Bukhari 016 Belief Hadith 39 43
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Allahumma salli ala Muhammad Ali Mohammed in Kumasi later Allah Ibrahim Ibrahim in the Mohammed of Madrid Allahumma barik Allah Muhammad Anwar Ali Mohammed in coma Baraka Allah Ibrahim or Allah, employing in the hamlet of Majid
bourbon a dino use thrown back chapter a dino, the religion is use Ron is what does it mean that this religion is easy? What is the word used to mean in Arabic simple? What does it mean? Something that is doable, something that is possible. It doesn't mean simple, but what it means is that whatever Allah Subhana Allah has commanded us to do, it is possible for us to do so. In other words, this Deen is practical. It's not impossible rather it is practical. Allah subhanaw taala Delta's in the Quran, Mama Giada la confit. Dini, min halogen intrarater Hajj, that Allah has not placed any heritage any difficulty. He has not imposed any difficulty for you in the deen. Similarly, Allah
Subhana Dada also says that alladhina Tirumala Sula, Nabeel only a lady at Duna, who marks to winner in the home literati will enjoy yet more humble maruf when her whom I did Mancha, will you handle the homotopy but are you heavily more on a human haba is he makes lawful for them what good things and he makes prohibited for them bad things, whether or unholy Islam, and he removes from them their chains while lol and the shackles allottee cannot allow him. So in other words, the difficulties that were imposed in the previous nations, especially those difficulties that were imposed on who the Bani Israel, this religion, removed them, the prophets are about Islam was sent to remove those
difficulties from the people. Can you think of any difficulty that was imposed on them by for example, for them Saturday was the day of worship and that meant no worldly tasks whatsoever, extremely difficult, very, very hard to the point that it became a great test for them. Similarly, we learned that when they worship the calf, what was a punishment for them, that every single one of them had to be killed? For Cthulhu and forsaken * through and forsaken and reset that the people had to stand before one another in broad daylight and kill one another just like a battle as far as just imagine, it was something very difficult. So this religion that Allah subhana wa tada has given
to his last messenger to his final oma, what is this religion? It is easy, it is practical, it is doable. It's not difficult question. Why does remember Hari mentioned this in kita? will even what do you think the relationship is? that religion is easy with PETA? Well, even that we have learned that Eman includes actions, even includes actions. And so he's clarifying over here that we're human requires actions from us those actions are possible. They are doable, they're not impossible. They are easy. And also if you think about it, it has been mentioned in this keytab that praying Salah is from Eman, do you hear this from Iran? inshallah, we will also learn that the cat is from Eman pm is
from him and fasting is from him and so all of these actions are from a man. So if a person is a believer, he has to perform all of these actions. So one should not be afraid on one hand that though Oh, this is too much, I cannot do it. No, it is possible. And secondly, a person must not exceed these bounds either like meaning you should not exceed them going beyond what Allah Subhana Allah and His Messenger have commanded. Because what Allah and His Messenger have told us that is easy and best and practical. Beyond that, or less than that is something that could harm us. Hakuna BIA sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the statement of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that I
have Bodine. I have book most beloved a Deen religion in Allah He to Allah the best religion the deen which is most beloved to Allah is which one? Al hanifa ye to Assam hetal al hanifa me meaning that witches Hanif and what does Hanif mean? Who was Hanif Ibrahim our listener and what do we learn about Ibrahim or listen him that one Makana
Milan mushrikeen that Hanif is one who leaves everything else, meaning he, he does not devote himself to anything but who Allah subhanaw taala he does not get distracted by the things that come in his way rather he is fully and completely devoted to who Allah subhanaw taala. So, the religion that is most beloved to Allah is which religion in which a person is wholeheartedly and completely devoted to Allah and a Sangha. What does a somehow mean? A somehow literally means to be generous to be kind. So, this religion is what generous meaning it teaches people to be generous to be giving, that instead of taking, taking, taking, be giving, be generous, be kind, and this is why the word a
somehow has also been understood as natural or straightforward or simple, how natural because we see that, in this whole world, in this whole universe, we see that everything is giving, where things take, they also give, like, for example, the honeybee. It's constantly giving, so, everything is giving. So, similarly, this religion also teaches us to be giving So, in other words, it's a natural religion. It's a religion that we are able to practice and this religion is the one that is most beloved to Allah subhanaw taala had doesn't have the Salaam of Nimmo, hurin tala Hadassah Rama Rama allegion unmanageably Mohammed Al Rifai de answer either neovi sorry, didn't have Buddha ye and Avi
hooray later on in OBS Allah Allah who sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a call in Dena use throne. Indeed, the religion is use it is ease while on and never you shed, he makes difficult Edina the religion anyone, meaning no one makes the religion difficult Illa except of Allah who it overpowers him, it overburdens him. Therefore facade they do for so sad they do become straight or do properly. What are you boo, near? Come close, or come near? And in brackets you can write to perfection. Well, and I wish you rejoice. Three commands are being given over here. So dee doo, doo, right? Party boo. What does caribou mean? Try to be as near as as possible to perfection. And thirdly, rejoice be
happy. And fourthly, was there enough and seek help? How? beloved watty by the morning warlow hottie and the evening was Shay in and apart main from adonijah. The nighttime, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, a dino, you're certain that this religion is useless. It hasn't been said that user is Mina Deen, that you said is a part of religion, or that, then is from these know what has been said that Dean is useful, meaning that the religion is in fact in reality is that the religion in and of itself is easy. Meaning in its entirety, the entire religion, every aspect of it, every part of it is what it is easy. So for example, when you look at this religion, when it comes to all of the acts
of worship, from tahara, to Salah to the car, to Sabbath to any act of worship, is it easy? Is it possible? Is it doable? Yes, it is. Because if it was impossible, if it was extremely difficult, then there would be only a few people who would be practicing this religion. The fact that hundreds and 1000s of people live this way and have lived this way, from the very beginning is an evidence that this religion is easy. In the Quran, so many stories of the people of the past haven't mentioned righteous people of the past. What does it show that from other religion until the end of time, people are going to be practicing this religion, which shows that this religion is easy. And
if you think about it, for example, the command to pray we haven't been commanded to pray $15 a day we have been commanded to pray, how many five? And is it possible? Yes, it is. So first of all, in all of their divided How is the religion? Easy. Secondly, anything that requires ease, anything that requires that it should be facilitated, meaning if something is difficult for a person and it should be made easy? Is it made easy in the religion? Yes. So for example, if a person has to press Allah but he's unable to stand and pray, isn't made easy for him how that he's supposed to sit and pray, isn't it? So anything that is difficult for a person temporarily, then what happens?
It brings is that Julie would they say there is also a principle of fifth? Does anyone remember the executor? masakatsu limitation? Right, the difficulty brings ease. Thirdly, if something is impossible for a person, meaning he is not able to do it at all, then he is not required to do it. For example, that if a person is unable to go for Hajj, it's not possible for him. Is he required to go? No. Similarly, we have been told, don't eat her arm. It's a command. But if a person is in a situation where the only food available to him is how long, then is he allowed to eat it? Yes. So that condition has been dropped from him, isn't it? So this is how the religion is easy at every
level that first of all, everything is practical. Secondly, if ease is required, it is made easy. Then thirdly, if it's impossible, then the command is completely removed away from the person. If a person is unable to do something, he's not required to do it. He's not McAuliffe with regards to that action with regards to that command. So this shows to us that this religion or virus is inherently easy. However, the prophets Allah Salim said that when you share the Drina, or harden Illa Allah who, that no one makes the religion chedid upon himself, except that the religion will overpower him, what does it mean by this, that where religion is inherently easy, it is also
possible to make the religion very difficult upon oneself. And when a person makes the religion difficult upon himself, then what happens? Can he continue for long, he cannot continue for long, he will be unable to continue in that way. He will resent what he's doing or he will get tired of what he's doing, or he will give up what he's doing. He will not be able to continue in that way. Illa Allah boo. So in other words, if a person makes a religion difficult upon himself, then it will be made difficult for him. If a person makes a religion difficult to find himself and what will happen, it will be made difficult for him. And we can understand this in two ways that Firstly, when the
religion was being revealed, and secondly, after the religion was completed, when the religion was being revealed, if people demanded difficulty was the religion made difficult for them? Yes. So for example, the Bani Israel they were told slaughter a cow. What did they do? Did they create difficulty for themselves? Yes, they kept asking questions. What's the color? What's the type? Which kind? And was it made difficult? Yes, the more difficult they made for themselves, the more difficult it became. Similarly, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that the worst criminal of this ummah is the one who asks about something that is not Haram. And it becomes how long because of his
asking. It wasn't difficult, he made it difficult. And so it became difficult, not just for him, but for the rest of the oma as well. After the religion has been completed, how does religion become difficult for a person if he makes it difficult for himself? That, for example, when a person is doing something, and he becomes obsessive about it, or he stresses too much about it, or he does it excessively, then what will happen? It will become difficult for him. For example, a person is performing will do. And he's becoming very finicky about tomorrow. And he's doubting himself constantly. Am I went from here am I went from here? Am I went from there? Did I wash myself
properly? How many times can I do it? Then what will happen? shaitaan will attack him with more and more wasa? Isn't it so and we'll do that could take less than a minute will become difficult upon him to the point that he's taking 235 minutes to perform that will do to the point that every time he has to perform will do he will look at it with negative thinking, isn't it so it will become burdensome upon him that oh, I have to do this and this and this? To the point that a person will say, forget it. I can't do it. It's too hard on me. Do you understand what it means? That you make it difficult upon yourself to the point that you cannot continue to the point that it takes the joy
the Hello or the joy of worship away? You don't enjoy it, but rather you resent it a lava lava who it overcomes a person. Similarly if a person is for example, reciting the Quran, and then he is crying, but then he cries so much so much that or he constantly looks at his own fault so much to the point that he cannot continue anymore. Is that right? No Allah subhanaw taala requires from us that when we recite the Quran, we should reflect on the meaning we should reflect on ourselves but this is not required that we cry and cry and cry to the point that we are harming ourselves. You know, sometimes it happens that people are praying together. In for example, that we have salah and
a person is reciting the Quran and he's crying so much
So much that people are falling. And they're crying out loud. I mean, yes, you should have for sure you should cry. But the best way of crying in the best way of having crusher was who's the prophets of Allah? And he did not weep like that. What do we learn that? How did he use to cry in his Salah, as if it was a kettle that was boiling. So a very muffled sound and not that a person is wailing out loud. And he's not able to focus, he's not able to recite that his crying overpowers him. So he's making a difficult upon himself that it will become more difficult for him. Can you think of some other examples, how we make the difficult for ourselves? I remember when we were growing up, and we
were taught islamiat in school, we were taught that for selector shot, you have to be 17 record. And believe me, the thought of 17 record would freak out all the kids. Now if you tell children you have to pay for for that's mandatory, you have to okay. And it's very good. I mean, great for kids grade five kids grade six kids, perhaps all of them are not even balanced at that point. But if you teach them you have to pay 17 Ricard for a solid arratia who is going to pray, no one is going to pray them. So if you make the difficult upon yourself, it will become difficult to the point that people will leave it
that they will resent it, they will not enjoy it anymore.
Heating halaal we make it such a big issue, that sometimes children think that everything is held on except for this, this and this. Do they like the concept of halal and haram, they hate it. They don't want to go grocery shopping with you. I remember when my brother was younger, somebody told me somebody gave me a whole list of you know, this is halal haram and this is mush, boo, meaning doubtful to stay away from it. And these ingredients, and I got really, you know, careful. And I remember would go to the grocery store, I would read everything know this as much food as much as possible. I'm not going with you. He wouldn't go with me. And later on, I realized that really,
we're making life difficult for ourselves. If you have been told by a Muslim, I mean, if a Muslim is offering food to you, then you don't doubt them. Remember the story when I should have the diner as the profits are the loudest. And there are people who become Muslim. They have newly embraced Islam, and they bring me to us and we don't have they're slaughtered at the right way. What did he advise it is take it and say Bismillah just take it because you trust the Muslim? So don't make eating hella difficult for yourself. Okay, yes, you should. I'm not saying that don't care about the ingredients and don't care about what food they're offering. No, you should be concerned about it.
But don't obsess about it so much that you're making life impossible for yourself. Because people even start questioning Muslims. Where did you get this meat from? Did you get it from this store that store? If you got it from that store? I'm sorry, you're not eating isn't going to affect your relationships? Aren't you going to become anti social? aren't people going to feel hesitant inviting you? Yes. If there is a certificate in the store that says that the meat in the store is halal, then you trust them. Okay? This being like doubtful all the time. Like people doubt, for example, everything what they're eating their claws, where they're going, for example, they go to a public
washroom, they see the seat, it is clean, it's dry, there is nothing on it. But then they will not pray afterwards. Maybe there was something on the toilet seat, maybe something touched my clothes. I just don't feel 100% clean. And because of that you will delay your Salah. Why don't make it hard upon yourself. You have been told the rules, you don't see anything you're dry. It's perfectly fine. Yes, it's not the most comfortable thing. However, you can still pray in that condition that we make the day not only harder on ourselves in place, but also on other people. And as a result, we turn them away from the religion that for example, when people are giving the horse a cat, you know, they
want to make sure that it's going somewhere and where it's going and they doubt so much that other people get freaked out and what's going on Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam became angry because one of the moms and the mustard was prolonging the Isha Salah, and he was reading Surah Al Baqarah and then the the people who were praying behind them where they said that they stopped coming because they said that we are farmers and we work all day and it's very difficult for us to stand in a shop for that long. So Rasulullah saw some reprimanded them for doing that. So for example, you're leading somebody in Salah, and you know so little milk and you know surah hasher and perhaps some
others who doesn't you like reciting them in the Salah perfectly fine, but if you're leading other people, then be careful. Once I saw somebody who was leading other people in salah and they started reciting certain milk in Surat, Russia, and they read the entire surah in the first record. And the second record they were kulula had because they themselves were so tired by them. And then as soon as I said Salaam, the person who was standing behind them, they just
Given attack them literally, that what are you doing? You enjoy it, but you're making it hard upon yourself and also upon other people. And also at hedge people, you know, impose such difficulties upon themselves. don't scratch your hair in case your hair falls off. Yes, I'm telling you, they said don't scratch yourself because you're not allowed to cut your hair, your hair should not fall off. Don't comb your hair, don't scratch yourself, because your hair will fall out. This is you're making life difficult upon yourself, you're making being difficult upon yourself. I have noticed some sisters after the salon, they do long long at car home sitting there the husband is waiting for
the food and the children's are waiting. And but she is not finishing her Oscar that let me finish it. Innovation is something that makes the region difficult, isn't it? innovation without makes religion difficult. And when a person does it, he cannot continue for a long time. Because this Deen in and of itself is easy. The entire religion is easy. If you follow just a religion, it is possible for you. This can be understood by a very easy example, that if, for example, you're inviting people home and you go to great lengths and cleaning your house and preparing all the food and and setting up everything, then by the time the guests leave, you're done, you're exhausted, and calling people
over is going to be such a big challenge for you. Then if you keep things simple, then you can enjoy you're not exhausted, but rather you will enjoy. So just as it doesn't work out in worldly affairs, it doesn't even work out in religious matters. The actions that are most beloved to Allah are those that are consistent even if they are less small. Also, one more thing that we should be careful about is, for example, because we are women, right? So for example, when it comes to wearing the hijab, what's the main routing that we have been taught that it should cover your property and we know how big or small it should be? And secondly, we also know that it should be not displaying
Xena. But if a person goes and say, is this color, okay? Or not? Like you get too much lost in the colors. I'm not saying that next time you wear a shocking pink hijab? Don't worry about it. No, we know about the rules. Follow the rules, but don't go on wondering, okay, is this color okay? Or not? And you put it against your face and you put it against your clothes and you ask this person, other person, other person, you're making it too difficult upon yourself? Isn't it? To the point that you will think, why did I learn about this? Before I used to wear hijab, it was so simple for me. And now, I'm always confused. You're confusing yourself. Either we make things too easy for ourselves,
or we make things too difficult upon ourselves. Similarly, for example, we have been taught that our the job that we wear should be long enough to cover the body, isn't it? So for example, if a person says that, you know, if I lift my arm by even a little bit, my feet might show, therefore I'm going to wear socks, even when I'm going to the beach. And even if it's extremely hot, because my foot might show it might show Yes, but you're a human being, which talks to the hardware all the time. Tell me. What did they wear along Joburg to cover themselves? Because you see when you have all those sandals sitting in your shoe closet, and you just look at them. You wonder
there was a time I could wear them and now I cannot wear them because my feet might show? Yes, they might. But you're forgiven for that because Illa Mahara minha, this is something that will become apparent just by itself unintentionally, isn't it? Similarly, you're wearing a job that's long enough to cover, you know, your arms. And it's only natural that if you will lift up your arm a bit too much, yes, it's possible that your Avaya sleeve might drop a little bit and a little bit of your risk might show it's possible. But it doesn't mean that you have to wear something under your hand to cover your thumb and your wrist fully. That's tight. And that's, you know, it has a tight grip
all around your wrist and your arm that it's bothering you. Because a point will come where either you will get sick of it, or your family will get sick of it. Or for example, getting obsessive about and wearing gloves all the time. I mean, I'm not saying that don't wear proper hijab wear it. Don't go to either extremes, though. The rules that we have been taught is jilbab. And where did you that, that covers you properly? But don't go into saying that? No, my gloves are also part of my job. And these, what do you call those risk things are also part of my job and the socks are also part of my job. You're making religion difficult upon yourself seminary, you're wearing a hijab, and your hair
is mainly covered. But it's quite possible that as you fix your hijab, you're there a hair too, might slip out and what's the solution for it in tuck it in. Not that you wear a tight band around your head all the time that it affects the health of your hair. It gives you a headache. I mean, it depends on person to person. Some people it doesn't bother other people, it bothers them. Some people they're affected by other people are not affected by it, isn't it, but you look at your situation. I'm not saying be very relaxed about your
Ya know, follow the rules. However, don't make it chedid upon yourself. So like, I was just thinking too about imposing on your own family or children. I know a friend of mine who was saying recently that because she was after her son all the time, make sure you're sitting when you're eating, make sure you're doing this when you're doing it like constantly after him all the time, and he's a teenager. Now. You just told her, I'm sick of this, I'm sick of this religion and of all these rules, and I'm going to start like you just like, leave me alone. So just the concept that sometimes we forget that. Even with young children, I do see moms that are very strict all the time, and the
kids get feel like they're restricted. And just thinking that even not just holding on upon yourself, making it difficult for yourself, but making it difficult for your families as well. So for example, a child is barely learning to eat himself and put the food in his mouth. And if he's standing or something, then you take the food away, you snatch it away from him, and no sit down and then do it. Okay, let him take the first bite and then make him sit yourself instead of grabbing the food from him and shouting at him. Do your old poor little child, that sometimes it happens that when women start wearing hijab, then they say, Oh, I can't go here, because they're going to be men
over there, I can't go to this wedding, I can't go to this family friend's house, I can't go to that dinner. Similarly, people are coming over, I'm going to be in my room, I'm not coming out because there are men. Yes, the ideal condition is that you don't have to be in those situations. But if there are a family, you have to go and this is why we have been told to wear the hijab. If that was the case, then don't go anywhere. Don't step out of your house, don't even come to Buddha for that matter. Because as you walk in there men, and outside there are men, don't go to the grocery store, don't step out of your house. This is not what the religion tells us to do. When there are people
over or when you have to go somewhere, observe the proper hijab, and do what you have to do. Don't isolate yourself. Don't cut yourself off from people, you will make life difficult for yourself and your family. Like for example, we have been told that when we pray together in Salah stands shoulder to shoulder for devote, okay, you're praying in Salah with somebody, and you put your foot next to theirs, but they move it away. Now what should you do? Stretch your legs to the point that you're standing funny? Or that you put your foot on the other person's foots that they can't move it anymore.
You're making it difficult for yourself and then tell me where is the who sure if you're standing and comfortably? And if you're just chasing the other person's foot? Where is it? And where's his for sure. I remember I went to pray Salah once with a friend of mine who's not that particular about, you know, standing with the foot you people are like that sometimes. So anyway, we went to that mustard and it was a Masjid where people stood foot foot shoulder to shoulder like strongly Okay, this was like there. Anyway, she's standing property that the woman standing next to is literally chasing her foot. After a fuse rocker. She's like, that's it. And never again, she went to
that machine until today. She makes fun.
I mean, we have been told that fix yourself, okay. But after one or two attempts, you know, that person doesn't understand or doesn't know, from a hill home Raider. Right? Give them some time. Give them some time.
After your play, don't talk to anybody and go to sleep. They said, literally, these girls do that. She said they just have a seizure. The doctor, they're gonna talk to the husband or the in laws, and they live in a mixed gathering. And I said, but that's not what it means. And she said, Well, you have to tell them then I said why? Which is why I was then Hades quoted to them these are younger, they don't understand. So that's sort of taking off with me and explained to her, I said, if you're living in the family, you have this chores to be done. You can't go to sleep. You have to do it. It's an easy way out. Yes.
It's like a trick of Shere Khan, that he won't come and put was says don't pray. don't pray in congregation or don't wear hijab? No, what are you going to do make it difficult for us, so that we begin to resent it. And that even if we are doing it, we don't enjoy it, we don't like it. So then is useful, it is easy, and we should keep it easy for ourselves and other people, we should not make it difficult upon ourselves. One more thing, learning the dean, studying the dean or serving the dean, how can a person make it difficult upon himself, that there's no balance that a person first of all takes up responsibility of something that he knows he cannot handle? He knows he cannot do? I
mean, there are some things that you can do with difficulty, but it is possible for you. Like for example for you guys to come here four days a week or five days a week. Every person situation is different, isn't it? But it's quite possible that for one person, their situation is such that they're not able to come five days. So what should they do stop completely? What should they do? reduce their burden, so that they can also take care of the rest of the things that they have to do otherwise they will begin to resent the work that they're doing. Just as a personal example.
I'm teaching on the weekends these days. So Saturday, Sunday, I'm coming. And during the week, my commitment initially was only Wednesday, Thursday, because I felt that I could handle four days a week, you know, with a gap here and a gap there and do kids and family and home, it would be possible. But if I said that, no, I should come here on Monday as well, on Tuesday as well on Friday as well, because so many people come here. And so there are so many things that I can do still, that would be making it difficult for myself at this point, I feel, because if I would do it, I wouldn't be able to give the heck of my family, isn't it, I wouldn't be able to give the heck of myself
either. So I don't want to be at a point where I don't enjoy this work, I want to enjoy it fully. So you keep a balance. So I mentioned that either we make it too easy and do nothing, or we make it too difficult doing everything and then resenting it and leaving it balance has to be maintained and every person has to look at his own life and situation. That doable user does not mean that there will be no challenge that there will be no difficulty. No, there will be difficulties, there will be challenges, however, it will still be possible for you. But if it's come to a point where it's affecting your health and your eating, and you're sleeping, and your mood and your energy level, to
a point that people are afraid to even talk to you, then there's something that needs to get fixed. Remember that example that I gave you of the word use? Yes, sir, I'll follow suit the ruku that the forest, the horse has been prepared for writing that the horse is ready, all you have to do is just get on the horse and start running. But tell me something when you ride a horse? Is it challenging? Yes, it is. It is challenging, because you have to stay focused. Similarly, you have to be careful about how you direct the horse. And the whole experience is enjoyable, but sometimes it's also very tiring. When you get off. Your shoulders are hurting and your legs are hurting when shaken
completely. every part of your body has been shaken. But it was possible, isn't it? It left you a little tired. However, it was possible. So Dean is easy, it is doable. There are challenges, there are some difficulties, but if a person makes it very, very difficult upon himself, then he will not be able to continue for very long. And this applies to Voodoo and salah and recitation of the Quran and our dealings with other people and in wearing a hijab. Everything that we do the food that we eat, because Deen is about every aspect of our lives. So if we make a difficult in any aspect, it will overpower us that it happens that as we're learning, sometimes we go too fast, right? we
accelerate very fast, and then we regret later. by for example, it's possible that a woman did not even wear hijab, she started reading the Quran, she's wearing the hijab, and all of a sudden she's wearing everything, and the family's like, what's wrong with her, they're not able to accept it. So what do we learn go gradually, one step after the other, slowly and gradually, because when you go gradually, then you're taking everybody along. They're more accepting, and it's easier for you to adjust as well. This is how the religion was revealed. Isn't it's all inside of me. Now.
One more thing that we must understand is that we should know the difference between doing what is recommended and making the deen difficult upon ourselves. What's the difference? It's the same thing like we discussed earlier, that just as something may require some difficulty, but it is possible, it is better for you to do it. Okay, as opposed to making something impossible upon yourself. So for example, doing something that is recommended you praying Salah, and you pray enough? Is that something recommended? Yes. But will you say that? No, I'm making the difficult upon myself? Not necessarily. If you bring to Nepal for example. Good. But if you're praying for or six, is that
difficult making it difficult upon yourself? Yes. So every person has to see their situation and what they're doing and what's possible for them to do this Hudis does not mean stop doing what is recommended. Just do the bare minimum. No, this is not what it means. We have to do the bare minimum we also have to try to excel we have to do our sand. We have to do Mr. hub. But we are not to make it difficult in ourselves. There is no one hardcore rule it's every situation is different. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he said that when you shared the Dena hudon illa Allah who, therefore we should make the deen easy for ourselves. And what's the advice of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam gave
for said they do work? coreboot whatever Shiro was there you said they do. What does it mean by Sunday do Saturday was from see that scene the Polo colon? Study the straight. See dad who sang What does it mean to straighten the arrows?
Right or to hit the target. So, set dedeaux meaning asleep, meaning hit the target, meaning do whatever you have to do properly. In other words, do it right. Do what has been commanded. And do it right. Don't compromise. Don't fall back. Because when we try to make things easy for ourselves, we start compromising. For example, if a person says, Oh, it's too difficult for me to pray before they even start praying, so no, no, no said they do do it right. Try to attain perfection. What caribou, caribou caribou, tried to be as near as possible to perfection. Well over here has been understood as Oh, or meaning be perfect. And if not possible, at least try to be close to perfection. be
perfect, do it right. Or try to be perfect. Try your best to do it, right. So for example, assignments and tests, do them on time properly, do your best, give it your 100%. But if you are in a situation where it's not possible for you to give it 100% of your time, then try to be as near as possible to perfection. So for example, you're preparing for your test. Now one is that you study from morning until nighttime, if your schedule allows you go ahead. But if it doesn't allow you, then don't keep your children hungry. And say, I'm not doing anything today, you are on your own because I have a test tomorrow, I have a test a test, I have a test. You are on your own, I don't
know you you don't know me. Know, if you cannot do it. 100% try to be as close as possible. Do whatever you can do. Because as women, our problem is that either we want perfection, or we want nothing. We say I do I want to do it perfectly, or I'm not going to do it at all. No, do whatever your situation allows you to do. The ideal is that they do if that's not possible coreboot that every person situation is different. So you're striving we're in the scenario. So for you to every person has to strive and do the best that you can caribou, Sosa dito caribou. And the fact is that we have been told to do everything properly, to do everything right. But can any person claim that
they are perfect? No one can claim that. So you can never claim to be perfect, but you can try to be near perfection. Party boo. Well, AB issue, this is a result, we happy, rejoice. When you've given your best when you've tried to be as close as possible to perfection, then be happy. For example, you tried your best to study. And to do very, very well on your test. You try to party boo. And the result that you got was perhaps not something that you wanted, you aim for a 90, you got 80 be happy, be grateful. And ultimate thing is that, given the situation that a person isn't if he tries to be near perfection as close as possible, then he will get the reward of perfection even up she'll
be happy. And also that be happy. We can also understand this as don't become boring and don't display, sadness and misery and worry all the time. Because when we're trying to do everything perfectly, we become very sad people. We become very boring people, depressing people, giving angry people giving up negative energy that even children are afraid to approach us. She's on her computer right now. Don't disturb her. She's got the blue book open, don't disturb her. I'm sure we'll be happy. Relax. And also sometimes I'm trying to near perfection, we deprive ourselves ourselves of halaal delight of halaal enjoyment. Like for example, I want to make sure that I'm wearing my hijab
perfectly. So I'm going to wear socks all the time. Therefore, I'm gonna wear boring shoes all the time, even I'm going to a wedding. And it's going to be segregated. I'm not going to wear those nice sandals because my feet might show were longer by a please. And be happy and wear those sandals, please wear long Goodbye, that will cover your sandals, cover your feet. And if you're not 100% happy, take your sandals with you there and wear them there. But please be happy. Don't become a boring person. The religion does not require this from us that when you have this attitude of all or nothing, then if you have it all, then you're happy. And if you don't have it all done, you become
sad and upset. So try to have it all said they do. But if you cannot caribou and be happy. in Jakarta. Let us see the knuckle. So sometimes we focus on what we're not able to do too much. And because of that we become more sad and upset and angry and depressed. No focus on what you are able to do. And when you're grateful then you will be able to do more
needs to be perfect in everything if I'm cooking,
cleaning, perfect studying perfect. So at times, I noticed that if I can do it perfect, I left it. Exactly. This is the case what you're saying. But I was thinking why this is in the geography man. Because the more this is why because you like him. And so you're doing that. The more you study, the more you try to develop the demand, the more you get, okay, what happens if you don't make a mistake, because then you can continue now being doing multiple things, if I think I'm going to get my 100 marks on my test are going to be get offended. So I'm going to leave it. So better you keep doing this is what is required for no movement. No matter what you are doing before, if I used to
get even a point two, five less marks my kids know at home, mom is not in good mood. She didn't get 35 or 25. She got 24.75 today. So this is how I was now if there's a mistake, who cares? This is how it should be. I mean, definitely you should try to do everything perfectly. Bring your son and do your actions. But if you're in a situation where it's not possible for you then don't you know overburden yourself, because then you're not going to enjoy what you're doing. And why is it necessary to enjoy what you're doing so that you were happy, you're a happy person and you're a grateful person and that you're near stays correct. That you have to strive to So abishola was there
no seek help our beloved wati wa hottie what is a doula? a doula is a trip that is taken at the beginning of the day. And the Roja is a trip a journey that is taken when at the end of the day was Shay in Minot. dolger donita is a trip that is taken when at nighttime. So basically, these words are used for what journey and travel trips. Remember, or wha hoo ha, morning journey in the evening journey of Solomon are listening through. And so, three times have mentioned over here beginning of the day, end of the day, and a little bit of the night, the Arabs, when they would travel, they would use these times. Why? Because it was most convenient and most efficient to travel at these
times. midday has not been mentioned. Why? Because if you set up that time, you're gonna burn in the heat, you're gonna get exhausted very quickly, all night. That's not right. Why? Because nighttime is essentially time for what rest and sleep. So just as you journey in your worldly journeys, in your worldly travels, at what time are the morning, end of the day, and a part of the night. Similarly, journey towards Allah, how using these times to do what you have to do. In other words, the prophet SAW a lot of cinemas teaching us effective time management, make use of these times. If you work at these times, if you do either at these times, then you will do what you're doing very
efficiently as well as effectively. Think about it. midday, when you're doing something, afternoon time. Are you tired at that time, you are very tired. Why? Because you've been up since morning, working, working, working. And now right in the middle. If you start doing something new, you're gonna be exhausted. So for example, as soon as you go home, if you sit down with your book and your notes, and are you gonna be able to study, no, not at all, you won't be able to when is the ideal time, morning. And secondly, end of the day, when the kids are sleeping when everybody's done with their dinner, everybody's doing their work. So at that time, make use of that time, don't waste that
time. And thirdly, a part of the night. So journey in your journey towards Allah, just as your journey in your journeys of this world, you choose that time which is most effective. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is teaching us time management over here.
A lot of time is wasted. You could say if you try to do your work at other times, you end up using a lot of time, and you will not accomplish much. But if you do a little bit of work even at this time, you go a long way. Part of our problem is that we complain all the time that I don't have time. I'm too busy. I don't have time at all. But the fact is that we have to make time we have to make time. And especially these three times. This is when generally you're on your own generally, except for perhaps mothers who have little children, but generally you're on your own at these times, early morning, end of the day, and a part of the night. So make use of these times. I'll give you my
personal example. When I go home from here, dinner comes in and you know one thing after the other until the kids are sleeping. And then you have I'm sure many of you will experience the same thing. And then you have some time when you can actually do something. If you as soon as you go home you open up your books and you like trying to study and cook and look after the crying children at the same time. You cannot
Anything, then you'll be drained. But if you don't open your bag at that time, just give attention to your children, feed them, feed the family, go clean, whatever they're sleeping, then you open up your bag, take half an hour, 45 minutes, but that 45 minutes where you can concentrate is much better than two hours where you're not able to concentrate. Similarly, early morning, and also part of the night. My Mother, she always used to advise us and other people as well, that when you're mentally tired, then you start doing physical work. She gave me her personal example that when she was in university, she would study in the library all day, then she would come home, and then she'd
be mentally exhausted. Even if she tried to study she wouldn't be able to say she would do her, you know, laundry, or tidy up or whatever at that time. But when you're active and alert, don't start cooking at that time. Don't start ironing at that time, don't start doing laundry at that time. No, because when you're physically tired, can you concentrate, you can't. But when you're mentally tired, you can do physical work that doesn't require much brainpower. Because all you need is a cue and your brain will do the work automatically. Your brain does not even work much when you're doing something that you do in a routine. So, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that make use of these
times and accomplish your tasks worship Allah subhanaw taala at these times. So, in this Hadees we have been taught about maintaining balance, maintaining the right balance and how is balanced maintained, not by making things difficult upon ourselves nor by making things too easy on ourselves. Balance is maintained by doing what you have to do, how properly in the most efficient way and how can that be done when you do it at the right time. So for proper task management, what do you need proper time management. This is what will bring balance in our lives. Let's continue above a Salatu means Eman. A Salah prayer is from a man meaning it is a part of a man will call
Allahu taala and the statement of Allah soprano data one that can Allahu Lille Dr. Eamon acoem. And Allah would never you would not waste your Eman. The irony meaning Sila tocom. By the way, what is the word here and he means
he or it means what is this word? The Ernie it is a feral, isn't it?
Yeah, Annie Yes. riilu Okay, Ana, meaning he meant by that Yeah. And he he means by that? So yeah. And he salata comb your Salah erindale Bates, near the house, what it means as you're praying seller facing the bait, which betas is beta blockers? Because we know that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when he migrated from Mecca to Medina, he prayed Salah, facing which Scribbler by democracy in Makkah, he faced the Kaaba in such a way that the karma would be between him and Baden McCullough. So he would be able to pray facing both ways. But after that, he didn't know he was between the karma between Makkah and Jerusalem. As a result, he could either face karma or he could face later
noctus and he was commanded by a loss of parameter that he had to face by to muchness. Why because the you who were in Medina, right the hood were in Medina, and we know that the youth were who the previous oma, the previous believers the Alcatel they were the previous believers, so their actions have to be the same, and also inshallah, as we we learned the Hadees that they like the fact that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did that they felt closer to him, and this was a way of they're coming to Islam as well. So anyway, we know that eventually the tribler was shifted to Makkah. Kava, so the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had to face Kava again. But then when that happened, people were worried
about the Salah that they had prayed facing baitul Mark, the last panel diner revealed Americana la Julio lira E. Monaco, Allah would not waste your Eman. So Salah has been called Eman over here. Why do you think Salah is called a man? What does a man include? Just action? What else does it include? belief in the heart. A man includes the action of the heart. It includes statements of the tongue it also includes other actions of the limbs. And if you think about it, Salah does it include all of these four things? Yes, it does. You have to have the right belief in your heart that you're praying with the last four who Allah subhanaw taala because he's the one who deserves worship. This is the
purpose of your creation. Secondly, I'm a little call animal called like a class like for sure. Like fear by call love. You have to have out of this infinite. out to listen. What do you say in Salah? It's all speech, isn't it? From Allahu Akbar to assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah you were saying something or the other in every step that you take and Sunnah and actions are also involved. So this is why Salat is called Eman because it includes all these four components and this shows towards the end
Man is incomplete without Salah. If a person does not pray then his email would be incomplete.
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an Ebola he an obeah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, Ghana, he was a Wella first math Kadima, el Medina, Ghana. Oh well, Mr. Padma Medina, the first time that he arrived in Medina that he went to Medina or the one he advanced towards, so the first time he went to Medina, meaning when he migrated, where did he go? Nasrallah? He literally means descended, where alleged that he found his grandfather's, what does it mean by this Nasrallah to descend? Remember, I told you that the word Nasrallah is used for coming down? Why? Because primarily, it means arriving at your destination? Why? How, because when you arrive at your destination, you descend from your
vehicle, your animal, is it and you descend, you bring down all of your luggage as well. So NASA gives the meaning of arriving. So the first time you came to Medina, he arrived where he stayed where alleged that he was his grandfather's. Oh, Carla, or he said a while he his maternal uncles. Why? Because Minal I'm sorry, from the inside. So this shows that the prophets of Allah Saddam's maternal family was from where Medina remember, when the profits or losses mother passed away, just coming back from yesterday. And on the way back, she passed away at the place of abode. So he had relatives in Medina and he stayed with them first, and then he moved on to elsewhere. What does it
show to us, relatives have a hookup on you have a right upon you. So if you go to a city, where your relatives are, they have the most right of hosting you. Even if it's for some time, let's say it's inconvenient for you to stay there for longer, or you have a better option of staying somewhere else because your work is over there. When you go there first meet them, and then do whatever you have to do. This is one of the prophets that a lot of
wonder who and indeed he saw like he prayed kybella two words meaning facing beta blockers, beta blockers in Jerusalem. So he started praying were towards beta blockers for how long sit better six eyeshadow 10 meaning 16 shadow months, so he prayed facing vital markers for how long 16 months? Oh, or sebata shadow shadow and 17 months. So the first 16 or 17 months they prayed facing beta blockers. What kind of your aduba who what kinda and it used to your jubu meaning used to like it. This is what he wanted us to wish What? Um takuna that it would be similar to his Qibla be Brunel Beatty towards the house which made this this Baitullah meaning Kaaba in Mecca. So he prayed facing
by two doctors because that was a command of Allah. However, what did he want to do? Face by Allah in Mecca? Well Allah who Salah, and indeed he prayed over la salette in the first prayer saleha that he prayed, Which one was it? So that that was three. So that would also mean the first prayer that he prayed facing Baitullah, because he used to wish that it would be Baitullah and eventually we know what the command came. So when the command came, the first one that he prayed facing beta lacava was with Salatu was Salam Amara, who and he prayed with him who komen a group of people, a group of people prayed with him facing karma, but obviously everybody did not know about it that the
command had come to Qibla had been changed for her Raja Raja Lin. So a man left from where man from the ones who Salama Who? from those who prayed with him. So those who prayed with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam one man from them from on them after he prayed, he left. He went on his way after the surgery, you can imagine people are praying when they're done, he went away. And then from an RA he passed by Allah upon Anima student people of a Masjid were home and they rocky una, they were doing bluecore meaning they were performing salah and which way were they praying towards beta like this, but the command had already come to pray aware towards beta law, but they did not know. So
when he saw them praying towards beta mock this, he said for pilot so he said a shadow Billa he I bear witness by Allah I call Allah witness mean I swear by Allah, La de la to certainly I prayed. Mara Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Viva La mascota towards Makkah, by Allah I just prayed with the Prophet facing
Maka. So what happened? These people were in record. And they heard that. So what did they do? Find out Oh, so they revolve determined, though that all you do to go around. So they turned around, come out home as they were meaning in rocor pivotal Beatty two words, the house of Allah. Because remember, when you're facing the Kaaba in Medina, your back is towards Jerusalem. When you're facing Makkah, your back is against Jerusalem. And when you're facing Jerusalem, your back is towards Makkah. So they were facing Jerusalem when they were told by Allah I just prayed with the Prophet facing karma. So what happened? They turned around
you understand the Duke a complete turn in watch in their position, come home as they were. And then what happened? What can I tell you who do and the Jews used to or the our Java home? They used to like it. In Canada when he used to mean the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to use it, he prayed develop it. They used to like the vibe of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to pray towards beta democritus they liked it. Well, I don't get me as well as the People of the Book. Who does that refer to? The Christians meaning all of the the Jews as well as the Christians all of the that they liked it that he prayed facing Jerusalem, but falamos Allah would you who, but then when he turned
his face, they were invaded towards the Baitullah and Kuru they're like they dislike that they disapproved of it. They didn't like it. Also hated the headset had the haircut and he had he had that under who that is how he narrated to us from Bharat in his Hadith, meaning in the Hadith that he narrated, that under who matter, that indeed he died, who died
upon the Qibla which Qibla facing Jerusalem covenant and to have Allah before it was changed, who died? region Salman. So in other words, some men died while they were still praying, facing which Scribbler Jerusalem. Badenoch, this war Cotonou and some were killed were when in the battles fallen leathery. So we did not know man akula fee and what do we say about them? Meaning they died while they were praying towards beta knock this they weren't praying towards the actual peddler. So is your Salah going to be accepted? Is it going to be worth anything? What happened for ended Allahu taala so that is when Allah revealed what kind of lowly lira
you see how we are to understand the Quran with the Hadees otherwise you cannot understand some verses of the Quran you have to look at both of them together. Because the Hadees the Sunnah is you can say the context of certain verses, you cannot understand them without the context in mind. So this Hadees in a way is explaining what the verse Now what do we do on this hadith? First of all, we see the prophets that alyssum had maternal relatives in Medina. And when he arrived there, he stayed with them initially. And when he first came to Medina, he was praying towards may democritus. And this was at the command of a loss panda this was not out of his own wish, but this was at the
command of of law. Because if it was not at the command of Allah, he would have been corrected, just as he was corrected in other ways. librato huduma, heilala hulak Lima as intellia home, but this is something that Allah did not correct for 1617 months, they were praying facing beta blockers. And what was the reason? Why was he required to pray facing beta blockers for some time? Why it serves many purposes. That basically, that the religion is or the source of the religion is the same, that Islam is only a continuation of the religion that Allah subhanaw taala revealed previously. It's not something different. Exactly. It's not a new religion, rather, it's a continuation. And that's
exactly what we know about this Deen of ours, that this Quran is will suggest for what was before. And also that when the Qibla was changed, eventually from Badal noctus. To Carver, this was to in a way indicate the you that the religious leadership was taken away from that now. They were not worthy of it anymore. And we know that the Qibla was always Baitullah in a well abating Well, they're all in s melody be berkata that was the first house of worship and that is what the people faced. And to remind our listener, it was at his time, when the mustard was built, that people started facing metal knock this but before that they would face what the carbon Baitullah. And we
know that Ibrahim Hassan was the one who built the carbon, isn't it? So all of his descendants obviously would face the carbon in prayer. So this was the original
Qibla just for some time, it was shifted, and then eventually it was shifted back again. But primarily from the Saudis, what do we learn that Salah is email? This is why Mr. Mohan is mentioning this,
that we see that people were praying together and there comes one man. And he was witnessed by Allah. And people change the Qibla as they were they moved. What does it show to us that certain movements are obligatory in Salah. We're not allowed to move here and there unnecessarily, but certain movements are obligatory. So for example, if you're praying, when somebody tells you, you're not facing the right Qibla, don't ignore them, nor break your Salah No, just turn. Similarly, if you realize in the middle of your solid that, for example, your shoe has some filter dirt on it, then take it off, if you praying with your shoes on that movement is there but it is necessary. Yeah,
because the prophets would also do that. I mean, he would say, look, we're facing the Qibla. And then he didn't care as to where the animal turned right or left or that didn't matter. For the fault. You have to face the Qibla. And for the fact you don't pray in your car, you have to pray standing. Okay. Okay, let's continue. Web Hosting is salmon Marie, the excellence or the beauty of a person's Islam? Why is this mentioned in cuttable? Email?
Does the man have anything to do with that? Aren't we supposed to perfect and beautify our actions? Isn't it? Yes, we are required to do that. After a man after believe one must beautify his actions. Automatically con, Malik said,
Do you notice something here? It's not had done. He says Paulo Malecon. he's quoting Malik. He's not narrating the Hadees from him. He's not taking the Hadith from him. He's just quoting it. Why? Why?
And then he mentioned the chain that Malik had. So Mr. Malik had this Hadees he wrote it or he thought it or something. But remember what he got to know about it? He just quoted it as it was without saying that he narrated to me why? Because first of all, it's quite possible he didn't have this chain. Do you understand? Because I mean, to go someone that they narrated to me, you have to have heard it from them, you have to have learned it from them. And to just read it somewhere in a text that's different. By For example, we cannot say Buhari narrated to us. And we claim that we cannot because we never heard it from him that we can say among Buhari has quoted this. And this
shows the Amana that he maintained the manner that he had, because you know people, they say yeah, I learned from so and so whereas you just read it in their book. But you claim that as if you were you are their student, and they were your teachers, if you had a person relationship? No, there should be a manner. And also, many times it happens that people, you know, there's an idea, and people steal it, and they claim that it's theirs. You know, this is why they have intellectual property, copyrights and so on and so forth. But look at our Dean, look at our scholars that how truthful and honest they were, if they didn't have a chain, they didn't just make it up. They quoted it as it
was. And it's also quite possible that Mr. mojari only quoted what Malik said, okay, and he didn't narrate it. Why because this version of the Hadees is does not meet the strict criteria of authenticity. If it did not meet his strict criteria of authenticity, he wouldn't narrate it as equities. He will just quote it as somebody is narration but not his own narration to get it, so panamerican Warren is AWS lambda and an author of near sat in a hobo who anniversary dinho deja
vu Samira Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on your own, either Islam Allah Abu, when a servant submits meaning when he accepts Islam when he becomes a Muslim. And then for her Sunni Islam, whoo hoo. And then he also beautifies he perfect See, he beautifies is Islam. Then what will happen? You can feel Allahu Allahu Allahu expiate, from him. Cool, let's say at an everything that can as Allah for her that he previously did. Everything that he committed previously, Allah will remove it when just when a person accepts Islam. But what's the second condition for her Sunni Islam? he perfected he beautifies it as well. What kind of Baraka Delica and after that is what Alka sauce retribution?
What does it mean by that? That when a person embraces Islam,
and then he perfects his Islamic beautifies
Islam, then all of his previous sins, what are they wiped are finished, you can feel alone, Allah removes them. But then from that point onwards, there is going to be a sauce. What is pithos retribution because of yours and its literal meaning not technical meaning literal, meaning that there's going to be retribution, meaning whatever he does, he will be held accountable for. So if he commits a sin, He will be held responsible for the previous ends, yes, he's forgiven, but the sins that he commits From now on, he will be held accountable for them. So what kind of about the Delica purposes? And what is the sauce that will happen? I do a good deed, bear actually I'm selling 10
times, it's like, meaning a good deed will be multiplied how many times 10 times do a less severe me Do 700 times it was a year or two. And the same evil we mostly have. It's like only Illa at the jail was a lot more under except that Allah forgives him for it, meaning he overlooks that. So when a person in versus Islam and he beautifies it, then all his previous sins forgiven, but from that point onwards, what happens if he does a good deed, Allah will multiply that good for him from 10 to 700 times, and if he does bad, we will only get one sin for that unless Allah forgives that as well. Now, the reason why Mongoloid is quoting this Hadees over here is for Hassan Islam. These are the
words, what does it mean by beautifying once Islam? How can a person make his Islam herson beautiful, that whenever he performs any action of Islam, any action, he does it with a flawless sincerity, because that's when the action will be beautiful. And secondly, following the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So it's not that a person says okay, La ilaha illa Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Muhammad Rasul Allah, it's time to pray, I'm not going to pray. Or it's time to do this. No, I'm not going to do this. I have to do this. And I'm not going to do this. No, has to know he has to do something as well. And then he will not say yeah, I pray. But whenever I feel like or however I
feel like no, you have to pray the way the Prophet sallallahu Sallam taught you. And you have to have a class that a person does not have love for, for example, the idols that he used to worship. No, he has a class now. So when a person makes Islam beautiful, meaning he wholeheartedly and completely enters into Islam, wholeheartedly and completely enters into Islam. Whoo hoo, Rufus Tell me Kapha that Islam is a part of his life is baffling and his light, his heart, his feelings, his thinking, as well as his actions and his words, he is completely entered in this way, then all of his previous sins are forgiven. and thereafter, there will be losses, if he does good, he'll be
rewarded many, many times for it, if he does evil, he will be held accountable for it. Or Allah may even forgive that. So this shows to us that the actions that we do, how should we do them? With her son,
okay with her son with beauty with perfection. This is also a part of a man. Yeah, because a Thai woman at lumbee come and let them Bella. This is also in a way applicable to a person who was doing wrong before then he does doba when he does know whether nison inshallah, if the Toba is sincere is accepted, he is forgiven for that. Then after that, from that point onwards, he should be careful about every action of his name on mojari mentioned the Hadees that he has, which is similar to this. How does he know his helicopter monsoon Missouri and Karla had the center of the reserve the color of Parana Maroon on her moment, and Abby hudaydah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam either
center her Dooku Islam or who? Either center when he does good, how do kumana view Islam is religion is Islam, meaning he improves it. He does it properly. He beautifies it he perfected and how does he perfected with Islam and with following the Prophet sallallahu Sallam for kulu has anything then every day Dr. Mundo has that he does took double it is written Lahu. For him, every deal that he does is written for him how we are actually insanely at 10 times it's like, meaning 10 times more. Isla Sudbury meet at 11 to 700 times what colusa he attained and every sin Yamato had that he does it took taboola who it is written for him immensely here. It's like reading a sin is written only
once but a good deed is written there word is multiplied many many times more. So the meaning is similar. But I have Bodine in a law he had a woman who have Bodine most beloved have been in a lot to Allah is the one mobile it's most consistent. What it means by Dean over here is Reba
acts of worship, the acts of worship which Allah loves the most. Which ones are they? The ones that a person does consistently? regularly? Not here and there, and then nowhere No, regularly had this no Mohammed who Santa had the scenario here and he Chairman pallone Abby I*a so I should have known her she is narrating the unabomber sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the hola la her. He entered upon her being he came to the house. I showed it to her. Her doula were in the her and with her wuzhou mo at an omen. So he came home to the diner and he found there was a woman with our children her collar, he asked her when daddy we should call it furlanetto. She said so and so. Meaning she
told him as to who she was, and she told him about the name but the name has not been narrated that guru. She mentioned min salata herself, meaning I should have the learner then mentioned What about the Salah of that woman, meaning she started praising her Salah. She started praising our children who started praising the center of that woman, perhaps that woman was in some of the corner or somewhere else or she wasn't there. While the prophets of Allah zone was talking to her, she'll lean on her. But anyway, he asked her, and I showed it on her, she started praising that woman and her sweater. And from another version, we learned that this woman used to pray all night long. So I
should only on her praised her. I mean, she was impressed, like any one of us would be impressed so far that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said ma, ma, do you remember the word ma?
It's a word that you cannot give a grammatical definition to, because it's not wish duck. Like, for example, it has been said that it is unfair. However, you don't go into saying okay, what's the root of it? Like you would say for any other word, these are off those words. Ma is used for showing disapproval or to stop a person from what they're saying. It is used with regards to apply some meaning enough stuff. So for example, if a person is praising someone constantly like Okay, fine. Similarly, my meaning enough, Okay, that's enough. And then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, I lay come upon you Bhima with that which totally accoona you are able to do, meaning you are supposed
to do what you are able to do, do what you're able to do. You must do what you're able to do, not what you're not able to do. Because for Allah He, for By Allah, La Yama, Lula who Allah does not get tired or bored. Hector until tomoloo, you will get bored. You get weary of doing what you're not able to do. And then you stop but Allah does not get tired. Well can and it was a habit, Dini, the most beloved of the mean, the most beloved acts of worship lie to him and into Allah is what Madame la husar hibou mad at which dam, he remained constantly, who saw hibou its companion, meaning the one who's doing it. So the most beloved action to analyze which one, the one that the person does
how regularly and constantly, there are many things that we can learn from this are these first of all, there's no harm in telling a person about the name of an individual they're asking about. Like, for example, if you're talking on the phone, and your husband asks you who you're talking to, there's no harm in him asking, or in you telling, okay, because we feel that Oh, why is he being so suspicious? And it's up to me? Why do I have to tell him about everything that goes on? No, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam given he asked, Who is this woman? He didn't say, oh, Sister, don't look at her and go away. No, normal, you come into your house, somebody is over no harm in asking who it
is. Because when we think about, you know, hijab and segregation, we think, oh, no one should ever come across another person and you can't even by mistake talk to a man on the phone. Forget about mentioning the sister's name. No, religion is not unnatural. Okay? It's natural that such interactions will happen. But obviously, you stay within the bounds. Okay? So, the prophets are allowed to master that, Who is this woman? So I should know that I mentioned her name. And I showed that I was very impressed by that woman. So she started praising her son at all she prays all night, you know, like, when somebody asks you about someone, then you start praising them. Or, you know,
the sister, she's the one who does such and such. And that brother, he's the one who does that and that and we get very impressed and that's one of the first things that we mentioned in order to describe them. So I showed that on also describe that woman with what her excessive worship persona
But the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was not impressed. Why? Because this woman used to pray all night long. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that you must do what you are able to do. Don't overburden yourself with what you cannot do. Because if you burden yourself with what you cannot do for longer, eventually you will get tired, you will get bored. But Allah, He does not get tired of recording your deeds. For a law, he lay him a low hotma loop, and the most beloved actions to Allah which ones, those which are consistent. So any action that we do, we should do it consistently. And that is only possible, if we're actually able to do it. Because we don't want to be like the one who
says, I used to do such and such, but then I stopped doing it. Don't be like that The Prophet said a lot of them advised even remodel that are no, don't be like the one who says, I used to pray in the night. But then I stopped. We want to be like that. And also, we want to die in a state while we are doing something good. And that's only possible if we do it consistently and regularly. It will not happen just by chance. So consistency is required. those actions are the most beloved to Allah subhanaw taala. And we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam his way was also one way of consistency. That it's amazing how he's put these are these incredible man, that where a man has so
much importance and requires action from us. And so many great actions have been mentioned that you raise the bar, you raise the standard for yourself, however, be moderate. And whatever you do, do it consistently. You see how one Buhari is not just writing that Hadees is also teaching us how to think he's fixing our thinking. And you will notice have higher highs from him and then a few principles he discusses. And then again, this action is from him and then a few principles he discusses and then again, these actions are from human because now we will learn about how going for the janaza is a part of a man. So he's mentioning actions not altogether, but spread out. Why?
Because then it's easier for you to do it. It's easier for you to digest the information that you really have to use your mind to understand the book.
So practical lesson will be hamburger and Chateau La ilaha illa Anta a stockbroker wanted to be like Assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh