07 – The Fiqh of Dhikr
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also enter just to have a few minutes of Listen, time. So tonight in the Moto globe book, we are busy with lines number 5251 of the bone, we may, in fact go beyond that. But we are speaking about wantonness wantonness, right. So on the one hand, we spoke about stinginess, and this is about greed. And the idea of the two is like two sides of a coin. And the coin is a very bad one. Because these two spiritual diseases, stinginess, not wanting to impart of what Allah had blessed you with, on the one hand, and greed, which is wanting more and more and more and more, on the other hand, leads to a very, very bad position, as far as one's called, is concerned. So the poem Imam and Mo
Ludi says, As for the disease of wantonness, its definition is excessive mirth, which according to the people of knowledge, is having excessive exuberance treated with hunger and remembrance of the after reminding yourself that Allah says he does not love the excessively joyful, which alone is a deterrent. There's a lot of fanciness for saying this very basic thing. Look at the eye in the shot. Okay, in fact, I think we can perhaps read the shot for the section. Definition and treatment the next disease is wantonness, Bata, along with excessiveness and unbridled desire to need and want more. Okay. In other terminologies, I've heard a very good description that I like to use as an
example. And that's called the hedonic treadmill. Because hedonism is essentially what we're speaking about here, hidden ism is the constant desire for more and for self fulfillment, and for
self fulfillment, I think is basically going to, to cover it, and to constantly seek out joy and pleasure for oneself. That's essentially hedonism. And the hit donec treadmill, the idea of that is, right now as we are sitting, if I were to ask you give me a list of 10 things, 10 things that if you had it right now you would be happy, you would be fine, you'd be content, you, you'd need nothing else, I'm sure we could come up with a list, right? Some things that may be sort of shared among us would be okay to have a nice home paid for, for my family,
nice vehicle scene to for my family, you know, have a steady income, you know, certain basic things, and then we may have individual needs. And once. However, the idea of the hedonic treadmill is that that list is completely imagined. It's completely imagined in that we think that having those things would suffice us. But the instant we find ourselves having all of the things in our list, we will have another list. In fact, if you were to go back in time, let's say five years ago, 10 years ago, even beyond that, 20 years ago, for some of us, we would have had lists back then. And by now most if not all of those things would have been attained. But we now have new lists, and we will always
have another list. This is this is a principle
that is found within the Quran and Sunnah and how can we take care through the game comes in
the the amassing of more, and the competing with one another to amass more has kept you busy. Hatter's often will Maccabi until you visit the graves. It will constantly keep you busy, you will always be on this pursuit, right? It's always the next thing. And it's built into our lifestyles as well. In that we go to school, we are told to work hard so that we can pass so that we can get to the next grade so that we can get good results and it goes on and on. Until matric is that where it ends, no so that you can get into a good university so that you can get a good education so that you can get the job so that you can get the raise so that you can get the house It's a never ending
And then some of us may even imagine that that cycle ends at retirement, right? Imagining that we'd actually reach that age, but even then, the human, the knifes within the human won't be satisfied which is why the prophets of Allah Allah was LMC, that if you give the son of Adam a value of gold, he would want the second value. So the idea that more stuff, and more things and even more experiences, anything this worldly. Anything this will be, will never be able to satisfy us and bring us contentment.
we can look at several different examples. That's really the purpose of this. It's a disease, it's a disease and when lift unbridled. That disease can consumers, hatters Ultimune Maccabi to visit the graves and in fact the first part of that of that is is scary in and of itself because Allah says, Allah Haku has kept you busy and higher up from the word low. Lahore, Al Hadith Allah speaks about in the Quran, Allah means has kept you busy. But Allah doesn't say from what he tells you what has kept you busy, at taka food has kept you busy from the word kathira. competing with one another, to get more to get better to get more prominent to get etc. has kept you busy. But what's not mentioned
is what it has kept you busy from. And that is implicit, because we know it keeps us busy from the things and from the one thing that really matters. And that is our relationship with Allah and our outcome in the year after.
Now, this doesn't mean that it's absolutely fine the children play in tokens of grandmothers, please don't stress about that. That doesn't mean that we should be completely
divorced from this world. We need this world. Right. And we also spoke about how having is not the issue, but the pursuit, the pursuit of this world. And the idea that that pursuit will eventually bring us contentment and peace of mind and peace of heart. That is a delusion. And so many people are deluded by that we could even be deluded by that. And Allah save us, right? The idea is to be contained with a little to be contained, in fact, with whatever we have and understand that anything else that feels missing, that feels absent, that feels a mess. It's not something that the dunya has an answer for that is the Islamic belief, right that is the core belief that we are speaking about.
So an unbridled desire to need and want more. The word Bata has several meanings the inability to be blessings, bewilderment, this lack of something undeserving of the slight and reckless extravagance. Imamo loot says that according to the people of knowledge, it is defined as excessive mirth and exuberance even says that its cure is intentionally engaging in hunger and reflecting on death. Now, this is, I think,
a very important one.
How do you how do you treat the disease is often something that we don't pay attention to.
So often, even in hood bias, right? And I try to, it's really difficult because you don't really get coaching for how to give a Juma hook back throughout whether you study for six years seven, I don't know of any seminary that actually offers coaching. So you kind of develop your skills, but I try to make myself aware of the fact that don't just identify the problem, right? We all know our problems.
constantly telling people about what they do wrong is not going to get him to do the right thing. What I tried to do is, as you know, along with identifying the problem and the seriousness of it is to offer real solutions.
practical solutions, okay. And that's another lesson that we should learn with our own style of parenting as well. And in terms of waiver, we are leaders. Don't just show your child the wrong thing. Oh, that's wrong. That's wrong. No, no, no, no, no, but offer legitimate and valid and wholesome alternatives. Right? If you're going to deprive them of one thing, give them a solid alternative. Like, for example,
we completely deprived my daughter, she's now almost four in Charlemagne to alpha. At one stage, we just said no more screens at all, because we could see where that was going, even though what she was watching was innocent. So we completely cold turkey removed the screen. But you can't just do that, if the child was accustomed to it, you need to provide wholesome alternatives. The ultimate alternatives is quite costly, because it takes a lot of your time, attention and patience. So now I have to read like 10 books at bedtime, every night.
So technically, I read like so many books a month, but none of them are like adult books, kids stuff. But be that as it may, that's, that's the idea that we are going for, always provide the the solution. Now the solution to this disease other than knowing okay, we shouldn't be greedy, we shouldn't constantly want more and more and more and better.
It's an interesting solution. And I be witness to the reality of this solution. And it was a it was a it was something that I kind of stumbled across more or less by accident. Hunger, hunger is a powerful tool that we should harness
to our best interests.
Now, yeah, we're not being we're not being cryptic about it. When he says hunger, I honestly believe he means anger, like being angry. And the reason I'm saying I stumbled across it. Look, I think everybody is aware that I went on a personal health journey a couple of years ago, that took a lot of sacrifice, restriction, on eating, and so on and so forth. So often, I experienced the new thing that before that, oddly, we experienced the amazing thing called hunger. Right? Generally, unless we are fasting, most of us don't ever get to feel hunger, the moment the instant we feel hunger, what do we do? We eat, we eat the hunger away. But the hunger has power in and of itself. And, and it's
part of why fasting is so powerful. Yes, the objective of fasting is not the hunger. But the hunger is to both into fasting that brings about the results, conquering your stomach conquering the the last of the stomach, which we call greed, or gluttony will allow you to strengthen your your neffs, really, to improve your nafs you you need to understand the strength that it takes when a delicious piece of chocolate cake is placed before you and you feel a hunger at that moment. But the chocolate cake doesn't dominate you, you still have the ability to say no, because you decided that it wasn't a healthy choice. And instead you would eat something healthier. That right Day is a superpower. I'm
not saying I have it right now.
But I've experienced it. I've experienced it right. When you when you when you're hungry, and you can still say no to the neffs that's what we learn through fasting. And that's a power that can that can eliminate greed because it teaches you it teaches you as I say treated with hunger and remembrance of the year after it teaches you that you don't have to go you don't have to give into your enough's and you don't always have to get more and the next thing and the next thing and the best thing, even if something is freely available, right? Sometimes what we do we know he gave to a buffet buffet if you want to pronounce it later on in the day, right? So we don't eat for that all
day. Because you want to go the owl and go they're hungry. You want to be able to eat your money's worth. Because it's free food in our minds, right?
That is, it's not a very good thing to do. Because along with overindulging, the obvious things and so forth. There's also the spiritual weakness that we are training our nafs that whenever it commands us, we obey.
Whenever it commands us, we obey. Now Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a habit of fasting but besides the habit
bit of fasting, even when he was not fasting, they often felt hunger. Now, although the narrations that I'm referring to right now isn't of the greatest of authenticity, it it still,
it still, as far as I recall, reliable enough for us to use for virtue purposes. The hadith comes in the AMA of Imam materia MIDI Shamala Muhammadiyah. We in the Sahaba explain how they were times when they were so hungry, that they had to tie a stone to their bellies to compress, to compress the
Vico so that they wouldn't feel the hunger as much. And then one day they showed the prophets Allah Allah Allah wa sallam almost as a mark of honor that look, this is the type of sacrifice we make for Allah's Deen. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam revealed that he had two stones die to his belly, as I said, at the center. So just ask yourself the question When last did you feel hungry and embrace it? Embrace it, like not embrace it. I like to you know, you did embrace it for a sustained period, couple hours. So what am I angry? I don't have to eat simply because I'm hungry. I don't need to eat right now. There are other things that are more important. And as a means to train
yourself against greed, to train yourself against greed. So that's what Imamo ludie saying, Yeah, treated with hunger and remembrance of the year after. So let's look at the remembrance of the author. How would remembering their after help one to control one's greed for constantly wanting more?
The person who always needs to extend their home and get a bigger TV and you know,
I hear that, yes, I don't know where that's coming from.
We need to figure out what that is.
Possibly electrical interference.
We need to we need to understand
that remembering the year after and remembering the fact that we are going to die. It's not. It's not necessarily
a morbid thought. We're morbid state. We often think that way. Thinking about death and thinking about our own mortality makes us depressed and makes us sad, and so forth. But again, it's a very powerful tool. And we have an opportunity every night to reflect on that when we go to sleep, we say Allahumma Bismillah R Muto. Asha, Allah in your name, do I die? And do I come back to life? It's a moment for us to reflect on our mortality that we will die. Because when you realize that hold on, I'm not taking my home with me to the grave. I'm not taking my car with me to the grave. I'm not taking my furniture with me to the grave. Nothing goes with me. Is it really worth?
Is it really worth stressing about fighting about indulging in the prohibited things for like Riba, etc, etc. I'm not talking about our base angels we need to live. But to go beyond that, like, it amazes me that somebody
in the in the 60s, for example,
without any obvious need to do so proceeds to extend the home, like, why are we taking right now, to each his own? It's completely halal. It is completely permissible, and you need what was there like a beta you know, or the profits or something, extend your home for you make it expensive for you. But by that time in your life, Visa, I can foresee need for them. This is completely preferential things that I'm speaking about now, right? It's not wrong. And it's not the right is this, it's your option.
But the older I get personally, the older I get, the more conscious I am of the fact that I only got so much time left. If I were to go upon the obvious like, if I were to go in the World Health Organization's statistics for when I'm supposed to die on average, then I'm awfully through.
I'm just under halfway through and I'm very conscious of that. Because
it needs to be a motivating factor in driving me in the right direction, making the right choices the right decisions, and it's always going to be up to us. So treat any form of greed that you have over overly loving this world and things materialism hedonism, treat it with hunger. So possibly fasting and remembrance of the author especially when one's own mortality and one's own death follows behind on that item. Please do read the the expression
nation with explanatory notes of this and everything else that we that we cover, because it's very beneficial. And these are things that, unfortunately, we don't pay much attention to. If somebody, if somebody feels a pain in the chest, right? I think at my age or even possibly younger, but definitely older, somebody feels a pain in the chest.
And they feel it for a couple of days. It's unusual pain.
Can you imagine that person not going to the doctor and saying I just ignored it. Some people may, some people are stubborn like that.
But for the most part, if we feel a pain and unusual pain that we can't explain, we don't know the cause of it, and we can't get rid of it. Nine times out of 10 people are going to go see a physician, there's something wrong with me, let's figure it out. Let's kill this thing, right?
But when it comes to our spiritual ailments, so many of us acknowledge our weaknesses, mostly because our wives and our husbands tell us about them. That's great. They're supposed to do that. Right? They're supposed to do that. But to just ignore them, and just to let them be. If you know, you have a character flaw,
and you know that that character flaw could potentially take you away from Allah, or could potentially cause you to fill in the hero. How can you just leave it like that it's a disease of the heart. It might not be heart disease, in the usual nomenclature of what we say heart disease is, but it's a disease of the heart nonetheless. So may Allah subhana, Allah grant us the Tofik. To recognize if we are from among those who have
too much love of this world, those are the tips given by Mahmoud, I would like to offer my own tips as well.
We don't have time to get into what minimalism is, and where it comes from, and so forth. But it's a good practical way of living in this line of not depending on things and materialistic things in this world.
So do read up about a check up about what minimalism is, and try to follow some of the principles. Some of them would be, you know, to have instead of, instead of 15 shirts, right? Give all your shirts away except to
as an example, instead of,
instead of 54 scarves that have fought for really good ones, even if they really expensive, you know,
that way, we rid ourselves of the constant need to get more, to have more to be more and Allah knows best. So let us do some introspection. And if there's anything that plagues us, as far as diseases of the heart is concerned, and now of course, he's specifically speaking about greed and materialism, then we ask that Allah grant us the defeat to rid ourselves of that. Now we move on to the vicar. How do we connect you to?
It is when we engage in the crew law, that those intentions that we just made, those intentions need to become prominent, right?
Like right now we're going to be making insha Allah right.
When we start generally, the Imam or the leader of the wicked would would give a moment for for certificate dedication. Al Fatiha Elijah Mia Moretti, Muslimeen, for example.
Why only for the, for the one reason, which is for those who had passed an exam? I'm not saying don't make dua for those red boss. And of course, what about you? What do I mean, I'm still here, I can still make a change. I don't need to depend on the device people are going to insha Allah make for me after I pass on, I can start praying for myself now. So when I engage in the Kuru law, this is one of the most essential elements of wicked, that the vicar can can activate what I need inside of myself, and can work on the on the things that I needed to work on. So if I'm a stingy person, or I'm a very materialistic person, or I suffer from anger issues, or I suffer from
jealousy issues, or any of the spiritual diseases, when I make vicar, I have to have that near in my mind and in my heart, and that way, I target that disease, with the wicked
and in that way, and RBV Karela he talked to my inner loop, that will you victory will be made soon for your heart. Whether you understand these different aspects of wicked, the one is the understanding which we do
Dealing with the other is its ability to heal and its ability to be a spiritual cure.
And no one in the history of Islam has ever claimed that it does not possess that ability. It comes from Quran it comes from so in whichever form of vicar you you prefer you like you don't like at the end of the day, they still vicar and it's still a cure. But in order for it to be activated as a cure needs to be targeted. And the intention the NIA is what targets it. So with that said, Bismillah let's go to rotable had dead
plug in the PDF. And remember we are only doing this because it is a local tradition, we know it etc. By no means am I saying this is the best and the and the way to go. And we should only do this you may belong to a vicar Jama you may belong to a Sufi tariqa etc. You may have your own preference of Victrola. The point here is make vicar and and make it as effective as possible. Part of which is the
is the regular recitation they have that's a very important part. And another part is having the correct and powerful intention that make it a means for cleansing the heart every single time you make the cruel target your arrogance target your jealousy target you love dunya ask Allah Oh Allah I went somewhere in my life I don't have any solid target that Allah make this decayed a means for me to gain that solid. And you will see Allah He just with that intention alone, your whole vibe, your whole energy will change when you sitting and making the cruel law. It's not just this thing that we do that as a nice sound. And as a community spirit, those things are there regardless, now you're
going to take it a step up. Now you're taking it to the next level, and you're actually making it a means of what it was originally intended to be. Right a cure for the heart.
So so far, we have covered
in the article Hidalgo in our I'm not going to call it the article header because it's not strictly that although we are busy with that right now, we've covered what we call the four week right, which is the Quran recitation bits. And then we started with the few lines of Africa from the Rati La ilaha illAllah
La ilaha illallah wa ala Sharika the whole moon koala will have in your favor you meet Wahoo Allah coalition and Cody. We did Muhammad Allah Al Hamdulillah La Ilaha illa Allah Allahu Allahu Akbar did Subhan Allah he will be handy Subhan Allah Allah Veeam we did Rob Benner, Finland our to Ballina in the cantata Weber Rahim. Allahumma Salli, ala sayyidina, Muhammad Allah masala alayhi wa sallam are all the weekly Mattila Mata Misha Rima Holic did we do this? If this was
then we are now at Bismillah right? So
we may have covered this time and do this one again. Bismillah in the Name of Allah, and Levy, the one who that name which rather that name which lie a guru, lie a guru Dora Dora, Dora De Rossi the prophets of Allah why they were stolen, they shouldn't be any harm no any reciprocation of harm. Lie or do nothing can harm mass me mass me with his name Shay, nothing at all. Feel our date, nothing on earth, wildlife is summer, no anything in the heavens. Well, who was Samuel Aleem and he is the all year the old Noah and many virtues are attached to this particular form of vicar.
This is why it is included in the morning and evening to is right. What when I say morning and evening do i Does everybody understand what I'm saying? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a ritual and the ritual of reciting certain occurred and certain other area do as in the morning and in the evening. So when we say morning and evening, the the most relied upon view is that that refers to off the budget and off the acid that of the budget enough to acid. So there is an entire list of prayers and supplications that one should recite at that time so that one could recite at that time. Now the list can potentially be very very long, right? But if you don't have a list at
all, like there's nothing that you're doing at time
least thought with some of the the litanies that we've done already, like three calls three times each. I too could see that the best
And if you'd like to increase your own personal litany, your own personal recitation,
I always advise for the simplicity of it the ease of use and the availability. fortress of a Muslim, national Muslim in Arabic fortress of a Muslim in English. We've spoken about this book, often at the masjid, we've made it available. Some people have bought some and donated some, but if you don't have a copy, it's a pocket size booklet. It's, it's available for free to download online. You can even get the app on your phone, whether you're using an Android device or an iPhone device, you can get it on your phone. And it's a very easily accessible thing. Now the list of morning and evening hours in that book is very short. It's about I think, 10 or 15 or something. And the entire
recitation if you do everything from start to finish, the maximum amount of time that it's going to take is about 20 minutes. If you leave out some of the longer ones you could potentially do it in five minutes, right. And another reason for going there is that they are all familiar do as in applications in there you will find out over the weekend he Mattila hitam admin shall remain holla you will find Bismillah Hilah De Lisle Rome as Misha and Philip DLF is semi well who was semula name you will find Raveena Billa Europa warble Islam Idina will be Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Nebia probably now we are pleased Billa with Allah, Robin as our Lord will be in Islam and with
Islam Dean and as our way of life while we say Edna Mohammed, sometimes they say Sayidina sometimes not. But say dinner means our Master Muhammad Sallallahu Nabee. And as our Prophet, the person who says this, do it three times in the morning three times in the evening, Allah promises to be pleased with that person on the day of Kiama every single one of these lines as a special virtue attached to it right and some of them are not included year in the rotting will hide dead but they are included in the morning and evening your eyes for example, Husky Allahu La ilaha illa who Allah hid our call to a horrible action all in the last day of Surah October to recite that seven times in the morning
seven times in the evening. So faces you for everything surprises you for everything that's not in the article had that there's a similar one, but it's not here. So it's like a it's like a platter of fruit is different types of fruit on the platter. You don't have to eat the same fruit every day. You don't have to eat all of the fruit. But eat some fruit, it's good for you. Right? Think of it, think of it like that inshallah. And then the last one that we'll do we'll read all of them up until this point
Bismillah in the name of God, while hamdulillah All praise is due to Allah while hydro and the good washer room and the evil be mushy it
is in the will of Allah. This is a bit of a difficult one for people to pronounce. Many people pronounce incorrectly came that's not an issue unless the meaning is changed, right? So we will read it Bismillah
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So it's not exactly as it's written a but it's okay because the meaning isn't changed, right? It's just a pulling you're not supposed to pull and things like that. That's fine.
The next one we spoke about how you need to reflect often on the year after right listen to listen to the words. Think about the the way we say it and look at what it means.
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just as a recitation to just say this it reminds you Yes, I believe in life after death. I believe in the in the world you're after.
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externally is easy to understand. We repent to Allah externally. It's two meanings here. The one
is that we are repenting from the sins we do with our limbs.
Whether that be the eyes, the ears, the tongue, the hands, the feet, we are repenting from that.
And externally also means, we are repenting with our entire bodies do we are, we are sitting humbly before you, we are we are praying humbly before you we are sitting perhaps with our hands raised in front of you, that we have a a humble disposition on the outside. What Boulting do meanings again, the one is really pinned to you from our internal flaws and weaknesses, we repent you from our jealousy from our anger from our materialism and so forth. And the embodiment also means we repent to you with that humility that we spoke about on the outside inside as well. So it's a very beautiful way to make them better Allah subhanaw taala just using these words
that would lead us to that means we did three for the night.
So let's read it from the beginning of Lila heilala in unison insha Allah Allah, you can follow along on the screen make sure you you try to read the words correctly, and also follow in the meeting and have the intention. Whatever spiritual weaknesses we have Rob each one of us individually and as collectively as a group. We ask that the recitation of these words now and in future be a means to eradicate our weaknesses and our flaws and our mistakes and our sins. And that would be a means for us to to cultivate prophetic habits and prophetic qualities that you that you invited into the hearts of the best of your creation that'd be Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
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at least the point of the Ashara call, we normally recite the Ashra call. Notice also how I said Ashra call Musharaka big difference, but inshallah we'll work it from the IV any questions? Have a minute left?
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Okay, Zack McLaren. We'll see everybody tomorrow night. I I suppose our program is off the Masaryk though Ayesha.
The traditional program is to recite Surah Yaseen returns and we'll we'll follow will follow accordingly. We'll probably do a little bit of a four week as well in a lecture and that's about it. Insha Allah also the dates are here they are on sale. I was still not to make any date jokes the next I'm not going to put the dates on sale. If you haven't purchased your dates yet. If you haven't paid for your dates yet like me, and please do so. Tonight inshallah Dinah. And until next week, until tomorrow night, Salaam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.
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