Taimiyyah Zubair – Bukhari 003 Revelation Hadith 3 4

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The Hades hold annual celebrations on Passover holidays, with the annual figures of the Cow being the figures of the Cow, and the annual figures of the Cow which are related to the Cow. The success of these celebrations is emphasized, along with the importance of practicing the Mahdi's teachings and avoiding sinful activities. The Hades hold annual celebrations on Passover holidays, with the annual figures of the Cow being the figures of the Cow, and the annual figures of the Cow which are related to the Cow, and the annual figures of the Cow which are related to the Cow.
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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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How are y'all doing?

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below him in a SharePoint rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim for bistrack he saw that he was certainly Emily

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Allahumma salli ala Mohammed in early Mohammedan can also later Allah Ibrahim Ibrahim in the Canadian Majeed Allahumma barik ala Mohammed and while Ali Mohammed in Coronavirus Tada Ibrahim Ibrahim in nikka hamidah Majeed. So did anyone try to memorize how to use number two? I didn't ask you to obviously, but did anyone try? Yeah, nobody, although the homework was not given to memorize the Hadees but you could still try to memorize the words of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam on this hobby asked him that gave a deacon what he How does he come to you? So his statement or his explanation? His answer are his words, right? So we could try to memorize them inshallah. Just a few

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things before we begin the lesson, first of all, when I tell you the translation, I give you the word to word, but inshallah From now on, I will be giving you the translation of phrases because of hamdulillah you have done word to word translation, but now it will be two or three words together, or two words together and forwards together depending on how a meeting is complete. So this should be a level ahead Inchon but this should be the next level because you should be able to understand the Arabic text because when you do word to Word, and what happened is that your understanding is broken as well. So anyway, for your homework, remember that this word to a translation This is what

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you have to revise or phrase by phrase translation, that's what you have to revise and review the translation for your homework, if not memorize the Hadith and also focus on the lessons what more lessons can we learn Okay, we'll begin from Hadith number three. I will read the Arabic once and then inshallah we'll move on to the meaning of the Hadees. I've given you the translation already.

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mcritchie Alanna on lundmark deodorant. Bella synergy de la odeya we're in your directly yermak on sort of penicillin mazarron so Melania and Shabbat aka to interfere with flatiron. We're here. Okay, let's move on to the explanation. You're having declared nature to us during a man Buhari, so you're having okay. He is the one who remember what he was learning from. And he said that a nice marriage to us from America. And he from even she had who's even she had it been Charizard he and he from Ottawa, Ignacio Bay, who is

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the nephew of I shall be learn her. So he narrated from our issue of the law on her and who she is the mother of the believers, that she said that the beginning of the revelation to Allah messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was in the form of good dreams in his sleep. One question, who is narrating about the beginning of the revelation? I share of the lohana When was the word he sent to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam the first time How old was he? Around 40 years of age. And it was 13 years before the hegira How old was I should have learned her then. She was not even born at that time. So I showed her is narrating about the first revelation about how the where he first began

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coming to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, she wasn't there. She never witnessed it. She never saw it. So how come she is narrating it?

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Okay, she must have heard from someone, okay, from a father or perhaps the Prophet sort of autism himself would have informed her, given that how much he loved her. And given how curious she wasn't how many questions you would ask the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Because there are people who try to negate the Hadith reject the Hadith. And these are the points to look at that look, I showed the learner was not even born at that time, according to you. And she's narrating she wasn't even there at that time. So this Hadees is not more so because remember that whenever a Sahabi notes, then we take it as that had these switches connected. It's not just like, although this hobby was not there,

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even though they did not witness it. But it's not possible that as a hobby would narrate something from their own imagination. No, they would narrate something that they have heard that they have learned that the question about or that they heard somebody else questioning about whatever they learned, that is what the narrative, so I should know they are in her. She narrated this hadith based on her knowledge, and how did she gain that knowledge either by asking the Prophet sallallahu Sallam or perhaps somebody else had informed her. Now what did she say over here? That Oh, my God, Avi Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in and where he, he or sorry? How? How did he begin to

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come to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam initially? How was it? A true dream Salah literally means good. And a good dream is understood as a as sadhika true dream? And what is the show to us that truehd dreams? What are they a type of way? And remember that none of them are he remains except to dreams that have these as well. And why is it that where he began with true dreams? Why?

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As a preparation for the Prophet sallallahu sallam, so that he could receive revelation and understand it in the state of wakefulness as well. So it began with dreams for the purpose of preparation. Then she says For kamalaya, in ledger at mitzvah falaka soap, he used to not see a dream except that it came true as clear as the morning light. What does it mean by this, that whatever he saw, in a dream came true. Whatever he saw in his sleep, he saw it eventually in real life as well, in a state of wakefulness as well. And how did it come true? as clear as the morning light? What is it mean by as clear as the morning light? The morning light? Is it obscure? Is it

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hidden? It's very obvious, it's very manifest. Similarly, the dreams of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, they would come true, in a very clear manner, they would appear doubtless just as morning light as darkness. Similarly, morning light, it clearly emerges, it clearly appears similarly, the dreams of the prophets of Islam, they will clearly emerge in reality they will clearly appear in reality. So Mr. Feller, what does it show the clarity in which his dreams would come true? That how they were free of any doubt, just as morning light is free of any doubt. And then similar Habiba la Hala. Then he was bestowed with the love of seclusion. He was bestowed with the love of seclusion

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and Hala Harlan. Notice the word Habiba. He was made to love what does it show that allows panatela put this love in his heart

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But he loved to be alone being far away from the people. Why is it that seclusion was made dear to him? Why was this as a preliminary step? Why is it that after the dreams came, where he directly? Why does he need to like seclusion? Why do you think so? institution what happens? When you're alone, you reflect what else you're able to concentrate, you're able to focus, but because when you're amongst people than what happens constantly, you're distracted. You're talking, you're witnessing things, you're discussing things, you're feeling things, you're interacting with people, when you're alone for some time, then you're able to focus and concentrate, and the Prophet

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sallallahu Sallam had to have this ability of being able to concentrate and focus very, very strong, in order for him to grasp the way he entertained the way because he had to fulfill a very, very important responsibility. What does it show to us, that if we want to retain the knowledge that we are gaining, and if we want to do something about it, then we need some time in which we are alone and secluded? We saw before he was given the Torah, where was he called? At the mountain? And how long did he stay there? 40 nights, and over there, he was alone. So this shows that it's very, very important that when we study how do we study, how, when we're alone, because if we're being

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distracted constantly, then First of all, it will take much longer to study. And secondly, you will not be able to benefit as much from the time and the effort that is put in those you says what kind of Yes, no. In fact, 100 Sufi he, he used to go into seclusion in the cave of Hara. And what would he do in the case of Hara he would do the harness in it. And what is the harness? But it is the output? How long would he do this? 204 and laelia many nights, how many there are a number of nights albula and Nzr, either early before returning to his family. Now what do we see over here? That for seclusion? The Prophet sallallahu wasallam What did he choose? Which place Did you select the Cave

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of Hira? He did not select his house or room in his house? No. The cave of Hira? Why? Because he would be far away from people far away from even hearing the people even seeing what's going on. Because if you are in a house in a room in a building, then what happens? Somebody could come and knock at the door. Somebody could pass by saying something and you happen to hear, isn't it so? So he selected a place that was completely secluded, completely secluded, and the scale of Hara? Where is it? It's in Germany. It's in the mountain of light. And this mountain is extremely tall. It's very huge. Have you seen it?

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Has anyone actually gone to give up? Hello? Yeah. How is it? How is the trip how's the hike afternoon, it's very difficult. But hike the climb up to the cave of Hara in that mountain is first of all very long. And secondly, very strenuous. It's very difficult. It's not easy. Now they have paved the way they have made the steps. Perhaps this is more recent. But this just tells us that how more difficult it was with the Prophet sallallaahu Selim to go up that mountain. So this is why some people have said that just the fact that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam would go up that mountain and stay in that cave, for several days itself is a sign that what was going on, or the Prophet

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sallallahu Sallam is not an ordinary man, because it's not possible for an ordinary man to climb up that mountain and go up to that cave, every now and then regularly and stay in that cave and do the handles all alone by himself. A person with an ordinary heart cannot do that. A person with ordinary strength cannot do that.

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There are many huge boulders and you have to squeeze through them. So it shows a lot of depth as well.

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Exactly physical strength that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam possessed.

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So this is why some people have said that this was also a necessary step. preliminary step of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had to dig before the first revelation came to him what going up to the Mount hero? Because if you think about it, any ordinary person going up to a mountain in a cave, staying there, you would wonder is there something wrong with him, right. But this was a part of his training before he actually received Prophethood because through this, he was getting two things. First of all, tore by the knee. And secondly, shujaa cobija

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mean physical strength, and we have learned earlier how heavy the war he was, how heavy they were, he was any ordinary person would not be able to receive what he unless and until they have the strength and the profits that Allison was given this physical strength through this

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Practice. And secondly, shujaa cobija, the bravery of his heart, that is also what he possessed. Because staying alone at night over there is very frightening. Just imagine you're in the middle of the desert, in a mountain in a cave. It must be very scary, but he was not afraid. He will not afraid at all. So, this shows that Allah subhanaw taala his help was with him. Allah subhanaw taala assistance was with him. And it wasn't that he was doing this out of his own desire, no Habiba Allah He was made to love all of this, Allah subhanaw taala made him an icon of this and allocate what would he do for the handlers who fee you have to handle. So, it has been said what what output is

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the output, whoever said this that what what output, but even she had his degree, he is the one who specified this meaning and specifying the meaning or giving a meaning of a particular word in the matter of the Hadees is known as it Raj. And if del la Elif Jean, when a narrative adds something into the matter. And why is it that a narrator would add something into the method to clarify so that a person does not confused, because when you look at the way the other hand, so it's from the word the hundreds and hundreds could be understood as to indulge in hence and hence is a major sin. But over here 200 does not mean that what does the homeless mean? It is a liminal. Hence, it is to

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stay away from Hades to stay away from sin. And staying away from sin means worshipping Allah, because other remember includes two things doing what Allah has commanded, and staying away from what he has forbidden. So when a person is staying away from hence, then what is it Oh, he is in a state of worship. So this is one of the hundreds means that our birth

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and if you think about it, the prophets are allowed to settle in he was in seclusion. He was away from that sinful society. He was away from those sinful people. in Makkah, what was going on shook so many crimes, so many sins were rampant. So when he stayed away from there, and when he was in the cave, he was practicing the handles meaning the output to practice piety.

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Others have said that the word yet the hum method, it was ultimately narrated as he had to have enough yet the hand metal yet the hand metal. So the handles is from hands and the hands This is from hanifa Ibrahim al Islam Who was he? Hanif and it's understood as honey fear is known as a religion of it for him or his salon. So, he will practice the hang of meaning you will practice the religion of Ibrahim Raisa. Now the question is that in the cave, how is it that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam did worship? How did he do it? Was it Ilham? Allah subhanaw taala inspired something to him? And he did that? Or is it that he practiced what remained of the practices of his

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Marita, Islam, Ibrahim or Islam amongst the Arabs? Or was it according to fitrah among them, but remember that all of this is possible, it's quite possible that a lot of parents are inspired to him as to how to worship Allah. Similarly, it's quite possible that he knew some ways in which the learner felt would worship have lost a penalty. So you would do that alone him but whatever the case, whatever he was doing, he was doing it in order to gain the courage of Allah subhanaw taala.

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Whatever he was doing, he was doing it why in order to come closer to Allah subhanaw taala. And it said, that he would do to avoid in the cave for how long am I earlier the word till or that a number of nights? How many nights? It is said that the spirit of seclusion would be one month? So how long would he stay in the cave for one month, and especially in the month of Ramadan?

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Especially in the month of Ramadan, he would go up to the cave, and he would stay there for the entire month. And then he would go back then I should have been ordinariates. The summer Do you know Khadija deservedly may see her had their journal hepco wahoo. Have you heard a hero in that he will take the provision with him for that retreat, he would come home he would take provision and then he would go back to where the cave and then again, he would prepare his provisions for another similar retreat until the truth descended upon him while he was in the cave of Hara. What does it show to us that this was his usual practice. This was his usual practice. And remember Habiba la Hala Habiba

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means what he was, he loved it when you love something, you end up doing it again and again. So this shows to us that this was a regular practice of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that he would go to the cave for a retreat, he would stay there. And every now and then he would come back home, gather up his provisions and return to the cave. And then he said

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Until the truth descended upon him while he was in the cave of head on what does the Hulk refer to the truth? The truth refers to Revelation.

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And in another version of this Hades, which is also reported in the body, in the book of death. See, it has mentioned until the truth came to him suddenly, over here, it's just mentioned had the general hook over there, it's mentioned suddenly. So how is it that the revelation came to him fudger a whole melaku for Karla a call man and I Bukhari. So the angel came to him and said read and the Prophet sallallahu Sana replied, I cannot read Who is this angel gibreel jabril is not mentioned the name isn't mentioned. But al Malik, this L is of our the Whitney this, that when it's understood, so it's understood that the angel who brings revelation came and that is up. And what

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did he say to the Prophet sort of artisan breed? And the prophets are a lot different response was my antibiotic, I do not read. What does it mean by this man and I Bukhari

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that I am not at all a reciter I am not one of those people who read, I am not one of those people who recite. Why did he say that? Because he was an only he could not read he could not write. So he said Matt and I will call it I am not of those people who read. So what happened? For conagra carnamah and I Bukhari cada the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, for her journey for her, Tony had a bit of a menial job, that the angel grabbed me and pressed me so hard that I could not bear it anymore. What does it mean by this that the angel sees me grabbed me and electron he pressed me, meaning the angel envelops him and squeezed him to the point of almost suffocating him, because he

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said hotevilla menial jobs until it became unbearable for me it became very difficult for me. So it was as though he suffocated him. The question is why?

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Why is it that the angel had to squeeze him and press him to the point of almost suffocating him? Why was it necessary? Could the Angela just appear before him? Like he appeared before Maria? Hmm. And say that in the rasulillah, I am the messenger of Allah to you, I am the angel who has been sent to you to bring revelation to you, could that not be done? Why is it that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had to be pressed that when you feel the stress, the physical strain in a situation and what happens is that your energy level it goes higher, you become more alert isn't until you become more sharp. When you're experiencing difficulty when you're experiencing pain. We have discussed this

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point earlier as well. That your mind becomes sharper, your senses become very sharp, you begin to perceive things which you would neglect otherwise. So this is why and also we see that physical contact would ensure the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that this was a reality. What he was experiencing wasn't reality. It was not just, you know, some words that he was hearing. Because if you hear words, and you don't see the person, you could doubt yourself that maybe it's just my imagination is an utter that perhaps I'm just hallucinating. But if you hear and you feel something touches you, then you know that what you're experiencing is real. It's not just your imagination. So he had to

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feel this experience as a reality. He had to perceive it as a reality. And then we're having the angel summer of 74 for color equal to Matt and I will call it for hardening for pony Sania Hector Bella minion Giada salani for color equal to ma Anna because

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he then released me and again asked me to read and I replied, I cannot read. Thereupon, he grabbed me again and pressed me a second time until I could not bear it anymore. He then released me and again asked me to read but again I replied, I cannot read. Thereupon, he grabbed me for the third time and pressed me and then released me and said, if this neuropsychology Holla Holla can insulinomas Allah

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occur that read in the name of your Lord who has created He has created man from a cloud read and your Lord is the Most Generous? What do you see over here? that had happened three times, that thrice the angel said to him read thrice He replied, I cannot retrace he grabbed him and pressed him to the point that he felt suffocated. Why was this done? Same reason right? To make him feel it as a reality to make them perceive it as reality. It didn't just happen one and you see it every time the end of tattooing read, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, I cannot read. I am not one who reads so repeatedly as it was being certain that you have to read you have to read and look at the revelation

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it read how this will be

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calorie Holic not with your own ability, not with your own strength, not with your own capability but rather with the might and power of your Lord and His assistance. A crop this may not be calorie haluk What is this show to us? The first way that this will be calorie Holic read with the mind and power of your Lord, his insistence that a person cannot gain knowledge, a person cannot do much except with the help of a loss.

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You might think that you're unable to do something, you may think that you're completely incapable. It's not within your ability, you don't have the skill. But remember that whenever you're doing something for a loss upon authority, when you're doing something in obedience to a loss of data, you're not doing it only relying on yourself. You cannot do it just with your own ability. You need the help of a masa Panthera. And this is the first lesson, first lesson that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was given Bismillah

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not by your own power, but by the power of the one who created you.

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And this is the beauty of our religion that we see. For example, when we are trying to learn when we are trying to study the deen a person I think I cannot memorize. Many times when I ask people how is this course going? They say, you know, I'm finding it a bit difficult to memorize from my memory. Yes, may Allah subhanaw taala strengthen your memory. But you must remember that it's not just your ability, you can only do this with the help of Amba. So ask Allah to improve your memory as a lead to strengthen your ability to recite, strengthen your ability to retain what you have learned, give you the ability to understand complicated things, complicated matters as well. So this will become

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the Hallmark and look at the fish reputation that Allah subhanaw taala begins with the mention of Carlos and Mary hanok.

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A crumb, his Ruby and the great favor of Allah upon of what Olivia lemma will follow. And in this Hadees obviously, only the first three either mentioned, but we know that the first revelation was how many I have sort of a look, the first five, then what happened for grbl Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a year

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that allows messenger returned with the inspiration and with his heart beating severely yelled Ufu do it was beating severely. What does he mean by this? It was beating severely. It shows the effect of the warhead on him. And it shows the strain, the difficulty that he experienced in receiving the first revolution and how he was also afraid, because when is it that your heart moves like this? When when you are afraid when you're exhausted? So you have to do i do shows the effect of the strain that he experienced in receiving the first revelation. And this is why when he went home What did he say? Cover me for the

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oil is in for call Zan, Milani, Milani. Then he went to the toilet meeting his wife and he said Cover me cover me. So what happened for the maneuver?

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They covered him until fear was over. And then for quarterly Khadija da hora el hombre. And after that he told her everything that had happened, he said it Nika. shito infc. I fear for myself in New hoshido and NFC, what do you see over here? What are some of the lessons that we can learn from this? How the prophets are about us, and I went home, and he asked to be covered, and collegial the downhill, she covered him. And then after that, he informed her everything. He told her about everything. And then he said, I fear for myself. Just picture this entire incident. What comes to your mind?

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But how could he tell the gardener comforted him? How she comforted him. And this is the role of a wife. This is the responsibility of the wife, and both the spouses. This is the responsibility of a Muslim, a believer that when he sees another person worried and concerned, what do we do? Generally, what happens is, we want to ask the other person what happened, we don't wait for them to tell us. And when we asked them what happened, it's quite possible. They don't want to tell you, right? For example, if you see that somebody is worried, what do we say What happened? Instead, you could ask, everything's okay. Can I do something for you? You want to share something with me? You're telling

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me something, when we're asking them what happened? The other person might become a bit, you know, why are you asking me? Who are you to ask me, isn't it and also we see that how she comforted the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that when he said Cover me, she covered him, and she waited for him to come down. She waited for you to inform her. And this is something that we all should do as well that whenever we see someone in panic

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First of all, don't just ignore them. She paid attention to him later what happens, husband walks in he stands he's worried, he put negativity to yourself, I'm very tired. I don't have time to hear all of your stories, know, if they want to share something with you let them and if they're seeking advice, give them if they want to relax, make them relax. So we see this beautiful characteristic in her digital arena. And then the graphics are allotted to them after telling her everything What did he say, in the flashy to rlfc? I feel for myself, what was his fear? This could be fear of death. This could be fear of genuine, this could be fear of some illness. And why is it that the Prophet

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sallallahu Sallam was so afraid? Why do you think so? Because the revelation was very difficult.

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Just imagine, the angel grabbed him to the point that he could not bear it anymore. And this happened three times. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was so afraid he felt he was going to die.

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Obviously, we learn from the Quran, that if the Quran was revealed in a mountain, what would happen to that mountain? It would crumble up to the fear of Allah, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was a human being he was a Bashar. So, obviously, what he experienced was very difficult upon him and this is why he said what he said that I fear for myself. He was genuinely afraid. He was genuinely frightened. So

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what was her response for corporate level Khadija to color? No way. Never it's not possible. Meaning don't fear will now he may, Allah whoever the in Nikola Tesla.

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Can. Taxi will Maradona, water, wave water in your island away? He will have? She replied never. By Allah, Allah will never disgrace you. Why? Because you keep good relations with your kith and kill. You benefit the poor and the destitute. You serve your guests generously and assist the deserving calamity afflicted once we see over here. Khadija was a very brave woman. She didn't freak out. She didn't get frightened. She didn't show any worry. She showed concern. However, she also showed a lot of bravery. That way, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was afraid that something was going to happen to her. She says No way. It's not possible that something bad would happen to you? Why would she say

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something like this? Put yourself in that situation? When do you think that something bad is going on? Won't you think like that, that perhaps some danger is coming up something terrible is gonna happen in the future. Any person will feel like this. But harbinger of the line her. Her response shows her intelligence. It shows her intelligence and it shows how well she knew the profit sort of autism and how much he was unfaithful. How that she proves that what just happened is a blessing of Allah, and it cannot be anything harmful. Why? Because of these good qualities you have. Because of these good qualities, you have a person who has these qualities, who is he a righteous person, and a

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righteous person or not will only bless him, even if on the outward it appears to be something otherwise. A person who is righteous Allah will only bless him. Even if on the outward, it appears to be otherwise, you understand that? You don't like to say a blessing in disguise. So apparently it may seem like it's something very harmful, but in reality, it's a huge blessing. So what happened is a blessing it cannot be something dangerous or harmful. This is not a punishment. This is in fact a blessing. Because of these qualities that you have, because the justice of Allah subhanaw taala How is it that the one who is righteous The one who is good, Allah subhanaw taala will facilitate good

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for him and the person who is otherwise Allah subhanaw taala will facilitate misguidance for him. What do we learn for a moment our Dakota or South Dakota hustler? Fasten your seat

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belt on the other hand.

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So, Khadija, the Learn how it shows how intelligent she was, how much she was unfit. And how well she knew the profits are a lot is that when she saw these traits in him, she said it's not possible that along with degrade you, it's not possible that Allah would humiliate you, he will cause you to grieve because you possess these noble traits. And it's only natural that Allah subhanaw taala will bless you with more. Now, how does she describe the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? She describes the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as first of all in Mecca, let us say over him, indeed you join the relations. So if you join our relations, what does it mean? You're doing something good when you're

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doing something that Allah will only Bless you. He will not punish you. He will only Bless you. What is it sure that it's in the front row of people. That man was one of our him was

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the one who joins relations amongst the panel terrible also. Bless him. Secondly, she says whatever

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Middle Cal, and UK the curl. What is this word can mean tell is from the ruthless calf lamb lamb and sort of the NACA we learn, well who are cannon, Allah Mola, who, and he is completely dependent on his master, who is Kyle. Kyle is someone who is completely dependent on others, he cannot stand on his own, he cannot play himself, he cannot bear his own burden. So what does he do? He completely relies on hold on other people, other people have to carry him. This could be in the physical sense in the tangible sense as well as in the intangible sense, in the tangible sense. Like, for example, a person is very poor, he's unable to provide for himself, so he is dependent on others, other

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people financially support him, you understand so many UK the meaning you help the dependent people how, financially that they completely depend on you for financial aid and assistance. And in the intangible sense that if a person does not have any strength to do something to take care of themselves, then you take care of them. And there were many people in Makkah, many people like for example, many orphans, even right now family, but who will look after them? The Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So, can you completely carry the can the person who is dependent, and you see carrying someone, what is it show, it shows that the one who is carrying is bearing hardship isn't it'll

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carry the burden entails varying hardship, it means that a person is fully supporting phase sponsoring the other. So what that means this is a very normal characteristic. And we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam before Prophethood, and after Prophethood he was like this, that he would help other people to great extent.

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If we have to go out of our way to help someone, we feel bad for ourselves. What do we think that they're depending on us too much, and they're taking advantage of us? The prophets or Alyssa was literally as if carrying other people who would not stand on their own feet. He was very, very generous. He was very, very helpful. He was very, very cooperative, that if you look at the background of the profit sort of RSM, he was himself an orphan, isn't it. So he grew up as an orphan, and then later, up until he made a digit of the darn hurt, he suffered a lot of financial difficulty as well. But we see that still he went out of his way to help other people. And this is

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why they did or they learn how also married him, isn't it? But what do we do? We present excuses, I cannot do this, because it's such and such reason I cannot help them because of this. And this reason. The fact is that when you help other people a lot will help you. When you are busy trying to help other people, a lot will help you a lot will take care of your affairs. Don't think everything is in your hands, you're supposed to what you can do, and Allah will make everything possible. So what that means to you carry, the one who is completely dependent UK, the burden gun is also understood as burden. So UK burden Britain, other people mean the burden that they cannot carry

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themselves, you carry it for them by for digital, they learn how she was a woman, she was a businesswoman, but she could not go on trade journeys herself. So the Prophet sallallaahu salam took responsibility of that, and he would travel for her, isn't it so, so a terminal can. And this also shows the generosity of the prophets of Allah Salah that how generous he was that he would financially support other people fully, completely, he would spend like the one who does not fear poverty, and we think twice before giving even a gift that we can easily afford sometimes. So he would give like a person who does not fear any poverty. And we know that once a prophet sallallahu

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Sallam gave a man, so many sheep, so many animals that had covered the entire valley. So he was very, very generous with Tamika 30. She says, What taxable matter do what taxable Mara do taxable is from Casper and Casper is to earn to acquire and what is Margo Margulies from newsletters Is that me and Martin is that which is missing? That which is absent that which is not there. And the word Maradona has been understood in a number of ways, which is why you might see a variation in translation. First of all, it is said that martyrdom is the one who is deprived meaning the one who doesn't have anything because Adam is when something is non existent. It's not there. So Mr. Doom is

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the one who doesn't have anything. His hands are empty. He doesn't have any money. He doesn't have anything. So taxable Metrodome. What do you mean by this? You earn the martyrdom meaning you earn for him, the one who has nothing you earn for him, you earn for him and you provide him the the one who has completely deprived you earned for his sake. We can also understand that taxable mark, do you earn the deprived people? What does it mean by that, that you earned

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They love, you earn their respect and you earn their friendship. Many times. We want respect. We want friendship, we want support. But we don't get it. Even if we spend a lot of money on other people, how do you really earn other people's sincerity and the friendship and their love by helping them is in the Quran, what has been said, that low unfuck the level of the Jumeirah, if you had spent everything in the earth, you would not have been able to earn the love of the people, it would be impossible. So this is why the blessing of Allah subhanaw taala, it's not done by money. It's done by helping people which is indeed a blessing of Allah. So taxable model, then it has also been

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said, that meridian is that which is not there. So that which people cannot earn in terms of reward. So taxable model, you earn that reward, you avail that opportunity, which other people don't see, you find an opportunity, and you benefit from that. Other people are deprived of that reward margin, but you earned it, you understand that there is an opportunity. Other people are completely deprived of its reward, but you earn its reward, how did you avail that opportunity? Many times it happens that there is something to be done, and what do we say somebody will do it, other people will do it. I don't have to do it. It's not an obligation. It's not a homework. But there's other people who,

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even if it's not a homework, even if it's not their duty, even if somebody else can do it, they will do it. So taxable martyrdom, you avail opportunities. There is also been said, that taxable model means that just as other people, they aspire worldly benefit, you aspire and wish to benefit. How by helping the poor by helping those people who are needy. So Marlene is the one who is needy, so taxable, that's what you earned. That's what you're after. gasp, that a person is putting in effort. He's aspiring for something. So people are aspiring for wealth for money for fame. But what are you going after the people who are deprived, the people who are deprived, nobody even looks at them,

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nobody pays any attention to them, you pay attention to them, you are aspiring to help them to benefit them. And there are many other meanings as well. So taxable martyr do do words for turbo found, then the next thing is what can I buy, if decrepit by that you give hospitable reception to the guests that carry? What does it mean to give hospital reception and a brief the guest and we see that this was the habit of the Prophet sallallahu even before Prophethood he was like this before, as well as after. And this is a very, very noble characteristic. We see that Ibrahim or Islam he also was very hospitable towards the guests that came to him.

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Then what you're in your eyeliner where he will have a new help you assess to a new Allah upon the way it will help. What is the mean by nowhere it will help. This has been understood in a number of ways as well. First of all, if you look at the word mela, you know why is from newletters noon Well, the

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noon well, but it is said that it is a plural of net Eva net Eva, and what is net Eva, it is a calamity, a disaster, never, you know literally is to go around. So it's a calamity that comes suddenly. So nowhere it will help What does it mean by this? It means the calamities that people suffer in the way of

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the calamities that people suffer in the way of truth that a person is true, he is innocent, but yet he is accused of committing a crime for example, so you help them you assist them. So, the truth you support it, whether you know Allah, Noah, it will help that a person suffers from a difficulty from a calamity. Although he is right, although he committed no crime, although he is not guilty. by for example, a person is accused of committing murder when he never committed murder. So he is innocent. So he will support these innocent people. The Prophet sallallahu wasallam water in Orlando it will have another meaning has been given off Noah it will help and that is nowhere close enough man who

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is not a not a Will Ferrell net representative. So in a way will help meaning the matters of truth that people represent that people advocate. People advocate many things. Sometimes they are just sometimes they're unjust. Sometimes they're right, sometimes they're wrong. What do you support? Who do you support those who are advocating that which is right. For example, the incident of hateful football, the profits or loss

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Islam support that. Yes he did. And even after profited What did he say that if something like this happens today, I will do it I will support it. So the truth that people advocate you support that and if it's something otherwise something better that people are advocating, you don't support that you don't cooperate in that what are in your Allah? Number

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two, these are the noble traits of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam possessed that her digital designer described him with what are they let's go over them again. That in Mecca, La Silla Rahim watashi,

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WA taxable Meridian, what Taka wave, what are in new Atlanta where he will help you have these amazing qualities. And because you possess these qualities, Allah will only bless you with God. So what has happened is not something bad. It's definitely a blessing, very strong language. And they're so deep, isn't it? So these words are so deep, and they have so many multiple meanings as overtures. How eloquent Khadija did on her was that in one description, she is describing him in so many different ways. When it says though she's covered so many different aspects of his personality, his sense of responsibility, his affection towards other people, his integrity, the way he was so

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honest and truthful. All of these qualities are combined within these qualities. She didn't say, Why do you go out there in the cave? You leave us alone over here and then you go out there stay with us? Stay out of trouble, I told you so nothing like that. Look at how she supported the Prophet sallallahu Sallam may have Zico, Aveda, and she's praising him praising him. What is this show how much she loved the Prophet said a lot. Because you can only say such things to a person when you really feel it. And if it comes out in a situation like this in a situation of fear, like such praise coming out of your mouth that shows that you genuinely love them. You really know them.

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You're genuinely concerned about them. That Look at the beautiful words that she selected for the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to comfort him. Do praise Him. She's not exaggerating in her prayers either. She's not saying oh, no, no, don't worry, everything will be fine. Everything will be fine. Look at the words the words that she selected. Then what happened? From 10 o'clock the jihadi Jetta had uttered the word Katana Nova Livni acid near Dela Rosa, so habitually rather than talking to her cousin, who was he what acaba nofal. Even acid even after Rosa and this man was ignoring me Khadija Tommy the cousin of a digital Randhawa canon, Katana sofija helliya he was a man who had embraced

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Christianity in the time of Jamelia in the pre Islamic period of ignorance. What kind of here to work it out with Rania, and he would write in Hebrew made us able to write in Hebrew and what would he write for a minute in G, he would write the gospel in what language believe Rania T, how much would he write Masha Allah who and yet, as much as Allah enabled him to write, and he was so old by this point, that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when he went to him, what kind of shaken comunicado me he had become blind, he had lost his eyesight. Now,

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even though he had a Makita, he had knowledge of the book, which book is this? the Injeel the gospel, and he was a Christian, but remember that at that time, Christianity was not the way it is. Now, it was in a pure form, not the purest form, but in a pure form by then, obviously, many, many alterations had been made, but still was much better compared to how it is today, which is why inshallah we will learn in the incident of your con as well. That how when the letter was sent to him, how he also knew that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was indeed the last prophet. So he was a Christian man, but we cannot compare him to the Christians of today, because there are some people

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who will say, No, he went to a Christian. So you Muslims should also go to Christians know the Christians are today, the Christians of that time, there is a huge difference. Huge difference. He has an on the other hand, he was a very knowledgeable man. He was a scholar of Christianity, because he would write Hebrew, he would write the book. Now this man, he is a cousin of Khadija, the learner which means he was an Arab. He was from Makkah, how did he become a Christian? How is he a Christian? Because we know that the arrows are machine? Yes, right? That the way those people who became tired of polytheism have shared amongst them where they even fail. So these people, amongst

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them was also what occurred when they got tired of polytheism plotinus and board, but they knew that this was not right. They knew it did not make sense for the left NACA, and they traveled towards a sham, the area of Palestine, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, and other places, searching about different religions. And this shows to us that this has been the truth, you know, people search for and this is a practice of the very beginning, that at that time, also people were searching for truth, and cell modifiers IE search for truth as well. And even today, there are so many people who leave their homes leave their countries in search of truth. They go to one country or another country.

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And eventually they find something. So what? What appealed to him was Christianity. So he became a Christian. And he met different monks. And he remained with them, he learned with them. And then he came to America and he stayed there. But even then over there, he would practice Christianity. So this man, he had knowledge of the Injeel. And the knowledge of the gospel, and the gospel, what they knew was given by whom Allah subhanaw taala. And this also shows to us, that the machine, as well as an Asana, they believed in the same Allah, you understand, because her teacher of the line has she to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to a Christian man. Why? Because they shared their faith, some way

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or the other. And what was that they believed in the same God? Because some people argue today, that no, the God that you believe in is not the same as the God that Christians believe in, have lost data is the same Christians believe in him and we also believe in the same Allah. So anyway, when it came to that man, she said to her, that listen to the story of your nephew or my cousin, and when asked, oh, my nephew, what have you seen so much messenger. So a lot of them informed him of what he had seen and what I said this is the same one who keeps the secrets whom Allah has sent to Moses meaning the same animals who went to Musa alayhis salaam as well. Now Khadija, rather than her, she

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introduced the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as the nephew of what was he actually his nephew, because she said, the only smart minute and he was he actually the son of his brother. No, this was just out of respect. So what I said What did you see? So the profits are about a sermon find him and what his response was, had an musou ludy kneser Allahu Allah Moosa. This is the same numbers that Allah had sent to musasa What does this word memos mean? memos means of a soul of set secret messenger. The one will ascend secretly, so that others don't find out about it? Who sends it, the king? But how does the king send him secretly, and he goes secretly, in disguise, that other people don't figure

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out that he is the messenger of the king. It is also said that mammals is the secret keeper of the king, the one who keeps a secret of the king. But there are good secrets, not bad secrets, like the king, for example, the shooting is people know, it's always good secrets, that Namu skips. So why is gibreel described as mammals? Because he was a messenger of the King of all kings, Allah subhanaw taala. And how did he come as a messenger? And how did he come secretly the secret messenger of solace. So he said, this is the seal memos that was sent to musasa as well, meaning Allah subhanaw taala has sent a message to you as well, just as he sent message to insert Islam just as he sent

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message to various artists.

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And then he says, Yeah, later on, if he had other late any akuna Hagen if you critical komak or I wish that I was young, and I would be alive when your people will drive you out. Why did he say this that your people will drive you out? This was out of his ferocity out of his sharpness his farsightedness that workers had this because the incident of the prophets of Allah Salaam told him he knew that he had come to him when he became king. This means that the prophets or thoreson was made a messenger when he's received Prophet he will have to conveyed he will have to call people to this message, when he will call people to this message. Will the people accept they will not accept

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because this has been the way from the very beginning, isn't it? So masala Islam was rejected by frown. Similarly, you saw you said I was also rejected by the Bundesliga. So this has been the tradition this has been the custom. This shows how well work on you the kita and how well he understood. So he said that, I wish I will be there when your people will turn you out. When your people will turn you out. And I would support you. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam asked him Allah mockridge is your home? Will they actually expel me? Will they actually drive me out? And he said, Of course now, let me tell you the magic de la Odia. No one ever came with what you have brought

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except that he was treated with hostility. People opposed him. Because every messenger was opposed by the people. Because what the messenger is bringing is something that people don't want to do, which is why they have left it and the messenger. Usually what does it tell the people to do that which contradicts their present ways. So this is why the people were hostile towards the messengers that were sent to them and work on you that the machine of Makkah will also be hostile to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So then he shows his support, that we're in New York on sakana sama zone, if I need your day, meaning if I'm alive on that day, then I will help you I will assist you. So

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millennia and shabaka to undo fear was

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Anwar he his willingness to support the Prophet sallallahu sallam, what is that show that was believed in the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And it is said that this is the reason why Rocco was the first believer in the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is number one. And afterwards when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was told to warn the people, that is when he received a Salah, and when he invited the people who was the first one, he called Abubakar and Abubakar, the guy who became a Muslim at that, so but the willingness that Baraka showed the shows that he was a believer, and why is if the prophets are a lot of sudden was surprised, when what I told him that you people will expel you, he

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said, Our mostly Junior, why was he surprised? Given the noble qualities of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam possessed, everyone had great respect for him, the poor, the needy, the men, the women, the elite, everyone had great respect for him, which is why he was surprised that people will actually expel me they will drive me out of here, given the tribal culture that people had in that society, that if somebody is from your tribe, you support them no matter what they do, no matter what they say. So this is why he was surprised that it will go to such an extent that people will expel you they will not even let me stay in the locker, they will expel me from Mecca. So this is where he was

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surprised. And what he comforted him that yes, of course, this will happen. But if I'm there, I will definitely aid you and support you. But what happened he did not remain alive for too long that he died and will further on we're here and the way he also stopped for some time. What does it mean by this whole pattern over here? That for some time the where he did not come? It did not come? Why is it that he did not come for some time? Why do you think so? For him to regain his strength so that he could receive more where he okay what else to be mentally prepared for more remember that he was frightened when he first meant to be, he was afraid to overcome his fear to relax. Because when

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you're afraid of something or someone if you meet them too soon, if you're in that situation again too soon, your fear will increase, isn't it? But if some time is given, then you think about it, you reflect over it and especially after the conversation you had with water and what happens you tend to relax a bit isn't until you're more prepared to face it in the future, that it increases your desire. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when he did not receive where he for some time, it definitely increased in his yearning to receive more way the next hobbies number four is connected with this Heidi's

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number four is connected with her this number three color blue she haven't even she has said whose image she has even she have azuri if you look at her this number three had done I have no clue. Kaden color had done a lace on record in an evening she has been saving she is actually one of the narrators. So it will she have in addition to this Hadees he also narrated this piece of information this narration he also narrated so she haven't watched it even she hadn't heard that will avoid any

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of the vermin a new journey of delay I'm sorry you're all over your head these are unfair throttle huashi that jabiru I'm sorry, he said when while he was narrating you had this issue about fat throttle

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if you notice the end of the previous Heidi's were fed on you that's how it ended. And in this Heidi's has mentioned about fat throttle. So whenever you have this unfair throttle where he kinda he said, who said gentlemen of the load? I'm sorry, if you heard this he in his Hadees who's heard this in his speech while he was narrating. So he narrated what the prophet sallallaahu Selim said, What did he say? That bainer bainer What does it mean? It means while once

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in a while, once when I was walking is Sameera to Sultan is when Samir to I heard Sultan a voice minister he from the sky for Farah to boss sorry, so I raised my site. Why in order to look up because he heard the sound coming from the sky for evil Melaka lovey journey behavoir in so suddenly, the angel who had come to me at Hara the same Angel was journalisten Allah cusine sitting on a call to see where Bama Silla he will have between the sky and the earth in midair. That's where the angel was for it to mean who so I was afraid of him I was terrified of him falling out with you. So I returned returned way home for all too so I said zombie loony Cover me cover me. For under

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Allahu to Allah. Then Allah tala he revealed. Yeah as you helma death it comes in a

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certain way destined to be

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Getting outward revealed. And then for him, yeah, so it became hot Kamiya literally to become hot. What allow you the revelation, whatever? What does he mean by this for hmil? What are you, whatever, honey and what are you? Meaning Aria, it became strong, it began coming strongly and treatable. or in another narrative in your book, it has said the word or both words are narrative that are anti wetherill. What does it mean? That the kathira it began coming a lot, it increased in its frequency. So it began coming strongly and more frequently, without any gap one after the other. For hmil what are you what are water or whatever? So this is the text of the Hadees. Remember, he adds to this

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durva who Abdullah hibben you suffer with Abu Saleh

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Abdullah ibn Yusuf and Silas de taba, who, whatever who Hillel of Nora dead in earnest. And Hillel, even with that, also Trevor who From who?

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What does it mean by this? Deborah, this is a proper term with Abba Dabba from the metabo inshallah, you will learn about this more in Hades, but just to tell you briefly about this devil metabo is when a man Buhari is basically adding, he is basically proving that his chain is strong, why, because there are other people also who have narrated the same Hadees there are other people also who have narrated the same Hadees Who are these other people have narrated the same parties of the live and use of and Abbasali of the live and use of and even they have narrated the same Hadees and they have narrated from who their respective teachers who are also in the chain of narration of Imam

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Bukhari and Hillel, even for that he has also narrated this hadith from who from Missouri. So where Iran Bukhari narrates from even Shahab azuri from there among Buhari narrates the chain comes to Mr. mcquarry. And it also comes to who Hillel even wrote that. In other words, he is mentioning three other chains over here by mentioning three people he's mentioning three other chains over here, that there are three other people also have narrated the same how these Why is he doing this? To show that this is a very strong harness. So he's mentioning different percentage over here. If you read the text, what does it say the variable so one from oblivion uses second from Abbasali and the third

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from Hillel him or dad from who, from Missouri meaning Hill, Alabama dad has also inherited this from Missouri. So there are three other chains that Heidi is mentioning in a very brief way. And inshallah we will see this more common in his book, we'll call the US who will not on and us and Mama, they have said, but where do the Where do meaning us and Mama in their version. They have narrated this hadith with the word but why do in which place in the place of? He's talking about the text of the Hadees? But why are you waiting in the place of the cult of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam we see over here. Now what does it mean by by Why do hobo added is a plural of bad era, and

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it's used for the area between your neck and shoulder. So he came back while his neck, lower neck and his shoulder they were young juphal they were also shaking. So in one version, what do we learn that his heart was? In the other version, we learned that his shoulder, his neck was shaking as if he was shuddering. Like when you are shuttering when you're shivering, he was so afraid that he was literally shuddering. He was that frightened? So in one version is the word for I do and another version, it's the word. But why do now let's look at the text of this hadith of this hadith that Mr. Buhari has joined with it. That Javelin Abdullah Al Ansari, he said, while he was narrating about

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the first letter where he that while the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was once walking, he heard a voice from the sky. He was walking, and he heard a voice from the sky. So he raised his gaze, he looked up and he saw the angel, the same Angel indictable. He was sitting over there in the sky. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam was frightened, and he went back home. And then the ayatollah revealed, what does it show to us that the second revelation was which one surah too much.

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The second revelation that came to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was Surah thermadata. And after that, they were he began coming regularly, it increased it started coming more strongly and more consistently, the frequency also increased. While he mentioned this over here, in addition to the previous Hardys

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What's the reason the previous high GCSE chose to us? This is how the where he began, because the Bible is what, however, he began coming to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So this Hadees tells us how initially it was through dreams. And then the prophet SAW the loss of love seclusion, and then eventually the angel appeared to him in the cave. What's the point of mentioning this, that the second revelation was Sumitomo data. And then after that, they were he began coming regularly. This is how the where he began. And it also shows that the prophets are a lot of them still had some fear. He still had some fear initially, but then that fear gradually dwindled away. The first time

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he was extremely frightened. Second time again, he was frightened. But then the * shows us that for him he and why he was the latter, that fear eventually went away, eventually dwindled away, or doesn't show that initially, a person may have some fear, you may find some difficulty, but then eventually, learning becomes easier.

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It becomes easier. So just because of that fear, should a person not even take the first step,

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the first step, try at least, and then decide whether you want to continue or not. But how can you be afraid of something that you haven't even tried? Because sometimes people say that, no, I cannot study this, I cannot take this course. Because it's too much, I cannot do it. Don't be afraid, try. Once you do it a few times, it will become easy. So revelation, it was difficult on him initially, but then gradually, it became easier upon him. Anything else you'd like to add? That we see the honesty of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that when the angel appeared to him, and he said to him read the Prophet sallallahu sallam, I'm not one who reads, that was his response. I'm not a reader.

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I'm not one of those people who recite. He was very honest about it. And we sometimes out of the fear of embarrassment or shame, we will sometimes lie to cover up our faults.

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Some have said that Matt and I, because it also means what should I read? When he was told he cannot read he said, Man, but this is a little far, the meaning that's more strong is that I am not one who reads I mean, even if you give me something to read, I'm not a reader. See, for the profits of a lot of what we learned from the Hadees is that he spent a number of nights in the cave of Hira and some have said that it was up to a month, and especially the month of Ramadan. So there will be 30 days and not 40. And for musasa, it was 40 days. So why is it that they had to go on the mountain and stay away from the people that the benefit we discussed earlier was for the purpose of seclusion, to

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develop the ability to concentrate, to focus and that's extremely important for the messengers.

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Anything else? That what have I been NOFA we see his greatness as well, that how when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came to him and told him about what had happened, look at the respect that what occurred to him, that I will help you, I will assist you because he recognized what the truth was. So this is the kind of humility that a person must have towards the truth, that knowledge should bring. He was knowledgeable and his knowledge made him like that. So knowledge should bring humidity in a person and the witness should accept the truth.

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The profits or losses are received reseller after he passed away. And just one thing in the Arabic text of the Hadees. Number three were Musab al Islam as mentioned. This is the numbers that came to Musa What does it say in your book, so the longer you send him or not, nothing, right? You might find in some Arabic versions of the Hadees that it says sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So I read some Allahu alayhi wa sallam. That's also okay because you find that in the Arabic version of the book, so panicle lahoma we have the kind of Chateau La ilaha illa Anta the stockbroker wanted to be like Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

Lesson 3 – Chapter 3 Hadith 3-4


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