that, what's important? I asked

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one of my teachers, if they should be yourself a little bit long as life ones. We were sitting in class. I said, ArchiCAD I did not have economic

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you know, scholar, but there's some controversy around. So I said, What's your opinion regarding the hobby?

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So you said,

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without saying you got to take another week.

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You don't even thought I probably even study properly. I remember that day. And really remember that day. He said, you know, do your MCLA prep, but you don't study your work properly. Your your preparation is half done, and you're talking about them to focus on this right now. Similarly, one person came to monotonically optimizing. And he asked him who was right, either the loved one or mama or the loved one.

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Who was correct. There was a dispute between the two companions, who was more correct. How do you get the loved one Omaha we have the loved one to be reckoned with Ana said to him,

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that if Allah asks you this question on the agenda, do you blame me

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this point your finger I mean that this guy he had he held it back to me. In the meantime, go focus on other things in life go by your wife or president? You know, he didn't say those exact words, but you guys go do something with your life instead of engaging in these fruitless discussions. Now, there is a place in time for these conversations by the way for them to love

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their specialist there, he's discussions can sugar, but yes, go ahead.

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He's allowed to eat a little at a time so that whatever he taught, could easily be absorbed and more effectively memorized and understood.

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imaginaries on the authority of Judah

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are the alumni who said we were witnessing the loss of the Lord he was a group of youth close to the age of maturity manifest yet has been has been steady Knievel blue so they were close to maturity has

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Go ahead. We learned what Eman was before we could learn the bonds the first thing that we saw certain topics was what?

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Ema they get to know your Allah offers just like a monkey, Revelation, preheated or revelation. You read those if most of them are what Iman developed the mind of the reader. Yes.

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In this way, we increase our rate. So our liminal Imana planeta. Alevel, Puranam format Allah Quran is that Nabi he taught us eemaan First salaam, Islam and then passed on. So now that we were learning the Quran impacted the imam in America man even stronger by

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analyzing yes, if you don't teach your children the importance of gratitude to Allah or loving Allah and jump straight ahead and teach them salon. It'll be a product owner. So first you build their Imani a meaningful relationship with Allah and now teach them saw that salon will increase the first

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one thing?

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Yes.

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Funny listen to Nari on the authority of the vessel. The law I said was a little muscle the law it was sent more than a little low on the piano. When dispatching me advice him you will meet some people on the boat. You should invite them towards being a bearing testimony that there is no more the first thing for the National habitat when you go to Yemen and

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Kissinger offers for in whom authority Danika for Alim in the life of God Himself. And after that's done then you teach them the other things because also themselves teach them the lesson of zakat first, so for them and help him to go to Africa and more authority Danika Yakko karate karate my money. So when they do give you their cell phones I got sued allah sallallahu he's gonna say don't take the best of their wealth. Take what's modern, if you take if they have to give three horses and you take the best one the most expensive one. They're not going to like you and they're going to avoid humans and gotten the future for Yaga Rama Ahmadi Why don't take the best of their will. What

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took you that? What are the most room for anyone who needs a beta or beta like a job? Or sort of lots and lots of them said Be mindful of the prayer of the one that isn't

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pressed for there is no barrier between his prayer and our next generation.

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You might not remember him alone Eric's on the authority of Mohammed Bin Laden from our bar on the authority of a wild man who said, one of the Sahaba Rasul most of Allah, but he was a man who used to teach us narrated to ourselves through the loss of love audio, someone used to teach them 10 verses, they would not learn the next 10 verses until they had learned that the first time and what they could practice upon. So 10 verses and not just memorizing 10 verses have Diallo, Matthew Harvey, he made it really well what?

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What is the knowledge that needs to go that's paired with the set versus one of these 10 versus saying, what is that? And I'm almost I don't want to thank you and these verses and what that what actions can you derive from these verses, which means the HIV the process is surely prolonged, when it becomes meaningful, their loss of health?

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Yes,

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nobody in areas on the podium must struggle their loved one said, when any of us learned 10 verses, he would not proceed until he had learned their meaning and how to put them into practice.

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Exercising moderation and preventing boredom and also the loss of Allah and he was telling us to take into consideration the times and circumstances of the Sahaba when advising and teaching them so that they would not be bored in doing this isa Mala or some of them will they will not get bored. That's an important thing here. So he seen yourself on one side, you know that each you're taking you're spreading out the knowledge so that they can digest the information. But the second thing here is that don't overdo it as well. Because you may bore them they'll get exhausted they'll get tired you can take the most beautiful dish in the world someone who has like read Jani, DuVall or

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pizza or whatever it is that you'd like a lot you have it every day or if you have it too frequently what happens

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is you don't like you don't enjoy it anymore. No matter how delicious it is. It's not the food loss it's flavors that you will overexposed. So the same thing you have to be mindful what kind of social media I have others have here why don't we feed the theory Metallian the Elia value? Right? What can you really fanatical customer loyalty data? So let me sort of maintain moderate see when educating his companions? Now he narrates anyway, the first step is from Claudia from a lot of data has

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been on my counter to be sort of lahardee You're sitting at home alone with Mari that you will really Mikaela yen few right? So remember how to do it establishes the chapter. The chapters that are sort of loss of God is certain but sometimes

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space spaced out his teaching

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it the whole world of humans Marilla give them breaks from teaching. I'm giving advice about gala Yankee, so they wouldn't be exhausted so they wouldn't you know the task than others they will learn. So under that chapter, he narrates any monster afterlife. He also narrates a singularity way. And he's saying under the chapter Bible is the Saudi phenomenon, the chapter on being moderate when advising not overdoing it not under doing it. So this narration is narrated by both body and Winston. And they have their own chapter headings. What's the narration from Shakti Allah and he says, We were sitting with a loving school are they a long way outside of his home waiting for him?

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For marinara is even more obvious. So it's even more how we came out of giving them a pseudo their loved ones house and he was passing by for a movie mechanic. We said go tell them was rude that we're sitting by his doorstep. So you can come and teach us a group and they were waiting for that rally for them yet

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belong shortly after it was given Masuda de la one came out

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Fatah that in you in your Speedo Combi in both in Bergen mechanical, familiar not only apologia alien Camilla girl here and I was told that you were sitting outside in the snow that the only reason I didn't come out to teach you is because I'm worried that you will get exhausted.

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You will get tired not too frequently.

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In our sort of loss at a loss I'm carrying the whole board and I've been more than a year and a half of the summer. Maybe some water some do the same with us that he would allow us to space anything. You overdo it you get exhausted. The RV poet talks about friendship, he says to his friend. So I'll do the Hong Kong border dock in Tacloban.

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I want you to move far away from me. So we can fall in love even deeper so we can get closer to one another. Right? The same goes with relationships. It's good to be close to relatives, not too close.

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It's good to have more gap a little space. So you can infrequently visit maintaining, maintaining etiquette, always being considerate of one another. When you're with people all the time. No matter how dear loving they are they will cross the boundaries of another. It's just the nature of

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Life, right? Unless they're really good human beings, and in that case the relationship sours. So that's not the why the second narration inherits from employment law YALI. He's a member of parliament Lonnie narrates it in his governor in under the chapter of majali as a young man, that you dedicate dates for education that's that's the chapter heading The demand party has

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and he also married some Muslim it's a similar narration of the middle schools with the Obama but the wording is a little different. Got Abdullah here look, you know, NASA equally homies that Abdullah bin was rather the Allah one would give these public advices and lectures for the Companions every Thursday.

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For Paula, hurrah, Julianne and he wound up living in a hippo Hanifa Wendish the he never did. Naka hada Farah Coolio.

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So one person said, Instead of lecturing us every Thursday, how about you start giving your Does

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everybody

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know what is not?

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Good. We would like to study from everyday football Am I in the room, and

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the rest of the rewire is the same. The reason why I don't do this because it will exhaust me. So when teaching is well, you have to see the appetite of the student. Some students are such that some subjects and it's different because some subjects are such that you need to teach them everyday for them to settle in. You can't skip around with them. Right? the more frequently you teach them, it solidifies in the mind. But then there are some people in some subjects that are such that you have to space them out. It goes back to the

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teacher paying paying close attention to the student and knowing at what point they're benefiting and when that has stopped. The next generation will do two more and then we'll close off. The next narration is also narrated by Makati, and Imams.

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Imam quite a lot. The narrative is Kitab and Imam Muslim lion valley near inescapable jihad.

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And that doesn't necessarily mean you can have your loved 100 Isa Lawson, Connor Yes, you do want to ask you a shoe? Well?

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Yes, you are. That was that made easy. Don't make me don't make it difficult on people. Instead of giving like, some people will make you sit down to give to us and they give a four hour long lectures, three hour long lectures. I've seen this in the one hour, two hour long lectures. It's unnecessary. In most cases, you should be able to complete your subject matter within half an hour. 3040 minutes. That's it. After one hour, it's happening. The speaker is sleeping. The audience's no one's paying attention anymore. So yes, you take it easy. Well, that's awesome. You don't make things hard. But you give people Glad Tidings without you or cause hatred, no, turn them against one

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another. And the similar the last narration for today is also from Imam Muslim divinely narrated that was actually a lot more going on sort of myself Addis Ababa, I had the most heavy body under the bus you What are you doing yesterday when a task, then when also the boss about it. So send us a hobby as a representative somewhere as a delegation somewhere, he would say to them, make things easier, and people will make it hard.

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Every time you make something hard people will turn away.

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So from this particular point, is teaching method of a sort of loss of life. And what we're learning is pace yourself. Keep an eye on the student, you might be excited as a teacher, when students from you know what studied with us in the past shift, I'm going back to my community, and I'm going to start giving a weekly that's the people in the community have asked me, so I'm gonna start doing some

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for those of you who didn't get it, advanced, you talk about hey, take a break. I'm sort of online and why don't we start with you know, I've seen in the last few slides, maybe they've got Iraq, basic desert yet austere, strict, easy. The students because they're half nerves, they're like, You know what, I'm gonna do this every day for three hours. Baba, nobody's gonna come, they won't benefit from you. How about you do 20 minutes, that might be more effective. So slow down on your green and your eagerness. And think of how this is going to impact the students. This is the teaching of a sort of loss, analyzing, you're not teaching yourself, you're teaching the students.

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So when you're teaching them, you have them in mind, how are they going to benefit the last? This next part of the next chapter is very beautiful. Inshallah we'll cover in the next class, the I have forgotten for the Italian economy, so lots of them gave attention to individual students. And we took the individual into consideration when teaching when answering questions. It's a very beautiful chapter. If Allah wills give us life. We will cover this in our next class, we'll set a low, common setup