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today is really sad. I am feeling lost, confused, I am feeling down set at the loss of our dear Shay. And quality and reciter share, no rain. Mohammed Sidique Rahim, Allahu taala, famous reciter in Sudan, those of you who don't know him, you probably do. You probably have heard his recitation at some point. Just look at the previous post for on my page, and you'll see a picture of him. You'll see a video that I posted of him. He died in a car accident, and apparently, he was in a in a vehicle with other reciters other students that were reciting to him.
And I don't know, the reports seem as though everybody in the car died. I don't know if the other reciters had died as well. I want to first and foremost say that I ask Allah subhana wa eiler elevate his status with the material Quran with the noble emissaries of the Quran, on the day of judgment and indiathe hero for all the areas and all of the verses and all of the poor and that he had taught, and he had recited for you and I may Allah subhanho wa Taala return, blessings bottlecap and reward to him and elevate his status in the era Allahumma Ameen. I hope and I pray that I have an opportunity to meet him in genital Feder doses, Allah insha Allah Allahu taala a lot on that. I
mean, you know, one of the things that is really saddening about situations like this is we all know that we will pass but when things have what when death happens unexpectedly, and so sudden, it just, it hurts even more. And particularly when it's somebody who's a public figure, you admire him or her. you admire their efforts, and you appreciate their sincerity, the genuineness that they portray, in whatever area that they you know, that they're an expert in. you admire those things, and you're inspired by it, and then to just wake up the next day and all of that comes to an end. It is a real, real, hard, hard reality check for all of us. Is that just how quickly and suddenly death
can find us? And so one of the things that I constantly think about what I hear news of such a tragic incident or tragic death, is I start to think about my own life. And these are the moments and Allah subhanho wa Taala tells us many times in the Quran to take heed, yeah yohannes booty bear methanol for STEMI Allah will mankind I keep showing you examples after examples.
stimuli. So pay attention to pay attention to this stuff. You know, the reason why all of mankind doesn't pass away at the same time, is because, is because Allah subhanho wa Taala constantly reminds us and teaches us that, you know, this is what's coming to you. So everybody had their own dates and their own times of when they were scheduled to leave. And for whatever reason, Allah gives you an eye some extra time. And it's a reminder to you, that's where you're going. So if you have problems with people, if you have unfinished business, if you still hold grudges, if you still have issues, if you still have debt, if you still have just things that need to be sorted out, that can't
be sorted about when you're gone, then you need to make sure that you prioritize those things and you take them seriously. Get on your feet and get those things organized. And our Dean makes it very clear some of the things that Allah will not make exceptions for it will follow you until you're in your grave and into the catheter.
The second thing that I think about is, am I ready to meet our Creator? Are you ready to meet Allah subhanho wa Taala.
You know, it's really something to think about. You just jumped into your car, and you're going wherever and all of a sudden, that's it.
You know, you He probably made plans later on, or he had a class or something later on that evening, who knows? or the next day, who knows his students are waiting for him and they get this tragic news.
And so the same idea for you and I, you know, you'll just go about your day and Allah subhanaw taala tells us this prophecy sentimientos this like, this is one of the ways that how death finds you. I meant to call you dirty qumola melt, wherever you are, death will come and it will seek you out. Donald cat, it will file a search for you and catch you there's no hiding from it.
And so really a really, truly a tragic loss in the sense that the world was starting to see and appreciate this man and his beautiful, beautiful recitation. Like I'm talking absolutely beautiful. I've never heard anyone recite like him. He's got this really interesting, unique style to his recitation. If you haven't heard him, I promise you once this is over, just go to the previous post, click on it, and just listen to his recitation. And I'll promise you there's nobody you can compare him to like this. I don't know anybody that recites that way. And that makes him that much more special to me. Once again, for him and his family and all of his loved ones, his friends, his
community. I pray that Allah subhanho wa Taala give them strength and I pray that Allah subhanaw taala give them patience. And I pray that Allah subhana wa Taala, except our doors for our dear Chef lahoma mean, let's get right into the suta. Today, today, I'm giving you only one verse, but it's a long verse. And tomorrow in sha Allah hotevilla we will complete the surah in sha Allah, I initially wanted to complete it today. But the last passage, the last part of the sutra, there's a lot to talk about. So I'll reserve that for the last and final episode tomorrow in sha Allah. As for what is to come after that, in sha Allah hoteller I think it's time that we
will, I'll put I'll put it up, I'll post it either we go to suit as seen and pseudo ramen. Or one idea that I had is I wanted to talk about some FIFA issues. Because just because of the amount of questions that I get on this stuff about women's FIFA in general, and that whole conversation about gender interaction, and lots of brothers ask questions to you know about their daughters, about their wives, and just certain things of how they can do to just understand some of the issues that relate particularly to women just when it comes to how they dress, how they act, how they should conduct themselves, when they're around the opposite gender, how they should seek knowledge, and
just simple things like when having children when wanting to get married, how do you talk to a guy How do you get to know somebody? How do you plan a wedding walima and even for planning for their first child? Is there such a thing called family you know, planning for a family or family planning? Like is there such a thing? How do you do all of that? What if you're not ready for kids? What if your husband wants a child and you don't and you don't want intimacy happens? What are you supposed to do? You know, like these little things
You know, some of the element did talk about them. And there are some good material out there on these subjects. So I just want to kind of scratch the surface and give you some principles. So that's one separate topic, you any problem with that subject, don't expect it to be 10 or 12 episodes I'm talking about it might be 30, or 40, or maybe even 50 episodes or more. So it's a long series, and each of these series might be bare minimum 30 minutes, it might be 45, it might be close to an hour. So that's the that's in terms of logistics with the fic related subject. And the third thing about that is, there has to be a booklet, I can't just sit here and lecture you and tell you
these things, because there's a lot to take in. And I'm sure that a lot of you would want to document and write down some of these things and have at least a booklet of some of the fifth.
My challenge with that is getting the time to prepare it.
And number two, these videos that we have here that you see me every day,
there is one thing that I'm not satisfied with them is I really want on the screen to at least have the verses that we're talking about or the translation so that you can visually see what we're talking about. I just don't know how to do those things. That's really the bottom line. So this is the first time we've done more than 200 episodes since COVID began. And this is the first and only time I'm going to reach out to all of you. If there is anyone out there, that knows how to take these videos, and add a little bit of flavor to it. So add something to it where at least we can see the verses at the bottom or is willing to follow along with me and put the verses you know with the
video when I posted something so that people can, you know, visually see what we're talking about. And then look at the video, I would really prefer that it was across the screen. I just don't know how to do that. I spent like hours trying to figure it out online. And I just don't know and i i don't know if you can even do that on a Facebook Live, it's got to be downloaded and then be done afterwards. And just man these tech stuff. Sometimes it's just really not my thing. So if anybody in sha Allah is willing to volunteer some time to help me out with this, please just DM me, or message me in the comments field and I will connect with you in short a low time. So let's get into the
verse B of the lab. Allah subhana wa Taala continues the same conversation that began in the previous area Hold on guys.
Okay, the previous a was exceptions to the hijab, right? So after Allah subhanaw taala talked about the elderly woman that she was exempted from wearing a hijab, wearing a scarf if not your loved one. But if you chose to wear it that was always better for her meaning she will get the reward for making that extra effort. will love who sent me on the team, Allah is always listening and has complete knowledge of everything. Also lay silent Maharajan. As for the blind, there's no harm in taking your hijab in front of the blind, whether they're Muslim or not, while our island, our dodgy heritage, and even somebody that is disabled, so somebody who is mentally not they're mentally ill
to some extent, then there's no problem to take your hijab off in front of them simply because they can't comprehend what they're seeing and what's there. Well, I ll marry ugly heritage and somebody that is extremely sick. Not you know, I have a headache. It's okay, just take your job off. I'm not concentrating anyway. No, we're talking about somebody that is so sick, bedridden, literally can barely open their eyes. And even if they open their eyes, they don't know what's going on. Allah subhana wa tada says here in this case, it is okay for her to have her hijab off in front of him. Now, keep in mind, keep in mind, guys, this is a framework on these exemptions. There is a lot of
fit behind each of these categories, a lot of exemptions as well, who is a blind man, somebody who is somebody who is born blind, somebody who develops blindness as they journey through their life. Like what exactly is someone who is sick? How do you define what is the definition? And how does that fall into this category. So much fit behind it. Again, that's a subject for another time. Actually, this whole I have it in the women's fitness course that I that I was talking about. We go through every single one of these categories in great detail so it's fully understood. So right now all I'm doing is just
Giving you a general general framework on what Allah subhanho wa Taala. And some of the exemptions he makes. Why that Allah and forsaken, there's no problem even for yourself that you can remove your hijab, you know, for you, because now this might sound strange, that you take your hijab off, even when you're alone. And the reason why is when these eight were revealed, some of the women didn't know, they thought that they had to keep the hijab on 24 hours. You know, it's, it's, it's kind of interesting, because when you put it in context, and it makes sense when they got the A, the, you know, cover yourselves, put the hijab overall, where the Hema Where's the jilbab? They thought that
they had to keep it on 24 hours and only time when they will go shower or something. They took it off. And that was it. So this is where a lot clarifies No, no, no, when you're alone, you can take it off, no big deal. And kulu Min, boo tickle. Now you can also keep it all off when you're eating in your own homes as well. Back then, there were others that were eating in their homes, or excuse me, others that were living in the house that may not have been related to her. So in that case, Now, obviously, again, some of these rules have been changed later on suta, 10, nissa, suta,
came and made additional exemptions to these categories. So when I say to you, anybody who's living in your home, you can take your hijab off in front of, we're not talking about your brother in law, we're not talking about a friend that you just took in because he was homeless, or he had some kind of problem and he's living with you. No, no, no, you still have to maintain hijab in front of those categories. But back then, when this was revealed, those laws were not revealed. So at least at that point, the rules if you want to call it this, were a little more loose until later on, Allah gave additional rules and laws that pertain to these categories. So generally speaking,
when we say whoever is living in your home, we're talking about your brothers, your sisters, your parents, your son, your daughter, etc, right? grandparents and so on. Oh boo t equal Of course, you can take your hijab off in the houses or the home of your father. Oh boo to Mahatma Coleman the homes of your mother Oh boo to a Hawaiian equal man even your brother's house Oh boo to hola Tico man your sister's house Oh boo TRMM yquem your paternal uncles, their homes, you can take your hijab off in front. Oh boo Tianmen take home your paternal aunts Oh boo to Li comb your maternal uncle, oh, boo t holla. T calm and the houses of your maternal aunts, Alma Malak to Martha to her home, or
homes that you have keys to, uh, you know, that you own keys to. So at least you know, there could be a scenario where somebody owns several homes several properties, and there are people living in those properties. And you know, he or she needs to go, he needs to get into the house to do something. You can have your hijab
off when you enter those homes. Now there's two ways to understand this. One by one in context, it was referring at the time it was revealed. Today, now, you can't just walk into a sister's home, just because you own the house, you're the landlord, and just be like, it's okay, you can keep your hijab off. No, because again, those rules came later, when this area was given those rules were not set in stone yet. That's why you need to look at like, whoa. So landlords can just walk into my house and I don't have to have my HR one. Yeah, you need to have your hijab on. But again, just keep it in context. What we're learning here is just how easy it is to misunderstand verses of the Quran.
If you don't go to scholars, if you don't look at ahaadeeth, none of this starts None of this makes sense. People will live a completely different Islam. And that's why it is so crucial in this sort of how many times it LSA ultra, ultra ultra ultra sawed off they are lovely older. So in the previous episode, it was like five or six times in one conversation, Allah saying, I'll tell you, I'll tell you soon. Now we come to an A, there's no way to truly understand it unless you go to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam so he can explain further, what are some of the rules behind behind these categories? So just keep that in mind some kind of law. Also, do you think home or the homes
of your friends? Obviously only sisters right? So she's in a house or she wants to go visit? You know, some of her friends, sisters, women, she can take her hijab off in front of right. Les Sally come June Antep kulu Jamie and
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eating together. There is a lot of conversation what this a is talking about? Does that mean that brothers and sisters, everybody can eat together? And she can take our hijab off? Or ash data or separately, so she if he doesn't want to eat with anybody, that's fine. Okay, that's so that's pretty clear. But this word gymea. Again, again, this is what the third time I'll say this right? There was a lot of filth behind this, and the laws of gender interaction, and segregation. And all of these things came much later. Remember, our Dean gives you laws in dosages, it doesn't throw 10 million things at you at once. It slowly introduces you to its concepts. So and that's how you start
to develop discipline. That's how you develop like an appreciation for the rules. You know, one of the things that's really common for reverts is that once they revert to Islam The next day, she's expected to be in like, full obey and full hijab at full everything all in one day. No, then that takes time. You know, I'll tell you guys a real quick story. A couple years ago, I was in BC. And I did a talk at an MSA. And it was primarily was a non Muslim audience, right. And after I was done, the talk of this young girl came, and you know, the way she was dressed like, I couldn't even look at her. Right. So just to give you an idea, right? I couldn't even look at her. So she stood here.
And I was kind of staring this way. And I'm like, Yes. How can I help you? She's like, Look, I want to become Muslim. I've been studying Islam and talking to a lot of my Muslim friends for a long time. And I'm ready to become Muslim. The only problem is the hijab, is like, I'm not ready to do the hijab. And I remember this girl, she was wearing a New York, Knicks jersey.
That's it. Okay. So she's wearing this jersey on, and she's like, I want to become a symbol, the hijab is the thing. So I looked at her then, and I said, Look,
just be Muslim, and let the hijab come later. Don't worry about it. And when she looked at me, and she heard that answer, she's like, Are you serious? I don't have to do it. I said, Look, the only thing you need to make sure that you do is you make sure you pray five times a day. That's it. Once you pray five times a day, everything else will come. So don't worry about the hijab right now. She was so overwhelmed. She was so happy. She became Muslim.
About two and a half, three months later, I get an email from her. The email starts off as said, mRNA, calm. And she says My name is so and so. And I met you a display blah, blah, blah, right? And I knew exactly who she was. She says, I just want to say thank you. And I appreciate what you did.
Not only did I become Muslim, I started praying five times a day, and every time I prayed, I would put on the hijab and cover myself properly, right and pray.
And the guilt of taking off the hijab, outside of prayer hit me so hard. I felt so guilty in the sight of Allah that I couldn't live that way. I really felt like I was a part time Muslim. And that was not enough for me. I wanted to be a full time Muslim. So the guilt encouraged her to start wearing the hijab. So she started wearing the hijab full time. And that's why she sent me this email I was so it was just from Allah subhanho wa Taala right that a thought of what the core n and how it introduces itself to us. It doesn't throw 50 million things at us at once. We get it in dosages, that's why the process lm got the Quran in what 23 years, not 23 days, not 23 hours, not 23 minutes
23 years to get this book. So if you're worried Oh my God, when am I gonna study the entire Quran? Don't worry inshallah You still have time. 23 years of the men who carried this quarter and that's how long it took for him to understand it. So this sister, it gets here's the best part of her story. She said that when she started to become a full time hijab, her mother took notice that she started dressing differently, acting differently. She was more respectful to her mom. She changed the way she stopped drinking. She stopped partying she did all of these changes. So the mother became Muslim from her daughter.
That's what happens when you take this Deen in dosages Allah will facilitate a path for you. Okay, let's finish this up laser la come join us on our status for either the whole term Buta whenever you enter your home, or any home for that matter, suddenly more either and full sequence a sign empty yourself, say sell them to yourself. So even if you enter your home, you don't just be like Hello Is anybody there the first thing you should say the sadhana is that when you enter your home, you say Bismillah a cellar more alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh that's in the corner. And you know, you walk in and you know, if you're with some friends and they hear you say, I said,
Dude, who are you talking to? No, I'm talking to myself. Because Allah told me to do that.
Some of the scholars said, there's a hadith the prophet SAW, Selim said that angels guard your home when you're gone. So perhaps maybe you're saying Salaam to them as well, and they respond to your son.
Cool. But even if that's not the case, Alyssa say to yourself, that's how Allah gives you bottlecap that's how Allah blesses you when you walk into your home, when you walk into your home's give seller to you.
And look what Allah continues to hear Tim in in dilla. This is a greeting that came directly from Allah, meaning this is something that a lot taught you to do. He taught you this. This is his greeting. You know, because the salon is such a repetitive part of our lives. It's easily taken for granted, the value of a salon is easily overlooked. Because when you do something so repetitively, and it's become such a part of you, you have to train yourself to appreciate it each and every time and that's not an easy thing to do. That's why when you start off fasting in Ramadan, the first 10 days are like the best days of your life. But then the next 10 days, you're just like,
then the last 10 days, you're like, Oh, God, we're almost there. Eat is almost there. Because that's how that's what happens when you start building it as a habit. It eventually just kind of that excitement, the quality of the Act starts to dwindle. And I'll remind you here this Selim is from a selam it's from Allah himself. And he sends down his setup when you give Salah
min in dela and Allah says it's more about okay Tim by yerba It is so blessed and it is so good. That's how you walk into your home. No human being on the planet enters their home the way that the Muslim should enter their homes. Nobody. You say a salam to yourself houses empty. The first thing is you don't say Is anybody home? Oh, who's that? No, no, no, no, set them why they come to lucky about a cat to then Hello, anybody home. That's it. That's all alone once and Allah says that's Baraka for you. That's Baraka for you. And that's it, but it's sweet, you know, by Eva from the word playboy. playboy is also another word for perfume.
It's another word for perfume. So it's like this is a blessing fragrance, something so good for you and your home
can barely keep up, you know, like that is how we clarify local area, the area to have a lot look on Terra Pilon, so that in hopes you will sit there and reflect and ponder on these things. As I said to you, in conclusion, tomorrow inshallah we'll complete the last section of the sorta and complete the sorta itself. The only reason is that the next section, the final part of the suitor, has a lot to do with the Sierra of our Prophet alayhi salatu salam. So there's a lot of things that we want to talk about inshallah, so that we can really appreciate the messages here. So, here's what's next sudo Rockman surah, Yaseen and sudo Rockman. Together, that's my first choice. We can do a women's
fifth series, but again, just keep in mind what I mentioned in the beginning of this video, it's gonna be a long series, maybe 50 videos or more, I don't know. And with that, we need a booklet. Or the third topic is that we can continue with another tip sealed. And aside from suit as seen in Soto ramen,
I actually want to ask you all if there is a particular surah that you all are interested in, so I won't give a suggestion. So here's what we have. And I'm going to post this when I post the video, I'll add another post and say, Okay, here are the three choices. So it'll be sort of you guys seeing and they'll recommend that one or women's fit.
Let's two or number three, what sort of would you like?
What sort of would you want to study? And then we go from there inshallah Tada. For those of you who are joining us for the first time, all of these episodes are on my YouTube channel. So inshallah by tonight or maybe even tomorrow, you will see all of suta to note on my YouTube channel, as well as all the previous suitors that we've studied. They're already there. You're welcome to take your time, download them, do whatever you want, but take your time and go through them in sha Allah hotelera Allah, may Allah subhanho wa Taala reward all of you may Allah bless our dear chef, Chef nordrhein Mohammed, do karate mahalo, Tara honor Him, elevate him along me and accept him from
amongst his righteous Aloma amine, and metal las panatela give us the strength that we continue to study for his sake and complete disorder. B it's the letter Allah tomorrow in sha Allah, which is open below hydron Have a wonderful weekend. And may Allah azza wa jal bless you and bless your lives Allahumma Amin. So Take care everybody was said Mr Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh