Bukhari 025 Knowledge Hadith 68 72

Taimiyyah Zubair

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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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una salir de su legal Karim and my word for the Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. Rubbish Rafi surgery were Sidley Emery, wash ruler of data melissani aku. Cody probenecid in our Elmo Allahumma salli wa salam ala nabina Muhammad. Bab el makabe. Little Holly will Amelie knowledge is pre conditional before speaking and action, meaning a person must gain knowledge before he speaks. And before he does something, why? Because if he does not get knowledge, then he is prone to making mistakes. What's the evidence of that licola hytera due to the statement of Allah subhanaw taala fire alarm and the hula ilaha illa Allah know that there is no god worthy of worship, but

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Allah further or below him. So he began with knowledge, meaning in this verse, the first command that is given is which one knowledge of gaining knowledge for one another lemma, and that indeed the scholars now Mr. Buhari is mentioning a hadith However, he does not mention it with a Senate, but he just mentioned a part of it. What another lemma, and indeed the scholars who are they whom they are, what are the two ambia? What are the, they are the heirs those who inherit from who inherit from who and BIA the prophets of Allah? What do they inherit? What do they inherit under ilma knowledge, meaning the scholars are the heirs of the prophets, and they inherit knowledge from the prophets,

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man, aha, the who, whoever took it, or whether to take so whoever took that knowledge, or whether he took the help lane with a share that is worth it that is abundant, that is ample, meaning whoever takes knowledge whoever gains knowledge, then in fact, he is of the heirs of the profits, and he has taken something that is indeed very great. A father be helbling worth it. Woman Celica and whoever went on whoever journeyed on, buddy upon a bad Yakubu, he seeks be through it or ilma knowledge, then such a person sahal Allahu Allah who then Allah will make easy for him, but he can abet it agenda to paradise. In this statement, we learn that the prophets of Allah, they leave behind

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knowledge they leave behind. And what knowledge is that it is the knowledge of the deen it is the shadow knowledge. And whatever wealth they do leave behind that wealth is sadaqa meaning it is distributed as charity amongst the people. And there is great wisdom in the fact that the families of the prophets did not inherit any wealth from them. Why? Because if well, their possessions were transmitted to their families and people would also transmit leadership or Prophethood or some authority to their family members as well. And we know that in our Deen authority, leadership is not something that is inherited, it is given to who those who are deserving. We see that new hairless

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lamb his own son did not believe. So the families of the prophets they did not inherit wealth from them, because there is great wisdom behind that. And we see that there have been some fabrications amongst the Muslims such as that or modal dinar and who he deprived felt a little lower on her from her property. This is all incorrect because if there was any property that was her share, you know, we learned from this hadith that the prophets they did not leave behind any wealth, right? What did they leave behind, they left behind knowledge. And that knowledge was learned by who? By the scholars. And we see that the scholars they inherit from the prophets. And this is not just

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information, but rather This includes armor, as well as there were three things are included in this knowledge. Secondly, normal meaning how to act upon that knowledge. And thirdly Dawa meaning calling people to that knowledge as well. Because this is exactly what the prophets brought information action as well as Dawa. And so the areas of the profits, what did they do, they inherited everything from the profits. And if a person only takes knowledge, if a person only gains knowledge, information, but he does not learn, he does not bother to how to implement that knowledge, nor does he call other people do it, then it is like a person who gains wealth, but he does not benefit from

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that wealth. Because for example, an heir, someone who inherits some property from another, what does he do with that wealth? Does he just let it sit there? No, he has to use that wealth. And sometimes he will also invest that wealth so that it grows. If a person just sits with that wealth, and this is a waste. Similarly, the scholars they don't only inherit information from the prophets of Allah but also armor as well as that we're and we

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see over here in the statement the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also said that men are the who ought to be held in warfare, that whoever takes knowledge and in fact, he has taken an abundant portion and ample share and ample share of what of goodness of hate, because this knowledge, what will it lead him to? It will lead him to how much it will lead him to action, the performance of many righteous deeds and thus greater reward in the hereafter. If you look at the chapter heading, what is that? That lol mokaba lowpoly. Well, Amelie. So what's the relevance of this statement under this chapter heading, that knowledge is what takes a person to action. And when a person has gained knowledge in

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machinery, then in fact, he has taken a harder be humbling worth it. Why? Because it will lead him to abundant goodness, how it will lead him to action, which will be a source of greater reward for him in this world as well as in the hereafter. And then it is mentioned that woman silica Perea konnyaku be here elements ohana, la hula Hooper, you can imagine that whoever goes on a path seeking knowledge that Allah will facilitate for him the path to paradise? What does it mean by this, that Allah will facilitate for him the path to paradise? What is the path to paradise, the path of Allah? When people will enter Jannah? What will they be told this is the Veritas that you have inherited

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because of what you used to do with my content arm alone. So I'm on. And what is it that facilitates a person to do Arman? It's knowledge. So the person who is seeking knowledge is in fact, on the way to paradise and Allah will facilitate that way for him because he will know how to obey Allah what to do, what actions to perform, what is it that will take him to paradise? Because everyone is journeying towards the hereafter? There are some people who make the best out of this trip who make the best out of that journey, and what is it that allows them to do that knowledge? It's like a person who's taking a trip to another country, he knows how to get bonus points, how to be an

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advantage of the different offers, how do you know different coupons and so on and so forth, he will take a lot of advantage of that trip. Why? Because he had knowledge, and another person who doesn't have much idea what's going to happen, he's gonna come back empty handed, or he's gonna come back not with much experience. So what is it that allows you to gain more from a journey knowledge? So, the one who is seeking knowledge he is in fact, on the path to paradise. And over here, Tariq has been mentioned in the statement, that woman's helicopter Yukon year to be here, amen. What does it mean by this path, that whoever goes on a path seeking knowledge, this path, this study is

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understood in two ways. First of all, 30 of that is history. And secondly, 43rd is modern UI. What does it mean by Hersey physical meaning a person is physically journeying somewhere in order to gain knowledge. So, for example, a person goes out of his house and he goes to the place of the place of study. So that is a physical path that he has adopted a physical journey that he has taken. Now that journey, because of that, a loss of panels it will facilitate his journey to paradise, Allah will make his journey to paradise easier. Secondly, this story is marinucci, meaning it is intangible, what does it mean by this, that a path to gaining knowledge, a way to gain knowledge. So for

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example, a person studies a book, why in order to increase in his knowledge, so that is a journey as he's reading the book from the beginning to the end. So throughout this journey, whatever effort he's putting in Allah subhanaw taala will because of that, facilitate his journey to paradise, if you think about it, gaining knowledge, it is something that is difficult, it is something that is challenging, especially when a person has to physically go out of his house, you may compare you know, your weekdays with your weekends, on the weekdays you have you know much more work to do compared to on the weekends. Why because on the weekdays, when you come to the school, you have to

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leave your house, you have to you know do so many things, you have to sleep less perhaps you have to take less rest, you have to eat less maybe. So it does require a lot of sacrifice from a person. And Allah subhanaw taala is the one who is most appreciated. So if a person goes out in the way of a lot to learn Dean, Allah will make his way to Jenna easy because of that. Similarly, going through a journey of knowledge meaning journeying through a course for instance, that is time consuming, isn't it, it requires a lot of effort from you, sometimes drains your of all of your energy. So Allah subhanaw taala, again is very appreciative. If a person is journeying through a course, gaining

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knowledge through a book studying from the beginning to the end, Allah will facilitate his path to paradise, because of that. And we know that the pathogen is surrounded by thorns by difficulties to similarly the path to gaining knowledge will also be surrounded with challenges and difficulties. This is part of the package for those who accepted

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Allah subhanaw taala will grant them success, that knowledge when a person gains knowledge, then this will open up the ways to goodness for him because he would know what to do. Like you may have seen that before, for example, the month of the ledger came and went, if you didn't go for how GST didn't go for Hajj, what are you supposed to do nothing. But now that you have knowledge, you know about the great virtue of the first 10 days of the month of the ledger. So you take advantage of that. So the path to paradise has been made easy, because a good deed performed in those days are very much liked by Allah subhanaw taala, isn't it? So the path to paradise has been facilitated why,

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because of gaining knowledge, then a person finds shortcuts, then a person finds, you know, ways to go forward very quickly make the best of their time and opportunity, then we'll call a delivery crew. And a lot of panel data has said that in the martial law, how many of you are lemma that indeed is only those people who have knowledge from among his servants who fear Allah in the martial law? Indeed, only he fears Allah who fears alarming everybody from a servant to arola the knowledgeable ones? It is those people who have knowledge you have question of Allah. And Harsha is more than hope, meaning it's different than hope, hope is fear of something, because of knowledge

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and also without knowledge, you know, it could be real fear. And it could also be just imaginary. Like for example, a person sees something black on the wall and he gets afraid, is it a spider or is it just a black dot? This is what how, this is because of knowledge and also without because of assumption, right. But here is fear that is based on knowledge, that because a person knows this is why he is afraid. This is why he is careful and cautious fear that is not just It is not just fear, but it is also respect. Because knowledge leads to both things fear as well as reference respect. So who is it that has fear of a lot the right kind of fear has great respect for Allah soprano Darla,

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who is it it is those people who have knowledge question, which are lemma are these knowledgeable ones, which ones are they which kind of knowledge do they possess the knowledge of Sharia, however, we see that even knowledge of the ayat Koni knowledge of the ayat county because remember either of two types archery as well as is County, I actually like the book The Scripture, the revelation, the deen the Sharia, at county the creation of a loss of panel data, both types of knowledge, lead a person to fear of Allah when they are acquired in the right way, when this knowledge is acquired in the right way, for example, if a person is learning anything about you know, for example, the

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universe solar system or the water cycle, or the you know, the plants or the animals or anything about earthquakes or cloud, anything in nature, anything that a lot of hands on has created, if he learns about it correctly, putting it in the right perspective, then this will definitely increase him in the fear of Allah is an utter, this will increase him. This is why we see that in the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala mentioned so many of Ayad Kony as well, because that leads to hatia. It leads to Omen, beneficial knowledge, right? knowledge that leads you to the microphone a lot in recognition of a lead that will increase you in your in your question of Allah Spanner. So, in my

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actual luminary by the healer lemma, why is this mentioned under this chapter heading that an original covenant Kohli will earn one? Why do you think this verse has been mentioned under this chapter title? What's the relationship? Fear is that

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it's an action of the heart which makes a person either say something or do something or both. Or it stops the person from saying something or doing something. It's a driving force as well as a restraining force hope fears like that and it's how does it come? It's a result. It's a result of what of knowledge so even more cowbell Cole well, knowledge is what will lead to the sphere what color and he said, Well, my opinion her lol early moon and Nan will understand it except those with knowledge. None will understand what example that a lot of panel data lives in the Wilkinson Naboo Helen NASS. These examples are mentioned for the people in the Quran, but who will understand them

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it is only those people who have knowledge. So the examples are presented for everyone to benefit from but it is only the knowledgeable who actually understand them. There are many who read them, but not everyone understands them, who understands them people with knowledge and when they understand that leads them to action that leads them to doing

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Something or saying something. So we see that fear I'm a little club is a result of an Oracle understanding. This is also a result of this is also a result of reason where fear is a result of knowledge, aka understanding this is also a result of knowledge because the more a person gains knowledge, the more better his understanding becomes. And we see that article is what leads a person to action, no knowledge, no aka no article, no action. So it all starts from knowledge will call you and they will say local Nana's tomorrow If only we had heard owner Caillou or understood my goodness, he was horrible sorry, we would not have been of the inmates of the blazing Hellfire who

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will say this, the people of Hellfire will say this, when they're admitted into the fire of hell, when they're admitted the angels over there they will ask that allow me to community did a one or not come to you? And they will say of course they came to us. But we rejected we did not believe If only we had heard if we had understood we would not have been over here. If you think about it, the way to action, the way to action, it is through what through L and the way to L is through summer through listening and through our understanding, you gain knowledge how what's the source of knowledge, listening, you have to listen and this summer, this is not just a hearing sounds, but

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rather it is all for him it is of understanding and in theory and submission, it is not just merely hearing sounds but accepting what a person has heard understanding it and implementing it, because we see that the people did hear what the messengers conveyed to them, but did they accept it? Did they bother to understand it? No. So, if a person has not heard, he has not understood he has not accepted he will not do any action. So the ways of obtaining knowledge are what some are and

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and we see that a lot of hands on assessment under infidelity kalydeco Lehman Canada who collarbone

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last summer what was Shaheed that surely in it is a reminder for who the one who has a heart meaning a heart that is alive, that is awake, that is sensitive, a summer or he hears well who was Shaheed while he is present, meaning he pays attention to such a person will take benefit from what he is hearing what Carla and he has said Holly Esther will Lavina Yala Mona will Latina Laila moon, Holly Esther We are the equal who alladhina Jada moon those people who know what Latina lie on the moon and those people who do not know Allah is asking us this is a question. What's the answer? That No, they're not the same. Those people have knowledge. And those people who do not have knowledge, they

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are not at the same level. Why? Because those who know their armor is different than the armor of those people who don't know there will be a difference in their actions. There will be a difference in their coal. That Okay, photosphere lm lm to hate to be hobo, you cannot have patience over something that you don't even know. So those who know those who don't know they are different in their actions in their behavior in their words, we'll call an obeah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said my you read the law will be higher on whoever Allah intends. Good for, man whoever you did, he intends he wants Allah Allah be with him. Hey, Ron good.

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You see who he gives him the fic he gives them the understanding for Dean in the dean. What in the mother in law and indeed knowledge is bit alone by learning. Knowledge is gained how, by learning over here on Buhari is only quoting the Hadees

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he's not mentioning it with the Senate. We will mention it later on with the senate a slightly different version. We see here that menu to the left will be higher than you thought they have a deed when someone is granted a chance to learn the deen to understand the deen then this is a sign that Allah subhana wa tada has bestowed a huge favor on him along once a lot of good for him. Knowledge means hieron What does that hyaluron mean?

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Knowledge means higher on meaning that a person when he will have that knowledge he will do some armor and that will bring him halen good in this dunya and in the hereafter and notice about how you learn it is Nikita Nikita to show the enormity no not any number that then key word is not going to for different reasons. Sometimes it is also for the flame to show the greatness of something to show the greatness of something so higher and not just any good, but great good, a lot of good. So whoever Allah wants a lot of good for then he gives him the understanding of the you see a person is given Well, yes Allah has given him goodness. However when a person is given knowledge that means

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Allah has a lot of good for him, because wealth would only benefit a person a little right in this dunya and if he is wise enough to invest in the hereafter it will benefit them they're in Sharla. But knowledge is something which will benefit a person in this dunya as well as the hereafter. So minute delay will be higher on you for 15. Therefore, this favor of Allah should never ever be taken lightly. If Allah has given us the opportunity to learn the deen to understand the deen, then we should realize this huge blessing and we should value it we should never ever take it lightly. We're enamel Elmo and indeed knowledge is attained by alone by learning, knowledge is not attained, you

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know by someone at birth, no cemetery knowledge cannot be gifted, somebody can give you a book, but they cannot give that knowledge to you. Similarly, knowledge cannot be transferred from one person to another like blood can be, no knowledge cannot be, knowledge is not like food that you can simply you know, eat and digest and it becomes a part of you know, you have to learn in the middle are a little bit alone, it is by learning and for learning what is necessary subject as well as, as well as be consistent. Both of these are necessary. A person cannot attain knowledge lazily. He cannot attain knowledge half heartedly No, a person has to dedicate himself fully entirely to attaining

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knowledge and then he will get something in the mother Elmo Victor alone. And this is why it is said that he could luckily in make yourself entirely for knowledge, meaning dedicate yourself entirely for knowledge, yet, deca baraboo. And then some of knowledge will come to you, meaning then you will get something what injure, I'll talk about the cannon. And if you dedicate only a part of yourself for knowledge, then further color in McCullough, than all of knowledge will leave you, it will not come to you. If you want to get knowledge, you have to give all of yourself, you have to be wholeheartedly into it. This is not something that you can do half heartedly, you have to dedicate

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everything into it, your time, your money, your energy, your strength, your mental capacity, every bit of yours has to go into it, when you immerse yourself into it, then you get something out of it. And if you put a level of yourself into attaining knowledge, then knowledge will not come to you. It will not come to you. The more you strive, the more you will get, the less you strive, the less you will get. And we see that when a person dedicates himself, he puts in a lot of time, everything that he has Intuit any knowledge that he has something at the end. But if a person only dedicates a part of himself, that he comes out, sometimes with nothing, we'll call it a Buddha real and a Buddha

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said, low will darken. If you placed if you placed a samsara matter, or samsara samatar, meaning the sword, if you would place the sword or they're heavy upon this, if you will place the sword on this, what a shadow and he pointed to either confer who to his neck, he pointed towards his neck. So if you would place the sword over here, and he pointed to his neck, meaning you were about to kill me, so my one two, and then I knew for sure that underneath that indeed I only do I could convey onfido Now further is to implement to carry out but it is also to convey to transmit and I was certain that I could own physically mutton I could implement a column or I could convey a Kalima Sameera to her

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that I had heard Meena Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Kabbalah and to Jesus Allah Yeah. Before that, to Jesus Allah you make it permissible under meaning you, you kill me, okay, meaning you you pass the sword on me, the unfair to her? Surely I would definitely convey it, surely I would definitely implement it. Meaning, if I were at the verge of dying, and I knew that I had a few seconds, a few moments to convey to do something, then I would take advantage of those few seconds. And I would do well on what I heard from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam I would convey to you what I had heard from the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. This is how

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important the Sahaba understood to be, how necessary it is to do well. And if you have even a few moments to act on the knowledge that you know, do it, even if it means you're going to die the next moment, even if it means you don't have long to live, you have a few seconds, you can say something, you can do something. Do it

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What do we think only if we have a lot of time, only if everything is in our favor, then we will do it. And if we cannot do it perfectly, then we're not going to do it. This is not how we should be, we try to attain perfection. But perfection is something that we cannot attain because we are human beings, we have been told said they do, or caribou try to be as close as possible as near as possible to perfection. So even if you have a few moments, a few seconds, avail that opportunity avail that chance. And we see that the scholars of the past, even when they were extremely old, and a visiting scholar came, and he had some knowledge that they did not know what would they do, they

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would run to their gatherings, just like young youth would with their pens and their ink, even when they were extremely old. Because they knew that even if I spend a few moments in learning in implementing in conveying, it's worth it, because every armor will be counted on the Day of Judgment. And if I have one more to show a little more to show, it's worth it. And this is only possible when a person has

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when a person has knowledge, what kind of not best and even our best said Kunal abahani gene with regard to the verse schooner of Benny gene bureau Benny gene, he explained the Rabbani gene as hukum fuqaha hakama, has also been transmitted as hula. Both have been narrated hula as well as her coma and for her, What does her lemma mean? It's the plural of haleem and who is highly a person who is very forbearing very tolerant, very patient, very forgiving, very calm, meaning someone who does not react, but rather he stays calm. Hola fuqaha or who come out what is her karma in Florida? How can meaning judge the one who does hurt and fuqaha who are fuqaha florala fapy meaning the one who has

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understanding understanding of what the deen so when Allah subhanaw taala said coonara Benny, even or basil the learner explained for Benny Jean as hula fuqaha that Rabbani or those who have fifth of the and this fifth of the in this understanding of the this translates into her comb and him it translates into hole and

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hokum, pole poll, passing judgment held,

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while you follow and it is said or Rabbani, you that the Rabbani he is a lady, the one who Europe be NASA, he nurtures the people, Europe be from Tobia What does therapy I mean, to train to nurture, To cause to grow? So, he is the one who nurtures people who, who teaches them besisahar elomi qabala Kibera he, with silmarillion What is silvar? So the small basics, right? basics, Kovalev before Kibera, he Kiva can be a great major. So there are banni He is the one who teaches simple knowledge before teaching deeper knowledge. Rabbani is the one who teaches simple knowledge before teaching deeper knowledge. What does it mean by simple knowledge? It is such knowledge that can be easily

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understood can be easily implemented the basics. For example, if a person is being taught grammar, what's the basics that he should be taught?

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The first things that you should be done

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is in federal health harakat haruf these kind of words in the Arabic language, if you start by teaching a while,

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or if you start by teaching Now, move to that hub of what's going to happen. People are gonna freak out, isn't it, they're not going to learn anything. So, Rabbani is the one who teaches simple knowledge before deeper knowledge. Simple knowledge is also something that a person can actually act on. And deeper knowledge is something that is you can see like theory, that has to be understood correctly. But it doesn't have much to do with you know, action like for example, you know, if people are being taught something about the deen what are the basics that they should know? For example, how to pray how to recite the Quran, if you start teaching them advanced grammar before

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even know how to read Quran? This is not correct, because you see our abahani the term therapy and what does therapy mean to nurture to train, he is the one who combines the rail with amahl so that a person can use that element translated into armor he can also implement it. If the foundation is strong, only then a person can go further. But if the foundation is weak of the basics are not clear to a person, then how can you go forward. So the foundation to know where to going forward the way to doing amahl is understanding the basics first. So Rabbani is the one who

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Teachers of artillery in popular Kibera, he teaches gradually starting from the basics so that they can understand and implement and gradually grow. Because ailment Armand must go together, if a person is just learning, understanding and forgetting, then it's of no use. A person must be able to learn, understand and apply benefit from that knowledge. Only then will that knowledge be beneficial. Before we continue anything you'd like to add. Of course, when it comes to the knowledge of the deen, of course, we should never ever take it lightly. We should take it very, very seriously. And you know, just because a person cannot attain perfection does not mean he doesn't

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attain anything, he does not do anything. Or a person thinks that since I cannot be perfect, let me be the way I am. No, a person must strive to be the best, he must strive to be perfect. But if he cannot do it perfectly, doesn't mean he doesn't do anything. You understand that my use of the law will be higher on you photography being that the purpose of giving knowledge to a person is what? That he has goodness. And what is that goodness, action. So when we have knowledge, we shouldn't just be, you know, feeling happy about ourselves that yes, I know this, I have learned this, I've studied this, of course, that happiness should be there. But the main focus is that it should be in

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one's armor, because that is the goal. Now the basics, the fear of the love of Allah and then starting with the lake The other thing after prayer, you know, when they know what they have to do with the fear of Allah and the love of God, then they can go for it. Exactly. Bab mckennan abuse Allahu alayhi wa sallam that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to be the hawala home, he used to be very careful with regards to them, yet the whole world you have studied this word in the Quran, it means to have responsibility for something or someone meaning that you are responsible for taking care of them. So when you are responsible for taking care of something, you become alert, you become

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careful. So yeah, the hawala mom used to be very careful with them with who with the people. With regards to what with regards to Bill Maher, we're a lucky winner ilmi with regards to admonishing them, and in teaching, so with regards to Motorola and the profit sort of autism used to take great care, he was very careful, okay, so that lay and fuel, they would not feel aversion to it. In other words, he would not advise the people and teach the people all the time. He was very careful. He selected certain times certain occasions, and that is when he advised them that is when he taught them, because if we taught them all the time, then what would happen, people would feel bored of

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knowledge. They would be averse to it, they would get tired of it. Over here yet the hawala home bill mower Illa. Well, in do things are mentioned, what's the difference between the two? mower law? his advice? No, sir. As well as that key reminder. And it includes Motorola

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includes Marilla moralize, like, you know, somebody, like for example, when the Sahaba when they were traveling, and you know, they were making the will do very quickly, and they did not wash their feet properly to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. He announced from a distance that we learned our problem in another three times. This was what mobiola Okay, random instruction teaching. So for example, this would be sitting with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and the Prophet sort of Allison would teach them sometimes by asking them questions and answering them and sometimes on their questions, and sometimes just like that, as well. So for example, once this Harbor, we're sitting in

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the profits of the Los Alamos there is a tree that resembles a believer with trees that he was teaching them knowledge that was not Motorola, but what was it knowledge. But remember that knowledge, it includes, moreover, it includes Moreover, so the prophets are allowed to center would be, would take great care in teaching them as well as advising them so that they would not get bored. Because once a person gets bored, he is averse to knowledge more than he is unaffected by it. And we see that knowledge must lead us to action, Motorola must have an impact on our heart and change our behavior. But if it's coming all the time, again and again, then what happens, it does

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not have that impact anymore, then instead of benefiting people, we may be harming them. Instead of softening their hearts, we may be hardening their hearts. So it's necessary that we should become careful when advising the people and when teaching the people. And remember that this is the case with the average people with the common people. What does it mean by that, that when you're addressing common people, when you're teaching common people, the masses then you have to be very, very careful, meaning there's something that you don't do all the time. But when it comes to when it comes to students of knowledge, people have dedicated themselves to learning knowledge. They

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shouldn't say, Oh, I should not go to school everyday because I'll get bored of it. No, no. This is something that you have taken on as a you know, main focus for you.

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Also you have to dedicate yourself completely to it. For example, we see that Abu Dhabi learn who he was constantly learning from the prophets of Allah. There were people who were as horrible suffer. They stayed in the masjid. They learn constantly from the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. They did not do anything else. So, was it wrong what they were doing? No, they were people who had dedicated themselves to learning knowledge they were in. But when it comes to common people, when it comes to the masses, the average people, then you don't teach them all the time. You know, when you're sitting in the car with them when you're sitting at the dinner table with them, when you're going

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out, you know, shopping with them constantly or teaching them one thing after the other. They're gonna say, you know what, let's change the topic. Yes, I know that you learned a lot and you're overflowing with that information. However, you know, it's good to keep it within limits, otherwise people get bored of it. They don't want to hear it all the time. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was very careful with regards to this. Had this Mohammed Abu Yusuf Ali Akbar and so on in Abuja in an evening, Miss Rudin Kala cannon abusin Allahu alayhi wa sallam. Even this rule, Dillard who said that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam used to get the hawala una, he was very careful with

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us bidding molar Illa T, with regards to admonition fill a yam in certain days, meaning he would only advise us on certain days, he would not advise us constantly, he would not teach us constantly but rather on certain days, why got all hotter due to dislike of a set, MIT Warden or Elena upon us ceramah. So Anna is from set you must set you might as to become tired, bored, fed up with something to be wary

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ly as a moon did not become very bored. Those will kurata am Dr. Elena out of this slide? For what? That we would become bored of it. In other words, that he would be very careful with regards to advising us, he would only advise us on certain days, because he did not want us to get bored of it. He did not want us to get fed up. And we have to become very careful as well. You know, for example, if you want to share something with your family members, when you go home, you could perhaps set a certain time, you could perhaps set a certain action that all of you do together and at that time you share with them whatever you have learned. But the moment you see them until the moment you go

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to bed, if you're constantly talking, if you're constantly telling them they're gonna say you know what, be quiet. I have seen myself mothers who are very eager for their children to learn, and what do they do? The child is trying to eat or drink something and they're she's lecturing and the child is you know, the son is going somewhere the daughter is going somewhere coming and constantly the children are being lectured constantly. And it's as though those words literally they bounce back to the point that they begin to dislike the deen they begin to dislike people of the deen even. They don't want to go near a mercy they don't want to go near person Where's her job? Why because the

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mother the father is constantly, you know, advising them, you know, for example is one thing that I'm going to share only one thing with them. And at this particular time you decide from before when they are willing to listen, when they want you to talk then you will share one thing with them and they will ask you for more they will ask you and if you forget to tell them they will ask you so what did you learn today, we should use it you know a variety of ways as well to share the knowledge with other people don't just talk all the time. You know, you can show them a book you can read a child a book, you can do so many different things your video in a share a small podcast, you know

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that our brains did not have the capacity to continuously absorb whatever is being said whatever is being shown. So therefore it is necessary that we limit what we say what we share so that people are actually able to absorb it. And just saying that you should also do it with hikma and if your kid has had a bad deal. He was in a fight or he hadn't done the homework or something like that. And as soon as he comes home and he said you should have done this and then this, you know because you're a Muslim and all of that. So they just simply turn off they can say anything you want and they're not listening. So we need to see where they're coming from.

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Let's continue How does no Mohammed Abu Bashar in color had that and I have no sorry, while not sure what to call 120 Abuja arnesson arlena Vincent Allahu alayhi wa sallam a call? Yes sir. Yes, you make easy one r two r zero and do not make difficult whatever show and give good news. While at in a futile and do not make people averse. Do not turn them away. Do not make them run away. Yes, zero. What does your zero mean? To make easy, they seem to make something easy. This is not

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mean that just to make something easy for someone, you make the hell out for them.

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But it means that you create ease for them by telling them what they can understand what they can remember, what they can relate with, what they can implement, what they can actually do, this is what they see this. And they see does not mean that just because a person, you know, find something difficult to do, for example, a person finds it difficult to pray. So tell them not to pray. No, they see this to, you know, the meaning of use of right, yes, sir us etc. It is to facilitate, to make it possible for someone to assist them to cooperate with them, so that they're able to do something. So for example, when you're teaching something to someone, make it easy for them, how

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would you make it easy for them, by simplifying the information, right, breaking it up so that they can understand every part of it, by presenting it in an organized fashion, so that they're able to understand every point separately, by starting with the basics, it's starting with the information that they can understand using words that are understandable as well, giving examples that are relevant. So this is what they see this. So for example, if a person, you know has to pray, how can you make it easy for them to pray? So for example, with children, you you initiate how by telling them, okay, now, when you were seven years old, you should start praying now, because by 10, you

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have to put all five. So from now, inshallah, this is your seventh birthday from today, you have to start praying so that

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every single day you cannot miss when they're eight years old, okay? Now you have to start praying Muslim as well, every single day, you can never ever miss a band Russia, nine and Russia, and then you have to pray for it as well.

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So gradually build it up, then you're facilitating it for them. But if at the age of seven, a child is told, you have to pray five times a day fudger at five o'clock in the morning, and Russia at 11pm. Sometimes that happens in the summer, isn't it? So you're creating difficulty for the child. I remember this lady once asked my mother, that, you know, I find it very difficult to pray, what should I do? I just find it very difficult. But I still remember I was very young at that time. And I was very surprised that this woman was asking such a question. Because I mean, if people don't want to pray, they don't pray. But this woman was asking, I find it very difficult to pray, what

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should I do? So she told her, just pray the Father. Just start with praying the phone? She said, Yeah, I think I can do that. Because we make you know, Asia 17 record and you know, a little hotter, also very long. And you know, all of the prayers, we make them long and difficult for people. So she said to her to spread the font. And she actually said that, yes, I can do that. So this is what Yes, you mean, but if you tell them no, you know, you have to follow the sun as well. You have to pray every single night as well. You know, so no more than they will occur as well because you never know you might be questioned about I mean, make it easy for them, at least get them into the habit of

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praying, when quality will come quantity will also come but if you focus on the quantity then you're going to make it very difficult for them. Like a punishment system. I know like a lot of kids parents like they want to go to the park or they want to do something with their friends and their parents are like no you didn't read granted born we'd grown or you know you've done something horrible so go read Quran now. Rather than using it as you know, like a punishment system is like if something good happens to them, whether it's something that they like or something they're happy with be like go let's let's go read grant together using it as a reward system, something that they

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associated Boy, that's because you did this because you completed your Quran because you read Quran, this is why we're going to go here today, we're going to do this today. So they're motivated to read more. So this is very true that we use the deen as a punishment system, that if the child has not, you know, done something, then all of a sudden you'll be asked, Did you pray? Otherwise you do not remember as soon as you know they're watching some television or they're on the computer. Did you pray? Did you read Quran? You didn't read Quran? And how can you watch television? How can you sit on the computer? They're gonna develop resentment for the game like this. We're instilling the

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hatred in this way. So yes, zero, make easy facilitate, make it possible for people don't impose it on them but make it possible for them to assume and do not make difficult do not make difficult. If you think about it, the meaning was complete, even by saying yes, zero. Yes, zero means zero, right? But when it has been said yes, zero will add to our zero. Then we see that RC is being completely negated that never ever create difficulty no matter what situation no matter where never ever create difficulty. Never make matters burdensome for people. Always facilitate for them. Always make it possible for them.

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always help them. Yes 01 to zero, and then by Shiro Wollaton a few vasiliou. What does bashira mean? give good news? What does it mean by that? Meaning give hope to people, encourage them begin with the good news not with the bad news. give hope give encouragement well to the pharaoh tuna Pharaoh never have to run away to view a verse, new food version. So Latin a few meaning do not make them run away. How can we make someone run away from the deen from learning the deen? How? By overburdening them by making it too difficult for them by demanding something that is beyond their ability by being too strict with them. Let me give you an example. In the weekend course, we

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completed the first half of the first, obviously that means a test where people are so many different levels. So we decided to have a practice test for them. They had a practice test, so that they were comfortable with, you know what's going to come on the test how they're supposed to study, this was what part of they see, they see does not mean Oh, you don't want to take the test don't take it. No, they see it as facilitating it so that they're able to do it. Because they have come to learn Quran. And if we don't facilitate that process, if we keep allowing them to not do one thing after the other, then they're not going to leave with the Quran. So we have the practices for them.

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And then the students who performed really well, first of all, the group, on average that did really well, we, you know, brought them in the front of the class and we gave them gifts. And three students who had done the very best, they were also given gifts. Why? encouragement that she'd good news, because when matters are facilitated, and people are given good news, then they feel encouraged, they want to come forward. But if you tell them all, none of you did good. Only three people got 100% out of the class of 300 people, we could say that too. But this would be a means of no force. give good news so that people are encouraged, they're motivated, don't give bad news,

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because that's gonna cause people to run away. Don't be very tough, don't be too strict. Because it will cause people to run away, understand, realize the capacity of the people, their strengths, their weaknesses, and a system fee only participate in what they're doing in school or other activities, they're able to listen to us, we have to show interest to them as well, that I noticed if you don't take interest in other things, they will not find interest in what you're saying.

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In order for them to take what you're trying to convey to them. Because if we're talking to kids, and then you start talking about it about whatever they get, they have no interest in that you have to understand your audience in order for them to take the knowledge and put it into air.

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Because if you're talking about stuff that's not relevant to the people at all, and you're making them bored, and they're going to not want to come again.

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I was thinking about the Harry Salatin referral, Pharaoh, me and my friend once we went to some Islamic school to register her daughter for a house. So the daughter she really liked that school and she wanted to have it. She was only nine and people over there, they said she can't we cannot register her because she didn't finish Quran. The girl she know how to read, but they refuse. And after two, three years, the girl She don't want to accept that after two, three years, but the gear she hated She don't want to come back. I really feel bad about that.

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There was a student who accepted Islam, and he was staying on residence and some people forced him it was a month of Ramadan soon after, I think it was about two weeks after they woke him up the forced him too fast. And they took him further away. And at the end of it after a month, after Ramadan, he came probably for a couple of weeks for Salah. And then he disappeared. He just changed his university, he disappeared completely. What he said like when you're starting to hire seemed really overwhelming. But when you when you read the heavy soap, the process and where they're so brief, so easy to remember, like how he made it for us, like we can convey his message with a

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silvery sound like, Oh, we have a Friday program, which is in the evenings. And the reason we started what that was with was, you know, vision, though, is that people they don't directly want to learn the entire Koran. So we thought, you know, if you give them you know, small, you know, small verses, you know, just small amounts of verses each week, once Yeah, like small lessons and, you know, they would be able to absorb better. And it's a model. It's amazing, like, you see a lot of people coming to find a class, and then they enroll into the full time programs. So you know, if you ever you know, want to tell people, you know, don't tell them Oh, come here for five days a week.

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You know, that's hard for people. So you know, if you suggest to them that Oh, there's a class on Fridays, it's only two hours, you know, people are more likely to come to that, you know, you create ease for people and then eventually these people can, you know, bring hair and sitting in front rows and commenting.

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Who made the one who appointed the earlier in for the people of knowledge meaning those people who want to learn a Yemen days maluma known meaning the one who appoints fixed days for the people who want to learn, certain days are fixed. Many people are not learning all the time every single day, but uncertainties why so that they can learn on a regular basis on a continuous basis? But it's not something that's done 24 7365 So as a result, you know, they will be averse to it No, it's done consistently regularly but you know, with breaks in the middle so that they're able to absorb had an arrangement of new Avi shea butter Carla had this Nigerian announcer in Abuja in in aura Khanna

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Abdullah you that killed on NASA he called the homies in Abuja, l said that Abdullah and this is live in Missouri. He used to you that he would remind meaning you would teach a NASA the people feed only homies in every what is homies thirsty for carnivora Julian, so a man said to him, yeah, about a man or a man of a man was a Konya. I was like when was earth so he said to him, lowered it to surely I would love that Annika, that you that Keltner you would remind us you would teach us cola Yeoman every single day. If only we could have this class every day. Allah He said, Amma Amma I'ma come to the beginning of a sentence and it gives the meaning of verily truly indeed. Oh, yes. So he

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said ama, indeed in who yum. neurone indeed, it prevents me, means ellika from doing that, what prevents me from doing that meaning from teaching every day, that unneeded indeed I Accra who I dislike an omen Lacan that I will make you bored of this. Mila is from Milan and Milan is weariness, tiredness, annoyance, irritation. So I do not want to overburden you with this knowledge by teaching you everyday so that you get annoyed by it. What in me and indeed I at the Hawaii lucam will mower ility I pay particular care and attention for what Venmo or Allah for advising you for instructing you. Karma just as canon Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam just as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam used to yet the hawala una via distance, he would take great care and attention in giving us Moreover, why Mahabharata out of fear of a samedi, boredom, or Elena upon us. So, he used to instruct people advise people every Thursday, you can think of it like, you know, a weekly halaqa. Okay, and people would come and learn from him and study from him. And he would also advise them, so a man requested that this should be done every single day, because when you start going to such modalities, you enjoy them so much. You want them to be on a more regular basis. But even when Trudeau didn't earn who he said that I did not want to do that, because I fear that you might become

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bored of it. And I'm following the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in instructing you only, you know, once a week, or not that often, but rather, once a week. Now, I can, as I mentioned to you that this is the way of who the common people, meaning when you're addressing the common people, when you're teaching them when you're instructing them, then, you know, you advise them, not all the time, but sometimes, but when it comes to people who are learning knowledge, we're studying knowledge, then they have to do it on a regular basis. But again, that regular basis does not mean seven days a week from morning until evening. It could mean for example, two days a week or four

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days a week, or five days a week, depending on what the schedule of a person allows them to do. And again, it doesn't mean that from morning until evening, but for a few hours of the day, whatever a person can afford, can take out of his schedule. But it is necessary that a balance be kept. Because as soon as things go out of balance, when a person is going, you know, for example, to some work every single day he's studying every single day, then it will affect him, it will affect his family, it will affect his well being. And this is not correct. There has to be a balance, where we know that gaining knowledge is something that is highly recommended meaning and it's even an obligation

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on us to a certain extent. However, at the same time, our body has a health Our family has a hook and that should not be neglected. And primarily a person should do this for the purpose of keeping his heart alive. Because if he's doing it all the time, every single day, then a point will come where you will not absorb what he is learning. He will just come across it and pass over it. And then go on to the next lesson and forget what was learned previously. And like this, you will not be able to get much out of all the effort that he's putting in. And you see our brains develop habits or our body

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They develop habits. And when we develop a habit, then our brain does not need to work much to, you know, to perform that particular action. So, for example, if a person is used to driving from his house to a particular destination at the beginning, he has to think, okay, I'm taking right here, I'm taking a left here, but then there are times when you're driving and you don't even realize how did I get here? You're an autopilot. Your mind is not working anymore, isn't it? You're not paying attention. But you don't want that when you're learning the dean when you're studying, then you go on autopilot that your heart and your mind are not involved. No. So in order to keep your mind and

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heart involved, you have to take time. You have to take time and you have to do it. Yes, on a regular basis, but not all the time. Because if you do it all the time, then you will not be able to absorb all the information, it will just pass over. It will come and it will go. You will hear and you will forget about chapter my unit the law will be higher on you. fucka hufa Dean, when Allah desires good for someone that he gives him the understanding of the religion had doesn't necessarily have neuro Faden Kala had definitely been on UNICEF. I never knew she haven't Peripera homemade eggnog Devvarman Samira to where are we at that I heard more Aria will deliver on who? hardly even

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while he was a hotly, meaning while he was giving a hot bath. He was addressing the people YOLO he said, Samaritan obeah SOT Allahu alayhi wa sallam a coal miner the law will be higher on whoever Allah wants good for you for a COVID Dean, he gives him the understanding in the religion. We're in America and indeed not but Anna Simone, I am a distributor. I am only one who distributes one law who Europe Li and Allah is the one who gives Whelan has Allah had his own moto wahlen and never does Allah. It will see is how the hill oma this oma Emerton one standing on meaning one upholding Allah amarilla upon the command of Allah, meaning this oma will always remain. Emerton, Allah amarilla it

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will always remain on the Quran of Allah lado for whom none will harm them, who mancala for whom those who oppose the meaning those who oppose them cannot harm them had that until yet the law, the command of Allah comes until the command of a law comes in this hadith three points are mentioned. First of all the great accidents a great virtue of fear COVID-19, the one who has worked within a las panatela has intended a lot of good for him. Secondly, that the giver is actually who Allah subhanaw taala even if what you are getting is coming through some means whether it is something or someone, like for example, you're getting money through your job, you're getting, you know, risk

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through a means. This is what it's actually coming from Allah, even if it's apparently coming from someone or from something, but the actual giver is who Allah subhanaw taala. And thirdly, that there will always be some people from this oma, who will remain on the hook until the last day. The first point has to do with knowledge in the second point has to do with in the context of the court, because the prophets on lorrison would distribute the southern part amongst the people. And he would say that I'm only the one who distributes it. In fact, it is Allah who gives you meaning don't think that this wealth is coming from me it's actually a law who is sending this to you. And the third

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point has to do with a shopper saw the signs of the day of judgment and we see that there is a deeper relationship between these three points. What is that? That the one who attains understanding of the deen The one who attains understanding of the deen is someone who has been given a lot of hair from who? Allah subhanaw taala However, this understanding of the deen can a person get it by himself. No, it is something that has been given to him by Allah. It is something that has been given to him by Allah. So person can only have knowledge a person can only have understanding if Allah gives it to him.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that intimate and a person will lower your ugly. So you may be learning through a book through a course through a teacher, however, who is actually giving this to you who's actually providing this opportunity to you to learn a law. It is coming through some means but Allah is giving it to you. It can only come to you if Allah allows it for you. And a person who has the knowledge of the deen who upholds lives by the commands of Allah than he is of those people who are on the hook. And there will be people who will remain on the hook until the last day even if they may be very, very few but they will remain on the hook until

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Last thing, you see the connection in all of these three points, how one leads to the other. So what do we see here? that knowledge, understanding of the dean is a funnel is a gift is a favor of a loss upon without. And the person who has been given the opportunity to learn. Yes, he should be grateful to, you know, for example, a teacher who is teaching him or the author of a book that he is learning from these very appreciated, however, he should be most grateful to Allah soprano. Because this is the favor of Allah, imagine my unit 11 will be hired on a lot, what's good for you? A lot, what's good for you. So you should be grateful for this favor. We should be very, very grateful for this

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favor, because we could never ever avail such opportunities except with the interval, isn't it? So there are many other people who want to learn but they never have that opportunity. They never find a way. They never get that chance. So if we haven't given the chance we have been provided with the venue, then we should be extremely grateful to Allah subhanaw taala and those people who are on the truth, who are they, those people who are of knowledge, the last part of this or these that one does Allah Howdy, Omaha amateur Allah, Allah, Allah Roman holophone Hata Tia, on Roma, Yamaha even humble, he said that if they are not the people of Hadith, and I do not know who they are, if they

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are not the people of Hadith, and I do not know who they are, so who are those people who will remain on the truth until the last day, those people who are on the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Salah, it doesn't mean that this is a group of people who have, you know, who follow a particular folk who live in a particular land who follow a particular Madhava teacher? No, it is those people who uphold the commands of Allah and how is that done by clinging to the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. This is why my husband Herman said if they're not the people who are distant I do not know who they are, because they are the ones who uphold the truth, they live by it

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and they also pass it on. And we see that where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that my unity lead will be played on your photography Deen. It shows that on the other hand, if a person does not gain knowledge of the deen if a person does not understand the deen, then he is depriving himself off of hiren that a person has the opportunity to learn, but he does not take advantage, then he is depriving himself along one's good for someone he gives him understanding of thena if a person does not take advantage, then who is he depriving himself the one who has been given knowledge he has been given abundant but the one who does not have knowledge has been deprived of abundant good,

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Holly so we live in a Allah Muna, onelogin, Allah Allah know, there are some whom Allah wants good for, and there are others who have been deprived of that good. So if we want to have that good, what should we do? Learn the deed, it's actually mistake and fault on our part, when instead of giving the user to people, we create the author for them. And instead of being a beshara, it become a cause of the food for them. This is a funnel of Allah, this is a huge blessing, favor of Allah gift of Allah. And a gift is given with happiness, right? And it should be shown with happiness. If somebody gives you a gift you show to other people, oh my god, look, they gave me such a big gift. You're

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happy, you don't look exhausted and you don't look bored and you don't look like a great disaster has happened. We protect all the blessings of Allah that He gives us our wealth we protect, we protect our children. And so knowledge we need to protect as well and pass it on. And wealth we use children we enjoy. So how can we just keep our knowledge? So we have to benefit from it as well and pass it on as Bab? Me filler l me famiy understanding filler in in knowledge. What does it show? that knowledge is something that yes has to be learned. It has to be acquired. But along with learning along with memorization, it also has to be understood. Because when can you apply knowledge

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when you understand it? If you've just memorized it, then you won't be able to apply it. Doesn't it? mean for example, if your person has a child has memorized all of the multiplication tables, but they don't know what that means? Yes, two times two is four. But I don't know what that means. If they don't know what that means, it will they be able to apply it. No. They have to memorize as well as understand only then they can apply only then they can benefit from that knowledge. How does an alien had done so fiano Kala Kala Li IGNOU abena jihan and Mujahideen are Allah He said, which I heard he said that Sahib do. I accompanied even Amara of the livan aroma in El Medina to Medina.

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Meaning I was with him on his journey to Medina I traveled with him for them so not a smart who I heard him. You had this. He narrated a hadith and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in LA except had Ethan was were hidden only when

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I was with him on his journey to Medina. But throughout that journey, he only narrated one Hadees only one Hadees Allah He said, what was that Hadith that he said, Kunta. We were in the Navy Saud Allahu alayhi wa sallam, we were with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam for Oto. So it was brought what was brought Bijou Marian, the spadix of data for Karla so he said the Prophet sallallaahu Selim said in Amina szegedi indeed, among the trees is sheduled a tree math aloha its example is committed Muslim life example of Muslim meaning it resembles the Muslim for two so I intended even remote and akula that I should say here, it is the date palm, for either. So since I was a little the youngest

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alone of the people for a second. So I remain silent, or an abuse Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Here, it is an Allah, that a palm tree, that is what resembles the Muslim even are modeled in our on who he had fun. He had understanding. And it shows that when

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam asked a question, he understood it, and he knew what the answer was. And perhaps he figured out what the answer was because of the Jamal that was brought, that it's part of the date bomb. Right. So that was brought so and that isn't the profit sort of Allison master question. So it had to do, you know, had something to do with it? Right. So he figured out he had fun, he had understanding, but because he was young, this is why he did not speak up over there. And we see that later on. When people looked up to him for his knowledge, still his full class, this is understanding, this is found that a person speaks less and does more. in the company of people who

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were elder than him. He was silent, out of respect. And in a journey, where people were younger than him and they wanted to learn from him. Again, he spoke less, this is wisdom. This is true understanding. When a person only has information knowledge, then he just wants to talk and talk and talk. But when a person truly understands that he speaks less, and he does more, even or more of the learner who inherited only one incident, why out of fear of the other or knocks on the other meaning he did not want to do much he did not want to narrow too much to the people who become overburdened. And similarly, he did not want to fall short in narrating to them. So he at least narrated one

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Hadees because he did not want to bore people. He did not want to make them fed up of the deen so that they would lose interest. He follow the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu. ala, if you think about it, when people are traveling, is that the ideal time to teach somebody? No. Because when people are traveling, they're distracted,

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isn't it, you want to look around, you want to have fun, you want to enjoy, you want to relax, you want to appreciate the creation of Allah subhanaw taala. And if you were being lectured at that time, wouldn't you be uncomfortable, you would be uncomfortable, because you can neither enjoy, nor can you learn. And you're just left with that feeling of guilt.

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So look at the wisdom of urban or modal the learner Look at his phone, that when he was traveling as well, with his students, he spoke less he did not overdose and, you know, he did not give them too much information so that they would get bored. And you see you just narrated one incident and it was so relevant. Because when you're traveling through the desert, what do you see the farms? Isn't it when you're traveling through the desert, you see a lot of dead plants. So he told them something that would cause you know, that would make them interested, it would be beneficial, something that they could reflect on something that they could enjoy as well. You know, we think that when you're

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talking about Dean, you have talked about a lot of like serious stuff. But the thing is that even when you're traveling and you're looking at different things you can if you have the right mindset if you have the right thinking you can relate that with the Quran with the deen as well. Like for example, you could be just you know, on a plane looking at clouds and you might be just saying oh my god, there's such huge clouds. And you could also remember some verses in the Quran, which describe clouds as a cigar.

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You know, heavy mountain like clouds, and you share that with the person sitting next to you, they they're interested in the Quran, you've shared something as well, you're reflecting as well, and you're enjoying as well.

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Many times that has happened that, you know, whenever we're traveling together as a family, my mother always mentioned such things. And, you know, it teaches you what you cannot learn in a classroom, what you learn by experience in real life, you cannot learn that in a classroom setting. So, you know, when people are traveling or when we are, you know, going through our daily lives and don't go and lecturing people, give them information that is beneficial and relevant, that will make them think and that they can also enjoy it's not too heavy web activity, filler enemy will Hekmati. llt. Well, what is the ultimate? It's from Reaper, Reaper, is to be happy. When is the person happy?

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When is it delighted? When he says something? Isn't it when a person feels special that I have something that others don't have? I have something very unique. And when a person has something unique, then do other people envy him? Yes, they do. So that book is developed is to feel envy. But it's different from hazard hazard is what? The money Zoolander that you wish that the other person will lose that blessing

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is that you? Wish you also had

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hazard is you don't want them to have it even if you have it. You don't want them to have it HIPAA is that you are okay with them having it but you also want it. So if developed failure in me will Hekmati feeling envy, having desire for what knowledge and hikmah that others have, what color aroma and Omar Abdullah on who said the folks who gain understanding of Allah before and to say that you are made Chief,

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gain understanding gain knowledge before you are made a leader before you are made a leader. And we're Abdullah, he said that the companions of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam they used to study even when they were old, so gain knowledge before you become old, but even were better than the cell will do. And also after you are made a leader, what do we see in this chapter heading? First of all, it's about filtering, we will hate when it is permissible to feel envious in these matters, that when someone has more knowledge than you, when someone has more Heckman than you, that the knowledge that they have, they're also applying it which shows that they also have hekla and

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similarly when a person has well and they're spending it in the wavelength in beneficial means, then in that case also a person may feel envious of him meaning a person may also desire that he has the same Andromeda Leonardo he said the Kabbalah unto someone. What does he mean by this that the Falco gain understanding of the deen before too so what do so what is that you are made cider? Meaning you were made leaders you were made in charge. So before you were made in charge, before you were made a leader before you are given a position, what should you do? gain knowledge. Why? Because if you don't have knowledge, if you don't have understanding, then instead of taking people into light,

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you'll be taking them into darkness. Instead of benefiting people you might be harming them. This is why it's necessary that we equip ourselves with knowledge before we go on to do something. However, it is also necessary that even after a person has become sada, meaning even after a person has gained a position of leadership of authority, still he continues learning. So the parabola and two salvado were birthed into somewhere, and also after you become a leader, why? Because gaining a particular position of leadership does not mean that you don't need to learn more. No, you need to learn before and you also need to learn after because as human beings we forget, isn't it? We come

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across situations that we don't know how to solve, or we are human beings and we have hearts and the state of the heart keeps changing. Sometimes we feel jealousy, sometimes we feel pride, sometimes we feel you know, feelings that should not be there. So we are to continuously cure our hearts and that is only possible if a person is gaining knowledge. If we put a stop to learning, then we begin to fall backwards. We begin to fall backwards then, then we will make mistakes. And we see that the scholars of the past even though they had a lot of knowledge, still they would go and learn from others. So a barter unto sourdough and we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he received where

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he, throughout his profited, isn't it? And gibreel came and taught him so many times. It wasn't the quote

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was real to him at once. And that was it. He did not need any more guidance, any more instruction from the last panel, Donna No, constantly you needed that. So how can we think that we will not need that gain knowledge before to sell Where do and also after you might decide whether Mr. Maliki said that in Al khaldi either asila la yo do Illa Medici, Lady Kenyatta and Amalfi that many times it happens that the call the meaning the person was made the judge, when he's given his position, he never goes back to the modulus where he gained that knowledge from, he never goes back to the modulus where he gained that knowledge from that taught him that trained him to be what he is. And

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this is extremely sad. We can never ever think that once. You know, we have, for example, taken a particular course studied a particular thing. And then we moved on to become who we have become that we never learn after that, no, it's necessary that we continue learning. A person must always look at himself as a student of knowledge as a thought he will tell the woman you start viewing yourself as a shareholder or teacher or something like that. And that's it, you're not gonna learn after that. Even if you learn information, you won't be able to benefit from it. So the Falco Avila into sourdough. And also, we're better than this.

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Even in the secular world, if a person has a particular degree, he took it like four or six years ago, and he's applying for some new work, he has to, you know, get some more training or certification or something or the other, because only if he has, you know, reviewed, gone further, then he will get a better position. So, even in worldly matters, we cannot put a stop to learning in deenie matters, there is no way we can put a stop to our learning constantly, we have to learn. And always whenever you have, you know, studied from somewhere, studied anywhere, go back over there, and learn and study there again. Like for example, you know, if you study for a particular teacher

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put on, they've taught you how to recycle. And for example, just because you you know, have taken a very advanced that read course, don't forget that first teacher reviewers, don't forget that your son on you always remember them. And always go back to them, meet them, visit them, ask them even if you know, even if you know, and even if you think you know more than them, you know better than them. Because they're the ones who taught you first. And they sign on you is great. If they hadn't taught you, you wouldn't be here. So don't forget their favorite. I've seen my mother, you know her teacher, when she was doing her PhD. She I'm sorry, by then Judy, when she learned a lot from him.

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And he was was visiting Pakistan. And the way she was asking him questions. I've never asked questions like that, you know, as if she was, you know, a very, very young student who didn't know what he was asking one question after the shutter notebook with her bandwidth or constantly writing, writing, writing. And this was in Pakistan aware of who the institute is, you know, all over the country, so many different branches, 1000s and 1000s of students, she could have brought him in as a visiting scholar. But she brought him in as her teacher. This is something that is very important. The moment we think that Yeah, I know more I know enough. That said, When pride comes in, it will

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prevent us from learning. There should be no pride, no pride at all. And to keep ourselves humble, we should keep going back to where we started. And the statement of America, it's very scary at the party. As soon as he is appointed, he does not go back to the Madras where he learns, he never goes back over there because he thinks that he's do great now. And this prevents him from learning to difficult Avila and to savato BARDA and to somebody. Yeah, it could be pride in other aspects as well, that could, you know, prevent you from learning. Okay, like, for example, a person thinks that Yeah, now I'm older. Now, before I was very young. But now I'm older in age, or I have this job, and

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I work there. And I volunteer over here. So this is what I don't need to go here. I don't need to learn this. This can also prevent the person. But can that pride prevent you? Of course it can. Because a person thinks I'm much greater now how can I go and sit with these people who are learning? How can I go back to that, you know, school or that class where everybody's sitting over there, they don't know anything. I've gone through the process. I'm, you know, this person with this position, I'm not going to go back over the like, for example, the example of the kadhi. He's a judge now, but he doesn't go back too much this way he learned from So anyway, pride should not

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prevent a person from I mean, we should never let pride come in the way and prevent us from learning to keep ourselves humble, we should keep going back and acquiring knowledge. And this statement of our moral dilemma and how difficult problem to solve has also been understood in another way which is that gain knowledge before you are made a leader in the sense that before you become older, because once

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become older then you have less chances to learn doesn't mean that once you become old you can't learn no old age should not prevent your position should not prevent you however you do have less chances. Many of you may experience this that you wish you have more time to study, but you don't have that much time isn't it? Because you're busy at home you're busy with your children, you're busy with your grandchildren and you have other obligations so before you reach a point where you don't have much time left to learn and this isn't realized that young people can especially benefit from you know we keep waiting when I'm older I will do this when I'm married and I will do this when

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I have children I will do this Don't wait to it now. People say you know I will join a particular course after these many months know whatever opportunity you have right now. Take it because you don't know what might happen then. Okay, inshallah we will study the Hadees afterwards tomorrow inshallah

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so kind of a lot more behind the happy to show the world that Illa Illa enter the stuff Luca wanted to relay a salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.