Sahih Al-Bukhari 4-12-2016

Omar Suleiman


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The speakers discuss the concept of "will do" as a prerequisite to actions, but it is not an act of worship. They emphasize the benefits of fasting for health and weight management, the importance of rewarding people for their behavior, and the use of money in charity. They stress the need to show oneself to others and avoid being caught in the "slough" of social classes, and emphasize the importance of showing oneself to others and avoiding being caught in the "slough." They also discuss the importance of customer satisfaction in their business, and how it is a key factor in their success. They emphasize the need to show oneself to others and avoid being caught in the "slough."

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Welcome to law here with the Council.

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Mr. Heyman hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah carrying on early he was so happy he was salam to see him and cathedra

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so we come now in sha Allah Tana, actually, um, you know, as I did a couple of times when a hadith is overly technical, and it's not necessarily relating to what we what we would expect to encounter today, I tend to just mention how it fits into the book and then I move on, but inshallah to those of you that want to study it on a smaller level on a smaller basis and shallots on it, then we can do that. I do plan on as we go through the rest of the site at Behati. We're pretty much done. Kitabi Limon, we're at the very end of the book of faith. I do plan on Chela, to organizing times for those who would like to study it maybe after what we'll do is after Isha, or after the Halacha

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and some of the future holocausts, we'll make up some of the Hadith inshallah Tara, that that aren't necessarily of great benefit to those who are not really looking at it as students of knowledge. So the next chapter, just to kind of mention what it is. The next chapter is Bob, that will homo see Meenal EMA, which literally would translate into to pay 1/5 as part of EMA who knows what homelessness? Does anyone know what homelessness and it's now?

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What is the homeless? Does anybody know?

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Nami for the homeless?

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Bartok, Allah Luffy. Jimmy, homeless is the tax that you paid on the spoils of war, the tax that you've paid on the spoils of war. Okay, so I don't think anyone in here has aneema. But if you have a vagina, and if you have spoils of war, what's do literally as the name suggests, homeless is 1/5. Okay. 20%. And homeless is something that again, it's part of Iman and the hadith is a very long Hadith, which basically gets to a tribe asking the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, about what to do, or how to maintain their faith as they're outside. And the prophets lie Selim mentions after is the cat, that you need to pay a homeless, so the prophets lie, some put it within the pillars of

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Islam, okay, within that same discussion of the pillars of faith, the pillars of the religion, that you would also pay in homeless, so and homeless, which is 20%, of what a person would take from the spoils of war is actually mandatory. And it's a part of a person's faith to fulfill that obligation to Allah subhanaw taala. Now, by the way, some of you might have heard and Shia Islam, for example, that is a chi is 20%, or whatever it is, the Shia is still apply homeless to things outside of war, they actually apply it to things outside of the scope of the spoils of war. So that's why you know, for example, within their fifth, you know, business surplus also is is regarded as requiring and

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homeless requiring that 20% Extra charity and that charity and homeless goes directly to the authority to the government.

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With which would which would then spend that homeless FISA villa in the path of Allah subhanaw taala. Okay, so it was a military type thing, and it was required from anyone who took from the spoils of war to spend in that regard. So I Buhari Rahim Allah to Allah mentions it simply because of the way that it comes in the total team, the way that it comes in the order in that hadith, but as I said, that's that long story that long hadith is not necessarily something it's a very technical topic, which I'm willing to teach to a few of you in sha Allah to Allah maybe after Halaqaat in the future only if you will take notes and only if you'll pay attention in sha Allah,

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but we'll move on to something in shall outside. That's really more

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that for each and every single one of us for all of us. It's something that we can take and that is the next chapter which is chapter 41 and chapter 42, okay, so chapter 41 is bad Nyjah and Myrna Binya will hisbah with equal Ltd in Manila for da V Hill Iman when will do or Salatu was a car to will had you was Salmo will come. So there are two chapters that are very similar to one another. This chapter is what is said in regards to in the mala Mala vinyasa, basically that actions are but by intention. So it's once again restating what we know from the Prophets lie some that all actions are only by intention, and by a person's a person's hisbah What is hisbah hisbah hisab tesab hisbah

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is your hope that you would be rewarded by Allah subhanaw taala for what you're doing. So a Nia is that you're doing something for Allah subhanaw taala hisbah or al hisab is that you are expecting to be rewarded by Allah subhanaw taala you're hoping that Allah subhanaw taala would reward what you would do when He couldn't imitate in Manoa and for each person is that which they intended for that fella V Hill email when will do was follow was his occur will hedge or so will come. So he says that that includes all things including an emaan so first and foremost, fake

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Why because what is embracing faith for other than Allah subhanaw taala called? What is that called embracing faith for other than Allah portraying yourself to be a believer when you're not a believer? What is that called?

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The *? It's hypocrisy and it's the greatest form of hypocrisy and you thought Akbar, right, so it has to be purely for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. So he's saying it includes faith and includes us It includes will include Salah and includes the cat and includes Hajj and include soul, and it includes an account. Now, out of everything that's mentioned here, the only one that there's a difference of opinion of whether or not intention is required is willful. Okay, there's actually a difference of opinion amongst the scholars of whether or not we'll do you have to have the need for will when you do will do and the majority obviously, is that yes, indeed, you do have to have the

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NIA when you do will do and it's an essential part of it. Other than that, a Salah obviously, you have to have the idea that you're only doing it for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala and fasting and Hajj and charity, and Alaska are just things that fall under the general category of interactions and just the 50 rulings, right. What we'll do in particular, is the only one where there's some reason for difference of opinion, the reason being is that, you know, one of the questions about an action or will do or any type of action? Is, is that action in and of itself an act of worship? Or is it a prerequisite to an act of worship? Or is it both? So is it merely a prerequisite to an act

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of worship? Or is it an act of worship in and of itself? Now with the will do? Is it an act of worship in and of itself? Or is it just a prerequisite to an act of worship meaning without the institution of Salah those will do those walk still exist? It does, right and the Prophet slice and the mentioned specified rewards for will do itself. Okay. And before a person goes to sleep, for example, it's sooner to do will do so will do is not necessarily always connected to Salah. And the very small group of scholars that again, according to the vast majority were mistaken. The small group of scholars that said that intention is not necessary for wolf but for Salah, they said that,

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you know, will do is just a prerequisite to an act of worship. It's not an act of worship in and of itself. So that's just a very technical point, all the other things, there's no difference of opinion, they have to be done purely for the sake of Allah Subhana Allah, even the philosophy, even the mandatory things, if you do them for other than a loved one, it's a means of React, it's a means of showing off. And even you know, there are things that you might do that are good things acts of worship, even, but they're not necessarily for Ria, it's not because you're showing off and it's not necessarily to gain the reward from Allah subhanaw taala. So for example, if you fast, because

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you're dieting,

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you see what I'm saying, like it's not the app, but you're fasting because it's a diet. Now, it's good to fast, slow motocycle too fast for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala and a side benefit is that it's healthy for you, it helps you control your appetite, but at the same time, you know, fasting, the Siyam the rewards of fasting that are mentioned in the Quran and in the Sunnah, okay, those rewards would be attained if you were fasting for the religious purpose of purpose of it as opposed to the worldly purpose of it, which is why you have the Hadith about the hijra, whoever did the mic, whoever migrated for the sake of Allah and His Messenger, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, then

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his migration is for the sake of Allah and the messenger. So I sent him and whoever did hijra, whoever migrated for the sake of attaining something of this world, or to marry a woman than his his Allah. You don't know how to look at his his was for what he made his way before. It's not haram. He just didn't get the reward of Hitler. He can't include himself amongst those who did Hitler for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala then Buhari Rahim Allah continues wakad Allah Allah. Colquhoun, Jamelia, Allah Shakira. TeeHee Allah Subhana Allah says, Everyone works in accordance with their Shakeela anyway, how do you translate Shakeela? What's a translation of Shakeela

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I'm looking for a tangible for a translation of it. But anyway Sakina is basically Shakeela t he is basically your you know, your second in the in slang or whatever it is, would refer to your appearance, right? But it basically is your behavior, your character and things of that sort, that everyone works in accordance with their angle. That's the best way that I don't have a translation in front of me to be honest with you. Okay, now everyone works in accordance with their angle. All right, that's just the way that I'm going to translate it here. And Buhari Rahim Allah says a Allah Nia teehee what that means is in accordance with His intention, and everyone works in accordance

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with their intention. So if your intention is for the sake

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Allah it will translate into actions that are done in a beautiful way for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala their intimate differ about that and Imam Hassan Abbas Rahim Allah to Allah, Allah Tada Rahim Allah, Allah Buhari obviously endorsing this opinion, they said that this ayah means your knee means your intention. Okay? I've been on bass and a hawk they started it and now he at he is now here, which is again his angle, which I had said, I know probably it he in accordance with His nature, some people are inclined towards different things naturally, so they have to force those inclinations in a way, there'll be pleasing to Allah subhanaw taala and some sort of either Dini in

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accordance with their religion, so people pursue different goals in accordance with the religions that they follow. And of course, some of the some other people went on to say, Well, I'm not heavy, and so on, so forth. But obviously, that's not necessarily what's included here. So this is the idea here is that everyone works in accordance with their angle. Everyone's trying to pursue different things for different reasons. And that's what Allah subhanaw taala is telling us and that translates into, you know, different, different pursuits, that translates into different skill sets, different qualities, even within the OMA of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam, you know, people all have

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the intention to please Allah subhanaw taala, but because of their Tobia, because of their their nature, and because of their inclinations, and their skill sets, it all manifests itself in different ways and they are complementary, as opposed to undermining one another and he continues and he says, and the saying of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam naffaa cultural Rajamouli either actually he does he Wuhan Savoca that a person spends on his family intending that it is charity and that's really what we're going to discuss Inshallah, in detail today. So he's mentioning in the subheading as well, what God when alkyne Jihad done when he and the last part of the subtitle

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he says that the prophets lie Selim says, jihad, a Nia that there is only Jihad and there's Nia Now,

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what does that hadith mean? The extended version of that hadith is the prophets lie. Some says La Hijra tabac the fact that there is no migration after the conquest of Mecca. What he meant by that SallAllahu wasallam is that the great hedge law was done. That the you know that people should make kids love from Mecca to Medina, that entire hedge law. That was a special hijra, and there are different kinds. There's different commentary from the scholars in that regard with the prophesy sunset. The Hijra is over with the flutter with the conquest of Mecca. But he said sal Allahu, it was some what what remains now is jihad duniya, that still for the Companions, they still have the

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conquest and they still had the battles and obviously jihad in the holistic sense, not necessarily in a military sense, right. But what remains is jihad and what remains is Nia a person's good intentions. So the prophets lie some says Nia still remains that a person intends to do good and a person is rewarded in accordance with that. Now, he mentioned here and will hardly Rahim Allah mentions the Hadith, he he restates the Hadith that we've already covered about a person migrating for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala but here's the Hadith we're gonna get into inshallah Tada. Okay, there are two Hadith that indicate the same thing. The hadith is Narrated by Abu Massoud Radi

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Allahu taala. And who and in the V sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says either and Faqad Raju Allah Allah He does he will have for who Allah Who sadaqa the prophets why Selim says that if a person stands on his family, yeah, that's the whoo Ha, this is the hesper part. Yeah, Tessie boo ha he's seeking the reward from Allah subhanaw taala as he spends on his family, and it is purely for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala for who Allah Who sadaqa Allah subhanaw taala will write down the reward of that spending as charity, Allah will count it as a means of charity. This is a beautiful Hadith for many, many, many different reasons. Inshallah,

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tada, we're gonna go through it for some time. Now, just to note here actually, the word ahead can mean many things. Badly can mean my people or Holly can we my family, and he can specifically mean my wife and my children or my husband and my children actually can mean only my spouse. So for example, the Hadith hydrocodone hydrocodone, the ally, the best of you are those who are best to their head is usually translated as the best of your best to their wives. Okay, because I held in that context, it was clear that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was speaking about the spouse. So usually the prophets lie some is speaking about the spouse ahead means the spouse. Okay,

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but the Sahaba understood and this is something that you find within the commentary usually of the narrator himself, in what context the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was speaking about. So obviously, if the prophet slicin was speaking about something of an intimate nature that he was referring to only the spouse if the prophets lie, some was lecturing the Companions within you know about how to treat their wives.

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When he mentioned the word ahead, it was understood to mean their spouse. So for example, title company to company early on the prophets lie, some said the best of you or those who are best to their wives aren't usually allowed to sell them out of the law. And they confirmed that the prophets lesson was the best of the companions to their wives. So they they mentioned that as well, too, he added his slot was set up, the way he treated his wives was greater than any other human being, would treat their wives, or would treat their spouses. So in this situation, you've got the profit slice, and I'm saying that if a person spends on their family or spends on now, we'll take it up the

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general sense for this hadith, this hadith, let's say, is in the general sense, because that's what's most most of the scholars understood. You spend on your family, you spend on your wife, you spend on your husband, you spend on your kids, you spend on your parents you spend on your brothers and sisters, your relatives, your cousins, and you you know, obviously it's not looked at as charity. Right, it's looked at as spending on your family. But the prophets lie Selim says that if you have the hisbah, if you have that intention, and that hope that ALLAH SubhanA, Allah will write this down for you, as subaqua Allah subhanaw taala will give it to you as a form of charity. The

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Scholars say that, you know, you know, and they kind of brought it up this the scope here, they say that from the sun to a woman from the sun to a woman of a husband to his wife, is actually relieving her of the burden of her kids at times. Apparently, this is something that applies throughout throughout history, it still applies till now right giving the wife a break from the kids. So if he spends on the kids, then it's still axon to her if he takes the kids off of her hands, it still axon to her. So the two are not necessarily mutually exclusive. They also say that this is speaking about one of two things, either a person is doing something mandatory, but the way they're doing it is

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with the spirit of Exxon with the spirit of goodness and excellence. So that's number one. So for example, you know, I have to feed my family, right? Can my feeding my family be subaqua? Yes, if it's done with Exxon, if it's done with excellence, even though it's required of you to do so. So that's one of them, either a person does something that they have to do anyway. But they beautify it with ESSA, they beautify it with excellence, there's a difference between throwing the food on the table, also what type of food that you're able to, you know, that you're putting on the table. And how you provide those necessary means there's a difference between the two, right doing something

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with axon, and the last panel tells us in the Quran, coluna roof, that to just say nice things is better than solid, but it's better to have other is better than charity that you're going to, you know, harass the person that you gave charity to. So if you make people feel, you know, not total total sadati can build money, while other, you know, don't render your charity void by boasting about it or harming the person you gave charity to. If you make your family feel in a certain way, when you give them what you give them, then it can actually be sinful for you. Right? It's not only just fulfilling a logic, we're not fulfilling a logic and not getting a Solokha, you can actually be

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sinful in the case, there's, there was a situation where a brothers how I tell this story, because it's important, where I had a brother and a sister. So I was doing counseling the husband and wife and, you know, I told the husband, I suggested to him, You don't buy your wife some flowers. Right? And literally, he went and bought his wife flowers. And he went home and he like, threw it at her and said, See, I did I brought you flowers. It's like didn't work that way. Right?

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It would have been better that you didn't bring the flowers home. But you said something nice, right? So it's not necessarily about the material things here, it's about the attitude with it as well. So a person does something nice or does something they are required to do, but they do it with a sense of so that's number one, or it's doing something extra, something that's not expected of you in the first place. Okay, so moving beyond the expectation. All right. So for example, a person brings their spouse a gift, okay, a person, you know, shows some level of axon some level of excellence, either in spending or in spending time or in kind words, or whatever it may be. But

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these are the things that come after that, which is obligatory. These are the things that come after Admiral, which is just customary kindness. It goes beyond that. So those are the two things that are included.

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And half of them and hudgell Rahimullah to it as an interesting comment here, he says, but it's not the same rulings as sadaqa. But it's the same reward. So it's not the same rulings of South Africa, but it's the same reward. Why? Because he said that if a person had a Hashimi wife,

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a spouse that was from Beto Hashem, then he could still spend extra on her. So when you're like, Wait, what is the unique

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which family is not capable of receiving? subluxated says how long to give them sadaqa for them to receive Silva, the family of the prophets lie Selim. So if a person had a wife from the family of the prophets lie Selim, they can't say to them, I can't give you anything extra because of saba.

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And It's haram for you to take Subak. Okay, so he said that, you know, it's not the rulings of subaqua here that apply. It's the reward of Sabah. So you don't have to go apply all of the 50 rulings of South Africa, to the way that you give stuff to your wife, right? I mean, the way that you give stuff to your spouse or your to your family, it's not the ruling. It's the reward here, that counts. And there's some beautiful Hadith that the prophets lie some elaborates on this. One of them is the hadith of Thoe ban on the Allahu Tida annual, which is in Sahih, Muslim and before I get to that hadith, the scholars mentioned something beautiful here, they say that this was especially a

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relief to the poor companions of the prophets like Selim, that were barely making it.

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Think about it, we know that the poor companions of the prophets why some they felt bad because they could not give charity the way the rich companions could. Right it used to bother them and used to eat away at them. There are numerous Hadith of the prophets lie, some giving them other things they can do, because they didn't have that money. Right. But they had the intention, they had the NIA, they have the Zima they really really wanted to give for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala but they just didn't have any. So this hadith came as a major relief to them as in order to be Rahim Allah, Allah says, in that they now felt like even though they were barely making it and just getting

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enough to spend on their families, and so on, so forth, that that could serve as a reward for charity for them. So it's actually a beautiful relief. Now that deed from Phil Donald the law on one side Muslim, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says off mono Dena Yun fuchal Raju Dena Dena on young people who are at the prophets license at the best dinar that a person could spend is a dinar that he spends on his family. What the now don't use Shippo Anna, the Betty Heafy, Sabine Allah and adopt a dinar that he would spend on the mouth that he would use for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala What dinakaran Young people who other US hobby Heafy subete Allah and a dinar that he would

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spend on his companions on his friends that are in need those that are around him that are in need for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. So the prophets lie, some prioritize, to the Companions. And this is one of the proofs of the prophets lie Selim. I mean, if he's, if he's, you know, not truly the prophet of God in a time of battle and in a time of great need, where the Muslims went through many, many different things, the prophets, my son would encourage these people to give all of their money for the sake of Allah, right. But he's telling them that it's better for you to spend a dinar on your family than it is to spend on your mount that you use visa Videla on your mount that you use

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for the cause of Allah. So Allah Allah Rahim Allah to Allah, Allah, Allah, but he says by the malaria he started with the family the prophets like some in this hadith said that the best possible dinar that can be used and let you know dollar, whatever it is, the best possible way that you could use your money is spending it on your family and the Prophet sallallahu and I will clean up the lava continues. And he says, What are you ordered in our alarm or agilon module in Yun Fiocco Allah Yan and Cyril and he says he says all the alarm when what who's a better person than a person that spends on his children on the young people in his household? And he says, you you are if for whom

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one? Oh, ye and Pharaoh who Allahu be He. And he says that they he protects them he gives them or if I'm having a hard time with the translation here but he protects their dignity he protects them from from from committing Zina from adultery. He gives them an ephah he protects their dignity by spending upon them. Why because when people become poor, when people are poor, they can resort to different things. They can resort to haram, especially if you're thinking and not society. That's one way of looking at it that you protect their if you protect their modesty in their honor, by spending upon them. Another one that LMI said is that he helps them get married. He spends on his

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children to get married so that they don't think they don't have to resort to other methods of haram. They make the halal easier for their children so that their children are not destroyed by the Haram or that Allah Subhanallah to Allah, you know, supports them through that. And Allah's parents and makes them independent of other means and so on so forth. So spending on your family, you're protecting your own family, you're you're guarding your own family, you're growing your own family's potential and capability to work for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala it's so beautiful concept that the prophets lie some puts that as the best way that you could possibly spend your money. There's

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another Hadith which is narrated by cremains

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and he reports this hadith he marries this hadith and Thalassa. Meanwhile the servants he says three from the children of set meaning these are the three children of sad little the alongside on her side that will be will constantly alongside that are narrating this hadith. And they said that as they were giving this hadith and then the BSL Allah Hardy who was salam Johanna Anna Sarandon. Yeah Rudy who be Maccha he the prophets lie Selim went to visit sad because sad fell ill in Mecca.

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said fell ill in Mecca. And I want to give you guys some context on the story. It's a very beautiful story so I didn't know how to possibly Alon one of the 10 promised paradise fell ill in Mecca after the Hijrah. So this is towards the latter period of Islam after the digital and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam duckula yaru who the prophets why Selim entered so that he could visit him for Becca so inside saw the prophets lie some of them he started to cry and the prophets lie some said to him now you kick Why are you crying those side for God Hershey to a motor bill out of the Lottie her job to minha come on America Saturday no Hola. And he said that I was afraid that I

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would die in the same land that I left meaning the land that I migrated from society, we were constantly law on who thought he was going to die in Mecca, the land that he migrated from, just like Saddam nocodazole the law and will also passed away in Mecca so basically Saudi Arabia will cost the song The Prophets twice on what I'm afraid I'm going to die. I think this is the the end of my life. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam raised his hands and he said Allah must visa done Allah must be Saturday and Allah must be Saturday and he said three times it has a lot to us and I'm Oh ALLAH curious. Oh Allah curious. Oh Allah cure side and Saddam Nabi we're constantly

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Allah and will as he narrated by the way he said that I could still feel the hands of the Prophet slice I'm running over my body the coolness of his hands already his thought was Sudan as he made dua for me. So the Prophet slice I'm wiped his Herons, oversized little the law I know and said, Oh Allah cure him. Oh Allah cure him. Oh Allah cure him. For Carla ya rasool Allah sad little de la Andrew says, After that, I said, O Messenger of Allah, in Li Mal and Kathira I have a lot of money. I need to figure out what to do with my money. And listen to what he said. He said, an all I have is one daughter. So I have a whole bunch of money. And all I have is one daughter. So the prophets

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Allah so He says to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know, what should I do with it? You know, should I should I give all Should I really leave all of that money so even sent to the prophets lie Selim, he said, Should I not will read all of my property. So why not just give it all away for the sake of Allah Subhana Allah Tada. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, No, he said, Well, what about two thirds of my property? The prophets I said, I said, No, he said, The eldest Allah What about half of my property? He said, No, he said he also a lot What about 1/3 of my property the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says a thorough was SaLuSa caffeine province, like

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some said fine 1/3. But even 1/3 is too much 1/3 is allowed for you to give in charity. This is going to this changes the way we perceive our wills, right? 1/3 is halal to give in charity, with fluorophore cat with fully food, caffeine. But you know, 1/3 is a lot of money. So the Prophet SAW Allah Almighty who was some of them, he continued, and he says that the best Savoca the best sadaqa is the sadaqa that you spend Allah realloc on your family, what in the camera took and that what's your what's your wife will eat me Malik sadaqa from your money is a form of charity so that what your wife will eat after you pass away will be a sadaqa for you. And he says, we're in Mecca, and

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tada alaka behind Ohana we ate it his salatu salam he said and for you to leave your family in good, you know in good standing where they're not having to worry about their finances, how you don't mean enter their home, you have to care for phone and nurse he said it's better for you than to leave them in that way where they're well off than to leave them begging from the people. And subhanAllah call me at the profit slice I'm actually said with his hands like this like begging, it's better for you to leave your family well off than to leave them begging. So even if you're gonna give a third as charity know that a third is a lot. Give it to your family and make the NIA of sadaqa let your

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wife eat from it. Let your daughter eat from it and that's enough. Now the beautiful thing by the way, what's implied in this hadith which is pretty amazing. All right, sad was dying. The prophets lysozyme was alive. Sad had only one daughter and her name was Aisha so I didn't know you just had one daughter, the province Isola made your offer him to be cured what happens? He was cured, the province Iceland passed away so I ended up having three sons that narrated this hadith about sides.

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Okay, and so I had lived long after the prophets lie set up long after the Prophet's life. I mean, he took Islam to China

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literally took Islam to China decades after the prophet slicin And so I thought he was dying in Mecca and the prophets lie some stuff along mysteries. Oh Allah, cure all the Allahu Taala and so that's the that's one of the beautiful things that's implied in this hadith. But again the idea here this hadith in Sahih Muslim the prophets by so I'm saying the best dinar that you spend the best Solokha that you leave behind is going to be the one for your family. I will write all the Allah Tada and hope this last time

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At least on this regard, he said the messenger of allah sallallahu sallam, or he commanded charity and a man asked him he said he was with Allah, money in the dinar all I have is one dinar the prophets lie Selim said spend it on yourself. He said the Eldest Allah I have another dinar, the prophets lie some said spend it on your wife. He said the other salah I have another dinner he said give it as charity to your servant. He said the auto sold a lot I have another dinar of the prophets lysozyme said you know best where to spend it he said the best dinar is the one that you spend either eonic on your family, also Hadith in Sahih Muslim. I will tell you about all the Allah Tala

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and who the very famous story of Obatala about the abattoir and who I will call her was the stepfather of innocent nomadic or the longtime, who's married to the Great, the great companion, so habia on Sulayman or the Allah Han, who was the mother of andasibe domotics although Paul had a beautiful garden, right in front of the muscles of the Prophet, slice alum, and it was called Baito hat, beautiful trees, fountains everything and Allah subhanaw taala revealed lantern out a little hut to rehome him to hipbone, you will not attain Jana righteousness, or Jana sort of Annie Emraan you will not attain righteousness, meaning Jana until you spend from that which you love. I will

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tell you how I came to the Prophet sly Simon said the eldest of Allah, here it is, it's all for your sake. It's all for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala the most beloved thing to me, the most precious property to me, is Babel. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says Allah Anta Jonathan Krabi, let's good but I think you should give it to your family members.

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Subhan Allah, this man is coming and saying Jada's Allah, it's all for you. And this was a garden that the Prophet slice I'm loved and the people loved and the Prophet slice on them said, It's better that you leave it for your family members meeting the NEA has arrived in on Hamdulillah. You get the reward for what you intended. But spend it on your family. So this is a consistent trend with the profit slice. And I'm not one time not two times, not three times, but over and over and over again. The profit slice on them is is he's prioritizing spending on the family, to spending on war to spending on a golf on endowment to spending on anything in the OMA spend on your family

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first, and he says the Lord he said I'm that that will count for you as a charity. It will count for you as a sadaqa. As some you know, people bring me their wills all the time. Right? And subhanAllah every time someone brings me their will they're trying to circumvent they're trying to get out of the 1/3 and make it more than 1/3. Right? How do I give more of my money away to someone and I'm like, Look, the profit slice and I'm said a fluorophore, Kathy. Let your 1/3 is a lot. But yeah, they don't need this. They don't need that. They don't need this. Let me do it. Let me do them. No, no, no, no, it's okay. It's good for you. It's good for your family. It's good that your family will

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be well off after you go and shall lunch and it's good that they don't have to pick. You don't want them as the prophets why some says you have to kiss the phone and that's where they're going to have to hold their hands out to the people. So this is a consistent thing. Some of the scholars continue they say that when the last you know, for example, and the last Pantai says we've been wildly Daini Asana so talking about the parents when Allah says that you show excellence to your parents. Some of the scholars said that including been wounded and checklist. Hammond Tamia Rahim Allah to add or they said that we've been widely dating Asana, one of the aspects of showing excellence to your

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parents, is that you financially take care of them as they financially took care of you, when you were a child, we should have this, this is part of our culture as Muslims that, that when when when we grow when our parents go older, that we also would would suffice them we'd also try to be there and spend upon them as they spent on us when we were children, we should keep that in mind. That doesn't mean you know, in the same kitchen in the same bedroom and everything like that, no, your wife needs her space, everyone needs their space, everyone needs their private quarters, but still spending upon your parents is a means of Ehsaan to them, right taking care of them and you should

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you should have that in your mind and know that doesn't mean the nursing home right that you should have it in your mind that just as they took care of you, you were dependent upon them financially even when you were a child that inshallah Tada, you would be there to spend on them. When they get older that they wouldn't have to worry about it. Even Saba caught actually giving charity between the husband and the wife. Now here's the thing, can a husband gives the car to his family? Can a husband gives the catalyst family why not?

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Well, what if his Okay, so it's not specifying their recipients of zakat, but what if his wife falls under the one of the categories of the recipients of zakat?

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Yeah, he can't do that because it's his responsibility. It's his responsibility anyway. Right like you imagine you bring you bring home a gift, you bring home a box of chocolates and you say by the way, this coming out of yours a cat's fun.

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This is coming out of years ago

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Just so you know, it doesn't work that way you can't give the cat to your to your wife. Okay? Can a wife

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Yeah, wife can actually give us a cat to her husband.

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doesn't really happen, but it can have actually I've seen it happen a few times I actually have seen if he falls within one of the categories of Zuccotti meetings occur, a wife can indeed give Xeikon even the most precious and mandatory of charity to her husband. Why? Because it's not her responsibility to take care of him. So it is a sign on her part. It's actually excellence on her part, to get him out of a difficult situation if he falls within those categories. And there is actually a precedence for this amongst the companions of the Prophet slice I love that. Once the prophets my son was sitting in his home and the people were coming to them to ask him if things

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without all the alone time and who was guarding the doorway of the profit slice. And a woman came to ask the profit slice Unlimited, to ask them a question and the profit slice and I'm asked me that, who is it? And he says, Xena, and the profits license says a Tuesday and which one of the Zeno's there are too many signups? Right. Xena was everywhere in the seal of the prophets lie Selim. So the last Xena, the wife of Abdullah bin masu, though the Alon

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and Xena wanted to see if she could give charity to her husband, our beloved Miss Ruth and the prophets lie Selim.

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gave that permission. Some of the narrations indicate it was her as a cat that she actually spent it on. Her husband had been Miss Ruth. Well, the Allahu Anhu was a great companion. So there's precedents for that the point is that the best of those that are that are to receive your son in the financial sense even or your family members the second Hadith here. And then Behati is the Hadith that's narrated by none other than Saudi Arabia will Castle the Allahu Tsar and who he says Anna rasool Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa salam, a call with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says in Nikka, learn to learn to INFICON now for cotton tablets le vi ha watch Hala Illa would yield in

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order to lay her had to annual fee family Mirotic the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says in Akerlund tune people in Africa, Southern Italy, Bihar, watch how Allah you will not spend a penny anything seeking the pleasure of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, even if it is a morsel of food, even if it's a small morsel of food that you put in the in the in your wife's mouth, except that ALLAH subhanaw taala would reward you for it. This hadith is the second Hadith in this chapter from Sohan Behati. Now this hadith, what differentiates this Hadith from the previous Hadith in Bukhari, this one is very specific to who,

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to the wife, feminine rhotic in the mouth of your wife, so it's specific to the wife.

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It's also doing something else, it's not focusing on the quantity of the, in fact, the quantity of the charity, but it's focusing on how it's given. Right, this hadith is really not focusing on the food itself, but it's focusing on how the food is given, isn't it? So you're seeking the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala with it, you are providing it lovingly to your spouse, not in a way that shows any type of of hatred or any type of, you know, any type of resentment, right that you have to spend that amount of money or whatever it may be. So it's focusing on the sun, it's focusing on the way that you provide it and that's why that's why manataj Adolphe Femme and Mirotic that which you would

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place that which you would provide that morsel of food that you would provide

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in the mouth of your wife and show and so you show some as you feed your spouse, you show exon as you feed your spouse. And this is the Sunnah of the Prophet slice Allah. It's a sunnah of the Prophet slice that we it's narrated from the Prophet slice them that he would actually put food in the mouth of it shall have the low tide and also is narrated homesteader model the low tide. And so it's an actual established sunnah, that a husband and wife would feed each other sometimes, and it's about showing love, even the prophets place and I'm drinking from the same part of the cup, that aren't you shall have the Aloha and have a drink from as a show of love. It's not providing more of

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this. But you know, that's not the point of this at least. Right? But the idea is to show attachment to show love. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa Salam is mentioning that as a form of sadaqa, it's a form of charity, even 100 as a beautiful reflection here, he says that the prophets lie, some says and another Hadith will feed bouldery, a Hadith from Salah that when one of you is intimate with their spouse, it's charity. It's a form of charity. It's a form of it's a good deed that you would receive. And the Sahaba they were really taken aback by that statement. So the model sold a lot. You mean

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that one of us fulfills His desire. And we get rewarded for it too.

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Right? We actually fulfill a shower, we fulfill a desire and we're actually rewarded for it. That's, that's pretty awesome. And the profit slice of them says, Well, if you would have fulfilled that desire in a way that was haram, wouldn't you be punished? So it's only fair that because you fulfill it in a way that's hella that you'll be rewarded by a loss of hundreds. So but how do you Rahim, Allah to Allah, He said, that hadith is when you fulfill your own shot, Will you fulfill your own desire, imagine when you're not fulfilling your own desire, meaning when you're feeding that food to your spouse, so it even becomes more affordable in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala because there

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is no help of the neffs there, he said, There is nothing that your soul or that your desires is getting out of it. It's just an act of kindness tablet totally behind, watch how Allah and you are seeking by at the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala. So he said, Imagine when you completely forego any type of dunya we pleasure any type of material pleasure, and instead choose to give that or to do something kind purely for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. Now, as a side note, and this is just sort of the, you know, I'm going to end here because it's important here,

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you know, spending on a person's family. And this kind of goes along with what the Juma football was about as well. Just a club owner, Owner, Ben maruf, the profit slice I'm taught us that those who are closest to you are most deserving of seeing your kindness in general. So there's the broader thing that's being addressed here, which is, let your best behavior your best character, the best of you be shown to your family.

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Your best behavior will be shown to your family, whether it's your parents, or whether it's your spouse's, or whether it's your children Subhanallah we're so nice as strangers, we are so evil as family members. It is it is in one of the greatest crises of the OMA. And I really, really, really do mean a monster at home and Angel outside. So many people that are like that, may Allah protect us all, either to our parents or to our spouses or to or to our children. And it is of the greatest forms of hypocrisy, right? So take your goodness home, let it go with you to your house. Brothers, sisters, everybody, children, spouses, everyone. You know, your children are more deserving of

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kindness than anyone else's children. Your spouses are more deserving of kindness than any of your friends. Your parents are more deserving of kindness than any other human beings. Right? They deserve the most of it. So don't bring a harshness with you to your house. And Aquila buena Hola. But that's the the general thing that's really being addressed here. But now, particularly the charity part. Now, you can't really spoil your spouse enough, okay, you can spend on your spouse and husbands wives, you can't really spoil your spouse enough, some people can write, but for the most part, you know, there isn't much of a restriction there spend as you can on your spouse's and that's

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a sloth is something that we don't bring into our houses, which is extravagance is something we don't bring into our houses anyway. Right. So the idea here is that, you know, if a person was to, was to give more frequently, okay, gifts and which is better for you anyway, you know, giving more frequently gifts that are not necessarily huge, and so on so forth. It encourages a certain spirit of snot in the house, right, as opposed to just, you know, wait till the anniversary comes along. And then just this huge, overpriced, extreme gift, you know, that doesn't really belong, and it falls in the category of a sloth. It's good to just spend constantly and to show that extra level of

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axon even with the things that we're supposed to do anyway. So you are expected to spend on your family regardless, but even then do it with axon. Do it seeking the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala and with good behavior and showing, showing the good attitude and attitude of Exxon to your family as well. But what about your family members? What about? Is there a limit to how much you would spend on your children? For example, is this hadith an open invitation to spoil your kids rotten? No, it's actually not. It's not an open invitation to spoil your kids rotten. That's not the purpose or the point of this hadith. Okay. So for example, the prophets lie someone faulting all the Allah

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on who he loves more than anybody else. I mean, Altima is the queen of the women of Jana and the prophets lie Selim, the way he loves her is unbelievable. He is so attached to her sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Every time he sees her, he lights up, he gets up from his place, he kisses her on the forehead, but I mean, she really is his princess. Right? That's the beauty of the way that a father would treat his daughter there is no one no better father to his daughter than the Prophet slicin wants to follow the law and when Fatima was tired and she was overworked and she asked the prophets lie some for what for for a maid or from for a female servant something something to help her around

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the house. The prophets lie some could have given that to her, but he wanted faulty model the law on

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had to persevere and instead taught her to do the kid at night taught her to remember a lot and night and taught her that that's better for her in the hereafter out of love for her, not because he couldn't solve a long run, he was someone but because it was something that it was an ethic that he wanted to teach his daughter. Right, we also find from our model, the law of time when the time of the famine, or when the OMA was suffering from famine, or middle the low tide and who forbidding his family from eating the things that were that the OMA was deprived from, even though he was the Khalifa. Right, because almost wanted to teach his children empathy. So this isn't an open

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invitation to spoil your kids run. But what it is, is to show son to show excellence, you know, in the way that you provide for your family and to seek the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala. And again, when especially when we're doing our wills, okay. And this is the last point that I'll make when you're doing your will. Don't, don't try to circumvent the rights of your kids. Okay, it's good that they're left while off, so that they're not putting the fitna of poverty in that regard as well. If you haven't hamdullah, leave it. You can leave behind, you know, moral things. Like, I want you to think of this money as an Amana and make sure that you continue to earn halal and spend on

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this and spend on that, like, you can leave behind the wall sia with the money that you leave for your kids, encouraging them to spend on the orphans. But don't put them in poverty and say that, well, it's all charity now that you're leaving this world and you don't need the money anymore. You know, you're just gonna give it all away. Right? There are people that will outlive you. And so you have to keep that in mind as well. So it's these Hadith teach us, obviously, what they're putting Kitab and Iman, the reason why they're putting the book of faith is to show us that it's from faith, that we take things that are ordinary actions in our days even. And we try to seek the pleasure of

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Allah subhanaw taala with them, and the Prophet slicin. I'm teaching us that if you give if you spend upon your family member, Prophets lie, some says it is Silla and sadaqa. You're upholding the rights of the family. So you're upholding the kinship. And it's also charity. It's the reward of Silla and sadaqa. Silla to run and sock. So the you know, combine your rewards, try to direct your longing and you're good towards your family as well. For the sake of Allah subhana time we ask Allah subhanaw taala to make us people that show Ehsaan to Allah, to our families and to everyone around us. And we ask Allah Subhana Allah to forgive us for our shortcomings. Alumna Amin questions.

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Your credit card bills will go up this month.

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I want to make it easy for you don't come back to me with your credit card bill. I just said it's you don't go overboard. It's excellent. It's not it's not take the credit card and do what you want with it. It's bring home some gifts, buy some flowers, either

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finances or like a loan, that gives you like, say XML, but they take an extra fee to charge you for taking that loan.

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Because it's not necessarily on this hadith. Let's talk about it afterwards.

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got to be very careful with how I answered this question.

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If the wife doesn't have a source of income herself, and she spends her husband's money to buy him a gift,

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would it still count? It still counts?

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I'm on live. So my wife is hearing this, it still counts? No, of course, it still counts. As long as that's an understanding. And again, it's something that's going to be appreciated. It's something that's because it's the that in that situation, it's not the quantity, it's the character and the attitude that shown with and I'll tell you this, you know, a lot of things. You're if a person if a woman stays at home, and she and you know that's she's a homemaker, then her cooking is a form of Ehsaan. Right? Because it's not obligatory technically for a woman to cook for her husband, but she does it anyway. Right. And that situation, so that's your accent. So don't you know, just don't

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bring the plate and like, throw it in front of them say here, I made you spaghetti. You know, I hope you like it. You know, it shouldn't taste like cafeteria food in public schools, right? Just make sure it's put your son and your food, put the love in the cooking that if that's and if you're a mother to your child, you do the same thing. And if you're a child to your mother, you know Subhanallah Think about it this way when we receive gifts from our kids. Right? It's not about the gift itself. It's about the love that was put into that gift. So that's the point here Exxon is not quantifiable. It's really not. Exxon is about quality. Right? So whatever your situation is, there's

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a way to do Exxon and Charlotte's out there with a low on

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anyone else?

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Your dad's not here to ask the difficult questions. I've got to have the rough question every week.

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Anyone else? Okay. Say

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Do you want to know where to buy flowers from Kroger's?

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Say your brother or pears wanting a new car versus?

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How do you strike that balance between your parents wanting a new car, your wife wanting a new car? Or you want to take the wife out of the equation for this one, right? They're probably asking us

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for something

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so again, luxury is a topic. So how do I, you know, how do I draw this distinction between giving luxurious

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family and at the same time maintaining the rights of the Ummah upon me, spending upon children in Palestine and Syria and so on so forth? Or wherever it may be? That's a very valid question and that's a judgment call. It is a judgment call each and every single time look at all of the explanations of Islam, okay to be it versus Islam for example, the major explanation but the classical explanation from almost all of the retina is that

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is slough is to is to spend extra in halal and to do is to spend, extra and haram even to go to extravagance even within haram. That's why I kind of want to Shailene and do the brothers of the shayateen. So almost all the scholars unanimously would say that's a sloth versus that's to be it in this swamp. So we really worry about a sloth right that which is within the hell out of that category. Am I going too far in the embellishments and things of that sort. That's why this word is so often used in the Quran, which is my roof Dylann Roof, things that are customary, and to be very honest with you, one of the one of the issues we have in our own mind this is this wouldn't be a

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rent and then hamdulillah Aisha is coming so I won't rant too much is the division of social classes within the OMA. Meaning if you live in a rich neighborhood, you hang out with everyone in the rich neighborhood. If you go to a masjid where the people are economically, far better off, then you don't mingle with those that go to the massages that are economically not as well off the classism amongst the OMA which often reeks of racism and you know, implicit racism and things of that sort as well, right? But classism within the OMA as well. It's a very, very big issue in the prophets, like some thought that usually when we're talking about tribalism, and racism and all the other isms, we

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ignore that part of it. So if you're not exposing your family, to a social setting, outside of this very privileged social setting, they're likely they're my rule for their standard of roofers and your standard of whatnot office is a very different standard. Okay of kindness. As opposed to when the OMA is mingling together when you're when you're making an effort to expose yourself and your family to people that don't are not of the same economic class as you and so on so forth, then the standard is lower and so on so forth, but it is a judgment call. It is a judgment call. And usually what I always say is that when you have an either or category, then cut out V. Cut out the extra

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fat, right? It's like when someone says, I can't go to the masjid because I have to study for my exams. Well, you're finding three hours to play NBA 2k You know, why don't you cut out that fat and then make that some leisure time so that you don't have to sacrifice your studying time as well. Right so spending on the family or spending on the orphans? Well, what about my own personal spending habits? Let me see if I can wiggle find some wiggle room within there. So I don't have to sacrifice either or it turned into your question well lo on

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all right. Yes last question.

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depends what so so is are the kids obliged to accept money that their their parents did not accept in legal ways

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okay, like the steel or the like uses an ABA.

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Yeah, so there are different levels of haram money, which is a discussion right so there are different categories of haram money if the Haram money involved volume against someone else then that money is haram for everybody. If the Haram money was haram in the nature of its earning, so for example, riba or selling alcohol or whatever it may be, then it's haram for him and he will be punished for it but his children will not be punished for it. That's how long enough see hallelujah.

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They're not obligated to accept it. No. In fact, when they are independent, they're independent enough to not

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Do not need to take from that money than they can. They should abstain from that money.

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All right, Zack can love Hayden Chela. Tada we're almost done with Kitab Eman just an FYI I'm going to be I'm really thinking about ways to take this Holika inshallah to Allah and different directions as well. So what we'll do when we finished Kitab, the man the book of faith, first of all, we're going to have a long break anyway with Ramadan and all this stuff coming up. But what I want to do, Inshallah, tada is I want to form a Holika that is of maybe a smaller group of you Inshallah, that are going to be consistent, I actually would take attendance, make sure you're coming every week, and you're taking notes and you're actually trying, you're actually working your way in sha Allah to

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either to a more serious study of it. So when we come across a more technical Hadith, or some of the smaller details

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that you know that you're able to still get the benefit of that inshallah Tada. So that's probably the direction we'll take after kitab. Will Eman is that we'll have a smaller group and Shala from the group which I will require your regular attendance and I will require you to be taking notes and shot lots and otherwise the Halacha will proceed as a whole for everyone else to benefit from inshallah and so we'll see what direction it takes. We'll probably have two more weeks in Kitabi Eman so it probably just will take us two more weeks from that we covered a lot today definitely a highlights panel while we're having to get shadow in and stuff it'll go to will equal Santa Monica

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was aligned with a capsule.

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