We All Are TEACHERS!
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back home or monitor illa huwa Rasulullah for the first 1000 All the muscled up Allahu dalim financed Hadith Kitab Allah wa Hodor how do you how do you Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was shot a little more important to her what will be the what will be the art in Bala Wakulla dot infinity I'm about I asked Allah subhana wa Tada that just as he has gathered us here today on this day of GEMA May Allah subhana wa Tada gather us along with our families in gentle for those who Allah, it the companionship of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and more importantly, without any accountability. I mean the Yarrow but I mean,
between the time of ESRD Salam and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam. If you say the scene of the Prophet alayhi salam and the events that transpired before the advent of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam you will learn that this world was
plunged into darkness. This is why Allah subhanho wa Taala when he decided that he wanted to take the world out of darkness and he wanted to bring nude to this world, he sent the Quran and Allah subhanho wa Taala This is why he says in the Quran, kitab moon and Zillah who illegally took region NASA mean Illuminati in a node? We gave you this Quran so you can take people out of darkness. What darkness are we talking about before the Prophet SAW Salem? We're talking about deceit. We're talking about people not trusting each other. We're talking about oppression. We're talking about a killing. We're talking about ignorance. And just across the board, there were just so many injustice
is taking place on earth, that people were looking for some kind of guidance. And Allah subhana wa Taala he sends the Quran and Allah subhanho wa Taala in the very first revelation, he told us allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it got Bismillah because he Haluk Holika inside I mean Allah, a Quran, Google Chrome Ellery I live in a column, I live in Santa malam. Yalom five verses of the Quran were revealed to the Prophet SAW Salem, and in a nutshell, I know there's a lot of seed of these ayat but in a nutshell, there were three things that the Prophet Allah you some is being told to do. Number one is it cannot read the Quran, previous nations, other religions, only the elite will read their
book here Allah subhanho wa Taala saying that no, the entire Muslim Ummah. Ikara read the Quran, everyone must connect with the Quran. Number two is reteach Olivia Allah Bill alum, the one who taught Surah Surah Sam is being told that he has to teach he has to educate his people. And not only that, but how do you educate people in how do you preserve knowledge and the the analemma Bill column by writing it by documenting information and knowledge, this is how knowledge gets transferred from one generation to the next generation and the and the system goes on. So Allah subhanho wa Taala is telling the properties some reading, writing and teaching is what you are going
to do for this OMA and SubhanAllah. Even after this, if you say the CEDAW after these four after after these revelations, there was not a revelation for a while. There was a revelation for a while and then after that Allah subhanaw taala revealed certain wisdom and instead of more depth and so forth, but during this time was less than was already a prophet after the Quran was revealed even more than Allah subhanho wa Taala he said to the Prophet it is Salam Nakada mana Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala had sign on you. Allah has has bestowed His favor upon you as a result of what Lakota men Allahu Allah menina if Bartha fee him rasool and Allah showed mercy to the believers by
sending within them a prophet, what will that Prophet do? Is Botha fie him Rasul Allah min unfussy him yet Lu Allah him it, this prophet will recite the Quran to the people where you where you are living whom will Kitab al hikmah. And this is the key thing he would teach. He would educate people Roswall some would teach The Book of Allah, and this word hikma, even though journey means wisdom, but majority of tafsir they say that here ACHEMA is in reference to his Sooners. So the so Allah is saying that the Prophet alayhi salam will teach his sunnah he will teach the Quran and then he will also purify them. So we learn that just like there are so many different roles that you can play in
the community. And there are so many important roles that people have to play in the community, such as people or educators, there are doctors, there are leaders, there are community leaders, there are military leaders, there are school teachers that we have, for example, every one of these people, they do exist in every single community. But when we say the life of the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, we learned that Subhanallah he will he was all these things. He was a counselor. He was an educator. He was he was a mother and a father and a family man. He was a community leader. He was a military leader, and he was so many things at one time, and he was also an exemplary teacher.
Brothers and sisters. You may ask if I were to ask you this question. In fact, the who is a teacher who is a teacher, you will say that there are teachers the only teachers that do exist in a community are school teachers, or college teachers or university teachers, but the reality is brothers and sisters, we all are teachers. We all are teachers. A mother is a teacher a
Father is a teacher, a grandmother and grandfather are also teachers, relatives, uncles and aunts are teachers to their nephews and their nieces. Older siblings are teachers to their younger siblings. And we also have religious leaders that are teachers to the entire community. You have community leaders that are also leaders and teachers to the entire community. If any of you feel that I'm not a teacher, I'm a probably a doctor, or I'm an engineer, or I'm an attorney, or I'm an IT expert. Yes, you are. This is how you earn money. This is how you earn an income. But you all we all when it comes to our children. And when it comes to others, we all are teachers, we all are
going to be teaching in some capacity. And the question is that what can we learn from us allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as being a teacher, once again, Allah subhanho wa taala. He says in the Quran, that lapada Kala confit Rasulillah he was what an Hasina. The best example for all of us is the example of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So Allah subhanho wa Taala he sent out privately some as a teacher, and he taught us that what are some key things that we can do when it comes to teaching others once again, we all are teachers, and if we're not teaching anyone today, there will come a time where we will where we will be teaching someone else, what are today you
Shala in this brief hotbar I will share with you six things today inshallah six things that every single teacher should keep in mind when it comes to teaching others. The very first thing when it comes to teaching others and being an example for others is that you have to be in your natural element, you have to be yourself, a teacher cannot put on a different persona, a teacher cannot put on a different personality. A teacher can only connect with their students, when they are in their natural element. When it comes to us as parents and we're teaching our children, we have to be our true selves. You cannot tell your children one thing and then do something else. You cannot tell
them that you do one thing and even though I'm your father, and I'm your I'm your mother, and I do something that is wrong, I want you to do something that is right. This is something that often parents tell their children and this is not the correct way to approach this kind of matter. If you truly want to be a role model for someone you truly want to teach someone you have to live by those teachings to begin with. This is why I shadow the Allah Allah. Our mother she says about the prophets of salaam Khanna, Hulagu Al Quran, his o'clock was the Quran. When you want to see the Quran being demonstrated. You look at Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when you want to, when
you observe the prophets of Salaam, you will see that he is exhibiting the Quran. So that is why it is very important that as teachers, as those who are educating ours, or our own children, or educating anyone in our family, or educating children in the community, we have to be our true selves. At the end of the day, who am I lying to, I can put on a different persona and act like as if I'm someone else, but we truly know who we are. And if there's one thing that we learned, so beautiful from the from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it was that he'd never had different masks. He never had different personalities. Today, we do not have just one or two
personalities. We have multiple personalities. Sometimes we act different in the masjid, when it comes to educating our children. We act differently when it comes to our friends, we act differently. When we are around other people. We act differently. Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was not a man who had multiple personalities, he only had one personality. That is why his students were very effective. It did not matter who he was teaching, but they will learn from Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, because they knew that he was a genuine man. And as long as you know that your teacher is a genuine person, you can connect with them. And you feel appreciated
that what you're getting from the teacher is truly what they believe in. So this is why the very first thing that we learned as being educators. And once again, as I said earlier, we all are educators in some capacity. The very first thing is that we have to be ourselves and we have to be in our natural element. The second thing is that when it comes to reprimanding someone, what do we learn from Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. See there are some parents who believe that let me always be soft with my children. And there are some parents who believe that no, I grew up with my parents being harsh with me and Hamdulillah I grew up to be a successful man, a successful woman.
Now I'm going to treat my children in the same exact way. By the way, I'll you know the Allah
Alon who says that you should never raise your children and the way you were raised, because times are always different. I'm not talking about core values. I'm talking about methods. I'm talking about techniques. That's what I'm talking about here. Many of us sitting over here, we were raised in different ways. We cannot expect that we can raise our children the same way when it comes to methods and techniques. But nonetheless, Rasulullah salAllahu alayhi wa sallam was a balanced person. There were times when he was soft. But there were times when he was also harsh. And there were times also that he will not say only thing or do anything, but he will make a verbal sound
also, let me give you some examples. First of all, is that when you talk about the properties I'm being soft, there was a an incident one time there was a somebody by the name of Malawi able to hack them a tsunami. He's praying salad with the Jamar Iris was some is leaning Salaat doing this a lot. One man sneezed. So he did not know the outcome of salaat He said your hammock Allah. Now when he said to get hammock Allah, it was during that time, where it was you could look around and so forth, and so on, as we know that there's the salaat went through different stages.
But nonetheless, he said your hammock Allah and people began to stare at him while in the salaat. Now he's looking at them. This is a this is a young man or your child. He's looking at them and he's thinking, why is everyone staring at me for and he's looking at them. And he's asking Why are you staring at me? And then they began to they began to the Hadith says that they began to strike their their shin or their legs, beasts basically trying to get a point across to him that stay quiet. You're not to say you had hummock Allah and you're solid Roswaal some is still leading his Salaat after that, he says while he says Abraham smees salami. He says I stayed quiet. I got the message.
What these people are trying to say to me, and I stayed quiet. After the slot was over. Look what happens. Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam calls him and I want you before we understand what the profiling is some did. Think about us in our situation. Imagine if you have children today running around in the salon in the masjid. When you have children or someone is talking in the salon, or someone is disrupting the slot here more IWEA is disrupting the salon than one away. Here. He's causing a scene during the salaat imagine a child were to create a scene during this slot right away we would you know, we will stare at him. We will stare at the father or the mother and we look
at them in a very rude and disrespectful way. What did was was some do once again we learned from Ernesto the Allahu Allah, he was always very soft in his approach, even in this case, why we I was called to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he says to the Prophet Sal, Allahu Allah, he was sending him for, for,
for VIB Whoa, me, Mara, a tamale, Lehmann Coppola, who was the who asked Natali my men who he swears upon his mother and father. He says, I have never seen a more amazing educator than Rasulullah salAllahu alayhi wa salam, this is what he said. And then he says the word of the Prophet it is some do. He never got upset with me. He says when I don't Albany, he never hit me. Today, when children cause a scene during salad, most of the time to get a they get something off of that, right? Their parents might hit them and so forth. He never hit them. This is the words of the problem. This is the board's of the hobby. When I borrow money, he never hit me. When I shutter money. He never said
harsh words against me. And then all that he did to this hobby was he says that when we are praying Salat, these are not the things that we do during the salah. That's all he said. This is the prophesy some being soft in his approach. Then on the other hand, you have another man who came inside the measure that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he and I want to miss the Raka. So what did he do? He made record literally if you were to see someone do this today, you will see that what a foolish man this person is this person in order to prevent from missing the Raka. He made Hoopoe from the door. And while he's in school, he's walking in the state of ruku so that he doesn't
miss his raka later on somebody informers hula sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam that we saw this man, very awkwardly in the state of ruku. He's walking all the way so that he doesn't miss his ID aka the province. I'm called him. Did you do this? Yes, I did this. He says look at the words. It's so amazing. If you think about it, look at the word selection of the Prophet Sal. Allahu Allah was some he says, I admire your enthusiasm. This one he says, I admire your enthusiasm. But next time join this a lot and then make your recall. He first provided you see you know when you want to give someone some constructive criticism. It is always ideal for leaders also that you always provide
some good feedback. Always say something that can bring you together first. Often people when they
He's trying to provide constructive criticism, they hit the ground running by providing only criticism. Whenever you want to provide some good, some constructive criticism to someone, you always say something that is positive. Look at Roswell, Salem, in such a soft approach. He's saying, I admire enthusiasm. But this is not the way we do things. This is how the property is some was soft. Yes, there were times when he was harsh also, for example, when a when a boom was so old, was hitting his slave. And he was beating him and the Prophet SAW Salem, he called out his name very harshly. I was, like, you know, when we call our children's name in a very harsh manner, he called
him out in the same way. And he says, What is this doing? What are you doing? He says that this isn't there's no there's no justice, to harm or cause oppression to anyone. And then he reminded him that just like today, you feel like you have power and superiority and authority over him, there will come a day where Allah is going to have power and superiority and authority over you to keep that in mind. And then there were times where he would just use a verbal kind of gesture, or a verbal kind of sound, like in the case of Hassan, his grandson, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam received a, you know, a small pile of dates as sadaqa to be distributed in Medina, and his
son, his grandson comes, and it is not allowed for the family of the province on them to take sadaqa they can take a gift, but they cannot assume sadaqa and his child comes in, he just gets he just picks up one. And what do you say? It's an Arabic basis.
It was it was like a verbal expression that, you know, when we say when some kids or they do things wrong, we say, right, we do these kinds of things, right? That's fine. But you know, when you the Prophet Allah your son was very gentle, even though he said,
That's all he did. He never slept on the head. He never tried. Tell him that. Don't you understand how many times I've told you, that's all you did. He says, Give the child put it down. And that is it. So once again, there are times when we have to reprimand, but we learned from the prophet of salaam that you look at the situation, majority of the times the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was very soft in his approach. Then another the third thing that we learned as a teacher is that a teacher always understands their audience. Whenever they convey a message, they convey a message based on the intelligence and the understanding of the audience. To give you the best example, we
will go back to the Quran. Allah subhanho wa taala. If you say the monkey sutras and the Madani sutras, ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala there is a certain pattern that takes place with a monkey sutras that you don't see what the Madani sutras, for example, often in the MKi sutras, Allah subhanho wa Taala does not mention his name. Often Allah does not mention his name, Allah. Why? Because whenever the Quran should hear the name of Allah, they will just close your ears right away. They never want to hear anything with the name of Allah subhana wa Taala in it, versus the sutras that were revealed in Medina, because the Jewish community overall they never had a problem with Allah. They believe in
Allah and a certain capacity, but they had a problem with the prophethood of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they said that he is he is from the lineage of Israel, and we are waiting for a profit from the lineage of his Hawk Alayhis Salam, they had a problem with the Prophet sallallahu it was said to him not in terms of their belief in Allah subhanho wa taala. So the point is that in the medina sutras, you will see often that Allah subhanho wa Taala mentioned his name of Allah subhanho wa taala. Often you see in the murky sutras that whenever there is the aisles are short because poetry was a huge deal in the muck in the muck and times in Medina, that was not the case. So in the
McKee sutras, you will see shorter verses, they rhyme with each other, they connect with each other, either some Sukkot we rot way the new jewel Monica wrought with algebra, so you're not waiting every shadow on the all end in us in a similar manner. Why? Because Allah subhanho wa Taala is teaching us a very valuable lesson, that when you talk to anyone, you have to know your audience, he knew that if I if I were to say this in this manner, this will connect with the Quran. The Quran loved parallels the loved examples, go sell your soul to the idea that the first half of the surah is only about horses. Why about horses, because the Quran loved horses. So the point is, you have to know
your audience. If you're talking to your teenage son, you got to give examples that he will understand. You cannot talk to them in a way that you are believing them. When you're talking to your younger children. You have to understand that they're not they're not like the older children. You have to give them more simpler examples. You have to you know, you have to water down some concepts for them to understand. So the third thing about any teacher is that you have to understand your audience and know who you're talking to. But number four is a teacher always demonstrates at
teacher always teaches in stages and slowly and gradually. One thing that we learn for example, one time a man as Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the yellow sola, how do you perform will do. Now the Prophet alayhi salam could have said, You know what, wash your hands this many times, wash your face this many times and so forth. That's not what I saw some did. What did the property some do, he actually asked for a vessel of water. And then he practically demonstrated will do in from the sahaba. Rather, you're allowed to run home often and when our children come to us, they don't know how to do something, just don't give them verbal instructions and go do something. Sometimes
you have to go and show them practically, it may be once it may be two times three times fine. But sometimes, you know, all of us, Allah Subhan has created us differently. Some people they learn by seeing other people, there are different methods of learning. So some people, some children, they learn by seeing it being demonstrated in front of them, verbal instructions are not sufficient for them. So we learned from a sua sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, that when someone who asked questions sometimes as well, Salam would demonstrate it out for them, so that it's a learning opportunity for everyone else. We also learn from Judah, even Abdullah, the Allah one, that when it came to the
Prophet alayhi salam teaching them, he would teach them the stages, gradually, slowly and gradually, even when it comes to our children. And we're teaching anyone else, teach slowly and gradually start off from from, from a whenever you teach someone, you start off from a larger concept, and you slowly and gradually zoom into the what you need to talk about. So that is why there's always these kind of late learning techniques that we have to always keep in mind. Number five,
a teacher always provides reinforcement, by sometimes by repeating something we often find from allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, that if there was something extremely important, he will always repeat it. Now, a lot of times we feel that if I repeat something, if I would tell my child over and over and over again, and after repeat something again and again, then you feel like why am I why am I explain to him? Is he not smart enough? Is she not smart enough and so forth? Aren't they intelligent enough? Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam always will give three instructions, he will if there was something very important, he will say it three times. And not only that, but then
he will say even later on also to remind other people. So that is why if there are times when our kids need demonstration, or any kid, if I'm teaching anyone and I'm in a position, or in a capacity as a teacher, if I need to teach and demonstrate multiple times, or explain them multiple times, let it be when you go to universities, when you go to when you go to schools and so forth. A math teacher, a science teacher, they don't sit there and say, You know what, why don't you understand, if the child does not understand this math concept, they will teach it in different ways. They will teach it in different ways. They will teach it as long as they need to, in order for the child to
understand that formula or that concept. Likewise, we find from Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And lastly, a teacher always, always asks questions to their students in order for them to understand. You know, I will say this that in most Islamic schools and the way majority of us we teach is that there's a lot of information dumping when it comes to our children. The Sahaba did this the Prophet some did this and there's a lot of information for that child to process. But you know, one thing about our Quran and our deen is our deen is about, you know, thinking reflection, our deen is about critical thinking. Our game tells us that sometimes you have to look at things and
think critically, you know, an Allah analyze something. Often when you go to Islamic schools, you will see often the same thing, or Sunday schools and so forth. When the kids are being taught. There's a lot of information dumping, there's just there sharing a whole lot of information. The teacher expects the child to memorize everything, they cannot memorize everything. The better way is always ask them questions. Why do you think also some did this? Why do you think Allah subhana wa did this now of course I'm not saying that we are questioning ALLAH SubhanA wa I'm not saying that. But when it comes to our dean, we have to get their critical thinking you know their ability, you
know going when it comes to r&d and this is why in our Dean also we find that the rubber so long why you some would ask questions he would ask such as a DeLuna man worthless. Do you know what a bankrupt person is? He would ask them after the Runa malarkey. But do you know what Heba is? He will ask them, Do you know that Runa a Yeoman had a Do you know, which they this is, there were a lot of times where the prophet saw him, he would ask the Sahaba questions, and then they would ask and they will respond back. And finally, I will say the most important thing is, and I don't have time to go into this too much, but whenever we provide advices always try to provide positive advices rather
than negative advices.
We often as we have grown up, don't do this, don't do this, don't do this, don't do this, don't do this. Rather than that, do this, do this. Psychologically speaking, there was a study that took place where children were in a classroom setting where they were told, don't do this, don't do this, don't do this, don't do this, and how they were processing information, versus then the teacher changed up their method. And the teacher just kept on focusing on do this, and do this and do this and do this. And the T and the kids were able to grasp a whole lot more and there and not only that, but their nature was very, very positive in that sense. So that is why also we learn from the
Prophet SAW Salem that often there were times yes, we will say that don't do this. Even the Quran we find that Allah subhanho wa Taala says, Don't do this, but often we find our deen that there is more positive reinforcement. So these are things that we learn from the Prophet sallallahu it was setting them and as teachers we all find ourselves in once again, in a position of teaching educating others, we tried to apply these kinds of teachings for the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and these methods in these techniques, and inshallah it will be very beneficial for us and our families and the children that we are trying to educate Mirabal on I mean, Barack Obama, and I welcome Fuqua and
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