Hussain Kamani – The Prophet Muhammad – The Teacher Part #14

Hussain Kamani
AI: Summary © The segment discusses the loss of love and the importance of education for those who cannot afford it. The success of the idea of the Lhasa video is highlighted, along with the use of language in media and the difficulty of high school expenses. The importance of simplicity and humility in life is emphasized, along with the use of words and actions in speech to convey feelings. The segment also touches on the success of the Lhasa video, which uses street lights and a sky cast, and the success of the "slack on the face" phrase by a woman named Allama. The segment ends with a recap of the content.
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HeMan hamdulillah

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Al Hamdulillah who work of ours Ramana and anybody who lives in

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Santa Ana seeking to receive a 500 mb or

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any hilus Kia was having a bad

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day. In this text out of student marlim Chef Abdel Fattah Daramola Tala

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has a section dedicated to a discussion from Imam Alma, what are the Remo Allahu Taala on? What made Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam, this phenomenal, amazing educator.

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So at the beginning of it he said that there are four things that we need to study in a person to see

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their completion how excellent they are. Come out and healthy will come out are full of the of Allah upwardly off about

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that person's excellence in their features in their character in their statements and in their actions.

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In our previous class, we talked about the features of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi, WA, Salam gamma or

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what was it about the presence of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that made him unique as an educator and teacher.

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Today, we enter into the second part, will watch with funny family full of the heat for your cool be city facade. So there are six things that made the character of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam unique as a mentor and as an educator.

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One of the reasons why most people don't last long in this field of education.

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And in mentorship

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is because it's exhausting and tiring.

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So much hard work goes into it.

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Ask a parent

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that after years and years of hard work, you begin to ask yourself that I'm Do I even have the energy to continue this I'm ready to tap out.

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So looking at the character of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And these very unique six aspects give us an insight to where the fuel came from. For SUTA Lhasa along it was sitting to deal with the diverse human body that he interacted with everyone from all walks of life.

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When you deal with people, from your community, people from your family, people from your school of thought,

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it's still somewhat easy because there are some ground rules that you can work off of. But when you're dealing with humanity at large, that gets difficult. And the only way that you can pull through is if genuinely, your core is sound. Your heart is pure, that you are sincere as a person. Otherwise, you will get burned out before you even know it. So here he lays up six traits of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And it has led to

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the first Raja to actually he will say, to me, he was suitable ferocity.

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That Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was very intelligent.

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Raja to UCLA he was he had to one. When the visa Allahu alayhi wa sallam would plan something or if he would calculate an outcome, his assumption would generally be right.

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He had farsightedness was typical ferocity. Same thing here when Rasul allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would look at something down the line, what will the outcome of this be if we do this today, what will happen tomorrow and what will happen the day after

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the Musa Allahu alayhi wa salam would be correct.

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Because a mentor, and educator parent doesn't just plan for today, they plan for what's going to happen 10 years from now 20 years from now 30 years from now.

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So you may choose to concede in a battle knowing that the war is yours, that I'm going to have the outcome here. So it's about give and take. It's about patients today are hoping that something greater will manifest in the future.

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But I'll just have to ugly He will say to me that when we said a long while he was sort of would give thought to something well hum is that which comes to the heart when you ponder over something that should I do this or not? Some people just have good intuition. They have a good idea that this will work or this won't work. They can tell you right from the get go. This is a bad idea. You need to know this. Allah subhanho wa Taala inspires those hearts. So say hello to me. Suharto, Maya Kofi vehement Awatea the owner of a lava and welcome to a Hebrew woman Allah wasn't a bad word and either luck or shape, the scientific and something occurs in the heart You call that a wound so it'd be

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sort of long running was Salam o ham? were correct. was simple philosophy and likewise Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam had farsightedness

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well Candela Allah will fully daddy Kofi he had to run he was so it was a while not at the bat he was new to lop and who must fulfill a fee Makita he well a storage is a fee Shadi that it

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must fulfill a fee Makita tin well a storage is that fish are needed and how we know that Rasul Allah

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said Allahu alayhi wa sallam was intelligent and was far sighted. And the thoughts that occurred to his heart

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while making decisions were accurate, is that nothing past him, and he was not fooled in any situation. It wasn't as if the loss of Allah while they were selling made a decision today, and will like oops, that was supposed to actually go in the fridge.

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That's not supposed to be room temperature. When the resort Allahu Allah was sitting on make a decision, what what happened is, things would pan out accordingly.

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And sometimes things don't work out. It's not like life is linear Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam did go to life. But it wasn't the fact that was sort of lost that Allah who it was sort of miscalculated things there. Rather, it was Allah subhanahu wa taala teaching the prophets of Allah while he was still in the lesson. So if you go back to the story of thought, if and think of what Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was trying to accomplish, what he sort of loved while he was sort of saw in those people, the potential in those individuals, he was right along the way. However, the one thing for a person to accept the truth is to love and humbleness and that lacked on

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their part. As for everything else that was needed for this to be a big valid trip, it was all correct. And that's what made Madina Munawwara amazing, that will suit allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam arrived there, the people in Madina Munawwara will humble so you can offer the best drink in the world. But if the receiver has their cup upside down, it's not your fault. You can't blame the person for that. That's their fault for holding the cup the wrong way. If they hold it the right way, they can then enjoy what's being served.

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belcarra Your humble urges to feel my body reaction for yoga Ha, ha ha, ha ha enter the more elaborate

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will elaborate as

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well Oh, the husband. So in return, actually, what happened is a sort of loss of Allah who it was sent him with see the weakness at the beginning, he would see the flaw before starting anything, he will see the traps and dangers at the beginning. So the common situation that we have, specifically in the realm of parenting is parents will say, Chef, my child is not listening anymore, or what do I do that so insulting occurred in our life. So people usually come to the Imams when the glass is shattered, rather than taking initiative long before things occur. And this is what we're talking about here, that you look ahead of the game, look ahead and think what's going to happen next. It's

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kind of like a sports. For those of you who enjoy sports, you'll know that, you know, the best of the best actually plan the goal or the shot before the ball is even tripled. They've already planned it all out. They have everything in mind that you know, they've drilled it and they've given it thought because the outcome really matters then there's a lot of money on the line here in sports. So the same with parenting and teaching that there needs to be the deed and planning and you have to have that intelligence so you can see the outcome before it actually manifests. So when you arrive there you are caught off guard.

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Okay, I'll first read to Tanya the second trait Sebata who fish shudder at Walmart Logan was somebody who added that Sir You were right you were Womack, Reuben Reuben one of you who is delightful actually Sakina don't lie Hooroo fishery that in what is clean only imagine what called Lucky water the lottery and the market I mean, perish my you she wouldn't Allah see where you're good to see us? Or who Amara will who amount of Barfield Sabita Sabra in the study with the truth about animal struggling. So he says the second trait is so the first one what was it again?

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Intelligence and farsightedness. The second thing Sebata who Fisher that may be sort of long it was sort of didn't waver when things got tough.

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When the marriage gets tough, people say I'm out I'm bailing. When the business starts getting a little rough, and you know, the bills start coming in, and now you have to balance your sheets out and make sure that everyone's getting paid and you're still profitable. There are those who crumble in this and I'm done here. I can't do this anymore. When things get tough. They bail. So bad to who Amato. So Omata Lubin means he's seems he's making a reference here. That during the hijra, while the Quraysh were seeking Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and they were an attempt to take his life. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam still didn't waver. This was a

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sign of his sincerity. And one can argue the greatest sign if isn't Ebola. The fact that maybe some lung while he was sort of never wavered, because that option wasn't on the table since he was under the

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A man of

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someone who's not under what he could make a decision on their own and just decide, Okay, we're done here or we're done. But for Rasulullah sallallahu, ala he was sitting until the hokum from Allah subhanho wa Taala didn't come, he remained firm and stayed on course. Therefore the automa one thing they point out, they say the greatest sign of sincerity

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is is steadfastness.

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It's the greatest sign of it, that when you are told to do something, or when you have a game plan in front of you, you stick it out. You keep going, you keep doing it again and again. And again.

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sabbatical Fisher, who will work will not Ruben was somebody who added that site with the ROI.

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So no matter what the situation was, whether it was an ease or difficult, whether there was war, or peace, whatever it was, and he said a lot who it was Saddam was composed, he didn't lose it. Think of it this way. The visa Allahu alayhi wa sallam was not one who penned.

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He wouldn't panic. And for a teacher, for a student.

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For a child, it's important for them to see that composure in their superior in their senior

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because if you lose your composure, they will as well.

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So no matter how thick things got, you guys are all familiar with the situation of the Battle of her name.

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Because when the Muslims entered into the battle of her name, they were quite convinced that victory would be theirs with ease. But Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us in the Quran, that's not what happened. The first part of the battle, the Muslims took, unfortunately, quite a beating. So people begin to retreat. So while everyone was panicking and moving backwards, they see at the front Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is charging forward and he's saying, and then maybe you kind of know, optimal

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charging forward of confidence and pride that I'm not wanting to cover, we're going to push forward. Similarly, the famous of the WIA where we said in December Scott, that the Sahaba one time heard a loud sound outside Madina Munawwara

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maybe something like an earthquake or some thunder or some sort of eruption so they gathered together to go and examine it maybe took time to get get people together as they were going out they sought a suit Allah Allahu Allah was sort of returning

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let me say aloha to Saddam had already gone there and checked everything and then he why actually says that they the the horse that he was writing, but also the law said a lot Islam said in which he said these words that we found this horse like ocean many of us flowing this horse was great. He praised this hobby for his horse that he had borrowed in one nourish and actually says that in that moment, maybe sort of law it is some road that animal without a without a saddle on it. It was something that had to be done. He needs to go check immediately, obviously saddling the horses the correct thing, the more safer thing, that seatbelt scenario, but he needed to go right away to see

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what was that noise. So let me set alarm. It was set on when on that horse, and he checked it.

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So like this, we have many examples of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam being patient, no matter how difficult things got.

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Think of the early days of maca Mikado, when it seemed as if the story of Islam was going to end before it even started.

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I can't imagine what the Muslims must have been thinking the night

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after somebody out of the alarm on how was martyred

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that one of ours died for this. Do we really want to do this? Is this going to happen? Is this even worth it? I mean, think of the night for the Sahaba that night. What were they thinking?

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That this was a big loss and then not too long later yesterday, the loved one was martyred.

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And then Ahmad is continuously tortured.

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And the Sahaba Are you know saying to the sort of loss of allies and whatnot, whatnot, but now so it all of this in the recent alum audio system doesn't waver or change one hokum

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rather than passing by the family of Yasser as they're being tortured. He said sobre la Asad in the Morita, coma Jana, the patient you're about to paradise. Don't shy away from difficulty.

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That's not what we are. That's not who we are. We remain firm strong committed to Allah subhanho wa Taala regardless of what happens, and it was our composure Rasul allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that gave the Sahaba confidence. This is not learn to be courageous in the battlefield. This is how they learn to manage a walk around with your loved one and entire Ummah because they saw the confidence and peace of realizing that no matter how many times I'm gonna have to go and backstab them in Madina, Munawwara Rasul Allah, Allah Allah

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It was never broke his composure, always calm,

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careful, thoughtful.

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Now in a photo fishery that didn't realize the quinoa or the mutton, what got lucky what got lucky at the market, I mean, perish now you she wouldn't have asked you what you would say us. Meaning when the visa Allahu alayhi wa sallam encountered from the operation was such that if a cannon of that size was shot at a at a at a Ford, the Ford would come breaking down.

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They were throwing that episode of loss at a lot.

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That's what they were launching.

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Yet firmstrong.

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Even though bear in mind, maybe some Allamani was Saddam was in no position of superiority. It's not like he had some big army behind him. One may say that politically, he was in a place of weakness, yet the strongest political players of the time all folded in front of him

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because of his tobacco. So tomorrow, you're struggling with something in your own life, your own health, you're struggling with the student, you're struggling with a subject you're studying, you're struggling with your own child, don't lose your composure. Because when your child sees that you're rattled, they'll lose trust or you don't trust your name. They need to see strength and they need to see a cool

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customer, the third,

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the third trade,

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Zulu fifth dunya way or otherwise.

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They saw that we're sort of lost that along while he was sitting didn't have some

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ulterior motive that he was trying to get something out of this. That was sort of loss of Allah who it was Saddam was doing all this teaching, and he was educating these people. So one day he could become a king, or so he can live in a bungalow or so he can have X, Y and Z luxury.

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Not to be clear being paid for services and not a bad thing and Islam. But bear in mind that when you choose to live a life of simplicity, and not bank of your teaching, the students who see it find a lesson in it. Because when education becomes a pure business, you must understand that those who can't afford this business will fall between the cracks and they will be lost.

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That's what education unfortunately in the very liberal progressive West has become.

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It's become exactly a big business. So those who can't afford it, those who can't afford to pay those taxes, they miss out on the opportunity of being educated on par with those who have access to those resources. So let me send a loved one a one sentence policy was zoom to fit in Yeah, well rather one and then a visa Allahu alayhi wa sallam would not overly engaged with worldly pleasures. Makana had to be balanced a minha so in the midst of a long while he was sitting would be content with whatever little that he did have

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follow me I mean Elon minority, while I'm yell who be Halawa? Maybe saw some did not inclined towards the beauty of the world. Neither was he distracted by its sweetness. Woke up Mala Mala come in up on hijas radar.

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And along with this zombie satellite, it's like parallel to how how simple he was his his rule went from the corner of the hijas all the way into the corner of Iraq.

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Right. So you're talking about 1000s And a lot of them 1000s and 1000s of square miles that were all under his rule. Even then, maybe Soleimani was Saddam did not lose his simplicity. I mean, Ansel Yemen, Elijah hold on man until the coast was had a nasty FEMA. Johanna, we were out of the home. And I used to fight the way.

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And therefore you see, when they be sort of long, while they will sit and passed away, he says, Let me you have Danan Well, I learned that when the visa law holiday was said and left this dunya he didn't leave wealth behind, because that's not what he had gathered while he was alive. Well, then, and and neither did the visa law who it was sort of leave a debt behind. Sometimes the person lives beyond their means that wasn't the case. Yes, it's true. Rasulullah salAllahu alayhi wa sallam borrowed money from people.

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This is in itself a manifestation. It's a testimony of his simplicity that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would live

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and the expenses of his home were off so little that they would need to borrow money sometimes just to provide wheat for the household members.

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So, but Rasul Allah said a lot of sudden before he passed away, as we learned from that EY ad that he emphasized to his family members that while he is alive, all debts should be clear.

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He repeatedly said this why Shangri La mana that clear my debts, clear my debts, I don't want to leave the dunya with any debt. Let me handle it for me in Walla, walla habarana, Harnois, shaky the person. Similarly Rasulullah saw Salam had no private river that passed by his home. He could have had that done. kings and rulers of the world do that for their luxury. Well, that show you the person now that in the midst of the long running was build out some palace that he would live in. You go to the Middle East today, and you find people that are struggling to live through a single day. And I mentioned the Middle East example because many of those countries are run by Muslim

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governments. Right. So you would hope that there are some Islamic ethics that pour into the management, but the situation is such that people are struggling to pay their bills, while New palaces are being built.

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There's a new palace. I was once in Jeddah and when cabdriver pointed out that that palaces on the water

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didn't if I didn't

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like how wasteful are human beings and how lost Are we that this deflects now instead of building palaces on land, we decided to start building them on

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on water that half of this palace is under the water half of its above the water that's what makes it unique.

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And I wouldn't wind up with it

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while I'm you were with one of the WHO Numata and Walmart and BSD Forman and Rob But if it didn't come as sort of an upsell

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so let me say hello it was seven did not leave wealth behind for his family, so they can continue the same legacy that he had a legacy of sacrifice and simplicity for your coolala Miss Holly episode if you have a

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human California we had to hit harder had each database haba who Allah Allah you Tehama batalla Bihar mahalo life in the

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way of agile water soluble, agile bill, Missouri NASA, what are the emulation cutter Lazar means like something little to no that

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is to be in a very muddy, simple state. So what he's saying here is that so the reality is that someone who lives their life by this standard of simplicity,

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until the point that his companions were also inclined to him and this style of life, they understood the value and they saw what simplicity brought to humanity and what it did for people. A person of this standard should would never be accused, now you to him a bit taller, he will not be accused of being worldly and greedy.

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Because his actions spoke louder than any accusation can ever be made.

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We have to give out a lot of dialogue. And so that someone can claim that he lied in Revelation.

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Just so he can have more dunya he made things up so he can acquire more Well, none of these things would ever stand because his they say let's listen and Holly

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AFSA mainly Simon Mahan simply put actions speak louder than words. Right. Actions speak louder than words.

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What syllable agile bill may suit in kneser?

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What are the abbreviations? So that's the third thing. So what was the first one again?

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Intelligence number two.

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What was the second one?

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forbearance and patience. So the first one was intelligence and forbearance? No, no sir intelligence and farsightedness. Number two was his forbearance in times of difficulty and number three, no ulterior motives. No ulterior motive simplicity. That sort of sort of loss of license simple person. I was hostile to Robbie, the fourth.

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The lawgiver, who will in nasty well,

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maybe sort Allahu alayhi wa sallam was a humble person. So the previous one has simplicity. This one, he was humble. He didn't carry himself in an arrogant way. As a teacher, you may choose to do that. But you're just constantly flexing, I'm this intelligent. I read this and I do that and I do this and I do that too much flexing isn't good. Being humble is important that I won't come to your home unless there is biryani there.

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So other than that, that you are humble in front of people. When they visit alone, while they were sitting was invited to someone's home he went he would sit on the ground he would eat what was presented. There was no posh or extravagant elegance that accompanied who he was.

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The other one

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even though in reality, the companions were his followers. So if anyone would want to establish dominance or a little bit of flexing, you would do it to those were your followers right? But no, I sort of lost that love on a will set him was how that he was present. He was available to them.

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Well, hello Janaki hayleigh, whom were who Mortarion

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even though he would lower himself and humbleness even though he was the one that was to be followed, he wasn't on top they were. They were the ones that are following he was the one that was followed, yet he was humble in front of them. So as a parent, you can either choose to flex her as a teacher or you can just humble yourself and understand that you can get what you want through different paths. Don't always search for the shortest one look for the most effective one.

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The more effective one usually is longer. It takes more time, more conversations, less shouting, less screaming,

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but you get greater results when they're

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shouting, screaming quick results.

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Right with a standard stiffen for however,

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that obedience is a result of fear. And they will phase out of that

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your dominance will do an

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EMC Phyllis work yesterday, so I'll drop the MTG Rubeus hobby he will Julissa he may be sort of lawless animals, one of the people, you found him in the markets. You don't find the leaders of the world walking around in Walmart.

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Just the thought of a king walking in Walmart makes some of us laugh. Like imagine that. Imagine Warren Buffet at McDonald's, which he does go to by the way, weirdly enough. Maybe that's a little too low there.

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He's a McDonald's, Gary. Yeah, he, he's always professed his love for McDonald's. But anyway, so you know, usually you don't expect that though. That's like a normal, it's not a normal thing. You don't expect someone that, you know, have high status and rank to be just where the peasants are, with no sort of loss of a lot isn't that wasn't the case, in reality, that was a part of his humbleness and a lesson out of that, that says we haven't shifted as well, that he but when he said Allahu alayhi wa sallam was in the market, this is an interesting, he was in the market where people were, he would go there for shopping and interacting and so on that other people would go, but he didn't

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become one of them in the market. What I mean by that is people in the market were generally very rough, harsh language, very loud, shouting and taking oaths that were not that were not substantiated, and they will use foul language. So to suit Allah, Allah who it was, so no matter where he was, he maintained his dignity, he stuck was there with him. His they could was there with him. Therefore we have that new idea and Timothy, were sort of lost that Allah who it was that him says that when a person goes to the market and reads the following dua, Allah will give them 1000 1000 1000 1006 zeros. That's a million right there. What is it La La ilaha illa? Who will

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actually color will Monaco Hungary where you meet? Well, who are you in LA your mood via the inside? Well, who are other publishing

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a beautiful dua to read specifically, if you're doing some online shopping, right? Get some get some reward. You're in the you're in the markets, why not benefit from it?

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So you haven't shifted as well yesterday, so it's not as if Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would only sit if a throne was placed. Or if there was a fancy cushion or some you know, elegant chair, inshallah you guys decided to rob sort of Lassa virus that I'm gonna take a seat on the soil.

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You know, when the moment presented itself, we all know, in most of the nebulae, there was no carpet there.

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They would do search on the on the foil.

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Therefore, the hobby Astro messenger of Allah when I do such that sometimes the sharp stones poke me in my forehead, so can I move them? You guys know that narration? Can I move the stones? So let me sort of learn why they will sit them said move them once but not twice. Therefore the jurists deduce from here, that simple and basic, calm movements in saw will not invalidate the prayer. Excessive movements will invalidate the prayer what we call Sufi and Jedi sort of stuff, you know.

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I'm a cathedral colleague.

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So from here as well, we learn the simplicity of the sort of Lhasa lattice for person were to walk inside the house of the Prophet of Allah and just take a look at the furniture.

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There are people that have actually created mock ups based off of the narrations of what the house the Prophet said Allah was able to actually look like in terms of furniture, bedding, dimensions and so on. Have you guys ever seen it? It's beautiful. I was once in Madina Munawwara and they had actually a built out model in the museum. And when I saw it, when I go I miss Austen, and I saw tears came up

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because I'm not kidding you.

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You know, I felt like my garage is more elegant,

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elegant stuff the right word. I feel like my garage is more luxurious.

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That was 100% more elegant.

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That simplicity was more elegant. But I felt like there was more luxury in my garage. We have more luxury in our toilets in our closets. But there was such simplicity. If you search online, you might see an image of this. What the house of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam look like

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William does he do his hobby he will Asahi. So when they visit Allah and he was Saddam was with them. He was mixed into them. They were all together. It's not like he walked on one side of the road and they walked on the other side or he was sitting on a platform while they were carrying him he was emphysematous happy with the two sides mixed into them. But for the mayor to elaborate on the higher e fissara.

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buitelaar Glory mama isn't a bitterly Moto azizan So the only way you know who are Sula, Salah in cinemas he mixed into people in such beauty the way you would know him was that his humility was more than the others.

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Be eternity he he and his modesty, facade of the terroir during Roma ism. So what made him unique, wasn't a ring or a crown. It was his humility that made him unique.

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A bit of a lowly Metasys. And it was that humbleness that gave him honor.

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And lowering yourself

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well after the Da Li Babu Arabi further I mean anybody for color who have been Alec in an Emirati in Ghana, Khurana buddy that we met Qatar. So once a better one came to visit Rasulullah sallallahu sallam. And when he saw in the piece of law, it was sort of he was struck by all

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that moment he was caught off guard of the greatness of them. He said a lot. My name is Cena we talked about the wrong earlier in our previous class.

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So when we sort of saw him, if I may see star struck,

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got on the hook after that, like, what did he say?

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Relax, okay, take it easy.

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Coffee with Alec, take it easy on yourself. Second, calm down.

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And then to make it easier for him. Because this guy is looking at the nebbia of Allah. I mean, his reaction was very appropriate.

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Very appropriate. I mean, imagine you're standing in front of the greatest of all mankind, the most beloved to Allah. I mean, the average human being would follow them conscious. Their needs with buckling, they fall on their face. The greatness of the person they were standing in front of.

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Soon to be said, Allahu alayhi wa sallam jumps in to rescue him from himself.

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That guy is going to hold on himself so he's maybe someone comes into rescue. So he says suffered Alec,

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in an

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Emirati in Canada couldn't party that

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I am the son of a lady who would eat dried meat in Macomb, Oklahoma.

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You're the son of a lady I'm the son of a lady. We're both children of women. Right? Now one thing Allama castellanii Allahu Allah points out here. Is that maybe salatu salam says In fact he says in the manner in Brighton sorry

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NASA NASA who either well I'm you're an absolute Rajan

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Allah masala La La in his mobile happened a denier? He points out here, that in the midst of the law, while they were sitting specifically said I am the son of my mother or of a lady and not that of a man even though they're both truthful statements. Why is it that sort of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam emphasize this enough that

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the other than fishing that it of other what the skin is wrong. He said this to help that guy calm down even more. Because, you know, in our dogs, they would invoke their father's names to

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to establish superiority.

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So let me sort of La hottie was sort of didn't go that route because his family was a prestigious family. It was from a place so sort of lost that a lot of some avoided that rather than returning said I'm the son of a simple lady. Right. And I'm gonna Emirati. Some scholars also say the reason why he said his mother is because he only lived under his mother his father had passed away. So he witnessed his mother's simplicity and her humbleness and therefore, the rest of the statement, that clear idea that maca.

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buddied refers to

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dried meat like jerky

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This is something that generally poor people eat.

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And the reason is because they don't have access to fresh meat around the clock. So when they slaughter an animal, they dry the meat salted up, spice it and then they slowly eat it over the year or whenever it is necessary. These days, beef jerky is a it's a snack.

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You pick it up and eat it. I went to Detroit this last weekend and I was at a gas station they had Halal beef jerky at the gas station. Detroit is in its own world man.

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You're in the old world had a column everything there

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there was a fridge the guy had a small fridge with ready to go mini car cup hook us.

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I had never seen this before.

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It was literally like you know those big, big gulp cups you get you seen those big 711 cups was one of those and he basically jimmied the whole thing and made a whole contraption out of it. And it was seeing the you know what I'm talking about? Halima

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I'm not gonna say anything else. hundra your voice did not get caught.

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She's you got family in Detroit, right? No, you did. Okay.

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When I saw that, I thought to myself, What is going on here?

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Right. It was a fascinating, nonetheless. Okay, we're so he says I'm an Emirati in Canada. Takuro Medina, Lima katha. So Allama castellanii Rahmatullah Yanni. And he says that in, in Marathi and Myskina in my world, I can forgive at the heart one therefore, as I said, I sort of lost a lot of sense I'm saying, My mother used to eat inferior food. So why are you afraid of me?

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We're all the same.

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Now of the humbles, sort of,

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well, how many Shafi have floppy curry mushy me for here for 02 foot eerily what you will learn to be Albia lamb tender for to add on, to what the beautiful so he says the character to be sort Allahu alayhi wa sallam was abundantly present in his life, and he was almost built on this fabric.

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It's not as if he said lamb tender. It's not as if intended is another. It's not as if maybe sort of long Wally was Saddam's character was rare, sometimes, but it wasn't rare that he had moments of good character * so a person can start counting them that oh, let me sort of Lourdes and smiled five times. Or he was generous three times. Like some of some friends may say, you know, tell us about this person's generosity. And they'll say yeah, he bought me pizza ones.

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Not the first one. So he says lengthen the photog Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam generosity could not be encountered because you couldn't count it why? It could be encountered, you couldn't count it. Why is that? Because it wasn't rare. It was abundant when the officer had

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so with that, he closes off this beautiful fourth characteristic here. We'll end our classroom inshallah. The fifth and sixth point are a little longer. So we'll continue them in our next session. We pray that Allah subhanaw taala granted Sophia, and to embody the amazing character with the loss of a loved one instead of that he blesses us with his farsightedness that he blesses us with firmness that Allah subhanaw taala blesses us with simplicity, that he blesses us with humbleness. So that when we interact with people, they are also inspired by our presence. Well, some long

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