Muhammad Salah – Gardens Of The Pious #273 Apr 3rd 2017

Muhammad Salah
AI: Summary © The importance of having a strong religion to avoid illness and the need for people to share intentions is emphasized. The use of hunch in media and the importance of being true believers in what is presented is emphasized. The importance of being a good Muslim is emphasized, as it is essential to avoid harming others and to address one's needs. The message of Islam is discussed, including the use of hunch in media and the importance of being quiet and listening attentively to the speaker's speech. The segment also touches on forgiveness and the importance of not letting people do anything.
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glory to Him.

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You must to be the best and give his best religion to allah God is the Greatest. The one and only Glory to him on any illness to be the best. Give his best religion to As salam o Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi wa Kapha wa Salam on Allah evade the healer the you know stuffer let's see Mr. Mustafa sallallahu alayhi wa early he was lucky he was seldom at the Sleeman Kathira My dear beloved brothers and sisters, welcome to another edition of our program Guardians of the pious and today's episode is number 328. It will be the second in explaining chapter number 88, which deals with is the Bible three will tell me what Allah Cottrill

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what he ended the recommendation of choosing the best of words, and meeting people with a cheerful face. The following hadith is the second in the chapter and it is number 693 in the series of Riyadh or Salafi Narrated by Abu Hurayrah Radi Allahu Allah, and it is a sound Hadith, in which he said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Well, Kelly metal a year or two sadaqa the hadith is agreed upon its authenticity. That he said the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him said and the good word is an act of charity from the person who says it. And of course, as we've studied before, there are many a hadith emphasizing the importance of talking good, sharing with people, good

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statements and avoiding them poke, even if you will address with foolishness. You do not reply with the same and Allah Almighty said among the traits of the servants of the Most Gracious and beneficent in Surah Al Furqan, were either Hatha hula Jae Hee, Luna, cardhu, Salah and Solana is a good word. So whenever they are addressed with foolishness by some of the foolish people, they do not reply with the same rather they say what is good or they say peace, and they will be rewarded for that. So the Hadith in full length is as follows. That Abu Hurayrah the Allah Allah said, Rasulullah sallallahu sallam said Kulu Salam Amina Nursey Allah here sada cartoon, Coolio mintop Lo

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Fi Shams, yeah, de lubaina This Dania sadaqa you are in or Raju, Betty if a mill Allah O your Ferrari Han sadaqa while Kennametal Paiva to sadhaka well Kulu what what in your to her illustrata sadaqa well, you will meet with other annupuri eco sadaqa before I share with you the meaning of this hadith in full length, I just want to share with you that

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how many charities that we waste every hour.

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We have plenty of chances and opportunities to book a seat and heaven to draw as much as possible closer to Allah Almighty through doing ordinary acts by making them with an intention

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and intention to please Allah Almighty anticipate in the world for this act, Yanni.

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The Prophet sallallahu sallam said in this hadith, Kali Salam

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always assurity every single joint in your body requires you to give Allah Almighty

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gratitude for it. To thank Allah Almighty for giving you you know, these joints and our meaning over 300 joints.

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Just imagine it in this little finger, this little finger 123 Okay, if any of your fingers even the lower one, if any of your toes is not moving, it is very problematic.

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The other day I was watching a program

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where scientists invented a new system that will enable paralyzed people or some of those who have some limbs being paralyzed, prefer paralysis that they can wear certain wires and then the Bane will send impulses to the system in order to control but the the movement is kind of snow and it is it is not perfect.

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And subhanAllah the person will be wearing like a whole machine to do it.

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I looked at myself and I said Allah, Allah can hunt, thank you Allah without wearing any of that vision around. Just understand that whenever you want to get off your bed, and you pull away the curve, the comfort or the blanket,

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this is easy. And we do it all the time without realizing that this add the simple act requires your joints to function perfectly all of your joints, you're not having pain anyway.

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Make a Roku I'm making su going upstairs going downstairs playing with your kids, which is very lovely thing that if you are not enjoying the free mobility of your limbs, and all your joints are functioning on an understand why for me. So

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the blessings of the joints is something beyond imagination. Only those who lose any of these blessings realize it

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without losing any of them. We have to realize that Allah Almighty had bestowed upon us countless blessings amongst which is a Solana. So you need to give thanks to Allah Almighty, every day for these joints. So he said Salah salaam sadaqa. On every day the sunrises upon you should thank Allah Almighty for the blessings of the joints. What can you do in order to give false Allah for the blessings of the joints? He counted some deeds. Here are the lubaina listening or sadhaka two people have asked you to judge between them. And the judge between them was Justice sadaqa reconciled between two opponents sadaqa.

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Somebody is trying to get to mount on his right.

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We don't have camels and horses anymore that much. But we have some times you know, you see people, elders,

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leaving the Walmart or Kroger or Vista or any of these grocery stores carry a lot of bags were in the cart, and they need assistance Wallahi whether they're Muslims or non Muslims or elders, they need help or handicap rush to help them it will not take a few minutes out of your time. You're helping them and you're earning SAP and has a net and this celeb and Hassan is paying off some of the gratitude and thanks for the blessings with So Lord Almighty bestowed upon you off As salam o de joins Oh, you're for Allah Han attire, I will sadaqa somebody is already in his right and needs help to carry his luggage his loads, you assist him with that, as an act of charity will carry metal to

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sadaqa. And we studied this hadith al Kennametal per year to sadaqa goodly word is an act of charity, last episode influence. Then he said well Kulu hotwater

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to her Illa salatu sadaqa. And every footstep that you take towards the prayer in the mission, every footstep is an act of charity. So it's like Allah Almighty is utilizing our normal activities, to pay off towards gratitude for the blessings of the joints and many other blessings that we're not even paying attention to. And Rasulullah Salallahu Salam wants to bring to our attention, the importance of preparing a Nicaea and intention doing this with the intention of anticipating the word from Allah Almighty, you meet will add an authority sadaqa removing any harmful object from the past so people is an app charity. All of us see this, whether you're driving whether you're walking,

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and many of us say is none of my business, only those

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only those who realize the major word removing a harmful object from the past or people who would not waste such an opportunity.

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And then once removed, a branch fell off a tree. It was obstructing the paths of people. So you say let me push it away so that people can pass by freely. Allah Almighty at high level Jana admitted him to paradise. But this is a very simple act. We agreed before a believer can turn any ordinary Act into a virtuous deed by simply sincere in his intention and anticipating a word from Allah, the Almighty.

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The following hadith is Hadith number 694.

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The same line of the conversation, Narrated by Abu Dhabi al Rifai, who spoke about his wife who repeatedly and hadith is a sound

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It is collected by Imam Muslim may Allah have mercy on him. And me is a run of the Allahu Anhu Call. Call Alia Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam led Ron Amin and Mao who fish as well and teleca a hawk and we watched him follow our Muslim, I was very may Allah be pleased with him said that the Messenger of Allah told me Do not belittle any of the good deeds, even meeting your brother with a cheerful face. By the way, the hadith is also integrated by various narrations with regards to the word pulk. So we have the word Paul, which is with a jasmine or sukoon on the lira Lamb, the middle letter pulk and or whether Zerah Khasra beneath the lamb, so it will be part A you can also say the

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word hem Pollock. And the third pronunciation is the word hem body.

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so all of that means that a cheerful face, Jani a cheerful smile, Savlon mum bustle pulk Pollock who Pollock

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Kulu mouthfeel sadaqa

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every good deed is an act of charity. This is what Jabir ibn Abdullah Radi Allahu anhu, many rated this is what the messenger of Allah peace be upon him said, Any good deed is sadaqa. Now I'm going to take a sip of doing this Mala.

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I had Alhamdulillah got two words, for saying Bismillah in the beginning, and for saying Alhamdulillah upon finishing, obviously presenting this program in sha Allah is a vicious deed. You watch in the program is a vicious deed, a commitment somebody else to watch. It is a vicious deed, share in the useful informations that you have learned and benefited with others. These are all virtuous deeds, you will be rewarded for all of that. Any 24/7 words, if you wish, if you want to call them out off in South Africa, we're in nominal Monrovia and Takahata reward him

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and amongst the kind deeds, and the virtuous deeds is to meet you bother whenever you meet him or her with a cheerful face. Because the appearance reflects your feeling in sight.

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Subhan Allah, Allah Almighty says in Surah Tabitha,

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who drew your maiden mascara, ba HCA to muster the Shara

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on the Day of Judgment, some faces will be bright, but Africa, smiling, laughing, happy. Why? Because there are good news. They were given the record in the right hand, that's a good sign. So the face expresses that are the other light it is like you know, in the past, whenever we used we have to go to the school and middle school and high school, even in college, in order to read the sheet of those who pass the exam successfully and turning to the following Great. All of us once the news that the grades are out, and the results are out. We go and we we pile on top of ourselves before the bulletin board. So we see the results. And subhanAllah if you're standing far away and

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you see the students, some were the chief was my I got Alhamdulillah I passed and others this did away with a frown face. You don't have to ask them what happened. You don't have to say what did you fail? They failed. Okay. So rule number eight and Mozilla HCA to most abishola May Allah make us among them, who will be laughing on the Day of Judgment will be smiling and delighted. What would you eat and I have for hotwire Katara hola Erica Homolka for auto Federer is obviously the non believers and they will get their faces will be found and will be darkened with sorrow and grief. Okay.

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The cheerful face appearance is one of the prophetic traits.

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The Prophet sallallahu salams attitude whenever he would meet any person, he would show them this cheerful smile Salalah Salah and awfully you said Deb assume Okay a few words here hiccup sadaqa on your smile upon meeting your brother. This is an act of charity from you

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Some of the companions of Rasulullah in Salah Salem used to do that all the time.

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Such as a Buddha or the Allahu

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cannula. You had to be Hadith in a letter that says, every time he would narrate a Hadith from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he would Ismail

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Why would his mind he's sharing with the audience, a statement that you have heard from the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him. So he is making prison the image of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, whenever he was narrating the Hadith, he is conveying the message of the Messenger of Allah what could be greater news than that? So his wife almost robbed the Allah and Helen said that you keep smiling that you know people are harmful and you Hannukah can nurse people may think that your you know your food. No, I'm not. You know, reminds me with you know how the secular

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people always accused the scholars, the preachers look at them Look at the look. They are always you know, frightened people with the look with the thick beard with a big turban and Masha Allah, I see all our shoe, maybe with the exception of a few smiling, sharing the good news with the audience.

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Giving them optimism, hope and Allah's mercy, and forgiveness and all of that. So they turn around and the accused some of these you and these scholars who are always smiling, and they're pretending they are acting.

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You are never happy with the believers, you're always objecting you're only happy with people like yourselves, to me, I'm doing this only for the sake of Allah Yanni. When I say to me, I mean, that should be your attitude and my attitude. I'm doing this for the sake of Allah. Have you been to st dower before? hamdulillah Allah bless the sweat, see Dawa, we stand in the seats in some countries. And we talk to people. And we pass on brochures, flyers, and we'll talk to them about Islam. Does it really work? Oh, yes, it does work. Do people accept Islam out of that? Yes, it happens. Indeed. Remember once with the use of SSH in one of these $3 in all of those countries.

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And, you know, he was standing for literally a couple hours.

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And he wouldn't sit down. He would unrest, always smiling and sharing information with the with the audience, even with experts in Christianity, dialoguing and arguing and, you know, exchanging evidences and so on. And he wouldn't settle until he would convince the audience and achieve his target. The thing that if you if you're not really smiling, to your audience, and if you're not showing them that you are happy with what you're presenting, you're full of conviction, and you love for them to listen to what you have. They would ever listen to you know, how many people they have worn the Mac can chieftains have worn people from outside Mecca, business people notions, against

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listening to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and labeling him that he's a lawyer. He's a sorcerer, He's a magician. And then whenever some of them get to listen to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam one remark was made by one of them saying, well Allah He won't be who can be what he can zap, there is no way that this face could be a face of a liar. You know, your face can tell.

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Your face can tell that you true you are a true believer in what you're presenting. And you really say the truth. So the world will be watching and Polly will be watching and Talia really means a lot and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam put a lot of emphasis on that. Those who are given hot bottle Juma those who are talking in seminars, those who are school teachers, university professors, you know, show in this cheerful face, while talking means a lot to your audience means a lot to the invitees those whom you are talking to. And if you managed to do this outside, then you better do that with your spouse. You better do that with your children. And after all, you're anticipating the Kabul

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from Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah Almighty will accept this effort from you and accept making certain that we will be smiling before people to make them happy to make them feel good. So Allah Almighty would word you for the and this is an act of charity as a Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam has said

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I'm basically brothers and sisters. That was the last Hadith in the chapter, chapter number 88. And I prefer that we'll go for a short break. So inshallah when we return back we'll begin the new chapter chapter number 89. Let's take a couple of minutes first and we'll be back in sha Allah please stay tuned

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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh and welcome back. Just to remind you, brothers and sisters who have been studying the book of etiquette, and in this chapter, which is under the book of etiquette, chapter number 89. We'll be learning about is the Bible biannual Calamy for Ebola healing Mojave? What they're clearly the F hammer is either LM EF and Elizabeth Ehrlich, which means the recommendation of the clarification of speech and repeating it if it is necessary.

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The first Hadith in the chapter is narrated by NSF numeric or only Allah one Hadith number 695. And NSF lobby Allahu anhu, N and V are Salalah alayhi wa sallam care that either they can never be Kelly Martin, I had sellers and had to Furman

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what are the Coleman for sell lemma Allah him sell lemma Allah you him hem selesa

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And this hadith, Allah Sydney Malik may Allah be pleased with him the rate of that whenever the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him, used to say something, he would repeat his words three times, so that the meaning would be fully understood.

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And whenever he came upon a group of people, he would greet them, and would repeat the greeting three times the hadith is collected by a member Hari, may Allah have mercy on him.

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From this hadith,

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it is very obvious that NSA also Allah is Allah Salam used to repeat his statement three times. But this is not necessarily all the time.

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Only whenever it is needed, in case that the audience is a large volume, and

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those on the right side or those on the left side, or those who are sitting behind didn't get it right. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam wouldn't take a chance. He wasn't to hear from him directly. We have learned before in the Islamic pedagogy, the etiquette of addressing the audience that Rasul Allah is Allah Allahu Allah Stella moil, given the hotbar, he would have an eye contact with almost every one of the those who were present. To the extent that some of the companions say that, you would think that he would only be speaking to you, or he was addressing you alone, because of engaging everyone of the audience. So having an eye contact.

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You know, in one of his address is subtle, a lot of Salem he would be addressing 1000s and 1000s of audience without microphones. Sometimes he would have allowed Bess or the hola Juan or madam Hata because he used to have a very loud voice to convey his message, and he would wait. Then he would say it again, to make certain that the audience got it properly.

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In the Hadith,

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Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam was given what is known as JY. me I'll call him

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the most comprehensive speech, we'll see Subhanallah in the single Hadith, it is explained in many chapters, and lot of writers have written out calls and books about one single Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Allah made him eloquent. Allah made him given him the Awami al Kelim, the most comprehensive speech, it doesn't mean at all that he would speak to people with a higher level than they understand because that will defeat the purpose. Why would he repeat his statement three times, so that the audience will get it right well,

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It is. And he also said whenever he would come upon people he would greet them three times. Does it mean that he would say As salam aleikum wa rahmatullah salaam aleikum? Wa Rahmatullah Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah just saying it three times without a cause.

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The interpreters of the Hadith said that perhaps you would greet those who are on the right, those who are on the left those who are in front of him, so that everyone would feel the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is welcoming and greeting all of them.

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Okay, is not only addressing some and neglecting others, and that is very hurtful. When the chief, when the tutor would demolish him with the shape, ignore some of the audience deliberately because of, you know, a personal, you know, conflict between him and them. Were him and another person, no, he would give everyone their due rights

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also is say that,

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no the greeting three times so that whenever he would approach that house or the gathering, so that was a greeting, the first would be the greeting of seeking permission As Salam aleikum, I'm by the door, command and O Messenger of Allah. So when he enters and he approaches the gathering, he would greet them As salam o alaikum wa Rahmatullah and the third upon leaving the gathering. So we understand from that simply, the Prophet sallallahu sallam was very simple in his dealing with other specialists. And whenever he would, you know, address the audience, he would make certain that they would understand his statement, even the average person, the bad one, and the highly educated

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people, everyone would get the message of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. The following Hadith will be the last also in this chapter because it consists only of two. A hadith is another Hadith narrated by Oumou Medina, Aisha Radi Allahu anha call it can a Can Am Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam ala Qlm and firstline you have hallelu khulumani Yes, now, whoa, Abu Dawood Aisha, may Allah be pleased with her narrated that the speech of the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him,

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was so clear that all those who listened to it would understand it, Yanni, who speak clearly and decisively, decisively. It may also mean that while speaking, he would pause upon his words, so that each and every word would come from his lips appeared as separate from others. Yeah, and his speech would be so clear, even the average person will get it.

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Some people on the contrary,

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these speak very rapidly. And the the letters, and the the words and the thing by that they are very advanced, very eloquent. By making your audience struggle to understand them, I want to share with you a message

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in this regard.

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In our pre med,

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when we were in college, we used to have various professors for facilities, the physical chemistry, of physics, of chemistry, of anatomy, and of math, the professor of mathematics was very complicated. And he deliberately made our life miserable.

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And he used to brag about making statements that literally no one would understand.

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So that he will laugh. And be sarcastic of us, and brag that, you know, his speech, no one can understand it.

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So I figured that he is really trying to make people's life miserable, to show that he is superior. And he was educated abroad in one day, I had the guts to get up and say, Dr. Will not understanding what you're saying.

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You know, he made fun of me. And, you know, he tried to make people laugh. But I said, as a matter of fact, this is not only my perception, you can ask anyone, no one understands what you're saying. Because he was making things complicated. Okay, guess what? Years and years passed by we're talking about 20 years more than 20 years, when he for 25 years now ever since SubhanAllah. Until this moment.

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Whenever myself and our colleagues meet, we remember

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those professors who are kind,

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who are easygoing, who love to make things easy for the students, even in the

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handout, in the books, in the notes, the purpose was to make us understand. Especially it was pretty bad. Versus this person

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who deliberately tried to make our life miserable. A lot of people left school because of him. A lot of people fail the class, because of him.

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to Abu Musab Ashari and Mahadev Nisha, but when he sent them to teach the people in Yemen, I said, Yes, Sarah, what was Sarah Shara? When I told her,

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he ordered them both make things easy. Do not make it difficult. When it comes to the dean, our dean is easy. Forget about those people who make things complicated. And to give you big words, you know, once I was asked to teach in San Diego, a course about the principles of jurisprudence, so I declined. They insisted would love to say what kind of audience you know, it's okay to teach Dawa to teach flock of Hadith that a cop. But you know, I'm afraid that if I start addressing the audience with principles of jurisprudence, and use big words and an hour ago for Kenya, they may actually drop the whole thing all together, you know. So I insisted that we shall begin with easy classes

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first, then, if I figure out that the audience are really to learn about Feck and also Lothrop and principles of jurisprudence, I will decide to do that, because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam has said in an income referee, it is very easy to memorize a speech, so that when you deliver it, you give very sophisticated words, you hold a paper or notes and you read from it. The audience are in a different world and disconnected. What go did you achieve, truly achieve one thing to prove that to prove your ego, and you are an outspoken person, you are better than the audience. And that will defeat the purpose the whole purpose. The purpose of talking

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is to make the audience understand the purpose of delivering a speech is to make the audience benefit out of free speech, not only hear it,

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but to listen to it, to attract them to listen to attentively to make them love to do what you're preaching or even if it is in Applied Sciences, to love them to study the subject and we definitely have many teachers and tutors like that will made us love the subjects despite the fact that they will kind of difficult but because of the tutor, he can make things easy, or he can make even the easy things complicated and difficult. So gotta learn that from the Messenger of Allah ESP upon him. As I said, we will begin in sha Allah the new chapter, chapter number 90, which is Babel, a surah il jealousy, the hadith of jealousy, he let the lesser be haram was still thought in irony while wha ha

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very much Lisa chapter these were listening attentively to the permissible speech and a scholar asking the audience to listen carefully. The title itself is very interesting, we will be learning in the chapter that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would ask your audience to be quiet to listen attentively because of the importance of the message and so on. But what is interesting in the title is

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the Hadith he literally said the Haram

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Yanni, as long as the speech itself is something permissible or recommended, then, it is also recommended to ask the audience to listen to attentively. But what if the speaker is talking nonsense,

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or involving the audience in vain talk or being sarcastic of another person or maybe involving the audience in backbiting or in slander? They know listening to him, even if he was doing so, in the Friday sermon. You know, in the Friday sermon, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam ordered El insaat which is to be completely quiet and attentive.

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To the extent that he said Amen call Ali Sahibi he only Fe he will enamel up

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to unset for Kudla or Malala, fellows Umatilla. If you see somebody busy with anything while the Imam is giving the speech, don't even talk to him, neglect him. Just focus about yourself, be listening attentively, because he said peace be upon him if you dare to say somebody, be quiet. Both of you, your Joomla are void and invalid, but I'm trying to correct him Don't say anything.

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What if the speaker is talking nonsense? What is violating any of the conditions or the outcome of Allah or teaching the wrong thing or involving the audience in a slender, no listening? No, in fact, I would rather talk about some something else. This is the message that is delivered in the title of the chapter which deals with as what would you do you see the Hadith usually see a lady Lysa be haram, listening attentively to the speech of the speaker as long as it is not forbidden.

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The first Hadith in the chapter is Hadith number 697. The rated by Jerry if not delay Hill, Bucha lee of the Allahu Anhu call quality Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam if you had doubted whether Estelle Soutine nurse sunnah call lateral G ru da de kuffaar en el de rivel bow Bukom they are called about but tough upon Ali

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Abdullah may Allah be pleased with him.

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The rated that during the farewell speech in the Farewell Pilgrimage obviously, the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him.

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Say to me, ask people to be quiet and to remain quiet in order to listen to my speech. Then he said, addressing the people do not back lie to disbelief.

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F after my departure by striking the necks of one another by killing each other. The hadith is a sound Hadith collected by both Imam Bukhari and Muslim.

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The word Estelle sit

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means ask people to listen attentively.

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We just listen to or learn the Hadith answered, which is a command to be quiet and to listen attentively. So Estelle

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asking a second person to order a third person or persons to be quiet instead Also, ask them to be quiet so that they can listen attentively. Estelle sought leanness

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in the federal Hajj, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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because the number was over 120,000 AUDIENCE

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And I bet you that meno formula able even to lay their eyes on the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him, let alone here. That's why he ordered a lot baths and sometimes or a marble countertop to convey his message.

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And that's why the Prophet sallallahu sallam said to Jared now Delisle Bucha Lee extensively ins Go and tell everyone to be quiet and to remain quiet to listen carefully, I have a very important message to share with them.

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What do we learn out of that?

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Nowadays, brothers and sisters, we are so distracted

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while the speaker is delivering in his speech,

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in seminars, at college, or even Unfortunately, during the Friday sermon, people are busy with their cell phones with their smart devices, maybe even checking their messages and social media. And perhaps even replying to them is not permissible. And this is a lack of etiquette.

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When you attend a talk, when you attend a talk you're attending to learn, or toeless and if you're not interested, it can be dismissed. Because unfortunately, you're not only distracting your attention alone. You're also distracting the attention, the attention of those who are around you.

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those who are seeing your device in your hand, out of curiosity, some people are like that. They would look to your device, the corner of their eyes in order to see what you're doing.

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Allah Almighty assorted, zap says Masha Allah Allahu La Rajan in min calpain If he is alpha

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every one of us has only one

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Heart, one mind you can think about one thing at a time.

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You cannot be an ATM Quran and chicken the messages, this is nonsense. You cannot be attending a lecture and typing, not typing or, you know trying to transcribe what the speaker is saying no. And either you are replying to an email replying to a WhatsApp message to a social media message, base or something else, then definitely, you will not listening to what the speakers say.

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Some of the talks here in the Arab world Subhanallah you have audience in 10s of 1000s. Believe me, we have videos 10s of 1000s of audience.

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Unfortunately, it has become like a plague everyone is having their phones with cameras.

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You see the 1000s of people in front of you, they turn their cameras on and the flesh on the you're blinded, as a speaker, all those people are filming you while you're talking. I awfully address them by saying Subhanallah those who are busy recording video recording the Pope, I bet you you did not understand a thing of what was said.

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Because you were busy with keeping the picture in line and taking the scorner catching this view. And perhaps sometimes even filming the audience. In my camera man, a cameraman is busy with one thing was filming. And in addition to nowadays, all the talks are already recorded will be uploaded on the YouTube uploaded on the websites, we can enjoy listening to them as much as you want. Why? If we have 5000 The audience maybe four 3000 audience are recording video recording and taking pictures. This is a sign of distraction extensively unless

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these phones and these small devices is such a great blessing from Allah subhanaw taala Unfortunately, many of us misuse them

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especially during lectures talks. So they select the attention of themselves and of others, we get to learn that if there is a message to be delivered and if you're keen to learn it and the message is about something serious, then you should listen attentively and you should not keep yourself busy with anything else. The message which was delivered in this hadith was lateral geo Baddeck of foreign your variable Babu come the cob about he all the audience that because it was his farewell speech that I made I as he made it clearly in the same speech that Lala come later only about the army come had perhaps you will not meet with me after this year. I may not be able to perform Hajj

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after this year, he is sent several messages, that it could be his last Hajj and this is his farewell speech. So say be careful, do not backslide to disbelief how? By killing one another. The dispute may rise to the level of killing one another they believers will end up killing one another. So he equated that to disbelief by saying lepers yo buddy Farah. You're very welcome kabab syllable Muslim e fu Wakita who cough insulting Muslim is an act of rebellious ness and fighting against him is an act of disbelief. May Allah Almighty guide us to what is best our whole Republic he had what Estelle Fulani SallAllahu ala Sayidina Muhammad in while early he was talking to your salat wa salam

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aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Allah God is the greatest

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woman doling glory to Him, people, illness to be the best, and give his best religion to them. Allah God is the greatest, the one and only Glory to him. Only humans to be the best, gave his best religion to them. So why did they know that forgiving gold about an empire that was shipping guns, fire and stones, sending the rest with the cheapest

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day ignore that forgetting all about how bad guys were shipping cars fire and stones selling their best and cheapest

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