Channel: Saad Tasleem
Series: Saad Tasleem - Forgotten Sunnahs
Coming Home From a Trip
Assalamualaikum and welcome to another episode of forgotten suddenness. In today's episode, we're going to be talking about what you do when you come home from a trip.
It's a hidden part it is narrated by capital D Allah, and that when the Prophet salallahu it who said them would return from a trip or a journey, he said, Don, and mesh did felpham naraka attain obliges that the party said them would enter the masjid and he would pray to cause of prayer before he would sit down. So this is this one of the parts of them that normally would process them would be out of town, and he would come into town, he would first go to the mission. And before he talks to anyone, before he does anything, he would pray to the guise of prayer, then he would sit down and speak to people and address their concerns and their issues, and so on and so forth. So there's
actually two centers that we learn here first of all, that when we come home, we come back to our city, our place where we live, that we should go to the mesh did as the first thing and I know this is definitely a forgotten son. We often rarely think about the mission when we come home, we want to run to our house we want to run to our family members, but the sooner the present them is to go to the mesh at first and this actually shows us the importance of the mesh did in a Muslims life that there's that strong close connection with the mesh and that the first thing one does when they come back home is that they go to the mesh to second of all to pray to recognize when we go to the
masjid, we pray to guys, most of our scholars they say that praying the two guys after travel, this is not meant for the home. This is meant for the mission. So once again we go to the mission and pray to the cause of prayer before we do anything else. And this once again shows us the importance of our spirituality in our lives as believers and Allah subhana wa tada knows best. Until next time, Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh