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Taimiyyah Zubair

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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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How are y'all doing?

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I heard everyone else earlier though Sudan Karim, I'm about Pharaoh to be let him in the shade liner rajim Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem rubbished rightly so today we're Sidley MD, Dr. Melissa Nikolay probenecid

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Allahumma salli ala Muhammad Ali Mohammed in Kumasi later Allah Ebrahim, where are the early Ibrahima innaka hamidah Majeed Allahumma barik ala Muhammad in what are the early Mohammedan Kama Baraka, Ibrahim, where are the early Ibrahim in Accra, hamidah Madrid, in Hades number three, we learnt about how the word he used to come to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, how initially, it came in the form of true dreams. And then eventually the Prophet sallallahu Sallam really like to go into seclusion. And for that, he would go to the cave of Hira. And he would stay there for approximately a month at a time. And then we learned as to how the angel appeared to him, when the where he

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finally came to him. And then the where he started coming to him continuously after that, which is after the second revolution. So just a few things sister to share with you with regards to how the where he first came to the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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So

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I was actually listening to the lecture at home because I missed a part of in class. And I was just reflecting on some of the things that sister Tammy was saying, regarding the part where she was specifically mentioning about why was it necessary for the angel to press little solace. And she was mentioning the fact that the physical strain experiencing the difficulty that you're becoming more alert, and for many of you, those who have studied science, how many of you have heard of the adrenaline hormone? Everybody, right? So what does the adrenaline hormone necessarily do? It's, we call it the fight or flight hormone. It puts you in a mode where you're like, even no matter how

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tired you are, or how exhausted you may be, you're suddenly perked up and ready to go. Like even if you know you've been running for miles and you're suddenly put in a situation where someone comes to attack you from behind no matter how exhausted you are, your body suddenly becomes very alert, you're very alert, your pupils dilate and there's a rush okay to move to do something. So I was just thinking about that when she was saying that that you were becoming more alert so the situation a little sooner, somewhere he was being pressed by the angel Imagine if he was in seclusion and suddenly having this angel compress him everything would come to like, Can you imagine the situation

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of alert to how alert you become right and the other part was also that when you feel in here then you know what you're experiencing is real. So the other thing was in psychology like we studied psychology of sleep a little while ago too and Elisa joke about that if you wanted to know if you're actually dreaming or not, you pinch yourself I mean, we all know this right? So just that came to mind to that the whole physical effect of the eternal harm and coming in as well as the the pressing and he could feel it and the pain etc, made it very clear that it was not a dream. Today inshallah we will study how December five, I will read the Arabic first and then inshallah I will tell you the

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word to a translation had done a Musab Lewis Marina Paul had done Abu arwen at a call had done a Musab Nubira Asia call have done a series of new debate in our live near a bus in New Orleans eater Allah led to heartbreak Biggie lisanna Caleta de la V, call kana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam your early germinate NZD should determine what can I mean by your Hadley Pusha T for columnar best for enter Hadley Kuma and acoem kumbhakarna Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam you have the Kuma will call us our Eden no Hydra Kuma Kamara at Nara best in your head eco mama for how la casa de for Angela Allahu taala led to Hedrick v. lisanna. Caleta jollibee in Alena jamara, who will call

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Anna, Carla, Gemma who let her feel so Derek, what Akira who, for either now who for who? Ana, Paula foster mela, who were unslaked some inner la nervana some inner Elena and Dakota who for Ghana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam about the Delica either utter who gibreel is tomorrow for Eden Tanaka, jabril perahu, Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam Kamara, who, let's look at the word word. How much of it do you think you understood just by reading the Arabic monster and humbler had the venomous revolutionary Moosa, even his marine told us he narrated to us, who does us refer to him on Bahati because he is narrating this Hadees from his teacher, Musa even is married. He told us

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that Allah He said had definite abort, abort are Juana narrated to us who abort r1 and areata to Musa even is married. Karla abort r1 said had done a Moosa IGNOU obiora

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Musa aviar Isha, even a big shot, this is his punia, his complete name he narrated to us. Allah doesn't necessarily wg Baden. He said sorry, the VentureBeat narrated to us, have you heard of the names or even debate? Where inaudible Hadees you have learned about him anywhere else you've heard his name. Jeremy sometimes I would give you the multiple interpretations of a part of an IRA or a word and I would tell you, sorry, the venture beta said such and such cortada said such and such. So sorry, the venture beta is actually at February and he is of the students of even our best Well, they never know who was even our boss he was known as well festival Quran, He will teach the meaning

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of the Quran to the people. And sorry, the venture beta was one of his close students, which is why we see that in depth zero books, you will find his name a lot. So sorry, the mentor Bay he was a student of even our vessel they don't know. So sorry, the Punjabi narrated on from who is near Besson. So he narrated concerning what field only data concerning the statement of who of Allah subhanaw taala. Which statement of Allah led to heretic behind the Santa Clarita jollibee that do not move your tongue while the Quran is being revealed to you in order to hasten its recitation. So these verses in which Surah Surah tokuyama. So these verses even or bursal, the learner he narrated

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concerning them, concerning the meaning as to why they were revealed. Why are these verses revealed even our best said, Allah, he said, who said, even our bus that cannot assume the law, his sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the prophets are loners, and I'm used to your eyelid you, he would take great pain, he would try hard, minute and zeal from the 10 zeal than zero, meaning the revelation should attend intensely, meaning he would take the revelation as it would come to him with a lot of hardship, he would bear a lot of hardship when the revelation would come to him. In other words, when jabril would bring the worry to him the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would put in a lot of effort

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in order to take it in order to grasp it in order to memorize it. So what is the word your Allah do mean? Try hard to take a lot of pain in trying to get something which is why have you seen the running translation? it's translated as that he used to bear the revelation with great trouble. So [???] that an intensely he would take a lot of trouble in, in taking the way. So what happened and what Karina and he used to mimma because of that, min over here, gives the meaning of because so because of the difficulty that he would bear in receiving the way what would he do? You Henrico he would move from her rocker chef at a he his two lips for Karla. So he said ignore our bessin What

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did he say for me? So I owe her Lika Huma Lacan I moved them both for you, meaning I moved my lips for you as well. Comma kana Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you had the Kuma just as a prophet sallallahu Sallam would move them. So when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would receive where he, he would become anxious, he would take it in with a lot of difficulty. And out of that he would begin to move his lips. Why would you begin to move his lips to make sure that he was repeating it so that he would not forget it? Because once you've repeated something, you tend to remember it for longer. So even our basil did on while he was narrating this he said I am moving my lips to you

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exactly as a prophet serrulata remove them. What do we see over here that he did not just narrate the words or does the heart but also the action?

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Well connoisseur Eden and serene said Who is the Sorry, sorry, the debate the student of Evan Arbus. So he said also while he was narrating that Anna or hajikko Houma that I also move them both camera a to just as I saw Ebner bessin even above your head eurycoma he was moving them. So I moved my lips for you just as it been our basil Leon who moved them. So you see how the action was also narrative. The Prophet satellizer moved his lips even though they don't have moved his lips the exact same way. And so AWB he also moved his lips the exact same way for how to aka chef a day he so he moved both of his lips.

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Now back to the Hardys, for under Allahu Allah so Allah revealed we see over here that this is Joomla Martha Do you remember Joomla Martha little parenthetical sentence that even our boss was explaining why this is revealed. And he said Canada sort of law is on the log where it was enema urology minute NZD [???] that and we're kind of in my head the Pusha T now Joomla motto. And then he said for under Allahu Allah. So Allah subhanaw taala revealed concerning this how the prophets of Allah said it would move his lips. What did he reveal? led to herrlich be he Lisa Nicola tarjolla V in Marlena Jim or who will call Anna. What does it mean by this inner Elena Jim or who will call

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Anna Carla he

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Said meaning even or best said, Jim or who? It's Jim it's the election lacquer for you meaning for your profits on a lotus alum, where Phil Federica in your chest, meaning it is our duty It is our responsibility to make sure that the Quran is collected were in your chest in other words, that you're able to retain it. You're able to memorize it what dakara who and you recite it mean it's our responsibility to ensure that you recite it as well. For either coroner who then when we have recited it for the vehicle and then follow it presentation. Allah He said meaning even our best said, first the mirror so listen now who do it will unsplit and be silent for either. Now who for

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who Anna Eben Arbus interpreted for tubercle Anna as that when we are reciting it, then it means be silent and listen attentively. Some then indeed Elena a bonus Diana, who is explanation, even our asset concerning this, that some then indeed Elena upon us, and that the Cora who that you recite it, so he interpreted by an es para Fergana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, BARDA, Delica after that meaning after these verses were revealed, either attack Would you believe when gibreel would come to him? What would he do is tomorrow, he would listen attentively for either so when in Tahlequah, he left he went, who gibreel gibreel then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Cora who he read

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it, who an abuse on alojado salaam, Kama Cora who, just as he read it, meaning the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would recite just as jabril had recited to him. Now, in this hadith we learn that even our birth of the man who is basically telling us as to why these verses were revealed, what was the reason behind the revelation of these verses? And because these verses describe where he or rather, this hadith tells us about where he that how initially the prophets are allowed to sell and would bear a lot of difficulty in taking the word Hey, this is why Imam Buhari has quoted this Hadees over here, because what is the chapter, gay for cannabis? Allah, how the where he began. So

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how did it begin, we have learned about the first revelation about the second revelation about how it was difficult upon the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And over here especially we learn how the prophets are a lot of them used to be when the where he came to him, that he would try a lot he would put in a lot of effort you early do, he would put in a lot of effort in order to retain what was revealed. And in order to do that, he would move his lips quickly. So this is why McQuarrie has quoted this Hadees over here, now, we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would become very anxious, when they were he was coming to him, why would he become anxious? Why would you become

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tensed? Why would you become worried? Because remember, that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was an ami, meaning that he could not write. If you hear something once, what can you do? You can write it down quickly. If you just focus on writing, writing everything down later on, you can revise it as an editor. But the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was not able to write. So when the angel would bring revelation to him, he wanted to make sure he had memorized everything before the angel left. He wanted to make sure that he remembered everything that he had memorized everything. So what does it show to us that first of all, the love that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had for the verses of the

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Quran, he did not want to miss out even one word, even one letter, even one verse, which is why even when he was reciting to him, he would start moving his lips to make sure that he remembered. So it shows how much love he had, he didn't want to miss even one word. And this shows that a person should be greedy for hire for something that is truly beneficial, especially the words of a loss of data. So we cannot even miss one word. We shouldn't you know, for the smallest of things, miss class, low here there, get distracted by little things. No, we should give our best focus completely. And that's exactly what the prophets are allowed us to do, because he did not want to

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miss even one word. And he would move his lips. Why would he move his lips? Because he wanted to start reading before they were he was even over? He wanted to start reciting. Because it happens at once you hear and then you read then you remember for longer, isn't it? But if you don't revise, then what happens? You tend to forget quickly. So this is why the profits are allowed a sudden will start moving his lips, meaning you would start reciting the words in his mouth. Now, we see in these verses of the prophets that a lot of sudden was told not to do that lead to heartache be Heelys Anika Lita. jollibee, don't move your tongue. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to move his lips in

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the eye oh we learn don't move your tongue is

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contradiction over here. This is not a contradiction, because when you're talking, what do you use your tongue as well as your lips. So you would move his lips in order to read in order to recite the Quran, but obviously would recite in a very low voice because only the movement of the lips has mentioned. So he would start revising. But he was prohibited to do that. Elsewhere also we learn the Quran with a third element comedy and nuclear de la kawahara that do not hasten with the recitation of the Quran before its revelation is completed to you. Why was it that he was forbidden to do such?

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Why was he told not to move his lips even not to move his tongue when the where he was brought to him. If you think about it, he had a good reason to do that. Why

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that's the first step to learning is listening attentively. And listening completely. If you start moving your lips, if you start reading, if you start reciting along with the teacher, then what will happen, it will hinder your listening, you will not be able to listen attentively, you will not be able to concentrate on what you're getting.

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And because of that, you will have nothing at the end, you will even forget what you had heard, you will even forget what you have learned. But typically what happens is out of fear out of anxiety, we start panicking, and then we start reading or we start reciting along with the teacher. But in fact, it hinders the learning process. It doesn't let you learn properly. And it lets your fear overcome you. When your fear overcomes you, when you become anxious. When you become tensed, then can you concentrate? What's your focus on your focus is on yourself? What if I forget? What if I forget instead of focusing on what you're learning, isn't it? So this is just like, if there's a person who

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let's say one of you is asked to come and recite one of the verses on the microphone, if you keep focusing on Oh, my God, everybody's listening, everybody looking at me? Will you be able to concentrate on correct recitation? No. If you start focusing on yourself on something that might happen in the future, then you will not be able to get the best out of that situation that you're in. This is why they say even when it comes to public speaking, don't think about yourself, think about what you're talking about, think about what you have to convey. Because when you're focused, then you're able to overcome your fear as well. So we see that his anxiety or you can say the

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tension of you know, or the fear of I might forget was overcoming him. And it was, it was becoming a hindrance for him. It was preventing him from learning properly. So this is why he was forbidden from moving his lips. Now, one thing over here we see that even our vessel that are in who did he actually see the Prophet sallallahu Sallam move his lips? Because this surah is murky, isn't it? So? And it was revealed towards the beginning of the revelation? Because he used to do this at the beginning. And then later on, he stopped doing this, and even our birth of the learn when was he born only three years before the hedgerow. So it's not possible that he must have seen the profits

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or a lot of seller moving his lips. So he says over here, that I am moving my lips for you, just as the profits that allow the seller moved his lips. How did he know?

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Exactly this is just like how I should have read our narrative concerning the first revelation. She wasn't even there. But how did you know it's quite possible if the profits are a lot of sort of informed? Or it's quite possible that she asked, however, we trust the companions. So even our bustle that are no he narrated this.

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Now, we see here that even our bus of they aren't who he moved his lips, and then his students are either binge away, he also moved his lips, that the Hadees the actions or the words or the highlight the circumstances that are being narrated along with them, the action is also narrated. This is the reason why the more had the scene, would travel, do their teachers and listen to the Hadees directly from them. You know, one is that you've just heard, but the other is that you've heard and you've seen how the Hadith was narrated? Like, for example, we are just hearing the Hadees we're just learning the Hadees. Do we know exactly how the action was how he moved his lips? We're missing out

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on that part. But earlier on, what is the people do what are the more What does he do, they would travel to their teachers for this reason, because they also wanted to see the action, because many times the companions when they would narrate the Hadees. If for example, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam smiled at a particular point, they would smile. If he had his button open, they would also open up their button while narrating the Hadees because they wanted to narrate the Hadees. Exactly, in the exact way. This shows to us the importance of learning, not just from a book, but also in the company of other people, especially from a scholar. Because it's possible that you can get a lot of

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information from the book from something that is written, but such things you will only learn from who from a scholar from someone who has seen it from someone who has understood it, and he will explain it to you. Then we see over here, that even our bustling

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He explains the verses as well. The explanation is what even our boss will deny he explained according to his own understanding, and remember that even our boss was versatile. So he was known as the one who would do the deceit of the Quran. So even our boss that along what said about the verse led to hardly be healed Asana, Kalitta jelavic in Elena Jimmer, who will Khurana that indeed upon Allah subhanaw taala is the responsibility to collect it, and also to recite it. Even our boss said, Gemma who liquor fees so Derek, that it is our responsibility to collect it were for you in your chest, so that you will read it so that you will recite it. What does it show to us that Allah

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subhanaw taala took the responsibility to ensure that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam had memorized the Quran, he had received the Quran properly, he retained it properly, and that he recited it properly as well, where the profits are the loudest and I was comforted that was prohibited that do not move your lips while they were he is coming at the same time he was comforted that don't worry, you will not forget we will make sure that you remember it senapati aka Fela tenza you will not forget Illa Masha Allah. Then the next day if I either caught up now who had the vehicle Anna, then when we are reciting it, then you follow it recitation? How did even our best explain this, that

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first Amir Allah who will unsleep that when we are reciting the Quran to you, then listen attentively, and be silent at that time? One question for either correct now who who does we refer to Allah subhanaw taala. But who was actually recited the Quran to the Prophet sallallahu debri So why is it said that when we have recited it when we are reciting it, because he was reciting it, whose commander, the commander, Allah subhanaw taala. So, his recitation became like that of a loss of penalty because he was reciting it at the command of Allah. And then the statement of Allah some inner Elena bayyinah, then, indeed upon us, it's clarification. Even our best said, that, indeed

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upon us and dakara who that you read it, that you recite it? What do we learn from these verses and the interpretation of even our vessel, they don't know that when it comes to learning, a person must listen attentively, quietly, silently, because when we are quiet, only then can we concentrate, only then can we focus. And if we start talking, if we start reading, if we start revising, then what will happen we will not be able to focus, we will not be able to understand, we will not be able to recall what we had heard, we will forget later. So it's imperative that when we are learning, especially learning the Quran, that we listen attentively, then we also learn over here that Allah

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subhanaw taala himself took the responsibility to collect the Quran, he himself to the responsibility of ensuring that the Quran is recited properly, it's era and thirdly, the ban of the Quran as well. The clarification the explanation of Quran as well from these verses, we learn about three things that Allah that the responsibility of the jammer, the camera, as well as the ban of the all these three things. So this fact should give us peace of mind that whatever we have of the Quran is complete, nothing of it was forgotten, nothing of it was left out. And the way the Quran is recited, the way his recitation is taught, was how the Prophet said a lot of said and read it,

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meaning he read it properly from him, the Sahaba learned how to recite properly and they passed on this recitation to the generations later. And then also the meaning of the Quran. The meaning of the Quran is also something that comes from who Allah subhanaw taala the recitation comes from him, and also the meaning comes from him and this is a huge blessing of Allah, that Allah has not left any word any statement of the Quran ambiguous for this oma, there is no statement of the Quran, no word of the Quran that is ambiguous. No, he explained every part of the Quran to His Messenger and the prophets are allowed. So what did he do? He passed it on as well. Because when it comes to, for

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example, the effect of Allah soprano data which are mentioned in the Quran, his names, his attributes, his actions many times, you may hear only Allah knows about this. Yes, only Allah knows about that. However, Allah subhanaw taala has also said that in our Elena germar, who will call Anna,

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Anna to Marina Elena Diana, he also explained it, he also made it clear because from the statement that only Allah knows, some people have gone to the extent of saying, especially the philosophers of the past, that they said that yes, you people don't know anything and we know the meaning. You don't know and we know and they interpreted the meaning according to their own mind question.

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to their own understanding, which was false. So, from this, we understand that there's nothing ambiguous in the Quran. Nothing at all, even when it comes to the truth macatawa Yes, we don't know the literal meaning, but what do we know that they have a purpose? What do we understand that there's a reason why they're there, because some inner Elena Bana so there's nothing ambiguous in the book of Allah subhanaw taala he explained everything into the natural eye 89 also a lot of passionate artists as well as in LA concavity vienen licola Shea, wa houden warahmatullah, Bushra muslimeen. We have sent down to you the book as clarification for all things to localize

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clarification, if itself, it is unclear then how would it be a clarification? So Allah subhanaw taala that the responsibility of the jammer, the Quran as well as the ban of the Quran, that's what we learned from these verses. Also, one more thing we learned from this hadith is where even our best at that after these verses were revealed, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, when you read would come to him, he would listen attentively, he would be silent. And then when jabril would go, then he would recite exactly as gibreel had read. What does it show to us? That the prophets of Allah, Allah obeyed right away? He didn't say, but it's easier for me to remember like this. He didn't give any

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explanation, nothing. If Allah subhanaw taala has said something, then just do it. This is what it means. This is what obedience means that when Allah has said something, do it, even if it seems difficult, even if what you were doing previously seemed more reasonable, seemed more convenient, seems to be working for you know, Allah knows what's best for you. And if you think about it, why was he told that listen, pay attention? Yes, first of all, so that he could remember. And secondly, after respectful call on because it's disrespectful, isn't it, that when the call is being recited, a person starts reciting it alongside or he starts, you know, talking about other things. So, this

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also teaches a very, very important lesson. And we have read it we have studied it before as well but it's good as a revision that when the Quran is being recited, then we must pay attention, not give importance to our words at that point, but give importance to whose words the words of Allah subhanaw taala. At that time, anything you'd like to add before we move on to the next Hadees? Right away as soon as jabril and Islam left him, he went and revised it. That's also a lesson for us that, you know, if we just make Dante Okay, I'll get it. I'll get it. I'll get it. Somehow, it'll just come to my head. Yes. Because we generally go to two extremes, either we worry too much, or we don't

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worry at all, isn't it, we should be in the middle. Either. We worry too much to the point that we are worried and tensed and we're making everybody anxious around us as well. Or we go to the extent of, you know, doesn't matter. I'm not concerned about the marks or the homework or anything anyway, whatever our law wants me to understand, remember and remember that? No, you have to put in your effort as well. And we see the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as soon as you breathe would leave, he would start reading for Cora Hakuna Cora, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did not know how to write. That's why he would be repeating the revelation right there. So I was just thinking that he did not

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make his you can say lack of skill as an excuse to say that, well, I'm not really able to retain all of this, how am I gonna do it? But he figured out a way that okay, this is how I can do it. So he did it that way.

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And he was corrected later on. But he still came up with something to make sure that he remembered and what does that show? How clearly understood his responsibility and how much he loved the Quran that he didn't want to miss out on even one word. Let's continue. Heading number six, had dinner with Daniel Coyle of Marana Abdullah, Allah, Barona unison and is VG HA, HA disinhibition of new Mohammed and Paul Baran Abdullah who call us Barona Yunus, who were marooned on his Regina wahoo Carla Cora near Obaidullah. hypno our Villa here and up near our best in call Canada Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam edgewear the nasty What can I add your domain akuna fee Ramadan or

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Hainan Congo? jabril bukan al ko houfy ko lelaina 10 min Ramadan for you there is who will call on fellow Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam eduware double Hiram in Erie Hill myrcella had done I've done Mr. Bahari narrated this hadith from Ogden, and then set a bar on Abdullah, who said about Ana Yunus who took the Hadith from who, as every half. This half is actually a part of the tax don't think it's a misprint. And this hat is abbreviation for the word that will that will the how well what does the wheel mean? To turn to go back and come again, to turn around. So Mr. McCarney, what he's doing over here is that he mentioned one chain of narration, one chain that he has, through

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which he noted this mutton after that chain, now he goes back and he mentioned another chain. What

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had that an ambition of Mohammed basically is mentioning two Chainz over here, he inherited this hadith from who are the dead and secondly, he inherited this hadith from who Bishop, even Muhammad. And if you look at it, both of these chains they go and they unite where every so had doesn't have a student Mohammed Khalid Abdullah, Aparna Eunice Rama, Rama, Zhu Li and if you go back to the previous chain, but upon a unison on his. So he has two teachers from whom he is narrating this Hadees and both of them. They're taking the Hadith from their teachers were taken from their teachers and the United Way at Missouri and then azuri now Whoa, it's like meaning the same

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narration has been narrated through this chain as well and the reset on Bharani obey the law. Ignore Abdullah. He said that obey the law even Abdullah narrative to me from who I live near Besson. By that he said meaning given our bassel Darren who said cannot assume de la Hassan Allahu Allahu selama the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was edgier than nursey the most generous of all people, what can he do? And he was most generous may akua knew that he would be when fee Ramadan in the month of Ramadan, so he would be most generous at the time of the month of Ramadan, when in particular in Ramadan hanaa at the time, when you are who he would meet him who would meet him gibreel so he was

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the most generous of people, and he was the most generous in the month of Ramadan, when gibreel would meet him. Where can I elka who and gibreel would meet him meaning meet the Prophet sallallahu sallam, when physically lay Latin men Ramadan, in every night of Ramadan, every night of Ramadan, the energy will come to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And what would he do when he would come to visit the Prophet sallallahu Sallam for you there is a will. So he would teach him the Quran for Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was eduware to be highly the most generous will hide in the hide in the good meaning in doing good men than a reheat the wind

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and masala, the one that is dispatched, meaning fast wins, so he was more generous, or more quick in doing good, even more than the fast wind. Let's look at this Hadees First of all, we see that Yamaha dimensions do change over here. And why does it do that to show the authenticity of this Hadees how authentic it is that he has to change for it to very authentic jeans. And this hoodies. Why is it remember how he has placed it in this chapter to prove that the beginning of the revelation was in the month of Ramadan? Because what do we learn in this Hadees that the eligibility would meet the prophets are allowed in every night of Ramadan? And what would you do? revise the Quran? Study the

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Quran? study how much rice how much ever that had been revealed since the previous Ramadan. So what does that show that the first revelation came when? In the month of Ramadan? So that's why this hadith has been placed over here. Now notice how this is not mentioned directly explicitly. This is how Imam Buhari proves his points. Now we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam The first thing that we learned this Hadees is that cannot assume the law he eduware the nurse he was the most generous of people. No one was more generous than him. No one was more generous and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in a scimitar Hadees we learned that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was the most

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courageous of the people and also the most generous of the people. He was the most courageous as well as the most generous. The prophets are a lot of altriset concerning himself, that an Edward when I do Adam, that I am the most generous of the children of Adam, will Eduardo homebody and the most generous of them after me meaning the most generous person after me is Roger stone, alima ailment financial ilma, who a person who gains knowledge and then he spreads his knowledge, what I do enjoy the BNF CDFI sebelah. And a person who is generous with himself in the way of Allah meaning he gives himself in the waiver lots of time.

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So we learned from many, many a hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was, in fact the most generous of all people. No other person was more generous than him. Now the word Edward is from the root is Gene Wilder. And Jude means come generosity from the same root is the word j yet. Have you heard the word j youth? What does it mean? Good. Excellent. Right. So when something is good, excellent, you say it's j yet it's a high quality. It's very good. so generous, meaning someone who is very good in their behavior with others in in dealing with others and giving to others from the same root is also the word that we because what does it mean to beautify your recitation, then we have read

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In the Quran, about the horses of Solomon and his son, Asahi nettle Ji adds water a softener to Jihad horses that are of pure breed, very noble breed, also very strong. So such horses are so often added yet so as you want generosity, being kind, being good, being very good and you see generosity has to do with nobility as well. generosity has to do with nobility as well. The more noble a person is, the more righteous a person is, the more good a person is, the more generous he is. We learn from our Hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that in the La Jolla Don't you have been Jude? That Allah subhanaw taala is generous and he also loves generosity. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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was the most generous of people. And when was he more generous? In the month of Ramadan? At the time when gibreel would meet him? How was he more generous in the month of Ramadan? Meaning his generosity was more visible, was more evident. So why was he more generous in the month of Ramadan? Why do you think so? More reward because a person is in a state of fasting when a person is fasting, if he does something good, that at that time, the good that is done is accepted? If you think about it, in the month of Ramadan, Allah so panel data is very generous towards his creation, isn't it? How that a person fasts one day and because of that His face is removed far away from the fire of

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hell. Allah subhanaw taala is very generous to his servants in the month of Ramadan. A person who fasts the month of Ramadan, stands in prayer at night in the month of Ramadan, hoping for award then Allah subhanaw taala will forgive him. So Allah is very generous in the month of Ramadan, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam following the Sunnah of Allah also was more generous towards the people, and his generosity was very visible in this month. But the reason that's more obvious from this Hadees as to why he was more generous in the month of Ramadan was because he was revising the Quran with who with intelligibly that we see here that gibreel would come and visit the Prophet sallallahu

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Sallam every single night of the month of Ramadan, and they would study the Quran. Now, first thing over here that jabril would visit him every night in order to study the Quran why night because when is the right time to revise the recitation of the Quran or to recite the Quran? When during the night for me Laila illa kalila misfire who I will cause men who can either I was either la wa till karate Allah. So at night, what till Chrono 13 that is a time to recite the Quran, so debris will come to him at night. And then we see over here that they would study the Quran. What does it mean by the word you that is you that is from the letters that are seen Duff's that rasuna What does it

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mean to study? How is it that gibreel would teach the Quran to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam? Does it mean that he would bring new revelation? Not new way, the way that had been brought in from before the Prophet sallallahu wasallam would recite, and gibreel would listen, why would you do this? Why would the Prophet sallallahu Sallam revise the Quran in this way? Is it necessary to revise the Quran? Why? Because if you don't revise you will forget. So we see that the profits are a lot is that I'm used to revise the Quran every single year in the month of Ramadan. It was a regular habit. It was a routine. And this was with who would you believe? It wasn't that he did not revise

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other times? No, he would constantly be reciting the Quran we know how much used to recite in the night prayer Surah Nisa sort of earlier on so total Baccarat all of it he would read more than that even so he would recite regularly. But at least once a year he would revise it with Who do you believe to make sure that we remembered everything correctly? What is this show to us the importance of revising the Quran. If a person has studied the Quran or memorize the Quran, whether all of it are part of it, then should they be worried about revising it again? Yes, they should. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam will do this in the month of Ramadan. Why the month of Ramadan because the

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month of Ramadan was when the Quran was revealed. And the month of Ramadan you in the state of Nevada every moment you're concerned about using it in the proper way in the best way so that you are rewarded for it. So the best form of very bad in the month of Ramadan is with what with the recitation of the Quran, whether it is infinite or outside of Sunnah. This is why this tradition of revising the Quran in surah with Salah or, you know in Dodo Quran revising its meaning this is a very good one Why? Because it enabled you to review the entire Quran in a short amount of time. Generally when we study the Quran, we take months or we take years but when you go through the

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entire Quran within a month why

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month, then it gives you a different understanding, isn't it? Because you can put the verses together you can establish the link between one surah and the following surah isn't it so you get the whole picture in front of you. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would revise the Quran in the month of Ramadan, and every single year as well, which was twice the best they could, the best form of worship in the month of Ramadan is with the Quran.

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And then we see that even our boss said, that Pharaoh Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he would have been highly minari helmore Salah that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was more generous in terms of good, how more generous than what, then the fast wind, the wind that has been dispatched? This is said, in order to compare his generosity in order to show to us how very generous he was, if you think about it fast wind when it blows. First of all, it's a mercy. And secondly, when it blows, what does it do? It touches everything in its path. If you see, for example, the wind is blowing, you may feel that the trees are moving, the blades of grass are moving, isn't it? So flowers are

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moving every single thing that comes in the path of the wind, it gets affected by the wind. So why is this generosity compared to the fast win? Because this is how generous he was that everyone benefited from his generosity, not just his family members, not just the people whom he met, but every person that he came across benefited from his generosity. We learn from our Hadith, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was not asked anything, except that he gave it he never said no, he never refused, he gave anything that was asked of him. So this is how generous he was. And his generosity was most visible in the month of Ramadan. What do we learn from this hadith? Many, many lessons?

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First of all, we see the effect of righteous company, the effect of righteous company, what's the effect of righteous company? righteous action, isn't it? The Prophet sallallahu Sallam would meet with Jubilee. And he would revise the Quran with gibreel. And as a result, he would become more generous, righteous company leads to righteous action, how that increased knowledge also leads to righteous action. But my question is that how is it that righteous company leads you to good action, how, when you're with righteous people, they will remind you to do good that you're influenced by the people around you. It's possible you know, something, but you don't really do it. But when you

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see somebody else doing it, then you realize I should be doing this as well. Similarly, it happens that you were doing something, but you're a human being, it's only natural that you will forget. So if you are in the company of righteous people, will they let you forget? No, you may have forgotten to do it. But once you're with them, they will remind you again, like for example, all of us know, technically, that when you hear thunder, you should recite the right door, isn't it. But if you're alone, you might forget. But if you're with your friends who are righteous, who know their car, who say these cars and what will happen, even if you forget at that moment, they will say and as a

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result, you will say it as well. So righteous company leads to righteous action. Another important thing that we learned from this hadith is that increased study leads to increased action as well. This is why it's important that we keep learning, we keep revising, that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam every single year every single Ramadan, he would revise the Quran when he would revise, he would become more righteous. And you see a double double hiring. Someone said that this means that he would become generous and doing good, meaning he would perform different different types of good. It wasn't just that he gave money, he was generous to other people and giving charity, but rather he

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became more righteous, that he would perform many, many different different types of good deeds. So what leads to good actions, righteous company as well as increased study increased study leads to righteous action, because you studied one thing you forgot about it, the next time you will study, you will remember it. Like for example, this weekend course that we just started. Three weeks ago now, we started studying the Quran from the very beginning. And we all have studied the if at the beginning of surah, Baqarah, the qualities of 13 the importance of the karma to Salah what it means by a karma to salah and then alladhina cafaro, an unknown African, we know all of these things, but

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what happens over time, we forget. But every time you start studying again, every time you start revising again, you know, you're reminded and it affects you. Then your Salah improves, your actions improve you become more conscious and spending in the way of Allah, you become more conscious in saying and hamdulillah so this is why it's important that we keep revising, keep studying, no person can ever say yes, I have studied and this is sufficient for me. No, every time you study, it will increase in your action. Every time you revise. It will increase you in your knowledge. Not

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just spending money but spending all of our time sharing our knowledge as well. There are many other ways that we learn from this hadith. And knowing he has mentioned some benefits of this hadith that first of all, he says encouragement to be generous at all times. It's not just sufficient for us to know that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was the most generous of people. I mean, what do we learn from this that we should be generous, and he was generous, not just in the month of Ramadan, but also at other times, so we should be generous at all times as well. Then we also learned about the virtue of increased generosity during the month of Ramadan, that we should especially spend in the

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way of Allah in the month of Ramadan, especially in the month of Ramadan. Then the virtue of increased reading of the Quran during Ramadan, that we should also increase our recitation of the Quran in the month of Ramadan because shadow Ramadan and Lady Zilla, female Quran Ramadan is the month of Quran and how can you celebrate the month of Quran without revising the Quran without reading the Quran without studying the Quran without listening to the Quran. You're not fully celebrating the month than anything you'd like to share the characteristic of Prophet sallallahu Sallam and one of them was that you are so much the word How come you will be in trouble. And right

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after that we are being given another Hadees and this shows again that how Professor

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Edward so there is a key that his wife said that he was very generous and his companion also said that he was very generous.

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So that if you're making a mistake, somebody might correct it before we repeat the same mistake very important same thing importance of studying with somebody else's because when you were corrected usually never forget that mistake anything major that when you correct it, you don't forget that mistake. But if you're revising on your own, then sometimes you don't even know you made a mistake. But if somebody is listening to you critically, then they can point out your mistakes and once they're pointed out then you will not forget them. Okay, so panicle locomobi Hamdi Ganesha de la ilaha illa Anta Mustapha Luca wanted to be like assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.