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Salam or aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatuhu.

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Una salir de soleil Karim ama vert feroza Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim furbish strategies for the usmle MD, Dr. melissani of koko de obras president or EMA

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Bab Elif devoutly filler in me will Hekmati wirkkala Amaro de facto who are Bella and the subway do a lift about desiring the same? Having envy? For what? For knowledge, as well as wisdom, meaning just as other people have knowledge and wisdom a person desires, that he also has the same. Is it permissible? Yes, it is. And the statement of our model data on who the fuck are who popular and to say what do seek filk meaning gain knowledge before you become a chief before you become older? Or before you are given some position? What's the relationship? What's the connection between these two statements? The first statement, Mr. Bahari has derived it from the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu

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wasallam, which will now be mentioned under this chapter heading, in which we learned that has said or envy is only permissible in two cases. Firstly, in the case of the one who has been given knowledge by Allah, who has been given knowledge, and he implements that knowledge, he lives by that knowledge. And secondly, is the case of the person who has been given wealth by Allah, and he spends it in the right way as well. So such two people who have been given great blessings, knowledge, and what wealth and they use it properly as well, such people deserve envy, meaning you should envy them. And being them is permissible, it doesn't mean that a person wishes that they may forget their

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knowledge or their wealth may be lost for them know that a person desires that he should also have the same that He really looks up to them. He really looks up to such people, he aspires to be like them, you know, you have role models, you look at some people and you're like, I wish I could be like them, this is a person I want to be like. So these are the two people two examples that Allah subhanaw taala has given to us. Now, the next statement is off or muraleedharan? Who where he said that gain understanding, meaning gain knowledge before you become old, or before you were given some position? Why is it necessary to gain knowledge before a person reaches some position so that he can

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do what he's supposed to properly? Because if an ignorant person is given a high position, then what is he going to do? He is going to decide judge at according to his ignorance isn't at all. And he is going to make a fool of himself as well as other people, he's going to go astray himself and also lead other people astray. So the only way that is that a person can be successful when he's given a position is when he has knowledge. So when he will live by that knowledge, that he will do what is right, he will lead other people to what is right. And that person that are these tells us that he is deserving meaning He's worthy of being envious, meaning you can be envious of him. You understand

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the relationship between the two now gain knowledge and then get a position so that you do right. And as you're in that position, if people envy you their envy is justified. So let's look at the studies have done. Maybe you call ahead the center Sophia got ahead destiny is married have new ob holiday in our lady my head does now who's the real policy mirror to a 70 Avi has been policy director of the law have numerous rudan I heard of the law even was rude saying that follow Colin Abele sallallahu alayhi wa sallam at the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam said, law has said that there is no jealousy meaning jealousy is not permissible envy is not correct, it is not right.

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In law except fitna Taney. In concerning regarding do people, if a person is jealous of another, it is not correct, it is not permissible. Why? Because jealousy What is it? Do it waste the deeds of a person. But the only two ways in which it is permissible is in these two ways that first of all, radula Amen. Meaning that a person is envious of a man of a person who Adele who Allahu merlon, whom Allah has given well, and with this wealth, what does he do? for so little? So he is given authority he is given power, he is given power by who? Allah subhanaw taala he is given that authority by Allah to do what are Allah halakha t upon its spending halakha this is from Halak literally means

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destruction, but you know that this word is also used for death. And it's also used for spending money because when you spend money then it says oh the money has gone away from you just as a person has died is gone away from you. So for solito Allah halakha TV, he is given the ability by Allah to spend it where fiddle healthy in the right ways in the waves of truth.

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Meaning in ways that are correct in the sight of a loss pattern. And if a person spends in the right way, then that spending is a reward for him, even if he spends on himself or his family, or his friends, or the needy in any way, if he spends if that way is correct, then that spending is rewardable. So, for solito, Allah halakha T will help so this person, this hadith tells us that we should have and be against or envy of this person. Why? Because when we look up to them, that we will desire to be liked, and we will aspire to be like them as well. Why don't you alone and a man at a hula hoop heck matter whom Allah has given wisdom, and with this wisdom, what does he do for

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Hawaii, aka Libya. So he judges Bihar, according to it, where you are a limo, her, and he also teaches it, he implements that knowledge. And he also teaches other people that knowledge, he doesn't just keep it to himself. So we learned about two people in this Hadees First of all, the one who spends the wealth in beneficial means, and secondly, the one who attains knowledge and applies it, he has the ability to use that knowledge, both of these two people, we should, or the Hadees tells us that it is permissible to have and we have these people. However, if you look at it from these two people, even which one is more superior,

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the second one, the one who has knowledge, why, because the person who has wealth, he will spend it, but eventually that wealth will finish and that man will also finish, but the person who has knowledge, then what will he do? He will teach that knowledge, he will implement that knowledge and that knowledge will benefit people for hundreds and hundreds of years. Take the example of a Buddha.

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He did not gather a lot of wealth, what did he have? He gained knowledge. And that knowledge he learned, he implemented and he also taught. And we see that people are benefiting from that knowledge even today, and will continue to do so even afterwards. And this is the reason why Mojave is mentioned this Hardee's over here, this shows towards the virtue of gaining knowledge that how virtuous this act is how beneficial this act is, that when a person has it he's at such a high level that others have been told to have envy of him.

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So this is something that we should aspire to do. And notice how it has been said in the Hadees that Rajan, Atal Allahu. And hecla. And previously Rajan Allahu melun What does it show that wealth and hikmah both are given by a loss upon a person cannot attain it himself. With regards to hikma lost pounds, it says you Hekmati mania sha Allah gives hikma to whomsoever He wills or minute the heck modificado oltean cutera. Now a person might think that with regards to his his hikma, you know, a person who has been given hikma, and he judges, according to it, and he also teaches it the person right, so Well, I'm not called the Homer supposed to use the knowledge and judge according to it. If

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you think of it, every single day, or every single thing that we do, we're always in that, you know, role that you can see, you're always making the decision, isn't it? Should I do this? Should I not do this? And what is it that helps you make your decision, it's the knowledge that you have the heckler that a person has been given by a loved one is a gift from Allah subhanaw taala. And the thing is that the more a person strives to a knowledge, right, he tries to implement an Allah also shows him how to implement and many of the prophecies they have said that hikmah in the Quran, it refers to the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Salah, so the more a person gets to learn about the

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son of the Prophet, and he implements it, the more wisdom he attains the way to hate mice facilitated by Allah for that person.

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Bab maduka Rafi the happy Mazel sallallahu alayhi wa sallam affilate Buhari in El hombre de la colita Allah held a W Khurana and to aluminum Mr. Lim DeCosta Bab muda Kira, what has been mentioned, fi the heavy concerning the going off going of who? Musa sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you might find this strange, because we know that it was the Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam and Musa alayhis salam, right. If you look at the meaning of the term sallallahu alayhi wasallam What does it mean? May the blessings and peace of Allah be upon him? So it is a Kadima, in which you're making a DA? Right? And yes, this has been fixed for the Prophet sallallahu Sallam However, there's

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no harm if you say for other prophets as well, because made a Peace and blessings of Allah be upon all of the prophets of Allah. So what has been mentioned concerning his going Phil battery to the sea, it will have led to hold it. We're calling it Allah and the statement of a loss of data while Fw Rocha when Messiah Salam said this is many

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In the Quran that held a Tabby ruka May I follow you Allah on the condition that and to eliminate that you teach me mimma from that which are limited, you have been taught rooster off right guidance. What does this show to us in this Hadees that has mentioned afterwards, we learn about the incident in which musasa went to Hubbard and learned from him. What do you think the relationship is between this Hadees and the previous chapter heading to previous Baba disband? What's the relationship between the two? That de Vaca Kaaba and Salva, vida and Mossad, Islam despite being a prophet of Allah, he did not stop there from gaining knowledge know, when Allah subhanaw taala told

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him go to this man and learn, he went and learned. So we see that Mr. nslm went and learned from college. And this shows that musar is armed with the knowledge that he had he implemented it.

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He had been given hikmah By Allah, He implemented that knowledge. How do we see that, that when Allah subhanaw, taala, told him that Hubbard had more knowledge than him, we saw this and I wanted to go and learn.

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He wanted to go and learn and knowledge, you know, a person when he acquires it, and he reaches that level where others are envious of him, he cannot reach that level, except with hardship.

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And mozzarella, Sam had to go through hardship in order to learn from how they,

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you know, a person does not become superstar in one day, even Indonesia matters. Similarly, if a person wants to become knowledgeable, then he can't just get there, within moments within a year, within two years, no, a lot of effort has to be put in. A person has to strive, he has to struggle, he has to learn, he has to study he has to travel, he has to have a lot of subjects, he has to learn from others, he has to bear the difficulties as well off the way right sometimes the strictness the hardships that come from other people, isn't it? Because there was a little strict with most artists. So a person has to endure all of that, only then can he acquire knowledge. And when he goes

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through all of that he acquires knowledge, then he is at that level where others envy him.

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You know, sometimes we look at, for example, some scholars are so knowledgeable, they just get there like that. No, there is a lot of effort behind that. A lot of effort. I remember in one of the classes, she has a call, he was asked about how he learned and everything. And he was mentioning what how when he was young, he would read Arabic books, and he would consult the dictionary again and again, and figure out why, you know, looking at the dictionary and reading one book after the other, I mean, it requires a lot of effort. A person does not just learn Arabic or learn the Quran or anything, just like that. You may have experienced it yourself as well, to be able to understand

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the text of the Quran directly. It requires a lot of effort, constant study during the lesson seven times sometimes more sitting through class revising, reading, isn't it? So during your assignments, it takes a lot from a person to get there and when he gets there, only then can he read the fruit that a person must be humble at that stage as well. And we see the humility of Masada surrender he went and he learned from how that and look at the way he said that has to be Raka Allah and to eliminate the Merlin de rooster, that May I follow you may I come along with you that he is requesting with a lot of respect, with a lot of humidity that may I learned from you. He was a

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prophet of Allah but still he was humble and as long as a person has humidity you will keep learning but if a person thinks that no now I'm a leader and now I have this position. Then he will stop learning

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if a person has learned properly before to somewhat do then you will continue learning after this I will do as well yes it wasn't the color was supposed to come to masala Salaam to teach him but masala Islam went to him in order to learn Okay, let's look at the Hadees How does no Mohammed Abu Raiden as debris you follow the Sunnah Yakubu Ebrahim potterhead Destiny Abbey and Solomon I have no she haven't had the under obey the law him near Abdullah Bara who that our nuclear bessin from even our vessel deliver on who that unknown indeed he tomorrow he disputed he had an argument who were he meaning given or vessel dillo on who and who will show up no case. So even our best to learn who and

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even face they had some argument and a horrible case was even hisun alphas are you what was the argument about few sahibi Moosa concerning the Sahib the companion of masala Salaam, all of your best, even our best said that who did that he was the one who was mentioned in the Quran to homosassa and went to in order to learn he was called that because in the Quran, the name of God has not been mentioned. So the two had an

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argument and even advice was of the opinion that he is further from Allah be human so he passed by them to who passed by them to obey ignore carbon further our who so he called him who called him even our best pillow or even our best called or even Karl sakasa he said any indeed item array Do I have disputed meaning I have an argument Anna I will sahibi and my companion Hi there this one feels sorry we Moosa concerning the companion of musasa Ellery The one who said Allah Moosa musallam asked a Sevilla the way Illa Loki to his meeting, the companion of massage about him musallam asked that he should be shown the way to him meaning massage, as the last panel data to lead him to holiday so

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that he could learn from him. So even our best Ask away even curve that helps America have you heard and nebia sallallahu early He will send them the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, yet guru that he mentioned, shall know who his affair his state, meaning Do you know if the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam mentioned anything concerning him? Allah obey even corrupt said, Now yes, Samaritan Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with a call I heard him saying that vein ama once Musa masala female he amongst the Chiefs min Benny Israel of Bani Israel while he was sitting with the mother of Bani Israel. Jo hora jhulan A man came to him for color so he said her allama hadn't

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helped. Do Darla Moo you know, I hadn't anyone. Do you know of anyone are llama more annoying Minka than you. Do you know of any other person who is more annoying than you call Musa masala. Sam said, No, being I don't know of any person who is more knowledgeable than me. Why do you think he said that? Because he was a prophet of Allah. And if you think about it, or even as of to touch it as machinery, and dunya and machinery? Was there anyone more knowledgeable than musasa amongst human beings? No, at that time, not at all. With regards to worldly knowledge, Was there someone more knowledgeable than him? Of course there could have been many, many people. Now this man as a general

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question, is there anyone who is more knowledgeable than you? Was that is that I'm sorry? No, I am the most knowledgeable person human being present for Oh Allah who so Allah subhanaw taala inspired eater Musa Musa Bella, rather, I will do now How did our servant How did he know something that you don't know? He knows something that you don't know because we're vocal Livia element, or name, fossa Allah musasa masala Salaam asked a sabirah the way lie to him. Was Alison I'm asked Allah subhanaw taala as you how he could go to him. Isn't it amazing? Allah subhanaw taala told him that how they knows more than you will start instead I wanted to go to him and learn what does he know that I

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don't know. And it wasn't a test harder. But it was really to learn from him. For general Allahu so Allah made Lahu for him that the fish I attend assign so Allah appointed the fish as assigned for musala San Joaquin Allahu and it was set to him either for when you lose for God that you lose any think of any word in the Quran from the same root introducer when the brothers of use of artists I'm asked that what is it that you have lost?

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So what did Allah who either forgotten who the when you lose the fish forget then return then go back go back where meaning the place where you have lost the fish and over there you will find for inaka So indeed you will meet him there. What kinda and he was the ATO bureau he was to follow atharva the traces of route of the fish Ville battery into the sea. So wherever the fish would go into the sea musasa was supposed to follow the fish over there and over there he was supposed to find called for quarterly Moosa. So, he said to musasa who said to him Fatah who is slave or his young boy, his servant who was with him either Did you see it away now when we talk to when we took

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ourselves meaning when we rested in a society at the rock for a nice or indeed an acetal route? I forgot the fish. When we rested there by the rock. I forgot the fish meaning the fish got out of the bucket went into the water and we were supposed to follow it but you were resting and I forgot to tell you when you woke up, and they remembered after they had left that place, warmer and sunny and none made me forget it forget what the fish in the shadow except the shade pot and add Cora who that I should remember it mini chiffon made me forget to remember the fish

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dimension the fish to you that the fish had escaped. Allah He said Musashi Lam said there Lika that is my akuna nubbly. That is exactly what we were seeking. That is exactly what we were looking for, for that. So both of them returned, they went back on a third Hema upon their footsteps also saw following, retracing, so they went back, retracing their footsteps to where that rock was, and where their fish had escaped into the water for word Yaga how they went over there, both of them found how the Fergana so it was men chutney Hema of their affair of their state, a lady what costs Allah Allah has narrated as our junk fee kitabi in his book, The rest of the incident, obey even cop said, you

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know, it is as a loss of Hamilton has mentioned it in his book in the Quran. So he didn't mention the entire story. But there are many lessons to be learned from this incident, especially what is mentioned over here. First of all, we learned here that there is no limit to learning knowledge, no matter what position a person has, no matter what position he has attained, no matter what he has learned, no matter what knowledge is acquired, there's always room for growth and improvement. Always. It could be review, it could be revision, it could be learning something new, it could be refreshing what you have learned already, there's always room for growth and improvement. musallam

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being the Prophet of Allah, he went in order to learn from others. Secondly, we also learned from this that an alum, a person who is supposed to be known as someone who is knowledgeable, can also learn from others. Because no human being can reach that level where you can say I am the most knowledgeable, human beings are limited. We cannot grasp the knowledge of every single thing. It's not within our ability. So even though there may be a person who is extremely knowledgeable, he can also learn from others. So for example, you know, sometimes if we are sitting with somebody who is perhaps less than us, we say, Oh, they haven't studied the Quran, what do they know? No, you can

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also learn something from them. You might say, Oh, they don't have much of the Quran memorized. What do they know? No, you can also learn something from them. You know, generally, when we look at other people, we look at what degrees they have, where they have studied what they have done. You can even learn from those people who don't know, look, man, he was asked how he learned wisdom. And he said, by sitting with the ignorant people by looking at the ignorant people that I saw them. And that is how I learned what wisdom was that I should not be like this. And instead I should be like this. So there's always room for improvement, you can always learn from those who are even less than you.

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Because we see that musallam had his machinery but in Kony is something that he did not possess. And how did you know that? You when musasa went with him to the sea, on that entire journey, how there was not teaching him about what Allah subhanaw taala has revealed and what he has commanded. He was showing him different things, especially a wisdom. You know, a child has skill, there is a reason behind that whole has been made into the ship. There's a reason behind that similarity from the Hadees. We learned that on the ship as they were sailing, a bird came and you know, and took some water from the sea and only a few drops came and musasa was told that look at that amount of water

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that the bird has taken that is the knowledge that we have compared to the entire sea, the knowledge that Allah subhanaw taala possesses, so he taught him wisdom, he taught him in Coney, not early machinery. So just because we have learned the Quran, just because we are studying the body, it doesn't mean that we cannot learn from people who know other things. We can also learn from them. Because it happens sometimes people say that if there's a you know, for example, a professor who's not a Muslim or a specialist who's not a Muslim, or an author who's not a Muslim, what can you learn from them, you can still learn something from them. Okay, it might not be something with the Quran

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and Sunnah. But you can learn something that may benefit you in some other way. You know like it is said that wisdom is the Lost Treasure of the believer. He takes it wherever he finds it. So wherever you find beneficial knowledge beneficial information, take it benefit from it, don't say oh, they're non Muslim, don't go there. Don't listen to them. Oh, this person doesn't know the Quran. Don't listen to them. Yes, you should always have your filters on Okay, always, you know, filtering whatever information you take in. But you can always learn and practical things from the elders, you sit with them. Maybe they're not very knowledgeable, but they just tell you one story and the

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concept get clear. Yes, information knowledge you can learn from books, but wisdom you learn through experience. The Wisdom is something that you learn from experience. And that is done by sitting with by socializing with other people, by talking to other people by asking them by seeing what they know what they say. You know, whenever you're having a problem, if you want to find a solution to any issue, whatever it is, ask other people find out

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What they do find out what they have to say. It could be a very small issue as well, just right now today only I was asking one of the mothers that what do you do to keep your child busy? What kind of activities do you do with them? Because you know, I have a toddler and I have to keep, you know, coming up with new new activities to keep him busy at home. So I asked him to people, you know, I could say that oh, you know, this book, The author is not a Muslim, are these people what do they know? No, they have studied they know something I can benefit from that knowledge. So wherever you find information that has beneficial take, but always have your filters on that knowledge of the

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deen it only makes you more eager to learn more. It only makes you more eager to, you know, save your time and be more effective in the work that you do, isn't it? So you benefit more from what you learn? Then we also learn that a person may also ask others questions, who may be lesser than him in knowledge or in status. Like for example, we know that Musa Islam he was the Prophet of Allah, how there was who he was not a prophet of Allah, Who was he, a servant of Allah, a righteous servant. And we do not know about you know, people say that, oh, he was some angel or something, some other creation, a low art and what he was who he was, but he was an odd, okay? But the prophet of Allah,

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his rank is definitely higher. Because what do we learn in the Quran that those who believe and do righteous deeds are like on Hyrule berry? Yeah. Okay, they are the best of the entire creation. An entire creation includes angels and jinn. So how they, whether he was human or Angel, whoever, but still the Prophet of Allah, his level is definitely higher than his. But yes, how they knew something that was that Islam did not know. But just because how the status was Lessard not mean that Mossad isn't I would not ask him? No. Because sometimes we think that if we have been given a particular position, how can I ask my daughter for a suggestion? How can I discuss this issue with

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my daughter in law? How can I ask my, you know, friend who hasn't even studied the Quran about this new they don't know, know you they can, they can suggest something to you. Because sometimes it happens that we are going, we're having a problem, we're facing a challenge. And we want to discuss it with for example, our husband or our brother, our sister, and they haven't studied the Quran, don't let that stop you. They may have some ideas, some suggestion that can really benefit you.

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Just, you know, today I was, there's a sister, she was helping us with grammar help. And, you know, today, I was just really thinking that we have three different subjects. We're not agreed, we have Bahati. And then we have grammar. And we have different groups for each class. And I was thinking that somehow, like the group and charges change for each subject, so a person who's your student can be a teacher in the other group. So I think it's spot on, like, you know, even though we're all like, you know, studying the same subject, there's some people that are stronger in some things, and then the other. And, you know, it's amazing how you feel so humbled that, you know, you're teaching

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at one point, but then in the next group, your as your student. So you can always learn from everybody in the class as well, yes. Like, the struggles that we have to go through in order to gain wisdom or to gain knowledge are really hard. And like for a lot of people, like how many of our subjects were doing or whatever is hard, but I was just thinking, how will Sally salon, like some of the things that he experienced were humorous, like he was making a hole in the ship, and he's like, what are you doing? And then he's like, Did I tell you when a patient was with me, but another aspect was, he literally saw, you know, him murder a child. And that's very scary. Like if we

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actually put ourselves in and not think of it as a story and think of it as something real. It's really traumatic, really, to watch someone kill somebody else. And he had to go through that in order to learn something. So I think like, there's gonna be lots of, like, you know, pain and, and hardships and trying to learn the knowledge. But if you're determined to learn, then you can, I guess you can.

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I just have an experience to share. I happen to be at a conference, and it was a medical conference. I just happened to be there with somebody. And this was in the UK. And it was an international conference. There were a lot of great speakers from around the world that they had invited. And for certain people, they had also arranged tours. So I was happened to be on a tour and there was an older couple. And it was sightseeing of England, of London. So when this old person was quite old, he could barely walk up the stairs and his wife was helping him walk up. So I used to help him out. And as we started, I started helping the wife, husband and wife together, because I was alone with

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them with other tourists. And I happened he asked me where I was from, I said, I'm from Canada. And I said, we started speaking about things that I said, he asked me, if I was a doctor, and when I addressed No, and he that we started talking about different issues of medicine. And he said which part of Canada I said

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that we live close to Mount Sinai because that's where we live. And he started seeing something I said, you know, Monsanto happens to be a central research for neonatology. And he said, Oh, really, and what is neonatology? And he started asking me questions, and we spent three or four hours about the subject of premature babies. And I actually as an immature person here kept telling him and I like I didn't like I was late.

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person in terms of that subject. So I kept explaining to him everything and we must have spent four or five hours, literally. And when we reached back destination, the person that I had gone for the conference with, he happened to tell me that, do you know who he is? I said no, because I wanted to introduce him. He said, He's the father of neonatology. And not once did he ever, there have been books written by him, and they've been published around the world. And not once in those four or five hours, he led me on to say that and I was explaining to him what neonatology was.

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Sound like, there's just a couple of things I wanted to share, there was the first point that you've made. It's always room for improvement and growth. Once when I was in, when I was studying, in university, and we had our teachers college, I remember one of our teachers telling us that the day that you feel that you have mastered teaching, then quit, because you will never master it. Like there's always room for improvement. The other thing is, too is when we were talking about, even though there's different ranks and statuses. I actually recall the situation with those guys, I hope you don't mind if I share it, is that okay? There was one time we as a class had gone on to listen

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to a lecture. And I was very surprised because I did come that day. And she listened to the lecture even though the ship that was giving it was considered really, of lesser knowledge than nostalgia. But I remember the strange thing was that at the end, she sat down and she said, and you know, a whole bunch of a circle there. And she said, you know what I learned today, and she started off this way. And I was just shocked that you know, Mashallah, she it just shocked me to see her sit there and say what I learned today, and then we all went around in a circle saying what we all learn today. And it just made me think that Mashallah even though she was a very knowledgeable scholar,

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she was able to come and sit and learn, and also very easily say, this is what I learned today.

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And this is only possible if a person realizes that he needs to keep learning, right, then whoever comes before him, any person, no matter what their background is done, a person could learn something from them. It could be of the dean, it could be adonia. And if a person has this as their focus, then they keep benefiting. And if a person thinks that no, I already know this, I already know that. They know less than me. They haven't done this degree. They don't have that Institute, then a person will not improve. Let's continue. Bab Polina via sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allahumma and Lim Hoon kita the statement of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that Allahumma O Allah or

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Lim will kita teach him the book, meaning the Prophet sallallahu Sallam made this draft for someone that May Allah give him the knowledge of the Book of Allah, who was their companion. Even our bus had a blue mermaid in color had nothing out of Delaware his car I had gotten a Harley done under kremerata. I live near a bus in imminent reversal though and who narrated that corner he said long money Rasulullah sallallahu early he was the money he embraced me remember the meaning of the word of bone to join two things together. So he hugged me, he embraced me or color and he said Allahumma Lim was kita he said, Oh Allah, teach him the book. This was a draw, that the profits or losses

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hadn't made for even our bus folded over and who that may Allah teach him the book, teach him the book, loved one as well as modern meaning the words of the book as well as the meanings of the book and this is why he was known as the Mufasa on the on the This is why he was of the most knowledgeable companions when it came to that the seed of the Quran. He was the most knowledgeable among the companions, even our vessel that are in who at that time was very young. He was very young. And it shows that you know how the profits are a lot of sort of encouraged him Imagine you're hugging somebody who's young and you making the offer them how good they would feel, how special

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they would feel. And that was accepted. Many times it happens that if we have something special, we think that we know we have idea okay, but we should want the same for others, that if Allah has given us knowledge, we should also want knowledge for other people. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam had been given knowledge by Allah subhanaw taala but he also wanted it for others. So he made Dora to another Oh Allah, teach him the knowledge of the book. He must have seen something special and they've been our bustle the learner This is why he made the draw for him. And he said in the previous Hadith, even our boss and and his companion on how they've been placed, they had a dispute

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as to who was a component of musasa. Even our boss said it was hard, but he wouldn't agree with him. So then he asked the other companion, obey even carb and Raven car agreed with him that Yes, it was. So it shows to us that yes, even our basil the garden who did certainly have knowledge of the work of a masa

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I'd love fun as well as Marlin. Bab Mata you say who some are sleeves matter? When is your sexual? When is it appropriate? When is it correct semeru the listening of a sullied of a young person of a child, meaning when can summer be accepted from a person? At what age? What does summer mean to listen. And remember that summer is one of the ways of the hammer. The Hammer head is one of the ways of acquiring knowledge that a person has heard the other say something, he heard the other say something, he witnessed it himself, and then he passed it on. So you remember, Heidi over here is trying to prove that Bulu meaning puberty is not a condition for the humble. puberty is not a

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condition for the Hamada Hades, a person may be young as young as seven years of age, he was five years of age even. And if he heard something with the proper sort of autism, if he saw something, you could witness something, and he passed it on it will be accepted from him. Similarly, if there is somebody else who has learned from a teacher, even though he has not yet reached the age of puberty, and if he narrates a Hadith, it will be acceptable for him, it will be accepted. Now, some scholars they have said that summer is only accepted from a child as long as he is mama Yes. What does it mean by mama? his mama is a someone who has to use meaning who has the ability to

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distinguish between what is right, what is wrong, what is appropriate, what is inappropriate. And also it has been said that mama uses, you know, a child who can speak clearly, he can give answers, meaning he can understand the conversation. And he can relate correctly as well. That, for example, he witnesses a conversation or he participates in a conversation, he's answering the questions properly. And then he remembers everything very, you know, to every detail, and then he narrates it afterwards, as well, he has the ability to relate correctly, then it will be accepted for him. And this age is not a fixed age, meaning it's not necessary that every child reaches the age of seven,

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or if he wishes the age of 15, only then he has become omegas. No, a child can be my years before the age of seven, even after the age of seven, some become amazed at 50. And some become obese, even at the age of five, that it's amazing how little children they will come and tell the entire story to their mothers, every detail that happened. And some children, you know, their imagination is very wild. And they will add in details. But others, they will tell exactly what happened. So it doesn't have to do with age, it doesn't have to do with puberty, it has to do with the hand with the state of that very child is able to understand and you may have seen that every child is different, isn't

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it? Recently, I took my child to the park and there was another child and they were playing together. And I was looking at how this little girl she was going up the up the slide and she was holding, you know, sticks and stuff like that in her hands. And she would go up and throw everything down. And it was like my son can never do that. You know, he struggles to get on to the big slide. But she was running up and coming down so easily. I just asked her how old are you and she said two years old. I was amazed. a two year old child is literally like a five year old child the way she was behaving the way she was talking the way she was running up and down. so confident. Every child

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is different, isn't it. So it doesn't have to do with the age it has to do with the state of the child. So we see that the scholars of the past some of them set a condition that if a child narrator honeys after the age of 15 or something of a witness or have an incident that he witnessed after the age of 15 only then it is acceptable before that not acceptable. But an unbelievably disagreed, because there are many evidences from the Sunnah from the Hadith from the Sahaba. The Companions that the narrative incidents, which they witnessed when they were very young. So the first one we learned is off even our bus rodilla who I know

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Okay, let's look at how this person is married, or be raised in color. How does an American and if you haven't, and obey the law him You have to let him your earth better or delay him your verse. Allah He said a Cobell to I came I advanced rock even while I was writing Allah upon him adding a donkey attaining a female donkey. So he came riding a donkey that was female well, Anna Yama, even and I was that day on indeed now has to delay meaning that is the day when I reached puberty. That is the day when I reached puberty. So I came riding on my donkey Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam you saw Lee he was praying Salah be

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Mina at Mina. When was this? When do you think the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would be adminer praying Salah ad hydrate had obviously had you there whether that was towards the end of the

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profits or losses. So we're not looking at a computer we're not looking at the early modern period, we're looking at almost the end. And look at the age of even our bus. He reached puberty at that time. On that day, ILA towards late eg that in late he noted that in well, meaning he was praying salah and there was no wall in front of him. In other words, there was no sutra for Morocco. So I passed by beignet a day before barley part of a Sufi the row I came right in front of part of a row will also do and I sent Adana, the donkey toto to grace, and then for the whole to philosophy, and then I entered into the row in order to pray with the rest of the people. Fellow mewn Cordelia

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Carla. Yeah, so this was not objected against me, meaning no one objected what I did that I came riding on a donkey and I passed by some of the people who were standing insular. And then I got off let my donkey go and then I came in, join them meaning nobody broke there. So that there so that was valid. What can we learn over here that are the live in our bus, he's narrating this incident, which happened when he was very young. That is the day when he reached puberty. And we see that this her This was accepted for a minute and passed on as well. And we see that there were many incidents that even our vessel that are Narita that happened before had digital weather,

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isn't it so but all of them were accepted from him. So whatever summer he had, it was accepted to the shows that balloon is not a condition for the Hmong.

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Guru is not a condition for the hammer. And it's amazing that even our basil the darn well being so young, still, he had so much knowledge. He noticed so many things, he learned so many things, and he taught so much as well. And this was because of the zeal, the love that he had for this. And the prophets that a lot of enemies are offering a lot of Marlin Wilkie, that there is definitely something special about him. So he learned so much and he passed on so much. And we see that he learned from the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and he also learned from the companions after the death of the Prophet sallallahu salah and it was amazing how he would sit outside their doors in the heat

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of the sun and he would not even knock at the door. And when they would come out they would say that Oh, cousin of the prophets that allowed us and and why did you not call us and he would not do so because he was a secret and they were those were givings out of respect. He would not disturb them. And even or vessel the learner he was once asked about how he gained knowledge how he acquired so much knowledge and he responded, be discerning. So all while pulvinar cool, overburdening lady malu

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three things listen in so all a tongue that is so old, meaning I asked a lot of questions. And we see that you would go to the companions and you will ask them what did the prophets Allah say concerning this? What happened at that time? And what happened? Then listen and say oh, he never hesitated to ask questions. Secondly, what Calvin are cool, and a heart that is cool that has occurred, meaning that he memorized whatever he learned, he understood. And he passed it on as well. And thirdly, we're better than anybody that is a lady, my Lulu Malone is one that gets tired, that gets bored, Lady manual that does not get tired, that does not get bored, that does not get fed up.

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These are the three ways through which you acquired knowledge. That being inquisitive, asking, whatever you don't understand. Ask question. Generally we like Okay, nevermind. And we move on? No, if you haven't understood something, don't go on until you have understood, ask, find out design in school. And then we'll call winner cool, that don't just read and continue but rather understand, memorize, comprehend, connect things together. And thirdly, rather than in highly Malou, and a body that does not get tired, meaning it wasn't that his body was super strong, and he never got tired. No, of course was a human being and you would experience the heat of the sun, where you'd be

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sitting, waiting for the people to come, but he would not give up. He would not give up. Sometimes you have to bear discomfort. You have to otherwise you cannot learn sometimes it happens you just want to go leave everything and go sleep. But no, you have to stay awake and you have to study and you have to read sometimes you're tired, your eyes are hurting, you just want to lie down just want to go and have a break. Leave it But no, you stay there and you finish it. So we're burning lady Malou these are the ways that a person must adopt if he wants to learn. If a person has a first to listen into all album or holding third one will not even bother you. Then your aching body will not

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even bother you. You can bear it it becomes bear

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Then, because you're enjoying what you have learned so much that the pain doesn't bother you that much anymore. Of course asking relevant questions, questions that are going to benefit you that's necessary only for that thing he just process them to do offer so when we do small acts of will and good deeds, something Yes. You don't know how other person it helps other person. Does that give you the reminder that we see in our bustled learn when the profits or loss enemy dissolve for him. It was when he was staying at their house during the night and then he went to get whatever the profits are allowed to sell him for his will do. And when the profits that also came, he asked who got this

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water, and his wife maimunah. Leila, and when she told him that even our boss got it. For the prophets, Allah Islam was very pleased with him, and he had him there. And then he made to offer him. So it shows that he had something special. I mean, he was staying in their house because he couldn't because he wanted to learn the Prophet sallallahu Sallam could see the interest he had. Sonic, I was gonna say that the order of the things he mentioned is very interesting to me because I was just relating it to how I'm studying Arabic. In the beginning, I found it really hard. But in order to understand what you're finding hard, you need to ask you need to get over the shyness that

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you don't know more than other people. And once you understand it, then you have the desire Okay, now I am starting to design let me minimize let me get a bit ahead of it. And when you understand you actually start to enjoy it. And even though it's a bit difficult, maybe you know it's late in the night or whatever but because now you're understanding and you're tired and you know you did the housework, whatever but you know, you feel like you want to continue so just gonna say the orders really interesting to sign in. So all leads to pulvinar rakuen, which leads to but then lady Malou. With being taught hikma and hikma is something you learned through life experiences like if you keep

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an open mind, knowledge you can get in a classroom setting but when you apply it outside the classroom saying that's when you learn the Hickman and that gives it to

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Okay, let's do one more Heidi's attorney Mohammed Abu Yusuf Paula had done Abu Musa

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Mohammed Abu Harbin had the thinness of a d u n is Ray and marco de niro beer color occult Amina Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, Who Mahmud even have a beer. He said that I remember. I called us from our code. I understand meaning I remember when an abyssal Allahu Allah He was Elena mud jetten mucha, mucha is to spit out water.

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So, my jetten majah that he spat out the wedgie in my face. Well, Anna and I was able to hum cc Nina, a son of just five years old meaning I was only five years old Mindell when from a bucket. I remember when the Prophet sallallahu sallam, you know, spirits on water on me. And I was only five years old. This was, you know, we might think that oh my god, how could you do that? But it was acceptable in their culture, just as you can, you know, spray water with your hands on another person. Similarly, this was something acceptable, and especially from the mouths of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. I mean, I'm sure nobody would mind that. So anyway, we see that Mahadevan

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Riviera, he is narrating an incident over here that happened when he was only five years old. And it happens that sometimes children are very young. But they remember everything. Some children, they have a short term memory and other children have a long term memory, isn't it? Something may have happened like six months ago, and all of a sudden your child will mention that and you'll be amazed that he still remembers that, that she still remembers that. You may remember yourself when you were four years old, and somebody gave you a gift that somebody perhaps scolded you, or they yelled at you or they gave you a candy, or you went somewhere and you saw someone, you saw a particular thing,

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or your favorite shoes, or your favorite color pencils, or, you know, you may remember such things from your childhood, isn't it? So children as young as five years old, even can remember incidents in a lot of detail. Like I remember, when I was only, I think it was less than four years old. I don't remember how old I was. But I had an accident. My uncle had gone with him and he wasn't looking at me and I ran onto the street and a car came and anyway, so I remember that I was in his room and I opened my eyes and I couldn't open my eyes because I was hurting so much. But I just remember that only that scene that I was trying to open my eyes and I wasn't even four years old at

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that time. I don't remember anything else. But I just remember that. So if you look back, if you go down your memory lane, you might remember such things that may have happened when you were three years old, four years old, five years old. glimpses Maybe you remember and some of you may remember in a lot of detail, isn't it? So this is why some are it is acceptable, even from a child who has not reached the age of puberty, that our Deen also acknowledges intellectual ability or capacity of young children, that even their authority is accepted. Even they are trusted when it comes to knowledge.

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Okay, we will conclude over here insha Allah Subhana Allah will be heavily conditioned to a la ilaha illa Anta nest of Lyrica wanted to be like Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh