Etiquettes Series #01

Nadim Bashir

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Allah subhanho wa Taala in the Quran he says was an illegal keytab TB urine and equally shame. We have sent down a book the Quran, TV Jana liquidly che which clarifies everything for us. It makes everything easy for us. Allah subhanho wa Taala another place in the Quran he says, Well Kula che in for Salah who have sila Allah subhanho wa Taala he has sent down everything that is everything that He has given to us. Everything is explained to us. And everything in our deen has been explained to us and demonstrated by none other than Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam today you shall I want to keep this very, very brief because before this, I will we were talking about the o'clock of the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and more importantly, how did Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam treat everyone how did he interact with everyone? But inshallah starting next week on Mondays, we're going to start a new series inshallah till the month of Ramadan, which is going to be emphasizing on the idea of of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. See there's a key difference between the word o'clock in Adam or adab. Between UCLA and adapt, there's a difference. Many times when you pick up a book, it might say a clock, you're thinking it's a dub, you see the word either it means a clock. Now there are two different things I dub is more in line with etiquettes of life.

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And someone a mother explained the difference that UCLA is, is etiquettes and o'clock are your morals. And someone a mother explained the difference that our clock has more to do with your personality, with more of who you are as a person. That is why Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he says that the fire of Jahannam is haram, the fire Jahannam is haram upon a person who is as a Prophet alayhi salam says Kulu Kulu Hagen lay in saloon, and they all are very similar to one another Kulu Hagin Hagin me someone who is humble. That's why Allah says Allah veniam Shuna Aldi, how nun when they walk on Earth, they're very, very humble. And then the other is some says lay in

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lay means easy going. They're not they don't have a very rough personality, they have a very easy going personality. And not only that, but then the profile itself also says salon salon also means a very easygoing kind of personality. They're not worried about getting revenge from others. Don't worry about getting even with others, they're not after others. They are very easy personality. Anyone can approach them, anyone can come to them and talk to them. In fact, we find from us allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that his own son in law allinone Allah, one would come and talk to him about certain affairs and certain things that a son in law would never bring up even to their own

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father in law, but because the fact of the Prophet it is some was so easy going, he could understand everyone he understand, he understood sympathy, he understood empathy. So this is why we need to learn who about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So love has more to do with yourself. And this is also the reason why it is called a flock. Because the word Allah comes to the word Holika Holika means for ALLAH SubhanA wa to create something in a perfect way. When Allah subhanho wa taala. He says

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Nakada Hala canal in sun, Allah use the word Holika again, and the word Allah comes in the word Halaqaat. What does it mean? It means Allah created the human being, and the perfect shape and form. Likewise, when Allah Subhan talks about a clock, a clock is something that is the fitrah of a person. So when we talk about Adam, Adam is how we interact with others, how we talk to others, how we do things that is pleasant towards others, for example, when a person says even when the person just opens the door for an elderly person that is considered as Adam but is that o'clock? No, it's Adam, where is the o'clock portion in this the clock portion is that they are easygoing. They are

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respectful towards other others. So this is why there's a difference between o'clock and Adam. Now here's the key thing. The reason why I'm talking about this also, even though many of you may say I know everything about o'clock I know everything about Adam, well if that's the case, Allah subhanho wa Taala in the Quran, he says what a pain was salah, what are two Zakah okay masala wa

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to soccer someone could have said yeah Allah okay you got the point across you set up a masala one time you set out to soccer one time we got the point but yet right now in the entire Ummah does the majority that oh my pray or they don't pray you told me they don't pray despite the fact that Allah is saying a theme was Salah does majority the OMA pay there is a cut yes or no, no, despite the fact that Allah is saying Zika is not about that we have to always hear something that is new. Sometimes we need to be reminded about the basics of our deen. And the reason why I'm also talking about this is because many of us many times we are so obsessed when it comes to our children, about teach them

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Quran, teach them this teaching them that we want them to learn about everything. But Wallahi When I observe our children who come to the masjid, children of religious families, children of non religious families, children who go to public school children who go to, to Islamic school, the one thing that I'm seeing, which is is basically we're on a decline is o'clock and especially add up our kids. Unfortunately, they don't have that Adam, when many of you when you were growing up overseas, the ad that was taught to you, you know, we were taught Adam, okay, we were taught adult in our families, we were taught how to do things. Today in this day and age, we're not teaching those kinds

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of things to our children. So no matter what's happening doesn't matter how much they know about Dean if they don't have a clock, and they don't have especially if they don't have other walleye they are deprived from very much so that is why in sha Allah bring your kids also on Monday night inshallah we'll be discussing what is the dub that is taught in US taught taught to us in our deen this is something that I want the parents to listen very carefully, but at the same time I want you to teach your children and when it comes to either a dove is not taught overnight, you have to keep on pounding your children with the teachings of the other what is other what is other keep on

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reminding them will lie there comes a point in their life that then is part of their DNA is part of who they are it becomes part of their personality. When I was a child I was taught adult okay, I was taught up later on when I got to a certain point in my life now is part of who I am I don't need to be reminded about again, but I understand it and not only that but in life then you will learn you learn the foundation of other when you're when you are a young child, but then you learn some more you know etiquettes and so forth and it gets more adult as you progress inshallah in life, but the foundation has to be set from now and unfortunately, many of us as parents, we're not teaching our

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kids adult even if we remind them once or twice then we just let them go on their own way. No, we have to keep on reminding them. This is if you ask me right now this is I feel like one of the greatest tragedies of our time our kids will Allah He don't have any adult they don't have a dog at home. They don't have a dumb inside the masjid they don't have a dog with a with a guest they don't have a dog with strangers. They don't have they're lacking adult walleye in a very in a very great way. So that is why on Monday nights inshallah we'll be talking about what is adopt every single place what is adapt, what are the etiquettes of every single thing in our life once again we need to

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know these kinds of things and then teach them why because our Dean once again well Kula che in for Salah hoot of sila everything has been explained to us. So inshallah this will be going on in sha Allah starting next week Inshallah, on Monday nights Inshallah, come bring your kids Inshallah, if you cannot bring your kids because they're going to school and so forth. Whatever you learn from here, teach that to your kids in sha Allah, I ask ALLAH SubhanA whether to grant us a clogged the clock of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and most importantly also may Allah subhanaw taala teach us and our kids inshallah of the next generation I'm gonna go beyond I mean, what is that

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