The Shamail part 11

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smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala oedema mantenido lemina where Eddie he will be here Jemaine.

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We begin by thanking and praising Allah subhana wa tada and we beseech him to shower, our beloved messenger with compliments and salutations

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and upon his family and his companions and all those who follow his tradition until the end of time, may Allah make us of those who follow the way of the messenger. We are continuing our study in our light study in our reading of the book of Shama. mohammedia, the description of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as compiled by the scholar of Hadeeth. Mmm did me. And the last time we met, which was in the beginning of November, feels like a while ago.

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We covered chapter 33, which was the chapter that discusses the Prophet sallallahu wasallam fragrance and the oils that he would apply to smell good. We talked about that as well as a few other issues and chapters preceding that.

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So to carry on where we left off the next chapter in the book is chapter number 34 Babu Keifa Khanna, kadem Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the chapter which discusses how the messenger of a loss of a longer it was seldom used to speak, how was his manner of speaking. And so we'll begin inshallah to Allah with the narrations in this chapter. And there are three narrations that tend to be the you mentioned under this chapter heading, that describe how the prophets of alarm, lm spoke, will mention the first two out of the three

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have definitely made you have definitely made me sweat and Osama to Windows eight, and is superior and Aruba and Asia pilot Mecca Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is sudo Sal de comida. What I can do, who can eat I can move we can I mean begin in fostering, that for whom Angelica la

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the first narration is on the authority of otoa, who narrates from his aunt Isha.

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And I shall de la Miranda, our mother, the wife of the Prophet a little longer I do send them says that the Messenger of Allah so the longer it was a lamb did not use to speak in the same manner that many of you are speaking she's addressing the people around her subtle duck meaning the pace and the way that you are speaking and saying words and the speed and pace. That's not how the Messenger of Allah would communicate with speak. But rather, he used to speak with a speech that was clear and paced, consistent in pace.

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Whoever was sitting with him. Yeah, follow Him and Jesse Lee, whoever was sitting with him, wouldn't be able to understand and memorize his words.

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So she says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would not speak in a fast manner the way many of you are speaking, but rather, he was careful to speak in a paste clear manner, such that whoever was sitting around the Messenger of Allah would be able to would be able to eff off would be able to memorize it. And this is an authentic narration.

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It's recorded in many of the books of Hadith. And we can learn many important things from this. First of all, we understand how the Prophet communicated, how he spoke,

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when it comes to speech, and communication, you know, that's one of the biggest blessings of Allah subhanaw taala that we have.

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And it's one of the things that makes us very unique and special, as human beings.

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That's why in the beginning of Solitary Man, which is a chapter of the Quran that many people enjoy, Allah subhanaw taala of what man love began the chapter by mentioning his name, a lot of the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful, man LML earn

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a lot of talk Hold on,

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hold on insulin, created the human being a lemma hold ban.

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After creating the human being Allah subhana wa tada says, He taught the human being began.

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And beyond is communication. It's a matter of communicating. It's a way of expressing yourself.

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And it's actually one of the greatest blessings that the human being has to be able to express yourself and communicate with those around you. And just imagine how challenging it would be if somebody if you couldn't speak with those around you and some people are tested by Allah with that condition. They cannot speak.

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It's it's very difficult for many of us, who would

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Very scary to imagine that. So this is a great blessing of Allah subhana wa tada now with great blessings come great responsibilities

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with great blessings come great responsibility. And so for lbn for communication and clarity of communication and speech and even nonverbal communication, which is a big part of communication, comes a big responsibility to make sure that you are communicating what is best in the best manner.

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communicating something that is good in a way that is positive.

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Those are two elements. Somebody could say something good, but they say very fast. You know, sometimes I have that problem too. Sometimes you speak very fast, and people get frustrated sometimes with a person who speaks too fast. It's a problem. If I speak too fast, forgive me. One time somebody came after Jumeirah and said, I don't remember anything from the hallway. You spoke too fast. So sorry.

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I apologize.

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The opposite is also can be frustrating. Imagine someone who speaks very slowly, you'll fall asleep.

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But the prophets of Allah Islam was moderate in speech

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at the kingdom will be ketamine beginning fussily. His speech was clear begin. And Firstly, it was very constant. It consistent in its pace paced speech.

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And so that is a very important aspect of how to communicate. They say there's an art to communication. They say communication is an art, not a science.

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One of my favorite programs that we had at this Masjid was in this room by one of the local imams is called the art of communication. Anybody remember that? Or was here for that program? You can look up the video and IOC

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video library. really wonderful and an important topic and important topic. So many of our conflicts happen because we're not communicating appropriately. Or we're not communicating in the way that the other person needs us to, for there to be understanding. So communication Bayan is a great gift from Allah subhanaw taala. great gifts come with great responsibility, we should treat these blessings of Allah with care, protect the near amount of communication, how so by saying that, which is good.

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Protect that blessing upon you by saying that which is good. That's why the prophets have a long way to send them said When can I you know, be law here in your market? failure?

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If you want to perfect your belief in a line the last day, say something good, or just stay quiet.

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Or just stay quiet. If I can't think of something good to say, don't say anything at all. I gotta say something. No, you don't got to say anything. either say something good or don't say anything at all.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was not someone who spoke a lot.

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Because I thought, well, Karen, you wouldn't speak a lot nonstop from morning till night. No, the prophet actually his words were quite concise. But when he spoke they were words that carried a lot of meaning.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in an amazing Hadith

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he told the companion

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more Earth

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Yeah, I believe it was the companion right. And he said to him, shall I not inform you that whenever people can be silly, Mr.

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Sharma inform you of the head of all affairs rasulillah please call Islam, the most important of all of your affairs. The most important thing in your life is Islam is your submission to your Creator. Well, I'm gonna do who have fallen. And the pillar that holds up that head that holds up that important aspect of your life is your Salah.

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If you analyze that, in the other direction, if there is no pillar, then the structure at the top will collapse. So without further our Islam will deteriorate.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Well, you know what to send me he and jihad.

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And you know, the camel has a hump. And it's a very prominent part of the camel at the top, it sticks up. The Prophet said, you know, use that as a metaphor. The prominent part of your religion is jihad is to sacrifice be willing to sacrifice and struggle for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada. Jihad comes in many different forms.

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And then he said to him, he said to him, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, to be very careful about his tongue. He actually pulled his tongue and he held it and he said,

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Be very careful about this. And more. I was surprised when I was surprised. And he said, Are we going to be held accountable for what we say? It's just words.

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It's just words. I didn't do anything. I just said something. And the Prophet sallallahu ala send them, you know, he made a statement, which is difficult to translate, but it's a statement of wonder. Oh, thank you. Let's go on. Look, he said.

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What are you talking about?

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Well, Haley akuna sarada, woo him finereader inla. hacer el cnit him, I'll come about la salatu salam, the prophet said, And is there anything other than what will cause some people to be taken to the Hellfire on their face, other than what their tongues have said,

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You became the prophesizing and became very serious meaning and I sort of I was saying, it's possible that somebody could be punished in the Hellfire for just just words.

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Everything is recorded. So communication and the words that we use and how we communicate. And what we say, is extremely important. It's a big responsibility. Some people think you just said something, no big deal.

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But Allah subhana wa tada said, you know, Punahou Hey, you know, we're we're in the law here. I mean, there are some things people say, no big deal.

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But Allah says, there are some things you take lightly, no big deal. But actually, it's very serious with Allah subhanho data. So the idea is that the believer should be careful about what they say, and how they say it. It's not only about what you say, but it's also about how you say it. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. What is this description that we're reading? Let's go back to the Hadith canon being forsling fossen. Follow him and gerasa la. This is describing how he spoke.

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Because some people may say something correct, but it's actually hurtful the way they said it.

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I didn't say anything wrong. You didn't say anything wrong, but you said it in a very wrong way.

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So they said part of the art of communication is to understand it's not always about what you say, but it's also about how you say it.

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So we see that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam spoke in a manner that was clear, and

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well paste.

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What's interesting at the end of the narration, yeah, FOMO, who men Jessa LA, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam spoke in a way, not only in a manner that could be comprehended by those around him, but also in a manner such that those around him can memorize it as well.

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And that means that his words were few in number. And also the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not speak in a way that was so complex, and difficult to understand. Sometimes people speak

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in a manner that is so loaded, that you have to keep a dictionary to understand what they're saying. Some people are just like that they have a very rich vocabulary. But the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was speaking in a manner that everyone around him could relate to and understand. Those that had a rich vocabulary would be impressed by the words of the prophet SAW Selim, and those that had a very basic vocabulary, they could understand the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So sometimes you read these books of Hadith that we have, and you're like, Man, these people memorize this. They memorized it.

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For example, in the next chapter, we'll see a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, and the person narrating this narration, heard the Prophet say that and he memorized it. Was it written? Yes, sometimes it was written, but the main method of preservation was oral transmission and preservation. So the prophets that alarmism spoke in a way that the Sahaba could memorize that.

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And of course, their memory was stronger than most people today because they had less pollutants.

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There were less things polluting,

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not carbon. And

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those pollutions two or fewer, but also societal pollutions and distractions, which fill up our brains and our hearts. The less things you're exposed to, the stronger your memory is, and that's why until today, if you go to some places in a world where people live in very remote areas, they have very strong memory.

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They have very strong memory. So one of our teachers studied in a town in Mauritania, and he said there was no more stuff in the masjid. There was no physical copy of the Quran in the masjid.

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Which may seem shocking it's like I go into my student want to read some Quran. Well, there were people reading Quran there but not from a physical Muslim. And they said, everybody here memorize Quran so we don't need a physical copy. Everyone's just reading

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From their memory. So that's a reality in many places, I had classmates that from Mali, you know, we had a text that we'd memorize, they would read it once, and then close the book and recite it. They would just read it one time, and they would memorize it. And I was like, come on, man. Like, give me a break. You gotta do this, like 200 times the, you know,

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give us a chance here, brother. But you know, somehow some people they're there, their mind is very clear. It's not full of a lot of gunk that we have, from all the years of useless TV that we watched. So yeah, although humans also have a memorized, not only were their minds clear, but also the Prophet spoke in a manner that allowed them to, to memorize. So somebody came the other day, and they said, Oh,

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this person, Abu hurayrah, there's no way he could have memorized all of these narrations in such a short time. Actually, no, it is possible.

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It is possible people memorize all of Buhari and Muslim in six months I met someone

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relax with you know, that's very ignorant statement. But so not only were they keen on memorizing, but also the Prophet facilitated that with his speech, we also learned from this the excellence of education and teaching. If you want to teach someone and you want to educate regardless of who the audience is, and don't overload with too many words, the lessons of the Prophet were brief. Maybe On that note, we will keep it tonight refund shall in following that.

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The lessons of the messenger were brief because that helps with retention. So when you want to teach your child or when you want to teach your sibling or someone else to keep that in mind that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam his messages were concise and easy to memorize. The next

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caller had Casa de Mohammed raha buco, Teva, Salma, buco Tabor and Abdullah Al muthanna. And sama mutton nsep Madigan, Pon Khanna, Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam are you reading Kenny method earthen liter butter and

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so, this narration, this is the second iteration of the chapter.

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And it is a new way to us on the authority of NSF, NSF numatic

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and it is also an authentic narration which is mentioned in many of the books of Hadith. And in this hadith the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is described as the following

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nfld Allahu anhu says that the Messenger of Allah used to repeat certain words or phrases three times.

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The Messenger of Allah would repeat a word or Kadima in Arabic, the word Kadima can sometimes refer to a word, or it can refer to a phrase can refer to a phrase that he would repeat a word or phrase three times. This was very often in his manners, not always, but sometimes in this particular narration, and it's emblematic says lead to a color and so that it would be understood, comprehended.

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But there are other narrations which describe this repetition of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, without that specific detail. And so the reason I said why did the Prophet sallallahu wasallam repeat certain things three times? They said either, so that it would be understood.

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So that it would be understood you'd repeat something so that the listener can understand it. Sometimes you hear something the first time you're like, Huh, then you hear it the second time? Yeah. Okay. The third time Okay, I got it. I got it make sense? Yes, I got that. You need to hear that repetition. Other times the Prophet sallallahu wasallam would repeat something, even though it was very clear, so that it would be memorized

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so that the listener would retain it. And if you want to memorize something, there is a magic element, there's a secret

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that I will give you that if you get this, you will be able to memorize anything.

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You guys ready?

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You sure? This is very valuable. Maybe we should cover the microphone so that people on the internet don't know our secret.

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It is

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That's that's the only way to memorize people always is how do I memorize How do I need this guy to be some special technique? There's got to be some new way. Rep. To shin. Repeat.

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Why do you have that same old song song stuck in your head?

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Because you heard it so many times. You know, whatever. There's something stuck in your memory. It's because it was repeated over and over. So the Prophet would repeat something so that it would be retained memorized. Also, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Another reason would repeat to get attention

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to get attention. So in one of the narrations, for example, we mentioned earlier, more of right well the long run and one of the narrations

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Prophet said yeah, more of?

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He said yes. Also the law. The Messenger of Allah said again, yeah, more Earth. He's there. Yes. Messenger of Allah. Yeah more. He called him three times. Okay, this must be really serious. I'm here. So now the listener is really paying attention.

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So sometimes the Prophet sallallahu wasallam would repeat things to really get the attention of the listener. So different reasons. There's a very interesting very, kind of makes me makes me laugh a little bit. There's a hadith of, or integration of Rama.

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This happened after the Prophet sallallahu Sallam passed away. Well, Rama was the halifa

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or Amara was the halifa. So another Sahabi, whose name was Abu Musa, actually, Abu Musa Dasha, he came from where anybody know,

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came from Yemen. So he came, and he went to the house of motor oil club. He was so happy but he had gone to Yemen. So he came to the house of mo hubub. And he knocked on the door.

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He said, I'm already come. I am so and so.

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I'm I didn't answer. So he knocked again. Assalamu alaikum. I am so and so. No answer. Third samridhi comm I am so and so remember, didn't answer. So he left.

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You left. So then Omar came to the door. And he opened the door. He saw him leaving, he said, Hey, come back here. Where are you going?

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What do you do? What do you knock? And then you leave? What are you doing? He got upset with him. And when we said he said, I'm only doing what the messenger have a laptop. So what do you mean? What are you talking about? He said, I you know, he said I heard the Messenger of Allah say that, when you seek permission to enter someone's home, then seek permission three times. If after the third time permission is not granted leave, don't just sit there. eventually they'll open door and take a seat will stick around. No, you seek permission three times and you leave. You don't know. It's possible. They didn't hear. But it's also possible. They don't want you around at that time. So stop

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making it awkward for people if three times get the message and I said I'm gonna go come back another time. So I was saying, I'm only practicing this and I'm doing what their messenger taught. I don't mind is like, Where did you get this from? Ramana did not know this narration of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Now, it's not that he's saying almost as a liar. Absolutely not. The Sahaba are old, trustworthy. But Roman is amazed. He lived with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam in Mecca and Medina. And he spent all of these years and he is the thing ever. So many times he interacted with a prophet. So I said, This is such a basic etiquette. How could he not know it? So he said to Abu

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Musa, he said, You need to prove to me this is a narration of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.

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Not because he's criticizing Abu Musab for being a liar. But maybe a bonus, I made a mistake. Maybe he's confusing things. Maybe he wants to be sure. So I've almost said fine. No problem. Come with me. So they went to another Sahabi Abu Saeed allegedly.

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And he said to him, can you verify this teaching of the messenger to Roma. And so I was at the hotel, he told me, You know what he felt like, calm down, you're making it. You're making it hard on this guy. What he is telling you is true. It is in fact, and Roman said I don't want to make it hard on him what I can do an attempt, but I just want to be sure of the teaching of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So many things we learned from this Hadith, really, honestly. But how is it related to our topic, that one of the ways that the Prophet would repeat three times is when seeking permission.

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So when NSF numatic says, cannot rasulillah, your eternal Kenny method often, sometimes it's so that it would be understood, so that it would be memorized, retain, to get attention of the listener, and also female prime minister then, when seeking permission to enter, there is an edit there is an etiquette. And this this Dean, this religion is perfect. It hasn't left any aspect of our life, except that it gave us a etiquette and a manner of carrying out that activity.

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So there's one more Hadith in this chapter, but it's relatively long. And I'm not going to mention it because it is very the chain of narration is very weak.

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But he didn't dependents very weak. So we're going to skip it. And it mentions some descriptions of how the Prophet sallallahu wasallam would speak. So from what we noticed from these narrations, and others, we know that the prophets have a long way to send them wouldn't talk very fast. His speech was not very fast, nor was it very slow, but it was very moderate and paced, was a good pace. Also, we know that the Messenger of Allah spoke clearly. Are you translating

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he would, he would speak clearly. So that the listener would understand what exactly the Prophet said along it was lm is saying, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would enunciate each word, he would pronounce each word fully. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would speak in a manner such that those around him would be able to memorize his words. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam would

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speak in a way where those listening would understand him correctly. He wouldn't mince his words, also the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his speech flowed. it flowed It was not choppy or inconsistent, but his speech flowed in a gentle and easy to listen manner.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also would often repeat

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would repeat many of what he said several times.

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Any questions on speaking before we move on to the next chapter?

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So the next chapter is how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would?

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Well, you gotta be careful how we translate this. In Arabic. The title is Babel magic. If you bought a key Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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the chapter that talks about how the Prophet would do logic. What is logic in Arabic mean?

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Laughing Are you sure?

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So logic is a word that can refer to one of two things.

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Barack can refer to laughing

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out loud, or it can refer to smiling.

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Now smiling. In English, you have a smile and you have a laugh. A laugh has a sound.

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So in Arabic, when you say the word like it can either mean a laugh, like Haha, laugh, or it can be a smile without any sound. There is also a word that refers to smiling to empty sound an empty Sam, or there's many other words.

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we'll mention some of them. But why am I mentioning that here? Because the laughing with the sound they call it Aha.

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And they say the Prophet sallallahu Sallam never did this.

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never laughed out loud with a noise. So they say each time the word luck is mentioned, it means a smile.

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A big smile doesn't refer to the out loud laughter. Now, is it sinful to laugh out loud?

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Is it sinful to laugh out loud?

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It could be

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it could be

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the default is that it's no it's not sinful.

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As long as the person is not, you know, mobile, too much it but it could lead someone to you know, be doing something in a manner that is that is problematic. But what they say is they say that the the height, the highest level of edit of etiquette is not to laugh out loud. Again, it's a high standard of character and of morals. Now, that doesn't mean that you should be the opposite. You should be grumpy. If somebody says I like to laugh. I'm, I'm someone that laughs easily some people, you just, you don't even need to say anything. You just look at them a funny way they start laughing. This some people don't like that. That's not that's not bad or wrong. But it's something

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we also have to be careful about. Why because the Prophet also said in a narration that too much excessive laughter can kill the heart

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can kill the heart. Meaning if a person is always laughing so much excessive laughter then what happens? They never take anything seriously.

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Don't take anything, everything's a joke.

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And that's a problem. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was happy and was joking and would smile, but also sometimes the profit would be serious. You can't be productive in life. If everything is just one big joke. There are times that required necessitate you to be serious. And so excessive laughter is something that needs to be controlled. But if a person is laughing to something that is not sinful or bad, that is not sinful, but because the Prophet indicateur that huttopia LVM because Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam exemplifies the highest possible

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standard of character, the the excellence and the perfection of his character was such that out loud laughing was not part of his nature. Even though he was very, he was always regularly seen smiling. So now that we just made that distinction helps us kind of understand. There are several headings in this chapter. I don't think we will read all of them. But there are several headings in this chapter. The first one

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and I believe Nisa, moron.

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Can Effie southdale Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Maru Miuccia Wakanda Diab shakeela tab asuma

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for going to either Nevada to LA he called a Corona inane, Raisa be a Cal

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now this narration is one that has weakness in it in the chain of narration. And

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the weakness is not great or strong such that it should not be mentioned. But this hurries on the authority of jab, jab, knee Samora among several things that he mentioned the way it's related to the chapters he said, what kind of lay out the hukou a lot of assuming that the manner of logic of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was always in the form of smiling.

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And he makes a description of the prophets little mahadeo symptoms calves and also his, the dark lining of his eyelashes, eyelid, in the next narration, which is

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which is also has some weakness,

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headers or a potato to grocery, Oberon, a Buddha here and Ruby de la hippin mahira and Abdullah bin Harris, and our model A to A had an extra tab so manual Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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In this Hadith, which also has some weakness, the narrator of Buddha here is someone who is a weak narrator. They says in this narration, I never saw the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam I never saw anyone smile more than the Prophet sallallahu wasallam you mean he was the default was that he would be in a state of smiling. The next narration which is sound, which is Hassan. On the narration of Abdullah new Hadith by Al mercan are what we call Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, illa turba Suman. So we have the same meaning affirmed in more authentic narrations. So we accept that meaning, even though the previous narrations had some weakness in their chain, but he says the

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Prophet did not do a wash I could not do his manner of laughing, was with a smile, without, you know, not in an audible manner, that he would smile. Now sometimes the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would be described as smiling. And sometimes the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would be seen smiling so much, until they would say you would see no agito until you would see his back teeth, meaning it was a broad smile. And there are a few narrations that mentioned that mentioned that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam smiled that much meaning it was really something that made him smile very much.

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Somebody said something. They said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam whenever he smiled about something related to the dunya

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his smile was normal. But when it was something that amazed him in the Hereafter, he would smile so much that his back teeth showed

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Is this correct?

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Well, if you study the Hadith of the Prophet SAW Selim, you'll find that this is not factually correct.

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This is not factually correct. And the proof of that is an authentic narration that has to do with dunia matter that made the Prophet sallallahu wasallam smile so much.

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What Hadith is that amazing Hadith. A man came into the masjid came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And he said, O Messenger of Allah, Hello, I'm destroyed.

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Man came to the Prophet. So I said him, he said, I'm destroyed. I've destroyed myself. I'm doomed.

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So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said What happened? He said, I had intercourse with my spouse with my wife during the day. And Ramadan while fasting, which is something you're supposed to abstain from that I did it.

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During the day of Ramadan, fasting, I'm doing undestroyed

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so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him,

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Well, there is a way that you can explain this. There's a way that you can explain this. So when a person does that, there is an explanation. There's something you have to do to make up for that, which is what? Well, it's three things in order.

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The first of which is you free, a slave or a servant? So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, you can expiate this by

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Someone who is indentured servitude. So the man is stuck his neck and he said you won't find any servant who is more in servitude than this one here.

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What am I gonna free? I'm like barely I'm nobody.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Okay, then you can you fast. You fast for 60 consecutive days

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is a very, very serious difficult explanation. 60 consecutive days, two months, you fast two months in a row. The man said,

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the man said to the Prophet, the whole reason I'm here is because I couldn't handle fasting. Now you want me to fast two months in a row, I'm gonna die.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Okay, then feed, feed some needy people. The man said, you won't find me and he said you won't find between these two mountainous areas, anyone more poor and in need of food than me and my family. Who do you want me to feed? So the prophets that Allah Islam was amazed with this guy. So he smiled so much until it's back to God, what am I gonna do with this guy? So the Prophet gave him food. And he said, Here, this is a gift for you take this food and feed your family. That's your expectation go.

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That's your expiation, feed your family, they are the most in need. Yeah, and the man was, you know, so it was funny how he got himself into such a conundrum. And each time their prophet tells him to do something. He's like, I can't do it, I can't do it. And so the Prophet smiled so much at his wonderous, strange situation. So the prophets have a long way to send them smile smiled, and this had nothing to do with the filler. This was a dunya matter. But if the next Hadith in the chapter is an amazing Hadith, and there are two ahaadeeth mentioned in this chapter, we'll mention even though they are separated by two narrations, but we'll mention these two together because they are related.

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And they refer to one of the times when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you have to leave. What are you in a rush? Okay.

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If you can stay stay for five minutes. If you're in a rush you can go

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these two narrations are amazing because they refer to the last person

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to leave the Hellfire and go to Paradise. We mentioned in the in the class earlier that

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when it comes to gender paradise, whoever enters it will never leave that is a promise from Allah. As for the Hellfire when Allah protect us all from the hellfire.

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Some people will enter the Hellfire for an X amount of time and then they will be removed, then they will be removed from it.

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And some believers will be punished in the Hellfire for a period of time. Allah knows how long

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so that's the agenda. people enter they never leave the Hellfire some people enter it and they will and they will leave and that's from the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala that the reward is eternal. So in this first narration, and either in Kolkata Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. boozer narrates that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said and this is an authentic hadith so here in Nila mo whether Roger in yet hudl johnetta,

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Raja Raja Mina now

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you have your rajulio mal PMF for you all everybody here so you got to be where you are and who Kibera

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Akiba for Uganda who Emil to mcheza waka, Kava wahoo amo la une Keith, well who are most frequent mean Kibera for your URL? Or to whom I can actually see it? Mm hmm. has an Angela has an all in the resume and na hoona But without further further ado, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Avantika betterton Elijah.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I know the first person to enter Paradise. And I know of the of the last person who will enter Paradise.

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The last person who will enter Paradise is a person who allegedly Amina No, is this man who will be extracted from the Hellfire This is someone who was sent to the Hellfire for an X amount of time Allahu Akbar them How long? Hundreds of years 1000s of years Allah knows what his time in the hereafter it doesn't end.

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So you will be pulled out of the Hellfire a lot protect us from ever going into Hellfire even for the tiniest of moments. Even for the slightest of moments. A lot protect us from that.

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But this is a man who will be extracted from the Hellfire and will be brought. And it will be said, Bring forth and display in front of him the smallest of the most minor of his sins and conceal from him the most major and serious of his sins.

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And so it will be presented before him. And he will be said, it'll be said to him, do you remember on such a day, you did such and such? Well who lie You don't care and this person mocha one lie on care. He admits, you can't deny the proof is in front of you. No one can deny anything on the Day of Judgment.

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He admits it.

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And then Allah subhana wa tada in his infinite mercy, how merciful is Allah?

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How generous is Allah, Allah will say, replace for each one of his poor choices and sins, a good deed.

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So the man will say,

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in any other new band, na hoona. He knows he says, Wait a minute, I've got more citizens than this. I've got some bigger ones. I don't see them here.

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And he Allah subhanaw taala forgave him and replace the sins with good deeds. And he's like, wait a minute, hold on, there's more sins.

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It's concealed. Allah didn't bring it out in front of him at that time.

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So a Buddha said, at a Buddha said, I looked at the Messenger of Allah, and he smiled so much I could see his back teeth. amazed at the generosity and the mercy of Allah and amazed at the human being.

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How the human being says things and if they are left to their own devices, they'll get themselves in a lot of trouble. Unless we're giving you any says wait, there's more since

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there is another Hadith that is very similar to this about the same guy. How do we know it's the same person that said, there is another narration that says the last person to be extracted from the Hellfire and it's very it's talking about a specific individuals the last meaning it's got to be one person. So both narrations are talking about the same person.

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So look at this Hadith,

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in this Hadith, and Abdullah he minimus Rudin and the Hadith is so here it is authentic, and Abdullah hidden investor or the Rasulullah Emirati

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origin or junonia. Amin has been

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so you parola who in Pollock region, RFI is the hub

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for your G roofer Yokoyama because the nurse will manage

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for your partner who attended Corazon and Lee Kuan taffy

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call for your Karla who termina

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attest car will be will entail Malik

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cada Fela Padilla Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mawashi kaha Tabitha Tina YG though in this hurry found the authority of Abdullah library Mr. rude. The Prophet so the longer it was in them said I know the last person who will come out of the Hellfire

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the last person the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said yeah what would you mean has that effect he will come out crawling

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can't even imagine what that punishment is. A lot protect us and save us from it.

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comes out crawling for your car. Oh no, it will be said to him. Go go into Jenna.

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So he will enter into Jenna and see that everybody is established and settled in their dwellings in general. He looks around everywhere he sees people are fully settled they've been there a long time how long 1000s of years hundreds of Mahara them How long?

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So he will come back and say Oh Allah, everybody has taken all the places to me there's no room for me Where do I go?

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There's no space for me what I don't find a place for me every place I go to somebody has their settled, comfortable.

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So Allah subhanaw taala says, Do you remember the previous time that you lived in said yes. Allah said wish for whatever you wish, whatever you want to wish for. Whatever you desire, what do you really wish for? What do you dream about? 10 men, so the man imagines and wishes and Allah subhana wa tada will say to him for in Malacca,

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Alavi terminate whatever you wished for, you will have it and 10 times 10 times whatever is in dunya

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I shall autobiography dunya whatever is in this dunya not just in our little bubble of dunya and dunia

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whatever is in it times 10 in addition to whatever you wished for it is what you will have.

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And this is the last person to enter.

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This is the person who has the last place engine.

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So, imagine the people that are in the middle of dinner.

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We can't imagine, imagine that people are Alfredo's interlaminar agenda, the highest level of gender imagine the people that are entered into gender the lady herself no accountability, straight they have judgment begins not accountable goes straight to gender.

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You can't even imagine if this is the lowest last person

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least virtuous person in general they have to spend the maximum amount of time in the Hellfire

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then we can't even imagine what is above that. And just the wonder and amazement of that and the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala the Prophet sallallahu wasallam smiled so much that his back teeth were showing

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I think we will stop there for tonight and shut lava terracotta. We noticed from this that the Prophet so long I said I'm kinda Jewish and the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was not someone who was very grumpy. You know, one of one of our teachers they said that some people are very stingy with their smile, as if their teeth are out on.

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One of our teachers he said, some people you think their teeth are out what's wrong with you?

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But he said the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would smile, and was regularly seen smiling. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that it is so easy to smile. In front of your fellow believer is an act of charity. May Allah subhana wa tada adorn and beautify us with the character of the prophets of Allah Almighty He was Salam. May Allah Allah subhana wa tada allow us to benefit from his son and his teachings and May Allah make us of those who follow the way of the messenger May Allah make us of those who are with the messenger in his company in the highest levels of Jenna and drink from his and a drink after which we will never experienced thirst? Will la ciudad de como

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la halen, if anybody has any questions, we can take them. Our next gathering together in Sharla will be the first Friday of January which isn't just two weeks. So January 4, and

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is a common law feeling. So any questions other than that one?

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You had your hand up?

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Allahu Allah, but inshallah two weeks January 4, we'll have time together. Yes.

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means that you can

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change into the status change.

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The other ones to show that they changes.

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Hello, Adam, perhaps? Hello and perhaps, but in essence, Allah subhanaw taala had showed him that he is forgiven, that he is going to you know, be forgiven. So the fact that he's still thinking about that, and it's, it's amazing, it's wonderful. I didn't I just realized I don't think we mentioned it the second Hadeeth when when Allah Subhana Allah says to the man, wish for anything you wish for, and you will have 10 times what is in dunya the man said a test called will be what intermatic Allah Are you Are you mocking me Allah and you are the king of kings. You don't need to mock me all your antenna Malik you don't need to make five little measly me. That's how shocked this person is. All

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of that is for me and Jenna me. I just came out of the hellfire. And I have that. And he's so bewildered by that. That Am I being made fun of or am I being mocked? But Allah subhanaw taala is not mocking him at all allies and Korean woman, a white man over him. The washing machine was at the mercy of Allah is worse. It is perfect and expansive.

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Any other? Yes, man.

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So what was

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the problem?

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Some Obama said that he will be the first person to be resurrected. And the gates agenda will be open for the prophets of Allah, Allah. So the gates of gender will be open for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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and Abu Bakar made that he would be allowed to enter Jenna from all of its gates. Some people may hear this idea of the last man to enter agenda and they can say yeah, that's gonna that's that's probably me. But that's not the right attitude we should aspire and seek, you know.

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Further along we should aspire and seek the bounty of Allah aim high. Abubakar seeks to be the one who all the gates of gender are open for enter from anyone you wish for. So that is you know, have lofty

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aspirations and expectations from Allah

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below Anything else? Yes.

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So in order the first is freeing a slave, if that's not possible, then fasting two months consecutive, if that's not possible, than feeding feeding for people, but you cannot forego one to the other unless you are incapable of doing it. So some people say oh just feed for people hold on a minute. You know, only a person who is not able to fast

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Yeah, the prophet gave him food. The Prophet gave him food and said do the third one feed and who is he gonna feed his family because they were the poorest people there they were the most miskeen Yeah.

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Yes, sir.

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Lawmakers amongst them.

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Many a hadith multiple Hadith

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of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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When it comes to mind is the is the is the famous hadith of Akasha.

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But that doesn't, it can't remember if that mentioned something specific.

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Let me look it up in Charlottetown. What exactly the hadith of Akasha is the famous Hadith where the Prophet said 70,000 people who don't agenda to be read if he said when when our pub 70,000 people enter agenda without any reckoning or punishment. And so Okasha said, O Messenger of Allah, make sure that I'm one of them. And so he said, intermino you're one of them. Then somebody else said Oh, me too well, messenger of Allah. And he said, so mocha caviar cachaca beat you to the to the drought

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of the messengers of eliassen. But what is exactly you mentioned? Are those Allahu Allah need to look back but there are many narrations in the Quran insalata offer.

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Allah Subhana Allah says man me lasagna home indicating our own farewell Who am I moon? A kid who don't agenda to disappoint you. Have you read it Lisa

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insalata Garfield Allah subhanaw taala says whoever does a righteous deed whether they're male or female, and they are a believer with conviction and belief in Allah, then they will have the reward of Jenna they will be gifted and blessed they're in without any reckoning.

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So it is possible that it is from Mr. Masada but are there specific leads that are mentioned there are the Hadith escaped me at this moment but let me look it up inshallah when we finish here, yes, you remember something.

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is like a long hair on

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the eye in Seurat

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in Soto is in which chapter?

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Is that solid? That's not

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in the Quran, Allah said a Sadhguru and those that have patience

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will be given their their reward meaning the reward of the outcome of the hereafter be resolved.

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Yeah, the sister is asking are there are there specific actions?

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Let me look up a collection of teeth.

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whoever wishes to depart, they can depart

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and whoever wants to stick around until we find the answer.

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You are free to

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Stick around any other questions or comments? Before we close?

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When the Prophet was angry, the opposite Yeah, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was not usually angry, he wasn't fast to get angry. And he says, I've only been ewfc thought to the Prophet never got mad for personal reasons, but he would get mad when the rights of a lower were basically not delivered. And there are few narrations only a handful It's not often where the profits are low higher cinemas described the model eligible,

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his face would become red reddish, from from English.

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So what is Zuma? Number 10

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is that

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escapes me right now. But I one of the elements is sebat consistency. Amen, amen Osada and consistency upon that until a person dies.

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That is also one of the means of attaining.

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help will.

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Be ready, ASAP.

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there is a narration here that of the people that enter agenda without

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reckoning people, Latina Leia star, woman, one actor, one people that don't seek all of the air

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from others, when they are totally your own, and they are not superstitious, where they'll be here to work alone. So reliance upon Allah. Now, that does not mean that there is how long or impermissible it does not. But it means if somebody does not ask for it, and relies solely upon Allah subhanaw taala through a vicar, and then that is a higher moral standing, that is a higher choice. And of the rewards of that perfection of telecon of reliance and trust upon Allah is entering Jenna, without, without pizza.

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Oh, there's another way.

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I just remembered that how do you think Russia 70,000 people from the aroma of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam will enter Jannah without his or without reckoning? Somebody could hear this and say 70,000 What are my chances? Can someone do the statistics?

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Yes, so somebody could say 70,000 that's what the prophet SAW sent him died. 200,000 people were Muslim.

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What are my chances 1400 years later, but actually the Prophet sallallahu wasallam says for each one of them, Allah Subhana Allah grants another 70,000 70,000 times 70,000

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will follow the law he was there. You know, the enema. They said when numbers are mentioned, do not limit the reward. And sorry, we need to go you can go f1. I asked for five minutes is gonna keep you for an hour. I just realized you're still here.

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either lacking

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the number may have significance, but the point is a person shouldn't limit to that to that number. Only 70,000 will enter gender, no federal law he was there for the law up he may sha Allah is vast. And so you know if a believer is righteous and steadfastness upon righteousness and they ask Allah, Allah Subhana Allah Allah does not like to not respond to the door of the believer. Allah loves to answer the door of the believer. So if you ask him

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For Allah, we expect and hope that Allah will answer your

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Yeah, you know what we were talking about earlier for those in the, you know, the Hereafter is the jurisdiction of Allah

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Alhamdulillah that there is no creation of Allah that sits at the door of genda and says you go in you don't go in. That's only Allah Subhana Allah has jurisdiction and hamdulillah what a blessing because Allah is the Most Merciful.

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While at model two we have a whiny, horrible anthem of heavy rock in a whiny No, no, so the prophet SAW Selim said my brethren, you know, and he referred to a generation of people that will come later

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the prophet SAW Selim said we did too. I wish I could see my my brother and so they said this will harbor like wait a minute, what about who's What does that make us? We're here

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to must have You are my companions. But my brother and that I am referring to are those that come after me. They believe in me even though they did not see me.

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May Allah make us of them. Love Adam said Almighty come to me.