Channel: Saad Tasleem
Islamic fashion explained to us by Sh. Saad
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This is just like what I'm wearing right now like this what I wear my everyday life. You know, one of the one of the best pieces of advice that I got from one of my teachers before I left Medina. I asked him for advice, like, like I did with a lot of my, my teachers and chips. And he said to me, said be an open book.
And my first reaction was like, What do you think? And he didn't explain it. But it's only after coming back and, and, and teaching and being in the public spotlight, I really understood what he meant. And what that meant to me was Be true to who you are. Like, if you pretend to be someone else, if you try to be someone that you're not, eventually it's going to catch up with you and you won't be able not only will you not be able to live with yourself, but people will see through the fakeness and they won't buy what you're selling. And I think it's important for people to take you seriously it's important for them to trust you and know you're a genuine person, you're not trying
to be someone else. And that's how I live my life. This seminar is is not is not me preaching. It's not me just teaching. This is my life. This is how I live my life. And this seminar is an extension of who I am. And if you asked me like why I picked this seminar, that's the reason I always tell my students that if I teach a subject, I have to be passionate about it. And it has to mean something to me,
for me to teach it. And so that's why this is this is this is one subject that, you know, I thought a lot about what should I teach next. And this was the natural conclusion. This was is the it came organically to me to teach this topic in this subject.