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Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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Allahumma salli ala Muhammad in early Mohammedan conocer later Allah Ibrahim Ali Ibrahim in nikka hamidah Majeed Allahumma barik ala Muhammad in varla early Mohammed in come about Dr. Allah Ibrahim Ibrahim in Mecca hamidah Majeed when I recite the Doodle, you all should do it along with me as well or do it in your hearts. The reason is that when we study the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam you know, the etiquette that this has been the traditional scholars of the pastor whenever the Hadees has been read has been studied, the sila has been studied, always we should send peace and blessings upon him inshallah. So make sure you do that. All right. Around Buhari when he wrote

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his book before he wrote any chapter heading or before he wrote any headings in his book, he performed a car sedan before that he would also perform the vessel. So the question is that what should we do on our part, when we're learning the Huskies definitely what he did something that is amazing, but for us, at least we can perform to rocker enough before we come to class everyday make it a habit, that may Allah subhanaw taala make this effort of ours sincere, only for his sake, so that we benefit from it immensely. So, when he prayed to nefer What was the reason behind that to correct his intention and also to seek the help of a loss of penalty? Yeah, cannot we do what he can

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to start? So similarly, when we are seeking knowledge, when we are studying this book, we need the help of Allah subhanaw taala This is why we should also perform novel or make the art or something or the other before starting this channel. All right. At the beginning of the book when we read the name of Mr. Bahari that Karla Shea who enamel Harefield

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the word half is in the past was used for a scholar who had not just memorized the Quran, but he had memorized the Hadees. And he had not just memorized a few of these, but he knew at least 100,000 meaning you had to know a whole lot of Hadees and not just the text, but along with the text the senate as well. Then a person would be called by the title of and half his and these days was called a half is somebody who's memorized the Quran only. And in the past, a person who had memorized the Quran, there was no special title for him. I mean, the word party also was used for a person who had yes memorize the Quran, but knew the different art as well that person would be called a car. And

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these days any person who recites beautifully is called a car. So see the standards of the past were very, very high. They were very high. This is why Mambo Hardy was called heaven. So when you're memorizing the Hadees, you are trying to get somewhere near that at least. inshallah, let's begin the study of the Hadees or the Bologna shadow energy. We studied the senate of the first Hadees had visited who made the U all the way up to the top of the member and now inshallah we will study the matter, the text of the Hadees what's the text that are most of the learning is at some miracle Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a goon in normal armor Labine yet we're in America Lymbery

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him man away from uncanny t gelato. illa dounia usili boo her Oh Allah ma Athenian key who her for her gelato. Illa, Hydra LA. This Hadees talks about intention. And if you look at the chapter, what's the chapter kita but Allah He or we learn Babylon k for cannabid over here in our rasulillah salam sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now, on the apparent there seems to be no correlation between this Hadees and the chapter heading. The chapter is about revelation about what he and the Hadees speaks about intention about the sincerity of the intention. Why is this Hadees mentioned over here then, some scholars they have said that the reason why Mr. Bahari mentioned this Hadees, as the

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first one is to show the importance of sincerity before doing any good action. If you think about the compilation of Hadees in the form of a book, isn't that a good deed? Of course it is. And the fact is that a person when he does anything for the sake of Allah, what's his intention? What's his goal, that he wants to attain reward for it? So before performing this deed, even writing his book, writing all of these ideas, before that he reminds himself and the reader of the importance of the correct intention, that no matter what deed a person does, his goal should be to attain the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala the reward of the hereafter. Other scholars have said that there is

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A relationship between the chapter heading and the heading as well. What's that relationship? That relationship is that the objective of compiling this book was together where he guided me through, isn't it? So? Why was it that Mr. Mohali was compiling this book because he wanted to collect the authentic where he read mutlu and what is what he read Matthew, where he that is not recited meaning this another words of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, all right, so he begins with the chapter of Revelation. Now, why did Allah subhanaw taala send revelation so that people worship Who? Only Allah subhanaw taala that is a class that is sincerity. So, the reason behind sending the word he is so

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that people have sincerity. So the first Hadees that comes in the book of Revelation is which one of sincerity because that is the purpose of sending why women O'Meara Illa Leah Buddha law, mostly seen Allahu Deen is an utter making sincere to him worship. So worship is sincerity for Allah subhanaw taala This is also a form of worship and act of worship and the Hadith teaches us how to worship Allah. So this is why intention Nia comes first. Now the Hadees in MLR, marylu binny yet, in number, what is it? namami? Indeed not but meaning this is the case, Allah man, the actions binny yet with the intentions, what does it mean by armelle, Amal is a plural of M, and N, what does it refer to

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the actions of a person. And this includes the words that a person says, This includes the deeds that he performs. This includes his thinking as well. And this also includes when a person leaves something, remember that dark leaving something is also an action, it is also an armor. We discussed this intercede once that leaving something is also an action, which is why when a person leaves something bad for the sake of Allah for that, also he gets reward. So anyway, amahl includes any deed, any action that a person does. It includes acts of worship, it includes a person's dealings with others, it includes the habits of a person, it includes actions that are related to dunya only,

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you know, completely worldly actions. It includes the dhikr of Allah subhanaw taala, it includes rituals, talking, you know, making a promise, washing one's clothes, giving advice to another attending a class, just anything that a human being can do. What is that? Um, uh, so over here we see that enamel or marylu, alarma reactions, all actions, how are they been yet the word new yet is a plural of media and media is from newsletters known were? Yeah, from the word. Nowhere in the article, hubby one, Noah, Allah subhanaw. taala is a cleaver of help as well as Noah hub is green. And Noah is the seed by for example, you're having a beach, as you eat it. What will you find in the

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middle? The seed? So where is the seed? It is buried inside, it is deep inside the fruit. Similarly, this seat, where do you put in the ground inside deep underground? So it's hidden? It's not visible? It's not apparent. It's not on the surface. Neha intention? Is it apparent is it on the surface? No, that is also hidden deep where inside your heart is an utter. However, just because it's hidden does not mean it's not there and does not mean that it does not have an effect on the action, the seed does it have an effect on the plant that grows out of it, of course, the way the seed will be, the plant will be it's not possible that you put a peach seed in the ground and there comes a mango

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plant out of it. It's not possible, whatever kind of seed you put in the ground, that is the kind of plant that you will get. Similarly, the way the intention is, the action is like that as well. You understand? Now can you relate it with the seat? So over here we learned that enamel or marylu beanie yet, what does it mean by this Vinny yet this bear has been understood in a number of ways which is why there are many different interpretations of this sentence in the Milan Albania I will tell you only a few. Because if we go on to studying each and every one of them, it will take very long and we want to get through as many of the ahaadeeth of this book as possible. So in our amount

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of money yet, first of all, it is said that the actions and the actions been made yet, meaning they are based on intentions. So the action, its acceptance or its rejection is based on how the intention was. So if a person does something for the

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sake of Allah, then his action will be accepted. But if a person does something, only to gain praise from people, then will his action be accepted or rejected, rejected. So the acceptance or rejection of deeds is based on what the intentions, enamel or marylu, Binya yet, or we can understand this as that the reward or the punishment for an action is based on what the intention, the way the intention was similar will be the reward of the person, or the punishment of a person, meaning, if the intention is very sincere, then their award will also be great, immense, pure, but if a person's intention is mixed up, it's not for the sake of a loss of panel data, then how will the recompense

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be, it will not be reward, it will be something else. So, in other words, actions are based on intentions, what do we learn from this meaning in them alarm Albania, what comes into your mind? What are you thinking? that success is not just about the outcome of the action, it's also about the state of the heart, while we were performing that action, meaning for example, we give a gift to somebody, and they thank us, they praise us they become very happy doesn't just mean we have done a good deed, if our intention was not great. So we should not just be concerned about the outcome of the action. But we should also be concerned about how we are feeling on the inside, because the

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feeling is not correct, the outcome doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. Similarly, if a person is gaining knowledge is seeking knowledge is memorizing a lot. He's learning a lot of names. So he's able to call him he's able to remember them, the outcome is very good. But the outcome does not matter if the intention is not correct. Because the outcome could be a big burden on a person if the intention is not correct. Because what good is that result, it's not rewarded for that every action we do, there must be a sincere intention behind it, any good deed that we do, whether it is sitting in class, or it is, you know, speaking to somebody in a nice manner, fulfilling a promise, anything

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we do, the intention should be what the pleasure of the last panel data, because in MLR, marylu, Bitney yet, if you want to get something out of the seed, you have to put it in the ground insight, isn't it? So if you leave it at the surface, or if it's not that strong, if it's not that firm, then is the plant going to come out of it? No. Similarly, the intention, Nia should be firm, we should be conscious about it, because many times we're doing our actions, and we don't really think about the intention that we have behind it. For example, we're coming every day. Yeah, we're coming. Yes, I'm doing my work. What's the reason? Why am I doing it? question yourself, reignite the intention every

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time because if you don't, what's going to happen? The action is not going to be firm. intention is the key for is the karma for steadfastness, that when a person is sincere in his intention, then inshallah as we see over here in MLR, Malou beneath and the reward is there and sometimes Allah subhanaw taala shows it very quickly in this dunya as well. So in normal Armada, we know yet one meaning is that the actions are based on intentions. Another meaning is that the intention is the reason for doing the action in normal armello binny yet that meeting because of the new yet intimate armello vinyasa bombing, because of the The intention is the reason for doing the deed. In other

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words, if there is no intention, there is no action law Amala in Albania, there is no action without an intention, meaning no action can be complete, can be correct, unless and until there is an intention behind it. You understand, like for example, no good deed will be considered a good deed until and unless there is the right intention behind it. If a person does not pay attention to the New Year, if a person does not pay attention to the New Year, then the action is incomplete. The action is incomplete. It's not worth anything. So enamel. armello Binney yet. And this Hadees also shows to us that every person who is who has an arc of meaning he is able to use his reason, then

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any action that he's doing, definitely there will be some reason behind it. You know, sometimes you say I did it for no reason. It's not possible. You had some reason behind it. Sometimes that reason is not that clear to you. But there's always a reason why you are doing something. There's always a reason why you're doing something. And if you start questioning yourself about the intention, then you will really get to know about yourself, you will really get to know about yourself, because this is when we will begin to analyze our actions we will begin to analyze our behaviors. For example, if you give a gift to someone, all right, and they do not call you, they do not send you a thank you

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note. So you begin to wonder, are they okay? What

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The reason why did they not thank me? Now at this point, you question yourself? Why did I give it anyway? Did I give it to receive some? Thank you? No? Did I give it to receive some kind of appreciation? Or did I give it for the sake of Allah? You understand? So every action always has a reason behind it. It's not possible that you do something. And you say, Oh, I didn't mean anything. No, you mean something? This is why you did it. This is why you said it. And when you see that the result is not as you wanted it to be, then question yourself, why did I do it? And this is the time to analyze our intentions. Then another meaning is that in MLR, Albania, that the deeds are

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established with the intentions, deeds are established with the intentions What does it mean? That, Your Honor, your action will be according to your intention, your action will be according to your intention. If a person has intended something good, he will do good. And Allah subhanaw taala will facilitate that way for him as well, isn't it so that if your intention is to really do Islam with someone to really reform your relationship with someone, then what will happen a lot of panel data will facilitate that for you. But if your intention is that they should acknowledge your greatness, or they should submit to you completely, then will you be able to reconcile with them, you will not

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be able to reconcile. So, the way the intention is, the action will be your karma will be according to your intention. Sometimes it happens that we do something and we say, but this was not my intention. Question yourself, really, what was your intention? And Allah subhanaw taala knows very well about how our intention is so intimate, Mr. Labine, yet indeed the actions are based on intentions. We're in an alley kolibri in Manoa, and for every person is what he intends, meaning every person will get what he intends. Whatever a person wants, that's what he will get. So if a person wants what you love, Donald, by the action that he is performing, then will he get it? Will

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he get that? Yes, because the profits or the losses that I'm said we're in America, literally in Manoa, whatever your intention is, you will get it. Allah subhanaw taala says woman cara, you need to have that dunya no demon her, isn't it so whoever wants the house of dunya then Allah subhanaw taala will give him from it. And whoever wants the house of Allah, Allah subhanaw taala will give that to him as well. So we're in Nevada culinary in Manoa, every person will get what he intends for. If a person wants praise, okay, he might get it. But if a person wants alcohol, then he will get that we're in America, liberty in Manoa, for mankind at jurado illa dunya use Eva. So whoever's

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digital is to the near which he wants to attain, meaning, if a person is immigrating in order to avail some worldly opportunity, this could be some business opportunity. This could be some digital, a job, anything. The example of hijra is given over here. Hendra is what leaving your home country and going elsewhere. And if you think about it, hedger, this is a very difficult action, isn't it? A very visible action, isn't it? It's a very visible action. If you're praying, right, you persona, it's quite possible, somebody doesn't notice you, somebody doesn't see you. But if a person is migrating from one city to another, from one country to another, everybody will notice. So it's a

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very noticeable action, a very overt action, very obvious action, manifest action, and a very great action as well, a very great deed for which the reward is very, very great. But if this great deed which is very obvious, for this, even the intention is not correct, the person will not get reward for it. If a person's intention for hegira is that he wants to get some dounia or he wants to integrate it and kill her or he wants to marry a woman. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said for his right to enter mahalo LA, then his hatred is to that which he immigrated to meaning that he will get that dunya he will get that woman he will not get the reward from Allah soprano. Because he did not

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do it for the sake of Allah. Now, this is something that is very scary, because as we discussed earlier, hijra is a very visible action, a very great deed for which a person has to sacrifice, he has to have a lot of courage, he has to have a lot of determination, he has to have a lot of patience. I mean, you cannot do it without difficulty. But if this great deed is being done, without the right intention, it doesn't bring a person reward. If a person doesn't for the sake of dunya, that's what he will get, he will not have any reward in the hereafter. If a person doesn't for the sake of a woman, that's what he will get not reward in the hereafter. So the example of the hijra is

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given over here. And notice that two things have mentioned about dunia and secondly, Emma dunia What does that represent? It represents shutter button the desire of the bottom of the stomach

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And the woman nica, what does that signify? Sure, what is the desire of the private part? So any action that a person does, he should check himself, he should analyze himself that why am I doing it? Is it just to satisfy the desire of my stomach, the desire of my body? Is it just to gain praise from people? Or is it for the sake of a loss,

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because a person will only get what he intends. And there is a very deep relationship between this as well, that what you intend you strive towards, isn't what you want, you go towards it, it's only natural. And when you will go towards it, Allah subhanaw taala will facilitate that for you, and He will facilitate that for you, then what will happen, you will get that end result. So, it's not possible that a person says, I have a very sincere intention, but he ends up doing something wrong. No, if the intention is correct, the action will also be right. And if the intention is not right, the action will also not be right, the outcome will also not be right. So this hadith teaches us

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that, first of all, we should correct our intentions, we should be sincere in the deeds that we perform. And any deed that we perform, it should be for the sake of a loss of personal data. And this Hadees you see at the beginning of this book, it is a very, very important lesson, that as we embark on this journey of seeking knowledge, studying this great book of Hades, we should reflect on ourselves, we should look inside of ourselves and see, why are we doing what we are doing? Is it that we are seeking knowledge just to become knowledgeable, just so that we can think of ourselves as very learned, just so that we can say, Yes, I have also done this, just so that we can put one

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more thing on our resume, just so that we can debate with people who have knowledge, just so that we can look down on people who don't have this knowledge, what's our intention, we have to be very, very careful, because you see, remember the statement of the scholar that under Elmo, Yulia obaidul hyah, he will keep knowledge gets wasted between shyness and pride. So if this knowledge is taking a person to pride is making a person proud, then it's a wasted effort. It's a wasted effort. But if a person is seeking this knowledge to improve himself to increase in his actions, do be of those people who have and are more than inshallah Allah subhanaw taala will also facilitate that way for

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the person. So we have to look into ourselves, look into our hearts that what is the intention? Why are we doing this? What's the purpose? If our goal is the adultery reward from Allah subhanaw taala, then what will happen, any difficulty that comes in the way it will be easier to deal with it, it will be easier to deal with it. Like for example, you come in here, you have to do your homework, you have to mark that checklist. So what is it that can motivate you? Is it just numbers, numbers alone cannot motivate you. And if it's numbers only, it's not sufficient. It's not good enough. Because eventually what's going to happen? If you are unable to do one checklist, you'll be like,

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that's it, I cannot do it anymore. Forget it. But if your intention is that no, I want to increase in my knowledge so that I can become a better person so that I can do this and this and this and eventually earn the last panel data, then this whole effort will become easier, you will enjoy this journey. You will not take it as a burden, but rather you will enjoy every moment of it.

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If a person started off with a different intention, halfway through, they realize what am I doing, then they can fix their intention, and they definitely should fix it. Because if they don't fix it, then that's a problem. And the thing is that it's not possible that you make your intention once and it stays like that forever. Why? Because where's the New Year, it's in the heart, and what's the state of the heart, it's constantly moving. This is why we make dua to Allah that Allah made my heart firm yamaka liberal kulu so intention can change. This is how react comes in. So this is why it's necessary that we renew our intention. Every now and then. If the intention is wrong, if the

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intention is bad, a person will see that bad. A person will actually see it because we're in a family calamity in Manoa. So it's not possible that a person has an evil intention, his art and he doesn't see evil. No, he will end up seeing evil. So if a person is treating someone in a bad way, intending to harm them, on the apparent they try to be very good. No, they're going to see the end result of their actions. So we see over here that the main thing is the intention because sometimes that happens that a person has a good intention, but he's unable to do what he wants to do. So Will he get the agenda? Yes, he will get that we should always be checking our intention. Every now and

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then. intention gives you confidence that when you have nothing to fear because you're not a criminal, you're not doing anything wrong, then it gives you confidence. It keeps you calm, it keeps you relaxed, but if a person has mixed intentions, then what happens he becomes nervous, isn't it? So? This book Mr. Bahari, he wrote for

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Who not just the masses, but rather for the scholars as well as the students of knowledge. And when he wrote this book, The first Hadees that he puts is about intention, reminding himself and reminding the reader as well, that this action that you're doing memorizing the Hadith, studying the Hadees, narrating them, it brings you a lot of fame. It brings you a lot of worldly success. But why are you doing this? Correct your intention because if the intention is not correct, then this effort of traveling and going to scholars and learning from teachers and narrating and memorizing and reviewing, it's a wasted effort. That intention gives you purpose, and that purpose gives you

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motivation to continue to keep going, despite the difficulty. That's continue hedis number two, had the center of the law human use of a call about an American and he Sherman Nier, automata and OBE are not a shadow meal movement dinero de La Hoya and her and Nell Harris Abner he Sherman lovely Allahu anhu said a lot of sulam la his sallallahu alayhi wa sallam of Nepal el rasulillah k fire tickle you for Paula Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Erhan and yet teeny Miss la Sol Sol Attila djerassi well who I should do who I lay here for you somewhere I need what do I turn whom upon what ohana and yet my fellow Li l melaku Rajan for you can leave money for email your cool

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pilot our Isha to rhodiola her and her What a quarter or a two Who? En zero la hill where you feel yo Misha de de de Philip Seymour, and who were in the jobina who laid the facade open, or shall deliver on her narrated, that inheritable who shall deliver and who asked Allah messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam all as messenger. How is the divine revelation revealed to you? Allah messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam replied, sometimes it is revealed like the ringing of a bell. This form of Revelation is the hardest of all. And then this state passes off after I have grasped what is revealed. Sometimes the angel comes in the form of a man and talks to me and I grasp whatever he

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says, I should have learned her at it. Verily, I saw the Prophet sallallahu Sallam being inspired, divinely and notice the sweat dropping from his forehead on a very cold day, as the revolution was over. That's to the word the word had doesn't Abdullah Hebrew Yusuf Abdullah hidden usip he narrated to us who does us refer to Now, remember it and remember the word had dessiner is used when a student learns from a teacher where in a classroom setting, so the name indicates plural. So it shows that remember, Hardy was not the only one who heard this from the library use of at that time when he was narrating this Hadees but rather there were many other students like him and Buhari so

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Abdullayev new use of Who was he, the teacher of Mr. Buhari, he said meaning of the law him the use of he said Bonaire, Malecon Malik informed us, who is Malik, this is Mr. Malik, Mr. Malik, the author of water. So he was a teacher of of the Lord Musa. So a lot on our medical and he shall live near the water. Malik he narrated from who he Sham even wrote, who is he Sham even earlier? He was the son of urawa on a be he. So who is the father of a sham, even Ursula odawa. Now the question is Who is urwa? This is urwa ebenso, base, and zurvey. This is a debate in an r1. The Sahaba of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and urwa was the son of Zubaydah and a Smith, they'll be the one who, who

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has a smile on her she was the sister of a shadow leader in her. So in other words, Frodo was the nephew off, I shall lead over what do we learn from this?

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Who is learning from who the nephew is learning from is and isn't that amazing? Nephew learning from and, and we see that I should only learn how she used to narrate her this used to teach the men as well. She's changed the men as well, many times as a harbor. And after limited period, they would come to I should have learned her and asked her questions about things that they were unaware of that they were confused about. There was some difference about there was some confusion about they would come and ask her. So I should have designed her would also teach them. But amongst all the men who learned from her urwa is at the top urwa had the greatest knowledge of Hades narrative from

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Why? Because he was her nephew, so there was no hijab issue. So he would come and learn from her very easily. And we see that at that time when he was growing up. And he was learning from our children and there was a lot of political unrest, and he focused on learning. He focused upon

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pletely on studying and learning, so he had a lot of knowledge of fit as well as a lot of knowledge of hobbies, and he learned especially from eyeshadow

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on a big on his shutter mill momineen robiola Honda. Sir, what he narrated from whom I shall didn't learn her, and she said that an inheritable shaman, I should have known her said that had his even his Sham, who is he wrote the Allahu anhu, meaning he was a companion. He was a hobby seller, he asked, he questioned, who questioned how determination, he questions Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So you see over here that so hubby is asking the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and who is listening very carefully. I shall

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I shall determine her was very inquisitive, which is why we see that she asked profits or losses and many questions. And also when other people came asking their questions, he would also pay a lot of attention because she was interested in learning. So anytime somebody was asking, she was present, she would pay attention not out of, you know, trying to see what other people are asking just to meddle into their affairs, no way not at all, but to learn, because one is that you ask a question. And the other is somebody else is asking. And you benefit from that, isn't it so and there's so many things that we can learn? Sometimes it happens that you go to a class and after the class, there is

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a question answer session. And sometimes you think, Oh, nevermind, I don't have a question to ask. Let me just go, don't go Don't leave. Because when other people are asking, even you can learn from that. So imagine I show that is narrating a hadith. She didn't ask a question somebody else asked, but she heard very attentively. So how does it mean a sham? He asked the Prophet sallallahu sallam, what did he asked? He said, For Paula. So he said, Yeah, rasulillah or messenger of Allah kafer how he gets deca, it comes to you what comes to you allow you the revelation? How does the world come to you? meaning in what manner? In what way? What is the procedure? What's the method that is adopted?

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Because you see why he is something that the other people could not hear when it was being given to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is an utter, because what's the literal meaning of the word Why? To inspire secretly and quickly? Isn't it to get a message across to someone secretly, quickly, so that others were around they have no idea. So the companions they would be, you know, in the company of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam the way he would come, and he would tell them, so how does it punish him? He was curious, that how does this where he come to you? Remember that this question is not out of doubt, not at all. The Sahaba did not doubt they did believe in the truthfulness of the Prophet

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sallallahu sallam. So why was he asking just to establish assurance to establish peace of mind that if I understand how the where he comes, you know I will be at peace, I will be addressed. I will be confident about it. I will have your clean about this. So this was just to establish assurance. This is just like Ibrahima. Listen, I'm he asked Allah subhanaw taala. What can you do to Hinata? How will you bring the dead alive? I want them to me, Bella, when I can, Leah Toma in the Colby, Leah Toma in the COVID. Similarly, the Sahaba they would you know, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would recite the Quran to them. How does this come to you? Just curiosity and just to satisfy the heart so

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that there's no doubt ever. Now one question I have for you. Why do you think I'm Buhari mentioned this her these as a second Hadees right at the beginning of the chapter, why do you think so? That if we have any doubt as well, we should also remove it that should also be removed, that should also go away? A person must have no doubt in the way that came to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam because that is the foundation of this theme. That is a foundation of this theme. If a person has doubt in the matter of the way, then there's doubt about the entire religion. But if a person has your pain about the war he then he has your pain in the entire religion. So he questioned him that gave a

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deacon worldview. How does this work he come to you for calling Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam replied, he said the hen and a heroine is a plural of hain he means time. So a Hannon times meaning at times. In other words, sometimes. Sometimes Yeah. Dini, it comes to me. mithila similar to Sol Sol, Sol djerassi, ringing of a bell. Sometimes it comes. And it's similar to the ringing of a bell, Sol Sol, Sol Sol, Sol Sol in what kind of clay is it? that produces sound? So sofala is the ringing sound, Algeciras Bell, well, who I should do who I lay here, and it is, I shall do the most difficult of it or lay upon me, meaning

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Of all the different ways that the way he comes to me this is the most difficult way, this is the most difficult one, well, who should do Who are they here for you have somewhere on me, then it is stopped from me, you have some from fellside mean vasana is when something stops and then continues after some time, it stops and then it continues after some time, so you have some more meaning and then it comes to an end. But it doesn't mean that the worry is completely ended, it never comes to me and then No, it comes again whenever it has to next time. So for you have some more I mean, it is completed. So until the work is completed meeting until those particular ads are completed mean the

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revelation is complete, I keep hearing this ringing of a bell and it's very, very difficult for me, what do I have to earn who and in fact, what do I have? To give the meaning of for him to have his to it's from the letters well idea, whatever you have known, where Yeah, where he is a container. So, we are is a container, what you put in a container is preserved. Right, it is secured. So what I do meaning I have memorized, I have retained I have understood on who from him from who from gibreel the one who has brought the revelation to me malerkotla what he has said meaning whatever he has revealed to me, well ohana, and sometimes yet I'm a fellow he takes form, yet I'm a fellow. We have

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done this word earlier. insolate Maria, Fatima fella, Fatima fella, meaning he took the form of game in the image of so yet my fellow he comes in the image of leave for me I'll Melaka the angel, what form or Agilent of Amen, so the angel sometimes he comes to me in the form of a man and when he comes to me in the form of a man for you can lamoni then he speaks to me he does qalam with me, meaning it's like a conversation. Ferrari so I remember I memorize I retain I keep my you know what he says? Meaning whatever that he has brought to me now, auditor Isha rhodiola who I should have the learner she said meaning she added to this. What did she had? What did she say while she was

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narrating this? So you see over here the statement of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is from her hand and yet Dini all the way to very Maya cool and I shoulda known her she is narrating the statement she adds to it. When a coda a to who and certainly I saw him who the Prophet sallallahu Sallam yen Zulu alayhi wa hue that the revelation was revealed on him in Zulu Netherland. It came down to him It came down upon him when fee in during a Yomi a day that is a shady they will borrow the Asha deed severe about cold meaning an extremely cold day, the way he came upon him, and then Philip Seymour on who then it stopped from him, meaning by the time it was completed, by the time

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they were he was over. Then what happened was in jobina, who and indeed his forehead jabeen forehead layer, the first solder on it was sweating profusely. Here the first photo is from fast or Dell. And this word literally means when someone bleeds when a vein is cut open. So imagine if the vein has been cut how a person is bleeding profusely, a lot of blood is coming out, and Arakan is to sweat. So let the first solder article, he was sweating profusely, meaning the sweat was dripping from his forehead on an extremely cold day, just as blood would pour out of an open vein. So in other words, he's explaining the difficulty of the profits that allowed us to experience when they were he came

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upon him. Now this Hardys, it teaches us many, many things. First of all, we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he describes two ways in which the way he came to him. It wasn't that the way he did not come to him in other ways. No, there were many other ways in which the revelation came to him such as through dreams, such as directly a loss of panel data speaking to him, but they're not mentioned over here. Why? Because what was the question? The question was a deacon wahoo How does he come to you through the angel? Because that's how I knew that the angel deal brings over here to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So when jabril brings it to you, how does he communicate with you? How

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does he talk to you? We don't see anything, we don't hear anything. Right? You're quiet for a few moments, you're sweating, we can see the burden that you're experiencing. And then all of a sudden, you know, that phase is over. And then you tell us about the ad that you have received. So the profits or losses that I'm told us over here are the two ways in which gibreel brought it to him. This is the explanation of what how gibreel brought the way to the prophet SAW the light. And there are other ways in which the where he was sent to the prophet SAW the Lotus and insert the Shula if 51 we learned well mechanically by sharing and you can

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Lima hula hula where he and only wore a hijab when we use it or siouxland for you here he isn't he may Usher so this is the explanation of what your Salah rasulillah This is the explanation of how Jubilee abroad was the Prophet sallallahu Salah, and how did you bring what Hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in two ways? First of all, mittlere Sol Sol Atilla djerassi, like the ringing of a bell. Now, if you think about it, the bell, what is the bell, it is said that this bell algirdas is in particular, a small object containing a piece of copper, which is hung on to a camel, just like people's pets, you know, there are cows, even cat even people put a band around it, right. So what

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happens as the animal walks the piece of copper it moves and as it moves, it will hit the object that is around it, and that will produce a sound. So this is also little jobs. And this sound is produced How? By the heating by the constant movement. Now if you think about it, a sound, any sound, it has two parts to it. First of all, its strength. And secondly, its type, the strength meaning how severe it is, how loud it is. And the type meaning how it is being produced, a bell is being used voice is being used, some musical instrument is being used? Because a person might question I mean, bells are not supposed to be good. So why is it prophets on a lot of them give an

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example of a bell, we're not talking about the band over here we're talking about the strength and the constant movement, you understand. That's what the focus is over here. To the similarity it lies in the strength of the sound, the sound of the bell that's not relevant to us, the sound of the strength is what we're focusing on the strength of the sound. Just imagine a bell that is being moved, you know, constantly the ringing of a bell. So that's how you would hear to miss la salsa, little jersey and the strength What does this indicate that when the wind would come on the Prophet sallallahu sallam, it would be very loud and clear to him just as that loudness and the clarity of

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the ringing of a bell. Many times a bell is rung why to announce something that this time is over? Or everybody should come here, right it grasps your attention. So similarly, when the way he came to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, it grasp his complete attention. So he would not hear other things, but rather he would hear the words that were being revealed to him. So he would not hear anything else whether revelation was being revealed to him. And it also shows that how difficult the experience was for the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Because imagine you have a piece of copper that's constantly banging, banging, banging, and as it bangs, it produces the sound, imagine the

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pressure, the strength, so this is the pressure to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also experienced, so Mithra Sal Salatin djerassi now remember that over here, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam says, well, who should do Who? Allah? Yeah, it is the most difficult forms on me all types of where he were difficult upon the prophets of Allah is Allah, all types of where he but this one was especially difficult, it was most difficult. And why is it that it had to be difficult, but Allah subhanaw taala not make it easy upon the Prophet sallallahu wasallam? Why did it have to be difficult?

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Why do you think so? So that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would fully concentrate? Does it ever happen with you that you're experiencing some pain in your, let's say, hand, and as you're doing your work every few seconds, where's your mind going? Your hand, your hand, your hand, even if it's just a paper cut, isn't it's a pain, you know, it fully involves you. You cannot get distracted from the pain. No matter what you're doing, where you are, who you're in front of what's going to happen, the pain that you're experiencing, your mind is going to go there constantly. So similarly, when it was very difficult on the profit side of autism to receive where he liked this, what's the reason

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behind that? Why did it happen like this, so that he would pay full attention, you know, like, they say, No pain, no gain. So in order for him to receive the way fully, there had to be that pain. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, that for you somewhere, I knew I could do it too, and who mark all that when he would have grasped it fully, then the way he would be terminated me, then the angel would go to the profits, or the listener would grasp the word he fully, completely, and then the angel would go. Now malerkotla what he said, Who does it refer to the angel Jubilee? What does it show that the revelation was spoken by the entrepreneur who brought the debris and how did he

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deliver it? Through speech? How did he deliver it through speech? he recited the words. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam heard the words. Other people didn't know what was going on. However, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam heard the words so what do I need to earn? Oh, my God. The second way through it, the Angel gibreel brother where he was that he would come in the form of a man and he would say

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Prophet sallallahu sallam, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would receive, you would take whatever was delivered to him. And we see that intelligibility would come in the form of different people, once he came in the form of a Bedouin, meaning some traveler, I mean, his clothes were extremely white. And he came, and he asked, What is a man and what is Islam before that? What is your sign and when will the hour be? And then he left. And then he went, and he checked, and he was gone. So sometimes you believe would appear in the form of a traveler, a Bedouin, a stranger, meaning someone who does have had never seen before, they were not familiar with, and sometimes it would also be in

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the form of the hill can be a companion of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So yet the methanethiol melaku Rajan for you can limani so he speaks to me. And then for email, cool, and then I retain whatever he has said, meaning I retain, I memorize whatever he has read to me, whatever he has revealed to me. So the word where he constantly What does it show that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would remember he would memorize? It was as though he had contained the word he inside of him. It wasn't that he roughly remembered that yeah, I think this is what the iOS I think this is what God said, No, he knew it very well. It was as though he had contained it inside himself. He memorized

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it, he understood it. And when he memorized understood it, it is then that the angel would depart. I showed it on her she added, that I saw the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, that the word he came to him on a very cold day, and when it ended, sweat was dripping from his forehead. What does this statement show, this indicates the severity, and the exertion, that the revelation brought on the prophet SAW the light Isn't that how severe it was, how exhausted he would be on receiving the revelation, how exhausted he would be. And we learned that once the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was on a camel, and the way he came upon him and what happened, it sat down, even the camel could not take

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the pressure. Similarly, we learned that once the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had his head, or his his knee on the front end, a man and her they found a learner, he could not take the pressure, he almost removed the head of the profits that allowed him because he could not bear the pressure, it became so heavy. So it was indeed very difficult upon him. And it was very burdensome, very difficult. And we see that this is of those metrics for which the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was required to be patient. We learned a lot of parallel data sets and sort of insane idea 2324 that in nanana, zelner, illegal Anna, then Zilla phosphates, he hooked me up

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that we have revealed as pulled out upon you a gradual revelation, therefore, be patient, be patient, it was extremely difficult. Now, I want you to understand something. The Prophet said a lot of setup for him to receive where he was a difficult, painful, dying, exhausting experience. What does it show that a person cannot gain knowledge? A person cannot receive something fully until and unless he exhausts himself. And if a person is not exhausting himself, he's not putting an effort. What does it mean, he's not really getting it,

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he's not really receiving it in full. If there is no pain, if there is no difficulty, if there is no pressure, then what's going to happen, a person will be distracted, he will not be able to focus. So for example, this checklist that we have given you, I'm sure as you see it every day, it causes you to sweat. So as it causes you to sweat, and fret, what's the reason so that you do the work? Because if this checklist is not provided to you, then what will happen? I will revise it tomorrow. I will revise it over the weekend, over the weekend, I had to go to a wedding. You never got to revise all that effort that you put in the class memorizing those I had gone, isn't it? So what do we learn

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from this Hadees that the process of learning requires from the student do put an effort to feel exhausted, to feel the pressure, it's part of the package. So if you feel the pressure, if you feel exhausted, don't worry, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he also felt the pressure much, much more severe than we are experiencing. So whenever it becomes difficult, always remember the difficulty of who the prophets are. When you read the ad, and it's difficult for you to memorize them, remember the difficulty that he experienced in receiving them, that we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was told to do suffer, not give up. He was told to do suffer not give up because sometimes it

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happens when it becomes difficult to like that said, I cannot do it anymore. Don't give up phosphate. He hooked me Arabic. Remember the patience of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. 23 years he received the way he imagined going through all that pain, going through all that pressure to the point that you're sweating. It's not easy, it's difficult. So if we take a course at seven months long or a year long

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A year and a half long, and you feel exhausted. Remember the profits are a lot. It's a long process of learning was how long? 23 years? 23 years. It was difficult. It was burdensome. But you see, for this difficulty is, isn't it? This is why Allah subhanaw taala said to him in our clinic and

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he wasn't given counsel for no reason for no effort for no Southern his turban was great, because he had to suffer a lot in the way of Allah subhanaw taala forget about the persecution, the rejection of people receiving of way itself was so difficult, itself was so difficult. So this is why his agile was great. Now again, if you connect us with the previous had these your intention is for the sake of Allah, any difficulty you bear Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah Allah,

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Allah Kohli had the constant ringing of something like the ringing of a bell is sometimes very painful, and annoying as well. It's irritable fire alarm, I'm sure you guys heard it recently. So you want to close your ears? You want the sound to go away? Why? Because it's not pleasant. Now, it doesn't mean that the world games the Prophet sallallaahu send them the words around better No, this comparison over here mythos alternative jars, it's telling us about how difficult it was for him to receive the way it doesn't mean that it was irritating. No, not at all. Not at all. But it was difficult for him to receive it just as it would be difficult for a person to hear the ringing of a

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bell. If the intention is good, if the intention is correct, then this fatigue, this exhaustion, even this brings enjoyment to a person, even this brings pleasure to a person. But if the intention is something else, and what happens it becomes difficult to anytime you feel that you're becoming impatient, ask yourself, why am I doing this? Why am I doing this? Ask yourself, and if you revive your intention, your energy will also be revived, you will feel rejuvenated as well, that even in learning all of these are hobbies, a lot of sweat and blood, you know, a lot of effort has been put into it by the scholars of the human body as a second Hadees. Because he had also put in a lot of

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effort in collecting all of the ahaadeeth. So we should also value this work, that the fire alarm, as annoying as it is as difficult it is to hear it, it's warning you have a greater danger. So is it not necessary to hear it? Is it not necessary, it is necessary. Similarly, the way it was difficult for the Prophet settle on Islam to receive it, however, it was necessary. And he had to warn the people with that way. Similarly, as difficult as it is to learn this knowledge, it's necessary. It's important because you have to become firm in your knowledge, isn't that necessary? Think about it is not important for us to improve in our knowledge, do increase in our knowledge to strengthen our

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knowledge to pass it on. It is. So if it's difficult to learn, what does it matter that isn't worth it, then it's worth it. that a person who recites could easily for him is one reward. But for a person who recites for difficulty tries again and again, for him is the reward. So if your intention is reward 100, or more opportunity for reward, it just shows to us the importance of learning how the studying the Hadees because when you do that, you get to know the Prophet sallallahu Sallam what he experienced, what he felt what he went through. And until and unless you know what he went through, you cannot have some of you because sometimes we complain about linear things. But when you

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learn about what he went through, then you just become quiet, isn't it? So it's necessary that we gain this knowledge as well along with the knowledge of the Quran. Let's continue. Now the next one, this is a fairly long one. And since we have not too much time, I'm going to do the word to word because if I read the entire Hadees and then do the word word, it will take a very, very long time. Okay, so let's start with the word. Had this and I have no boo Caden. Yeah, here given bouquets narrated to us who Mr. Bahari color had definite lace honorable kailyn. And even if she had been even she had is even she have azuri Hon, what's up Nisa bass or whatever? debate? Who is this nephew

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of our children aren't the same W and r is at the minimum minima and now correlate that indeed, she said, Oh, well, first, Ma, what? Buddha, he was started, be with it. Oh, well, Luma Buddha be the first of what came to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, the first or the initial beginning how it started. For the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, what started minute where he have the revelation, meaning at first. This is how the revelation came to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam because what's the chapter, the beginning of Revelation. So this is how the where he began coming to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam how a route via the dream of

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Have the good the right a saleha over here gives meaning of sadhika good dream meaning a true dream good dream meaning a true dream What does it mean by a true dream? Anyone a person sees in the dream that actually happens. So earlier saleha Finn now in the sleep for Ghana. So, he was led not euro he would see ruya any dream so he would not see any dream in there except jet, it came missler like similar to fellow Daybreak a sub of the morning, no dream came to him except that it would come true. Just like fun of what is fun aka super Falak collaro development Falak the breaking through the daybreak imagine it's nighttime and all of a sudden the morning comes a Daybreak the light

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becomes very clear. So, whatever he saw in the dream, that is exactly what he saw in reality, meaning his dream came true. So for can la Yeah, no dream he saw enlarger at mid level, okay. So, this is how clearly it came true. You know, sometimes it happens when you see something or somebody says something to you, maybe I think I dreamt about this, but like maybe something similar happened. This was not a maybe or something similar, exactly what he saw in his dream is what happened verbatim Exactly. So, then, the next stage of why he so initially How was it through dreams, then the next stage was Habiba. It was made beloved lie to him, meaning to the messenger sort of Lotus

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and I'll holla Oh, the seclusion holla from the root letters holla Well, what can and he was your clue, he would be alone, he would be in seclusion, where below the hill are in, in the cave of Hira fire to Hannah Sophie. So he would do the hand nose in it. What is the Hannah's one of the narrator's and this is even she have a Z, if you look at the chain, and even if she had been, he added this meaning or he gave this meaning. So his students whenever they narrated this Hadith, they would always tell this meaning as well, you understand? So what is the Hannah's wahiawa at our booth, so this meaning was given by who even she has a degree. So his students whenever they would

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narrate this Hadees they would also give the meaning that their teacher gave it wasn't that a word was added? In the words of the Prophet sort of answer No, if you look at how it's written, there is a specific sign which shows that it's not part of the Hadees so for the 100 v Well, what are both and why is it that they would alternate this meaning so that a person would not confused by the meaning of the word the handles because the handles is from hints and what does hence mean? Well, can we use a Luna lol hensler, Aleem same, all right, hints means same. So, when you look at the word harmless you think does it mean sin? No, he will not do sin, but inshallah I will tell you the

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meaning of the handles later on when I do the explanation of the Hardys so 500 fee and what is the Hannah's wahoo at our booth, so he will do the hanos in meaning that our booth worship were invited Hello, when I lay earlier during the nights olalia plural of life, how many nights there were tiller that the word possessors allow that number meaning for a number of nights. So he would do worship, in the case of Hara For how long? A number of nights cabela before and that yen zerah he would retreat literally NASA is to pull so you would pull away as if he would have to force himself to retreat to go back from the cave Illa led to his family where there's a widow, and he would take

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provision lead ellika for that, for what for his seclusion in the cave of hero. So he would stay in the cave of Hira for a number of nights before he would go back to his family. And while he would be at Halo he would have with him what yet so badly that he would have his provisions summer then meaning when he was at the cave. Then after that young Giroux he would return Ilaha de Jetta to hottie gelato and then after some nights that he would stay in Hara worshiping, then what would he do? He would go back to his family, and it was his wife at that time.

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And obviously, why would he go because he would run out of his permission he would run out of his food for dessert, then he would take provision limits. Lee has similar to it similar to what similar to what he had taken before. So in other words, he would take revision, go to the cave, he would stay there do worship for a number of nights. When he would run out of the provision. He would go back home when he would go back home, then he would take more provision and then he would go back again. So it wasn't like once a year he would go This was a regular habit. A regular habit. This was a routine. He would go constantly just like you go home, get your lunch and sleep and rest and

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everything. You come back again. And then you go home and you get your lunch and you know your dinner.

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In your restaurants leave when you come back again, a routine. So this is how this was the routine of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had that until Jared will help go until the truth came to him. What is the truth refer to the revelation? What who were Filardi? Hara? Why he was in the cave of hero. So the first revelation came Where? In the cave, how did it come? fudger who so he came to him who al melaku the angel which angel is this? gibreel for color, so he said, gibreel said to him, read when the video came to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he said,

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Allah He said, ma Anna Bukhari I am not at all a reciter meaning I am not of those people who read, I am not of those people who recite Allah He said, The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, for her Danny, now you notice the words of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam are being narrative now, up until now, somebody else was narrating what was going on now the words of the Prophet settlers and are being repeated, because look at the domain hordenine he seized me. If you notice previously what was said, For Jetta who who is narrating all of this I shall have the darn her and then she caught the very words of the prophets of Allah. So for alpha Nisa, he seized me for funny that he pressed me

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Hector until Bella it reached mini from me meaning to me, and jack the difficulty meaning it became very difficult for me, so he sees me and he pressed me and he kept pressing me until it became very difficult for me to bear that somehow salani then he released me, who Angel Jabri for color then he said, read,

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I said Ma and I because I am not at all one who reads for her then so he sees me for funny then he pressed me athenia to the second time had that until Bella Herman Neil Giada until it became very difficult for me some salani then he released me for color so he said it cannot read for color too. So I said my avatar I am not at all one who reads for Allah Danny for Hakone bunny. So he sees me and he pressed me a fairly that the third time some felony, then he released me for color. So he said, It cropped this mirror beacon letting hanoch Caracal insane I mean, I look across across the word of the Hadith of the first three I add in, although how many I add were revealed five. So the

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word of the Hadeeth have three is I know it's not written in your book. But if you look at other versions, it's present over there. And if you look at the references, well, olarak 1234 rajabi here, so he returned with it, who returned with it the Prophet sallallahu Sallam returned with it and it reverse to the where he boo Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam meaning he came with these words, this revelation. And how did he come? Yo, do Fufu do Who? While his heart was shaking? Yo juphal yo Matata for Raja? Raja, what is it when something quakes like an earthquake? So Yoda do his heart was shaking. He was very, very afraid. And also, if you think about when does a person feel his

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heartbeat like really, really fast? When when he's scared, nervous and also when he's been running very fast. So imagine he was on the mound in the cave. There the revelation came and from there he descended and from there he went home and he went very quickly. So that's also possibly why his heart was moving like this. Further, Allah Allah Khadija. So he entered upon Khadija, Binti haledon, the daughter of who aided so her digital fukada So he said, zombie loony zombie loony Cover me, cover me. So what happened for them? Malou. So they all covered him had that until the habit it went away. I knew from him, although the fear so when he came in, he was frightened. He was panicking. He

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was very nervous, exhausted. And when he came in, he said, cover me cover me. They covered him until he became calm until the fear departed from him and he became calm. Notice how Khadija of the learner? She doesn't question right away what's going on what's happening? We okay. She lets him come down. And when he comes down for call, and he heard each other Then he said to her deja Barra and he informed a lover of the news. Then he informed her himself because he needed to calm down. Sometimes what happens? Somebody gets hurt, they're crying, like what happened? What happened? Tell me speak to me. They're crying. Let them calm down, let them relax. And when they relax, then let

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them talk. Like for example, if a child is crying at the same time is telling you what's happening. They cannot tell you isn't it? So the call is a deja Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, hello. What did you say to her? After telling her look at her she to infc certainly I fear for myself. So hello, hello. Hello.

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He told her everything what had happened. And then he said, look at Hershey to infc. Hershey to I'm afraid I'll NFC for myself for color. So she said Lahu to him who said Khadija to color? No way, you have no reason to be afraid. And what does it mean by the statement of Kashi to infc? I fear for myself, what fear did he have for himself, that he could not perhaps live any longer he was going to die. He could not take this anymore. Because imagine if somebody, you don't see what's happening, somebody comes in, holds you and then releases you and holds you and release agenda doesn't as well but presses you he can't really frightened. So he was terrified. I'm afraid for myself, I might not

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live, I might die very soon. And imagine it must have been very painful, because where he is painful, and also he was afraid what fear is this, perhaps of illness of junoon of madness, so he was afraid for himself that what's going on? So she comforted him? Color No way. You have no reason to be afraid. When law he By Allah, may

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Allah whoever there by Allah, Allah will never, ever cause you grief. Now over here you see the word Yes. Yes, in case from his in his in his grief. In some other versions of this book, you will find the word Zika. And what is your Zika? mean? He will humiliate you. Now why is this difference? One place you learn yet another place you learn your Zika? If you think about it, if you write both the words jazzanova and Zika. They're written in a very similar way. The only difference is the the scale and the dots. Isn't it so? So this book when it was written down by the students and one Buhari and it was narrated, both were passed on both were taught, right especially, you know, when

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you're copying, both the words are possible and they're both correct both of them are relevant Allah will ever cause you grief along will never humiliate you both are relevant they both make sense other than ever, Allah will never humiliate you why because in Mecca indeed you let us win over him. Surely you join over him the blood ties the relationship with Milan Keller and UK alcohol, the burden or the person who is dependent. We have learned earlier over who are Khaldoon ala Mola, who insert an example of a man who is completely dependent on his pastor. So alcohol is someone who is completely dependent on the other what taxable and you earn Elmira Duma, the deprived or the non

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existent with Dockery and you give hospitable reception to who obey for the guest what to do, and you assist you help Allah upon nowhere, advocates and help of the truth or Noah calamities, do meanings of Noah calamities and secondly advocates a heck of the truth inshallah I will tell you about the meanings later funtana caught then she went V with him who Khadija to had that until at that V she came with him and he brought him to who was Nakata, Waka ignatova, the son of Nova even acid even Abdullah Rosa, who was this person, if Nami heard each other, he was the son of the paternal uncle of a digital Donna. In other words, he was her cousin Wakanda and he was Imran Amen.

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But in fact, then of sorrow, he embraced Christianity when Phil J. Hillier in the time of ignorance, and what is generally referred to pre Islamic period. Well, Canada and he was Yakubu he used to write al Qaeda, but the writing al Qaeda over here doesn't mean book, but it means writing. So he used to write what an Arab Ronnie Hebrew he was able to write Hebrew language. So he had embraced Christianity and he could also write Hebrew language fact to say he would write meaning NGO of the Injeel. How billary bryonia. In Hebrew he would write in jail the gospel in Hebrew. And what would he write Masha? Allah, whatever Allah willed, and yet over that he would write. Notice our writing

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has been mentioned for Indian Why? Because the deal was not memorized. Like the Way Quran is memorized. It was just written for the Quran. People write it, people memorize it. Injeel was just written, not memorized. What can I say one and he was an old man shaken, an old man kabilang great meaning a very, very old man, to the point that caught the army and he had become blind. He was that old person may wonder, firstly decided that he could write Hebrew and then it said that he was blind. What does he mean by this? He used to write before and now at the point when Khadija went to him with Prophet sallallahu Sallam he was extremely old to the point that he could not even see but

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before he could write for corporate Lucha digital, do I need to translate these small small words? No. Okay. hamdulillah if you find any word difficult than asked me, so for califa Digital Khadija said to him, he

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Governor Romney or son of my uncle is smart. Listen, men from ebony Africa, the son of your brother, why does she say every Africa, your nephew was the prophets that allows him actually his nephew know? Why, just out of respect, because he was a very old man. So it's smart many, many Africa for carella, who Baraka Baraka said to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, you have an earthly method. Oh, my nephew. What did you see? For Baba hula su de la he said, Allahu alayhi wa sallam. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam informed him what hubiera the report Mara of what he saw, for part Allahu wa casaco said to him have enamels This is now moose, who is mammals and mammals literally means

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messenger, secret messenger of a solar cell. And lady The one who nwsl Allahu Allah Moosa that Allah sent to Musa la sala yeah latency or I wish fee her any other young man meaning Oh, I wish that I would be a young man when when your time comes to propagate this message. So yeah late and if he had other Oh, I wish that I would be a young man. A young fellow Layton I wish akuna I would be high and alive if you critical komak when your people would expel you for Cordova pseudo lies on a long run he was alone our mockery gee Yahoo will they expel me

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will well and mockery Julia mockery Julia is actually mercury gene and yeah, Mercury gene meaning one to expel Yeah, young with a column both together Mustafa la Mukherjee wants to expel me home they will they expel me on an arm he said yes, let me theology alone cotton, no man has ever come up Don't ever be Miss Lee similar to magic web, what you have come with inlet except the rudia he was treated with hostility rudia this is on the structure of Formula formula from more or that rudia from

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ala Odia except that he was treated with hostility. What in and if you drink me, it would perceive me meaning if I would be alive at that time when yo mocha your day. In other words, if I would be alive at that time, if your day would perceive me which day, the days when you are propagating the days when you are calling people so if only I would be alive at that time on soccer, I would help you know, run help, as zelan strong was around Hamza Yura who should be as three strength, so and so cannot run as zellen I would help you with assistance that is very strong, meaning I would fully support you. So Milan, lemon shop, he did not remain alive yanchep noon chamber, and it gives a

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meaning of law visa. So he did not remain alive. What aka to Raka and that to fear that he was recalled meaning he died well, further on why you and why he also subsided. So what aka A few days after this happened, he passed away. And you see let me uncheck it gives a meaning of that he did not remain alive to see anything of what he said, would happen to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, because at this time the Prophet sallallahu Sallam only received Nobu later on when he was told comb forenza It was then that he received the Salah. It was then that he became a messenger, then he was told to warn other people about it spread the message. So what occurred did not even remain alive.

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Until then he did not see anything of this. And then soon after the warfare warfare on wahoo and the way he also subsided and after that, where he came, and the second revelation is mentioned in the following headings which inshallah we will study next time, any questions? Any word that you missed? Any word, the meaning of which you do not catch? Yes. To warfare, he was recalled meaning he was taken in depth. In other words, he died. How do you purify your Nia? Good question. How do you purify your Nia What do you think? keep reminding yourself, then you will end up purifying your near.

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But how? That you keep the outcome in your mind that you constantly ask yourself, what do I want to I just want the praise of people? Do I just want to be someone who is remembered by people someone who is famous? Or do I want to just do I want to be successful in the hereafter? Do I want to be embarrassed in the hereafter? Do I want to be humiliated on the day of judgment? No. So I better fix this near and remember that this process is very, is constant which makes it difficult. But the only way is that you keep doing it. You keep telling yourself for example, somebody is not being good to you. When you are being good to them for the sake of Allah. You keep telling yourself every time

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they misbehave with you. I'm not doing it for them. I'm doing it for Allah. And when you want to say something to them harsh. Tell yourself

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Be quite, you're doing it for a lot. You're doing it for a lot. You're doing it for Allah, you know you have this internal conversation. You have to have that with yourself all the time in order to purify your intention. Okay, so panicle Levin will be humbucker Misha de la ilaha illa and Mr. felucca wanted to be like assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.