Taimiyyah Zubair – Bukhari 032 Knowledge Hadith 99 103

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers emphasize the importance of achieving knowledge and being mindful of one's actions to avoid losing opportunities. They also address challenges in teaching and learning in remote regions, the need for practice and practice language, and community involvement. The speakers emphasize the importance of learning and presenting one's claims to avoid confusion and mention the Sun airline's impact on the economy. They also address "hasn't been said" and emphasize the importance of presenting one's claims as a fact.
AI: Transcript ©
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a lot of Sunil Karim rosabella human a Shetland rajim Bismillah Ar Rahman Rahim,

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rubbish Friday, Saturday, we're certainly under the Wilder of the melissani of Cabo Cali probenecid.

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vibe number 33.

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Bob, and his Si, LL Hades.

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And his What is his main? greed? strong desire? How else would you explain his when somebody is very eager to do something?

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In a way, when somebody is obsessed with something, they love it, they desire it, they don't want to borrow it from it. How else would you explain the word Hill's yearning. So here's is basically when somebody badly desires badly wants something. Just imagine something that you really like, something that you're craving, something that you desire,

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what happens to you, then you're thinking about it, you're talking about it, you're planning to have it, right, you're planning as to how you're going to get it, you're obsessed about it, right? That's what you can think of that what you can dream of, you can never have enough of it.

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You can never ever have enough of it, no matter how much you have. You know that there's always more to get, there's always more to enjoy.

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And hence, this greed. It always has to do with enjoyment, meaning you badly want something Why? Because you enjoy it. You like it. There's pleasure associated with it. Because if there was no pleasure, if there was no happiness, then you would not want it. Right. So it's like badly wanting something and when you have it, then you're satisfied without it, you don't feel satisfied. So I'll have greed, desire yearning for what are the Hadees for Hades. You're not happy with just having it once, but you want it again and again. So enhance idle Hades, greed, desire yearning for Hadees, meaning being greedy, being eager to learn, being eager to understand, being eager to memorize, to

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study what the Hadees which had is the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Not the hadith of other people not feel a call, but rather, the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sunnah, there are two people that can never ever be satisfied. One is the person who desires this world, who desires material things who desires this dunya. No matter how much he has, he wants more. He's never ever satisfied. And secondly, the person who desires knowledge, the person who likes him, because he knows that no matter how much he has learned, there is always more to gain. Similarly, the one who loves donia, he knows that no matter how much he has, there's always more to gain. But we see that

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one type of his is much smoother, and the other is magma, which helps is my mood is praiseworthy, his work and which is blameworthy the hills for dunya. Because the hills for dunya. What is it that will finally satisfied what the grave when the earth is going to fail the mouth of the person, only then he will be satisfied. And really, we see that when a person desires in what he receives is only beneficial. And when a person desires lunia, then that only makes him selfish, and cowardly. And it makes him sometimes very harsh with other people it takes him to committing injustice as well. But when a person desires or even then it only makes him a beneficial a productive person. It's fruits

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are only beneficial. And we all have to check over here that what is it that we like to have some people they desire to have to learn about perhaps more recipes, or perhaps more about fashion designs, what other people are doing what other people are saying where they are going. So they're obsessed with just checking their phone all the time, reading the tweets, reading, Facebook updates, whatever it is, it becomes like an obsession No matter how much a person has read on Twitter or on Facebook, he feels that there is more to read. So this type of greed, this type of desire, is it beneficial. Perhaps it is beneficial in a limited way. It brings limited benefit to a person or

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temporary benefit to a person but we see that helps for in its benefit is eternal. It benefits a person in this dunya and it also benefits a person in the hereafter. Let's look at the Hadith

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had done Abdullah Aziz ignore Abdullah. Allah had destiny Suleiman Ahmed Nia via Omron Ansari dibny ob sir Eden Alok Lee

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abepura irata Abu huraira Lavanya he narrated that under who indeed he, Allah He said, Lila it was said jasola Allah, O Messenger of Allah, man as our danesi who are the luckiest of people be Shiva Tikka with your shift with your shift arrow with your intercession, yo Liliana on the Day of Judgment. Who are those lucky people who will receive your intercession on the day of judgment?

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Kala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam replied, Lacan. Certainly one and two. I knew I was certain. Yeah, about hudaydah Abu huraira. And that, Larry, yes, Eleni. No one will ask me on how that Hadith about this matter about this thing. I hadn't anyone, a woman before you. I knew that nobody was going to ask this from me. But you, you would be the first one to ask this question from me. Why did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam say this? Lima? I do because of Lima because of what I do I have seen his secret of your greed of your desire, or that Hades for Hades as our danesi the most luckiest of people Rishi ferati with my intercession, Yom Okayama on

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the Day of Judgment, or who man those who Allah He said La ilaha illa Allah there is no god worthy of worship, but Allah, but how did he said, Hi listen with sincerity man alvie from his heart, oh nuptse or his knifes. We didn't he really meant it. He honestly said it. He truly believed in it. Whoever said it like this will be deserving of the chef era of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam when on the Day of Judgment.

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What do we see in this hadith that Abu huraira no one who he was the one who asked this question from the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and when he asked this question, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that I knew that you will be the one to ask why? Because of the hills that he saw in him for Hades. So this shows to us that Abu huraira the lower and who was the most also ness over what? Allah Hades in a Vegas or La Jolla. So

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there are some people who are also ness Allah higher than what we see that Hassan Nasrallah Hadees in Avi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, wazuh, Abu huraira.

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And we see that he learned and he also narrated many a hadith he learned and he narrated many a Hadith, despite the fact that he embraced Islam much later, and he came to Medina much later, there were many companions who had migrated before him what accepted Islam before him when it upgraded a little or no come to Medina at the Battle of Khyber.

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So it was much later, six years, watch later. But despite that, we see that he learned many hobbies and he also narrative many, and the profits are a lot of them knew that a Buddha would be the one to ask him this question, not because he knew the knowledge of the unseen, but because of the hits that he saw in him. Many people claim that they love him.

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Many people say that the desire to learn more, but there are only a few people who prove it who show it

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overrated a little or no, he didn't just claim that he loved knowledge, but rather he proved it.

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It could be seen in his attitude, it could be seen in the way that he was living in the way that he went after the companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as well and ask them questions. And we see that such questions at the question that have already been asked. It can only come from who?

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From a person who really wants

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interesting questions come from people who don't think much. No, it comes from they come from people who really think a lot people who are interested in learning more. So he proved that he lived it. And we see that a little earlier when he was in Medina. How did he live in his own house? with his family? Is it No, he lived in the mustard he was of the US herbosophy who had dedicated their days and their nights to what learning learning from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam collecting there. And whenever there was a time to go for any battle, it was horrible so far, who would accompany the profit center mainly, they were the ones who were with the profits out of autism the whole time at

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home and also outside of Medina.

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So it is only when a person dedicates himself Can he learn

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and it is only when a person has his for him Can he dedicated himself.

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A person cannot learn until he dedicates himself a person cannot dedicate himself until he has his until he has that green

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Need for knowledge until he has that yearning for knowledge, that desire for it. And we see that a Buddha had a little or no, he would be hungry many times he would be thirsty many times, you'd be tired many times. But still, he did not give up. He kept going, What drives you? What drives you? It's that his right, even when you're hungry, what keeps you going? Even when you're tired? What keeps you going? It's that yearning, when you badly badly want something?

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Now the question is, how can you have his for knowledge? When can a person have his for knowledge? What can make a person have his for him?

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That first of all, when a person realizes the importance, the value of knowledge, I want you to write this down? The answer to the question, why do you think it's important to learn? I'll give you 30 seconds, write the answer down. Why do you think it's important to learn the deen

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so that a person can know the way which is approved by a law so that he can enter agenda to prepare for eternal life? To know about a lot. We cannot strive to be the best if we do not have to strive against ignorance, to correct our actions. It's the way to get rid one law and the way to save ourselves from destruction. The Deen is what our whole life our entire life revolves around if we don't have the knowledge of the deen, then how are we living? To gain the pleasure of Allah and to help others gain that pleasure to have your teen to worship Allah to obey Allah when he said if corrupt? If we don't know that, how will we save ourselves from Hellfire to know if we are on the

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right path or not? To fulfill our purpose to preserve the knowledge and to pass it on? This is the only thing that makes me happy, this is why I have to learn.

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There are many reasons

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as to why a person must have their aim of this theme.

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There are many reasons and Mashallah you have mentioned many, if a person does not have their aim of the deen is he missing something in his life? What is he missing

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everything purpose, life itself. So, if a person does not have this item, he is missing out on a lot.

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And if a person does not have this, he is missing out on a lot in this world as well as in the hereafter. So until we realize how important it is to learn, we cannot have Henceforth, we cannot be greedy for it.

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The more a person wants agenda, the more a person wants the pleasure of Allah, the more a person wants to worship Allah, the more he will want to learn. And if a person is content, the way he is, the way his relationship is with his Lord, the way his relationship is with other people, the way he thinks about the Hereafter, if he's content with it, then he will not desire anymore, you only want more when you want to better yourself, when you want to improve your condition, when you want self improvement. So when a person desires improvement, then you will desire knowledge. And if a person does not desire improvement, then he will not want knowledge at all. So hence,

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when a person will have that, then only will he be able to dedicate himself, then only will he be able to give priority to learning, he will be able to give preference to him, and he will be able to put it above everything else. Otherwise, sometimes hunger will prevent us sometimes thirst will prevent us sometimes wanting to have a change will prevent us then leveling things will distract us that we're sitting in class and we won't be able to sit, we will be distracted, we will want to go outside we will want to check our phones we will want to do other things, then a person cannot dedicate himself. And if you see this in yourself that you're not able to dedicate yourself, then

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ask, do I really want it? If I don't want it? Then what's the problem? question yourself, ask yourself

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and ask Allah for this his ask Allah for this desire for this love of him. Because if a person does not have this love of him, then he will not learn if he will not learn, then he will not improve if he will not improve, then what will be his fit.

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So we see a great example in our know how he had dedicated himself and how he was not distracted by anything. And we see that when he dedicated himself entirely. Allah subhanaw taala did not deprive him. He dedicated himself to learning. And soon what happened. The woman whom he worked for, is the one who he married. This imagine how his status was automatically elevated, automatically raised up in a society and he was the teacher he was one who is imparting knowledge of the Dane and imagine how much respect Allah Subhana Allah gave him in the eyes of other people.

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And even the pleasures of this world he was not deprived of that.

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Never, ever think that if you dedicate yourself to learning, you will be deprived of something, you may be hungry, but don't worry, Allah will feed you. You may be thirsty, but don't worry, Allah will feed you, you may be tired, but don't worry, Allah will give you rest, that when he showed how dedicated he was, and he was so inquisitive, he kept on asking questions, and he kept on learning Captain inquiring the profits all of a sudden saw that in him and he also prayed for him. That will give him the ability to remember and not forget what he learned.

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Let's continue

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that game for you, in how knowledge will be taken away guide for how you do, it will be seized. Knowledge meaning how it will be taken away from the people.

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Knowledge is a blessing. And when people are not grateful for a blessing, it is taken away

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in gratitude to blessings leads do that permission,

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a person is completely deprived of those blessings. So when people don't value or even when people will not show any interest in it, then a time will come when Allah will also take away that knowledge from the people. So why do we have it What should we do? We should appreciate it, we should strive to benefit from it. And at the same time, we should act on it and we should also spread it because the time will come when it will completely disappear.

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What are the ways of preserving knowledge? What are the ways of preserving

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memorization, teaching it to others acting upon it, writing it recording it. So action spreading. And thirdly, preserving knowledge whether it means preserving it in your memory, or preserving it in a document, preserving it in audio format, whatever preserving knowledge. So these are the ways of preserving knowledge. So when people will not preserve knowledge anymore, meaning they will not act on it, they will not spread it, they will not write it, they will not memorize it, then what will happen, they will lose or incompletely, Allah will take away that knowledge from them. Now if you think about it, one way that you are preserving animals, what, when you are writing, when you're

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taking your notes, how do you take your notes? Are you able to read them? Are you able to understand them, when you read them Alhamdulillah

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make sure that you take your notes properly.

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Because you don't know how they may benefit someone one day, you really don't know, it's quite possible, something that you've written right now, maybe preserved. And eventually somebody else will read them and benefit from them.

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Let me give you an example. You know,

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when she was teaching tafsir, when to prepare the lesson, she would spend hours in preparing her notes. Literally, she would walk out of the class, she would go into her office, close the door and she would sit there until the evening. Many times I would leave and I would see all the lights are off, but the lights of her office would be gone. And heard that your notes are worth reading. She's done all her research, all her references, all the sentences are complete. Everything is you know, perfectly written, organized. Honestly, it's a joy, you read them and you enjoy them. You really enjoy them. So the way she has written her notes and Alhamdulillah when I was teaching tips here, I

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asked her if I could borrow her notes. And believe me that saved me so much time, because she had done all the research, all the references were there, all the ayat were written, everything was there. So all I had to do many times just copy paste from there, literally.

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So the notes that we write, this is a means of preserving in and take it seriously. take it seriously organize your notes, well write them well and keep them in a way that they can be benefited from in the future by yourself and also by others inshallah. So if people don't preserve knowledge, then what will happen eventually, it will be taken away. So

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will How will it be taken away? What cutover Omar Abdullah Abdullah Aziz and Omar Abdullah Aziz, he wrote, who is or whatever disease

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he was a halifa.

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So he wrote a letter to Avi Becker's to Abu Bakr even has an Abu Bakr even has, and abubaker hasn't was a Dabiri, he was a puppy. And

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Aziz, when he was a philosopher, he would consult Abu Bakr a lot concerning you know, all the political affairs, so he would take his show to Allah. So what have been up there are these he wrote to Abu Bakar Ebner hasn't that only look at me in research McKenna whatever there is, min Hadith he Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam of the Hadith of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam research, whatever Hadees are out there for who? And then write it down, meaning write down the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Why?

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For me, because indeed I have to I fear doodle send me the rules, the teaching of the knowledge, meaning I fear that a time will come when knowledge will no longer be taught, what to have, and the going away the departure the death of rule and the rule among the scholars. I fear that soon, this knowledge will go, I'm afraid, that knowledge will vanish and the people of knowledge will also go away. So when knowledge is gone, and the people of knowledge are gone, then what will man can be left with? If there are no books, if there are no written matters, if there is no written matter? And on top of that, there are no people who nor in?

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Then what will people have? Where will they learn from? And he said to him, that will add Taco Bell and do not accept meaning when you're recording the Hadees. When you're writing them down, then do not accept inla except Hades and newbies on Allahu alayhi wa sallam, only the Hadith of the Prophet sort of artisan, meaning don't mix with it, the statements of other people don't mix with it anything else only record what the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, well to shoot Elma, and you all should spread, if share the spread, so you all should spread him? Who is he saying this to go back when he has. And he was 14 he was a scholar. So he's saying that you and people who are like

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you, meaning what should you do spread this knowledge? Well, thirdly, Sue and you all should sit, meaning you all should sit in gatherings of teaching in hepta until your Aloma he is taught who is taught Malaya alemu, the one who does not know,

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spread and sit in gatherings of aliens, and teach, instruct until those who don't know, come to know so that there is not even a single person who is left ignorant, for inilah ilma because Indeed, indeed knowledge layer liko it does not die had a akuna Ceylon until it becomes a secret, meaning knowledge only perishes, when it is kept as a secret. When knowledge is kept as a secret, then what happens? It goes away, this is how in will be used. This is how it will depart. And this is how it will be taken away.

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Had the tunnel Allah ignore Abdul Jabbar, Allah had the center of disease of the Muslim and have the lack of neediness be that you only had a certain amount of hours easy Luckily, the habit so he's basically mentioning and other change that so and so has also narrated this to us. Now, Omar Abdullah Aziz Rahim Allah his letter, what does it teach us? What does it show to us? It shows to us how knowledge will depart how it will be taken away, that it will be taken away, when there are no resources left. What are the resources of either books or people of knowledge. So if knowledge is not written, it is not recorded, and there are no people of knowledge left and there are no study

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circles, no places where a person can go and learn, then eventually knowledge will die It will finish

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when there are no more study circles when there are no more books and when there are no more teachers, when these are gone, then there is no more right or left.

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And this is the reason why or whatever. He instructed that the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam be written it'd be recorded. And this shows to us the permissibility of writing and recording the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam you may say of course, why not? Initially, we see that there was a difference of opinion amongst the people amongst the scholars whether it was okay to write the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam or not why because they feared that it would be mixed up with the Quran. However, this is completely permissible, this absolutely okay why because it is quite clear to people what Quran is an hour hamdulillah the way the Quran is written in a must

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have it is distinct from the way other Arabic texts are written. So, this shows the permissibility of writing and recording the Hadith. And this also shows the reliability of written matter

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that if you see something written, something that has been recorded,

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it may be accepted as an evidence obviously, there has to be some proof of it some evidence of it, meaning if a person has read something from a book, and it is backed up by evidence, it is an acceptable means of learning. Okay, it is an acceptable means of acquiring, because it's easy set the right to down preserve knowledge, we see that it is very important that knowledge be written because when the people of knowledge are gone, their knowledge should not go with them into their graves, isn't it. So how is it that they can make sure that while they are gone their knowledge remains what they learned what they understood remains how, when they have written it, when they

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have recorded it

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And we see that so many scholars of the past their knowledge has reached us How? By their books.

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They wrote their books. And as a result, we have learned from them. Have you heard of the LG lelling? Have you heard of it? Has anyone read it? Even a part of it? Some of you have, right? If you read it, it's a very brief to the point precise.

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And literally, he has explained parts of the I will just do three simple words. And there's also an English translation that is available. Who's the author? A sweetie. Geraldine. So you, you know how he started writing his books.

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He was obviously you can imagine a person who had an MBA would be busy teaching other people, you know, busy with other people. A time came when he left everyone. And he requested that a place be built with for him away from the people. And he lived there. And he wrote and wrote and wrote until he passed away. This is how he wrote so many books, you need to, you know, keep yourself away from distractions, in order to write in order to write well. And the thing is that if you don't write well, if you don't write, then what's going to happen, your knowledge is going to go with you, it's not going to remain. So it's necessary that when those people who have when they die, they make sure

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that before death comes to them, they have written they have recorded, many authors do that, that they prefer seclusion, you know, and the opposite. And that is how to write and write, research and write. And this is, there's absolutely no difficulty when it comes to publishing, you know, what you written or what you want to write. Honestly, if you start writing, even on a blog, is for free, you don't have to pay for it. You don't have to buy it you don't have to do anything, isn't it's a, but something that you have learned. You must preserve it so that other people can benefit from it. Therefore right in whatever way that you can preserve that knowledge and share with others in

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whatever way that you can. And we see over here that are modem disease, he first of all instructed that the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam be written why because he said I fear Drusilla in with a habit or element, I fear that there will be no more studying of him and the aroma will also go meaning they will die. And he said that will add up well in the Hadith and be sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and then he encouraged the algorithm that will have Shuler Elma, and you must spread around while tadley Zoo. And you should sit Hatter until your allama Malaya alum until he start who the one who does not know. So the another Ellen, what should their focus be? What should their goal

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be? What should their target be? To just teach one person to teach only to people to teach only their families to teach only their children to teach only their friends? What should we are going to teach you?

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Who man who is the one who does not know that those who do not know come to know that should be your goal? And if that is your golden, when can you take rest? Then when can you take a break?

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You can't? Because ignorance is widespread. It's everywhere. It would be unfair, that there are people who do not know and we know, but we don't tell them.

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So he exhorted he encouraged the other girl that you must set well, totally so and you must set set were in gatherings of meaning you should remain setting, never stopped teaching, continue teaching until those who don't know, come to know that if you look at it, this is number 100.

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inshallah, what we're going to read as headings number 100, right. And 100 I mean, it's a lot 100 right. So when you have acquired so much, then you cannot sit, then you have to pass it on. And you have to sit amongst people, you have to be with them in order to teach them.

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If this is your target that hold on for all in every heart in every hand, then you can ever say that, yes, we have fulfilled this goal or this purpose or this objective. Why? Because people are always being born. And there are always people who don't know. So there are countless people who need to learn who want to learn. And it would be unfair if we did not help them if we did not teach them

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why because there's so much so many people want to learn so many people want to come and you know, they want somebody to teach them, you know, just even reading of the Quran and I would encourage all of you to first figure out okay, Have you completed everything on your side? You know, first figure that out if you've already studied everything that you know has already been offered. You have all your credentials, everything that's needed, finish that up first and then inshallah do something right away. Don't you know, say okay, I'm gonna take a small break, because sometimes a small break turns into a long break. So until other people come to know, our responsibility is not over our

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is not over. And I want you to honestly just come to the weekend class and just see.

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Just come and see the weekend class on Saturday, Sunday. I'm sure all of you are fetus conference on time. And this come and see what so many of you are sitting here are doing in that class.

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And there are so many people who don't know how to read the Quran, but they're desperate to learn, desperate to learn. And you know what all of these people work five days a week, or they go to school five days a week, and they come and study of the Quran on the weekends. They have dedicated their Saturdays and Sundays for this.

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Literally people come in, they cry, they say please take us in. There's so many listeners who are coming. Young girls, we're coming older ladies, we're coming. All types of people, literally all types of people. There was a lady who came to me one day and she said that Please don't mind. I look at you throughout the class. I said it's okay. She said that, you know, don't mind I have to do that. And she said that. I was deaf for all my life. And I had a surgery A few years ago, and I just started hearing recently. But I'm not used to hearing I can only lip read. This is why I sit in the front and I look at you.

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All types of people. Another lady came to me she said, Sister, please don't mind sometimes I doze off in class. It's not because I don't like being here. It's because I work during the night. And I come home at 730 in the morning. I come home at 730 in the morning, and then she's here at a little bit at 10 o'clock in the morning. All night. She works and she comes to study during the day. It's a big sacrifice on her part. Don't you think it would be unfair, there are people who are sacrificing their weekends, their sleep time to come and study. But we don't have the time to help them.

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We don't have the time to teach them. We don't have the time to even appreciate their efforts. That if somebody has committed to come and study on the weekends, it's a big, big sacrifice on their part. And it really shows how serious they are. It shows how serious they are and when they are so serious than Why can we not be that serious. Even at first they were there. They were in class. And after class, many of them went whoever did there were some people who skipped class but I would say 80% of the class was still there. This is how Mashallah Mashallah dedicated they are there was another sister who came to me and she said, I just want to tell you, I love being here. And I just

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want to tell you that my mother forced me to come here. I fought with her. I argued with her, I cried before her I resisted so much but she made me come here and I love it here.

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So this is a Quran, there are people who are desperate to learn. So we need to come up and help them in Sharla so this is the Quran. So this is just a reminder for myself and also yourself that when Allah has given us this room, it's not fair that we just sit with it. Because look at the words for nll Malaya liko hatay akuna seven, when the enemy is kept as a secret, then it dies then it vanishes then it disappears.

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And if you keep it as a secret in your heart, it may also disappear from your heart. If you don't share it, it will go away.

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Just like a camel. It will go away and when you lose it in the desert it's gone. So for English in Malaya Nico had takuna Sarah if you want to preserve it, come up and share that knowledge.

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Let's continue.

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Let's read the Hadith had the Santa Maria Lucknow Avi wasent Kala had destiny Malecon and Sham in your water and a b e. r de la hip near Ahmedabad Eros. Allah He said Samir todo su de la his sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Maria cool in a la ha Indeed Allah La Yakubu la Yakubu, he will not seize he will not take away

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the knowledge in design by pulling it away by forcefully taking it away. No meaning a lot will not take away or in by you know taking in from the memories of people making them forget everything or taking it away from the people. But how will it go away? He enters the room who he will take it away meaning very bad from the servants. Well I can but Jacobo he will take it. He enters your home in every bed this is an explanation of InDesign. Okay. So let's look at it again in a lower layer in InDesign Allah will not take away knowledge by pulling it away beyond the zero hope that he would take it away in reverse from the servants while I can but Jacobi learner ilma he will see his

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knowledge he will take away knowledge because little earlier man by taking away the scholars by the death of the knowledgeable people had that until either when lamb up he will not remain early man, even one scholar to a point that not even a single

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knowledgeable person will remain hidden. So, the people will take rousson leaders rules Florida or is over here, meaning leader. So they will take their leaders who do * and ignorant once they will make ignorant people their leaders for so a loser they will be asked who will be asked. Their leaders will be asked by who by their subordinates for us though, so their leaders will give fatwa they will answer B ladies and men without any knowledge for Balu. So they will be astray who are Balu and they will lead astray. They will be lost themselves, and they will also lead other people astray.

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pile of debris you had the sinner Besson Kala had an affidavit to hide this Nigerian, our new chairman, Navajo and other Senate.

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What do we learned in this, that when the scholars die, knowledge will go away, when the people of knowledge are gone, then knowledge will be gone. Because when they will go, no one will replace them.

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Why will no one replace them, because no one is like them.

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They had really the people after them do not have when they strive to learn the people after them did not strive to learn. They learned and they taught but the people after them did not bother to learn or to teach. So when they will die, their seats will be empty.

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Their classes will be empty, their positions will be empty, no one will come to fill them in. Why? What's the reason? Because the people there are more interested in other things.

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Just imagine, if there is a person in a particular company, if he goes away, another comes and replaces him. Like for example, Steve Jobs right when he died, the person who has come after him, it says though the company has not been affected at all, by the death of Steve Jobs, it has not been affected at all. Why? Because another has come and replaced him. And he is working the same way that his predecessor was working. Because the company is not affected, the products aren't affected, nothing at all is affected. In fact, it's only improving. But if a person dies, but nobody is there, to take his place, then what's going to happen to that company is going to deteriorate. And

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eventually it will go bankrupt eventually it will be closed down.

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So what is our responsibility, that while we are alive, we must prepare others who are able to take our place we must prepare others were able to take our place. And if we don't prepare them, then what's going to happen?

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When we go the knowledge will also go isn't it the people who have ridden when they go there in will also go with them. So we learned this Hades that in will vanish it will disappear by the death of those people who have eaten. And when they're gone, nobody is going to replace them. Now what is the reason why nobody is ready to replace them? Because first of all, they weren't prepared, why weren't they prepared because they did not come up. Like for example, many times it happens that people offer that, that somebody would like to learn somebody would like to do this, somebody would like to do that. But people don't show their dedication, they don't come up when they don't come up when

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they're not trained, when the need is there, then who can come up and fulfill that nobody can. So, when people are distracted, when people are distracted by other things, when they desire other things, then they will not desire ill will they will not desire, then they will not excel in one they will not excel in they will not be able to replace the retina, they will not be able to take their place. When a person gains him and when he excels in it only then can he take up that position. And also we see that for example these days, people will aspire to do many things, they will desire to do many things. But when it comes to learning, there are a lot of Deen it has become

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like a data thing. It has become like something that people of the past used to do. It's a profession that people of the past would have, but these days No, you're you're supposed to do something else. So this is how gradually in will completely disappear it will completely vanish. And we see this that people who want to learn the deen they are discouraged and people who want to learn something else they are encouraged a lot. So this is how eventually knowledge of D will disappear. And we see that for example these days, many people will come and learn the deen isn't until you go to any class it's for Mashallah. Any class it's for. But how many people study with the intention of

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excelling in that reading so that they can carry it on to others. How many people study with that intention and how many people actually fulfill that, that the study in a manner that they can actually pass it on to others.

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Unfortunately, what happens is that people study, but then what happens, they move on to other things. And they forget their income that they acquired. They don't pass it on to others. And they also forget it themselves, they move on to other things, and they forget whatever they have learned.

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And they get busy in other things.

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And the few who do remain who do want to study more, who do want to excel further, so much work comes upon them. And it's almost unfair,

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that they're left to do so much. It's almost unfair. So we all have to check our results over here, that how seriously are we learning? With what intention are we learning, many times it happens that a person will learn to tweak Why just to improve their that we'd very good. But don't just learn for yourself, also learn to help other people to carry that knowledge on to others. And many times we people will learn the deen to you know, believe that they have given the hack of the day they have given the hack of the Quran, they have given the help of Allah by learning, you know, for example, the Quran or by learning the meaning of the Quran or whatever it may be. But we don't give the hook

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of the Quran by reading it only once, by studying it only once. And lilina it now Makita yet Luna, who have gotten our tea and what is how katella with the reading at once studying at once normal, happy hour, it can only be done when a person continuously read read reads. This is something that never comes to an end. So this is applicable to not just learning and teaching, but also when it comes to any kind of Islamic work, that there are people who are very dedicated, they put in all of their effort into doing something. But eventually the time comes when they have to go. But nobody's there to replace them. Nobody's there to carry on that work to continue that mission. What

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dedication does to a nation as a whole. We all are familiar with the Jewish people how they were treated during the World War, Second World War. And they were all scattered and beaten up and everything. So they decided to do well, we have to do something to bring the nation together. And the first time they established a university in Israel, and now Israel, and they worked for 18 years, without a holiday until they had established the university and had fulfilled all the needs of it so that they could teach their nation themselves and look where they are now and where we are this time.

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So knowledge will be taken away by the death of the people of knowledge become the early Mad Hatter, in Ireland up until not even one Ireland will remain.

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Why? Because there's no one who put in that effort to learn, who dedicated themselves to learning who dedicated themselves to excelling in that realm.

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Many times people have to be given so many incentives, you know, come and teach this. And they have to be bagged, and they have to be pleaded to please come and teach this one person, please come and she says these two people please come and teach these children.

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Why is it when it comes to dounia? We don't need to be given any incentives.

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We don't have to be bagged. We don't even have to be requested ones we will go ourselves. But when it comes to the dean, teaching the dean, then what happens? We feel that we are not qualified enough. What's the problem over there? It's because we did not put in as much effort perhaps, think about it yourself. Your graduation is coming up very soon. And a lot of you perhaps still have some tests and assignments to complete. It's been so many months. But we don't take this work seriously. Unfortunately, when it comes to the near we ourselves are so careful. This is my degree, this is my deadline. If I don't complete my assignment, if I don't give it in, I won't get my degree. But when

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it comes to an Islamic course, and we keep delaying, we keep delaying we keep delaying. If this is our attitude, then what will we have at the end?

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Eventually, this is how knowledge will go away. And you might wonder, all handler I know enough, you know, I'm living my life happily. It doesn't you know, so what if the people of the future don't have your for what's going to happen to your children, who's going to teach your children how to read Quran, who's going to teach your children, your grandchildren, the meaning of the Quran, who's going to teach them how to pray, if you feel you're not affected, your children will be affected. So if you want to save your children, save other people as well.

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Otherwise, the vacancies will be there. But there will be no candidates, right? No applicants, no one to be interested in that professional and to be interested in that position to help other people out to teach them. There is such a shortage of qualified teachers.

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Let me give you an example. My son is only two and a half years old and I've been looking for a teacher for him to teach him how to go on from now because I'm afraid that when he's able to read I won't be able to find a teacher who can teach him one on one every single day. And it's been over a year. I haven't found a teacher over a year.

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You always have some sort of position whether it's at home, whether it's your neighbor, you you're guaranteed a position whether

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Whatever skill you have. So that's the best part of other Nadine, that no matter what skill you have, whether it's arts and crafts, whether it's speaking, whether it's writing, whether it's designing boards, whatever cleaning, a lot of women love cleaning is as sad as this is, but they do. And you can hop on anyway. So that's the best part. So what are the reasons that people are prevented from? Or they hesitate to learn more, in order to teach in order to pass on the knowledge? What is it that prevents them? What is it that makes them hesitate? What are the fears that you may have? be open about it? So we can find solutions? Yes. So for example, they are too afraid to speak,

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they don't feel confident enough. So what's the solution to that?

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What's the solution learn, right? If you become if you dedicate yourself to learning, and perfecting what you can learn to the best of your ability, then you inshallah will be able to convey so it's a shortcoming on our part, we have to, you can say, no better what we know. So that we can conveyed easily

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when the fear that people don't want to learn that they would come here, but outside, like, if you want to convey to somebody you know, you fear that, or they won't even care about this knowledge, okay? that other people don't care. Other people are not interested, I just told you, there are so many people who are interested in hooking, I think there's always an element of fear. Because a lot of us don't know where to draw the line between humbleness. And I guess the deen teaches us to stay humble and not be arrogant or whatever with your knowledge. So I think maybe a problem that we have in that we don't know where to draw the line, because there's an element of fear there. Okay. So a

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person is afraid that he will be showing off. But the thing is that, ask Allah to help you correct your intention. And the thing is that if you are stopped from doing something good out of fear of showing off, even that is a problem. If you don't do something good out of fear that I will be showing off even that is not right, you're supposed to do it.

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So Michael, I just wanted to say that a few years ago, when I finished reading the Quran, you know that there was a lot that needed to be done with a lot of new classes, etc. And I was asked to do something. But at the time, I was like, Who am I to teach? I don't have any knowledge. Like I'm not a scholar, I'm not anyone important. And I was too afraid to teach because just I thought it's not enough knowledge. And then before this course, actually, like since then, I've just been doing like little Holocaust for children, things like that, which I thought I was capable of doing. Until before this course shortly before it actually there was a group that I took on, it was a halaqaat.

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And I was shocked that this group of sisters, how much they really didn't know. And I realized at that point that we don't need scholars, these people just wanted to know why we're not ally. Okay, and carry allowed to lie in this situation, are we allowed to lie in this situation? And I just remember like, and it was certain many conversations like this. And I just realized then that you know, what, we have a need, we don't need scholars or scholars are great, obviously, we need them. But we even have, who have just finished an accord on the knowledge that we have is really important for many people in our community around us anywhere we go, because many people don't know even how

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to open the Quran and read it. Nevermind, do Tafseer nevermind, give basic concept ideas, etc. At that point when I realized that it's okay if I was to go out and do something.

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So, we think that only when we have perfected our edelmann we have become excellent in everything, then we can go and teach. But ganas are said that there's basics that people don't even know. So if you can help someone out with the basics as well, and hamdulillah. Like, for example, in this class in the in the weekend class, there are so many people who don't know how to read Arabic.

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There's three groups of beginners who are being taught how to read Arabic, and how are you teaching them?

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A live better? They're joining words, and they're sitting in your class. Now tell me if they don't know how to read? How can they understand that? See, how can they memorize a translation?

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And you know what they need one on one.

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But we have only a few people to hold huge groups. And to tell all of them together. This is this is and this is how you connect the words. And this is how you connect the letters. So many people. What's the ratio of student teacher 15 to one, and we're teaching them basic literacy how to read.

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And these are just people who have come here to learn imagine how many more there are, who aren't even coming.

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So there is a need everywhere. I'm not saying that all of you have to come here. No, you have to go out reach out in your communities, wherever you are. Your family, friends, your relatives, anyone? What are you teaching them and how are you helping them? Oh, I was just giving a group to read the

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dullness about them. They can't read the Quran. And they're finding it very difficult. Even when I go over the book three four times with them. Each one makes the same mistakes. And you can tell that they're reading it from memory, as opposed to looking at the most half. They can't. They don't know if I'd have from them. They don't know their letters.

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properly, but there.

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And she also had, he was saying that the people who are very desperate to learn, then they will come in conferences, they will join some Institute, somehow they will learn, but the people who are who don't even care about code and who will bring them to the conferences and Institute's, he was saying you, the ones who are learning can reach them, scholars can't reach them, scholars can't reach them. But the ones who are learning this, then they can bring those people to the conferences, and then the next step would be to the Institute. And you were saying, because the iron is ingrained in our fitrah, we need just to like enlighten the filter by sharing little little bits of the Qur'an. And

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when there is light, and then it will get it will start charging. And then they will connect to these conferences and Institute's. I really like the point of how he explained

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the visit Paxton recently. And I was amazed how the Quran teaching was going on, I visited two schools, one was in a city in the heart of Punjab, sidewall and I visited a small school there and I visited one that was in the mountains. It's called Murray and I visited there, those people about like connecting to people and going out and doing outreach. I asked them that, how do these girls come here, they said that almost 50% of the girls who want to have women who want to learn, are not allowed to leave their homes to come to Canada to teach, but they're still learning and I was amazed how the group in charge will go to their home and teach them and then take the tests to them. And

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those of you who were literate would write, and there was those of you who had difficulty, they would do it orally. So I was like, surprised, out of my mind how this was going on. And luckily, I was there and in this in this hilly area where they were they had a meal of the Quran, and you have goosebumps how they were doing it, they were good, somebody was very sick somebody and they have to travel far and wide even to go and get water for themselves to do to get the wood for their for their stove. And they were still coming. And some people some of them were sometimes they would encounter snakes or scorpions or something and the other would remind them keep going, you know,

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easily get hurt you allow the Lord to hurt you. So this is like I was I couldn't even speak I was so overwhelmed by seeing the dedication of people who were teaching and who were learning. They were going to places for people who were sick, who couldn't travel who weren't allowed to go to the current class because it was too far or whatever their hang ups were but these teachers would go and take the tests to the students when they would do the session and bring it back. So some 100 lava there's a will there's a way if you want to do it, we have to do it and the later you wait the more the shaitaan comes over you and says you have this this this this responsibility you can go you can

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go you can do it maybe when you finished your responsibilities when you go but believe me dispense responsibilities, keep on multiplying, they do not reduce. So inshallah

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and we see that everything in life is difficult, isn't it so if you want to achieve anything you want to do anything, it will come with its own baggage of difficulties and challenges. So everything is challenging. So similarly when it comes to learning the deen when it comes to teaching the thing that is also challenging but you know what the good part is for that difficulties also ensure that there is reward in contempt that lamona for in Vietnam una cometa llamando gentlemen Allah He managed to do

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so. So I was just saying that the number of people like let's say some of these sisters Mashallah are going back to school going back to high school University, you could say I'm going to be starting a holocaust teaching defeated cetera but don't be discouraged like if it only one person shows up, it starts off that way right? And even if that one person you don't know what clear will come from them, and so even numbers we shouldn't allow them to deter us inshallah. Let's continue

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in this Hadees what do we see mainly

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in order to preserve knowledge we have to pass it on we have to spread it

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and one of the ways of encouraging people to come join that allemaal Quran course or other courses is to introduce them give them that flavor of Dora Quran. So I understand that not every one of us is at that level that we can deliver ourselves but we'll do an English Alhamdulillah Dora Quran recordings are available. If students in their areas are able to you know, inshallah, just gather some people in their own houses or 30 of the places inshallah there's lots of ways of spreading this fire. We need people to come and help us with Dora Quran and summer school here, as well as for those who are coming from different areas. They can consult us we can give them tips and guidance as

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to how to conduct the Dora Quran at your homes. Really that's the first grassroot level

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That you start your interest in Oh really, this is something that we need to learn. So inshallah right after our course the Ramadan is coming, whoever is interested, please give your names again, signup sheet is still empty. I'd like to see more names on it, and we can help you out. And you see there are many people who will never come to the institute who will never go to a Masjid. But doesn't mean they should be deprived. If you can reach out to them, if you can teach them even one eye, then you must do that.

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They think because they have the worldly knowledge of the intellectuals from a worldly standard. They seem to think Dean Oh, you're studying Elm, you're so dedicated, you're so motivated. And you talk about a HELOC or or any course starting in a hotel or anywhere, maybe it is now where any other institution, they just right away, they just cannot brush it off. But the moment I kind of suggested Why don't I start doing something, they were so excited about it, and they were willing to listen, because they were comfortable with me, I guess at that point, but then I just thought to myself, I said, you know, it's a starting point. And once they get the flavor of it, hopefully inshallah the

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doors of the institutions and massages are open for them inshallah. So but at least you get them started, of course. So this is our responsibility that we have to get people started. And if we have to wait until we become scholars, then I don't know when you can say that I'm a scholar, and I can teach people and it's very dangerous to claim that it's gotten to a point where Mashallah I have my mother in law, who's in India, who she wants to learn from me. So it's it kind of extends, and you start off with one person, and Allah subhanaw taala opens the doors.

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So you take the first step, you have to take the initiative, and this can only come when you realize that you have to convey in whatever way that you can. Okay, we have to learn the hedis as well. Okay, last comment, go ahead.

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I'm saying that we just have the status that we will be asked for whatever responsibility we have, it generally is not for free, as I was telling us yesterday, it's not for free, it's not on sale, and what are our choices, * or heaven, nothing else. So we are going to be asked, What did we do with the LM that we learned.

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So, a reminder for myself and all of you as well, that convey in whatever way that you can pass on this knowledge in whatever way that you can. If you don't, you will forget it, you will lose it and knowledge will die like this.

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So pass it on, whether it's through writing or by speaking in whatever way whatever strength Allah has given you use that strength, use it, some people are very good at writing right? Some people are very good at talking. So talk whatever way that you can, but inshallah do it. And remember the Bani Israel, what happened with them, even they lost knowledge right.

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How, when they were distracted by other things, when dunia became more important to them, when they wanted the bustle and the others and buckle, then they lost their in when they want to do near the last 13.

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So we have to ask ourselves as well over here, that how important is this knowledge have been to us, if it is important to us and we must strive to excel in it. We must strive to spread it to convey it.

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And whether it requires our money or our time or our efforts, whatever. Dedicate yourself wholeheartedly into it and Allah will put Baraka inshallah

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it's amazing how when we go to a grocery store, you know, $50 $100, they go nowhere. But when it comes to buying a book like $10 is really worth it. This course Okay, fees is $25 fees is $30 fees is $100. Is it really worth it? We go through groceries every week, twice a week more than that sometimes. And it's not a problem. This is where shavon comes to us a ton we get to come on

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a ship on Heroku and Fokker He is the one who threatens us. He doesn't want this knowledge to spread. He doesn't want that displayed should reach out to people that people who are invalid, they should become rightly guided. So whenever such was was has come to you, I can't do with you know, I'm too tired. I have too much on my plate. Just shun them, get rid of them.

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This is gonna happen in the next six months. That's why I can't commit because then I will have to get out of my commitment. One sister who committed for the weekend course Alhamdulillah. She worked very well from the beginning of the course till now all of a sudden something has changed. She has to go. But I was thinking she preserved the reward of helping us out all these months. She learned a lot she gained value experience. So wherever she goes, she's now able to serve the better. So remember this benefit in it. We shouldn't let you know. uncertainties stop us exactly. Let's continue. Bab * ugr loulan nissei * should you do? It should be appointed Linda sorry for the

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women young one a day either hidden or the hidden meaning alone for them hidden from warhead.

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So only for them filler isn't for knowledge, meaning should a day be fixed for

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Women alone to learn,

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should a day be fixed for women alone so that they can learn?

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What's the answer?

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Yes, it should be.

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As we learned earlier, that it is not an obligation upon women to learn to teach as much as it is an obligation on who, on the men. Why? Because women go through different phases in life, many times it's difficult for them sometimes becomes impossible for them. So it's not an obligation on them as it is on the men, the men are required, it is a must on them, but the women not as much. But there are some things that women no matter what their state in life is, no matter what they're going through in life, they must learn about those things, because we know that some type of illness for you though it's filtering, and other type is faulty fire.

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So when it comes to further rain, what is that like, for example, your Salah, the recitation of the Quran, the meaning of the Quran, how to raise your children, how to live a productive, beneficial life? How to prepare for you, after all of this is what related to or even that is, why do you have on you to learn on every single person? So a woman must learn that as well. But if a woman is busy, because of her children, because of her family, or because of whatever the situation is, should she take out at least one day to learn? Yes. And should the teachers make themselves available for at least one day to teach them? Yes. If they're busy five days a week, they can only come on Saturday?

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Should they come? Yes. And if you're busy five days a week, should you make one day for them?

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Yes, because that's the only day when they can come.

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They cannot come during the week. So if they can only come on Saturday, should you not make yourself available? Yes, it would be convenient for me to stay at home.

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Enjoy my Saturday morning and Sunday morning. But there are people who need to learn. And if I don't go out, Allah will ask me, he will question us, because this is also a blessing similar to alumina, yoma in an inner him, when you read something don't you enjoy? When you learn something? Aren't you pleased? This is also a pleasure. This is also a blessing and we'll be asked about it. So how you Gerardo lindesay, Yeoman, Allah Hadith and fill in just a day exclusively for them so that they can learn on that day. Yes, there should be a day that is appointed for them.

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Had the center Adam mukalla had the Santa Sherpa to Allah had the sunny evening as the honey he called a smear to about Saleh in the corner. You had the zoo or an OB sorry, didn't Quadri so I will sorry, the hoodie. He narrated the color, she said who said aneesa the women, the women said to who Linda be here to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they said to him, that Allah Bana, Bana, he has overpowered us, meaning they have defeated us or Laika upon you or rejected the men, meaning the men have surpassed us in learning, they have overcome us in learning, meaning they're always with you. They're always learning from you. And we can't do that. Why? Because a because we're busy

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at homes with our children. And secondly, because the men are always around you. So we don't have the opportunity to come to you.

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If the men are always around the profit sort of artisan and then how would the women be able to come and ask him their questions or, you know, learn different things from him. So they said doesn't have an R la codegen. Further Atlanta, so a point for us Yeoman, a demon of sick from yourself, meaning it's your choice, you choose which day, okay, you choose which day, but please appoint for us just one day, so that we can learn from you. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam for what are the hoonah so he promised them Yeoman a day, lucky when he met them fee in it. So he responded to their invitation. And he promised them that he would meet them on a particular day, lucky on a fee for

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what are the hoonah and then he advised them he admonished them what Amara hoonah. And he also taught them he also instructed them. So he exhorted them to do good things. And he also commanded them he also told them as to what they should do for Ghana, so there was FEMA. In what Karla Luna he said to them. So one of the things that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to them was what? Ma'am in Kaduna, there is not among you, in LA attune a woman to cut the moon she sends ahead Salah satin three Min oualidia from her children Illa except Canada. It will be for her Hey, Jasmine, avail a screen men enough from the hellfire. Any woman among you, whose three children have died the other

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day means that they have died. So who have died except those children will be what a barrier for her from the Hellfire she'll be prevented from going to Hellfire because of who? Because of those children of hers who have died.

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So a woman said, was nanny, and what about two meanings of a woman loses two children, for pallisa, he said was nanny, and also to, it's not just three, but also two. And from other nations, we also learned that even one child, and also to the point that if a fetus, meaning the unborn child, if he also dies, then that will also be a means of forgiveness for the mother, on the day of judgment. What do we learn in this Hadees? We see the hiss, that the women of this habit had for him, the yearning, the desire, they had to learn more, despite the fact that it was not an obligation on them. Why do you think they wanted to learn? It was an obligation on them? So why did they want to

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learn? Why did they desire it? Why were they greedy for it?

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Because it's beneficial. The reason is beneficial.

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So some classes, it may be mandatory on us to attend them. It's an obligation and as we committed, but other classes, it's quite possible. They're not mandatory on us. But should we attend them anyway? Why isn't it a waste of time, you've already learned that it's not mandatory on you, why should you go and attend that class?

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To get the benefit, what benefit that is quite possible, you forgot something and you will remember, it's quite possible that you will learn something new that you were never exposed to before. And it's quite possible you will benefit from the blessing of that necklace.

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Right? Because a gathering of

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what happens over there, the angels come over there, right? And such people, they receive the mercy, the special blessings of Allah subhanaw taala Sakina. When we're going through problems, we stay alone, and we cry, what's the solution? Go and sit in a gathering of knowledge, we see that it was not an obligation on them to learn. But still, they wanted to learn why, because of the benefits of

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because of the height it brings to a person.

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And we see that when they requested the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they gave him a choice that it's up to you. It's up to you, whenever you can make yourself available, we'll come.

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So first of all, we see that the students should leave the teacher to decide when to teach.

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And secondly, we see that when the teacher is requested, what should he do?

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He should make himself available.

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Because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was requested, he responded to that invitation, he accepted it, and he did appoint a day for the women so that they could learn.

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So there are two things that we learned over here.

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Because when somebody asks you about it, and you don't tell them, then what is this concealing knowledge, right?

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And concealing knowledge is a great crime is a punishable act.

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So if we're being asked to share what we know, then we should go ahead.

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And if we cannot go ahead and we must provide a substitute an alternate, that people are not deprived of learning. If they need to learn, they are able to learn. And we see that when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam taught the women. What did he teach them?

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They didn't that was of relevance to them. Women who is most beloved to them and their children.

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It is sad that even when that a woman when she has her children, her love for children is more than her love for her husband. So a woman loves her children. And imagine if a woman has lost her children. Imagine if a woman has lost a baby. Even if a woman has miscarried. It's a great test for her. It's something very painful for her. She has never seen that child but still, she could have that child and the child is gone. It's a big tragedy for her. It's a big, big loss for her.

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But look at the words of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to them look at what he taught them something that gave them hope.

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Isn't it something that comforted them, then yes, you've had a great loss. But don't worry, this will be a means of protection for you from the hellfire. So when we are teaching other people then what should we teach them

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something that will frighten them and scare them and turn them away and we make them feel they're the most sinful people then they will be never forgiven that's what we should do. We should start with what Russia Iran right good news but she Iran one or the other. So start with good news, start with things that are irrelevant that will give them hope that it will make them desire to learn more.

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So but I was not sure that how I will do this but I was doing so like give me topic and a chance to teach them satola I teach them through Skype and I have fixed the day for them. So I started because one of my cousin like he's you know, a very remote area of sin and then he was saying, Yeah, sister I request you to teach woman's I said why a woman's only so he was saying if they will come on the right path or however

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All houses will come on the right path because mother change the nation's and then somehow these ladies like you know they start coming so I don't know how to start them but humble I start with the love of Allah Subhana Allah so from that small small step Mashallah, there's so many humans there. And there's one lady she don't know who I am I'm like she's um, she know that I'm a Muslim but you know what, who is a Muslim also, and she don't know anything but when these ladies come, so she ran with and then she comes always she's there and sitting here. And Pamela like, I mean, I see her and I say she, hi greediness to just learning even she don't know any single thing or how to read how to

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write How to say something, but slowly how she's learning this thing. So

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thinking about this is the Prophet said, a lot of us London say that I'm very busy. And I cannot fix a day for you. Maybe somebody else could teach you. So who is more busier? Who won't what have been more busy than Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. And for him to take one day out to teach women who requested for whom it was for the fire just to learn, or there was not mandatory for them to learn that. But he responded to their desire their hairs to learn and he went anyway, we have one knifes one person to look after, and we say we don't have time, or we have one husband,

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or one child or two. And we think we don't have time. How big was a family the profits?

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How big was it? How many wives did he have?

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How many people were around him. He had to lead people in prayer five times a day, five times a day, five commitments minimum for every single day. But still he made the time to teach the women. So whatever we can do, we must take the time out to pass on this knowledge that Allah Subhana Allah has given us and the women were not completely deprived of learning, we see that when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam gave the hookah many times women would also be there towards the back of the mustard. But the men would also be there. And the women would hesitate perhaps in asking questions in front of other men. It happens right? You don't feel comfortable asking questions or giving

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comments or asking things in front of other men, isn't it so so this is the reason why they requested special time with the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and he did make himself available.

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So if somebody requests you one on one please You can also do that sometimes if it's possible for you but respond.

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We see that these are the women who were so eager to learn and their children were who either this harbor or the dark green let's continue

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had the center Mohammed Abu Bashar in or the head the center Honduran are at the center Sherpa to mandible as mahany and the quaner and Avi sorry the inquiry I need to be sort of la hora de la sala be had meaning he narrated the same parties were adamant as bahini Allah He said Samir to about has him and Avi hooray data from a different narration which are Buddha don't run who has narrated Allah He said, Salahuddin three children lamea blue fencer three children who have not read the age of hence what is hence. Hence, what's the meaning of the word hence sin? What can you say? Runa? lol hensler. Arlene, so hence his sin? What does it mean by hints over here the age of hence, meaning

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the age when the wrong actions of a person are considered hints. So what is that age into puberty before that if a child does something wrong, is he held accountable? No. So selesa lamea bluger. Hansa, meaning three children who have not yet reached the age of puberty, losing any children is a big loss with losing children who are young, who are infants who have not yet reached the age of puberty is a greater loss, and the profits or loss and when he said to them, that this will be a means of hijab for you in the hereafter. Then just imagine the comfort, the happiness, the joy that those women must have experienced.

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Any woman who has lost a child, you know, this is something that she does not forget. I know a lady who is perhaps in her 80s and she lost a child who was also young, I don't know how old that child was when he died. But still today, she remembers till today she mentions. It's a big loss for her, but look at the hope that he gave.

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So why would a woman be rewarded in this way for her support and for her

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for her patience, and her expecting reward from a loss of handle data for this great loss? Because reward is only there when a person looks forward to it when a person expects it if the sub has to be there.

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That mansome he or she and for Roger hedayati For who? Man semirara Shay and the

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One who heard something for Roger then he went back to it had the article until he completely comes to know of it, meaning he completely understands it. What does it mean by Roger? Roger Roger is to go back to something. So this means that when somebody said something, you go back to it, meaning asking a question about it, or repeating a question,

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asking one question after the other, that you're stuck there you go back to that point again and again, why? Because you did not understand it. So you ask questions about it, is that permissible? Of course it is. So sometimes it happens that something is explained and you understand it the first time. Sometimes it happens that you have to ask because you so you ask one question you understand, but still you don't get it should you ask again or should you feel shy and Don't feel shy? Ask again. If still you don't understand ask again. Ask until you come to know until you completely completely understand. Had this unnecessary? Imodium? Call it a foreigner nephew or even remote? On

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128 a b relay cutter and it shattered that I shall be lowering her xojo Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the wife of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam gannets, she used to let us maroochy and she would not hear anything. That letter d fU that she did not understand. In law except Roger arts fee. She would go back to a judo dirt to it had that until 34, who she would come to know of it, meaning she would question about it, she would discuss it, she would ask about it. Until she would come to know have it come to understand it completely. What happens with us? We don't understand why Nevermind. We don't understand Oh, never mind. don't have that attitude.

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A person who has hands for him. He's not satisfied with you know something that he does not understand. No, he will ask he will investigate until he fully understands. And this was the attitude of I shall they don't wanna Ilayaraja earthy he had that already. For who? What? And then a via sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a call and that the prophets of Allah said and once he said that man who Siva, the one who is called to account who see but the one who's hisab is done. The one who is called to account road diva, he will be punished. The person who is called to account on the Day of Judgment by who? By Allah subhanaw taala. Then what will happen to that person earlier than he will

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be punished?

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auditor I should I should have learned she said for all too so I said oh la se akula Allahu taala. does Allah subhanaw taala not say, for Sophia, you have a seven year zero? You understand the question.

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You said that men who suffer diva the person who is called to account you will be punished. But doesn't Allah say for Silva who has a book 700 easy accounting, easy reckoning. on it, she said for Karla. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said in the modelica indeed that meaning the one that is mentioned in the ayah is allowed, allowed, meaning just presentation does being presented. For there is a whack in my new picture, the one who is scrutinized The one who is interrogated, meaning the one who was asked, Why did you do this new crucial Harada yelich he will be destroyed, he will be punished. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam explained to her that in the afsl for your hazard where

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he's having a zero whether his app is only referring to that a person will be presented for accounting. So Allah will ask him that, did you do such and such did you do such and such an A person will confess alone will ask him You did such and such on that day. And a person will confess to the point that a person will think that that said I am doomed. But the one who will have his seven year zero, then Allah will say to him that are tough to halakha Fredonia are an area that in the world, I conceal the sense for you, and today I will forgive them for you. I will forgive you for those sins. So this is what he said when you see, and this is only allowed. And this is the

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reason why we should always made throughout a long morass, even every seven years because the one who is questioned the one who is interrogated. Why?

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And that's it. Because if Allah asks us, why did you do that? What answer do we have?

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What answer do we have? What justification Can we give? What excuse can we present?

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Nothing is acceptable.

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Because when Allah has commanded us, then we have to obey. And if we haven't, then we are 100% guilty. So if Allah asked someone why, then they're doomed. Sorry, 70. Zero is that Allah will forgive someone. So what do we learn in this hadith

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about the attitude of our shadow below or in her, the hips that she had for not just him

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But understanding,

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understanding it. And this is why she would go back she would repeat, she would revise, you'd ask again she would question if she did not understand something.

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And this is called connecting things together. This is called true understanding that when the profits are a lot of them said something she remembered and I, and she tried to reconcile the two she didn't understand. So she asked, this type of a question can come from who? Someone who thinks, isn't it? So someone who reflects someone who is inquisitive, someone who is hard is very, because your questions reflect how you think, what your level is.

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So in this head, this is a great lesson for understanding correctly. What prevents us from asking questions.

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Sometimes China's and sometimes it's also pride

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that what will they say?

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I asked this question I don't even know about this. I have to pretend I know everything I have to pretend I understand everything. So sometimes it is shyness and sometimes it is pride.

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And you'll be urbane and it was

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one more thing that we understand from here is that in from this hypothesis that there is no contradiction between the Quran and the Sunnah.

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prophets are a lot of them said something there was an ayah that apparently contradicted I should only learn, I asked for an explanation and it was given what does it show that the Quran and Sunnah do not contradict? They do not contradict. If apparently, there's a contradiction, there is always some, some explanation that we must seek to understand that we must seek to know, because if we don't, then this will lead to having doubts in the heart, weakening the man weakening the action as well. anything you'd like to say, before we conclude, we have five minutes, that many times it happens that we read something we come to know something and we're like, but we learned something

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else. And what about that? And what about this, so don't jump to conclusions know that there's a deficiency in your understanding and your knowledge. And there is no problem with the Quran and Sunnah.

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I love her for her personality. Like she was so feisty. Like if there was like, when I first started learning about the deen, there were so many things that I didn't understand. And I would avoid learning them because I felt like, like stuff about women that I would think wasn't fair or whatever. I would just sort of stay away from it. Because I was afraid that if I asked about it, I wouldn't agree with it. And then my mom would go down. But like, then I started learning to see data and how I show the Apollo so feisty. And she would ask questions about everything. And then look at her age how young she was, wasn't he? He was a teenager.

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She was so young. But despite that, she asked so many questions. Imagine if she hadn't asked this question. Just imagine when we made a play. So ask questions you never know. Other people may learn, as well.

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As a pentacle loan will be handy going to show the La Ilaha Illa and Mr. hirokawa to be like salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

Lesson 32 – Chapter 32-35 Hadith 99-103

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