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them and we ask Allah Subhan Allah to Allah to make us amongst those that abide by the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and by that are granted the companionship of the prophets of Allah Harney, who was salam in generated for those. Alana, I mean, your brothers and sisters when you consider your priorities in life and when you consider all of the things that go into your decision making process. When you take a step, be it dunya or acid based, whether it's something that's a worldly pursuit, or it's a pursuit of Allah's pleasure, when it's a small decision that has major input, that has minor implications, or it's a big decision that has major implications, if you
could analyze your own thought process, because this is not something that I can read. And this is not something that anyone else can tell you about yourself. If you could go through the things that you consider when you make a decision in life, whether it's for dunya, or for Dean, where do your priorities line up? You see, you could go through any book that tells you how you should think. And you can go through the Quran and the Sunnah, which tells you to put certain things in place and prioritize certain things. But at the end of the day, the condition of your heart will dictate your thought process. If you're a person that is materialistic, than whatever you're thinking about, the
first thing that's going to go through your mind is the dunya, your dunya filter, your worldly filter. And if you're someone that's asking you to oriented, your heart is oriented towards Allah subhanaw taala and towards the hereafter, even if it's a worldly pursuit, even if it's something of this dunya the first thing that's going to go through your head is how can I please Allah with this, if you're a family, man, and you love your family, then the the second or third, or whatever it is thing that's going to come to your head is going to be your family, you're going to place them in priority. How is this going to affect my family? If you're a person who looks for free time all the
time, if you're a person who likes to hang out, then the first thing you're going to consider is how much fun am I going to have with this if you're a person that's very passionate, that's very artistic, that's not scientific, right? All of these things are going to dictate what you do when you do and how you do. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he recognizes that we find many different orders from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to think about things in a certain way, and to orient our attitudes, our hearts in a way that when we approach the deeds that Allah subhanaw taala places in front of us, we approach them with the right attitude. And obviously, there
are different ways to approach this, you could approach it from the sense of are you considering the sight of Allah, or the sight of the people, which is the conversation between Exxon and the FARC the conversation between sincerity and working for Allah site or working for the site of the people, you can approach it from many different angles, but I want to approach it from the the way that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam approached it with a particular individual and he tied three things that seem that seem unrelated, but they're actually very closely related. I bet you have been on Saudi it'll be along with Tyler I know. He says that a man came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi
wa sallam. And he said to the Prophet slice, and I'm also need gives me advice. And obviously the prophets. I'm used to answer everyone in a different way when they would ask for advice. But the prophets lie some gave this man three advices that are very profound, and very deeply tied together. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, first and foremost, either come to the salah attic, when you stand up to pray, Solu Salatin are what their prayers if it is your final prayer, when you stand up to pray, pray as if it is your final prayer. That's actually this is actually the only authentic narration we have of the Prophet slice and I'm saying that he didn't use to say it before
Salah it's not something that he used to say before salaam per se, it's an advice that you live by so that when you're about to pray, you remind yourself this might be my last salah, and if this is my last prayer, then I'm going to treat it with a certain level of care because I know that the first thing I'm going to be asked about on the Day of Judgment is my salah is my prayer. So I want to make sure if I know that this is gonna be my last prayer that I do it to the best of my ability because in the Malema Allah will have our team as the prophet twice and I'm says your actions are judged by the last of them. So either contrary salata ik Solu Salatin more dare when you stand up to
pray, pray as if it is your last prayer. Then the second advice of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Well, teta Kela McCallum and Tatar the Roman who's Adam. That's profound advice. And it's not from quotes.com It's from the Sunnah of the Prophet slice Allah Muslim Imam Muhammad. Don't speak a word that you're going to have to apologize for tomorrow. Don't say things that you're going to have to say sorry for tomorrow. profound wisdom from the
prophets why Selim? Why, for the obvious reasons now, how do we connect it to the first one? Well, if you think it might be your last prayer, then obviously it might be your last prayer because there might not be a tomorrow. So if you're already orienting yourself in that particular way that today might be my last day on earth. And first and foremost, I need to correct my relationship with Allah subhanaw taala. Secondly, I mean, I need to make sure I don't do anything that's going to ruin my relationship with the people. And then also get me in trouble with Allah subhanho wa taala. Well, that's that's a column B column. And I tell you don't minha do not speak a word that you're going to
have to apologize for tomorrow. And the third thing the prophets lysozyme says, What Edgemere Alexa min Nafi alienness. The prophets lie Selim said give up hope in what other people have stopped looking to what other people have and making that your standard of success, that I want what he has now obviously told me the prophets lie Selim says there, there are two things that are more destructive to your faith than anything else. But dunya will total Emin loving the world too much and having false hopes, long hopes, Lululemon, your hopes always extend beyond your death, the date of your death will always come before you you accomplish things that you would hope to accomplish in
life, and you achieve things that you'd hope to achieve in life. It will always come before that even if you're at 90 100 years old, death will hit you before you achieve everything you wanted to achieve. Now, the problem is when those hopes are in the wrong things. When those desires are the wrong types of desires. It's not that you have dreams of doing great things in the world, it's that you have dreams of doing things that are very self satisfying and self serving.
And so the prophets lie Selim says, Stop looking at what other people have and making that your standard of success. Because if you do that, you will always be a miserable human being. You'll always be a miserable human being. And you can find sayings and every language and quotes in every culture, about how the grass is greener on. always greener on the other side are their neighbors biryani or MK Luba, depending on what culture you come from is always better than the one that served in your house. Everyone always has it better than you. Everyone always has something that you want. And when you look at what other people have too much, then you will automatically assume a
position of ingratitude for what Allah has already given you. And then a position of greed for what you don't have. You'll just be looking towards those things and wanting that I want what he has, I don't care what I have any I don't care about what I have anymore. It's not enough because that person has that. And you know, even the richest man in the world doesn't think he's rich enough. So the prophets lie some says and this is interesting, what engineering Yaxha means give up hope it you know, Alia says despair. It means to completely cut any hope and ever achieving whatever other people have. Just give up on what other people have. Obviously, the connection to the first two is
that you're already looking towards your hereafter. You're looking towards that which you will meet Allah Subhana Allah to Allah with rather than that which you will attain in this world. Now to connect these three let's start off with the first one inshallah to Allah more than, you know, and just focus on that for a moment. Solow Salatin, Mo Adair. Pray as if it is your last prayer. I want you to imagine and it's a very simple advice. It's really not much that you can dissect except if the news came to you that you were going to meet Allah subhanaw taala. At three o'clock, Deus would come to you at three o'clock. How would you pray the Salafi Jamar? How would your Salah be today?
Because you know, as a believer, the first thing you're asked about is Salah. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says that even when the side when the when the one who asked you in your grave asks you my MacBook, Who is your Lord, that the person who did not pray properly would not be able to answer that he would laugh hysterically, because it's not a question of what you know. Because if you're not a Muslim, if that's all it is preparing yourself for the questions in the grave is just knowing that I'm going to be asked mineral mineral book, who's your Lord? What's your religion? Who is your prophet? If I know that, that even if I'm the worst Muslim in the world, if I have that in
my mind, then I'll know even if I left Islam, even if even if I was an apostate, right? But I get into my grave and the angel comes to me and asked me not to Rob will come and be like, Oh, the Muslims are right. I know the answers to this. It doesn't work that way. If you weren't living your life in accordance with the law of Allah subhanahu it's Anna. A life of devotion to Allah Subhana Allah to Allah then when you're in that terrifying situation and the angel says Manuel book, you're not going to be able to answer. You're going to be at a loss of works. And when the prophets lie Selim says and it's really interesting because the first the prophets lie Selim says that there is a
piece of flesh in the body either sallow hat if it is good
Then everything is good, so hard to justify. Everything is good in the body. If your heart is good, everything else is good. And the prophets like some said, on the Day of Judgment, the first thing you will be asked about is your Salah, and if it is good, then everything else will be good. And if it is bad, then everything else will be bad. And when you connect these two things, it's when a person immersed himself in Salah with a heart that was attentive to Allah subhanaw taala and you can say well, what if that person used to do terrible things because that means that the person was not getting from his Salah what he should have been getting. So you can't say well wait a minute, what
if he prayed and he was a terrible human beings that means that his prayer was not good. Because if the Salah is good as ometer Mahabodhi Allah Tala anima says, decided not to be what cost so the Allah who I know half of Allah salata indica, Emiliana, half Antony Masiyiwa of the
hold on to your prayers because if you lose that you will lose everything else. So if you're praying properly with a heart that glorifies Allah subhanaw taala it affects your entire life. It's not just going to be a salaam alaikum warahmatullah Salam or aleikum wa rahmatullah spread, you know, saying peace on your right and then your left and then spreading corruption on the earth, it doesn't work that way. It will affect your behavior, at least for a few hours to hold you over to the next Salah it'll keep you as a decent human being, at least for a few hours. So when you approach your prayer, approach it like it's your absolute last prayer. Imagine how emotional you would be seriously. I
don't care if you're someone that takes your Salah, you know, income that doesn't take your Salah seriously at all. If you knew it was your last prayer, you'd act a certain way with that prayer. If you're sitting in the hospital, in your hospital bed, and your doctors telling you, you might not make it till tonight, you will pray in a different way. And even if you can't physically make your schedule, you can't physically prostrate in that hospital. But the sujood that you make without actually putting your face on the ground will be the most profound sujood in your life. Because your heart is attentive, you're paying attention to Allah, you're not distracted. Because you know,
what's your last time, this is my last chance to get it right. I'm going to make sure it's the best one that I've ever done. So when you get up for your prayer, approach it as if it's your last prayer. Now, why is that very important in the context of this entire Hadith, because if you think about what distracts you most insula, and what makes you rush through your Salah most it's because you're already thinking about what comes after it. I don't want you to actually start analyzing your thoughts in your Salah. But you know, while you're in salobre, think about what gets you moving through Salah very quickly. Why is it that you are reciting a little bit faster? Why are you going
through the motions faster? Why aren't you benefiting from the words even if you understand them? Why aren't you benefiting from them? Because your mind is already on what comes next. But what if there is no what comes next? What if you're not sure about that? Then you'll approach it differently. But the majority of what distracts us is what comes after the salon. I've got to make this phone call. I've got to do this. I've got to do that. You know, I'm going to tell him this or you're thinking about what something, something that just happened and how you can treat that situation. Right? You're daydreaming and Salah is rarely about ponies. It's about your money. It's
about other things. You're thinking about other things, that which comes after your salon. Stop right there. Think about your salon. Think about it as if it's your last time. Now the second word of advice. You see the first word of advice when we go to our salah, and our and we're already thinking about what comes next, then we're we're belittling or we're seeking to belittle Allah subhanaw taala or the Presence of Allah subhanaw taala. But when you speak in a way that you know that you're always going to have to say sorry, Willa Tazza Kalam be Kelemen Toledo minha. And don't speak words that you will have to apologize for tomorrow. It's because you're assuming that you will
have a chance to apologize. So the same problem with the first issue is here as well. It's present here as well, that you still think there is going to be a chance to apologize. What if that chance, isn't there?
How many people lose their loved ones without ever having had the chance to say sorry.
And as much as you'd like to convince yourself even if you spend $70,000 on a great tombstone and put a bouquet of flowers on that grave, it's not going to do anything. That cheap $2 single rose that you would have brought home
and simply showed a word of appreciation expressed the word of appreciation is worth far more than that. Because they could take it they weren't dead yet. Or you die first. How many people separate from their loved ones never having had the chance to say sorry. And even if you do have the chance to say sorry, how many times do we say sorry, but the damage that we've done? Is there
And it's not smart. When I talk to can be Kelemen tatto, the woman who got done, don't say things you're going to have to say sorry for, learn to stop yourself before you say words that you're going to regret. Before you put yourself in that awkward situation. And one of the prophets lie Selim, tell us about Angela to Mina shaitan. Even if the Hadith has a weakness in its chain, it's very profound. That haste is from the devil, whether or not women Allah, and taking things slowly, strategically, literally being calculated, and that is to be calculated being calculated in what you do, being calculated in what you say that's from Allah subhanaw taala, not being hasty and Imam Al
Ghazali Rahim Allah to Allah, He commented on that, and he said, you will find that the people that people that are most hasty in regards to this dunya are the ones that are most hesitant when it comes to good deeds. The people that rush to do things in regards to this dunya are the same ones that when they're called to do something good, they'll put up 1000 excuses, and they'll make it seem very logical, why they can do this good deed, why they can't do this great thing that they're doing, why they can't do this thing for the Ophira, you will find every excuse in the world, but when you're called towards your destruction in the hereafter to do something of this world that you will
have to regret, you're quick, you just jump right into it. And that's the story of Dean, not doing not doing something dumb in your temporary heedlessness that you're going to regret permanently, that's going to permanently damage you actually being able to stop yourself and control yourself before you write that email.
Before you post that status, before you tweet it out, you know the irony SubhanAllah. In this day, there are more ways of an agile, there are more ways to hasten your decision making to basically damage yourself than ever before. Because before you know, if you're really really angry, you don't have a phone to call anybody, you can't send that that dumb text message that's going to really hurt somebody, you have to go make your way over there. And even if you have the fastest horse in the world, it's going to take you some time to get there. And just naturally Time heals right will cool off on the way probably right now it's as soon as you get mad. Just pull out your phone and do
something really, really, really dumb. And you will regret it. And you will apologize for it. And you know, it's interesting, because sometimes we know we're gonna regret it. And that's why we say it quickly. Let me hurry up and press send on this email because I know that if I don't do it now that I'm not going to do it. So let me hurry up and do it. That's shaytaan
that's not smart. You could ruin yourself that way. There is a reason why there is a draft box. Leave it there for 24 hours. Allah subhanho wa Taala didn't create anything, the Abbath everything is created for a purpose. The draft box is there for a purpose. Think about it before you press sense. Think about it before you say don't always put yourself in a position where you have to say sorry.
Now Alhamdulillah we do have ways to repent. We do have ways to get out of situations but still think about it before you commit the sin before you do that which you're going to regret. And finally what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, What Admiral yessuh, Mina, VA the nurse and lose hope and everything that everyone else has. Why is that? Allah Subhana Allah Allah gives you something, you set standards for yourself, your own accomplishments, this is what you want to achieve. And then suddenly, when you achieve those things, when you accomplish those things, and you see what others have, suddenly it's no longer that great. Now the brothers and sisters, to summarize
this entire Hadith to some to put it all in perspective, and where we stand with Allah and the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in regards to our actions. We find that everything in our religion pushes us to be smart, to be grateful to think before we act. Imam Hassan Abbas Rahim Allah to Allah, He says, Lisa, and many what are called the he were called, will surgery or or rissani. He says that the tongue of the believer is behind his heart, whereas the heart of the Father of a person whose wicked is behind his tongue and what he means by that, he says that before a believer speaks, he considers it with his heart. He thinks about it, he considers it is this going to be good
for me? And my dunya and my Deen, is this the right thing to do? Whereas a wicked person always speaks first and then he goes back and considers it after he's already said it. We need to learn to not be reckless to not do things that are going to harm us in the Afia to be smart to be calculated. That's why this is a dean where we seek nasiha from one another we seek advice from one another. We ask each other and he mama no Rahim Allah to Allah he says that st Shara seeking advice from people is just as important as istikhara which is seeking advice from Allah subhanaw taala seeking direction from Allah seeking advice from
People before you do something, ask people, ask people that are going to help you see things through and then pray your istikhara and don't pray your istikhara convinced prayer is Tahara with an open hearts that whatever happens I am satisfied with you know we even want answers to that I prayed a staccato now let me go to sleep and hopefully I'll see some colors. It doesn't work that way. There is no Hadith about colors. You seek direction from Allah and then you proceed. And you wait. And you calculate, and you think, is this good for my dunya or my Deen? You know, subhanAllah even with Paula even with an issue like divorce, for example, you know, I get asked this question all the
time. And every Imam gets asked this question you asked him I'm Nadeem. You asked? Yes. Yes. Have you asked him? I'm spending you ask him. I'm gonna ask anyone about this question. Chef. I divorced my wife when I was angry, doesn't count.
How many people divorce their wives while while they're happy? That doesn't happen. Of course you divorced her while you were angry. That's why you divorced her in the first place. How angry were you? But didn't the prophets lie? Some say that a lot of Paula colada that divorce and anger doesn't count. No. The prophets lie. Selim is talking about a specific level of anger. When you don't know what you're saying. When you have lost your mind, you're breaking things and you don't even remember what you said. That's the type of anger the prophets lysozyme is talking about? Not I was angry. So I started to throw all these hurtful words. No, you need to control yourself. And that's why the
prophets lie Selim taught there is a difference between a palapa Sunni with a logical boundary. A Talaq, that's, that's an innovation, the prophets lice and I'm said if a person wants to divorce they have they should wait for their wife to go through a cycle and then to be purified again and to think about it. He puts time there's a barrier there to think.
Think about it. Think before you speak. Think before you act. How to midnight Awesome. Well, the Allahu Taala and Rahim Allah, he said that Agile is only praiseworthy, being hasty is only praiseworthy, when the salah time comes when the janazah is established, and when you're paying back a debt. Other than that, you need to learn to calm down, slow down, and not pay attention as the profit slice. And I'm sad to what other people have. Because if you look at what other people have, suddenly your house is small, suddenly, your car is not new enough, suddenly, your phone's not that great, suddenly, all of these things don't matter to you anymore. And you want more and more and
more and more. So your Salah will continue to be distracting. Because you'll continue to think about what more you can achieve. And you will continue to do things that are going to not be in your favor in the future. And you're going to continue to dig yourself deeper in a hole of mercy and a hole of disobedience where you distance yourself from Allah subhanaw taala. And of course, what is shaitan? do after you make a mistake? Say one who pushes you and prods you and says Say it press sons? Say it hurry up and say it. You know, if you hit him now it's gonna hurt more because you're more angry. Say it to her. Now you know you're in the middle of an argument. You can't lose this argument. Go
ahead, say it. Now. That same shape on that tells you commit the sin when you know you'll have a chance to make Toba you'll have a chance to seek forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala. But how many times is the sin going to be this good? Go ahead and do it now.
And then what happens when you do it? Shavon comes back to you and says man, you're terrible. You think Allah would forgive you? Why would you even bother to make justify? Why would you even bother to seek forgiveness from Allah? Why would you even bother to call that person you think they're really gonna forgive you, they're gonna hold it against you for the rest of your life. You might as well not even apologize. You might as well Maintain your dignity. You might as well just stay firm. keep ruining yourself more because it's not gonna get any better. Just keep going and going and going and going. And then Imam Al Ghazali Rahim Allah Allah said that the lowest point that a person
reaches, is when not only do they not seek forgiveness from Allah subhanho wa Taala to seek to be forgiven by Allah. Not only do they not seek forgiveness from the people that they hurt to be forgiven by those people, but they don't know how to forgive themselves.
On so what do they do? Despair? Allah doesn't want that from you. La takana Tolman Rahmatullah in the La Jolla. Pharaoh Zumba Jamia, do not despair from the mercy of Allah Subhana Allah Allah, Allah forgives all sins, you know what, even if you wronged someone
and you went to that person and you really tried to make it up to them and they didn't forgive you, Allah will not hold you accountable for it on the Day of Judgment. If you were sincere in that, even if you wronged someone and you really went to them and try to make up trying to get it over with try Allah will not hold you accountable. Because Allah Subhana Allah Allah forgives all sins in the lie of Pharaoh the noble Jamia in the whole world for Rahim Allah subhanaw taala is Most Forgiving and most Merciful. You know what the next ISS what an evil Isla Robbie como se Mola
Now that you know that Allah will always forgive you run back to him, go back, hurry up, Rush bad you will Armada slightly rushed towards that which is good. Stop hesitating when something presents itself to you. That is a good opportunity for you in this dunya and the ocular, rush towards those things and hold back. Be wise, have patience, suberb patience with everything that you face in life, so that you don't do things in your temporary heedlessness that will permanently damage you. We ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to protect us from the evil of ourselves, to protect us from tongues that are too fast from hearts that are too hard. We ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to grant us
wisdom, to grant us sincerity, to grant us the pursuit of the Ophira and to make the pursuit of the Hereafter greater than our pursuit of this dunya and we ask Allah subhanaw taala that we never compromise our status in the art hero seeking status in this dunya Allahumma Amin Akula Cody hada was stuck for a while you will come when he started Muslim infested fill in the hole for wine.
hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Juana Illa. Anna Lolli mean will outlive her children McLean Lama Sadio Salim robotica Abdi Kota suka Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa salam, ala alihi wa sahbihi wa salam to Sleeman Kathira the brothers and sisters the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he says, I'm sick, Lisa, Nick, hold your tongue wept Kiana papaya and cry over your sins while you're sad Kobe took and hold to your home in times of Fitton hold yourself back from things physically that will ruin you. And I want to end with this very particular story. I'm gonna be a photographer the Allahu Teina I'm home
he wants saw Abacha Sadiq or the Allah Tala and who's holding his tongue and I will record all the Allah and who literally was holding his tongue and Omar will the Allahu Allah and who said tiff it Allah who lacks stop, what are you doing? May Allah forgive you, and I will record all the Allah Allah says in the harbor, I will run in my wallet, this tongue has taken me to very, very dangerous places. This tongue has ruined me. That's the standard apobec It'll the Allahu Taala and who held himself to you can look through the entire seat of our vehicle, the Allahu Anhu and you will not find the man being foul. You will not find the man backbiting you will not find the man saying
things that are displeasing to Allah subhanho to Allah. But at the end of the day, hold yourself, hold yourself to a higher standard than the people. If everybody else is reckless. If everybody else is backbiting and not considering the implications of their backbiting. If the other person doesn't care enough for their ocular, to fight with you and yell at you and say things that are displeasing to Allah subhanaw taala I don't have to be that person. I can stop myself, I can control myself. And that's what's praiseworthy to Allah subhanaw taala and at every moment of our lives, we're being called towards these two directions, either that which is of temporary joy, at the expense of our
Ophira are that which is temporary restriction for the sake of our Africa for the sake of our hereafter and we ask Allah subhanaw taala to make us amongst those that heed the true promise which is the Promise of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah and ignore the promise of the shaytaan when he tells us that we will find a way out we ask Allah subhanho to Allah to forgive us for all that we have done in the past and to help us through all that will happen in the future and to forgive us for those things that we do knowingly and unknowingly. Lama filipiniana will want me nuts when a misdemeanor when a Muslim and Allah here a minimal amount in SME or in the Caribbean would be
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