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Imam Nawawi’s 40 Hadeeth – 1
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-A brief insight into Imam anNawawi
-A brief insight into the book – The 40 Hadeeth of Nawawi
-What is Ikhlaas (Sincerity)
-The relationship between the intention and sincerity
-They types of intentions and their impact on different actions
-How to make our work, play, study etc a paradise building exercise
-An insight into the term ‘hijrah’ (migration)
-Some etiquettes of seeking knowledge
-When Jibreel (AS) came as a student
-When Jibreel (AS) came as a teacher
-The explanation of Islam, its general meaning and its specific meaning
-The Explanation of Imaan and the minimum viable requirement to offer justice to the pillars of Imaan
-The Explanation of Ihsaan (Excellence), its minimum requirement and the 2 ideal stations of Ihsaan
-Some of the minor signs of the day of qiyaamah
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Salam, alaikum, warahmatullahi wabarakatuh
dears brothers and sisters in Islam, I hope you had a productive icebreaker with each other.
Sharing the results of your homework from last night, which was to run that gap analysis between the ideals in your life and where you are right now. Welcome to our very nawawi please settle down. Welcome to
the 40 hadith of Imam nawawi as described earlier,
this will be session one for today, three hours. And then session two will be another three hours will just be like a summary. And you'll be learning about the first 100 years session three will be another three hours and that will be what they would. But learning about Islamic models manners and etiquettes nine hours of instruction a day aside of other reminders and your personal interaction. In terms of our session together, we will be studying today and tomorrow. And if there is a need, then we'll try and finish up on day three.
day four, and as I said the objective is not to go through all the edits in this particular knowledge high but to go through them
in a way that is of benefit to each and every one of us with the permission of Allah subhanho wa Taala and then continue on during other knowledge hives May Allah subhanahu wa taala preserve us it is obedience and in good health and mean and so that we can come together to them further from the inheritors of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam So why have we chosen this book I promised that we will make this clear right at the beginning before we traverse and get into the first narration. Firstly, from the outset, we praise Allah subhanho wa Taala for bringing us together to learn from the inheritance of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam and coupled with the other doors that we
shared, we ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to make us a people that only move for the sake of Allah and only remain static for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala we speak for his sake we remain silent for the sake we do for his sake we leave for his sake. I mean, yeah, but I mean, as we will learn in the first narration in which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in the middle a man who didn't yet Indeed, there is nothing about your actions except that they are judged by intentions, and no doubt seeking knowledge is from the greatest acts of worship, and in the body that is weak in terms of its establishment as a Hadeeth but its meaning is entirely correct. It is reported that the
Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said, Follow Buddha only for rebuttal. Allah Cooley Muslim seeking knowledge is compulsory upon every Muslim, as I said, the narration is not established, in terms of it going back to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam given what the scholars of Hadith have cited as certain issues in the chain, but its meaning is correct. And our scholars have told us that seeking knowledge in terms of the Islamic ruling, doing so,
falls into two categories seeking knowledge. Number one, which is compulsory upon every Muslim, every Muslim, because that is knowledge that no Muslim can be ignorant of. And this is known as photo a photograph it's compulsory upon every Muslim to learn this knowledge, no Muslim is allowed to be ignorant of it. And then there is a second category, which consists of knowledge, which is a communal obligation in terms of it being known, which is known as part of the key factor. So, we are part of the island, which is compulsory upon every Muslim knowledge which is compulsory upon every Muslim to know and to learn, this is one way and then we have to keep I also tell Keifa eat, which
refers to a communal obligation, that knowledge which a community has an obligation to know if one or two or three members in that community at least has knowledge of that particular topic or matter, it will suffice
for the rest of his or her community. Why? Because they will be a reference for the community. Right? So
the meaning of this narration even though it's not established is correct when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam say seeking knowledge is compulsory upon every Muslim, then, yes, seeking that knowledge which every Muslim has to know is compulsory upon every Muslim like Salah the rules of follow the rules of soccer, what makes it correct what nullifies its correctness, what nullifies it being accepted, this has to be known to every Muslim who observes the salah and every Muslim has to observe the Salah. The same applies with Zika and fasting and so on and so forth.
If you're a person who's not involved in trade, then it's not compulsory for you to know the rules of trade. Right, but it's a committed obligation and it's someone in your society should know the rules of trade. But the moment you start trading, then it becomes compulsory upon you to know the knowledge in relation to that trade. And that is, apart from the Allah who is reported that he would stand at the gates of Medina,
the gates of the trade area of Medina, and he would give a spot test to those entering that particular market to ensure that they knew what they needed to know with regards to transactions. And if they failed his test, he would chase them away and tell them don't bring Riba and interest to our markets through ignorance. So if you don't trade it's not part of do is not compulsory upon you as an individual to know the knowledge related to transactions. But if you get involved then you have and if you're not involved, at least someone in your community needs to know because it becomes a communal obligation. So that is a reference point for you and just out of interest for you.
inshallah, Kota is working on a one day course related to Islamic transactions, one on one, in which we will be sharing with you the basics with regards to transactions. So May Allah grant is a philosophy, especially since we are involved in an act of worship seeking knowledge is an act of worship, right? It is brothers and sisters in Islam. Whilst we're talking about seeking knowledge, then it also must be understood that seeking knowledge needs to happen with its rules, with its regulations, due diligence has to be met. And we will be discussing some of these matters when we take the second Hadith the second narration, in this compilation of Hadith, which is the hadith of
or the Hadith known as the hadith of gibreel alayhis salam, in which gibreel came down from the heavens, as a student and as a teacher, right, the scholars have deduced many etiquettes many rules many regulations with regards to seeking knowledge. So seeking knowledge has its rules. It has its regulations, it has its criteria. And from the criterion of seeking knowledge is that knowledge is sought, as I was calling say, Shea and Shea, Shea and prosze, meaning it's done in its portions. It's done with its curriculum, you've taken the knowledge of a particular level before taking the knowledge that comes after that particular that particular level. So you're not haphazard and
random, in how you seek your knowledge. It happens with structure, it happens with diligence. And as I was called, as would say, yet look, see her as the public key bar, that you seek the small knowledge before the big knowledge, meaning the foundational knowledge before the knowledge that exists because of that foundation. If you jump straight to the leaves, and you are in oblivion with regards to the roots and the stump, then you really won't have
complete knowledge, you really won't have sound knowledge, right? knowledge based upon a strong pounding, because you can't you don't understand its source well, so it must happen with structure,
and diligence. And especially given today how people seek knowledge. In many a case, they seek knowledge through casual learning, this needs to be highlighted, and inshallah we'll touch more on it. When we discuss the hadith of gibreel. Allah, his setup, the loss of Hannah, who Allah grant us the understanding, we must understand my dearest brothers and sisters in Islam as well, since we are in a knowledge high. And the term knowledge exists in our in the title of this particular program, that we shouldn't do a disservice to knowledge by labeling it as easy. And it happens, especially from the cultures that we come from. We say, well, this topic is easy. And that topic is hard. And
this topic is simple. And that topic is more intricate. And you know,
what, we have this habit from the lives that we
are immersed in to pass statements like this, no one should say knowledge is easy. And in fact, in my medical himolla, someone mentioned the statement in front of him and said that, you know, these are easy, you know, the questions I'm asking you into the answers that are easy, right, there's that there's a famous narration that we always hear about how a group of travelers came from a faraway land with a list of questions because they heard of Imam they are alleged, the Imam of Medina, the name of the lens of the hero, and this image is phenomenal in terms of his knowledge, and they pitch their questions to him around 30 and the Imam for around 24 of them depending on the narration that
we have. He said I don't know. So he only offered them answers in around for around six questions. For 24 he said I don't know. So the person responded and said, You are the man of
Medina, and we've come a long way. And the answers to these questions are easy. And you know, Malik took offense to that statement, and he said, Lisa Javi.
There's nothing easy and light, when it comes to this inheritance of Rasulullah, sallAllahu, alayhi wasallam. There's nothing easy and light when it comes to this knowledge, and in mokulua, nothing, all of knowledge is heavy, all of knowledge is waiting. And then he said to them, Ms. America, Cola, cola has the agenda in national code and lucky to have you not heard Allah subhanho wa Taala, saying, Please, messenger. Indeed, we will review until you are at work, Did you not hear that? So everything revealed this week, if it's simple for you to understand, you have to revise it, and as you revise it, it will become even clearer. And if you haven't understood, you have to continue
learning it. And as you continue learning it, it will become clearer. But no one understand or servant of Allah, no child of Adam, that knowledge is not sought as a means. Sorry, as an end in and of itself. Knowledge is not sought as an end in and of itself. It's sought as a means to an end. It's sort as a means to an end, the end of knowledge is to put it into practice. So it might be easy upon your brain to understand. But the question is,
does that knowledge define you? Is it part and parcel of you, and you internalized it? Has it become part and parcel of your definition, as a human being? If it hasn't, then no matter how easy it is for you to understand, understand how heavy that knowledge is, because if everything was easy, then it would be part and parcel of your define being easy, right? This should be the yardstick through which we understand our progress, that we've learned a lot. Yes, we lightened, maybe yes. The question is, how much of the knowledge that you've learned, do you implement? We almost kind of were to Allah, forgive us, me. So the point is brothers and sisters in Islam, respect, knowledge,
everything that will be said, and everything that has been said, and everything that will be said, over the course of your lives attending different Islamic seminaries go to it with a humble nature, understanding that what you're about to receive, your shoulders are not strong enough to carry it. Let me humble myself and seek assistance from Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah. And when we look into the Quran, there is no doubt that Allah commanded His Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to make except one. There's only one that he commanded His prophet to make some Allahu alayhi wa sallam, and that is the dua in which he says Bokura visit.
This is the only door that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was commanded to ask Allah subhanho wa Taala for to make this was this application was commanded to make in which Allah says and say, Oh, my lord increased my knowledge, increase my knowledge. And obviously knowledge here is comprehensive in meaning it entails action, action, meaning, the knowledge that breeds action, because true knowledge is knowledge that is implemented, when it's not implemented. It's mere data. When you process that knowledge, it becomes information. Right? So when we talk about knowledge, not talking about raw data, we're talking about process knowledge, which is knowledge that is part and
parcel of you, and the life that you live, we are most accountable with Allah grant us this understanding. I mean, you're open I mean,
in terms of the book of Imam and know your aim of Allah, then for those who have gone through the book previously or looked at some of the printed pages that we have from the book, you'll see that there is nothing really from the map. The book really is a compilation of Heidi, right here.
You know, as you go through it, you just find
chapter one and chapter two and Hades chapter three and there's no explanation nothing is offered. So why do we call it the book of events? And no are we Well, what do we mean by it? It's a book compiled a book of Hadith compiled by Imam unknowing Rahim Allah.
And what is compiled in this book narrations from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam remember never we who is known as yeah he had a bunch of a number we you have some notes related to his life in the course book that you have, he was yeah he has been shut off and never we and some people pronounce it as a Noah we all this is acceptable and never we and Noah we basically it references his place of origin which was Noah and this Imam is a great image is a pillar of the shelf that you might have is an email in Heidi is an email in fact, he's an email in other areas
in terms of the Islamic sciences
He's written many a book, which Allah subhanho wa jal has blessed with acceptance. Allah subhanho wa Taala has blessed his books with acceptance. In fact, as I said, he's a pull off the shelf that you met. Right? And the latest share here is they actually say that if the view of the moment never we matches the view of him, Mr. Ravi, who is another scholar of the chef he might have done that becomes the method of the chef is in our day and time today. That's a massive statement. That is testimony to
the fifth he knowledge of the map, the level of understanding that Allah subhanho wa Taala blessed him with in terms of the religion, so he's written in Hadith. He is the famous explainer or his explanation of Sahih Muslim is one of the most famous explanations that we have out today and we say famous because it is explanation that many of the biggest Islamic seminaries and institutes use in curriculum development. In explaining a hadith from Sahih Muslim, other people attempted to explain. The Hadith gathered by email Muslim was an email of Heidi, a long time before environment nawawi he gathered a book known as Sahih Muslim, there was another Imam known as Emmanuel Buhari, he gathered
a book known as Al Bukhari and Muslim wrote a commentary to Sahih Muslim sorry, amendment never, we wrote a commentary to Sahih Muslim whereby we have the Hadith, and he would write an explanation of the Heidi, and also cover elements pertaining to the science of Hadith with regards to that Heidi, and in his commentary of Sahih Muslim, he wrote an introduction to Sahih Muslim. And this introduction is used as well, in many of the biggest Islamic seminaries in the world today to teach people about the science of hedges, because it is mentioned pearls. And this shows that Allah has placed acceptance in the hearts of the people with regards to the knowledge that this Imam has shed
that they consider what he said in terms of the science of Hadith as something authoritative for something to brush away, that he remember, never we said this. So this is a valid
understanding that we should take in our understanding of the sciences of Hadith and how to study the narrations of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and how to adjudicate these narrations and, and and, you know,
how to traverse through them in terms of looking at the chains and other chains together or the issues with the chains or the different narrators in the chains? What was the level of their memory whether they met certain teachers or they didn't meet certain teachers? or How did they receive this duration? Did it come from a book of the teacher that they found out that the teacher passed away? Or did they actually hear the Hadith verbatim from the mouth of the teacher did the teacher gave give them permission to narrate the Heidi from the oldest designs of Heidi? It's a massive science which even the non Muslims today they praise Islam for and the Muslims for? They say these will this
silence was a game changer. Right? The sounds I've had it was a game changer. The non Muslims acknowledge the science of Hadith and the science of flip also known
as two sciences that are game changes, that even they take grand benefit from Subhana Allah. So environment neverwet was an authority in these matters. And not only that, but Allah subhanho wa Taala. Allah bless this email with acceptance, right, because amendment now when we passed away very early, it wasn't very old when he passed away. Some sources cite him to have passed away at the age of 43. Now, imagine you pass away at the age of 43. But you have books that act as the basis of curriculum across the globe today,
across the globe today, centuries after you pass away, there is acceptance from Allah. And that is a sign of Islam.
That is a sign of sincerity. That even though he's passed away, it's as if he's alive building gender, why? Because what he left the sort of cottage area for him. And today we are sadaqa jariya for him. Because we studied his 14 novels, many people compiled a book of 14 narrations of head, but his compilation is the most famous rehabber who knows this book, or who doesn't know, everyone knows real scholar, he is translated into multiple languages, the gardens of the righteous again, it is all a compilation of different variations on the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. That's it.
No explanations given besides the chapters that the Imam cited, because in the wordings that he used for his chapters, do we understand his stuff?
Right. We understand his view on certain things from how he worded it but that's all we have. And this book is probably the most recognized book in terms of Hadeeth compilation books. With the general public across the globe, many masajid
Many of the travels have been to have in the masjid, but they have a son, or the man is reading this book or some of the narrations from this book as a reminder, after selected also after Salah to treasure, this is acceptance from Allah. This is acceptance from Allah subhanho wa Taala. The books is written, you won't find that Islamic seminary void of mentioning and much more of remember never or autopilot. Remember, never These are his books of the
right. So para la great acceptance, such a short life, but full of impact. High Impact individual, he was sincere. And one of the things that the commentators say about him is he had a beautiful heart. It was the purity of his heart that has has has brought his knowledge to the centuries after that He's resting in his grave. But it as it is tied on earth writing books and building Jenga and teaching. He himself couldn't teach his knowledge the way it's taught today. Across the globe, probably right now we studied it here, someone else in another part of the world in a different time zone is reading another book of his and teaching it to some other students. He couldn't duplicate
himself like that. But Allah Subhana Allah has blessed him with duplication. And one famous story that is mentioned in relation to him is he was young, I sorry, he died young. But also he was not too old to do. And once he saved up, and he bought himself a pair of slippers.
fairly nice pair of slippers. And then he went to the masjid.
And he prayed. And when he came out of the masjid, he couldn't find his slippers. I don't know if it happens. where you come from, you know, sometimes you take those nice sneakers, those nice shoes, and then you come into Panama. It happens, right? Somebody felt that it was fitna for them. They had to live with it. So whenever we looked around, quickly looked around, he saw a man walking with his slippers. So whenever we started running after him, like what you and I would do, we see someone with our shoes. Hey, and we'd be running out theme. So the students have the map. They see mama NaVi running, running after this. This person who's taken a snippet, and you never know who is calling
him. He doesn't have my brother. Yeah, okay. Oh, my younger brother. Right? shouting, this guy behind the scenes a That must be the owner of the shoes. So he starts walking faster. Remember that we start walking faster. So he starts jogging. jogging, he starts running now even though he's running that the students are like what's going on?
He's running. Remember, no is running on him and calling him and calling him but this guy scared. issues. I'm in trouble by the amendment. Now he was running after him. Why
is the reason not the reason why you and I would run after the crisis. There's a different reason. Even though he is shouting out the guy when he saw that he's not stopping. He said called qabil Palookaville
say I've accepted say I'm exempted. This man is not listening to a bill to Allah shaped what I say he's not listening to anything he is running for his life. And he didn't say so a man will never be coming back. Sad.
So the students are like, Okay, Mom, don't worry, you know, get some money together, we buy you another pair of slippers.
It happened. So you know, you're looking sad.
And the mom says no, I'm not worried about the pair of slippers.
You see? Mm hmm. No, we had a view that if you give someone a gift, it's not counted as a gift until they accept.
If I give you something, and you don't accept it, officially, and I pass away, that is included in my inheritance, according to them. And it's not taken out and given to the President. Even if the children knew that no, he gifted this car or this phone or something to that as long as that person, there's no evidence that they accepted. This is the view of him having known. So this is a sharpie review. And some scholars have this view. As long as it hasn't been accepted. The transaction is complete, it's not counted as
so you never know he was shouting out team say I accept say I accept.
Just say you accept because I've given it to you. Why. So on the day of karma, I'm not a means for my brother
to have difficulty.
This is why he was at.
We talked we spoke about total via he's telling his students that it's not about you putting money and buying my shoe. I'm not crying and sad because my shoes are gone. I'm crying and sad because
I'm going to be a means of my brother's distress. Because of the issues he's gonna have to answer.
So I was saying, say I accept so it's counted as a gift and he doesn't have to answer about
Brothers and sisters in Islam, we threaten our brothers and sisters that we will see on the day of the AMA, I will meet you there on the day of pm.
We do it with, with, with passion, that we ready to create problems for you on that day.
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nothing is worth my brother going through difficulty in front of Allah dfcm especially because of me, it's a pair of slippers, let it go. So he had a beautiful heart. And no doubt he had sincerity. And that's why his books have this acceptance. So Pamela, across the globe, across centuries, that even though he passed away at the age of 43, it's as if he's lived for 1000 we have lots of henna, who were to either bless us like our 11 level, he was blessed me and we almost kind of were to Allah get us with him in gender as well. I mean, and again, brothers and sisters, we started this talk reminding each other towards Islam. Let's, let's learn from this from the life of this email. Then
when you do something for the sake of Allah, you might only have three or four people read your work today.
But if Allah blesses it last because of the class 1000s and 1000s of readings of the DFA and once you rest in your grave, your agenda will be getting bigger.
Allah will be planting
gardens for you in general, and digging streams for you in general, right and, and raising castles for you in general, once you rest in your grave, and you know that you meet a lot that they have Tiana is your lover, where did this come from? This can be me, these are not my deeds, and aligned informs you and gives you the Bushra gives you the glad tidings. This is from the fruits of the deeds that you did when you were alive. We all know bless us with these deeds. I mean, so
with regards to this book, we've said the compiler is the meme and never we now there's a little story to this book. And that story is in the form of this book, originally
being compiled by another Imam of howdy known as Imam, Allah.
Allah was was is considered a pillar in terms of Hadith and its sciences. So imagine if Allah Rahim Allah, He gathered
some narrations, 26 narrations,
right, the nations that are considered universal durations,
and amendment level, we added 16 durations to it.
So 26 plus 16 equals 42.
So the book actually has 42.
But it's known as the 40 hadith of Eman and never, why 40 this is normal in the Arabic language, the Arabic language has a norm of rounding figures,
rounding figures rounding up tickets, so 42 rounded to the nearest 10th. And that is why sometimes you get what we perceive as conflicting durations that sometimes we see an exact number mentioned in an iteration. And sometimes we see around thicker mentioned, and somebody says five, how do we reconcile this heads this lady tells us this particular number. And this hadith is talking about the same thing with another number. The scholars say there's no difference. There's no difference that the narrator is narrating what they learned from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam based on their knowledge of the Arabic language that the norm of that was to round up so one narrator gave a
rounded figure which was normal. And the other narrator was was was inspired by a lot to give the executive I listened from Allah subhanho wa Taala protecting the knowledge of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that we would reach a time whereby if we hear the rounded picture, we would really round it up, but at that time, even if they had the rounded figure, they would know the exact figure, but understand that this is from our norms, because the Arabic language is based on a norm of ease where things are easy for you many words have changed for the sake of ease of pronunciation. Right? Right. many words in the Arabic language
you know became commonly known outside of its original form in the Arabic language because people spoke with it with an easier dialect, right? And the Arabic language facilitates that. Okay, like you guys are studying history theory, we say theory, the actual what is
right with that the hubs are that the homies but when it's spoken, we say Daddy, this is easy on the tongue. This is easy on the throat on the tongue,
and pronunciation and for people to engage each other in conversation easily whether you're young whether you old, it's easy, if Arabic language facilitates this, right. So
remember, we added the 16 and it became 42 Heidi, another Imam came after known as a happy double Roger
And how could even Raja Rahim Allah he added eight narrations
to the 40 Hadith or 42 Hadith of the man and never
right, he added eight and the total number then became 50 narrations, okay, and he added the eight and he did an explanation of all the headings. And this book is very famous as well, Allah subhanho wa Taala has blessed it exactly like a chef Allah bless you.
Allah subhanho wa Taala bless the book of happy the menorah job as well. And a lot of the explanations that are offered about the hadith of Mr. Mandela we today are taken from the work of unhappy Maharaja because he explains the 16th ReadyTalk masala and then sorry, the 26 variations of the salah and and the 16 variations of amendment neverwet as well as the eight that he has added. Now why? Why do we have this 40 Why is 40 the commonly shared number? Well amendment never will Rahim Allah he actually mentioned. By the way, the book of happy the majority have been translated into English as well. And it's known as Jeremy allume. When
he showed he comes in handy when Jamie and Kelly right Jameer Aloo a universal presentation of knowledge and wisdoms in the explanation of 50 narrations from
Universal speech, universal speech, the purpose of the speech of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is translated into English it's something you should have in your library and you will benefit from greatly.
So, remember, never we in his introduction to the 40 hadith of Unknowing. He writes a small introduction and in this introduction, he states that
in a weak narration
and all the scholars agree with weak scholars of Hadith he says the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is reported to have said, Man happy that Allah Almighty or bear in the Hadith when angry Dini have been bartolotta Allah yeoville cavity superettan fukuhara Yolanda?
Right. In another generation browser, hello, puppy had an idea.
And in another narration wakulla who you're welcome at shafia and we're shahida right.
And all In fact, there's other narrations Tila, who would hold me a verbal agenda. In another narration, cutie cutie Buffy sobre todo el amor, he was shut up Missoula tissue had an event whenever we say what type of culture all the scholars of howdy have a consensus that all these narrations are weak despite the many changes that we have, or many ways that these narrations have reached us. All of these variations are weak.
So this is basically the basis why countless scholars over the centuries of Islam gathered there 40 Hadith I told you this earlier, many scholars did this, but the most famous one was amendment. Now, this is blessed This is because it was blessed by Allah as we said. So what does this hadith say in English, the translation or rough translation would be
whoever protects for my number 14 narrations related to matters of the religion, then Allah subhanho wa Taala will raise this person on the day of the AMA, amongst the family of the fuqaha and the allameh amongst the fact the family of the jurist and the scholars.
And this is in the habit of Abu Seidel. obioma Juan, he's the narrator.
In another narration, it states that
he has an element that Allah will raise him as a scholar and as a property. So he won't be in this other versions, not that he will be raised with them. He will be a scholar and a property.
In the hadith of Abu Dhabi, Allahu Allah, you studied
a little bit about this particular Sahabi this morning, when she would have either Allah spoke to us about the headache of seeking knowledge about the man who traveled to Damascus to seek knowledge, he traveled to meet a Buddha rhodiola why
the Buddha wakulla yarmulke with a shotgun Russia hidden. It's the end of the head it states that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that I will be to this person your malkia on the day of tiama as an intercessor and a witness. So if you do this, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will be an intercessor for you. And they witness in the hadith of Ibn mushroom. Ravi Allah Who is the ending of the Hadith says that a person who does this it will be said to him and agenda from any of the doors that you wish to enter in the narration of even aroma Robbie Allahumma it says at the end of the Hadith, whoever does this he will be written from the farmer
of the scholars, and he will be raised with the martyrs. As we said all this week, as you remember, never we say,
however, remember that we will goes on to say in his introduction, but all the scholars agree that you are allowed to use week narrations for matters not related to heaven and hell. So it's a week duration, yes, but it's not related to halal and haram. So based on it, this action has taken place. Now, this is fine. in general. However, what's incorrect is the statement the scholars have have a consensus that is allowed for us to act using weak hiding this is not entirely correct, because there is a difference of opinion between the scholars regarding our relationship with integration which is graded as weak. It's not a consensus when we say it's a consensus with all the scholars
have come together and said even though it's weak, it's got nothing to do with halal and haram are the foundations of the religion, you can use it. So in your mind, you feel the scholars this ethics, this is a consensus between them. But the reality is the scholars have different it's not a consensus and perhaps amendment. Now what we meant here when he said, the scholars have a consensus, meaning the scholars that he approached,
right are the books that he read from,
which is fine, there was no Google at his time.
There was no instant, instant knowledge access at his time. So he had access to what he had access to. But today, with manuscripts being published and moved online, and at our fingertips at the push of a button, we have access to a plethora of different views. And what we've seen is that there's no consensus amongst the scholars about this. Some scholars have outright out rightly said no, as long as the head is a weak, should that have any application in your life. Some scholars have said yes, it can with conditions. This is not the place for us to discuss this. I just want to highlight this point, that whenever we say there's a consensus amongst the scholars that we are allowed to use, we
added in matters that are not in there not related to the foundations of the religion are halal and haram, we say that there is no consensus between the scholars. However, some scholars have allowed it to be used with certain conditions and acting upon these Ahadi together the 40 conforms to insha Allah,
the view of the scholars who say you can with conditions right, so we don't say that demand whenever we have practice, the bigger here are the other scholars have already have done a better what I'm highlighting for you is that there's no authentic ideal as a man whenever we say which tells us together.
We have an authentic hadith, which tells us whoever memorizes the 99 Names of Allah and looks after them and understands them and lives their life by them, they will go to gender that is authentic. If a Muslim sits down today and says I am gathering 99 Names of Allah and I'm going to memorize them, revise them learn the meanings of them, implement them based on this, Heidi, we say that's fine.
Does that make sense? But if somebody says I'm gathering 40 heads because it's the student of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam we say no, there's no authentic ID to validate this. Is that clear brothers and sisters in Islam? Is it clear? Is it getting too technical for you guys? You sure this is knowledge high Right. Yeah.
this is the next point that I wanted to discuss with regards to this particular
book and the history of this particular book. So
the first 26 narrations of this particular book who put them together
happen in the sun have a bit of respecter. And don't say like is my bro have? Right? So if this Yes, he put he put the first 2016 mm and never we came with the remaining 16 so that makes it a total of 42 Why is it called 40 when there's 42 narrations
because it's a law firm with the Arabs to deliver figures in around it fashion in around the fashion by
when the next thing that I want to highlight about this particular book is all the narrations in it, the universal narrations What do we mean what do we mean by Universal donations we mean that they they are narrations that carry
a high impact presence in your life that you study these 40 narrations of 42 generations have you studied the 50 narrations or in half of the
book, then really, you would have grounding in your religion.
Because these 14 generations cover Akita, they cover
methodology. They cover morals, manners, etiquette, that you would have a grounding in your deep reading
If you properly taught your kids as a start the 40 hadith of him and never we all have with the energy of his book, The 50 narrations, you would have given them a goodness of hand Allah that you cannot place the value, really in terms of the ground because all these narrations are universal. That in a few interviewers the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is teaching us so much with regards to the pillars of the DEA with regards to believe in one Allah with regards to believe in Allah and pada right. So you learn about the Pillars of Islam you learn about the pillars of Emacs, you learn about matters pertaining to the after you learned about matters pertaining to the unseen,
you learned about methodology in terms of halal and haram you learned about even how to deal with differences of opinion Many people ask me how do we deal with differences of opinion? You find that answer in your study of our violin never we really if we
dedicated ourselves to truly understanding the idea of never we all have Rogers book, we would really find a good grounding in the religion. I've been given a yellow card and I've been given a red card, but we almost there I just want to cover the next two points inshallah, then we will break with the lighter Allah so that when we come back, we can dive into the first heading. The sixth thing that I want to mention brothers and sisters is all the narrations in this book of remember, never we are authentic. So he had a plan. And he continued his plan. From the methodology of
the masala Rahmatullah had a memory that we will put universal durations, that durations that carry a plethora of meanings, the shortest amount of words or the least amount of words number one, number two, we make sure all these narrations are authentic. And number. The last thing I want to say in terms of this particular book is the Imam deleted the chains of narrations. So you don't find the Hadith mentioned with the chain. You just mentioned, the Sahaba that narrated it from the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam. And the scholars have said that he had an objective behind this. And that was to make it easy for the oma to memorize the head. Because not everyone has the brain capacity to
memorize different names. If you had 1520 2530 names in front of the narration 1111 and then the narration it would be difficult for people who shy away probably, right, so because he's a scholar of Hadith is an authority if he deletes the chain, you know, people will see it as an authority having done so and then the opposite explanation as to why nobody will doubt over the years to come. Regarding the authenticity of this Hadith, all the narrations are authentic and the Senate or the chains have been deleted to make it easy for us to memorize. All right action point, we should try and memorize the 42 heads of environment never we over the course of the year, at least until the
next knowledge hive. Right, let's make this an action point. And hamdulillah as I said the book has been blessed with pigma the AMA has acted in service to this book. It exists in a plethora of languages. So you have access to the Hadith you have access to the meaning. Right, and if you memorize them This will be the start in terms of pushing you to wanting to learn what these Hadith mean. So you're going to demand that you know, the next knowledge has the next set of headings. And the next knowledge hive after that has the next set of it. Why because you want to develop your journey that okay, I've memorized them. I've understood the meaning in English now I need to go into
the details of it. It's a process Remember we said we take in in stages. So please write this as an action point when we did so to recap together in Australia or was the action point that you have to memorize to come across moments? Those who attended and you did it glad tidings three, that's a valid action point you you understood the meanings you had you know a relationship with the Surah 110 or a plus or minus and we said for months we gave you time for sick leave and stuff as well. Right? We rounded it up two to four months. inshallah you did that now add to that be the light Allah or by the NaVi let's break for a break and inshallah when we return, we will begin the first
heading the hadith of
Mohammed Ali was at the edge of rain Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh