The Little Learners’ Hub 6
Channel: Sajid Ahmed Umar
Series: Sajid Ahmed Umar - The Young Learners' Hub
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This 3 week Youtube Live Series taking place during Covid-19 Lockdown by Sh. Sajid Umar esoecially for children aged 6-12, covering the following the themes:
1. You’re never too small to do great things.
2. Salah – You are never too small to open the gates of Jannah or build palaces there!
3. Ramadan & Fasting- Because Ramadaan is just days away.
The idea behind this series is to ensure that children never feel forgotten during waht will be the most difficult period of the 21st Century.
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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah ala alihi wa sahbihi.
Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh everyone
Mashallah, Welcome everyone to week number two and episode number six of the young ladies have a special welcome also to all our viewers via a man channel and other partners. I pray that you all had a splendid weekend a productive weekend, and Masha Allah so many of you took the quiz In fact, in fact, even though I asked you all to take your time, almost 30 minutes after Episode Five was completed, almost 200 of us Mashallah completed the quiz. And the number climbed and climbed and climbed over the weekend. And I must say you did very very well and a lot of us wrote in to say it was easy so I come to the lab that means everyone has been paying special attention Alhamdulillah
also last week, we forgot to mention two countries that have been part and parcel of our little
our young learners hub and that is a country known as Brunei. Do you guys know of a country called Brunei Mashallah, we've had it we've added Abdullah says he hasn't heard of Brunei you have to look it up on the map. Okay. So Brunei and also we had Jordan Alhamdulillah and also Mashallah, we have viewers from the best city on Earth, Makkah and macabre Alhamdulillah. Don't forget let us know where you are viewing this particular program from which country you're logging into the broadcast from and as always, we have our call outs and Mashallah, I have many of you hand ins from last Friday. And as always, I've selected a few of them. So here goes special mention goes to Ahmed from
challenger from the UAE, the United Arab Emirates, thank you admin for completing your work for the entire week. Mashallah, you completed
every worksheet from every episode, that's wonderful work, but also we have Moorish man who's 11 years old. And we have Sorry,
man, all right. Rockman from Oxford, England. And Mashallah, your notes were lovely. Your handwriting was very neat. Keep it up, man. Also, we have a mean, who's 10 years old and I was six years old from Birmingham. And you guys completed all the worksheets and asked Allah subhana wa tada to make you wish to be a half ID and then earn income through say, I mean, those kind of words either grant sincere, true knowledge to all the children of the oma. I mean, and don't forget that even though it's important to be a habit and to be an alum if you can, it's also important to have good character, okay, so make sure once you study the Quran, and once you study Islam, you look
after your character, okay, so Well then, I mean, and I and then we have Maria, who is nine years old from Melbourne, wonderful artwork, Miriam. We have Shan Malik and Mashallah, any right now it's probably about 11pm in Melbourne, so we have some late, stay as much as I love But look, if the program is too late for you or too early for you Don't worry because the hamdulillah after the program,
the you can watch the recorded version of the program Alhamdulillah YouTube immediately uploads the live session as the recorded session for you. So please don't stay up too late. And don't wake up too early. Okay, you still can catch the recorded session and send your work in insha Allah so we have Maria who's nine from Melbourne. We also have Misha Malik who's six from London. Mashallah the whale of yours Malik was very cute and candelilla excellent. But we have so many I see Mila was nine years old from India. Your worksheets were very impressive. Your arts and crafts Masha Allah I have one word for you. Phenomenal. Well then Mashallah well done. So, we have maimunah was seven years
old from Dubai. And for a seven year old, your notes were amazing. maimunah Baraka la Viki, also we have movement who's nine years old from India means believe our members can work to protect your faith and your worksheets were very good I received them and I was very pleased we share and that's last but not least from by and you had excellent arts and crafts Masha Allah.
Also, as always, we welcome some of our viewers on send a special welcome to Ayesha and Abdullah from Dubai. Adam, who's six years old from Manchester diba, who is definitely
Say that was seven from Bahrain. And you've attended all the lessons well then diva and Xena we have Mohammed Musa was five. And we have use of wisdom three from Preston also live with Bashir, who's 12 years old. And Amira Bashir, who's nine years old from Nigeria. And we have Hooda last but not nice to see 11 years old from guess when
Spain Spain Mashallah keep safe, keep safe Hooda make sure you stay indoors and will
save us all from getting ill from all difficult sicknesses from the Coronavirus and all difficult sicknesses and also we have a panel who make easy our stay at home. I mean, we have a national law some people are saying that the parents are fasting for those who are fasting. Excellent, excellent. Mashallah violas panel entitled accept from you, for those who found it difficult to fast. You for those who have parents who found it difficult to fast, then encourage your parents to do other good deeds like solid to like giving charity right today inshallah, we're going to learn that Jenna has so many doors, right? And if we do different good deeds, then we'll find our names at different
doors. And I know why some of you are telling me that your parents are fasting. That's because today is Monday. Right? And it's the son of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to fast on Monday, also in the month of Shabbat, which is the month before
Ramadan and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to fast
most of Shabbat. Okay. And also today, for some people is the 13th of Shabbat. And it was the son of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam too fast, the 13th, the 14th and the 15th of every month, right? And we understand from this that whoever the first three days of every month, Allah will reward them the rewards of fasting the whole month.
Wow, just for three days allow God for fasting the rewards of the whole month. Why? Because a lot of premises that if we do a good deed for the sake of Allah alone allows us 10 rewards.
So one Fast Times 10 is 10 fast. Right? And if you fast three days times 10 is 30. And how many days in the month 30. So whoever fasts three days, it's as if they fasted all month or they get the rewards of fasting the whole month, Mashallah. Alright, so, once again, to all the people we call it out, well done to you all, and to all the people we welcomed, a very special welcome. And obviously, everyone receives a special, a very special welcome. It's impossible for us to share all your names, but I do try my best to read all your comments on the live chat, all your comments, after the episodes done, to read all your emails to read all your messages that your parents sent me via
social media. So I'm really really appreciative. So please keep sending them in Now, last week was dedicated towards
everyone learning how special you all are. And that even a smooth people you can do big, great things. That was last week, right? And we spoke about what this means. And we spoke about why you special, right? And we covered lessons from the life of Ibrahim the life of the life of the man, the life of us, and his newsletter Salim and also a page from the life of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam and his teachings to Abdullah Abbess, Ravi Allahu Allah, Allah. Okay. And remember, we said that you have to believe that you special and you have to believe that you can do big things because in our history, we have the hoopoe bird was small. And the Uber did a great thing. We have Ibrahim,
Sam, who was a little boy, but he did a big thing. Also, we have another prophet who can tell me another prophet who was small. Who did a big thing now I know I've done that knows the answer and I think knows the answer. today. We don't have Khadija with us. She's hiding somewhere. She wanted to watch the episode. Like you guys all watch the episodes. Right? So she's sitting watching it from the screen, like you own Africa. She wants to see what you all seen, but hopefully we'll have a back tomorrow. Or if we lucky a little bit later today. But who can tell me of another prophet who was small, but he did a big thing some people are saying they're rude. Some people say isn't ideal. Some
people saying you serve
I haven't seen the answer yet.
Says he knows the answer. But let's wait. Let's give everyone a chance. Let's see. Some people are saying his smile again. That would be saying there was a key reason is marry a Filipina saying use of common testing D
But it was a fake Isa Mashallah ah said Isa well done Isa
well can you just joined us Mashallah, she heard us city embassy. Mashallah, welcome. Tell everyone Assalamu alaikum you have to say, so they can hear you.
And I think you guys hear Khadija she gave you a special Salam. All right? So Isa Allah, his solemn Isa and he Salam as a baby, he spoke to the people. And he said that I am the servant of Allah. Right? And that Allah
commanded me to pray sada and to give charity and to be good to my money. Right? That's what he said. He said, I'm saying what did you say earlier that you should be good to you to be good to your money. Right? So well done, guys, for those who got Isa Salah. Now, we also explained last week why you have to be special, and you have to do special things. And I'm going to recap Remember we said that we are the followers of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the final messenger. And after Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, there is no prophet to come. Right? So who's going to teach the world good things?
Who's going to teach the people what the prophets taught? Who's going to teach the people to worship one Allah? Ibrahim is not gonna come back. Right? No as the profits gonna come. So who's gonna teach the people good things
eater is reminding us that he said he Salam is gonna come back. But he said, he said, I'm not gonna come as a prophet. He's gonna come as a follower of Mohammed Salah. Love it. Right? So who is going to teach the people good things? It's us, the young boys, the young girls, the mommies, the daddies, the grandparents that the uncles the Auntie's, we are the followers of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So we have to teach the oma good things, right. So now we understand what, what is the topic? We are not too small to do big things. And we understand why. Why we have to do big things, because we are the owner of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And no one else is going to teach
people to do good things besides, besides us, isn't it? Right? And then we also discussed how, how, what can we do so that we can do big things we said number one, we should make the app within three, two hours last week has to be on La Jolla, Milwaukee, we learned stuff from LA, we learned La Ilaha Illa, Allah Subhana Allah in equal to without bothering me I Cynthia Khadija
right. So we let that as well. Then also, we learned that we need to be patient. And we learned that we need to persevere remember the two P's patience and perseverance. You can't lose patience. swallowed up by a whale, if you do remember what happened, do you?
Remember? So we learned a few things regarding how we can go about doing big things. We need to be patient, we need to make dua, we need to persevere. And this week I want to dedicate this week to another thing that we can do to help us do amazing things. And that is what what do you think, is one of the greatest things that we can do to help us achieve big things? sila well then and well then Khadija so this week is dedicated to the topic called
sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. That's what we say after we say Mohammed this week is dedicated to Salah to what is selected
when you go to the masjid well then we go to the masjid we pray for that but now upset over here so that so that you can be more comfortable Okay, so now Masha Allah the messages are they open or closed in the country that we in? The machines are closed? If the machines are closed? Where do we produce Elena?
We bring it home isn't it so you don't realize and I'm sure everyone knows what Salah is somebody said we're going to be discussing the history of Salah not really today we want to introduce what Salah is inshallah and and throughout the week inshallah everyone will understand the history of salah and all different things pertaining to Salafi we want to dedicate this week to the Salah Satan Shatila. inshallah. Now what does sila mean? Well, swala we know right as Khadija told us, when we go to domestic we pray Salah is when we stand and we face the fibula
We raise our hands over here, and we say Allahu Akbar, and then we pray and at the end, or during the Salah, we bow and then we prostrate. And then at the end of the Salah, we turn our head to the right and we say a ceremony to mark McCullough and to the left and we say a Salam aleikum. wa rahmatullah. Right. That's what that that is what Salah is.
You want to take a break, you can take a break, okay? So so that we know what Salah is. It's a set of actions that begins by us raising our hands and saying Allahu Akbar, and then the Salah ends by saying Salam aleikum warahmatullah. salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah. There is a Salah is now why is the Salah important? Who can tell me why is the Salah important? Give me some ideas. What do you think? Well give me one reason why this is important. Because
we remember a law when we praise Allah. Okay, but I'm looking for another answer.
It's one of the pillars of Islam. Salah is one of the pillars of Islam is the second pillar of Islam. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught us that Islam is built upon five pillars, you know, like a house, you have a house, and a house has pillars, which holds the house up. Okay? And over here before the show, Khadija built us a little house or like a house, okay? And she gave us this little roof to put on top of the house. Okay, so how many pillars are holding up? This house? Right? Five Pillars? One, two. Let me hold it this way. So you can all see, we have 12345 Okay. Now, obviously, we have the biggest pillar in the middle Can you see the thickest pillar, the biggest
pillars in the middle? And this pillar is the main pillar of Islam, which is the Shahada to say ah hi to La ilaha illAllah
rasul. Right. That's the main point, because without this pillar, all these are the pillars will break. Without this pillar, all these other pillars will break we need this pillar, because this pillar makes a solution. Okay. But this pillar cannot survive by itself. Without these pillars. These pillars make this pillar stronger. See, and this pillar we'll call it Salah. So this pillar helps our Eman become strong. This pedal accorded fasting. This pillar also helps our Eman become strong. This pillar is zeca, which is to give some of your money to poor people. When you do that. It's going to help your character and it's going to protect your iMac so you can stay strong. And
then what's the last credit hedge the pillar of hedge when you go for hedge, it's going to help your wealth it's going to help yourself it's going to help you immensely. So it's going to keep this pillar strong. But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us that the strongest pillar after the Shahada is the pillar of Salah, this pillar. This pillar is the strongest pillar after after the shadow. Why? Because when you say I should do Allah either heilala that I believe in Allah and I believe the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is the Messenger of Allah. Right? When you say that
it's in you, you telling us that it's in your heart You're telling Are you telling me that I believe in Allah in my heart, right? But to prove that it's true,
the pillar that proves that it's true, Sarah, why? Because Salah is five times a day, five times a day you have to you have to pray It's time for Salah Let me pray. Oh, but it's too cold. No, but I have to pray. Why? Because I believe in my heart that I worship one Allah and Allah told me to pray. Right? Maybe you want to sleep you wake up but you want to sleep right sometimes when I wake up Abdullah
Baba, I need five minutes. Right? I've been sleepy it's a no come on. Abdullah. Salah is better than sleep. Let's pray that you can go back to sleep, isn't it? Right hamdulillah Abdullah and I met the homeschool so they don't have to go to school. So they flexible, right? They can sleep after fighting for some time. They don't have to wake up for school. Right?
Like if you go to school, then you have to wake up on time and you don't have time to sleep after fighter but you have time to sleep after Friday. Right? So you say I'm a bit sleepy. I'm a bit sleepy. Say No. Wake up and pray. Why? Because you believe in Allah and Allah told you to pray. So why is Salah important?
Because it's the second pillar of Islam. Why else is Salah important gasps number two, because the first thing that Allah is going to ask us about on the day of the AMA is about our Salah. The first thing I was gonna ask us
before Allah asks us if we were good boys and girls to our parents. We know we have to be good boys and good girls to our mommies and daddies, right? That's very important. Allah is gonna ask us on the day of the AMA, when you're a good boy or you're a good girl, right? But before Allah asks you about that, he's gonna ask you about your Salah.
before Allah asked you about fasting is going to ask you about Salah before Allah ask you about hedge and Amara is going to ask you about Salah before Allah is gonna ask if you looked up to the poor people, he's going to ask you about Salah on the day of the AMA, we all gonna stand in front of Allah except a few people who will go straight to Jenna May Allah make us from them to me right? But for most of the people we have to go to Allah allows them to ask us about what we did. The first thing is going to ask us about our son.
And if our Salah is good if the angels show the books because remember we have angels recording everything that we do. Have someone said masala Lucknow, Salah.
Most of that is Muhammad. So
that's the difference. That's it. Sarah means to be righteous to be good. But we're talking about twila with a small hat. So not
the big hat is the Egyptian football player who plays for Liverpool.
All right, we're not talking about Mohammed Salah we're talking about Salah
Muslim and Asia, right? A lot of em. If we pass if the Salah stands up and says yes, I'm strong, because Abdullah Ahmed, are you Iran, Russia, all the different commercial level. I'm reading your names in the live chat. They all used to pray their Salah all the time. Right? Then Allah now we'll look at our other deeds, our kindness to our parents, our fasting, our Hajj, our Amara? Now, what if we have a person who was so good to his mommy and his daddy? But he never used to pray?
Is that gonna help him? What do you guys think? Let's say someone fasted every day, but they never prayed that Salah
is the first thing going to help them. Why? Because Allah has said that before I look at all your other good deeds are going to look at your Salah. So we have to make sure our Salah passes. So why is it important? Number one, it's a second pillar of Islam. Right? Number two because the first thing Allah will ask us on the day of day I'm about is our Salah, if our surpasses Allah will look at our other deeds. Number three, why is Allah important? Because
it's a gift from Allah Subhana who attack and I'm going to teach you about this tomorrow because tomorrow I'm going to tell you the story of how Allah gave Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Salah, and that is in the story of that. The Mirage and I'm sure in this month many people are talking about the mirage. I'm going to tell you all about the Mirage, okay? Because during the Mirage, Allah gave the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Salah as a gift. So I'm going to teach you about the history of Salah tomorrow, I'm going to tell you about the story of the mirage. But for today, we want to understand why is Salah important. So why is that important? Because Allah
gave it to us as a gift as a present. Right? And if someone you love gives you a present, what do you do with the present? Will you throw it away? Or you keep it safe? You keep it safe, right? Because it's a gift from someone who you love. So if Allah gifts you something and Allah has given us a present and that is the sada What should we do with the Salah, throw it away or keep it safe? Keep it safe. How do we keep it safe?
By doing the reason why we must pray. And that is why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told all the mommies and all the dads that when your children get to seven years old. Now pay attention everyone. When your children get to seven years old, you should start encouraging them to pray that
they don't have to pray oil, but start telling them to pray. Okay, teach them why Salah is important like what we're doing today. Teach them that Salah is the second pillar of Islam. Teach them that the first thing that allows them
acuity fdma is the Syrah when they get to now old, seven years old, seven years old. The province of Allahu alayhi wa sallam told all the parents to teach the children of Salah, but don't force them to pray, because they still small but teach them that it's important that they pray. And as they get to eight years old, they start praying more nine years old, they start praying. But then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said by the age of 10 years old, the parents have to make sure that the children pray all this sila on time on time, you can't miss a Salah by the age of 10. Okay, why by the age of 10, because at anytime after the age of 10, our angels who record all the things we do,
they're going to start writing and if we miss the Salah, they can rightly Mr. Salah today, he was sleeping. He didn't wake up.
Allah will read that book on the day of the AMA. So what do we want a lot to see our books on the day
that we were sleeping when it was time to pray, or we got up and we prayed. We got up and we prayed Okay, so remember this the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said at the age of seven the mommies and daddies must teach the boys and girls about salah and at the age of 10 they must make sure that the boys and girls pray their Salah without missing any salt. Okay? also why is such an important? Who wants to get closest to Allah? Who wants to get closest the closest you can get to Allah? You guys want to get closer to Allah be the closest to Allah. Well the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that the closest we are to Allah is when we are in our sila prostrating Institute. Who
knows what to do this.
When you prostrate when you put your forehead on the ground, in sujood the province of Allahu alayhi wa sallam said that we are closest to Allah when we are prostrating Institute.
So, Pamela, what do you guys think of that?
Amazing, okay, I have one more reason why we should pray. Who wants to open all the doors of gender.
All the doors of gender. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that gender has eight doors. How many doors eight, eight gates. And these gates are massive. In fact, in some durations, we learn that the width of one gate is between two to 300 kilometers. It's an estimate. It's an estimate with a province of a level.
I know sorry, not not, not not two to 301,200 to 1300 kilometers. That's between the gates of gentlemen. Let me get this right, one second, between the gates of genda 1200 to 1300 kilometers, but some gates have a width that's like two to 300 kilometres long can you imagine how big the gates agenda
now how strong Do you have to be to open those gates?
Right. But do you know that every day we can open all eight case of gentlemen, Guess how?
By praying Salah, but to pray for that we need
the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam said the key to Salah is Hulu and the key to gender is sada. Okay, so we can pre set out without
Do you know that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that who ever makes will do property. they wash their hands properly, they wash their face properly, they make sure all the pots are wet. They don't waste water. They use little water because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said don't waste water. they wash their feet they wipe their hair they make their will do properly then after we do they say I shall do Allah ilaha illa Allah will actually do and Mohammed Al Abdullah he
or I shall do I know Mohammed and Abu or assume whoever makes will do and says this.
I shall do La ilaha illAllah
Muhammad Abu rasuluh all eight gates of Jenna will open for you.
Did you guys know that? You guys didn't know that. Like you know it today. If you make will do properly and you save this graph to do all eight gates of general open.
Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us Allah is asking if we don't say they will the gates open. We say that the prophets we have to follow what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told
Just because we didn't see gender we didn't see the gates of gender we don't know how they open, but we know what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam taught us so we must follow what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam Georgia so he taught us We must make will do properly without wasting water making sure all our parts are wet. And then after that we say this door app I showed you La ilaha illallah wa shadow under Mohammed Abdullahi rasuluh and all these massive big huge gates, all eight of them will open for us why will they open for us?
Allah is telling us that if we do this, we will entertain inshallah,
we will enter general inshallah, and inshallah, when we go to the gate, the day of gamma, and there will be a board with names and we'll be looking for our name, our name will be the insha Allah, may Allah open the gates of gender for us say I mean, we almost had to lie because people who not only pray Salah, but we love to pray Salah, see, I mean, and we all love because people who never ever miss Salah, see me and if we ever miss Salah We ask Allah to forgive us, and we make up the Salah that we miss say I mean, all right, guys. So this brings us to the end of today. Today was an introduction to the week, a summary of last week for those who didn't join us last week and are
joining us this week. And also it's an introduction to the topic of this week, and that is the topic of Salah everyday inshallah until Friday, we will be learning about Salah. Now there's homework for you are number one, if you look in the description box below, you will see a worksheet I want you to do that worksheet on that worksheet, I have the teaching of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in that do it for you, that you are that you should make afterwards do. Okay, what I want you to do is I want you to color the worksheet. I want you to sit with your parents. And all together I want you to learn to do that I want you to take that paper and stick it somewhere not in the bathroom,
but somewhere where you can stick it because we mustn't put a last name in the bathroom, right? So stick it somewhere where it's not in the bathroom, but after you make Hulu you will see it. So every time you make Hulu and you see that paper, it will remind you to to do what to say the door all the gates of genda can open for you inshallah. So that's homework, number one. Homework number two, I want you all to sit with your parents. And I want you to discuss with your parents tell your parents that mama Baba, I'm seven years old. I'm five years old. I'm 13 years old. Where should I be with my Salah? And am I there? Or am I not there? And what can I do to get paid? So let's say you're 13 and
you're not playing Sala? Are you praying two times a day or three times a day? Sit down with your parents and ask them mama Baba, I'm 13 How many times a day should I pray? Today? I was taught I need to pray five times a day. What can I do to pray five times a day? Can you help me pray five times a day. If you're five years old, ask your parents today I learned that we should pray Salah but I'm five. So where should I be? Should I be praying? How many should I be praying and your parents will tell you no, you're still small. You five years old. If you want to pray you can, but you don't have to. If you're eight years old, for example, the parents will tell you that now you
need to start praying because from the age of seven, you need to pray. So I want you to have this meeting with your parents. Okay, today, today have this meeting with your parents and say we had this lesson and we learned how important Salah is and that Allah is going to ask us first from the DFP about about our Salah. So let's discuss how we can make sure we pray Our Salah Okay, so you have two pieces of work to do and come to the land. This brings us to the end of today. I honestly missed you guys over Saturday and Sunday. Really happy to be with you again. Please don't forget to share this program with other people you've been a phenomenal team Mashallah different people from
different countries are joining in. So please keep sharing the program click the Share button hit the like button subscribe to the channel, create awareness of it and hamdulillah we all building gentlemen together candelilla right and do the agenda is fine. I love you for the sake of Allah until tomorrow May Allah preserve us it is obedience Ameen. Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh