Blast From The Past – Season 2 – Episode 25
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Bismillah R Rahman Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah who Allah Allah He was a big marine
Allahumma khemka miombo Haley jela Chico, Avi, supersonic lacquer, ham taraba Willa can either be condemned by the river
My dear brothers and sisters in Islam, I greet you with the greetings of Islam. Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh
I welcome you all to episode number 25 the final episode of season two.
So Pamela blast from the past Sierra in the 21st century. First things first, all praises belongs to Allah subhanho wa Taala. We praise Him, we seek his assistance and we seek His forgiveness and we seek refuge in Allah subhanho wa Taala from the evil of our souls and the adverse consequences of our deeds,
whom serve Allah subhanho wa Taala decreased guidance upon the non kin was guide him and who serve Allah subhanho wa Taala decrease misguidance upon the nun can guide him and peace and salutations be upon the final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I bear witness that there is no one worthy of worship besides one Allah, and that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is His Messenger.
My dear brothers and sisters yesterday we were traveling through lessons from the hedger of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to Medina. The last lesson we discussed was the Favell, the honor, and the virtues of Abubakar
and today we want to kick off this final session, just talking about in a small way. Ali rhodiola one robiola and the reason why it comes to light and comes to mind in this final episode, and in the discussion surrounding the hero is because Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he commanded early rhodiola one to sleep in his bed as he went to meet Abubakar Viola one and left for the hero. So he commanded the idea that look, you will sleep in my bed. Now.
You know what will make us understand who your loved one was? earlier the last one was a man known for his wisdom. He was a man known for his courage. He was a man known for his bravery. And he was the man
that was practically brought up by Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam because we know that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was also practically brought up by who?
The father of rhodiola one and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam wanted to reciprocate the kindness because it was from the sons of a Buddha and he had many children and it was not very well to do. So Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam took his young son and brought this boy into the into his home, right the home that he shared with Khadija robiola, Juana and we discuss a lesson from this in season one of blast from the past. I won't tell you what, I'll let you go and listen to it yourself and view it and we discuss it in particular when we talk about the marriage of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam to Khadija, the Allahu Allah, and the important lesson of
rights versus responsibilities in marriage. So go and revise that lesson. Insha Allah. So this was a boy practically brought up by Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He was from the youth the first to accept Islam naturally. Naturally, he was the first from the youth to accept Islam, robiola, and he also was the son in law of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam virtue after virtue after virtue, celibate rhodiola Juan says that he heard Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say on the day of haber. He says that I heard him Salalah alayhi wa sallam say, I will give the flag to a man at whose hands Allah will grant victory law.
Allah will grant victory, so they got a bushing to see to him the flag will be given each of them hoping that this flag would be given to them. And then Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam said, Where is it?
Where is it? This is what Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, and they told him that it was not available. Why? Because he was ill. Why? Because he was suffering from some trouble. So Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam commanded that it be brought forth to him. And Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam placed his saliva in the eyes of Allah, Allah
and His eyes became huge. So Han Allah, we spoke about Abu Bakar when he was standing
Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam placed his saliva on the saw of Abu Bakar and the pain disappeared. A little bit of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam and everything becomes fine and hamdulillah and this caddy is narrated by Al Bukhari and Muslim this hadith is beyond doubt. And this is from the virtues of Allah. Robbie Allahu
Allah subhanho wa Taala gathers with him and Abubakar and Omar and both men and all the Sahaba of the Allahu from the Mahajan and the answer in Jannah Ameen. europen alameen. My dear brothers and sisters, moving forth from the lessons of this age around is the fact that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam visited Abubakar and used to visit Abu Bakar. And we know this because when he went to the house of Abubakar during the heat of the day, from the narrations besides it pertaining to this hegira was that statement that this is an odd time for Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam to visit us. So what do we learn from this, that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam frequently
visited who Abubakar and this is also from the virtues of Abu Bakar recited many virtues yesterday. Right. So this is from the virtues of Abu Bakar. Now we learn from this for those who ponder a little bit, especially in the 21st century, that those who are older, can go and visit those who are younger. Those who are older, can go and visit those who are younger, some cultures, they don't believe in this. I say no, we older they must come visit us. We will not go visit them in Islam. No, they only can go visit the young. And you know what, my dear brothers and sisters, this is great therapy. This is greater via that when you go visit the young you teach the young the importance of
visiting the elders and the young as well. Right? Because every generation we go into that generation enjoy certain specifics. And I say enjoys in inverted commas, but they enjoy certain specifics that gives this generation a mindset that the previous generation did not have. It's not that the younger generation doesn't value you. They just don't value visiting anybody Did it ever occur to them the need to do so if you as an elder go and visit them, you teach them the importance of going to visit others, those who are younger, and those who are older. And also you happen to celebrate this hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam or the Sunnah. So the next time you
go visit someone younger than you remember we spoke earlier, tie everything to Allah. How do you tie this visit to Allah by saying today I want to walk in the footsteps of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he used to visit those who are younger. So I'm doing that today. That is a lesson. Also, my dear brothers and sisters from the lessons that we learn from this era is that when Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam went to meet Abu Bakar during the heat of the day, the Hadith says that he sought permission to enter. We learned from this a few etiquettes etiquettes pertaining to what etiquettes pertaining to visiting one another. The number one, when you visit somebody seek
permission to enter. Don't just barge into their home. Don't just barge into their presence, right? Don't just barge into their phone, you see their phone, you start going through their phone. This is wrong. This is entering somebody's private space. Right? We shouldn't be searching each other's phones. We shouldn't be doing that. We shouldn't be walking into other people's homes. We shouldn't be walking into people's private place and private property except with permission. And this lesson becomes highly manifested because Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is more deserving than the believers. And maybe you owe less meaning as Allah subhanho wa Taala said Rasulullah sallallahu
alayhi wa sallam is more deserving than the believers. That's why Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam could get a female married without her well he present because he has a greater right to her than her well, he, he cares for her more than her. The gift is given her is more than her. Well, he because he came he came with Islam. And he came with the teachings about how Allah wants to be worshipped. So he has a special place. But even though he has this special place, he also has to seek permission to enter somebody's home. If this was the case with Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam, then understand that this is even more the case with us. And we can take this discussion
further, like eavesdropping, listening into people's conversations. This is you entering their private place. This is not allowed peeping into their homes, this is not allowed. And since we're talking about the etiquettes, from the etickets, as Allah tells us in Surah Lu in ayah, number 58. Allah says that
in this ayah and
I'm getting a tongue twister now in it
Number 58 in Surah Noor Allah subhanho wa Taala he prevents the young children from entering people's private space a three times in the day before fudger. At the time of the noon rest of the day you Lula, which is the short nap, and after the Isha prayer, revise I am number 58 from Surah Lu. Right. So, but the scholars say that, yes, this is by default, you're not allowed to visit people at this time, but if you do, you must seek permission before entering now we know the young children, they enter into people's spaces because they're young. But even the young children here were told do not enter people's private spaces at least three times of the day, unless you seek
permission, which teaches us why we see in the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam went for the hegira. The comment was made that this is an odd time for Rasulullah to visit us, because Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam doesn't visit at midday. And we know the instruction in the Quran as well that Allah says at this time of the day, don't visit any few visits, seek permission and only enter when permission is granted. This is a lesson. And that's why that comment was made that this is an odd time if he's here. There's some great matter that has happened. And what is that grade matter that Allah has commanded him to do the heater?
Right. So my dear brothers and sisters, this is from the etiquettes Once you are on the air tickets, you will take a couple of more. All right from the etiquettes when you go to somebody's house, and you knock their door, knock once if you don't hear an answer, knock twice. If you don't hear an answer, knock three times. If you don't hear an answer, go back. For JIRA, Go back.
Don't keep on banging, banging ice in your car outside. I saw you driving into your driveway. I know you inside
right? I can hear you talking open the door bang bang bang bang bang This is not from the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. This is not from his son.
And as Allah says in the Quran, if you are told to go back, go back, which means from the etiquette of visiting people is not to become upset when somebody says brother sister, I'm busy. Please come back later. today. What happens? What happens? Somebody says brothers, I'm busy. Please come back later. We take offense, La La quwata illa Billah. Is this how it is fair? Wait till you come to my house next time. Right. Now tip for chatting left which is wrong. No. Allah says if you are told to go go back that is better for you. And from the Sahaba were those who wished they wished and wished and wished that one day they could have been told to go back to they could practice the
salon de la we were told to go back we've lived the ins we actually went without feeling any any remorse. We've lived the son of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. This is from the etiquettes. Today we have bells today even when we phone people's mobile phones don't fall more than three times if they don't answer, let it be. And from the etiquettes brothers and sisters when you visit somebody is that after you knock their door, don't stand in the middle of the door, stand towards the right, or stand towards the left. But don't stand in a way that as soon as the door opens you can see inside the home. And this is also from the student of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam.
Right. Because in reality as Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,
then seeking permission to enter Allah has decreed why mean actually in basa for your eyes to protect your eyes from seeing that which you should not see. Which means even when you get to somebody's door don't stand in a way that you will see what is in the home before they give you permission to empty and it happens naturally. That sometimes the person opens the door they still want to see who it is. And now Mashallah you are filling your eyesight. By looking into this person's home, this is wrong. This is wrong from the etiquettes of visiting people is when somebody says Who is it? You don't say me
it's me by who's Me? Me Me by who's Me Me?
No, you must say your name. And if if there's many arguments, for example, or any Mohammed's for example, then you must say you're assigning because the identity must be known. That's the right of the person who owns the house and is about to open the door. This is from the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. We can go on my dear brothers and sisters, the sooner is rich of adapt, Islamic morals, Islamic manners, Islamic etiquettes maybe we can do this in Malaysia one day. I taught it in Dubai over two days, almost 10 hours a day, right 10 hours on Saturday 10 hours on Sunday and I teach it in knowledge international international university as well as a four month
course a four month program. Right? The swindler is full of it. A lie this Jerry is rich. The Sharia is pure. The Sharia is holistic. It teaches
Jesus how to be with Allah. He teaches us how to be with each other. It teaches us how to be with our environments. It teaches us everything. I dare you to find me a system as robust and holistic as the Sharia, my dear brothers and sisters from the etiquettes.
Or should I say from the lessons, let's move off the tickets from the lessons of this mighty hegira
is the lesson of looking after that which has been entrusted upon you. And we spoke about this yesterday, right? Because we said that Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam even though the hedgerow was repaired, and he needed to be done, and it was a mighty event in Islamic history, and it was really the partition, right, the partition, and that transition period from weakness to strength, even though it had to stay behind, not not just to sleep in the bed of Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wasallam, to assist the plan of meaning as this was the kind of Allah to assist Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his departure, because the homes were different, then, you
know, sometimes you could see through the cracks. And if it look like someone is in the bed, then this would allow Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam to further distance himself from Makkah. In his departure, nobody would suspect anything, because we can see there's a shadow in the bed, there's a shape in the bed, there's someone in the bed, this was the wisdom, right? So it wasn't just so that he stays in the bed. No, it was also so that he could give those matters of that was interested in given Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam back to its rightful owners, my dear brothers and sisters, we learned the importance of this, we learned the importance of this, never
ever betray trust. Never ever, when someone gives you something to look after, give it back to them, and look after it as you would look after your own belongings, number one, number two. Number two,
even in business, even in inheritance, don't start investing money, which is not yours. Sometimes it's been entrusted to you. don't invest it without permission, don't start turning the money. Don't start making unilateral business decisions when you're a partner and somebody else has 50% right in that decision. You must look after the trust because your partner has trusted you. Just like you have trusted your partner. I'm trying to bring this lesson into the 21st century. Because today, these are the problems we have people investing in people's inheritance without their permission. people making unilateral decisions when the decision making process requires the signature of the
other party requires they go ahead, they stamp the approval, you make a unilateral decision. And sometimes what's even worse, we invest their money, we make a profit we keep all the profit for ourselves and return the capital. We say Well, you didn't need it. You didn't need it. Right. So if it was I didn't give it to you to save keep we partners in the business naturally. You have you have signet, you're a signatory on my on the account. So yeah, but anyway, you got what was there? This was just a deal that popped up. And I needed the money and the money was there. So I used it. No, my dear president says this is not ethical. This is not ethical, and understand how the Sharia is
robust again, and how valuable the ethics of the Sharia is, right? I don't want to go into a deep detailed discussion because this is a long discussion. And we have had some MLS and financial discussions here in the masjid, in some of our other lessons. And perhaps if Allah wills, I will come back to Malaysia we will discuss marmelade from a more holistic perspective. And look at these ethics that the Sharia has put into place and why and how Islamic finance and economics and transactions, defers to capitalism or Neo capitalism and communism and other systems insha Allah This is perhaps something that will happen in the future. there is interest here and I have also
made a sincere intention to come back and teach this. So I don't want to go into it in detail now. But I want to coin food for thought. Look after the trust my dear brothers and sisters, we learned this great lesson from the hytera. May Allah grant us the understanding mean, and May Allah make us stronger Ganesha banned me from the lessons My dear brothers and sisters we learn the importance of financial independence. Where do we learn this from when Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam took the quicker animal of Abu Bakar Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said I take it with its price, meaning you will receive its amount. This teaches us brothers and sisters, that it's more
befitting that we do not behave as children. You know as people that receive charity is more befitting that we remain as the charitable and give out charity is more befitting that we are not concerned about that which is in the hands of people, but we work hard to establish ourselves by ourselves of course, after seeking assistance from Allah subhanho wa Taala remember this My dear brothers and sisters, so de la Sol Allahu alayhi. wa sallam is highlighting this. He's saying but I will take it
But bytes with its price. I may not have it now but you will get its price with Abu Bakar wants to take it doesn't want to take it that's a different thing. But what it Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said
and we learn from this that sometimes yes we are with people naturally we have generous friends, whenever we go out to eat, they always pay whenever we go out shopping they always face and how we make a habit. We just leave our wallet at home all the time.
Right? Don't do that. Don't do that. Because it's it's your own character development. Sometimes say no. I'm saying today you're not paying today you will not pay I will be paying I know you're generous. May Allah reward you don't get the rewards for yourself, share the Hey, let us also participate. This is good for your own character, your own development, your own mindset, your own confidence. Right. Now, the scholars say that the reason why Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam specifically said that I will take this animal on condition of its price is because he was an eBay da, he was an eBay and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wanted to complete this order with his
wealth and himself. It wasn't just by himself, everything about it, you want to do
it better. So by its price, I want to complete this this rabada with my wealth and myself, right brothers and sisters, right? So this is definitely more noble. And as jsm engine rewards are proportionate to efforts, if the effort is greater, the rewards are greater. So Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is looking after his revival from all aspects. This doesn't mean that you know you're not allowed to take money from someone to go for Hajj. No, but we talking about what's noble and what lesson we learn from this. And if we just stretch the discussion, my dear brothers and sisters, then let me highlight for you all the importance of also enabling people when
we are charitable to them. Sometimes Yes, Allah has given us in martial law, this is a message in martial law that time and time again wherever I went in Kuala Lumpur, they say they say
that you are staying with the affluent of society of KL, in the demonstra Heights, Mashallah the people who are wealthy the people who are affluent, so perhaps this message is is conducive to my audience. Right, my dear brothers and sisters, what the Sharia loves is for you to be charitable in a way that enables people not break them. You don't be charitable to them in a way where they become dependent on you. And this greater harm that befalls them the day you cannot be charitable charitable to them again, always remember this. In the English language, we say don't give a man a fish, give him a net. If you give him a net, he'll have a fish every day. If you give him a fish,
tomorrow, you'll need a fish again is stuck. Right? I add to that, I say don't give him a net. teach him how to make the net also, because you might have a hole in the net. After some months you'd be stuck again. So teach him how to make the net and teach him which materials are needed. This is how you enable people, brothers and sisters, right? So enable people, enable them, grow them to a position where they can start being charitable to other people. Indeed, this is more beloved to Allah. Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam. Why? Because this is of greater benefit to the community. Does that make sense? Brothers and sisters, and Allah knows best from the lessons, so many lessons will
be learned from the lessons, my dear brothers and sisters is
just following on from this, my dear brothers and sisters, and this is a lesson for those who are propagating Islam. Because we see today
in some circles,
propagation doesn't happen unless the price is met. Unless the price is met. I'm not saying that.
You know, she didn't become rich. I'm not saying that
shouldn't be looked after by the community. In fact, the community must understand that they are more important than medical doctors. And the reality is we live in a world that
you know, they're not, they're not looked after they may be an Imam, they may be a teacher, they don't get paid, as well as others do. So the community must come together and honor the way you look after them without them having this need to stipulate right. But the message is my dear brothers and sisters, we should not put ourselves in a position in the era where we say I will come and teach you about a lion or a salon condition you pay me an XML. And if you don't agree then I'm not coming. Because this fiddles with the intention. We are all human beings, the sort of La sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wants this to happen with himself and his wealth, right? If someone gives you a gift,
that's a different story. If you say look, it's advisable please, this is a request because I am going to leave some of my work in the hours that I'm coming to teach you. I'm not coming to teach you for the money. But this is a request. If you are unable I'm still gonna come in sha Allah because teaching about Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said Rebecca you want to do it by default with yourself as well as your wealth. Right? So
To my young people in the audience here, right as you're growing up sama Mashallah have told me they are inspired to become scholars and they inspired to go study Islam and they inspired yes be inspired my dear brothers and sisters, but don't be inspired to do it because Mashallah there's a lot of travel that can happen. Some people say Masha, Allah, you know, she has you traveling here, you traveling there.
That's not the reason why you should go study Islam. Right, right. Someone in Malaysia told me the other day that there was one propagator who visited Malaysia and said in appearance fees to give talks. In one year, he made
hundreds of 1000s of dollars, hundreds of 1000s of dollars. I mean, even businessmen don't make this in a year.
And he actually said that I made this appearance, he is going to give talks and going to teach. So now what happens to the youth Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, now it's lucrative, man, we need to go and study. Let's go and look for Islamic institutes.
Right? The not so strict about all levels and a levels anyway, we can travel and we can make hundreds of 1000s of dollars.
No, my dear brothers and sisters, and whoever makes hundreds of 1000s photo from Allah, Allah hamdulillah. But this is not something that should be advertised. And I think there should be a level of sanctity that should always accompany anything about Islam and propagating Islam Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, as we said earlier, he was more deserving than the Muslims, he could have taken this from Abu Bakr and said, that's it. I'm taking your animal, but he stipulated by its price, teaching us that you know, this is Rebecca with your wealth and yourself has greater weight number one number two matches of the Sherry I have a sanctity that should be looked after don't
commercialize, don't culture allies don't industrialize. You know everything when it becomes an industry becomes dangerous. When food became an industry, we saw what happened to food started becoming genetically modified. Right? The medical field is also an industry today with medicines all sorts of medicines are coming about all sorts of tests. inconclusive tests sometimes get the product to the market main thing is people take it. The other day somebody told me some kind of law, you know, pharmacy with what pharmacy of meaning the pharmaceutical industry, you know what it's about, it's about prolonging your sickness. So you keep on buying the medicine.
When everything becomes an industry, it becomes dangerous. The hour should not become an industry. It shouldn't be commercialized, it's sanctity should be protected. And may Allah enrich the drought. I mean, may Allah make them the richer, the richest of the rich, I mean, with money in their hands and not in their heart because indeed, in this day and age when you have wealth people see you as honor when in fact it is more beneficial than wealth. A man or a woman is not seen like a man of wealth they seem unfortunately, even though when you spend wealthy decreases, when you spend the rate increases, even the wealth you have to look after you have to put it in a safe, but it looks
after you so candlelight protects you from harm. It protects you from being wrong. To take this My dear brothers and sisters, from the lessons of the hijra is our call. And we discussed this in the earlier episodes when we spoke about the conversation between Abu Bakr radi Allahu Allah and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he said letter has an in Allah Allah, don't be afraid of lies with us. What is your view? aboubaker with regards to two people and allies the third. And you know what's amazing? He said, What is your view about two people? He didn't say what is the view of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was Abu Bakar and allies that that he didn't mention his
name. He didn't mention Abu Bakr his name, meaning what total reliance is on who on Allah not my status as a messenger, not your status as my companion. Total reliance is on Allah. What is your view aboubaker of two people and allies the third and Allah says in the Quran is the Fulani, Swahili, Jackson when he says to his companion, don't be afraid in the Mahayana Indeed, Allah is with us. So this is the lesson of tawakkol that put your trust in Allah. It all goes back to Allah, not a prophet that was sent, not an angel that was sent. It goes back to Allah. Because Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam could have said Abubakar, don't worry, you are with the Messenger of
Allah. He could have said that, but he kept his name out of it. Look at the statement of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He says what is your view of two people?
Not a messenger, not a companion of a messenger to people irrelevant. It doesn't matter who we are. What matters is allies. The third, what matters is you rely on Allah He is the Protector. We have the understanding I mean, we also learned my dear brothers and sisters from the story and conversation between Abu Bakar and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam the importance of calming people in distress. We should calm people in distress. calm them down. Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is calming Abubakar when people are distressed calm them down. Somebody had a
Car Accident coming down. Don't go there and say yeah, I told you so you see you speed you don't listen, you deserve what you got. You didn't wear your seatbelt, you see, and that's not the right thing. That's not the time was the place to be saying these things. person is distress is a time in place where everything now calm the person down. This is from the student of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he's coming Abubakar rhodiola.
Right? him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is coming Abubakar robiola one. We also learned my dear brothers and sisters and time is running by that the cave is a haven. The cave is a haven and I want you to go back to season one of blast from the past and I discussed Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam in the cave of Hira. We discussed this and we talked about how you and I need a cave in our life as well. Not a real cave. Don't go in and start bringing rocks into your home because your wives won't be happy.
But what I mean is a metaphorical cave where you switch off your mobile phones you switch off from society. You switch your from your family and you have what I've been telling you have that thinking they have that thinking that way you think you go into your cave, the Cave of Hira was hailed and goodness for Mohammed Salah Allahu alayhi wa sallam. This came in the mountain of dough was paid and goodness for Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in Abu Bakar in the story of the people of the calf that came was safety for them. People were chasing them because they were worshipping Allah and declaring allies when Allah makes the cave time and time again. This place of solace and solitude,
this place to have your therapeutic moments, a means of goodness for you. A means for you to connect to your fitrah that inner voice calling you to Allah calling you to Allah, oh servant of Allah, turn back to Allah, O servant of Allah. Money in Your hands, not in your heart. Oh servant of Allah. Don't lose hope in Allah. oh seven of Allah. Where are you going with this? This the grave danger of death is coming. A servant of Allah worshiping Allah. Yes, that voice is calling, calling calling. But the noise of social media and society drowns it out. We need a cave. When we get into that case, now we can
actually have revised season one. How many minister carry on minute, by from the lessons that we learned my dear brothers and sisters is the permissibility of hiring and then Muslim. Because Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and Abu Bakar Abu Bakr in particular, he hired Abdullah and we discussed this the guide, he was a non Muslim, as long as he's trustworthy, you can hire him and imagine, you know, for a person to be your guide, you have to trust the person because he could guide you into the path of the Quran. Right? So Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and Abu Bakar trusted him. Thus they hired him. So this is with regards to hiring someone who's not a believer.
Right? So we see that, you know, even as a Muslim, we live with each other on a human level. Because even a Muslim if he's not trustworthy, do you hire him? No, it's not specific to religion. If he's not practicing Islam and being trustworthy, you shouldn't hire him is gonna cause you distress, but this isn't specific to hire. The other discussion with the scholars is taking assistance from Muslims and non Muslims and inshallah we will discuss this when we discuss the Battle of her name in future episodes and seasons of blast from the past I thought this is the last lesson let me entice you to follow future seasons inshallah. Let's wait for the event with Villa heater Allah if it's
time and the masjid has kindly given me permission to continue after the event. I hope you also offered me that permission. barakallahu
li Romani Rahim al hamdu Lillah wa salatu wa salam O Allah Rasool Allah Allah Allah He wasapi woman wala, my dear brothers and sisters continuing softly from the lessons we learned the importance of keeping our tongues moist with the remembrance of Allah. Where do we learn this from one of the professional trackers that was looking for Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a man by the name of serotyping Malik. This man says that when I got close to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I could hear him reciting the Quran, which means this hegira was going on and on and on and on. And Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is remembering Allah subhanho wa Taala his tongue is
moist with the remembrance of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So as part and parcel of our daily life is to have that tongue when we in traffic when we in our vehicles when we cooking in the kitchen. When we have a moment, we should keep our tongues moist with that, which is the best thing that tongue can do. remember Allah subhanho wa Taala and the best remembrance is the recitation of the Quran. The best remembrance is the recitation of the Quran. So remember this My dear brothers and sisters, from this Hydra, we learn the importance of keeping our tongues moist. And as Allah subhanho wa Taala says in his book with that Corinne, Allah Cathy run with a lot of patients those who remember Allah
subhanho wa Taala abundantly, they remember Allah abundantly. Allah praises them greatly. Now
Couple of ponderings before we enter my dear brothers and sisters pondering, number one,
you know Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam leaves Mecca you can only imagine that he's looking over his shoulder yet on top, obviously that you know he's come alive revealing to him but he's looking over your shoulder because this is a hedge right you escaping a search party, which has the profit left his city
looking over his shoulder, Musa alayhis, salam, Musa alayhis, Salam. Mousavi Salam had to run away looking over his shoulder, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam leaves looking over his shoulder, who had the great ending, who had the great ending the people who were chasing these people out, or the people who were chased out, the people who were chased out. So it's not a sign of weakness, my dear brothers and sisters is not a sign of you being incorrect. If you are, for example, in prison, for example, if you are kicked out of your, your society, your community, your country, it doesn't mean that oh, well, he was kicked out. So he must be wrong, this is not a sign. learn this from the
hegira. If you are upon evidence in Delhi and stick to it, look after your values, because Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was kicked out but he was right. And the good end became to him, Musa alayhis salam was kicked out. He was running away from a people but he was right. And a good end came to him as well. This is the first pondering the truth will always remain, the truth will always remain, no matter how many people fight it, no matter how long the fight goes on, for the truth will always stand on top, the truth will always go above whether you're an ally and nothing will overcome it. This is the reality of the truth brothers and sisters. So never ever
become apologetic with the truth. As we discussed in earlier episodes, the other pondering Subhanallah is you know, sometimes Allah subhanho wa Taala makes manifests how special a person is, by pairing them with a people who think and feel that they're special. And then he shows how more special these people who Allah has honored over them. What do I mean by this? Well remember when Allah said he's going to create mankind's, the angel said, the angels didn't dispute but they asked him about it, that are you going to create these people who are going to create facade and corruption and so on and so forth? Right? And obviously, they were highlighting the fact that they
are not people, they are not a creation of facade and corruption. Right? So they have a status that that this man will not have.
What did Allah do a lot towards Adam the words and when the angels were questioned about some words, they didn't know. And when Adam was questioned, he knew so the honor of Adam was established. The honor of Adam was established. Same thing like Rasulullah, sallAllahu, alayhi wasallam. amongst the people who think they know but they don't know they think they know better. We have Abuja, hell running around before the Hydra saying you Mohammed is promising you to have leadership over the Arabs and the non Arabs, because he wanted he knew we're going to kill him now. Right? people who think they know better, and Allah showers Lusaka and assistance and help, as Allah says in the
Allah that Allah helped him Allah gets him to escape from a people who think they have perfection. So what happens Allah establishes who the true owner is with this is a pondering
Allah He we can we can go on but we have to end Allahu Allah Mustang. In any case, my dear brothers fathers, mothers sisters, uncles aunties.
We have come to the end of season two of blast from the past in Episode 25 you know when we started Episode 21 we were like so panela Episode 21 we still have to go all the way to 25 when we say all phrases belongs to Allah subhanho wa Taala Alhamdulillah Mata masala had indeed it is Allah who brought us here. It is Allah who showered upon us blessings to complete goodness, we wanted to cover the heater. Allah took us to the point where Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam reaches Medina. Yes, there are more lessons we could have taken from the hedgerows. But nonetheless, if you can take something in its entirety, don't leave it in its entirety. And I hope you are excited and encouraged
now to pick up a copy of the Sierra and read about the life of Rasulullah salallahu alayhi wasallam and ponder over it and ask yourself where it applies in your daily life. What a change, what moments what lessons, it's come to an end, but the hard work still remains in front of us. No room to relax, have read, but don't relax. We still have to ponder. We still have to reflect and we still have to act because accidents is in following Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam acting excellence is in acting brothers and sisters, not reading, not listening, putting it into practice. This is where excellence is. Excellence is in following him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and following those who
followed him, as Allah says in Surah Toba was Serbia una una Mina.
mohajir Rena, well I'm sorry levena tuber boom BSN. What about them? Rob? The Allahu anhu Morocco and Allah talks about the front runners and the first from the Mahajan. Those who have migrated from McKenzie I'm sorry, those who received the mohajir rune and who else those who followed them. Oh hi Julian De Anza BSN in excellence. What is the law say for those who followed enacted? The law 101 Allah is happy with them and they are pleased and happy with Allah. So don't forget my dear brothers and sisters, you know, we always say we really enjoyed that talk. We really enjoyed the episode. enjoyment happens when you put it into practice. This is not entertainment brothers and sisters.
This is teaching the inheritance of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. It's not about enjoyment. enjoyment only happens when you put it into practice. May Allah grant us the understanding. My dear brothers and sisters, it's been an honor Voila. You have all honored me with your attentive ears and minds and hearts with your desire to get the season produced as well Mashallah, I've heard some wonderful support from the masjid that this will come out in DVD and produce a temporary lesson. More lives can be touched on it too much to the Roma. You know, we Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Men is
Allah, that the one who does intend the people cannot thank Allah because thanking Allah is the greater thanks and thanking the people is the lesser thanks. So in celebrating this Heidi, I don't want to praise I want to follow this Heidi, I offer a sincere gratitude. Because voila, he I have no words to mosquito. I have no words to Brother Raja Allah has become a real brother even though he's much older than me. He can be my father even grandfather.
But he will become like brothers Mashallah. You know, to Brother Roger, Dean, you've heard his name time and time again in our episodes, because we've been spending the days together and we share ideas and we share thoughts. Right? So to my dear brother, Roger, Dean,
to the membership committee, the entire committee, entire committee Mashallah everyone downstairs and everyone upstairs to the Imams to the Muslims to even those who are looking after my room Mashallah and surprising me with different bedding and different colors of towels every now and again I go out for a program I come back see what was like a hotel, new color bedding new color towels Mashallah. Allah has been so hospitable, Masha Allah, to them to the cooks to the cleaners to the gods.
May Allah subhanho wa Taala Crunchyroll better than you three. I mean, may Allah accept from you and May Allah make your reward no other reward except having a house next to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on the DFA Allah. This is a sincere from my heart to match to the aroma and its people. I have no words of Allah. All I can say is that inshallah your will your rewards are with Allah subhanho wa Taala My dear brothers and sisters, may Allah accept our Ramadan And last but not least, let me extend a heartfelt gratitude to you all for your attentive ear.
If you weren't listening, at least you showed me that you are so I'm grateful. But inshallah you're listening I thank you for you're grateful for your, for your your your attentive ear, I'm grateful. for that. I want to thank our sisters who pulled me out in the morning and said, fellas, you have to give us special lessons every day. They gave me a chance to worship Allah subhanho wa Taala again,
each and every one of you, my dear brothers and sisters, may Allah accept our Ramadan. I mean, all of it. I mean, our fasting I was standing, I was searching for the night of power, our charity, our learning, our good character, our kindness, I will do I will accept all of it. I mean, may Allah subhanho wa Taala give us better than we dream. I mean, may Allah subhanho wa Taala writers from amongst those that have witnessed the night of power, and writers from amongst those that are freed from the hellfire. I mean, may Allah grant us death while he's pleased with us. May Allah grant us death when angels from Jenna come to receive our soul. I mean, may Allah grant us a grave which is a
garden from the gardens of Jana. May Allah grant a shade underneath his arm from the DFP May Allah ease our standing in front of him, and May Allah grant us our book of deeds in our right hands. I mean, may Allah ease our journey to gender and transfer speed on the bridge reach into gender mean? And may Allah not only give us gender, but give us gender was Mohammed Abdullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam give us homes next to him, so we can visit him daily and tell him about that amazing Ramadan in Malaysia in Kuala lumper in 2015, in 1436, let's look after the history date.
We spent time and time night after night, learning about his life and understanding how relevant his life was to us then, when we lived in the 21st century. May Allah grant us that mean? May Allah guide us in gender the same way he has gathered us here in this basket. I mean, you're open. I mean, last but not least, my dear brothers and sisters, mosquito armor is my home. You are all my neighbors.
And I have a sincere intention to come back even if it's just to meet you, not to lecture you to meet you.
And I hope I get this right. As final words, as final words, kalau Ada Samar de la da
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