Hadeeth – Episode 14

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Humana Yani

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masala perfect sense, Mashallah.

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And Abby Harada Taraji Allahu Allahu anhu called Kala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, min Hosni Islam in Mount Turku mela Jani ro tirmidhi. Ohio, Hakka. And this hadith is hazard for what is this hadith mean? The profile is sort of slam was said that he said, from the excellence the merits and goodness of a person's Islam is that they leave off that which doesn't benefit them. They leave off that which doesn't concern them rather, from the goodness the excellence the merits of a person Islam is that they leave off that which doesn't concern them. In other words, they leave off other people's business. They don't meddle into other people's issues. They don't concern themselves with

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other people's business. In other words, they're not sticky beaks. They're not busybodies. That's what the Hadith is telling you. Now, in terms of the general meaning, terms of the grading, many of them actually great this hadith has week, week. Among them present they are like a chef abdulazeez of philosophy, shape of what's happened Hawaii and others. These are more had the tone of our time. There are multiple narrations of this Hadith, various narrations of this hadith in different versions. And Willow alum. It seems that this is the case it is weak, however, it's corrected, meaning the meaning is correct. And this shows you the justice of the lemma. This shows you the

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justice of our Deen, we don't just accept words from the profiles. We don't just accept words that are attributed to the profile so to say them because they sound nice, but rather This is a religion that's built on a soul on COVID on principles of truth and justice therefore, we don't just accept anything Mashallah it sounds awesome. Very nice words mean Hosni Islam in Turku melayani. However, it shows you know that this is a Deen it's built on collide on principles or sued. Therefore, we need to verify and thus the verification process of masala Hadith. So Long Island you find many of them at greater distance hasn't while others greater than

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life now, even if it is life, falls under which topic

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for the man for the man, virtuous meritorious deeds? And what's the ruling on using? What's the ruling on using a hadith that awaken for Loyola man?

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Sorry.

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What's the ruling?

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It's allowed with conditions acento it's allowed with conditions. What are the conditions? Number one? You mentioned? It's week number two. extremely good. It's not extremely weak. Number three.

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Good it has in other words,

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has the basis in Islam? If it contradicts then it falls under shadows or I learned was to look at other issues. Now. That's an interesting point. So it depends on it depends. has to have a basis in the deen meaning it can contradict something which goes against the basis of the dean. And

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one more we said for

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in football I remember talking about what's the fourth condition and using a week had it in for Loyola, man. You have to know which week you have to know to get good so you know it's weak the weaknesses mentioned as advantage and it's not extremely weak and has to have a basis and then so that's that when you're allowed to use I had it which is weak in further alignment. That is it. You're not allowed to use as the brother reminded us you're not allowed to use a hadith which is weak in our pleader according to consensus, or according to the most correct opinion, this is the majority opinion and all the while in the correct opinion. So you know how to use bakerhostetler but

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for the allemaal and terracotta hip, which is encouraging deeds, that's okay. That's okay.

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So that's in terms of the grading. We're done with that one hamdulillah.

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What's the connection between Islam Eman and character? The Prophet Allah so to sum segment, Hosni Islam in mob from the excellence the person, the goodness of a person's Islam, first and foremost, this shows you that Islam has mahasin as a minority, I mean said it has merits has levels. Not all Muslims are on the same level, some are higher than others. So even within Islam itself, there are various levels and merits etc. Just like a letter, just like a letter. That's number one. But the profile is too slim. What did he say? When Hosni Islam in Turku melayani from a person Islam is that they have good character they don't meddle with people's affairs, that which is private and personal

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etc. So he linked Islam with Allah. He linked is Islam.

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He linked Islam with character and he found this another narrations Abu huraira Rolando asked the profile is what Islam? Are you Muslim in Africa? Who is the best Muslim masala?

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would you expect him to say the one who prays all night? On the first every second day? What was the answer?

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Sorry

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was it sola was

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on the rocks? What? I can't remember the believers

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the one on the miaa page Oh give me the Hadith

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that's the man that's the man on top this is another Hadith is on Islam who is the best Muslim? Not the most accurate meaning a manner

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by good Mashallah

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Very good. Very good men Salim and Muslim mon melissani v. The best Muslim is the one who the other Muslims are safe from the safe from that person's tongue and their hands their fists? In other words, notice he put tongue first Why?

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But why did he put a border punching on? There's not bad? That's bad. But what do you put the tongue first?

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Correct. I said number one words later punch ups through it and just all of a sudden gap and punch someone in the face for no reason. They must have said something they must have done something right. It's a cause for the punching on number two.

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Sorry.

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Yeah, it can cause you find most of the time. The problems within our communities this message and that message gent this person is a motherly and trying to kick him out of the mess was it from

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on Friday or Monday? It's from his word, sir. It's from Word. The tongue, you find most of the time, issues between masajid and groups of others. It's between the two problems or between our from the tongue from punching on. That's rare. It does happen. But it's rare. That's number two. Number three, the effects of the tongue are far greater. A person might punch you that black guy will go after a week or two. But words will stay with you for life. anyone's teased you. You never forget what they said when they sit at where they said it and how they said it exactly. Remember everything. That's a third reason. fourth reason is that your tongue can reach places and people

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that your fists can never reach.

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You can start talking about people from he literally talking, you can start talking about people from overseas and you haven't even left the country. You can have you can harm people, right here. You can harm people overseas right here in Sydney. So so those are the four reasons among many reasons why the profile is far too slow. I mentioned the tongue first. What did we say number one.

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What did we say?

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Good tongue leads to punching on

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it leads to fights. Number two,

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tongue is more harmful, more hurtful.

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Good, far reaching.

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And

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most of the problems that we have in communities is due to talk hacky rumor, etc. The latest rumor I got kicked out of a mustard ministry. I got kicked out. If you want to hear things about you that you don't even know become a day

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as a chef, I wanted to

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become a dentist you and stuff about you You don't even know become a day.

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Yeah, that's the latest rumor.

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But the rumor I had an argument with it.

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He stuff you see RJ bro?

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Just don't worry. Don't worry, come and verify. So you know, some brothers spread it on WhatsApp, whatever. If you didn't know about it good. We didn't go that far. People knew it's rubbish.

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You know what's funny, that machine I never even go to,

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to get kicked out of some way you got to attend first.

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Far more reaching. And we said most of the problems

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are caused by the tongue.

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You can give that as a five minute reminder when they have to solder boom, right there. The benefits of why the profile is so to Islam, mentioned the tongue before the fists then you can even come up with your own as long as they don't contribute the meaning.

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See Tao effective Tao is not just narrating

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it's extracting benefits. That's where the that's where the effective realize anyone can sit and read. So anyone can say that. What do you learn from that and what he learned from it. That's why if you look at the other map that I just teach

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Just to say that I don't recite, they teach you, they teach you the wisdoms and the benefits you can extract from the body.

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And we can just come in and say brothers don't male with other people's affairs hold off next head. It's true. It's not just about that, but there's more to as you can see, so the profile is so too slim. He linked Islam with characters that misterton Hosni Islam and not taco melayani. He's actually issues with character. And the profile is sort of linked into character, where he said the famous Hadith acmella would mean in a manner as one of the most perfect men in regards to the man is the one who has the best character. So once again, the best Islam and the best Eman is not just memorizing our candle Islam memorizing our candle Eman and the Adela and smashing everyone. But

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rather it's showing the best of luck. That's the best Muslim and that's the best moment hammock Allah.

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The how many people when you asked when they associate a man and a leader, they think of character. Usually you say, Amen enough, either first thing that comes to people's mind rubia

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Olivia,

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a smile Siva.

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COVID otaku?

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You know that was coming, usually. And that's correct. Tech feed and email. That's all part of our data. However, how many times do people think of when they think of email enough either luck, or the Prophet LinkedIn solo? Love it. So we're done with that with hamdulillah examples now.

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The profile is slow to slumps, it, Turku melayani living off that which doesn't concern him.

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He didn't say that which doesn't concern him in dunya. He didn't say that which doesn't concern him. Indeed. He didn't say that which doesn't concern him from other people's marriage life or work affairs. He kept it general what is that called in Arabic When it's general?

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Nikita acid and natural as opposed to Metallica, Metallica is specified. From out of Mali for from alpha, you know, it's specified. The okay know what I'm talking about. But what it's not mentioned is called nakoula.

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What does knuckey law mean?

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What does it indicate?

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Yeah, it's unknown. In other words, it's it's not known as specified. So it's unspecified. It's unrestricted. So generally meaning. In other words, leave that which doesn't benefit you. Or sorry, leave that which doesn't concern you. in all matters, whether it's Dean,

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people asking questions that are of no concern to them, in fact, won't even benefit them. What's the ruling on using water that has been heated up by the sun? Matt? Was Seamus was the ruling osakan ministerium so soon Habibi. Is it gonna happen? When it happens and aftershave? You get? What's the ruling on drinking water from the ocean? Are you ever going to drink salt water? Then ask when he gets to that level? Then ask? Once a man asked a brother ask the chef, Mr. Mohammed Abdullah, was the ruling. If you see if you're in the desert, and you got no food, and you see a pig on the back of it on that pig is a can a be? Can you slow to the pig ADA and then drink the candidate?

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is never gonna happen.

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Ask if you tell you, if you ever get to speak to him that is ask you. That's got no benefit. So even in the lever off, you're wasting your time. Have you read the Atlas book too soon a man? What type of n was it? Was it a bullet? Was it a carpenter? Or was it a fire? Who cares? It was an ad. What was his name? Searching for years on end? They found that after five years of research, what type of ad was another five years of research run to find out the name? What was the name of the mother of use of force? Who name? Is that going to get you into gender? Of course not. If it's not mentioned, Allah doesn't want you. That's not really that beneficial. It's not it's not needed for your

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guidance. If it's not mentioned, it's not needed for your guidance. So it's to do with them. Also dunya

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and dunya course is of many types.

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So it could be

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people's married life.

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For example, person got married on a person's not married. Man is still not married. How many years has it been searching? Have you wanted to? Maybe they're looking maybe they're heartbroken. Maybe who knows leave it or they are married? You still don't have kids yet? Man. It's been 10 years. He didn't have kids. People ask these questions. Will you be surprised?

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A lot. Maybe they've been trying maybe his his he can't. Maybe she can't. Maybe there's a problem with her ovaries you don't know. So this is to do with all matters a lot.

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And it's also to do with

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People's worldly fear such as maybe work, work or brothers always coming late to work and not even the boss asking him because that can concern him the boss has a right to ask, but it's just another workmate man we're always late bro every day every day you're late Why why why you live around the corner five minutes I'll leave half an hour when I'm still on time bro maybe he's got a problem at home maybe he's got family issues we don't know. So we have to be sensitive to other people's affairs even when it comes to this is more to do with Dean worship

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Africa for happened some brothers that want to be super

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super dynamic day

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when it's time for Fisher yellow brothers Allahu Akbar is the other it's gonna pray one brother wants to go have a shower he's got his towel is going to have a brother that that couldn't you hear? Are you okay for now? Come pray happy we may be here woke up in a state of

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Geneva Geneva we don't know labor he called him You have to show no worries brother I'll give you the benefit of the doubt. Or the sisters he wants to be super safe in front of the sisters at the MSA It's time for Salah Come on sisters Come on. Let's pray Yella once you getting up you fathima once you getting up maybe she has

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cycles. That's right. Her monthly is well that happens. Sometimes you know even in just you know joking matters. You know you got a personal joke.

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You and your brother, you and your friend and you're laughing and giggling another guy comes on what's going on?

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Doesn't happen it happens a lot happens. Once I was on my phone

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and my brother was sitting next to me and what he does he looks over what are you doing there?

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I'm looking up at et cetera with you.

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What are you doing? What's going on? ally What if I messaging my wife something private? So

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if something happens

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so this has to do with all matters even regard to the hereafter? shabam that's more to do with Dean as well. Hereafter

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Allah mentions his honey engender what type of honey is Monica honey? leatherwood What color is it? Does it go off? No, it doesn't go off but don't worry. It's nice honey. You like it? So even to do with hereafter or

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you know, someone Dr. Cooper what level of jahannam is going in at the lowest level six

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cut in APA Daffy on the way he ended up wondering what's happening to him now. Paul Walker did he die is in Toronto as a Muslim or gafford so much so that Michelle if they made videos about it and it's in America they put it online about Paul Walker if he's a Muslim owner

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know Paul Walker Fast and Furious. He died in a horrific car accident in the irony because he was racing you know cars and stuff like that these movies already. They made videos about it Habibi, apparently he don't go for so apparently he's a gafford apparently we bury him among the Godfather and apparently we're not proud of him.

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If he accepted this them at home in the closet human a lot. That's different. They don't wanna come out of the closet. Yeah, that's different. Allah Allah, Allah will judge him on that. But he apparently Hello slavery. Why is that a concern because a celebrity and his death was saddening, people might go online is Paul Walker. In general not you'll see videos from Latin America.

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Why? Why that doesn't concern you. Is a login asking the dev Jasmine hasn't this blog? Should I put him in Hellfire?

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Well, Allah can ask you. Sometimes brothers they overdo this issue of tech fear. We have to fit in our DNA. It's part of our DNA. It's part of it also at the same time, we don't overdo it. Sometimes the brothers are asking for no real benefit. When I came back from Egypt, a brother calf to me is Melissa, Catherine. What do you want to know? I just want another ruling. Why are you going to eat from the meat is loaded? No. Are you gonna marry your daughter at Mercy? No. Are you gonna pray behind him? No. Then why asking? So yes, the creepiest part of our Deen we make the cure of Bashar mimetic fear of Gaddafi these two hot cc Yes, it's needed because we have to warn the people and

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what they're doing is click up cover. But if it's not clear why people are so adamant, doesn't concern you on the Day of Judgment allows you to decide I can ask you should I put this guy in Hellfire or gentlemen can ask us that a lot is gonna do it. He's not going to put us in as Judge jury and executioner and normal to me.

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So when it's needed, we do it. We're balanced. That's understandable. Gemma we are balanced. We make it when it's needed. At the same time when it's not needed, we avoid it.

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So as you can see

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If a person doesn't leave off that which doesn't concern them that could be going into issues like this of the dean that are blameworthy. So as we know, questions either praiseworthy or blameworthy, we've already taken that in the earlier Hadith.

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So leave off Delta matters. And this is connected to how do you feel that may revoke lm Allah, you revoke, which we took last week?

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Those are some examples. Let's look at some scholarly quotes of this hadith itself.

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What did the LMS say if you go to your notes, on the first page, it says, beautiful quote, by about Mohammed Abdullah Abizaid, he was the Imam of the Maliki and his time.

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He said he would like to read what he said, some nice words

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for

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the following four Hadith That said, the main concept for good manners and behavior now miani these four Hadith are the core of all good characters. In other words, if you had to summarize a lot in our religion, it's based on these four

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these four Hadith are the principles of good character and whatever

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is mentioned above. Second one, which is this hadith. So all good character stems from for Hadith number one, this hadith when Hosni Islamic Matata whom Allah Yani second and then him who believes in Allah and the Last Day It is a good Okay. Now, the Hadeeth McCann you may know Bella here

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for local hero, only a smart

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man said to the Lord, he was seldom councilmen counsel me, he said do not become angry the man repeated his request several times. And he said do not become angry now. Third, howdy flattops. Don't get angry that

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none of you truly believes until he wishes for his brother, what he wishes for him. So now that it is next week in sha Allah, Allah you know how to come had, you have barely he may you have bought NFC. So all good character stems from these four panels. So once again, if you have to give us more than one day after Salawat a bit the MSA, you say this beautiful quote by Abu Mohammed if not Abizaid who was the Imam of the Melaka in his time words that are should be written in gold. That's a very nice quote. Some others that are not in your notes now. Some other scholarly quotes This is from aniseed, nomadic

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and nomadic rajputana know who is he?

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Who is aniseed nomadic? Yeah, one of the Sahaba and in particular, he was hard him also Lila, who was Ghana hajima rasulillah. He was this slave or servant.

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Sir, slave is up. We Iberdrola? Yes slave is full time he was a servant of the profile is Islam the Prophet later servant? No, who would serve himself it was them. But it was a gift that was given to him by his mother which was named who is named Omar Suleiman Elmo him and I sit nomadic narrate this Hadith, which is in a tirmidhi

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one of the Sahaba died. So one of the men at the time, one of the Sahabi he said, overshadow who builder now give him the collateral that guy's got Ladies and gentlemen, the profile is sort of slam said, No, you don't you can't say this. You don't know. Perhaps he spoke about something which didn't concern him.

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In other words, that could be a barrier between you and Jenna Mara, to delve into other people's private matters personal affairs to be a sticky break in other words, is it Don't say that perhaps he spoke about issues that didn't concern him like well, this is a hadith which is in a Timothy and I'm a shareholder Bernie Rahim Allah classified as so here in his book as Silsila of Sahaja

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Silla Zaha Hadid number 3103

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that was a hadith

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in a telemovie and was classified by lol Bernie as authentic in his book, A Silsila Zaha Hadid number 3103

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not generation a man passed by Luqman Ali Salaam Lockman alayhis. Salaam what was he a prophet or righteous leave?

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Mashallah very good. There's a difference of opinion However, most correct Look, man can abdon saleha look man can abdon sorry, honey was a righteous slave wasn't a prophet. He was so hon Allah named a suitor after him. And when allow us to make a big deal out of something he names a suit after. The point is look man was extremely honorable and noble and righteous. One day a man passes him and he's shocked. He gives us that you look man. Yes, it's me. He said, didn't used to be slave of so and so. And I've such and such tribe and do have this job as a carpenter. He said yes. He said How did you get to this house?

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higher level than rank. He said three ways. Three things. Number one, I spoke the truth. You want higher rank? So you do. Number one, speak the truth.

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If we compromise the truth by the brothers, how would ever be known?

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If you don't stand up for truth, what are you gonna stand up for? vaulted?

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nockamixon hyperbola. If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything. You got to stand up for the truth. He said, I speak the truth. Number two, remaining silent for long periods of time.

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silence that said, You should listen more and speak less because you've been given two ears and one mouth. So you should listen twice, twice as much as speaking.

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The problem with those with closed minds is that the mouth is always open.

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For that's the problem. And perhaps a meaningful silence is better than meaningless words. That's no better. Of those people. They're talking talking, please help me but Oh, man.

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Please, I wish this guy will stop talking, talking. talking rubbish. So it's better to have a meaningful silence and meaningless words. He said the second way was silence. Number three, leaving that which

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doesn't concern me this Howdy.

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That's Look, man. And listen. That's how we achieved our high rank. The man was shocked.

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And imagine after many years, a person who you knew at high school was to mark he was looked down on and considered the dweeb right? Later on, you see him as a big shave high Lama or the Emir of the Muslims. How did you get there? That's basically what he's saying. Everyone's sitting around him. He's giving a hell of speaking. And he's talking about the deen because that's how I achieved it.

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And more, allegedly, this was a man from the cellar. He said, there's one thing I've been seeking and asking a lawful for many years, and I've still haven't found it. A law still hasn't granted it to me. What is it?

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To leave off that which doesn't concern me. So I've been trying to seek a fees. I've been asking a lot for years, but I still can't attain it. Because humans are curious by nature. So that's how we are, we have a tendency to want to know what's always going on. Sometimes people are talking, you know, they're talking about me. That's how we as humans, we're curious, but leave it off. Leave it off. And you'll save yourself a lot of headache.

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last quote about the self regarding this Hadith, Al Hassan al basri said Rahim Allah He was one of

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a type a very good. He said, one of the signs that Allah has turned away from you want to know has a lot turned away from you neglected you is that you become involved in issues that don't concern you. That's one of the signs that last turned away from you, that you always want to be involved in other people's personal affairs. Look with the affolter classic example. Women's weekly. And what else? Well, they call this the trashy magazines, Women's Day, women, women, women, without us Women's Day, women's weekly.

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And as well as as well. And he said, Oh Melissa, so

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I mentioned the women specifically, because I have that tendency as well along with Stein, but that one of those magazines of balut based on it's about delving into people's private affairs. We caught a celebrity without makeup put through because while they sleep with her, they shower with it, not to take her off sometime, drew the celebrities wearing casual clothing. It's Panama. Although some people they get their kicks out of this stuff. They get their kicks. A shift they say I'm wearing jeans during jeans and put all over Facebook. I could leave him

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Did I think he was a bay 24 seven either in the barbecue in the park or had worked in a pants and shirt shoe? So yeah, I don't want to fall

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asleep in it and I shower in it.

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And even when I came down to soccer, play soccer Yeah. I run

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because of human

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resource symptoms.

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So those are some school liquids. summary of the deen by the brothers all mentioned two things that will summarize the deen for you, as our alumni have said it of course, two principles that summarize your whole Dean. What are they

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Number one

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DHEA DHEA asmat Murat

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DHEA molot Jani I and two ad D. Murat. you fulfill the instructions.

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you fulfill the instructions of the Quran and Sunnah.

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This is a summary of our Deen.

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Number two, it's the NAB admin he had to leave that which was prohibited to avoid

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that which is forbidden or prohibited.

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And from those two you have another two. So the instructions could be wedges, which is

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obligatory, or nerfing, which is

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optional. So the Prophet could instruct you, but it could be optional. And that which is forbidden is of course the haraam.

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And then which can lead to hold on what is it? mcru Yeah.

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He can't translate. Yeah. aniela can you?

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Yeah, if you say anything, if you translate it, it actually sounds like it's something bad. Come on you man. What's up? Well, it's actually a compliment.

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My IOU

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HD NAB and man he had from Nahanni

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na, na a token?

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Attack, Motorola Moto, 410, honan, moocow, to forbid.

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So that of course, the pursuit of you. You just do do these two things are brothers that is Islam, you are from our agenda right there.

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Instructions if you only have you missed anything, you avoid the harem and you fulfill that which is obligatory although which is optional. you fulfill the instructions and you keep away from the forbidden and anything that leads to the forbidden because anything that leads to the How long is how long? So Xena what leads to Xena halwa with a woman touching her hand for example, shaking hands, anything that leads to how long is how long? So that's how you can and that's found way now?

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Of course Quran and Sunnah by way of single phrase

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Shahada La Ilaha to live off that which is forbidden should go for all other deities in in LA LA you firma beautiful so that is in your Shahada, the negation affirmation of with the Haram and then you fulfill the instructions which is a law and everything that is associated with it hammer the Rasul Allah

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that's a summary of your deen Islam is easy, it's people that make us Dean is easy but hamdulillah so we're done with that consequences now what are the consequences of not fulfilling this howdy there are many

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consequences of failing to implement this howdy

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give me some

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help me out with a few

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Okay, good. may lead to hell fire. Let's put up how do you hear me all the time have made

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major C

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major scene

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Yes, he is dropping

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this is a major sin because it's

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among them is dropping

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out do you gonna say sir? Yeah, he's dropping his punishment for

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cabac boring isn't really is a form to leave off that which doesn't concern you. Yeah, you can fall into back warning I sent. So you were sending. It's a major sin, not just sending with a major sin. It can lead you to that. What else?

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Try stress, worrying, calm, Pamela very good.

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You're going to stress yourself out and tie yourself up for no reason. Because the issues of people never stop. You're going to worry about this person's issues, this person's issues. You're going to tell yourself you're going to stress yourself out

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now, and you're going to neglect yourself, because you're focused on everyone else. You're gonna neglect yourself and you either

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Yeah, like

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wasting time, big time waster.

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No benefit.

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Also, you can ruin your relationship with others through your busy body. No one wants you. No one's around. So ruin your relationship with others.

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But there's something else that can happen. You can ruin

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other's relationships

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Shaykh Abdul Rahman Al Hassan from the UK. Anyone heard of him? Yeah, he was mentioning a story that true story he he knows what happened in UK basically, a brother was in Africa and his wife was his wife was used to the country and she was at home one day she had a visitor a sister came over and they're talking she asked her by the way how much do you get from the government

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foreign law asking about personal issues she was white asking cuz you look you know based on the rules and laws of this country, you should be getting X number of dollars based on this number of kids that you have she goes Do you see this money? She says no, because then it's your husband he's taking it all call him right now she has economies in Africa his call him call him and demand your money. She see the sometimes the the Shelton of an instance like can I do this please this problem? So she calls her husband is in Africa? Yes. What do you know what's going on? I want my money. How dare you call me notic after my brother just for money, something important, no problem. She said,

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if you're not gonna give your money, then I really want to be with you guys. Okay, you're divorced. Just like that. He's moved to hummus. He shouldn't have said it like that. But he did it all because of this shaitana. And as soon as I hang up, the other sister said, What happened? Oh, he divorced me. She said he doesn't want you anyway. Otherwise he wouldn't have divorced you just like that. So after she ruined the relationship by meddling with people's affairs, she was here Don't worry, you get someone better than you. See what can happen. Going into people's affairs like that. Now, you got to be careful brothers, you got to be careful about how you speak to other people as well. How

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you speak to people, it can really ruin relationships. Instead of for example, you haven't seen a brother for months hasn't been coming to the mustard or lessons. Instead of saying where you been say how you been?

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Just one word can change the whole demeanor of that sentence. And make the filler that comfortable or uncomfortable. Where you've been man, where you've been brought up? You haven't been if I was going right now, how you been? How you been? Here's everything I see how you be where you've been? Big difference. Big difference. So how we speak to people always think before speaking thing. Is this beneficial? Is it kind is it necessary? If so, I'll say if not all avoided.

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And also if things are going well for you and someone's telling you about their marriage problems or say you're going through a tough time in my marriage is also a pivot I usually say it like that. They'll say hamdullah my husband's on like that. I'm there my wife's on like that, but you're indirectly saying you know look, you got a bad dog got a good you got to be careful when people are telling you their problems. sympathize with him. sympathize.

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Man.

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If if he believes was a female, that's why

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some people I'm sure they're not gonna say it like that. But you'll be surprised like this true story in the UK. So if things aren't going well for you, be careful how you say it, how you say to others.

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misconception Now finally,

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this hadith means you shouldn't enjoin good and forbid evil. Yes, because just other people affairs so

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no, doesn't mean that no misconception based on this hadith does that mean I can't enjoin the good and evil? No, because that is something that concerns you. That concerns each and every one of us Why? The Prophet Allah sought to Samson's con Tom and dumb, you all quantum hydro methane, oxygen cleaners, you will also love dressing all of us You are the best oma, why, among many reasons.

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What is it that Madonna will matter of what an animal God, that's why we all enjoy and God forbid they will. We're all connected. So that's a misconception. misconception. I'm not going to give out. Danny will certainly leave him to my you know, he's got his business. I've got mine. No, at the same time, that doesn't mean you just give Tao how you want because that was also there's principles. For example, for example, a chef is doing something wrong and you can see clearly it's wrong. Now, perhaps it wouldn't be wise for you to do it. Maybe you get another chef. He looks at that man that chef is doing this wrong. Can you speak to him? So this way

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How you correct your brother isn't unlike a correct your father, how you correct an L does not like a correct a younger one. So you see, that doesn't mean you don't. Because now we've we've illustrated and established it is something that concerns you, it doesn't mean that you can just say off the bat as you wish there were a sword. I gave a lecture about this once it's called the profits method in correcting mistakes, it's online, it's like an hour, I go into the different categories of how to correct people, how to correct your parents, how to correct your friends, how to correct sinners, based off from the Hadith and the ayah. How you correct the sinner is not like a correct

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your brother, or a woman, or a shave, or there's different ways. And we go mentioned some of the stories. It's based on Mohammed Ali, Facebook, enjoy your life. It's a very good book, you must read this book, enjoy your life, it's in Arabic In English, it's tempting to be hired. It's based on that book, you mentioned some very nice techniques, like how to correct the smoker mentioned the story of you know, once a man came to him, and he's he's got this problem of smoking. And now what the harem so hamdard if it takes him to the harem,

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and he says, Do you want what they want?

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Like forgiveness from Allah? And he said yes. Is it Raise your hands let's make Dr. Hamid Ali fee and the smoker, raising the hands in the room. This is our law forgive so and so I will have bliss so it's our Allah grant him Jenna Sosa. And he's crying is crying, he's crying. I will not give him all that if he leaves off smoking. What?

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If he leaves it off? Yes, if you leave it off, walks off. Years later, he's doing the same TV show in the same country. A man who was a bit fat now comes over to him. It's a shift. Do you remember because I'm sorry, I don't remember is on the menu made dark for too little smoking many years ago, the camera lifted off since that day, I take care of the smoker, not Yella initiate on what are you doing in the field that you're putting in your mouth, using that to recycle and as well, that same mouth is ways there's ways now perhaps your kid your kid, you can go a little bit harder. But another brother, someone you don't know, you're walking in the street, take another step on the

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floor, you're gonna cause a poncho. So this whole slew there's ways this wise.

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As we said it joining good forbidding evil in joining one forbidding evil. That is not what this hadith is telling you. So no, that is part of you. That is part of that is your concern, based on the iOS app. And also, also, the profile is sort of slim. Described us as one one. On on my yes and one body. He didn't say one. Family be different. One family? Can't people have the same family boycott each other? Can't I say you know, I don't want to talk to my brother forever. I just joined them. Can't they say that? Although it's wrong, but they have the privilege of saying that if they wanted to they can abandon each other as family members. But can you say to your own body part? You

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know what, oh, Pinkie, I don't like to look at you slice it off. You know, you look at your leg. You know what I like this leg. It's, you know, it's doing me wrong, cut it off. You can't you don't have the privilege and the pleasure of cutting off your body and saying, you know, I discerned myself from you. You all concern with each other. That's why the profile is shorter. Sam said when one part of the body aches, the whole party suffers with sleeplessness and fever. We're one body. In other words, we're all power well connected. So therefore issues of the oma concern us. So we are concerned about philistin, Syria and Iraq and Yemen, we can turn because it's all connected to us.

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So to say, you know what, based on this Hadith, I'm not going to concern myself with the other countries of the Muslim law. That's wrong. That's wrong. So that's also another evidence you can use. And also the profile is sort of slim Finally, he said, about the parable of the those who give our those who stop harm, like those on a boat. After deck, lower deck, those in the lower deck, they want water so they keep going to the top deck. They keep asking they keep giving them then after a while, the people on the lower deck say You know what? We're not going to ask the top deck anymore. We keep bothering them. How about we make a hole right here on the bottom? What happens if the top

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deck leave them, they all drown. They're all dead. So it's part of their business to stop them from doing harm. So when you see a Muslim doing wrong, it's concerned you you should stop them otherwise it's going to affect you have a bit of an effect. Oh, man, we're all gonna drown. That's the parable of enjoying good, forbidding evil, beautiful words while the profile is to some amazing parables that make things crystal clear. And as the profile is so too slim is saying it's from the excellence of a person's Islam to leave off that which doesn't concern him. It's also from the weakness of a person Islam

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to leave that which does concern him.

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Not now. It's from the weakness of a person's Islam to be involved. Yeah, that's true. But also, it's from the weakness of your deen min Barfield, Islam man, Barfi Islam and Mark

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tarraco ma Jani. This changed the words around. That's also true as entertainment in the realm of stated men Barfi Islam and Mark tariku ma Jani from the weakness of a person this lab is a leave that which concerns them what's something that concerns you? These are in your notes now on the next page

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right at the bottom

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things which are Asante, read your notes Mashallah highlight excellent. What concerns you?

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For his obligations? What about knowledge that concerns you? for blind? So, knowledge is for blind, you have to learn? What is knowledge that you have to learn?

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That which you have to do for knowledge is for dying? Is that what you have to do? So, what do you have to do? What's something you have to do? So that they have to learn about it?

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Well, do you have to do you have to learn about it?

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What about Zika? Do you have to learn about it? We've reached that level have to unless you have money, person is poor never has money doesn't have to, or they have people under them that they're responsible for? That's different. The fifth of Menzies recycled, you have to learn about it. You don't have to. It's not followed on you to learn it. But when do you have to learn about it? When you get your cycle?

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The brothers are confused. What is that gonna happen? Well, of course, it's a joke. When you have to look after your daughter, for example, you have to teach her or your wife for example, that's different. Now you have to learn it the teacher you see how the folder is for that which is obligatory knowledge to know and which isn't. It can change. So anyway, the point is, what concerns you your family concerns you looking after them concerns you? Anything that concerns you, as a parent, your kids, anything that concerns you? It's from your weakness of a man to leave it off if it concerns us. So the opposite is true. We thought we enter panicle the home you're behind the

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