Ibrahim Nuhu – Riyadh us Saliheen 19-9-2023

Ibrahim Nuhu
AI: Summary © The upcoming book discusses the benefits of missing prayer and the importance of valuing prayer, as well as the success of Islam's teachings. The speakers stress the need to be aware of one's past experiences and training oneself to avoid distractions and avoid wasting time. The importance of praying and not just praying at home is emphasized, along with the need for people to see and not just pray at home.
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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim

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salatu salam ala Rahmatullah La Nina V in our Habib

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Allahu Allahu Allah. He was talking he was selling Muhammad Ali young family from in Shadi ravine. Alfa Romeo comes into harbor own and more ethically.

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TISA Tasha, Michelle September. And finally with Tara, Sharon, whilst you know their Santa Fe have

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Barak reality sad Hain as Allah subhanho wa Taala anybody can you know a few minutes? One you ever feel alone has a lot work for a little while if you gotta get up early. So today I believe we are supposed to be dealing with a new chapter chapter which is

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is the verbal biannual Calamy.

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That will allow the link to Salafi.

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Bible and while while accessibility niche after that we'll be dealing with a wealth. Love is

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admonition reminding others about what Allah subhanaw taala says.

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Sending that which benefits to others, advising others to do the right thing. So basically, this is while you are advising others to do the right thing, whether you do it in public, or you do it in secret, or you go and talk to the people individually. In whatever form you're doing it as long as you are advising people to do the right thing. This is what is called L worth

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while it's inside a V and also be moderating the wealth been moderating in the world. Yeah, because human beings it is part of our nature to get bored of something that is repeated many times.

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Something that is repeated many times. That's why Quran is amazing.

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Different tastes, different approach. Because Quran the more you repeat it the more you enjoy

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reading it and the more you enjoy wanting to hear it from others.

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Yeah, that's why I was shocked when he says what type of dad who he has dad if he he teacher, moolah

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repeating the Quran, many times it is making the Quran more beautiful in the heart of the audience and the reader also us as well.

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Other than that, you just have to do this work. I mean this that which is narrated to us from the companions that are sort of lines that Allahu La Silla Macaulay to Hawala whom will know it.

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If you have it everyday, people will get bored, you must have a break.

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To keep them interested in Nietzsche knew once again.

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They have it today they have it tomorrow, Yes, tomorrow, the same thing you know. And that's why sometimes

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people when they come to the masjid, the first thing they do on Friday is to look for the for the wall, so that they can leave because they know they're going to sleep.

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Why is that because the whole team is going to give them the same thing that has been

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I mean, recited maybe 2030 years ago.

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The same thing in some places, it is the culture, you just have to read the same thing which may be great, great grandparent to happen. Every Friday when you come is the same thing you're going to this

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and sometimes also we address people in different language the way they don't understand.

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I went to a place this place Islam is new in that place. There was some sad minorities, very minority.

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And those who speaks Arabic language, they are very, very few.

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But they insist that the hotspot completely has to be done in that.

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So what kind of benefits people are going to be generating from that? Nothing.

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And throughout the week, you don't have people come into your classes if you do have classes.

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But then Friday is the only time that Allah subhanaw taala is bringing everyone to you.

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Everyone comes on Friday, you know so even those who then pray sometimes they have they come from Friday to pray. So that's a very unique opportunity. Allah subhanaw taala has given the country

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so that he can address the heart of the people to make sure that he keep them. There Iman intact

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you Allah Allah says to the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam o colon, colon, the length of those who are the companions are why they will massage, regular attendance, Masjid goers in comparison with the prophets, Allah al salam. If you want to see that best example of going to the masjid and not missing the prayer, read about the companions of the prophet and Allah Allah himself. The live Masood says

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witness a moment. Originally you had Boehner Raju lane, a person will be carried by two brothers to man

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to bring him to the masjid in order you know, he cannot even raise up his his feet. It will be making line with the feet you know that kind of thing right? helping a person holding his hand but he cannot raise up his leg. So the legs will be dragging on the earth. Why? Because he doesn't want to pray at home is sick but he will be begging people please I want the mustard, mustard mustard.

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These are the companions of the prophets. Allah said

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they don't want to miss a single prayer in the masjid And subhanAllah those best generation that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam appraised he also like that the mentioned about saving the save,

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you know to have I think 20 years or 25 years. The man said he never listened to the oven for a single prayer for the period of 20 something years when he was out of the Masjid.

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20 is continuously the other hand is always meeting him in the masjid.

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20 years continuously we're not talking about missing the prayer in the oven he doesn't miss is in the masjid when they are bankruptcy.

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You Allah, that's why they succeed. And we fail. Because our job is more important than coming closer to Allah subhanaw taala in our prayers, it can miss the prayer you can miss the prayer they can miss the prayer as long as we have something that we call important knowing that the most important thing is that which Allah subhanaw taala created you for whatever you're doing, you can sacrifice those five minutes 10 minutes to score pretty. Come back to the to your thing and continue finish. You got the sight of Allah subhanaw taala and he will put baraka and whatever you do it

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you know they mention that is for those of you who speak Arabic I don't know whether this book is translated into English language

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written by Sheikh Abdullah Abdul Razak, but the son of Sheikh

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Abdullah was one of the great scholars in this time of ours.

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He wrote a simple book about Alvin salah, tell him salah, respecting the play in the prayer, very interesting book small but small law you will see a lot of things that will motivate you even like Zillow to be

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most key when it comes to praying in the massage and and having for sure and valuing the prayer.

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You mentioned some of the righteous scholars, the meta, whatever they are doing, if they're more of them start making that than they put it down. One of them they saw Him He raised up is to cut woods and sell them. You know, so he raised up the axe.

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He's going to hit and then when he says Allah, it put it down.

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He just hit and then

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he says no. Is this last time? Keep it aside. He will, you might find it so so silly. Also, you know,

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insignificant, wala hate is very significant. Because if a person does this with Allah subhanaw taala when the bigger things comes, you will see him being more serious.

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It seems so simple. But you have to train yourself. Understand that Allah subhanaw taala created you for wisdom and for an objective and that objective must be fulfilled by you before you go back to him.

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So you must train yourself that these few amounts of times that Allah subhanaw taala took from you you know they're very few. You must train yourself that these are the most valuable time you have in this dunya

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you Allah they're the most valuable time you have in this dunya

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trust me My brother says is the most valuable time you have in the dunya is when you're with Allah subhanaw taala I'll get luck. There is no time whatsoever.

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that you are so valuable than this time.

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And therefore, you should understand that whatever you do it, you should say to yourself the priority is with and by that when the time arrives, And subhanAllah Arambula Lemina knowing that the nature of human beings you know, it will not take from you a lot.

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Otherwise most of us will not do.

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Allah do not take a lot. How long do you spend when you pray? Prayer? Five minutes, 10 minutes?

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Maximum it's seven to 10 minutes. And these are the best ones.

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Otherwise, in some places we are talking about less than five minutes there they were done.

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Allah did not take a lot.

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So, why can't you be consistent in the way the presets the predecessors world? So back to the topic, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam, although the Companions they are regular attendance to the masjid and wherever as soon as Allah Allah cinema is they try to go and catch up whatever they can get from him, but still Rasul Allah is that Allah Allah Who cinema doesn't give them continuous Maori though.

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Yeah, so if this is the attitudes of Muhammad Sallallahu sallam,

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we should take this and apply it with our people more. Because they are more distracted. How many people have the time? No, they have they have the time. But how many people have the courage

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in order to sit down and listen to a lecture that extended to 30 minutes?

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You know, nowadays, people, people don't have time to listen to lectures and beneficial things, when they exceeded to three minutes.

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Yeah, and this way, you can see the kind of life we're living in nowadays. Everyone is busy, busy with what

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it does the question that we have to ask ourselves busy with life.

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And you cannot sacrifice in one hour in your life on a weekly basis, to listen to something that is beneficial to your life. Everything has to be just two, three minutes, and then you will listen. If it goes to more than that you don't have time for that.

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And add to that things also have to be funny for you to listen. If a person is not saying something that is funny, you have no interest.

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And Muslim should know that when it comes to religious matters. We're not talking about jokes here. There is no joke in religious matters. Because allah sallallahu sallam, he will see this whenever he talks about those religious matters.

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But to have public dunya lectures, make jokes and let people laugh is okay. When it comes to religious matters, if you have too much jokes in it, trust me, people will end up getting your jokes, but not getting any benefit from your lecture.

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They will always remember the jokes you're making, and they'll come to you because of those jokes.

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Because the lecture is so funny, you're gonna mention something that will make them live, laugh, they are getting relief. Because of that, not because of the lessons they derive from the lectures.

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We have to be very careful, we don't have time to waste in this life.

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When you tell yourself you don't have time, for Allah, he be honest. Is it really true that you don't have time? I believe 100% is not

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you have time for Allah.

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But we want to give that time for Allah subhanaw taala because the compensation in this dunya is not being seen by us.

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But we do have time. And actually the time is supposed to be dedicated to Allah first, before the dunya

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but Allah is the most merciful, He knows our nature. So he did not ask you to give all of the time.

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He asked you to give a little, very little out of 24 hours in that under daily basis, Allah do not take more than what more than 30 minutes actually. One calculate the time you spend when you pray. Then less than 30 minutes.

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The rest Allah just ask you just be honest, yourself, be kind to everyone to this in the right way does it?

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To make sure that you enjoy life.

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You Allah to make sure that you enjoy life. Because if you don't follow the system, you're going to pay the price in in the future. So what I'm trying to say is, we should look at the attitude of our people nowadays, you know, and they do this message of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam don't make your lectures continuous continuous means every single day you have an air

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every single hour you bring people back, they will get bored.

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They will, they will get bored. And this is against their wisdom. Allah subhanaw taala says Oduro LSVT Big Bill Hickey material more but it has

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Allah subhanaw taala asked the Prophet salallahu Alaihe salam to invite people to the path of Allah subhanho wa Taala Bill hikma with wisdom.

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Well, Marie, that it has an

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Al hikma is the Wisdom. Wisdom means, well, the Rashi theme had his side, putting things in their proper place.

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Putting things in their proper places. This is wisdom. Wisdom means to put everything in its proper place.

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Whenever you hear hikma, this is what it means.

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That's why Allah subhanaw taala if you're looking for wisdom, that which is with the last mount is the reused.

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Whatever Allah subhanaw taala does is full of wisdom.

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And there is an objective behind it. Everything. Whether we know it with anoint doesn't matter but Allah doesn't play.

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Because to do something without having any wisdom behind it. This is plain.

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And Allah doesn't do this. That's why according to the Akita of Allah Cineworld Jana, contrary to the mortiser, Allah, that Allah whatever he does, there is a wisdom behind it.

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There's a wisdom behind it. They don't agree with this.

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And Alison, I told them this is plain Allah never did anything without wisdom. We might not know it, but it is there. We might not know it, but it is. It is there. So Allah says Oduro Illa Sabine, Lyra bakeable Hekmati? Well, Marie that hill has it invites people to Allah subhanho wa Taala using what wisdom

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the methodology in Tao should be based on wisdom

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in my dear brothers, sisters will lie this is necessary. You should be very smart when you invite people.

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There is always a way to convey the truth.

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I always mentioned this, but unfortunately, our Shabaab sometimes they are so enthusiastic.

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You know, let them let me just saying I don't care, you know, they like it. They don't like it. I don't care, you know.

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That is a story that I always caught. But that is no harm if we repeat it again, one of our scholars of Hadith, he died recently, Allah subhanaw taala and your hammer who he was saying that he was teaching in a classroom and one of the young boys in the classroom he said, Chef, but

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these old people in the society when we tell them to do something, you know, he threw away they said, we know how to do it even before your grandfather is born it

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is it that was that was shaped our Salah chef means an old man I was telling him to do. Paula Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam, he is me.

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So she said

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I asked the class whose right?

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Is it? Of course our friend is right because he says color so let's Allah Allah Salam.

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And then the Sheikh said to me, he is wrong, is it how come? He's wrong? He's saying our Salah and his long he said, No, I'm not talking about colors hula

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I'm talking about the method he is approaching that person with condoms. Hula is always how

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you know there are people who will reject you if you save collars hula, but oxy mobila. That person. If he hears you saying that there is a Hadith that is the you know those people sometimes they don't even agree that there is the Hadith. They believe that whatsoever it is said that Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam has said it should be correct. They don't care about whether it is authentic or not authentic, and they will never agree with you to say that this is weak.

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But then you will begin to ask, but how come I told him yesterday color Rasulullah he rejected he was the one who was telling me that everything that is said to be said by Rasulullah sallallahu machine be true, but now how come he is rejecting this? And the first question is I should question my method first. Only when I convey it in a nice way and he rejected it then I will start to blame him as you start to blame my method first. How did I fail in convincing him that this is the Sunnah of Rasulullah Selassie

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I like the question the shakers. He said, Let me ask you something he was asking the boy. It said if you want to marry the daughter of this, this old man that she is you always say

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how do you approach

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it said I will be very

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voting, his friend who has supported him, they said cut them, basically, his lion's share is like he will never be, he would never go himself, he will choose from the family members, the smartest one to go, because he's afraid of making it in the wrong way and then lose the girl.

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And then shakes it off. When it comes to your dunya you know how to look for it. Or when it comes to the dean, you don't care. You just go and throw it anyhow, whether they accept they don't accept He don't care.

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He will lie. This is who we are. He hasn't a second funny example. He says if you apply in a university,

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you know, like this example, he said, if you're applying in a university,

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and you have to go through the rector, you have to apply through the rector of that university. And it's happened that director of that university is Kathy.

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This is not Muslim, non Muslim University. Right, you're applying right? They told you is part of our condition is that you have to write an application letter addressing director.

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What do you say in the first part of the lecture? The letter Dear,

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do you say dear calpheon

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I would like to join a university although your comfort but it's okay. You know,

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do you do that now you don't? You said Dear sir,

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and you respect and you do everything possible to make sure that you accepted.

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So why when it comes to your dunya we always know how to look for it. For when it comes to the ACA within Cal. Allah, He will have to hear Allah Smarty now, Adela, because you have so many people in our communities, wherever you go. Oxy mobila. The vast majority of the things you think they are so simple, and ABC in Islam, they don't know. And they are just looking for somebody who has simple heart that is approachable, that can approach them with wisdom, they will listen.

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Not the person that will want blame and fight No, understand that these people if they don't do the correct thing, they might be going to *.

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By getting them back to the truck, you are saving them. So you should be no more patient than them.

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Yeah, they might reject you, they might think that you come to say this and that you know, just be patient. He will Allah choose your word correctly. And approach people my experience in Dawa, you know, led me to conclude that most of the people have good,

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they haven't good, they just need somebody who is patient. They just need somebody who is patient, and somebody who knows how to talk. And somebody who understand how to address and when, to how to address matters and when to approach people that are inappropriate moments that when you go 99% You will be rejected. What is the wisdom

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in this matter? Don't go at this moment, wait.

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There are some moments when you talk, you will not be hurt. And there are moments which had the best time for you to talk and people will listen and they will understand.

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But unfortunately, we don't utilize this properly. So Allah says Oduro Elisabetha replicable. Hekmati? Well, no reality has mentioned that Imam Muhammad and yeah had been my Allah Allah is a famous story that were told by our scholars of Hadith said Imam Muhammad haven't made one day they realize that there is an old man there who doesn't know how to pray. You know, life is just the same, you know, people, people, they just have different features, but the same mentality from the past 1000 years ago, the same thing, if you read history properly, a telecoil, you read enough, so the same mentality is repeated.

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So they also don't know how to approach it because they are afraid of talking to him, he will tell them, I know how to pray more than your grandfather had been praying for ages. This is what has been repeated, you know, I know how to pray before your mother or your father is born, you know.

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So they decided to teach him but in their own way, what did they do? Told themselves we got him he might not accept. So let us just let us just pretend that we don't know how to pray and we have in a heavy argument and go to him for for solution.

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So they go to the mama told the man he says, Uncle, please help us here because I'm telling my friend that he doesn't know how to how to make room and he's telling me I don't know how to make.

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And I don't agree with his he doesn't agree with me. So Alhamdulillah we saw you then we said Oh, Uncle uncle is that let's go to him. He knows how to make a little better than us. Probably you know, he can guide us

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The man most likely started to have doubts so he told one of them maybe could do let's see.

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A Muhammad made with a prophecy according to the Sunnah.

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And then he told

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me, it said you also make, he also made it perfectly according to the Sunnah. Subhan Allah, they mentioned that that old man said to them immediately right after seeing them, he smiled. It says both of you are better than me, they can all do.

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So how they send him the message, you know, in a very simple way, what do you need from people to see them being guided? What do you need from them to see them following suit? Eliza Eliza? Sometimes you go to the people, okay, people don't want to see. They want to hear anything from Abdurrahman. Sorry. Yeah, I go to them. But I know what he's saying is the absolute truth.

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What is the wisdom? I go and tell them call up the ramen. Before I finish the statement, maybe two thirds of them left the majority.

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What do I do? I will take the statement I will keep them aside. I will tell you a Brahma we meet after afterward inshallah I will apologize but your name will not be in there. I will just tell them the statement and keep right.

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Allah here I believe if all of us will take this man Hajj, train yourself always try to get something from Rasul Allah just see cholera. So as long as you know that the prophets Allah sama said it as to digital rasool Allah you don't need to mention any other scholars in between. Why do you need to put somebody in between if you show that Rasulullah sallallahu was the one who said it? And the community most of them the vast majority if not all of them, they will accept it if they know that Rasul Allah is Allah assume is the one who said it.

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But if I come to you, and then I tell you, Imam Malik is wrong.

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Because of a surah Allah He said Allahu Allahu Selma said this and that

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I might be truthful and correct in my statement that that statement of Imam Malik is wrong because it contradicts this hadith of the Prophet Salah Salem. But you know, the audience, the moment I mentioned, Imam Malik, they will start having issues with me. Why do you need to put him in the picture at the first place? Actually, the statement to Rasulullah Salah some and that's it, people will take it and apply it and the case close.

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So Hala, we like to collide with people and that's what creates problems. So wisdom is necessary in in the Dawa. May Allah subhanaw taala grant us good until feed and be with us wherever we are. Inshallah I will continue to interpret this ayah in the next class, Allah subhanaw taala grant is good and to thicken the Zuni and Africa in the hoobie College Amin cathedra Subhana Allah Mohammed Allah

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Thank you for clarifying

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what is going on

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Lock loss

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any question

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here's a question from a brother, Santa Monica. Last week you we answer the question regarding crying while praying. It's a sunnah to cry while reading the surah. But what if we can't understand? Because we don't know Arabic? If we cry because we're thinking of the hour just because we're sad in general, and we are seeking help, is it Stillson?

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Amanda Rahim salatu salam ala Rahmatullah al Amin and OB in our Habib in Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa salam Muhammad.

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Somebody is asking about crying.

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During the prayer, it's okay to cry.

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Prophet salallahu alayhi salam I cried when he was spraying at night reading the scene of Allah subhanaw taala into the room for him no matter

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what interfere longer in the candelas is key.

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He read this ayah he's taught this idea and he cried a lot.

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Crying when reciting the Quran in general also is the Sunnah of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam because of the lessons in the effort. So that should be the basis of the crime when somebody cries, I shouldn't be raising, understanding or the feeling of meeting Allah subhanaw taala underneath judgment, there has to be something not just forcing himself to cry when he doesn't have no Why is he crying?

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It doesn't make that much of sense. It's better for him to focus on what he is reading rather than spending time crime and he doesn't know what is the source of crime. Why is he crying?

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I get it but he is crying because of the feeling that he has got while he is praying about his Morpeth Mala huzzah Giuliana piano, that will be okay he is in my hands. Even if he doesn't know the meaning of what he what he is reading. Hola, gracias. Good.

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Nisha, from Brother, Somali commission regarding the Sabbioni there was always present in the masjid before the time. Is this better than praying sooner head home?

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No, I'm just addressing the matter of

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come into the masjid on time, not missing its ability.

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The sooner it when it comes to the sooner praise is to pray them at home. The lodge about to pray them in in the masjid. But both are okay. Islamically. If a person knows that, if he prays at home, he's going to lose the first line. It's better for him to come to the masjid and pray in the masjid sooner and get the first line rather than praying at home and losing the first line and technology because he delayed coming to the masjid

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to get it but still pray him at home. In general, the Sunnah prayers is better than praying them in the in the muscle. Unless if you don't have you will not have a chance to get the first line. Then I will advise the person to come to the masjid and pray in in the masjid. The Sunnah prayers as well and get the first line shall

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have the law may Allah grants you good and Tofik the dunya and Africa in the hood ecology meeting caffeine Subhanak Allah holy holy cash Ebola in West Africa to the lake Assalamu alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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