Walking with the Prophet #49 – Lessons from the seerah and the emotional death of the Prophet
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Smell level hamdulillah salatu salam ala so let's say Mr. de como smartlight Allah wa barakaatuh.
The brothers and sisters, this is reality this as he will come in you once again to our
walking with the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu as he was setting up today in sha Allah, Allah we are with Episode Number 49
Episode 49. And I presume that we have maybe another two sessions to complete this series, the CEO of the Prophet, it is sad to say that so today inshallah with the IRA, as I said today, and maybe tomorrow will be the end of the series and then we'll start a new series insha Allah who taharah so please allow me as we always do, to give maybe a minute or two for more people to join.
I've got Facebook and Instagram
and hoping for more people to join us today in sha Allah. Hi. All right. So be patient and Sharla just to give more time for people to join. They're taking their time but they're coming in. They're joining slowly but surely, slowly but surely. Anyways, last week, dear brothers and sisters, we spoke about the those of you who just join this is episode number 49.
From the seal of the Prophet entitled walking with the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and I mentioned that we have maybe two more sessions to complete the seal of the prophet of this series. Today inshallah, inshallah, we'll be talking about lessons today inshallah, we will kind of like summarize the full seal of the Prophet Mohammed Salah Islam, the right lessons, I will share with you maybe about more than 10 lessons that we will you know, that we have derived from this. That's from this
series. And once we have, you know, once I share with you this, you know, the summary of the Sierra and the lessons that we have derived from the CETA that we move to the final episode, which is talking about the farewell has the it's called, it's called vegetal Wada. Well, as we say with that, in although hazard without so hesitantly without the fail one has, and the emotional death of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, so it will be quite an emotional in our session today. And tomorrow is Neela. So the brothers and sisters last week, we spoke about the
that's what if we remember the last last final
battle that the Prophet Mohammed ISIS and participated in? It was, it was called the Battle of Malta, against the Romans.
They were the Prophet Mohammed has them when he came back from Mecca.
There were two battles, we talked about her name, and then we talked about mortar, you know what that was the final one that the Prophet Mohammed assistant himself physically participated in. And,
and I spoke about that, if remember, that incident that happened, the incident of capital Malik, you know, the three hobbies, so I've got Facebook people, taking time to join in, welcome to all of you, whoever joined Welcome, welcome. I know, they're just taking some time, but insha Allah, Who, tada I'm just taking, you know, I'm summarizing what we talked about last week, and given time for more people to join inshallah, and then I will resume our series walking with the Prophet Mohammed. So I was talking about those three individuals that did not make it to that battle, what amongst them was kept nomadic, and we talked about that incident where God was procrastinating and we talked about,
you know, the procrastination and why since, you know, some people keep on procrastinating.
kaboo magic happened to have a very fast horse, he says, and he says, I could, it was like almost like springtime and his family was not prepared a very nice sitting for him. And he kept on you know,
the lane. The fact you know, to the to join the prophet and to join the army, he kept on delaying that you know, the his journey. Enter Prophet Mohammed, as I said, then, you know, came back the whole journey brothers and sisters, do you remember I mentioned it last week, how long it took for Prophet Mohammed to reach from Mecca to more
Did that battle where the assassins that were, you know, that tribe, the assassin of the Romans, how long it took the Prophet Mohammed to reach? You know where the assassin hour? Do you remember your brothers and sisters? I mentioned that last week
I gave you exactly home, you know how many days it took him? At least Salatu was Salam. Yes, yes, me and Michelle weighs me she remembers 50 days. It took him 50 days to reached. And then after his did they fight? No, there was no war, there was no fighting Subhanallah you know, assassinate, they run away, and Prophet Muhammad and the Sahaba they took possession of lots of spoils of war, you know. And then when he came back, then he came to know of those people who did not make it. Amongst them, there were some hypocrites, and the hypocrites are coming to the profit, you know, making up all types of excuses. And then there were three people amongst them is Abdul Malik those were sincere,
honest cadmatic. He says, I'm blessed with an eloquent speech, I could easily go to the Prophet Mohammed Islam. And, and I may make up an excuse, and he will, you know, he will forgive me. But he says he's a prophet. And I cannot lie to him. I cannot lie to him because he I'm sure he will receive a nose relation that could reveal you not my intention. So he says, I'm going to speak the truth. And brothers and sisters, if you were to speak the truth, you will always be a winner at the end. The one who speaks the truth, the one who sides with unhak speak the truth be what the heck.
And you shall be a winner of insha Allah who never say or think that if I were to lie, I could save myself. No, if you were to lie, to like, you will not save yourself, you will, in fact, put yourself in more you know, you will cause yourself more damage, then, you know, then that then goodwill a little bit less so sometimes people they think, you know, I'm just gonna lie It's a white lie. It's this and that I need to save myself, you know and what not but, you know, a lie in it is not since Allah subhanho. Today's Masada clean, Allah is with those who are truthful, and a lie gives victory to those who are truthful, you know, eventually. So brothers and sisters learn this from you know,
from the seed of the Prophet Mohammed does Islam learn this from this example of cat no Malik, who Nam he suffered for 50 days as well.
He suffered for 50 days, you know, because the Prophet Muhammad, as per his know, the punishment that he inflicted upon camp, nobody will talk to him for 50 imagine for over a month, almost two months. He goes to the masjid nobody's talking to him.
He says Sarah, nobody's talking to him. He goes to the markets. nobody's talking to him. He goes to buy stuff. nobody's talking to him.
So much so that the Prophet Mohammed ordered his wives to leave him.
So he told me no, he asked, shall I ask her to? Shall I divorce her promises? No, just let her go to her, you know, family's home. So probably no, he told his wife to leave him. So now he's alone, not outside, outside. And inside, even in his home, he is alone. Before he had his wife with him. nobody's talking to him. So he goes to his wife and he can have a conversation. But imagine now he cannot converse with no one. No one is talking to him. So here's another at another test. What kind of test he receives a letter from the Romans.
From the mean of the Romans.
Why don't you come to us? We heard that your friend you know, your friends have kind of like disowned you, why don't you come to us, we shall take care of you You shall we shall look after you shall we shall put in I'll give you some status and rank high rank, you know, as if sometimes, you know, you're, you know, you get laid off from your job had a job. And then somehow Allah, you know, you get a very good offer, from, you know, from a very good company, but the work that you'd be doing is hard on work.
Or you may say it's somewhat not Hello, right.
And they pay you a really, really good, a very high salary, but it is not fully Hello. Right? And then you're, you know, you're wondering, you know, I have bills to pay, I have expenses, I have this I have that. I'm a single mom, I'm single this I'm say and I need I need to cover my expenses in the job that you have found it, which pays really, really really well. But it is not Hello.
They may ask you to remove your hijab.
We will pay you over $100,000 a year $200,000 and we pay your goods. But you have to remove your hijab or maybe you have to shave your beard or maybe they tell you not to pray.
Don't dream, dream work, you cannot pray you pray when you go back home but during work time, you can't pray, whatever, whatever all the work that you're doing, it has to deal with, with with,
with anybody with alcohol with usury with with what not look at the test and the trial. And a lot of people sometimes you know, they are they they find themselves Subhanallah going through these types of hardship, and then you have to make a decision. And a lot of people sometimes they make the wrong decision. They're tested, they're trialed, so they have to make a choice right? It's a choice they have two choices and they need to make a decision and a lot of people not don't make the right decision. They fail the test. Got nomadic.
He was put under that, you know that hardship? He lives in this town in Medina. nobody's talking to him.
They're all ignoring him. He goes to the masjid. He says Sadam, nobody replies to them. Yeah, he said, I'm what I need
you to be hating behaviors. I mean, I will do a lot. I know this isn't when you're given, you know.
would sell them when somebody greets you when someone greets you with would sell them you should you know, greet with said lambda is better. Let's say if somebody said Mr. Comey should reply back why they come cinema amatola if somebody says Assam aleikum wa rahmatullah you should reply with a so that might look much much later. I don't want to catch up any better Sam? I will do or at least greet them back with the same greeting.
So he sent a cinema article, he sent a semi commercial at the LA San Diego hotel about a catch up nobody's replying Sam brown Prophet Mohammed SSM, he instructed the Sahaba not to talk to him.
So imagine as less than half an hour to Allah, you know, mentions in the call and insert the tober describing You know, this incident
by the mechanism
for the coming home so matabele him in order for him to delayed indefinitely for her to either adopt him or her but without telling him and foster him. Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions about the death of the three people that that that were held that did not you know, undertook that journey had
adopted him on the earth the and you know, they felt so tight the earth is vast. The earth is vast is wide. Yeah, they felt very tight.
Despite the vastness of the earth, they felt they felt quite tight without him and forced to them and they feel that even their nests Deaf just became so tight Subhana Allah imagine, you can't even breathe your nerves is so tight, your chest is so tight.
nobody's talking to you.
You live your life
and then on top of that, you get an offer to come and then you will get you know
they put you in a high rank
until Allah subhana wa tada sent down the idea that you know,
that they were forgiven. So metabo Allah Himalaya to in Allah whatsoever Rahim and then Allah forgave the salata, tober, verse number 114, and 115.
This is why it's called sort of a tober. So that
that alized version is at the web, that Allah subhanho wa Taala is the one who accepts the Toba. He is the one who initiated you know, repentance and he is the one who accepts it subhanho wa Taala Imagine if you are leaving, and this name of allah door does not exist.
People will just commit sins they wouldn't care. Because there is no such thing as a notion of repentance. Imagine my love for a bit if there was no such thing as repentance. People would sin and nobody will care. People will just keep on sinning. But hamdulillah because Allah as though God reveals himself as at the web, the one who initiated something called repentance and then comes for the one who forgives. Toba is different than my fellow. Toba is different than nephila Toba comes from the Name of Allah the web Toba means to repent or repentance tab, tab in Arabic or let's say alpha turbo
turbo in Arabic Mr. Come back.
Yeah, I need to leave something to make a U turn.
tab. So he leaves you know that wrong which you used to do.
Then after you repent comes out far or for the one who actually forgives the sins.
So you have Toba and then you have money for forgiveness you have repentance and forgiveness.
Yeah, these two words they correlate with one another, but they are different at the same time at tobac comes from repentance to repent when you commit a sin. But do you know if Allah has forgiven you or not? You have repented? How do you know that if Allah has forgiven you, then you have the name of Allah, and then you have forgiven us.
And then comes the other most beautiful name of Allah azza wa jal, and fo the one who faces the sins. So Hannah,
the one who faces the since.
So at the web, Allah for Allah, Allah subhanho wa Taala.
So metabo Allah him near to Allah subhanho wa Taala forgive them.
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calling ya cab no Maliki Academy Malik. schermo absheron aka nomadic gluttony is to kablo Tyrion Gotha is to camp because this a after revealed when Prophet Mohammed was in the machine and the Prophet Mohammed, you know, he mentioned it to this habit, you know, now that Allah zation has forgiven God and then a man rush to come around into him running team. Yeah, cab cab Chef absheron
cab dometic, he made says Ruto, Allah subhanho wa Taala he was so happy. He made Sushil chuckles to Allah, He prostrated in thankfulness to Allah subhanho wa Taala.
And then he wanted the measurement. They'll have not obeyed the law.
They'll have nobody there was the first Sahabi You know, he stood up and he went and he hugged him, the same people who did not talk to him for months, month and a half, almost two months 50 days he stood up and what and he hugged him
on our heater and said hey, Tom chases by Alicia never forget that. I should never forget this action. You know from Tasha, who was the first one to come and hug me.
And then Prophet Mohammed told him as this you can actually sit down or cab and glad tidings to you or come up she'll be highly Yeoman tala la he ended up she'd be I'm sure. The higher yo min
Mundo annually the window and audit, Armando unwelded komak tabouleh hadik. He said, she says, AB shaped lactide is to you this is the the most greatest day you've ever since since you were born. The greatest day since you were born. Allah has forgiven you indeed. Imagine Allah has forgiven you. This is the most beautiful day in my life. To know that Allah has forgiven you.
Ashleigh young fear hieratic.
The best day in your life.
The best day in your life? Oh, god, this is the best day in your life indeed.
Brothers, let me ask you and sisters.
What's the best day in your life?
Those of you on Facebook? Those are Instagram. What do you think the best in your life is? Was? You remember? Do people know? Do you have any idea? What What do you think? I mean, the happiest day in your life?
What's the best day in your life? Brothers and Sisters should tell me talk to me.
I'm sure I'm sure some of you would. I'm sure all of you would know. You know, you have a feeling these there was the happiest day in my life. This definitely was the best day of my life. This day was the best day I've ever seen this day was the happiest day I've ever felt you know. So what do you think was the best in your life? Come on, tell me
when I entered the Prophet's mosque, yes. in Medina Ha. in Medina is mean said when I entered the Prophet's mosque I it was the best day in my life Mashallah. You feel that feeling when you enter the matches? And never we? It's a special feeling when you actually measure the Netherlands? The best in your life? How about you guys in on Facebook? How about anybody else on Instagram? What is the best day in your life? What is the happiest moment in your life? Come on guys. Girls.
Come on guys. Girls, talk to me.
Ah, best in your life.
Let me talk to my guys on Instagram.
I'm busy in your life. What is it? When I love Allah?
When do you think you love Allah
advisory as is
when do you think you love Allah than
was the best in your life guys girls, was the happiest moment in your life. Brothers and sisters
some of you may say the day I embraced Islam
go into mission Hallam. The day when I saw the Kaaba
the day when I entered the helm and I saw the Kaaba for the first time live the best day in my life.
What is the best day in your life?
The happiest moment in your life? The day I saw my daughter you know my first daughter or my son come to life
did they I got my
honor degree or whatnot and that was the best in your life. only heard from two three guys here brothers and sisters. The others they have no best Dania. They're in their lives and the others are like not happy. Are you people sad? When they learn how to walk and do surgery again? Haha, when I learn how to walk and do sujood again, does that mean that there was a time in your life when you were not able to walk and do sujood that's what I understand. I don't know that about you. So there was a time when you couldn't walk normac sujood and then Allah Israel gave you Shiva and then you started walking again. And then making sushi with of course that would be also the best day in my
life. Making sure to Allah associate after I've been solid, like prevented from making sushi. Oh, after I've been not able of making sushi or walking, and then I'm able to walk again and make sushi with the Oh, absolutely. It would be the best day of my life. Yeah, yeah. So now
you know what he says? Uh huh, exactly. That's I I figured I figured what when he said
you know what he says, will lie he made that journey. ilasik you know what saved him sisters and brothers. What saved God nomadic Who can tell me what saved him?
What saved him What made Allah xuejun you know, you know, we need to forgive him.
What may Allah zosia except his repentance says I mean not sad cab, cabs repentance what may Allah zosen accept his repentance? What saved him? Come on guys. I mean they shouldn't you should know this one. You should know this. You know the answer to this question. What saved him? What made Allah accept his repentance?
Come on guys. Tell me those of you on Facebook. What made Allah
Many men melody in a journal cabin nomadic.
What made Allah accept his repentance? What was that thing?
Speaking the truth, a sink. Yes. dabit ain't habits she got it. You got it. Speaking the truth, truthfulness, a sick. You see, he suffered. He suffered he went through some hardship for 50 days. Yet at the end, Allah subhanho wa Taala forgave him.
So he was patient. Yes, it was tough. But he spoke the truth initially.
He spoke the truth initially, and that's what saved him.
Being honest and being truthful, that's what saved him about the elephant.
So my brothers and sisters
this happened after the Battle of
Now Prophet Mohammed Allah His salat wa salam.
We are in the tent of the Allah.
And Prophet Mohammed Ali, his salatu salam is 63 years old.
How old is Prophet Mohammed today 63 years old, what year we are in detention of the asialaw
What happened? Let me tell you a little bit about what happened. Because now Prophet Mohammed insha Allah tala will make the intention to go for hedge. This is the first has an only a hedge of the profit according to the, to the authentic hadith and the scholars. This is the on the hedger of the Prophet Mohammed Allah His salatu salam.
Prophet Mohammed did Allah as we talked about two years back in the eighth of the Allah, but now is the hedger of the Prophet Mohammed, as I said, the only hedger of the Prophet Mohammed in the 10th year
But before we talked about we talked about that was in sisters, let me summarize a sealer
and talk to you about the lessons that we learned from the seal of the Prophet Mohammed Ali salatu salam, I'm going to share with you about maybe 10 to 15 lessons that we learn from the sila. As I mentioned, initially today, some of you came in late brothers and sisters, inshallah, I have maybe one or two more sessions to complete the series, the series of the sin of the Prophet Mohammed also said today, and maybe tomorrow, we will complete the series in sha Allah, today and tomorrow. So let's talk about let me summarize it for you in sha Allah right, let me summarize it for you. Talk to you about the lessons that were and you can tell me but as the sisters also you've been, you
know, you've been with me since the beginning. Today is lesson number 49. Imagine 49 lectures talking about the citizen today for the night tomorrow would be 50 and most likely will be the end of the series. So let's talk about what we have learned so far. What have we learned so far from the scene of the Prophet Mohammed Ali he Ocelot was saying, why it is called Sita, by the way. See that? why it is called Sierra Who can tell me? Yeah, la la la la. Who can tell me?
Who can tell me why is it called Sierra of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam.
Yo, Hi, baby Ella. Johnny Johnny Giambi Quickly, quickly, why is it called scene of the Prophet? I mentioned this in the very, very beginning, the introduction of the set and the set and the session, life of the Prophet Nam life of the Prophet, the seal or other hotaka mercy and see is to walk this is why we call it walking about with the Prophet, we walk upon the footsteps of the Prophet Sierra, from sail, said means to walk
her in Morocco, we say see and see him. See you. In Morocco, when we tell someone to go, we say seal
comes from Sita, the seal, yes, you know, either hapa he walks upon the footsteps. Now, so that's why it's called no see that the detail of the prophets life to guide us now, the detail of the Prophet's life that we take no from the you know, from the deriving lessons from his life, you know, so that we can live upon those lessons from the Prophet Mohammed Ali, his Salat was set up. So let us talk about some of the you know, some of the lessons that we can derive from the sale of the Prophet Mohammed, I expect you to tell me shoot some lessons, you know, from this series that we have undertaken so far. That's our a dozen Oh, well, the first lesson that we learned from the seed
of the Prophet,
one mobile die.
Prophet Mohammed was a planner, strategic planner. And he was proactive. We learned from the CETA you know how to strategically you know, think and plan, yes, this is the meaning of a worker, the worker is not to sit and wait for a lotto poor, you know, and rain money upon you raining money is not going to happen, you know, to what good is that you make an effort while putting a medal for sale.
And the lessons in the end, say and work make an effort on those, you're trying to reward you for your work.
So the first lesson is profit and hammer. Muhammad was a strategic thinker, and planner. And he was proactive as well used to take action
used to take action, so long as he was not reactive. He was proactive. A lot of Muslims unfortunately, a lot of people in general, they tend to react, you know, after the fact versus thinkers, they are proactive.
They act before something happens. They're already have taken in all the steps. They've already have planned, you know, things so if one two or three were to happen there already have, you know, managed it somehow. So you need to be proactive, not reactive, wait for the lockdown to happen for me to go and for me to make Arreola br br BLM BLM Billa make that make that before anything happens Go and do your you know shopping before something happens and don't go crazy. You know, if you feel sick now I'm go to the doctor, but put your trust in Allah but not the doctor, you know? Yeah, don't wait for the rain to happen you know that your roof is leaking. You know that your roof is leaking
and you don't take action to fix your roof until winter time when you start
that it's it's it's it's leaking, you know that it's leaking, go and fix the roof, you know the leak, don't wait until the rain starts pouring. And now we're gonna go and do it it becomes it becomes a major, something that is major, I got to do it.
But you have plenty of time to do it. And this is what causes stress. This is what causes depression. This is what causes anxiety for people to delay stuff, they have time to do them sometimes what happens, they keep they keep on procrastinating the lane until they have no other choice.
Your taxes are due when are they due in Canada, they're due on April the end of April. And people have plenty of time to do their taxes. So but some people they wait until the day before you know the taxes are due as I've got to know my taxes gotta know my taxes gonna do my taxes.
Even the Christians
even I'm sorry, but not only Muslims, people in general, you know, those Christmas shoppers, last minute shoppers, of course the prices would you know, they they go crazy in the last minute or so, you know, when people are shopping, you have always those last minute shoppers, you know, they do the shopping, you know, on the day of Christmas as they call, I'm just giving an example, right? I'm just getting people who procrastinate, people who delay stuff.
So you have plenty of time that you have, you know could have taken to do your shopping or whatnot. And then you leave everything until the end.
You have guests come in.
And you need to do certain grocery shopping before you you know, start cooking. And you had time but you get on the lane, you get on the lane, you have an exam coming up next week, or in two weeks or in a month. Right? You have an exam and then you leave studying until the day prior of the exam. I have plenty of time I can go out now I can play now I can do this now. You know, and then you keep on delaying your study to keep on doing your study. And then a day or two days before I've got to study for my exam. I got to study that's what causes depression, that what causes anxiety. You caused it to yourself.
Prophet Mohammed was proactive. Prophet Mohammed was a strategic thinker. He was a planner. This is lesson number one. Lesson number two is Salah. You know, we learn about patience.
We learn about patience and perseverance from the seat of the Prophet Mohammed as I sit down.
Look what happened to those habba sumaiya.
And her husband
and as a mother son.
Perseverance, not just patience, perseverance. Some of them here.
You know, yes, you go to hardship.
But you have to sacrifice. We heard we learned from the CEO of the Prophet, something called sacrifice.
You sacrifice so much for the sake of La ilaha illAllah. The Sahaba sacrificed, the mahadji didn't want they migrated from Mecca to Medina. They sacrificed a lot they left everything behind. But look what happened to them at the end, who was the winner? They won. And they got a lot more than they have that wish they have sacrificed.
Learn from the sale of the Prophet Mohammed another lesson training, proper training
the Prophet Where did the Sahaba get the proper training brothers and sisters? Those of you who you know who are with me throughout the series,
those of you who are with me from the beginning
those very first hobbies to embrace Islam they got proper training, where did they get the proper training from? Are at Who can tell me
who can tell me Come on?
Who can tell me where those hobbies initially who embrace them get their training from?
Where did they get their training from? Or at?
Come on guys. Yola.
Great quick. I'm waiting. I'm waiting.
I'm waiting I'm waiting.
I've got Facebook and I've got Instagram Yella
where did those Sahaba got their training from? Where you guys are not talking to me?
Why you guys are not talking to me?
Where did the first Hobbes companions of the Prophet get their training from aim? fabic Mashallah, yo and answer the questions. novel outcome, outcome, outcome. Remember, they got the training from there. They got that training from that house of an outcome a young boy and young man
they got the training, spiritual training, emotional training that he man, educational training, even physical training
em, you name it, they got it you know from that half from that house the house of outcome. So we learned from the CEO of the Prophet Mohammed as I said, and that you know, to,
to proceed with, with any of your let's say you have some some Mashallah
you're planning to become a doctor or an engineer or whatnot, you have a dream, right? You want to pursue some sort of dream, you need to get the proper training, you need to become you want to become a speaker, you need to get proper training, you need to become a doctor, you need to get proper training, you need to become a lawyer, you need to get proper training, nothing comes ad hoc, nothing comes like that. Nothing, nothing comes just like you're born as a speaker and a great speaker, nothing comes like without effort, you need to make an effort you need to get the proper training, marketing, you know, you have a beautiful course you have a great no Mashallah program. So
you need people to learn about your programs, you people turn about your, you know, your seminars or whatnot, you need people to learn about your skills. So you need to get that training, how can I, I have a service? How can I let people know about my services, did that training and see how you can you know, convey that message to the people and let them know about what you have to offer, you know, get the proper training.
So we learned that from the CEO of the Prophet Mohammed as well.
So we learned about strategic thinking, we're in about being proactive. We learned about being patient and we perseverance we don't about you know, training, activity, mental training, we don't about coexistence with others from the seat of the Prophet Mohammed it substellar
coexistence atariage man, aha, we don't from the seat of the Prophet, to be open,
accepting you know, others,
to co exist with others, people who may not share the same views, people who may not share the same faith, yet we learn how to coexist.
in Medina, in Medina, you had the Jews, you had the you know, people live in that house, you have a
prophet Mohammed either sit down when he was sending messages to the to the kings and leaders, the Romans, the Persians,
how he coexisted also with the hood, with the Jews, the respect you want to live in Medina, you work you provide, you pay the taxes, in return, you get you know, you get the the safety you get, you know, you get the we would protect you get protection, you get this, you get that you're living with us, you work and you get this in return to how you school existence. You live in the West, you live in England, you live in Canada, live in the US live wherever you live, you know, you need to learn how to integrate with your system with your communities, with the country that you live in. Enough living in a bubble brothers and sisters, we Muslims, enough living in a bubble, us, us versus we we
just know with the Muslims with it, now it's together how to coexist. Now I've got my faith. Now I've got my creed. Now I'm not going to do something that we did that will
matter here to build something that will affect my religion and jeopardize my Deen. I won't do something like that. But I live in the West I have to integrate with with with the communities with the system.
My neighbors? What kind of message Am I sending to my neighbors? Not Muslim neighbors? Right? A Thai is coexistent
as a mams How can we work with other people of faith? The Christians and the Jews and the others? How can we work with them together? You know, for the safety of our country and for the betterment of our country for the betterment of our communities.
You know, a douche. This meant him and I met him and dismayed him and that meant that we learn it. We learn it's upon Allah, how the the AHA within
metabo Shafi how he worked with the limited time that came in prior to him and so on and so forth. Mm hmm.
But as well as working with with a chef theory, and respecting the chef eat and learning from chef eat, and then he went on, and then he, you know, evolved his own his own ways of thinking his own method.
So there was not like, because this might have been that much as if it becomes like you are the Muslim, and you're this guy is Muslim ohada is not following your mother. He's not he's not a Muslim when he had overlap now Habibi a Thai ish
coexistence with people from our faith and people from different faiths as well. We learned that from the seat of the Prophet Mohammed is set up we learn from the scene of the Prophet Muhammad and his brothers and sisters that the the stem is based on Salaam Islam is based on peace.
When do you engage in war you engage in war when you are really like when you're stuck when you're when people aren't about to attack you when when when people are harming you when your blood your wealth, your your your your your
your grace, your dignity is being is being any Come on, people are coming and attacking your dignity that come in, you're attacking your wealth or your faith or whatnot, you know, perfect Mohammed Did he just go on, you know, and start solid war law. He was not able to go and do his work. They did not let him do the work. So he had to you know, he had to protect himself. You have to protect the Sahaba to protect the religion of Islam, the Battle of battle
the Battle of Badr, isn't it brothers and sisters so Islam is based on what Islam is based on Salaam on peace Islam is the religion of peace really, that's what is there means Salaam peace. Islam is not the vision of war. Islam is not the religion of of bloodshed. Look at the conquest of Makkah. I gave that example in a couple of weeks ago when we talked about the the conquest of Mecca. Prophet Mohammed conquered Mecca with not even a single blood being shed. Although it could have been a blood bath of blood on blood bath now, it could have been a bloodbath. But Prophet Muhammad conquered Mecca was not even a single blood being shed. So who says Islam is the religion of war?
Islam is the religion of blood, Islam, the religion of of blowing up explosives and this this and that. No, this is what they want you to think this is what they want the west to think is what the media is, is programming and coining the image. You know, somehow a lot of people think that Islam is that religion, that Islam is the religion of peace.
and that was the very first thing Prophet Mohammed mentioned when he went to from Mecca to Medina is ready for speech, talking about Salaam peace, that whole agenda to be set up to set him up Mr. Burnham was on the belay, when that's when, yeah, that whole agenda to be sent. That's what the prophet was saying to the, to the people from Medina, to the Jews, to the house of the hustlers
or people feed the poor, have to send em Greek people would send em feed the poor and the needy, pray what others are asleep, you shall enter agenda in Sadam, you should enter gender in peace, we want peace, we don't want war.
We learned from the scene of the Prophet Mohammed It is sad to say them,
that women, a man or woman was present
woman was present. It was not only not men who, who participated in you know, in in this wars or, or in that hour, or men who were actually left things and then went on and and and and conveyed the message of Islam women also were part of an integral part not just a part they were an integral part of of this handler, you know, the betterment of this beautiful message of Islam and the conveying of the message of Islam women they played a very integral role. We know that from the scene of the Prophet Mohammed ideas of Sudan in CSR in all politically women were there
not only just in a politically they were there
in the mean, everything that women were not just
restricted in homes, raising kids.
there was not that Yes, that's me know one of the integral role of cars of course, but I know if you look at the seal of the Prophet Mohammed we learn also that women, women, they weren't you know, they will see us yet political Mashallah I know they they have brains, the internet, the prophet Mohammed also used to consult
with women like that beautiful example.
When you know the Prophet Mohammed in during the, you know, the social media, when he came with the intention of of oma and then the Prophet Mohammed told the Sahaba to go and shave their heads will go and back and they did not want to shave their heads they were so heartbroken that we come, we came with the intention to go and perform was to go back and leave. So Prophet Mohammed was so upset, he went back inside his tent, and then his wife told him, Were you upset?
I told them to go and shave their heads. And they have recently no restraint. And I'm afraid that Allah will sit down his punishment abandoned. She says yes, will Allah, why don't you go and shave your head. And if you shave your head, they will see you shaving your head that when they go and shave their heads themselves,
they will know that this is the end. And that's what the Prophet did. I sought to sell
women were present.
You name it, when the Sahaba the migrated, those of you those of the Sahaba. The Sahaba is the first ones that migrated to a senior
to a senior to an Habesha, what were they doing there? They were, they lived there. But they were you know, they contributed into the economy of UN habitat. What were they doing, they started making things crafting things from leather, because they knew that had machinery and people are seen and people used to like things from leather. So the Sahaba and the Sahaba. Yet
the women's that have yet they were making things grafting things from leather and selling it to the Athenians in a very decent price, making Heather living and contributing into the economy of the of the country. We learned that from the sea of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu setelah
were known from the seat of the Prophet Muhammad, that the that this religion, you know, is not just not the religion of Dean, Dean, Dean Dean, as you know, in relation to religion that is also as part of our religion is education,
you know, share
poetry, and Rashid, you can have fun in Islam. We learned that from the sin of the Prophet Muhammad, as I said,
some people think that Dean is just like, so strict. There's no room for fun. There is no room for this or that who says they used to sync poetry when many times remember when they were digging the trench? Remember brothers and sisters, I talked about the trench. I used to go with my sisters and brothers to Sofia for missed from Facebook. And also Mr. Graham, are you following me?
Are you guys following me? I'm just talking, talking, talking talking.
I'm talking about lessons from the seal of the Prophet.
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Are you are you not? You're following Yes. I raise Kamala hair. But you know, so we're talking about you know, some people like it was mentioned that some people think that Islam is this religion of just being so strict Michelle Aniki my somebody
No, you know what that means, right? Now you are Alice, you know, and I know, forget I was saying that some people think that religion is just religion of any being so strict and being so serious, where as you can have fun, the Sahaba when they were digging the trench, right, they were, they were singing they were you know, some of them were, you know, reciting that poem. And and and I want to know that Lola is level Medina. Aloma homilist Elmo has you know what on sa llama ha lashon Hara for
our phones and so one more Hello Jolla now I'm making some beautiful songs and this and that and the Prophet was participating singing with them some Allah you said, you know reciting that poetry. So, the religion is also our Deen is not just a religion of being strict. We can have fun we can have something called head and fun. I'm talking to all the husbands and wives out there who think that lead Allah it is just either either this or nah, fire there's no gender in the home. You just snuck in and you're praying or you go to Home fire Habibi. You can tell your son the same thing you can say if you were to pray with enter Jenna, why would you have to say if you don't pray you go to hell
fire Jani. We can have fun in Easter, something that we learned from the sin of the Prophet Muhammad Allah, his Salah to set up. We know from the scene of the Prophet it was to them.
That these there are certain acts that are revealed based on certain circumstances.
walk through what does an item walk through Jihad does a Jihad when tongues for brotherhood, Allah subhanho wa Taala listen down, I add that talk about brotherhood when it's time you know, when there's something about, you know, a jihad, there certainly is that would reveal about jihad, which means brothers and sisters. Sad to say, every time has its own circumstances or whatnot, you know, time to have fun, it's time to have fun time to be serious. It's time to be serious time for Brotherhood is time for brotherhood time for unity is that everything has its own
particular timings. We learned that from the CEO of the Prophet Muhammad Ali, he start to say, we learn from to reform because the sealer is about the formation of the earth. The sealer is about Islam and the formation of this earth to have this reformation of the earth brothers and sisters, if you want to have even in your home, to have a re formation in your home to make changes in your mission in your community in your system to make Jesus you need to be truthful. Step number one. Are you writing down these things? brothers and sisters? I hope you're writing down I'm giving you gold guys. I'm giving you gold golden information. I hope you people are taking notes.
Yes, me I'm sure she's taking no she always takes no niche me no Anissa It depends, either either has Well, I know now what she's taking notes. I don't know about the guys, the guys they think they can use their brain again, I'm gonna remember the heavy you're not gonna remember, take notes. All of you take notes. I know. So, for two for you to have a reform in your home, in your system in your community, in a mission in your in your work. You need some truthfulness. You need Amana, you need to be I mean, you know, sincere need to be unwell fat loyalty, Eman, you need an Amen. You need hope. You need email, you need faith. You need loyalty. You need to be able to fulfill and to commit
commitment and truthfulness. These are these qualities that you would need for you know a reform to happen. The brothers and sisters, you need to also respect different opinions. People may not agree with you at all time. If you're a leader at home, that mom and dad or whatnot, you know, husband, wife, you're making decisions, you have to let you know, understand that people may not agree with you all the time. So you need to learn how to live despite the differences of opinions, how to live, how to coexist, as I have mentioned, Prophet Mohammed, he changed the location where they were about to camp in the Battle of bado.
He learned how you know, he knows how to listen, and how to respect and if I'm wrong, let's say if I'm you know, my decision is not the right decision. I can change that decision. The Prophet Mohammed choose a camp right? And then somebody came to me says you have a sola is this based on this choice of the camp? Is this based on a way? Is it revealed? Or is it can we use you know, discuss it can we use open is no I just thought you know, maybe this is just noise for Allah is not the best location, the best location will be here, buy this well. So that we can, you know can buy the well so that we can have water next to us.
And if Polish was to come, they will be thirsty, they won't come in, we'll be able to come next to the water. Perfect. Mohammed says right? And he changed the location.
Tell him what he
in this. It is not always your decision that would work. It is not always your opinion.
It is either my way or the highway, you need to listen to others and see if the others make more sense. I know sometimes some people have lived their lives. They live their lives, you know, using a particular you know a way or whatnot, but sometimes need to learn, especially when you live with others how to let go, how to
how to live your life, especially where when you're sharing with others or living with others or working with others. It is not I always do it this way. They always do it that way. But the other one always also does it the other way. So we need to respect each other and work out our way. It's our way versus your way or my way. We learned this from the sila of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and brothers and sisters. I've got another maybe two more, you know lessons that I want to share with you.
From the seat of the Prophet Muhammad Ali Sufism. I know today's lesson was pretty long. 55 minutes today's lesson was quite long because we're talking. I'm summarizing the
See that for you. And I'm no deriving lessons from the sealer. And they took me in 55 minutes. As I mentioned, normally, I just do between half an hour to 40 minutes. Keep it short and sweet. But I've got maybe two more or three more. Three more lessons. And I saved them at the end. Beautiful lessons, amazing lessons, soft lessons, lovely lessons. You want to hear them, huh? Do you want to hear them? Tell me if you want to hear them. Tell me tell me if you want to hear them. Facebook, you want to hear them?
is the graph. I've got three more. Now I'm about to share with you. And then I will move to the emotional death of the Prophet but before the emotional death of the Prophet I want to talk about his final farewell has almost hesitated with that 100,000 people will go hedge with Prophet Mohammed and his SLM people will describe the hazard of Lhasa, Allah The one and only has hospitalized with Sarah. Prophet Mohammed will come back home he will be tired and he will not pray Salah with Gemma for five days. In fact he will pray he will be sick and then he will be praying sitting
he will be praying sitting because he's very tired and sick. The very first time where Prophet Mohammed will be praying sit in and the Sahaba are also praying sitting because the amount of his brain sit in front of Mohammed his brain sit into which is another 50 lesson when the men pray sitting the moon also have to pray sit in a locker well.
If the Imam priests sit in the morning, they pray sitting as well.
Hmm. So I've got three more and I know what Anissa she smells something called cliffy.
More initially, she smelled something called gliffy like a cliffhanger. So it is definitely a cliffhanger. We will finish it up tomorrow in sha Allah who Dianna tomorrow, Saturday Bismillah we will finish talking about the lessons from the seal of the Prophet talking about the farewell hedge and then talking about the emotional hedge of the Prophet Mohammed or the emotional death of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and then talk to you about the new series which will start in sha Allah, Allah, especially in the month of Ramadan, brothers and sisters. Also, I'd like to remind you of my how to have an outstanding Ramadan seminar on webinar, I have you know,
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Brothers and sisters make sure you come tomorrow because tomorrow is the day where we will end the series to Mashallah will be the day where we will end officially the sales of the sale of the Prophet Mohammed it will be emotional, maybe some crying, maybe some shedding of some tears talking about the death of the Prophet can hammer some love What are you selling? Is that Kamala have male love this y'all melody words you all may Allah Subhana Allah to Allah designed to fill those two May Allah subhanho wa Taala grant to everything that you wish for everything you wish, anything that you wish, be a good for you metallisation make it possible for inshallah to Allah, protect you protect
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