Taimiyyah Zubair – Bukhari 019 Belief Hadith 51 56

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the use of "has" in religion and the confusion surrounding it. They emphasize the importance of researching to understand what is clear and clear to the majority of people and the need for people to be aware of their emotions and consider their options. The speakers also emphasize the importance of treating people according to their position and position in the face of fear and distraction. They stress the importance of rewarding actions for others rather than just rewarding them for oneself.
AI: Transcript ©
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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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una celerra Sunil Karim Allah Bharath for the Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim for the strategy of solidity where Sidley emri teta Melissa Nia Coco de probenecid Narottama.

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We'll start from Heidi's number 51 Bob, no chapter heading has been given, but only bad has been written. Why

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is this something common in so he Buhari? Yes it is. Why does a mumble how do you do that?

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What's the reason

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that it is connected with the previous heading and other reason? It is self explanatory there is no need for a separate chapter title. Because as we see that sometimes, Mr. Bahari, what he does is that, to give the chapter heading, he writes part of the Hadees or he summarizes the Hadees by for example, the Hadees that we just learned about gibreel coming and asking about Eman Islam and your son, and also Massara. Remember how he summarized the entire Hadees

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so sometimes even Buhari would summarize it other times you would not give any chapter heading why because this is self explanatory. It's quite obvious which message is being given by mentioning that particular Hadees and sometimes even Buhari also would write back just to separate between the themes or topics you can say, just to create separation. So over here, he writes the Hadees that had the Ebola he would know Hamza Allah had doesn't even know he would massagin unsightly hint, I never knew she had been under Obaidullah hidden Abdullah and Abdullah Hubner Besson bow who are delivering our best he narrated him, he informed him either he said, Bonnie abou Sophia, and he said that Abu

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sufian informed me that another UCLA that hirako we have read this hadith earlier over here on the part of that same study has been mentioned that hirakata Allah who sell Taka Hayashi, Donna amihan persona that is a term that I asked you what are the those who believe in the Prophet sallallahu Sallam are the numbers increasing or decreasing? For Zonda unknown Musee? dawn so you have claimed that indeed, they are increasing? What a radical Emanuel diotima And likewise, his email until it becomes complete, meaning the followers of a particular faith of the true faith until it becomes complete, meaning the numbers keep increasing until the religion is complete.

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was an alcoholic? I hadn't suffered and Lee and I asked you if anyone leaves the religion after becoming upset by the dollar fee after having entered into it, I'm not going to work because we have done this earlier.

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For zonta Allah so you have claimed that no work radical Emmanuel and likewise is a man hanaa to hajo Basha, Tohoku when it gets mixed up when it completely merges with what the heart meaning it completely enters the heart layers Haku I hadn't none dislikes it ever. No one at all dislikes the true faith once it enters his heart once it gets absorbed into the heart. Now, why is it mentioning this Hardee's over here? The previous topic was the previous chapter heading was to prove that Dean includes Eman Islam is an as well as is an utter. So over here in this Hadith, what do we see that hirako he referred to Eman And then with the same thing how that we see over here was the alcohol he

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hadn't suffered and Li de vida endure the whole affair he was under Allah waka vertical Eman, Eman Hina Taha, little Basha, Tohoku and earlier also academical Eman. So basically, your employer is trying to prove over here that he man and Dean are the same thing. You cannot separate them. They're the same thing. Eman and Dean go together. When we think of Dean, what do we think of different commands, different actions that we have to perform? Right? Different rulings that we have to abide by? So this Dean is also even, it's the same thing. The chapter fugly the excellence of who man the one who is step leading he established? What does it mean by establish to seek Bara? What is Bara?

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This association innocence, being free of guilt being free of crime, one who is not guilty. So it's Debra Lee Dini, he is the one who saves his religion. The one who

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protects his religion meaning he wants his Dean to be free of any guilt free of any crime. You understand meaning his own practice of the deen. He wants that to be free of any crime. In other words, he tries to he seeks to protect his religion. And how does a person seek to protect his religion? By staying away from doubtful matters and staying away from those matters that can cause the person to slip and earn. So, the person who does this who is very careful in the matters of his religion stays away from doubtful matters at all. Then this person, remember how he writes for blue? Meaning, this person is excellent, that he has great virtue he has a great rank. So fog luminous

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Tableau Lydian he had the center a boon or a man had done as a career. And I'm in color Samaritan Norman of Nova shaden yaku he was saying, Sameera to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a school I heard the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam saying, Allah hallelujah Yunnan will helambu the union, Allah Allah,

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what is Helen, how would you translate that lawful matters? What are they, by being there clear and held on? prohibited matters? They're also by in clear what baina Houma and between the two meaning between the Hillel and the harem, are what Mischa Barton doubtful matters and these doubtful matters, layer aloha learnosity, Aloha, he knows it. Who does not know it, Kathy Ron Mina, nurse, many among the people, majority of the people do not know about what the doubtful matters. However, there are some people who know whether those matters are halal, or how many things it's clear, it's not everybody knows about the many things it's clear it's not everybody knows about that. But

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there's some things that are unclear and the majority of the people they do not know whether it is hidden or held on there are in confusion about it. But it does not mean that there are no people who don't know about it. No There are people who know whether it's halal or haram. So, this does not mean that there are some matters which are unclear in our religion, no, in our religion, Allah subhanaw taala has not left us in ambiguity he has not left us in confusion for every single problem for every single matter. We can find guidance in the Quran and Sunnah. So we're bainer whom we shall baton layer Allah Maha Catherine milanes. feminine Taka so whoever it Taka, he protected himself

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meaning he stayed away from Alisha bahat that matters established early Dini, where a lady he has protected his religion, and also his honor, honor, woman worker, and whoever work are he falls into meaning he commits fishability in the doubtful matters, that he is care of are in like a shepherd. Which kind of Shepherd Yara, he takes his animals to pasture to graze, where holla around and Hema, what is a hammer, private property. So he is like a shepherd who is taking his animals to graze around a private property, you should go It is quite possible and you are pero who that he will actually fall into it, that he will go into it. In other words, evil trespass, Allah unquestionably,

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we're in an indeed legally mullikin for every cane for every owner, is what hammer the hammer, a private property, Allah unquestionably, in him Allah He, indeed the private property of Allah Fie Li in his Earth in his land, is what mehari Moo hoo, his prohibitions meaning those matters which Allah has made Haram. And unquestionably, what in and indeed Phil just said, he in the body, moo pattern, a piece of flesh, either solid head, when it is good, than solid hand gesture do then the body is good glue all of it what either and when fossa that it gets corrupted, then faster they'll just do, then the body gets corrupted kulu all of it.

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Allah unquestionably were and here it is and the heart. So you see the context of this hadith. Many of us have heard this Hadees about the heart, isn't it? But we see where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said it right in relation to which other statement what do we see in this hadith we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that all * Albion will haram by you

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commands in our religion are mainly of two types, matters that are hollow and matters that are hidden things that we are supposed to do and things that we are supposed to stay away from. And with regards to halal and haram there is absolutely no unclarity there is no ambiguity. For example, in the Quran Allah subhanaw taala says What a * Allah who will bear will have Rama Riba? Similarly, hood remoter Alaykum Omaha to cabana taco and then at the end, we're all Hillel accom Mela

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to them many places in the Quran and Sunnah where we see the word Hillel, where we see the word Halong. With regard to those matters, it's very obvious halaal you can do it and how long you have to stay away from it halaal is to be done and how long is to be abstained, both of them are clear. However, there are some matters about which the words halal and haram have not been used clearly. And we see that as times change as things change, right. As societies change as Muslims, their situation changes depending on where they are, how they are, then, new matters come up new issues come up is an ATO which were not a cause of concern at the time of the profits or losses. At the

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time it was a habit

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but they are a cause of concern today.

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If they were a cause of concern at that time, clear guidance would have been given this is a Hello or this is how long

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However, what happens as time goes by situations change more and more problems come up. So with regard to them, we don't have clear statements in the Quran and Sunnah, whether they are halal or haram can think of an example.

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For example, machines slaughter machines did not exist at that time.

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Cloning, okay.

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buying houses on mortgage Okay, photos, taking pictures with a camera. I mean drawing is different taking pictures of the camera is different. For example, plastic surgery for the purpose of purification. So anyway, there are many things that have come up today and we don't see any clear statement about it in the Quran and Sunnah, whether it's halal or haram. Okay. So, these matters what are they the wish that we had the most Shabbat? What are they the doubtful matters, it's from the word seen by her those matters which are doubtful, you can think of it this way, white, black and in the middle there is gray. So, there are some matters which are you can see the gray area and

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they are a cause of confusion or people are in confusion about it. And we see that the masses as they have these deltas, the majority of the people they are in confusion about it. Why are they in confusion about these matters? A due to not solely a lack of knowledge due to lack of knowledge. Okay.

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For example, they don't know what the Quran says they don't know what the Sunnah says. Because anybody we see a split in the society there are people who know about the deen don't know about the dunya people who know about the dunya don't know about the deen. So this is why you're lost, you're confused. You don't know what to do, what not to do. So first of all, lack of knowledge that is a big problem. That is a big reason why there are so many confusions that exist today. Secondly, busulfan deficiency in understanding or not understanding property, not understanding property, what the dean, the texts of the dean, or even the matters of the dunya let me give you an example. This

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is something that's very relevant to women as well. vaginal discharge that women have, there is no clear statement in the Quran or some other tells us it's not just or if a woman has it, she has to wash herself she has to perform will do again, with regards to bleeding, we know. But with regards to just clear vaginal discharge, there is no clear evidence in the Quran and Sunnah. But many times people say that you have to do will do it is not just why because it comes out of the private part and therefore you have to do will do. So. lack of knowledge, lack of understanding, if you understand this matter properly. There's a very good paper that has been thoroughly researched that

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is available on Muslim matters.com. And I recommend all of you read it for your own clarity and understanding as well. in which this sister she consulted doctors as well as scholars, and then she composed it all. So anyway, if you ask any gynecologist, any doctor, what's the reason behind normal vaginal discharge? There is no reason it's just like saliva in your mouth.

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So if you understand this properly correctly, is there any confusion? No. Is it a problem? No. Because if you understand this properly, you look at the text of the Quran and Sunnah. There is

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command that tells us you have to do will do or it nullifies will do, and especially when you understand it properly. So first reason behind confusion is what? knucks Knoxville. And secondly, puzzle fell from about the matter. He eventually said, You know, I think this is something normal, I don't think that there is necessary. So I was just saying that the fact that he even though he's a scholar, high, like high end scholar of the dean, but because he didn't understand what exactly the marital is related to women, generally people don't talk about it. This is why it was unknown, it was unclear. So when you research it more when you study it more, when you look at the Medical

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aspect as well, then things become clear and clear. Then the third reason behind confusion behind these ambiguities is Sewell a rather evil intention. What does it mean by that? That people use the text of the Quran and the Sunnah? Why to suit their own desires, they will interpret according to their own bias. And if even sometimes we see that clear text of the Quran and Sunnah are there, they will turn away from it. For example, we see that matters that are very clear and obvious. For example, when it comes to praying the Salah, is there any difference between the Salah of men and women except for hijab? No, there is no difference because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, so I

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look for a time when you sadly, isn't it and the Sahaba they narrated how the Prophet sort of Allison used to pray and there's so many a hadith which tell us about how he prayed, which tells us that there is no difference between the Salah of men and women.

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However, if you go into certain schools of thought, they will say for example, a woman has to do such that in this way, a woman has to stand in this way. She has to bend in this way. What's the evidence for it? What's the de Lille for it? And are there not other evidences that contradict that? Of course there are but they will not go for those evidences Why? Because it does not suit their desire, so they will disregard that. They will disregard that evidence and then people are in confusion. Okay, tell me, how am I supposed to pray? So what does it tell us to get out of confusion? What do we need to do? gain more knowledge? increasing our understanding, isn't it so and

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look at the text of the Quran and Sunnah with an open heart with an open mind not with our bias, because the one who has the right intention has a sincere intention. And he strives he puts an effort, then he will reach the truth, he will find the truth he will reach it. And even if his final decision on what he's going to do, even if it's incorrect, he will get the reward for his HD head.

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So, the solution to dealing with these problems is what that we gain knowledge understanding and also open up our minds and hearts. And we made the heart to a loss of panel data along

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with the battle about what is openedge

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So, what is this Hadees? Tell us? How that is clear? How long is there between them are matters that are ambiguous or unclear, which are unclear to who majority of the people But this shows that they are not unclear to some people and those some people are who those who have been given knowledge who have been given fun and who look at the text of the Quran and Sunnah with an open heart in mind, but the general rule is that as long as you are in confusion, okay, as long as you're in confusion, you are unclear what are you supposed to do? The Hadees tells us stay away from doubtful matters. As long as you're in confusion, you're researching, you're trying to figure out is it okay, is it not?

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Okay? What should you do then? play safe? Better be safe than sorry. Okay, so there are these elders, that family talkin Misha Bahati, estaba le Dini, where a lady, the one who stays away from these doubtful matters, he will protect his religion and also his honor, his religion, how will you protect meaning he will be good in his religion in the sight of a muscle panel data, he will protect his honor preserved how that he will be good in the sight of who people. People also consider him righteous. So he's such a person will protect his religion, as well as his honor before Allah and also before people. A woman walk our official hottie and whoever falls in the shoe hat, whoever

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commits the shoe bat indulges in them, then he is like, what, like a shepherd who is grazing very close to or around the private property of someone else.

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What does this show to us the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is giving us an example over here so that we can understand what it means by indulging in doubtful matters.

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That when a person is indulging in doubtful matters, he will end up committing harm he will end up committing that which is prohibited. It will lead him to help

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He is more likely to commit the heroin.

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If you think about it, what is a hammer?

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He was what private property. And this word is actually used for the a piece of land, which is more green, more lush, something much better compared to the area that is around it. However, this piece of land is somebody else's private property. And they have also put a fence around it. Why? So that other people know this is private? We're not allowed to enter it, we're not allowed to go into it. How is this piece of land different from the rest of the area? It is more lush, it is more green, it is much better. So if a shepherd takes his animals around the himer, what's going to happen?

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The animals are going to go into the himer as well, you cannot control them, then, isn't it? You know that you're not supposed to enter but your animals? No, no, and especially if they're grazing right around the border, then they're definitely going to end up eating something from inside the human as well, even if they don't enter it. Because animals they can do that they can just stand on the border and you know, stretch out their necks and pick on wherever they want, whatever is accessible, so this will happen. So similarly, the Muharram those actions that are prohibited, what are they like the private property of Allah subhanaw taala that we're not allowed to enter? We're

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not allowed to trespass. If we go near it, if we go around it, then we are more likely to enter it, to fall into it.

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So it's best that a person stays away from doubtful matters and stays away from the home as well. Question

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the private property of somebody, if another person trespasses if a person enters it and abuses it, will he be prosecuted? Of course, he will be if he is caught, he will definitely be prosecuted. So if a person indulges in harm, is he punishable then Yes, he is. Similarly, if you look at the hammer, it is more attractive. Why? Because it is more green, it is more lush, the rest of the area, it is not as attractive. If you think about the Hema is smaller compared to the entire area around it. But what does the shaitan do? What does our naps do? It makes the Hema Mr. Hardy more attractive, even if they're not, but shaytan makes it more attractive. So even though everything

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else is permissible for us, what do we want?

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That which is prohibited? This is just like in general admiration, I was told wakulla minha rodenhiser, Toma wallet acaba de shadow, eat whatever you want, whenever how much ever no restrictions you're free, however, don't eat of this one tree. That's it. That's the only restriction you have. But what did shavon do? He made him eat of that tree.

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So this is exactly how the dean is majority of the things are halaal, only a few are held on but the knifes they shed on, they make that Helen attractive. But when a person indulges in it, when a person enters in it, then he will be prosecuted. This is trespassing. This is prohibited. This is not allowed. If there is a matter that is of confusion, right? You don't know whether it's okay or not. You are in confusion. You're unclear about it. What are you supposed to do remaining that confusion? Allah Subhana Allah says Allah, Allah decree, in quantum, let alone find out investigate, especially if it is of concern to you. If for example, you're a young person, you're not going to

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buy a house, you're not gonna do anything with you know, RSP funds at all. Okay, it's not of concern to you. But when you get of that age, then don't just walk into it know, before you go into it, research, investigate, find out and be sure about, don't just say, Oh, my parents did it. So I'm going to do it as well. I know that uncle does it. So I'm going to do it as well. No,

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you know, that generally people are in confusion about it. So find out investigate before going into it. And once you find an evidence, once you find a deal, then you are obligated to stick to it.

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You understand? Once somebody clarifies it to you, based on some evidence, and it makes sense to you, then you are supposed to adhere to that. You're not going to say oh, I'm going to remain in confusion. Scholars have differences of opinion, especially with regards to modern day problems and issues, isn't it? And the thing is that you asked two people that will give different opinions about it. So what are you supposed to do? Do nothing but what if it's of great concern to you, you evaluate both of them, and you go for the evidences that they have, whichever one makes more sense to you and besides is left the callback, right ask your heart and then adhere to that opinion. Don't

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pick and choose because this is what people do. They will go to one scholar if it suits them, they will take that if they don't like it. They will go to another just to get a yes from him.

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This is incorrect. That for example when it comes to moon sighting causes a lot of confusion, a lot of concern amongst Muslims. So what are you supposed to do? celebrate it both days. You can't do that don't celebrate either at all You can't do that either. You have to make up your mind. Do your research, okay? And whatever satisfies you Whatever makes you more sure stick to that opinion. Stay with that however, respect other people as well. I think that we learned that they've been it's easy but we like to stay we like to burden ourselves by staying in doubt like this What do we tell people? No You burden yourself by doing with a window to enter like Showtime plays on a knee don't

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feel like praying because you have to do every time. So Showtime really plays on this down into a clear and it leads to Fianna as well. cheating yourself. I was saying that heart is the high tech laboratory diagnostic center you just you know when the patient goes and they say okay we have to do the test. So you give the message to Allah subhanaw taala ask him and believe me the result will heart will tell you he will tell you and it will tell you everything and he will be satisfied by this diagnostic whatever the diagnosis had been done.

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And things we have been told what so many ways we induce the horror repeatedly made to our to Allah subhanaw taala do research find out and you will reach there someday

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the Hades Dharma you rebook Illa Allah you reboot. So leave what doubts you towards what doesn't have to be. So that really gives you complete peace of mind. Yes. However, if there is what what that is based on some evidence, then you can also take that, but not just because it suits your desires, not because of your bias. No. I remember when we recently attended this session about fake affirming, then at the end some of the sisters they came to me and they said that you know we studied about doing must have our head inside and not remove the scarf while the sheikh said that okay, you can do it over the scarf. So I use the same reference like okay, removing it is clear that

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam and his Sahaba they, they were allowed to do this, but the woman we don't know if they were allowed to do this. So that is the safest opinion. But if you're taking this opinion, to call, and you see there are different situations as well. For example, if you are in a situation where it is possible for you to remove your hijab, I mean, go ahead. But if you are in a public place, sometimes even if you go for Hajj, you are staying in Masada at night, and you go to perform Voodoo, it's open, you know that it's open, you're going to take up your hijab. Oh, no. So what are you going to do, then? Do it from above, or at least touch a little bit of your hair from

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the front how much ever you can reach. But don't go on removing your hijab and framing the must. So you see these different opinions. Sometimes they are also helpful in this way. Don't just follow blindly use your mind. Use your mind. Remember, in the Quran, we learned that about fasting that during the night of the first thing initially this however, we're not allowed to eat or drink or have marital relations if they slept after? If. So what happened? Some of them, they didn't other people, they didn't do it. They're made in confusion. So Allah subhanaw taala said, Arlene will love and Nicole, Luna and pusaka that you were doing piano with yourself. So don't remain in this

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confusion. Because if you're doing that you're doing piano with yourself. What are you supposed to do? Go and find out? Yes. aluna? Yes. aluna. Find out investigate, ask research. As those who know, use your mind. This is what we're supposed to you see sincerity. This is the key. And this is what will save a person even if you make some mistake, the right intention. Just before we continue, I want you to see a picture of humor that how our humor is especially in the desert. And my mother she was just traveling through the desert, and she saw how certain animals were in hammer. Right? They were just in a fenced area. So she sent this picture with her inadequately American Hema, Allah,

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Allah, He will leave my house. And we see that the animals they are so respectful of the borders, that if they are in a hammock, they will stay they will not come out. And if they're outside, they will not go in many times. The animals are very respectful.

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Do you see these camels and around them? Do you see the fence? Yeah, it's just wire basically. And inside you see a few green plants. You see them and around in the distance. And before that you don't see any plants. They're only a few. But we see that that camels are within that himer within that boundary. And if you look who's taller, the camels are the boundary. The camels are but still they're not trespassing. And if they do trespass, there is a problem. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that an hour in the field, just the modal Latin, either solid, solid * jussieu that indeed in the body is a piece of flesh. When it is good, the entire body is good and when it is

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corrupted, then the entire body is corrupted and what is a piece of flesh? It is the heart.

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So you have to ask your heart when you are in doubt when there is confusion, that what am I supposed to do? Just because somebody is telling me to do something or not do something, should I follow them? Does it make sense to me? Am I comfortable with this? Because the stronger the man is of a person, the more guided His heart is and the more guided His heart is, the more correct decisions a person will make in whatever he will do. Sometimes it happens that we are in a dilemma. We don't know whether we should follow what other people are telling us or what we know,

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isn't it, but then we tell ourselves, you know what my mother is telling me or my relatives are telling me? Forget about it. I'll just listen to them. The other day, this girl came up to me, she said that when she was getting married, she used to wear hijab at that time. But you know, everybody told her does your wedding day, doesn't matter. Forget about it, forget the hijab, it's okay. It's only one day, no big deal, and you only become a bride once. So she said she took it off just for that day. And people comforted her that you know, at least your head is covered with the verta covered yesterday's, but there's so much coverage over there. So anyway, she was she took it off for

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that day. And there were photographs that were taken by her photographer, and also friends and family members. And she said she continued wearing Hijab afterwards, however, her pictures are online, on different people's, you know, Facebook accounts, and so on and so forth. And she's asked him so many times to take them off, but they don't take them off. And they're open to the public. So she was asking, What am I supposed to do? So at this time at this situation, what should you do follow what other people are telling you or follow your heart

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after learning, and after doing something right, you should stick to it, even if other people are telling you otherwise. So you have to ask your heart, you're not doing something out of fear, you're doing out of love, you're so much conscious, you don't have to ask, this is the level of xR that you yourself, start with a lot and Nakata who, and if that is your stated in everything that you're doing, then you will be careful. So with regard to the heart, we learned in this statement that it is the center of what the body and the soul, it is the most it is the basis it is the essence of the body and the soul, because of the heart is good, the entire body is good. If the heart is corrupt,

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the entire body is corrupt. And if you think about it, the health of the physical body, what does that depend on the heart and the health of your soul. Also, what does that depend on the heart,

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we have to be very, very appropriate in the way that we approach other people. When we see them doing something that we don't agree with necessarily, you follow a particular opinion, they follow different opinions. And if you want to tell them about yours, then tell them in a nice way, tell them in a respectful way.

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Don't come down on them, don't start attacking them. Because when we start attacking them, then what happens is that people become defensive. And even if they agree with what you're saying, they're not going to accept, and they're going to get completely turned off, they're not going to come at all, they're not going to listen at all demand increases and decreases. Think about it right now you may be experiencing increase in a man, think about the time when you were experiencing a decrease in email to you are also there one day. And imagine if somebody looked down upon you, the way you are looking down upon others today, how would you feel. So we should also remain humble and not become

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arrogant about the knowledge that we have learned.

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So with regard to the heart, the statement tells us that it's the center of your body is the center of your soul, the heart is what thinks the heart is on what the entire body depends on. This also shows that when the heart decides something, when you decide to do something in your heart, then your body will follow. Whatever is in the heart, the entire body is going to get affected by it.

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If it's good stuff, the body will be good. What does it mean that whatever is in the heart will also come out on the job or on the listen. Because many times people say with a lot of emphasis, a taco, Hakuna Matata, Hakuna, that I'm just supposed to have the coin, my heart and whatever I do in my actions, you don't have any business with that. I have fear of Allah. You don't see that in my heart. But the fact is that if the quasar hoonah then it should also be

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she said it is in the federal, the human being, and everybody there is a light and right away it clicks for the cream. If you ignore it, it turns into the red, then you deviate. So if you consider it, you're successful. So it's in all of us, you can see what is right you can direct right away, but if you ignore it

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so if the heart is good, the entire body is good meaning if the heart is correct, if your heart is sincere, if in your heart you have fear than your body, your limbs will also follow and then you know in many died of heart is the first organ and if it stops working, then the rest of the body will follow.

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The first one, the first organ that's made, that starts to function, right and the rest of the body follows. If the heart does not pump the rest of it will not grow. And once the heart stops, the rest of the body will also stop. If it continues, the rest of the body will also continue

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the facade of the heart, that if the heart is corrupted, with ill intention with bias, with desires with muddled the disease of the heart, which are she will have been shut out. So if the heart is corrupted and the rest of the body will also follow. For example, if you have good feelings for a person will have shown your actions Yes, but if you have bad feelings will that show Yes? If you have who sure in your heart meaning in your heart you have fear of Allah will your body will also focus? Yes, but if the fear is not in the heart, then can the rest of the body follow it cannot.

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So this is applicable in every situation in everything. Let's continue.

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Bab Adele como si meenal even paying the homeless is part of Eman what is a homeless? The one fifth the one fifth portion of the war booty

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we have learned about it it's a little unfair. Can you open up find the IRA in which the distribution of the file is mentioned how it is to be distributed?

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Yes. recite the IRA properly.

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so in the side we were told about the distribution of war booty, right? That the four parts

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go to the soldiers and the fifth.

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Who does that go to Allah and His messenger and who did

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so giving the homos This is what a part of a man this is also a sign of what the hoodies for that had this and I leave New Jersey on a foreigner Sherpa to Avi Jota Carla come to Purdue Mark near a bass in a Bujumbura. He said that come to Colorado. I used to sit Mark near Bessie with him near a bus it'll live on who?

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Why do you think somebody would sit with him or birth to learn from him to study from him? So I used to sit with him on a bus and usually sunny he would make me sit earlier sorry he upon his own chair, his own sitting place.

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What does it show

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that even our vessel that aren't who would favor the student of his by the name of Abu Jamal for color so he said meaning one day even our basil Darren who said to me that a Kramer in the stay with me. Stay with me had that until edger Allah I make lacquer for you salmon a portion mimili from my wealth. Stay with me until I give you a portion of my wealth

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for come tomorrow who so I stayed with him Shalini for two months.

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similar color. Then he said indeed, with the delegation of Abdullah case of Abdullah case,

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lemma when it wouldn't be here sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when they came to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam Allah He said, Manila como. Who are these people, or money in a wife do Who is this delegation? Meaning Who are these people? The Prophet sallallahu Sallam asked them that Who are you? Meaning Where are you from? Which tribe? Were you? kalu they replied, or a beer or two for beer meaning the tribe of beer parlor. profits are about a certain set more haben welcome bill Cohn with the people open lefty or the delegation meaning welcome or you can or you delegation. Later Hosea. Well, Anna Dima, Hosea, once you are humiliated, that Emma wanzhou regret so welcome. May You not

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suffer any humiliation? May You not suffer any regret? meaning you're welcome here may your Stevie very good. This is a way of welcoming people

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for callaloo so they said your rasulillah Oh messenger of Allah innner indeed we learner stealthier we are not capable of an Tika that we come to you we are not capable. We are not able to come to you

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regularly, except Fisher Hill harami in the sacred month, we are only able to come to you in the sacred month, within an hour by nica and between us and between you, Heather hi you this drive men confetti mobile of the disbelievers of mother, meaning the strike of modal is between us and you, they are in the middle, they prevent us from coming or they make it difficult for us to come to you. For more NASA command as a marine with a command forskolin clear meaning give us clear instructions. Not maybe he we inform of it man who were under behind us, give us clear instructions that we can go and tell people who are back home whenever he will be he as a janitor and we can enter Jannah

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through it meaning tell us clear commands we can just follow them simple things so that we can entertain through them was Alou and they asked him and he'll actually buddy about certain drinks. So they asked him about clear commands and they also asked him about the drinks for amerihome so he commanded them be albarin with four he told them to do four things when I have him any forbade them apart from for things about our home, he commanded them via email and he believed he was the who he commanded them to have a man in Allah alone. And when he commanded them will even if Allah He was the Who? Allah He said Runa Do you all know? Are you all aware? Malema? No. belaire he was the Who?

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What is a man in Allah alone? Do you know what it is to believe in Allah alone? Oh, they replied, Allahu wa rasuluh Adam, Allah and His Messenger know best Allah, he said, Shahada to bearing witness, Allah, Allah Illallah that there is no god worthy of worship, but Allah will no more hamedan Rasool Allah, and that Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam is the Messenger of Allah, what ucommerce allottee and establishing the Salah, what he thought was the karate and giving us a care was the AMA Ramadan, and fasting in the month of Ramadan. We're under a coup and that you will give men from Alma Konami, the war booty, how much would you give a homeless the one fifth? This is what a man is.

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When I have home any altar forbade them and Oberyn from four things, and what is it that he forbade them from? I need a hand Tommy from the hantam with the bat, he ended the bat when nupedia and then appealed well, Missouri fatty and the Mazda were Obama and perhaps Allah He said, Al mocha, mocha and mocha What are they the same thing? What Allah and he said, If alumina memorize the meaning, memorize the things that I've taught you will be true and inform beginner with them when we're accom those who are behind you, meaning memorize these things that I've told you and tell the people that come about them as well. Now in this Hadees what has been mentioned that the Prophet sallallahu

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Sallam commanded them four things. The first thing that he commanded them was what, Eman Bella and then the Prophet sort of autism explained what Eman was, or the rest of the three things mentioned in this version. They're not mentioned over here. Do you see the Hadith? Amara homi Bhabha, what were those four things? Only one is mentioned Eman Bella, he was only the restaurant mentioned the things that he forbade them from they are mentioned over here.

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What did you see in this Hadees that Bujumbura he is narrating this Hadees from who even Ursula ano and Abu Jamal was a student of Airbus.

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And we see that the way they've been are best treated him that he would make him sit on his salary right next to him. In other words, he would make him sit right next to him. And then he also asked him to stay with him. And he also offered to give him money to sponsor him for something. What does it show that even our bass like a Bujumbura or not, he gave him a lot of importance, he gave him special attention. Why? Because he must have seen some potential in him.

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He must have seen some something good in him, this is why he gave him all that importance. What does it show to us that a teacher may give special attention to his student, if he sees potential in him and if he does, so, this is not favoritism, like we call it, If ever a particular student is being favored by a teacher, we become very upset, this is favoritism. This is bias. This is not fair. Know, if the teacher is preferring a certain student, there is a reason behind that. There has to be a reason behind that. So other people should not feel envious. And why is it that the teacher would prefer the student Why would he give him special attention? Why?

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Just because he has good qualities, but why is he giving him extra attention?

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Because he knows he can excel right? This is to encourage him to make him go forward because

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If he does not encourage him does not give special attention to him. That talent, that ability could be wasted, it could be lost in that person who becomes a sort of Algeria for him. Now, any person who has knowledge, what do they want that they pass it on to other people so that the work continues, isn't it, and with their death, when they're gone, the knowledge is not gone. Rather, it continues. So even our basil later on who also he gave special attention to Abu gemorah, because of this reason, he wanted him to learn from him so that he could pass it on, he saw potential in him. And If ever a student is preferred by his teacher, he should not become proud of himself. Rather, he

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should be grateful for the struggle of Allah, that eudaemonia it's not given to everybody, it's only given to some people. And if a person has been given that, then you should be grateful to Allah subhana wa Tada. where other people are not to be envious, the student who has been favorite should also not become proud. And at the same time, he should also be careful about what he says what he does, because it might, you know, instill bad feelings, ill feelings in other people. And besides that, the student if he is being given special attention by the teacher, then the students should also make himself available.

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These days, what has happened is that teachers are chasing the students, please do this, please do this. Why? Because they see some potential in the student. But what does the student do, they're too busy, they're too distracted, they have other priorities, they want to do something else. If the teacher is giving attention to you, take, you know, make use of that attention, make use of that opportunity, don't waste that opportunity. Because it's a huge favor. So when the teacher is making themselves available, we should also make ourselves available and not lose that chance.

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So we see here that even a wrestler I knew he would make him sit right next to him. And then he also asked him to stay with him. Why did even a wrestle that I asked him to stay with him? Because he said, stay with me, perhaps I can give you a portion of my wealth. Why did you do that? It is possible that genre, desire to go for jihad, and he could not afford to do so. So even our basil did, who said that you stay with me. And whatever money I will get, I will give you some so that you can go for jihad. So in other words, he offered to sponsor him he offered to take care of his finances, his expenses. So if our expenses are being taken care of, then what should we do with that

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time? No, take use of that opportunity, grab that opportunity, and learn the best that you can. Because many times it happens that students are sponsored fully or, you know, partly, but what do they do? They're very casual in their studies, very casual. This is not the right way. If an opportunity has been given to us, the headache has been taken away from us, then we should spend our night and day in learning make use of that opportunity. So even a Russell did I know offered him and Bujumbura he took that offer. He accepted that offer. And he stayed within our bus for two months. For two months, he stayed. And then he said after two months even our bus taught me this Hardee's.

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It wasn't that those two months even asked him anything. No, he just remembered that after two months, he narrated this hadith. And what was this hadith? It was the one about the left off our bill case, this Hades, Mr. Bahari refer to it earlier as well. Were in the chapter of Eman, Islam and the hadith of gibreel. So he referred to that this hadith says what and why did he refer to it to show that even includes what Islam or Eman Islam isn't all of them together are the

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so we see here that this left game, what is left? What is a delegation, a group of people that have been sent a delegation, a group of people that have been sent. And this was a delegation sent by who our bill pays. This is why it's called the left off our bill case, base was a person he sent this delegation at the profits of the listener. And when these people came to the profits on a lot of Senate, he asked about who they were. Why did he ask us to who those people were? Why did he ask about their tribe where they come from? Why is it important to know about the people who are in front of you? Yes. Because if you know them, only then you can treat them accordingly in the way

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that is appropriate. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said and Zillow, NASA, men azido home people in their appropriate positions, meaning treat them according to who they are according to their status. For example, if there is a fleet if there's a poor person, he doesn't know how to eat with a fork and knife. He doesn't know how to you know, wear a napkin around his neck, or he doesn't have the proper etiquette of eating a particular kind of food. I mean, are you going to serve that food to him and embarrass him? Should you do that? No. Similarly, if there is a person who is well off and you know that, you know, they know about the different types of

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cuisines and they eat a certain type of food, then what should you do is give them plain bread? No Angelo, NASA, when as ILA home

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treat people according to their position. So this is why the prophets that a lot of them would ask about who those people were. And that's another reason that they had come to learn the deen and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam inquire about who they were so that he could teach them accordingly. If there is a person who is knowledgeable already, then what do you tell them? What do you teach them basics know, you teach them about higher level stuff, more academic stuff, more advanced stuff. But if a person does not even know the basics, then what are you supposed to teach them the basics. So this is why the prophets are allowed us and would ask about the people who came to visit him. And

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this is an etiquette that we must also adapt that when we're talking to people, be familiar with them, see who they are, give relevant examples, give them information that they can actually benefit from not information that is completely irrelevant.

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And we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam welcome them in a very warm way, in a very good way. And we see that we are the tribal Riviera. After they introduce themselves. They said they complained about the tribe of model, that these people are between us and you. And these people are disbelievers, and they prevent us from coming. This is why it's not possible for us to come to you except in the sacred months, we see that the tribes of revere and mother they were at war

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for a beer had become Muslim and mother were still disbelievers. And whenever it'll be our would travel to words Medina, the mother tribe would be on their way. So since they're on their way they would attack them. So this is why it was very difficult for the tribe of obiora to come visit the Prophet sallallahu Sallam regularly. So this time when they came, they asked him for clear instructions, please tell us everything that is necessary for us to know through which we can enter. And they said that we can only come into sacred month why because in sacred months with the machine fight, no, they would not fight even the disbelievers amongst them. They had great respect for the

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sacred ones and they would not fight at all. So when they asked the Prophet salallahu Salam What did he teach them? The basics of the deen and what are they Eman? He asked them Do you know what it means to have a man Villa? He was really that what it means to have a man villa. He worked the who. right he asked them and then he explained to them what a man was. How did he explain Eamon? How, what did he say that it is to have Eman And secondly, praise Allah and then gives a cat and fast and give the fifth of the war booty. So in other words, he explained he man with Islam.

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He explained the man with Islam.

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And amongst the things that he mentioned, was also giving the fifth of the war booty.

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And this is the reason why I'm quite he is mentioning this over here.

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Now with regards to giving the homeless who is given to it's given to the army, it's given to the leader and what does he do with it? He uses it to spend on the general needs of the community. As we can see in the verse sort of unfurl if 41 that for inner Allahu masa de la soul. Well, he will orba Walia, thermowell masakan urbanicity So, the general needs of the community. So handing that over, giving the one fifth portion to the leader, this is what a part of a man because one kind of person do that when he has a man Okay, when he has a man, if he does piano, he will not be able to do this. And then we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam forbade them from four things, what four things

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God forbid them from First of all, hunt them And besides that, they also asked about a Shiva drinks. Obviously these are alcoholic beverages. So they asked the Prophet sallallahu Sallam about them whether they permissible or not. So he forbade them from four things harmful, harmful, is a vessel that was made of mud, blood, and here, Clay here, and blood, they would mix it all together, and then they would make vessels out of it. So anyway, they would use that for preparing wine.

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Do bat the bat is used for a pumpkin. So you know like a big pumpkin. The shell is very hard to imagine if you take out everything from inside. It becomes like a big huge bowl at Halloween, what do they do? That's exactly what they do right? And they carve out a face or something like that on it. It's like a big container then. So that also they would use to prepare wine. Nothing is nothing is a hollow tree trunk, a hollow tree trunk. So they would use that as well to prepare wine was a fad or mocha. Yeah, this is a vessel that is painted into from outside, decorated. So they would also use that to prepare wine

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So the prophets are a lot of them forbade them from using all four of these. In other words, he forbade them from preparing alcohol even forget about drinking, he forbade them from even making it. And then he told them that whatever I have told you memorize these instructions, know them very well. And then also go and tell other people about it.

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So that you can benefit, and other people can also benefit. What does it show that knowledge is not something that we are to keep with ourselves?

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Once we know

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we should share we should convey to those who don't know.

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Instead of the taco, what do we learn that a group of people should dedicate themselves to learning, Wm zero comma one EDA, Roger LA, and they should warn their people when they return to them. So it is an obligation that once we have gained knowledge, then we must convey to other people it should be shared, not kept to oneself, that once we learn about something, these little things that we learn, we should go and share with other people. And so that they can also increase in their knowledge, they cannot dedicate themselves as you have dedicated yourself. So you should benefit them at least, you know, for example, what I do is, whatever interesting thing new thing that I

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learned about a particular hobbies, like, for example, about your son, the two levels of your son was something very new and interesting. And I felt that every time I was praying, I was thinking about myself, that is his or her up, it would really help me correct my intention. So I shared that with my husband as well. And every year or handle, I try my best to share something new, that can also benefit him. So we should also do the same thing, whatever we have learned, share it with other people, because they also need to know just like we need to know, they alternate. And if it's short and sweet, it's easily digestible. They can listen easily and they can benefit from it as well.

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Let's continue.

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But Maria, what has come that an alarm Allah venia, that indeed the actions are according to the intention beneath it, well, his buddy, what is his his expectation of reward, we have learned about the word many, many times already. So Under Armour, linearity, well his body actions are according to the intention and the expectation. While equanimity in and for every person is Manoa what he intends, what is his chapter heading tell us that every person whatever action he does, the reward of that action is according to the intention and the expectation.

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why he's doing it, what he wants from it, when he called Lymbery in Manoa, for the hunter fee. So included in it included in what

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he he refers to what that alarm Albania to will his body included in this as what elemental Eman will will do and we'll do was Salatu was the cattle will Hadoop or song will come in all the commands of the D. So in other words, for every single command of the deen from he man do the different actions that we have to perform the man or according to the new year and when you perform will do when you perform will do this is an AMA so the armelle are what according to the NEA and hesper similarly when you perform Sadat it's an AMA, the reward will be according to Nia and hisbah. So for the Hala fee, Emmanuel will do over Salatu was the cattle huduma Soma welcome all the

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ordinances all the commands that are included in this will call Allahu taala and Allah subhanaw taala has said called se qu yamano Allah shakeela t that every person he does work according to his shakeela manohara explained shakeela as Alana yet he according to his intention, so every person, whatever he is doing, he's doing it based on some intention and the reward will be according to that intention. Whenever Kata rajulio Allah Li Yes, the Cebu her Sadako is quoting a part of her these over here which he will mention later, that even when a person spends on who Allah Allah on his family, he expects reward for it, then that is in fact his sadaqa. So every every cent every penny

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that a person spends on his family, then hoping for a reward from it, then that action even that expenditure, even his other car. So in other words, spending is an act if he does it with the right near and also his well, then he will get reward for it. We'll call it and he said me the Prophet sallallahu Sallam has also said well I kanji hadn't when a year, but he had an idea. This is also part of a Hadith, in which the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that there is no hijra after two

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Okay, meaning a person cannot gain the same reward by the profits or losses in this habit gained by their hijra. At that time, no person can reach that level of reward. However, he can reach the same level how he had, and by media by intention.

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So, over here mumble hotties mentioned the importance of the correct intention and how that is also necessary for our actions to be acceptable for our actions to be rewardable and that every action can become righteous, if done with the right intention, obviously the right way is also necessary.

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How does an Arab reliably Muslim at a college or an American or near happiness or even on Muhammad Ibrahim, and I'll come at a newer person or model another pseudo life sort of Lahore Lee will send them a call and we'll be niyati the actions are according to the intention.

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Well, he couldn't be in Manoa and for every person is what he intends for mankind at gelato it Allahu Allah su li so whoever is he July is towards align His Messenger for his yurakucho in Allahu wa salim. So his Hydra is to Allah and His Messenger woman Canada gelato holy dunya you see Buddha and whereas hijra is for dunia which he tries to attain are we marketing yet as a word you have or a woman who wishes to marry for hegira to who he is to that which he has immigrated to? This Hades is similar to what we learned at the beginning of this book. However, you can see a slight difference in the text how we learned earlier in normal armello Binney yet over here, what do we read? Binney

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scholars have said that what this means is that actions are different

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actions are different different types. However, the intention has to be one and same and

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you understand actions are different different types, but your intention should be the same and which is for Allah, useless lilla Okay, so in our motto, Binya, only one intention. That is what is acceptable any other intention, not acceptable. So in MLM Albania, there's also a difference in our marketing. Yet as a word you heard earlier, we have learned DMCA. So what do we learn this Hadees that when a person does something, then his reward will be according to his intention, according to his expectation. In this hadith in particular, we learned that their reward will be according to the intention and the second Hadees we learned that the reward is according to the expectation has done

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our job No. Man Helen Keller had the Sherpa to California or the you know, Surbiton policy director of the LA hypnosis either. And he was rude in an interview for the la hora to sell him a call either unfuckin word Ulu. When a man spends Allah Li upon his family, yeah, does he boo ha, he expects it meaning the reward for who Allah who so it is for him for the pattern, a charity meaning when a person spends on his family, expecting reward for it from who? Allah subhanaw taala then that action becomes what charity sadhaka that spending on the family becomes sada

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never expenditure either enfocado, early naffaa What is it,

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all expenditures are included in this, those that are wired up on a person, those are an obligation on a person as well as, as well as any other expenditure. But over here in particular, we see that when a person spends on his family spending on the family is what it is an obligation. But we see here that performing an obligation even can bring reward to a person when he meets the condition and what is that condition that he expects reward from Allah. So there are some actions which Allah subhanaw taala has commanded us for which we have to have the right intention. For example, when you're praying

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when you're spending in the way of Allah when you're giving this occur, when you're doing this, you're doing it you have to do it with the right intention, what is the right intention that you're not doing it to show up but you're doing it to please Allah subhanaw taala there are other actions which are allows the panel data has also told us to do them however, the society also dictates that on us for example, spending on the family,

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when you spend on the family, this action also you can make righteous * by hoping for a reward from a loss of parameter

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by expecting reward from Allah subhanaw taala even that action can become rewardable. So the reward depends on what two things intention and expectation

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intention and expectation.

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Okay, you're doing it just to make your family happy? Is it complete? Reason? Is it a good enough reason? It is a good reason. But it's not really what makes the reason perfect. It should be to hope reward from Allah subhanaw taala.

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Because, okay, you make them happy, they're happy. But then what, but then what, but if you expect reward from Allah,

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then the benefit is much more. And if they're not happy, you will stop spending on them. But if you're hoping for a reward from Allah, then whether they're happy or they're not, they're thankful or they're not, you're going to do it anyway. That a believer is the one who will spend on his family hoping reward from the last panel data. And other people, they don't do it for the sake of Allah expecting for reward from Allah. This is a difference between the spending of a believer in the spending of an unbeliever

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when you spend it for the sake of Allah multiplies it 700 times, but your family will not multiply their happiness for you 700.

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Also, one more thing that we see here is that spending on one's family is better than spending on others. It doesn't mean that spending on others is not good. Of course, it's very good. It is sadhaka it is total war. However, spending on the family is much better. Why? Because you're giving their help. And at the same time, you're getting reward for it. It's like sadaqa. But if a person only gives to a poor person, he's giving it to a poor person. What benefit is that give only the benefit of South Africa? And also remember that performing why'd you performing that which is mandatory in a person is more beloved to Allah soprano, rather than performing the work, then

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performing voluntary deeds? What do we think, the priority family and spend on the poor and the needy? This is what we think righteousness is? No, it's better that you spend on your family. I'm not saying neglect the poor and the needy give them as well. earthly quality, how can happen? right this is this is a general rule. However, when you can only spend on either your family or the poor, then who are you supposed to spend on your family first, because that will get you double reward. And we learned from the highest quality that a person draws closer to Allah subhanaw taala, which deeds, the deeds that are most beloved to Allah, which are the following.

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And then when you performs the extra voluntary deeds, then he comes even closer. However, what's better than the obligation so never compromise on your obligations? needs and once luxury, I mean, there's no limit is a luxury, isn't it?

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So you have to maintain a balance. Roger has been set over here because it's the man's duty to spend on the family.

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However, if a woman is also earning and she's spending on her family, this is also set up on her part. Yeah, that's evil her. That's the condition expecting for a word from Allah. So for example, the husband brings in the money, you go buy the groceries, you come and cook, okay, the man started, but you're a part of it. So your mind groceries and you're cooking and you're cleaning and you're feeding. If you expect reward from Allah for that, that is also a sort of

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kids, they want many things from them. And of course, the therapy, or you need to teach them the meaning of no as well. Like everything, they can't get it. But if you have this intention that this is a Celica for me, because I'm just giving them they want something.

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So that could come in this category. Sometimes you're letting your children enjoy, there's no harm in that. As long as it's within reasonable bounds and limits. It's harmless. And in fact, it should be done. If children want something once in a while, there is no harm in giving it to them. Okay? Treat them. Make the intention that you're doing it for the sake of Allah, and then later is a wasted or can you make an intention later when you remember and say, ask Allah to accept that deed, okay? So you're doing something and you don't have that intention? In your mind? active, you don't have the active in your mind that is, are you going to get their award or not? The thing is that

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when a believer does something good, for example, you're praying so now you're you're giving sadaqa in the back of your mind, you are doing it for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala it's not humanly possible that you have the intention active in your mind all the time. You're not programmed to behave that way. Because we're human beings and we develop habits. They when we develop habits our mind is not you know, active as much. However, it doesn't mean that we completely disregard the intention and we don't worry about it at all. No, we should keep questioning ourselves. Keep asking ourselves, okay.

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Let's continue. Had the hair come up No, not fearing color, varnish or even an Israeli or a headdress. Any American Saudi and Saudi Navy will Carson and no Bara Who? Under rasulillah is

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allow her to send them a call in Makkah indeed you London Fiona for cotton, you will never spend any in Africa any expenditure devotedly behalf that you seek through it, which Allah the face of Allah inlet except auditorally her you will be rewarded for it had the even manager do what you please what you put fee in fee mouth of Emerald, take your wife, you will not spend anything

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by which you seek the face of Allah reward from Allah, except that you will be rewarded for it. So, in other words, anything that you spend anything at all, but you want a las pantallas reward for it, then you will be given reward, it will be

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even the food that you give to your family. Notice the word natural cotton, cotton is lockira. So, this includes all expenditures of a person, all of them. What do you spend on your tuition, what you spend on your cloth, what you spend on your children? What do you spend on their fees, what you spend on your gas, what do you spend on your bills, everything is included in this, we think if we're going to an Islamic Institute and the fees that we're paying only that is, you know, something good, but even the food that you're buying, and the clothes that you're buying, and the bills that you're taking care of every single expenditure of yours, obviously, it has to be heard on every

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single expenditure of yours. If you spend that money, seeking reward from Allah subhanaw taala, you will definitely be rewarded for it in that will just arania you will be rewarded for it for what's the condition, what's the condition, who will be here, which Allah, that is the condition, because many times when we have to pay the fees, or when we have to, you know, take care of our bills. were like, you know, what is this since I've had kids, or since I've moved here, since I've started this, so many bills, no, this is a part of life. And if you're doing it for the sake of Allah, you're even you're actually getting rewarded for it. A person might think before when I was not going here

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before when I was not studying this, I would have this much money left every single month, I could say, Now, I cannot even save. But think about it this way. you're investing this in the ACA by asking him your money this way you can underwater, instead of complaining here in there, remind him a sweet reminder that whatever you're spending on me actually you are doing some extra you want something asking Would you like to go get some soda, let's go shopping. Go ahead, every expenditure that you every action that you do, if you have this intention of seeking the matcha inshallah you'll be rewarded. Notice that this shows that every action should be purposeful, not that we're spending

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here randomly spending there randomly, you know, without even thinking, no, every action should be done for a reason. Of course and the chores around the house, they become easier. Because if you're thinking, I'm doing this for the sake of Allah, may Allah reward me for the time I'm putting into this, for the energy that is being spent in this, then inshallah you will be rewarded, that the actions are not the end, there are other the means the end, the goal is what Allah so don't get stuck in the means or this is too much, this is too difficult, or that we like it too much that we forget what to learn, we just get lost in our laundry and cleaning and chopping.

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The fact that you're pleasing Allah, smart Allah, because you're doing it for your family, well, this is one of your things that you have to do, as you look at it that way, and you will enjoy doing it and to get finished faster, because you have an intention that I want to do something else. And then you want to do something for the sake of Allah, you're doing everything for the children and family, but it's for Allah to look at it that like some of them say I hate cooking. So don't say that. You're doing it for the pleasure of Allah feeding your family, which is your heart. Yes, you know, just take it that way, don't complain, of course. And we see the example that is given over

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here is of the food, the morsel of food that a man gives to his wife that he puts in her mouth.

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Why is this said because when a person puts a morsel of food in the mouth of the other, this is especially between husband and wife this increases love. But this does not mean that if husband wants to reward and he has to give every morsel, he has to feed his wife like a child, otherwise he will not get the reward. Know what it means is every morsel of food meaning every little bit, every little bit that you spend on your family, you are rewarded for it. And if you go the extra step that you actually take the food and you feed that as well. That will bring you more award.

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And then we learned about the man and we are going ahead ahead ahead and now it's the expectation Does it mean that why the reason the Saudis is here that only having Nia is one thing, but expecting is something more means the more you have Eman then then it means just making the as a small thing that you expected you have more yaqeen than I expected from you. So does it something to mean with the EMA the here one Eman level and nothing was not expected.

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The thing is that Eman is like the foundation. And on the basis of that is the correct intention and on the basis of that is expectation of reward as well.

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And the thing is that expecting reward is necessary, because Allah subhanaw taala is very generous, right? He is a shocker, he is the one who is very, very appreciated. So when he appreciate so much and when he saw generous and we should also hope for award from him and not other people. So this is founded on Eman Okay, it's a result of email. And then also, it's important that we expect reward from a loss of data. Because Allah is the only one who can give reward. Other people they cannot give that reward only a login. And also lots of data says that I am as my servant thinks I am. I am as my servant thinks I am if you expect reward, that Allah will not disappoint you.

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If you want more, he will not disappoint you. But if you expect that Oh, my deeds will be wasted and they will, nothing will be given to me then Allah is as you expect him to be. Yes, some people are more conscious about it, they desire it more. And other people are not that conscious about it. And this is again founded on emotion, if a person has more emotion, he knows about the reward that Allah subhanaw taala has prepared, then he desires it even more, the more interested a person is in the reward, he will desire it. And the thing is that your action is also according to your expectation. If you expect more reward, and you will do more, if you expect better reward you will perform

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better, the women who are ungrateful that a man will do a sign on her for a dove. And then she will say I have never seen anything good from you. And she forgets that he is the one who brings the money, he is one who brings the food and that is what we eat and that is what we grow on. And we waste all of his axon. And we don't look at it that every expenditure of his his soda, he is getting rewarded for it. And we completely nullify that as if he did nothing wasted. Thinking it is such a mercy of Allah subhanaw taala whatever we spend is what basically he has given us. And then he's making that a means of seeking which Allah, you know, will completely enveloped in his mercy for

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gaining something that he has given to us in the first place, that he is the one who gives us that he is one who gives us the field. And on top of that he is the one who gives reward as well. This is how generous he is. These are the chances that are available for us to excel But still, those who are negative, what will they say? There is no hope for me. There is hope for everyone as long as you want it.

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So in these bodies, what do we see that for every action, every action that we do, even if it's spending money, even if it's performing an obligation, we should do it with the right intention and also with good expectation. expecting a reward from Allah subhanaw taala hoping for it. Charlie will conclude over here. So practical long will be heavily Ganesha to La ilaha illa Anta Mr. felucca, wanna to be like a Santa Monica?

Lesson 19 – Chapter 38-41 Hadith 51-56

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