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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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How y'all doing?

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Kareem

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Bab layer who he should not perform will do. Who a person when mina shocky because of doubt men overhears of Tara leave, that a person should not perform Budo because of doubt had that until yesterday dinner, he becomes sure he is certain meaning if a person is in doubt about his will do whether or not he still has his will do. He's in doubt he's not sure. Then what should he do? What should he do? He should praise Allah, he should not perform Voodoo, just because he thinks he lost his widow just because he thinks he broke his will do unless and until he is sure. You know, sometimes it happens with some people, that they start doubting everything, you know, it becomes

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like an illness as well. I remember this, the sister was one setting about her grandmother when she starts performing will do. She's not sure if she washed her hands. So she would start all over again. And as she's washing her arms, she's not sure if she washed her face or she'll start all over again. So likewise, if a person is praying and he thinks he lost his will do he should not discontinue his Salah unless and until he is sure because sometimes this shock this doubt is from who shaylen and the associate one we're not to follow that. So, you know hamdulillah this guidance is also there in our religion that at times of doubt, what should you do? Have the center lesion

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call? center sofian call center sorry, you aren't sorry, the admin will say you won or bad dibny tamiment on our movie, who's our uncle? So he narrated from his uncle family's nephew is learning from his uncle. That unknown that indeed he Shaka he complained ala rasulillah, his sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam who complained to him, allegedly, the man meaning the person, which person what did he complain about? And lady, the one who you Hi yellow lie you Hi Yello ha, yeah, lamb that he used to this thought used to come to him, you know, meaning it used to come to his mind. He used to assume he used to think. And now who that

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indeed he yeji the Shire, that he felt he found something for solar in the solar, meaning a person who used to think this thought would come to him that perhaps he broke his will do during prayer. So he complained to the Prophet sort of all the sudden that these thoughts keep coming to me in my solar, that I just broke my window, I broke my window, I'm not sure. So, four corners of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said lay and further he should not turn away what or lay on sweat if he should not go away. In other words, he should not break his salah and go away in order to perform will do again have to until Yes, ma SOTA. Either he hears some sound, oh yejide Rehan, or he find some smell. In

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other words, if he just thinks that he fast wind, just because of that thought he should not create some confusion, he should only break his Salah until he is certain. And what's the way of being certain either a person hears it, or he will smell it. Now there are some times when a person knows and yet he doesn't hear he doesn't smell when a person is sure that's different. But this is a person is unsure. He's confused, Did I break my window Do I still have I will do what's happening. So the profit sort of autism give him two things to look at to consider before he would break his will do so in other words, until he feels the signs until he sees them very clearly, that he senses

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them. He should not be able to both of these two signs, they can be perceived very easily. You can't be doubtful about that. The smell or the sound, you can't be doubtful about that. And this is something that's very important to know because otherwise a person can be in shock and his Salah will be you know constantly disturbed, he won't be able to focus on his prayer and he won't be able to complete it either. So it's necessary to know what to do at times of doubt. Now, if you look at the Tajima meaning the chapter heading, let me show you what is taken, a person should not perform will do this because of doubt until he is certain the Hadees talks about only the issue of passing

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wind. But what about other situations? And this Hadees only speaks about passing when during prayer. What about other situations for example, the person is performing Voodoo and he's not sure. Then again, outside of Salah as well. If a person is

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In this situation, you should follow the same rule. Okay, he should follow the same rule. And this hadith teaches us some very important principles, that when a person is in doubt, how should he deal with that situation? There are many principles that we learned. First of all, we learn that Lee Aquino, les azula, was shocked that yaqeen certainty, les Zulu is not, you know, it's not done away with the shock with doubt. In other words, doubt cannot replace certainty. Okay. So for example, a person is certain that yes, he performed will do. But he's in doubt, whether he broke his will do after that or not. So one thing is sure about, and the other he's unsure of, so what is he going to

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follow

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what he's sure of, because doubt, what you're doubtful about, cannot take the place of what you are certain about.

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So this is a very important principle that we learn. And another very important principle is that when a person is in doubt, concerning the presence of something, whether something has occurred, or not, whether something has happened or not, then how do you look at that situation that that thing doesn't exist? What you're in doubt about, then what is definite? Its its non existence, what you are in doubt of, then, what is certain its non existence? So for example, a person is in doubt, did he break his will do or not? He's confused? He's not sure. Then what is for sure? What is for sure, what is certain its non existence that he did not break his will do? So for example, if a person is

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not sure, he's praying so that he cannot remember whether he performed the ruku or not. Okay, he's not sure. Then what do we do? Do we just continue our prayer and finish? And then that's it? No. What do we do? We repeat the rocker and we say the record, we do the record, correct. Why? Because when you're unsure, it is as though it doesn't exist. When you're unsure about something, it is as though it does not exist. And this is a very important principle that we can apply to Salah that we can apply to do that we can apply to many, many things in our life, when it comes to rituals as well as outside. And, you know, there's a lot of benefits in this. First of all, it is that, you know, it

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keeps a person stable, meaning it doesn't keep him shaky, keeps them in perspective, and then, you know, such doubts, they can really overwhelm you. You know, for example, if you're cooking and you can't remember if you put salt or not. Okay, and if you keep thinking, did I or did I not? Did I or did I not? So ignore that doubt. What you are sure of what you are certain about

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the last thing that you are certain about, and what you're doubtful of, you're not going to pay any attention to it. So what about the record that you're just saying that we're not sure if we made it or not, then we should still, I'm just confused. Okay. So for example, record you're not sure if you did record or not, okay. You ignore the doubt. But can you remember for sure. Do you have your game that you did record? No, you didn't. Okay. So you ignore the doubt and then you are going to do to grow. Like from the Hudis we see that if you feel the signs and they're clear, then you break the will to

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like these deltas that state de Sala if you see the clear signs, if you send them only then you're going to break into otherwise just because of doubt you're not going to

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let's continue but a toughy Phil will do a toughy is to lighten something. There is a difference between lightening something and reducing something there's a difference between lightening something and reducing something. Lightning something means the thief is that you do something properly but in a way that is acceptable, but it's still it's done in the minimum way the minimum acceptable that is what you do. But reducing means what that you leave out something that is necessary. So the FIFA will do for instance, that a person performs only the obligatory parts of will do so for example, he washes the parts of the body once not that for the purpose of the FIFA

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person says Okay, forget about it. I won't wash my left arm. No, you have to wash your left arm you can wash it once only. However, you cannot leave it out because when the people left out their heels when they're performing we'll do the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said Waylon in our coffee when enough So, the fifth you can lighten but you cannot reduce performing the obligation is necessary so for instance the fourth the fifth in will do you use very little water doesn't mean you use a bucket but use very little water inshallah we will learn about the Hardys. People generally think that fight isn't exaggerating, you know the deeds that you're doing. So for example, if a person is doing will

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do he will take a long time informing will do you know, he will wash

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Rub again and again, excessively, you know, wash ones and rub all over and then wash second time and rub all over and third time rub all over. You know, first of all, it takes a long time and secondly, it becomes very burdensome whenever other people cannot follow you. How practical is it to spend 15 minutes doing will do, it's not practical at all. So piety is not in exaggerating things piety is and what following the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and we see that the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was that sometimes he would do his Bell envelope meaning thoroughly performing will do and sometimes he would do the thief, but he would never fall short, nor would he

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exceed, remember that there is a particular window 123 times that you have an option with but less than once more than three times we don't have an option regarding that.

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So at the FIFA will, will do and it's very important to know how to perform will do likely. Why Because sometimes a person is in a situation where he has very little water or he doesn't have much time, then he should be able to perform well do you know the most quick manner in the most efficient manner, using less time using less water as well. Had the center early you know abdillahi call center sufian and I'm in honor of Bharani Caribbean near Besson, so even our best will be lower. I knew he narrated that and then the via sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam once Namah he slept Hector until never ha never homins to blow over here gives me

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enough snoring. So he slept until he was snoring and then some more than Salah he prayed when he when he got up. When he woke up then he prayed what Obama and perhaps Allah He said it pajara pajara meaning he retired Tibet had the until never he never had a meeting he was snoring. So or perhaps this is what he said. He's not sure whether even our best said Nana hatanaka or pajara had done

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some karma for Salah, then he stood up and then he prayed

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suddenly then delta V Sophia and then Sophia has also narrated this to us mirliton via modality, Time after time, meaning many times Sophia has narrated this to us from who and London and Caribbean and up near Besson, meaning a similar Hadees from a foreigner bus. This has been reported to us, you know many times over and over again. So Fianna has narrated this to us, that even our bustle to learn who Allah He said Victor in the holiday bit too. I stayed at night I spent night during the holiday near my with my maternal aunt. Who was she maimunah maimunah rodilla Lauren her the soldier of Hamilton de la hora de sala

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laylat and one night and during that night for almond obeah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he stood milele from the night meaning a portion of the night. He stood in prayer for America and so when he was feedbackly layli in a portion of the night and a certain part of the night meaning when a part of the night was over, common OBO sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he stood up for the word LA. And then he performed with

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men from Shannon a waterskin more I lepin that was hanging Shannon Moloch in a water skin that was hanging the word chin is used for a water skin that is made of very old

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skin or leather that is from either a goat or sheep. It's either from goat skin or sheep skin that has aged for a very long time. So you can imagine when it has gone through the process of aging, it's going to become tough and dry. So this is why people would use it as leather for making different goods. And also they would make water skin out of that. So it's like a you can select a bag for instance like your hot water bottle or something like that. And they would use it to store water and in particular this skin they would use why because water kept in it would remain cool.

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It would remain cool for a long time and it just like you use your thermos to keep your drink warm, okay hot or cold. So likewise, Shan was used to keep water cold

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so this shun it was more I love it was hanging it was suspended and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam made will do from that what kind of will do was it will do and will do that was coffee from very light you have faithful who I'm gonna I'm gonna narrator he said either he did Hafiz will do what you can do, who are his colleagues who do meaning either the Prophet you use two words to describe the widow of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam either coffee or Kali. Now again, Colleen does not know

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Reducing part of it but rather lightening it. So in other words, reducing the number of times not what is obligatory but the number of times that he would wash a part of the body for will do. So you have a formula where you can do a comma and he stood usually and he started praying meaning he got up he performed we'll do from that waterskin and then he stood up in order to pray even our best he was there and he's watching and then when the Prophet said a lot of times to pray, so even our vessel so he got up but I will do so I also got up and performed will do now one just as similar to or the same as magma from what Delta he performed. So exactly the same way from the same water skin

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from the same water you know, in the same manner light will do I did the same thing. So much. And then I came for come to then I stood on here sorry, he on his left, USF. This is left. It's not right. But isn't the name you saw from the same route as well? And we give the name Yusra.

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Yeah, yes in LA it gives us multiple meanings of them as each of them is left to utilize from Fasten your seat belt will use raw easy, and this yourself this is left, the opposite of yourself is you mean so, so much for come to our near Sorry, I came and stood on the left side of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and when a person is praying alone, and you go and join him, where are you supposed to stand on the right so what happened? What Obama call us a piano and Shomali or Sophia and perhaps he said on his left meaning he used a different word. ESL and shimelle both mean the same thing for her one any so the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he moved me Okay, what do you have with

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the wheel to turn around? So he took me remove me from behind taking around. So he moved me for Jelani, the wheel Qibla the change of Kepler, same road, right. So he changed me he moved me for the colony. And then he placed me on the Yemeni he on his right.

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I came and stood on his left and he moved me to his right side. So my Salah, Masha of law, and then he prayed, whatever Allah willed, meaning whatever Allah allowed him to pray, he prayed as much as that, and then some, and then you pajara and then again he reclined to bed, meaning he retired to bed, meaning he slept phenomena, and then he slept had dinner for her to the point that he was snoring. Some who and then he came to him aluna D, the caller for dinner who, and then he gave them to him Bismillah of Salah, meaning the United Kingdom and then came and who was that villain of the low or no and he announced the the time of solitude for karma Mara who, and then he stood with him,

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it was solid, the solid meaning he went to the masjid in order to pray for Salah. Then he prayed well, Amitabha and the Prophet sallallahu Addison did not perform will do. He was sleeping to the point that he was snoring. And then he got up when the event was set, and he went to the masjid and he prayed. But between the two things he did not do well to

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come earlier on when we said to our indigenous and indeed people, people, okay, your coluna they say that y is the preferred sort of medicine and went and prayed with that will do some people, they say that in Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, de Namur idabelle his eyes sleep whenever you know called boo, but his heart does not sleep. The reason why he did that some people say that his eyes would sleep but his heart would not sleep. Either. Amon said, Samir, to remain in your poodle I heard of neuromedia Polo he was saying that rueil ambia the dreams of the prophets are why they are also revelation sumatera and then he recited in the honor of him and me and me and my hope Ibrahim

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are this and I'm sad to say that I signed my dream that I was slaughtering you. So the dreams of the prophets are what? Also Why? So when they're taking we're taking their hearts be asleep. Can't be asleep, right? So even though they were asleep, they were still conscious. If the profit subtle, Allison was sleeping, he was aware of whether or not his will do broke. So this is why he did not perform will do. This is what some people say anyone caught he is also mentioned this after the Hadees inshallah we'll discuss that. We seen this hardy said, even our vassal the lower and who he stayed during the night in the house of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Why did he live there? Then

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he live in the same city. I mean, he wasn't traveling, that he had to live at somebody's house. So why did he say there was a reason? Okay, so what do you just randomly Go and sleep at your aunt's place in the same city? I mean, I understand when you're traveling or if you ever innovations in your house or you have guests

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There's no room so you have to go somewhere. So you go to your closest relatives house. But why would he go? He wanted to learn from the Prophet sallallahu sallam, but the night he's sleeping. So what could he learn possibly? How he spent his night? So he wanted to observe how the prophets or the Lotus Adam spent his night. What does it show to us? That he stands there deliberately to learn to observe, and it shows how much love he had for the prophets that allowed Islam and how much interest he had in the prophets of Allah. Listen. Think about how young even our best was at that time. In the desert, we learned that was similar to this one. Before in cavalry we learned the

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam said naml hola him. He was still religion, a little boy at that time. But imagine he must have had a lot of love for the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that he wanted to stay. You know how sometimes if you have a guest, and your children get along really well with them, they don't want to leave them. And you tell them, Look, it's bedtime. Now they have to go to sleep. So you go to your room and you have to sleep No, no, they'll stick around, they'll observe they will look they will talk there'll be interested in their phone, in their bag in their shoes, everything. That's when the child is interested, right? Why? Because they feel comfortable. They know that that

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person is special. The thing is that children, they're very loving children, they can easily develop love for other people. And they can easily develop attachment to other people very easily. You spend a little bit of time, appreciate them a little and they will give everything of their steel. And we see that even our boss despite the fact that he was young, his heart was full of love for the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and we need to do the same thing.

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instill the love of Deen instill the love of the prophets of a lot of good people or righteous people in the hearts of our children from a very, very young age, so that they can look up to righteous people. And they aspire to become like them. They want to become like them.

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In our children, they love to look at others. This is why we see that little children, they don't even know who Spider Man is who Superman is. But they will talk about Spider Man Superman all the time. Why? Because something was mentioned or a picture was shown. And they know that this is something great. Even if they don't fully understand, they will be very much interested. So we need to instill that love in the hearts of little children. And we think oh, what do they know? What do they understand? No, they look they observe. Recently I've started making this a habit that if any scholar or teacher or guest is coming to town to Buddha, I tell my son from before today, so and so

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is coming. Right when she Khalid was coming. I mentally prepared him for many days before that inshallah Sheikh Khalid is going to come Sheikh Khalid is coming. He is a teacher. And he recited to answer well, and I showed him you know, a video of shefali so that you would listen to him reciting surah Allah. And he almost memorized the entire school just by listening to him. And when she when it came, you know, he was amazed that Oh, she holy, and he's telling everybody, I'm actually Holly cholitas, my friend. I like him, he was excited. So I wanted as he grows up, he should have love for people who are righteous people who are knowledgeable, so that he looks up to them, and he wants to

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become like them as well. So many times that happens that when scholars are coming when teachers are coming, we tell you know, children, they can't come here, they have to stay away, introduce them, make them meet other people so that they get excited about it. You know, they love them as well. The other day, we had somebody else come over. sure you're familiar with the brother with some he teaches that we could so he was coming over to our house. And I was telling Natalie from before you know, Uncle Sam is coming, Uncle Sam is coming and he recites Koran. And he's looking at him. And then as soon as you started reciting Quran, he was staring at him, okay, he's the one. Children

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observe a lot. They observe a lot. They're very observant. It's up to you what you put into their hearts. It's up to you, what you show them is very big. Whatever you give them, they'll take it.

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So make them excited, so that they can learn. Look at even our bus, he went to sleep at their house. And he observed what the preference on a lot of sudden was doing. This also shows how the profit satellite is going to welcome him in. And sometimes we say we're busy. No children allowed here. No kids allowed here because they're creating too much disruption. If a child is behaving good, he's paving well, and he has that attention span. Then let him come. Let him come. And as soon as you feel that, okay, he needs to do something different and children can't sit for too long, quietly to take them out. When the classes were being done in the masjid, when recently the scholars visited, I

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made sure that he went and said even for one minute, even for one minute he went sat there and looked around, looked at the microphone and then he went back

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So, you know, it's necessary that they get to know Okay, this is a classroom. And this is a teacher, and this is on. And this is what we do. It's very important for them and we should also welcome them in.

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We should also keep the doors open for them.

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Another important thing that we learned here about even our bass at the lower end, who is that? How much love he had to learn about the deen how much interest he had to learn about the deen that he decided to leave his back, leave his home and spend the night somewhere else. I mean, how many of us would do that? Take a class during the night, it's got to be something extremely, extremely important. There is no other option only then we will choose to do something at night. Look at the child. He wanted to spend the night somewhere else not to have fun, but to observe, to learn to notice to pray.

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And this is the reason why we see that he followed the Prophet sallallahu Sallam everywhere and after the death of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he followed the Sahaba everywhere and he would learn from them ask them questions. And they would say that cousin of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam you should have called us He said, No, you know, the student has to come to the teacher, he has to wait. So he would wait for hours in the sun. This game because that love that interest in learning. It was it was already there in the heart.

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And children, they can develop patience for whatever they are interested in. They're not interested in eating, you can't make them sit for one minute. They're not interested in, you know, listening to you, they're not going to sit there for one minute, but they're interested in a car, they will play with it for 15 minutes, 20 minutes, they won't get bored, isn't it. So whatever interest they have, and whatever you give to them, that's the interest that they will develop. So this is the reason why he was able to follow him around, follow the companions around, stay in the sun in the heat, wait there for hours. This is how he had patience for

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me and my husband were debating what to do with it because he's getting toys left and right about this. And like you said, it instills a love in the in the child. And then, you know, we talked about this and one of them are classes how Subhan Allah the Sahaba. And the Prophet says that, um, they have a lot of miracles that Allah gave them, but because their children are, like looking on these unnatural things that they're seeing in the heroes, when they hear when they grow up, and they hear about the qualities for example, like, you know, how the water came out from the fingers and this and that. They're not as fascinated because there's all these non non true miracles of these, you

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know, made up, whatever. So Subhanallah me and my husband, we came up with, like a strategy for earthman like my son, we, uh, he has this cape, he takes my hijabs and he's like, it's my cape. I'm that man. So we're like, okay, we're like, you know, which one was a real superhero? What's daddy's superhero? He's like, which one? So he brought out this red banana. And he put it on my, you know, on my head, and my son's head, he said, you know, a Buddha Jana, he was a real like, you know, hero, he killed like real bad guys. He didn't, he wasn't a made up story. And then so while he was just like, listening, and then we started me and my husband, we started going, I want to be able to Jana

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I want to be, and then you know, My son is like, No, no, I want to be a Buddhist. So we were trying to basically put the, like, you know, but somehow, like, like, for us, it was late, like, you know, in the sense that he already had something in his heart, and now we're trying to do the opposite, but inshallah for the new parents and whatever, like, you need to do this in advance, because he'll get all these negative heroes and negative whatever from society.

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And things that eventually children do get exposed to all these things. I mean, how much can you protect them, eventually, they will. But whatever you put in their hearts at a young age that will stick that will remain.

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And children, like we learned that at a very young age, children are able to make decisions for themselves. So you have to decide for them and you have to decide what you want them to appreciate, to look up to. Children love to imitate, they love to copy, I mean, whatever you will show them that's what they will do. Whatever you want your child to become, you start telling them from a very young age, my child will become a chef, Haffield, my child will give more than he will do the karma, he will lead people in Salah. So whatever you say, that is the image that children make in their minds and that is what they become when they grow up, because that's what they like to do.

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And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did not wake him up to pray. He did not doesn't look asleep now you wake up now to do will do. He's just doing what he's doing and even our buses following him.

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It's a waste of time. Why are they wasting all this money with these stupid things and just throw it out in front of them. So they just you're not telling them but they just listened to you and they they are absorbing those things. So they realize, okay, this is not worth this much important.

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The sheriff was here and the gratus had to go and say Salaam to him. And he told him you know, I had listened to a lecture when they were speaking Arabic.

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Jim Sheppard and he said oh yeah, with with my mom. And he mentioned that to me.

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When I was listening to you that I didn't think that he wouldn't follow. And at the same day he said, Okay mommy listen to this lecture again, over and over again

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to go and decide grant to him and Mashallah he listened. And she decided, and she was so happy because

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somebody was telling me recently about their grandson, that how he was very small, you know, he used to give and he used to love leading people in prayer. Now, I have seen that kid growing up, and I saw how he used to recycle and so beautifully. He just loved shape. So this, he just loved him and he would try to recite like him. And when he was very small, he said to his father, once that Baba, let's move to Saudi, because I want to give other than in Makkah, I want to, you know, I want to ask him, if I can give them. So, you know, they encouraged him, you recite the Quran, he was interested in shifts, there's making him watch him or listen to him. And recently, the father, he got an

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opportunity to meet Shay for this, and he took us on along with him. And his son was just like, it was like his, you know, wish his dream come true. He was so happy. And he was telling him about how he listens to him and how he reads like him and how he loves his recitation, instill that love in the heart of your children, so that they want to become like good people, like righteous people, present them as their role models, and make them realize that wow, this is impressive, and this is something very amazing. Whatever you show as big, they will look at it as big.

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And in this case, we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he slept, and obviously when he slept in our bus also in May we know that our and how everybody slept in another room via in other narration, we learned that even our bus stepped on one side of the room and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and his wife, they slept on the other side of the room. And we see that when the Prophet sallallahu wasallam slept, he was snoring, some sound was coming out. Somebody asked me when we learned this, or these earlier that this means snoring is okay, or what the thing is that snoring is something that's natural, you don't do it deliberately. And typically, even if a person doesn't snore,

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generally, when do they snore? When they're tired or when they're in deep sleep isn't typically that is when they will sleep. Now, obviously, sometimes it happens that if a person is snoring too much excessively or too loud, then that becomes a problem. And, you know, there are cures to that, and a person should adopt that. But as long as it's in moderation is there is no harm in that. And there are many other lessons that we learned this are these first of all, we see the the permissibility of staying in the house of another person at night, in the same place as that of the husband and wife, we learnt about this earlier as well. However, there are certain conditions, when can a person stay

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in the house or in the room of other people? First of all, both of them, allow it and they approve of it. So for example, as a wife, if you have guests over and you're going to sleep at night, make sure your husband allows that

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the his permission, his approval is necessary. Likewise, the permission, the approval of the wife is often necessary because neither of them should be in, in discomfort. And it happens sometimes when for example, there is a guest and they're staying and they're staying, it causes a lot of strain on the relationship of the husband and wife. So, yes, having guests over something very good. But it should only be with the approval with the permission of both the husband and wife. And likewise, if you're staying with your parents, then it has to be with the permission of your parents. The secondly, if definitely if it's in the same room like in this Hadees all of the members should be

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mounted to one another. Even our bus was the nephew of my moon out of the lower, so there was no issue of her job. And besides he was a young child. So there was no issue of hijab whatsoever. And thirdly, appropriate arrangements must be made. So for example, even our bass was keeping on one side and there was sleeping on the other side of the room. So likewise, appropriate arrangements should be made. Another very important lesson that we learned in this Hadees is the permissibility of using the property of another person, when you know that they will not object to that. What's the evidence of

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that even our bus he got up and use the water from the water scheme without asking openly from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam or maimunah will deliver and why because it was understood it was acceptable. It wasn't something that was, you know, objectionable. So likewise, if you go to somebody's house, and you know, they welcome you in very nicely and it's perfectly fine. If you go up to the kitchen and you get a glass of water, you don't have to ask them and force yourself to be a guest. No, if you're welcoming them, and everything's at the table, everything's laid in front of you don't have to take the permission before you pick up the spoon or you before you, you know make

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your way to the to the washroom that's right in front. I mean, there's different levels of formality. So with those whom you are not as formal with

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It's okay. Okay. And also there are different types of things as well some things you know, if I use it no harm, but other things if you use them, the other person might have some objection to it. So for example, you go to somebody's house you using the toilet and there's soap over there, okay, use it, but if you see a face wash, you're not going to start using that. Okay? You're not going to start using that. Likewise, if they have a towel hanging over there for your hands use that but don't start opening the washroom cupboard to see what's inside and take out a fresh towel from there or you know, use that No, do whatever is approved and acceptable. Another important lesson that we

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learn is that we'll do maybe perform from water that may be coming from any source, it could be coming from a bottle of water, okay, it could be coming from a vessel a tab, a spring, Reversi whatever you like obviously why not because some people they say that like I mentioned earlier as well that will do should only be performed from a specific certain type of container there's no such restriction because we see the profit or loss and it was performing will do from what whatever that was coming out of waterskin likewise we see that will do can also be performed with water that is good for drinking. Now, whatever that was kept in the waters can obviously you would drink that but

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they used it for will do this is not wasting water. So for example if you are somewhere and you can't have access to a tap to do will do and you have water bottles, are you wasting water? No you're not wasting water because Allah subhanaw taala says well, Sahara la cama filati gymea, Minho, Lhasa has subjected everything in the earth for you. So you are allowed to use it, okay, for need for whatever purpose you have. But just because you bought the water doesn't mean that you can't use it for who you can, as long as it's clean. And one more thing that we should remember is that if However, for example, a source of water has been reserved for something in particular, then you

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cannot use it for will do. Now this water is can was understood if the province of a lot is in good will do from that, then even our boss also did it. But otherwise, if you would see a jug of water would you start doing we'll do from it? No, because that is kept for drinking purposes. Likewise, if you see water bottles somewhere, they are there for you to drink from, don't start, you know, washing your food with it or washing your hands with it, if it has been designated for drinking. Likewise, sometimes you go to a Masjid and there are certain you know, sinks over there. And it says over there, please do not perform will do over here. So don't say Oh, why are they stopping because

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you can do will do anywhere This is water, it doesn't make a difference, it doesn't make a difference to them. So don't make will do over there make will do at the designated place. So for example of water fountains, you know, sometimes people will start washing their hands over there, that water is specifically for drinking purposes. And that's the reason why, you know, a filter has been put in. And that's the reason why, you know, the temperature is also controlled. And that is the reason why it has been installed. So if you start washing your hands over there, you're using the resources, wasting them in a way and also you're preventing other people from drinking the

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water, I mean, somebody might be waiting to drink water. So remember that if something has been reserved for a specific purpose and you use it for that only however in the general sense we are allowed to use water anywhere. So if it's considered acceptable if it's considered Okay, you have a water bottle in your car, do whatever you want. But if you are somewhere and there's a water fountain don't start doing we'll do over there. Sometimes people don't want to wait in the lineup in the washroom and the water fountain that's outside the dollar they will start doing Moodle over there. It's inappropriate I mean what what kind of behavior we display to the people what will they

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see that people are using the water to wash their hands and feet the water that is for drinking. So be careful. Like for example in the huddle as well, we see that there are certain water coolers which are placed over there so that people can drink the water not so that people can start performing will do over there. There are certain other places within the harem even where there are tabs from which you know those thumbs on is coming out and you can follow to there you can but don't use the water that has been placed into coolers and then transported and then brought to a certain place and people are waiting they want to drink and you're doing will do and the whole place gets

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wet. Somebody can slip and hurt themselves really bad. So we should be careful. Another important lesson that we learn in this hadith is the permissibility of moving in Salah when it is absolutely necessary and it's not excessive. So the profit sort of are sort of moved and even our best also moved. He moved the profits or loss in a move to move even our best even our best move to move from one position to the other. So when it is absolutely necessary then it is okay. Likewise if you see the the row in front of you people are praying salah and there's a gap in the middle so the soft is not right. And children can come there. So you're standing right behind, take a step forward in and

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fill in the gap. Now imagine

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If this is something that were to do insula, what about otherwise? Isn't it important? It is right? In Salah, we are supposed to do that. So otherwise it's even more necessary. So for example, if you bring Philander children were praying with you and they're moving constantly, can you like, you know, do something, you touch them slightly so that they realize what they're doing, as long as it's very, very minimal. And also look at the age of the child, because some children, they can't stand still, they really can't. So there's no point in you know, forcing them to stand and, you know, kicking their foot so that they enjoy their foot with yours. There's no point in doing that. You're

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telling the child not to move and you're showing them that you're moving. So be careful. Another important lesson that we learn in this Hadees is about sleep, and the relationship of sleep. And we'll do remember that sleep in and of itself is not had a meaning it's not something that causes will do to break. What causes widow to break to be nullified are other things. And we discussed that earlier that as well, that's completely different, will do will only be nullified in sleep, when you know a person is sure that something happened that he did something. And I mentioned to you earlier, there is a difference between sleep that is long and sleep that is short. If the Prophet sallallahu

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Sallam did not have to do will do after sleep, because of the evidence that is given at the end of the Hadees, then he wouldn't have done the first time either.

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He wouldn't have done well to the first time either. I mean, he used water from the water skin, I mean that for drinking, but he used it to do. Why because before that he stopped for a longer period of time. Okay. And after that, when he stopped, it was for a much shorter period of time, although he was snoring, but it was only for a few minutes, perhaps. And then he went to the machine. So the main thing over here is sleep that is long and sleep that is short. If it's short sleep, then you know if something has happened or not. But if it's long, then you have no idea. You have no recollection. It doesn't matter if you lean behind or even if you slightly lie down even that's

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fine. Short is the main thing. And we also learn in this hadith that the Imam he should stay in his house until the time for Salah has come in prophets, Allah Larson did not go to the masjid before the event, he went after the other. Some scholars say that it's so not to do that the man should not come before the event. Why there is Heckler and sometimes there is a long gap between the plan and the actual Salah isn't it? And the thing is that if a person especially whose responsibilities is to lead other people in Salah if he's in the masjid at the time of until the completion of Salah, how long would it take quite a while right? And Will he be able to pray in his house at all then? No. He

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won't be able to pray in his house at all. Would he be able to fulfill his other responsibilities? No. And likewise, in other people, if the man was there from before, yes, people will be careful about coming on time and everything. However, it's quite possible that the modern feels shy or other people feel shy giving the banner or standing there praying there sometimes it happens. So at some scholars say that it is sooner for the man to go after the event and not before the alarm that he is also responding to the alarm when he goes to the masjid because in the event what doesn't? I didn't say hi Yara la sala. So he then goes to Salah. So he's answering the call of Linden as well. But if

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there is a reason for the Imam to be there in the masjid from before that is also okay. inshallah We will do this tomorrow. inshallah.

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panicle law the condition of Allah illa Anta Mr. Falcone, Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh