Channel: Taimiyyah Zubair
Series: Taimiyyah Zubair - Bukhari
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Bab al Masjid at the masjid yaku. It is fifth Berea in the way, meaning in a thoroughfare in a place from where there is high traffic miscellania border in binaires as long as the people do not get hurt because of that meaning it is permissible to build a Masjid, in a place where there is high traffic around such a place as long as the people do not suffer because of that. But when people do suffer because of that, then alternate arrangements should be made or accommodations should be made so that the masjid is also running properly. And at the same time, the people are also not suffering because of the masjid where behala and with this panel has a new word uboot romantic meaning all of
them they had this opinion that it's permissible to build a Masjid in such a place as long as the people do not suffer. What's the evidence? Had this and I have no bucatini. Paula had done a laser on recruiting anybody she haven't got an offer on it or what took news debate. And now zodion abbyson Allahu alayhi wa sallam I call it I should have put on her she narrated that number until I do not remember about a year my parents have a way to parents meaning my father and my mother in law except Warhammer that both of them were yet the nanny. They adopted religion Edina the dean, meaning I always remember them to be Muslim. Meaning you know when you think about your childhood memories,
so she said that I always remember them to be following Islam to be on this day. When I'm and did not Yamada a pass Elena upon us Yeoman any day in life except yet Dina, he would come to us be in it or sulamani sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when would he come for our fate, two ends and the Harry of the day, which two ends of the day book rotten in morning worship and evening, meaning not even a single day fast, except that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would visit us twice a day, once in the morning, and once in the evening. Somewhere then better it appeared the abbey back into Abu Bakar meaning he had an idea what he had
this part that forgotten so he built mustard and a mustard beefy. Now he that he in the courtyard of his house, meaning one day he had this thought that maybe that I should pray in my house and he made a mustard in the courtyard of his house for cancer he used to suddenly he would perform Salafi in it were close, and he would recite the Quran for your people in a heap. So they would pause. They would stop by who nissa or machine the women of the Muslim or urban as a woman and their children, but he was in an open place in the courtyard. So he would stand there, perform Salah recite the Quran, and the passers by the women and the children especially what would they do they would stop in order to
look at him in order to see him yard job una min who amazed at him when the lunar Illa II and they would look at him they would just stand there watching him amazed what kind of double bakunin and aboubaker was larger than a man. But from the word bigger, what does it mean to cry so far, meaning one who would cry a lot. So he would cry a lot. There young liquid a he had no control over his eyes, meaning he could not hold his tears back in the car. And when he would recycle.
And the women and the children they would just stop and watch him in amazement for after either ellika for observe so it frightened that Lika that Ashraf population, the elite, the nobles of correctional machine from the machinery meaning and this became a cause of concern for the leaders that are women and children are watching him they're getting influenced by his clan by his Salah. They're going to become Muslim too. So they were concerned. But in this Hadees what do we see that Abubakar Abdullah Andrew, at the very beginning, we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sena would visit him every day twice.
And at that time, abubaker he appointed a Masjid in his courtyard and a courtyard. You know, you don't don't think of it as a place that is walled necessarily. It's quite possible that it's open. And the people would pass by meaning it was a place where the people would frequently go back and forth, and they're going back and forth did not get affected by his Salah in the sense that it
Wasn't that the mustard was causing them any problems? Okay, he was standing there performing a Salah, and yes, they will attend and watch. But that was their choice, they were not suffering because of his mustard. And the fact that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would visit abubaker widow and who so frequently and he did not stop him from it. This shows that a Masjid may be built in such a place as long as people do not suffer.
Because remember that the word must have is understood in two ways. One is that a building, and secondly, a place where you pray. So it's quite possible that he just designated that place, you know, made it in such a way so that he could pray easily. You know, for example, the floor is made smooth, for instance.
And also you see over here the friendship of the Prophet settlement, Isn't that how he would visit him twice.
And this shows to us, it's good to visit your friends. Because sometimes we just have enough conversations maybe over the phone or something, or we know them through your workplace or something, or your class. But taking the effort to go visit somebody in their house is also necessary. He was praying openly. And this in itself was Dawa. And many times seems like it feels like it's going to be embarrassing, or it's going to be strange, or people might get offended or they might get upset. But no, take that fear out of your mind and just focus on so that I only recently we went on a family picnic and there were some friends as well. And their son, teenager he
refused to pray anywhere. Why? Because somebody told him you're not supposed to pray in public.
Because then you're showing off. So because it was an open place, he said, I cannot pray here because I will be showing up and he is going around looking for a secluded corner or something he wasted so much time in that. But where do people understand this one? From this hadith? What do we see Abubakar widow and who is praying openly. There are women and children passing by people, you know, standing there staring at him but he's continuing with his prayer.
That how avocado or new is praying for reciting Quran which taking women and children they're watching him and he doesn't object to them. He just continues his prayer. Unfortunately, what happens is that if there's a non Muslim that comes to a gathering of knowledge or you know a Masjid or something, they're looked at as though they are not welcome. So that turns them off and they do not want to come anymore. But we see that who aren't who did not tell them anything to turn them away. Rather, he just continued what he was doing.
But a solid if you must do this to be a fella performing the Salah where he must be the souk in the masjid of a marketplace. So basically the question is, is it permissible to pray in a marketplace? Because we know that the best places are what massage it and the worst places or what markets and you know, markets are where shavon is as well. So is it permissible to pray in a market in a mall? Let's say you happen to be at a mall and the time persona comes Can you pray there? Yes, you can. Meaning whether a place has been designated for Salah within a marketplace or a place has not been designated In either case. You can perform Salah in the marketplace for salah and he prayed who
ignore onin even famous didn't any Masjid fee that in a house. He prayed in a Masjid which was in a house. What does it mean by that? Again, don't think of mustard as a place that is built as a mustard like massage as of today. Masood can also be used as masala meaning in a place of prayer in a house, you luckily it was locked, it was closed, I lay him upon them above the door, meaning if somebody was inside the house and the door would be closed. So in other words, he prayed inside a house the door was closed in a closed place can a person performs better? Yes, they can. So for example, you are in a mall in a marketplace and there happens to be a small room over there the door
controls can you go inside that and pray for them. Of course you can. Even though the surrounding areas may be up shelf, but that place is a place. Why? Because you're performing center over there.
Many times people do that and these days 100 left with a blessing of family rooms that where there's you know the floor is absolutely clean. There is no music over there also most of the time, and you can pray there very very easily. Because there's also privacy, you know the door is closed you can even perform something over there. And this also shows that because you know correlational data it shows that they prayed in JAMA at home not in a Masjid so if a person happens to be somewhere where there are other people as well other Muslims as well for example in a marketplace, and the time for solid comes in and the mustard is far. For instance, can they pray in congregation at the mall? Yes,
they can. At the marketplace? Yes, they can. Definitely This is permissible.
And sometimes you'll see that in Muslim countries, in huge marketplaces there are, you know, certain stores, you know, or to the basement or a certain level certain room is reserved for sauna. So at the time of prayer, everybody gathers up over there and perform sauna. And from this by extension, we can also learn that at a workplace, or at a workplace, if there's many Muslims over there, can they pray together in jamara? Yes. And even if the door closes, yes, whether it's openly or privately, it is permissible to do that.
You might say, but this is quite obvious.
Have you ever thought about this, that it's so obvious why isn't it mentioning all of these points one by one, because sometimes despite it being obvious, when the time to pray comes and we happen to be in such a situation in such a place, then we hesitate? we hesitate, or we have doubts, or we feel shy. So all of these ideas, what do they prove to us that we should you know, when the time comes for prayer, just pray.
Had the cinema said that Allah had the Santa Margarita and in our machine, and Avi sila Hana and Avi later on in the BSL Allahu alayhi wa sallam will call the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said Salatu jumhooree Salah, the prayer of Allah jamir collected meaning congregational Salah, when people pray together, in Gemma does he do it increases Allah seletti on his Salafi Beatty in this house, meaning it is more in reward, compared to his Salah in his house. If a person performs Salah in jamara, that is more greater in reward compared to Salah in the house was latifi soupy and his sweater in his soup in his marketplace.
If you're in the car, you're driving, or somebody else's driving, and it's time to pray for Allah, then you should not bring the car, then you should stop the car and pray on the side. And if let's say it is not possible at all, you happen to be on a highway in the middle. And it seems to be very, very slow and you feel as though your Salah will go by the time you will be able to stop somewhere then you can print in the cart in that situation only.
If you are able to stop the car, then you have to stop you must. But if you are not able to buy for example, the person happens to be in an airplane. You can't tell the pilot to land because you need to pray then you pray in the airplane sitting so just like that he will play in the car sitting when you are not able to stop at all when you have no choice Exactly. Whether car airplane bus if you're able to stop the vehicle, then you must do so. But if it's not in your control, you cannot stop the vehicle. And if you wait until the vehicle stops and you will miss your solid by then. Then what should you do wherever you are?
Then you will pray standing.
So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said salado Jumeirah does either Allah Azza latifi Beatty that congregational Salah is more in reward compared to Salah in his house was latifi soupy and his Salah in his marketplace, meaning a person has a shop or something has a store. He's at that store. Time for that comes he prays there, okay, it's fine. However, if he were to go and pray in jamara, that would be more more in reward by how much cumson were issued in $1 25 times meaning 25 ranks more in other versions leaner in about 27. For a harder come for indeed one of you either to work or when he performs will do for accident and he does well in performing his will do what I tell us to do and he
comes to the masjid later you read illustrata he does not intend anything but prayer meaning the only reason why he comes to the masjid is so he can perform Salah. Then let me have to hope whatever he does not take any step in that except a rougher hula hoop he had dodged a lot raises him for that one step what the larger meaning for every step he takes towards the mustard. One rank is raised will help barn who hopefully and he erases from him a sin. So imagine every step that is taken towards the masjid, one rank is raised and one sin is erased. Had the until yet the whole Masjid he enters the masjid. This is why even if a person happens to be far from the masjid and he still makes
the effort to go and there is more benefit more reward when either the hotel manager and when he enters the masjid can refuse for nothing. He is in the sauna mechanic as long as it keeps him what to Sunday and he prays yea or nay he have what to say sadly and he prays urine era on him who and melodica to the angels, Madame imageless he as long as he remains in his mandalas What does it mean?
majlis the place where he is sitting and letting you suddenly fee where he performed the Sunnah. What do the angels say? What do I do they make for him Allahumma fella who Allah forgive him along what humble Allah have mercy on him. And they keep making this law for him, man, let me have this V as long as he does not lose his widow. While he's sitting on that spot. There is a number of things over here. First of all, we see that performing Southern congregation brings more reward compared to performing were at your home or at your workplace at the marketplace. So in other words, there's a difference between praying wherever you are and making the effort to go to the masjid and perform
Salah both are permissible, both are valid, Salah will be valid, however, one is a third one is superior, it is much better, what is much better going to the masjid and performance.
And for every step that a person takes, because sometimes a person might say, Take me 10 minutes to drive to the machine taking 15 minutes, you know, we should really pay attention to these things because we have to encourage our men because sometimes they get discouraged. It's 15 minutes, 15 minutes, one way 15 minutes the other way. 15 minutes they're 45 minutes gone. But imagine for every step that is taken
and Allahu allez genders and his reward.
Yes, people would walk back then and today people drive or something. You can be hopeful you can expect reward from a mother for every, you know, turning of the wheel in sha Allah, Allah subhanaw taala will increase in knowledge and erase a sin
that some people they will take very small steps towards the masjid just so that they would have more steps so that there is more sense forgiven and more knowledge and available
that Jamal can be performed at home as well. I for example, have their two three men happen to live in the same house they can pray in Jamal, okay, but the reward of going to the masjid they will miss out.
Because going to the masjid that brings different kinds of reward for every step there is reward as long as it's within the time of Salah. Over here in this Hadith, the reward is of mustard,
praying in the mustard going to the masjid and performing Salah over there in Juma and in this Hadees we also see that what either the hotel manager can have is for lighting mechanic when he enters the master he is as though performing for now meaning if a person happens to enter the machine 15 minutes before the jamara begins all those 15 minutes are spent as though he is
there also counted as a God because he's in that state of rebellion and after the Salah if you remain sitting in that place as long as he doesn't break will do and as long as he doesn't get up the angels are constantly making doorframe Aloma fellow among
Berg there should be kill us are very famous Judy will Heidi fish beak intertwining what a saga the fingers were filled must have in the mustard lady and elsewhere. What does it mean by the speaker the speaker is to lace the fingers intertwine the fingers together, those of you who are online, I recommend that you Google the word that should be in images and you will find a picture in shop.
So it is to intertwine the fingers. Okay, so intertwining the fingers when a person is in the masjid or elsewhere. Is it permissible or is it not permissible?
Let's find out have definite Hamad neuromotor ambition had definitely had this and are working on a behavioral model with near Imran that Shabbat can be useful Allahu Allah He will certainly know
that the prophet SAW the light is suddenly intertwining his fingers. So if he did it, what does it mean? That it is permissible do intertwine the fingers to less than what color acemoglu alien had done are some of the Mohammedan semir to her that her does that mean Abby phenom our father he said that I heard this hadith from my father but I did not memorize it for a woman who lives so he fixed it for me meaning he made me remember and understand correctly. work. I don't have to be that color severe to be well who are your color? Color Abdullah Kala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He said, Yeah, Abdullah, if neon green or Abdullah even notice it is not
okay for because
what will happen to you either but Peter, when you will remain fearful they're letting in the husana the scum,
the dregs mentalness of the people we had with this meaning what will happen to you
When you remain in people who are like scum, and he intertwined his fingers at that time, I do not know if you have these wordings in the Hadith. But in other versions of it we learned that shabaka the prophets of Allah 70 intertwined his fingers when he said this, that all our beloved men are mortal, what will happen to you when you remain in the dregs of people? And the people are like this, what does it mean by this action, intertwining the fingers that when they're like, conflicting with each other, when they're constantly fighting with one another? When their matters are all confused, there is no unity there is no leadership, there's no sincerity for one another, they're
constantly coming against each other, you know, like fingers coming against others like constant conflicts. And when you're amongst the people and the prophets on the walls and describe the peoples for Salah Dominus, Salah is basically the scraps, okay, or discard mean something that is garbage, literally, when such people are existing, and they're constantly fighting with one another. And you are amongst them what will happen to you, as if he's saying that you will be such a misfit.
You'll be such a misfit, you'll be so different from the rest of the people.
You don't like in Hades, we don't want other strangers
that you're so different from them. What will happen to you when you see other
ones when people are arguing and fighting and there is no unity amongst them? What will happen to you It says Oh, he was showing pity and concern.
Yes, obviously, because people who are of noble character, they don't engage in such things. Right? Meaning even if they have differences, they do not fight with each other. I mean, they're still respectful with each other. So basically, this is indication of the fitna that came out to the life of the backwoods of Monticello
that fighting with each other, constantly, you know, engaging in conflicts with other people, whether it's verbal or in action or in in any way, this is something that does not befit a person of noble character.
So in this, what do we see that he intertwined his fingers
because the point is to show that the Prophet sort of intertwined his fingers for the lady as well right, not just invested but also highly
have doesn't have a lot of new hair color hair doesn't have Sophia and Abby, Buddha and Abdullah give me a Buddha and JD and Avi Musa and inbhir sama, sama call, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said in a minute, indeed the believer that many to the believer Caledonian like a building you should do, it strengthens barbu, some of it bobbin others meaning a part of a building, it strengthens other parts of the building. This is how a believer is to his brother that he strengthens his brother was shabaka are salvia who and while he said this, he intertwined his fingers. Now over here, he intertwined his fingers to show unity and strength.
Because if you think about one hand, when the fingers are intertwined with the fingers of the other hand, then what happens, it strengthens the other, because all of a sudden you have more force. When people have to make a human chain, what do they do, they interlock the arms, and also they join their hands together in this way, because when you list your fingers together, you really strengthen the hands, then you can really keep them together. So this is how a believer is to his brother, that he strengthens the other. And when this is missing in people,
then what does that show that Islam is there, but the man is weak, because this is how men is. So we all need to analyze ourselves that my words, my actions, are they a means of strengthening other people or making them weak.
Because sometimes the kind of words that we may say to others, the kind of comments, you know, a message, an email, it could really dishearten a person, it could really weaken them
all the energy and the motivation that they may have, they lose it completely. Sometimes it's the attitude. Sometimes it's the actions.
So a believer is supposed to be a source of strength and energy for the other.
Not someone who would be motivated and weakened.
And since this is a time of the month of Mohammed,
Mohammed Hassan, sacred month and this reminds us that while there are certain times which are sacred there's also certain people that are sacred. And amongst the people who are sacred is who the believer
right because a believer his honor his property his life is sacred more than the sanctity of the karma and how this relates
More than the sanctity of the Kaaba.
In a hadith we learn the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, a Muslim is one from whose Duncan hand other Muslims are safe and a believer is one in whom people place their trust in regard to their life and well, Muslim. There is a difference between being just a Muslim and
Muslim is Oh, people are saved from his tongue and hand movement is that people, they have confidence in him they trust him that yes, my property My life is safe when I'm around this person that is.
So men becomes what a source of strength for others a source of confidence for others, a source of motivation for others.
In another Hadees, winner in the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, the best of you are those who when seen are a means of remembering,
strength, spiritual strength, spiritual motivation. And the worst of you are those who go about with calumnies, those who cause discord between friends and seek flaws in the innocent, a source of creating weakness.
So who's the best person, the one who strengthens others? And who's the worst person the one who weakened
This is also Muslim.
had his hair color had the thinner evolution made in October on Abner owning an ABC Rena an OB hooray Auto Color he said Son levena Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam prayed with us he had one of seletti the two prayers of Archie the evening. He performed one of the two evening prayers with us out of necessity in some maharera were mentioned that particular set out what I can see together, but I forgot whether it was Mongolia or Asia. I forgot Allah He said for son levena Kartini. He said so he prayed with us to Dakar, sadness and Lima. And then he said the Sunnah, whereas Asia, how miracle for so he prayed to and he said the Center for karma.
Then he stood in a Harsha button, he rose and he went towards a piece of wood marble button that was Marula that was lying were filled mustard in a mustard, meaning it was lying at an angle. It was lying at an angle in the masjid for the car, they and then he reclined against it. So imagine a piece of wood beside of the machine. He just went to it and he reclined against it
as if he was upset, or something wrong, because this was not normal. The problem sort of all the sudden, what was his usual habit, when he would say the slum he would turn around and face the people. This time? What did he do? He got up and he went and stood on the side and reclined and well what are and he placed yet the whole human his right hand. And then you saw on his left hand worship burqa baina of Siberia and he intertwined his fingers. So he brought both of his hands together. And he intertwined the fingers Well, what are and he placed hot the who his cheek with cheek. Amen. The right one, he placed his right cheek where Allah upon Laurie, the surface of GFI is back and you
slob enough meaning on the back of this left hand. So he placed his right cheek on
the back of his left hand. So do that.
When would you do that? Like when you deepen pot, when you said, you're thinking there's something wrong, something's not right. So he's reclining. And this is what he did is if he's just lost in his thoughts gonna know about as they described. So what happened when the people saw this project, and it left a salon, the quick ones being the people left quickly when of webbing mustard on the doors of the mustard for kalu. And they said consolata sala de Sala has been shortened. So the people left quickly and they said, Sir, has been shortened the profits of a lotion upgrade only do not for what we'll call and amongst the people was Abu Bakar, Abu Bakar, and for her, but they were also afraid
and you can limit who they speak to him. They were also afraid of talking to the prophets of Allah. Imagine how close they were to him. Yet they were afraid to speak to him because he did not look happy. He looked upset. What Phil called me and in the people was also Reginald mn figure day he in his hand stolen length meaning his his hands were very long. Who was this man you call it a Who? He was called earlier day. He was called today. Have you heard of him?
No. So you call it a gulia? Dane he was called Delia de cada. rasulillah. He spoke up he said O Messenger of Allah. And a Sita. Did you forget I'm casola to Santa
Or has this sort of been shortened? Did you forget to pray all for? Or is it that the Salah has been shortened? Carla, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said lamb answer. I did not forget when I'm toxa and it has not been shortened
for Carla. So he said, The Prophet sallallahu sallam, he addressed other people and he asked them, can I do kuliah day? Is it as gulia Dane says that I prayed less. I didn't pray the entire solar for Kaduna and he said yes, for the Kadena. So, he came for Salah. Then he performed the Salah, which one madaraka that which he had left meaning he completed what he had left some masala then he said the Salah.
So in other words, he performed the two remaining and then he said the Sunnah, some macabre after saying the synapse of macabre, he said that he said Allahu Akbar was sajida and he performed such that so he said Allahu Akbar and went into such them. And this said that was Midland likes to do D his normal such that meaning it was long, it was as long as you would normally prostrate for out one or longer. So it was the length of it was his average such or slightly longer. Summer then refer about so who he raised his head, waka Bora, and he said the meaning he got it from sajida saying Allahu Akbar. So maka Baba he said Allah but again was sajida and he went down into such that again
mytho so do the, like I said, well or longer to Morocco. Then he got up again, how he said the key for Obama's Alou. So they also asked him so masala that he said the salon again, for your Hulu. He said no big deal, meaning the narrator is saying he said that I was informed and then invite him to Hussein and call us on that he said to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said Salah again. So what do we learn over here at the Prophet top of our cylinder, he forgot to pray to the cart, or one Raka Hello, Adam, whichever one macgruber Isha. And what happened? He was not aware. And when the people informed him, what did he do? He went and completed this honor. And after that he performed to such
and such there are off. So and he said the salon after the session. Right? And he also said one before, so this is also permissible. It seems like the rest of the people followed him. Because obviously he led them in the prayer. So they had to complete their prayer as well. One thing I'd like you to notice over here, and I'm sure you did, that the prophets Allah was upset when he got up when he finished a sauna in a mistake, right? And he was upset, he was not happy. He was a deep and thought, Why?
The thing is that it is the blessings of a loss of power that when we make a mistake, even unintentionally, then what happens is that our heart is not at ease. We're just not happy inside. This is something natural that happens. person cannot relax, they cannot enjoy. There's just this guilt or you're just unhappy. You're unsatisfied. until Allah with his mercy and His blessing upon us, he points to us our mistake.
And then when we fix that, then we can relax and we can be happy.
Because it seems from the narration that there was no obvious reason for the prophets of Anderson to do that. No reason because all of a sudden he prays only to the car and he gets up and he leaves everybody's afraid what's going on, people leave quickly, even Abubakar and Murphy, even they don't want to go up to him and asked him what happened. So it seems like this was a result of the Salah not being complete. It was an unintentional mistake. Human beings make mistakes, right? And it is at the mercy of Allah that He makes us realize we have done something wrong with that feeling of unhappiness and guilt. And so whenever you're feeling unhappy, dissatisfied, you have the most
amazing food in front of you, everything's fine. We just feel like crying and crying for no reason. then realize that something had happened and start doing this. The
human beings make mistakes, right? No matter who they are, no matter where they're standing, no matter what kind of work they're doing, no matter what kind of level they may have. At the end of the day, they are human beings. They are the children of Adam, and all of the children of Adam, they are hopper own, they make mistakes. So if somebody has made a mistake, and you don't even know if they've made a mistake, or is it actually like that you're unsure. What's your responsibility that you go and inform them about it and figure out an appropriate way of talking to them like look at the way Julia Dane he asked the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as that's what I've been shortened, you
know, ask a question or something. But make sure that the mistake is pointed out for their good and for the good of the rest of the people.
Not in this context, but there are many are Hadees, from which we learned that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam did forget to complete his prayer.
He said afterwards that I am a human being. So just like other people forget, we also provide and this is normal. So if this does happen to a person that they complete the prayer and somebody tells them, you prayed only two, or you prayed six instead of four, it's okay. Because you are human being it happens. It's normal. But if it's happening consistently, regularly, then there is a problem. And we need to focus on Salah more. One more lesson that we learned here is that he didn't repeat the entire prayer, he just completed what was left out accidentally, even though he spoke in the middle, even though he got up and left. But still, he did not repeat that entire prayer, he just completed
what was missing.
If you see someone upset or sad, don't just be concerned about yourself, be concerned for them as well. Because sometimes we're afraid to approach people when they're upset, or have this fear that they're going to be angry with me. But our concern should be what we need to comfort them as well. Just this morning, I read an article, and it was titled that marriage is not for you. And I'm wondering, why did this person send it to me, marriage is not for you. And because they said that marriage is not for you, it's for the person whom you marry. Because when people get married, they look at marriage very selfishly than what's in it for me.
But when a person gets married, you should be thinking, What's in it for the other person? How can I make them happy? How can I have a family? How can I have this person, be a part of my family and be a part of their family? So marriage is not for you, in the sense that don't think it's all about you. It's about others as well. And this is a very important lesson that we learn generally in life and in any relationship, any kind of interaction that we have with others. Let's just not think about ourselves and think about others as well.
Now, all of these are these that we've studied so far. And under this heading, what do they prove that the profits or losses are intertwined his fingers, and this shows that you can intertwine your fingers, whether you're in the masjid or you are outside of the masjid. So why isn't somebody mentioning this? Isn't it quite obvious?
Why is this a cause of concern that he has to prove it? Because there are other narrations that tell us that intertwining fingers in the masjid is not correct.
But at the same time, these are these are also present. So it seems like there is a contradiction.
So, the ruler man, they have said that there is no harm in intertwining the fingers after the Salah, because that is what the prophet sallallahu Sallam did. He intertwine the fingers one. After the other, he got up, went off to the side, reclined and intertwined his fingers. However, when it comes to before the Sunnah, or during the Sunnah, then it's not allowed, it is disliked, rather, why? because of a hadith that has been reported concerning this matter garban odra narrative that I heard the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam saying, if one of you makes widow, then goes to the masjid for Salah. Then let him not clasp his hands together, even let him not intertwine his fingers, why
because he is in the center. And this Hadees has been reported by Buddha Buddha Timothy and some other nations as well. And other narration if one of you makes will do in his house, then comes to the masjid he is in Salah until he returns therefore do not do like this meaning do not clasp your hands together intertwining your fingers. So, from this that we're gonna have said that
if a person goes to the masjid to perform Salah is in the masjid, and he's waiting for salat, and he should not sit back and intertwine his fingers. Why? Because when you will intertwine your fingers, then what does that show that you are very relaxed or, you know, careless and when you will intertwine your fingers and what's the next step? People start playing with their fingers and their knuckles and they start cracking them, right. So, like it shows that a person is kind of heedless. And when you're waiting for that you should not be like, you should be attentive because you are in the state of sauna.
So, in the masjid while waiting for the Salah, it is disliked. Again remember, it's not Haram, it's just dislike during the Salah again it is disliked it is more cruel, after Sunnah. And outside of the masjid. It is permissible, it is mobile.
So, what's the main lesson from all of these?
that any gesture, any action, as long as it's maruf it's permissible. But if it shows heedlessness, if it shows carelessness than it should be avoided, whether it's in the manner that you put your hands together in the manner that you're sitting or you're lying down. You know you have to be considered of where you are what you're about to do.
Make sure that your body language is appropriate.
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he would exert a lot of effort he would look out for you have to holla from the hiring basically gives three meanings yesterday that he would try the opposite. He would aim for yesterday that he would choose it gives a combination of all these meanings yet the head? Yeah. So yeah.
That he would look out for and he would choose those very places, American places minute per year, from the way for you certainly fee her and he would pray there.
Why would he look for those specific places and stop there and praise Allah and only there and not five feet away from that? Why? Well, you had the zoo and he would narrate and other who that his father who was his father, after loving his father, can you suddenly feel he would perform Salah in those places? Why? Because we're under hula and nebia sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He didn't care because he saw the profits or the loss and performance in those places where he doesn't interfere on any of Nero moto. And then who can you suddenly feed tickle and kill. And Nazir also narrated to me from a remote that he used to pray in those places, was the ultra Solomon and I asked him the
narrative bracing for that are the moves. So I do not know in the exact word for connection. He he conformed with my fear. Phil Ankeny, in the places called Leah all of them in that except Anoma that both of them Estella for the different female student concerning one mustard, which was where Be sure to follow her at the hill of meaning both naffaa and Salim both of them, they agreed upon all of these places where the prophets of Allah Selim stopped and prayed, except for one place, which was at the hill of Omaha, about that the different what's the point of this had this this Hadees basically shows to us that how even Ramana Buddha or knew, he followed the prophets all the sudden,
so much, that he also did his at bar in performing Salah at the same place, that he preferred to pray exactly where the prophets Allah is and improved Sunnah. So much so that he had memorized the places he knew about the exact spot. And in the following directions, you will be amazed at how those specific locations are described under that tree, by that riverbed close to this place, because at that time, obviously we know streets like streets and sense that no names and they would remember those places by landmarks, natural landmarks, and he had remembered all those places, and his students nephew, and his son Salim both of them, they saw this, so much of the time, his son
also developed that habit that whenever he would be traveling outside of Medina, and he happened to pass by a place where the profits are greater, he would make an effort to pray over there to
the thing is that when a person performs Salah somewhere, then yes, that place will be, you know, a witness for him in Sharla on the Day of Judgment. However, remember that it's not necessary because the prophets of Allah sent did not instruct the companions that you should pray exactly where I'm praying, it's not necessary to do that. We are supposed to follow him in many ways. However, in this way, it's not necessary. But even tomorrow, I know he used to love to follow the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in every single way. So much so that even the sandals that he wore, were like the sandals at the profits of others and he's doing Why? Because he left the profit center.
And imagine if he was traveling, and you pass by a spot and he remembered the profitable, awesome stuff and prayed there. He would go and pray there. This was out of love for Him not because that place became extremely holy or something like that. No, that place is still normal. However, in his love for the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he did that
That it happens many times that people follow others, in certain ways unintentionally,
without even thinking deliberately, and other people would if they see you doing something, and they might find it very strange that you like, but this is how my mom always did it. This is how my dad always done. So this is how I do it. It happens naturally, and someone whom you love, someone whom you look up to, you start following them in ways that you know that they're not telling you to follow you in, but you start following them, like just out of love and respect for them.
Now in the following are hobbies, or one long hobbies that you may have, depending on the version that you have the precise locations, and times when the prophet SAW a lot of them and prayed in certain places are described. If I translate every word, it's going to take very long, and it's going to get very complicated. Why? Because places are described, which we are very unfamiliar with. landmarks are described, which we have probably never seen, we cannot imagine. So it will be very difficult for us to understand this exactly as is. This is why what I'm going to do in Sharla, is I'm going to read a chunk of the Arabic and then read the translation, just so that we are not
deprived of this knowledge completely, we still have familiarize ourselves with that. And also I'm not going to go into too much detail. Because these places are now changed. That tree that was there is no longer there, that riverbed pet was there is no longer there. And since it doesn't have anything to do with our actions directly, this is why we're not going to spend too much time on it. However, we're still going to read it dislike, it still coated it to learn a very, very important lesson, which is about the power of the prophets of violence and of the companions did that what length they went into, just to follow the brackets or the lines and then how much they loved him
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mascot for the people of Medina place that is at a very short distance from Medina and the people in Medina and agreeing formula for Hajj, the stop over there in order to put on there.
So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to stop and sort of halifa when he performed or hedge under an acacia tree at the spot where the mosque is in halifa meaning now the mosque is there. However at that time, under that acacia tree the prophets of Allah sitting needs to stop and when he returned from an expedition or was coming from Hajj or Umrah and was on that same road, he came down along the riverbed and emerged from it and would make his Campbell kneel at the dip, which is on the eastern side of the riverbed. He stayed there until morning, not at the mosque which is by the rocks nor on the hill with the mosque on it mean now you see all these mosques. At that time there was no
mosque. There was a water channel there were of the luvfree with sand heaps in it. The Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to create the where that riverbed meaning where the flood would pass by and then eventually when the water would dry, that place that was smooth and that's where he used to pray and Abdullah. He would also pray the the flood water drove the pebbles down until the place where Abdullah used to pray was buried. So now that places gone, but we see that our doula, even remotely though I don't because of his love for the profit sort of loss and he prayed there and Allah Subhana Allah gave him the chance to do that. But soon after him That place was lost
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Yoku sama Anya Monica Hina de como film STD to suddenly with adequate mosquito and a half of the production unit were under their Hebrew in America. Bina who have been invested in a query, or Omnia to be hedger in owner, Buddha Alec. Abdullah related that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prayed at the site of the small mosque which is below the mosque at the hill at Aloha, Abdullah knew the place where the profits of artists and them had prayed. He said it is on your right when you are standing in prayer in the mosque because now there's a mosque. So if you're standing in prayer in the mosque, that place where the prophets are allowed is in prayer. Where's that? On your right,
that mosque is on the right hand side of the road when you are going to Makkah, a stone's throw or there abouts from the largest mosque
so meaning it's just a small distance away from the mosque which is now
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aroma used to pray towards the small mountain which is at the end of that mountain and at the side of the road near the mosque between it and Ullman Salah when you are going to Makkah and a mosque was built there. Eventually, Abdullah did not pray in that mosque. He left it to his left and behind him. And he prayed in front of it toward the mountain itself. Why?
Because that's where the profits are. So even though there was a place that was built now, for the convenience of people, there may be a ceiling over there, the floor may be smooth and he didn't bother to pray inside there. No, he prayed exactly where the profits are a lot of seventh grade
are the lucky came back from a little hut and did not pray a little until he came to that place where he prayed. And if he was coming from Mecca, and passed by it an hour before so or at the end of the night. He stopped until he could pray the morning prayer. Meaning if you happen to pass by such a place a little early, a little before fudger time what would he do? He would stop there, wait until the time of Salah would enter and then perform salah and then leave. It seems like he traveled with the prophets. And he saw where the prophets of Allah said great and especially because this is the route between Medina and Mecca. Right and the prophets Allah Mollison, one for Hajj, had to deal
with that. And at that time of the London Rama followed him, right so much so that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam went into the Carver. He also followed that was perhaps later but Alo Arnhem Abdullah bin Ahmad he followed the Prophet sallallahu Sallam at that journey. So you knew exactly where the profits of a lot of them stopped and prayed and you paid so much attention to it.
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the top of it is now broken and inclines inward. It stands on a flat place where there are many sand dunes. So the exact location today memorize the Prophet sallallahu sallam. He was traveling with some people and yes, they would have prayed together in congregation so that reinforced the moment that yes, this is the exact place where they break the law of neuroma data whoa and then ABS Allahu alayhi wa sallam Salafi Tora fin de la 10 min. Voila, LG will enter the haven in a hug button in the delicate mosquito borne out Allah. Allah.
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And this teaches is a lesson that sometimes we're going somewhere and we know that we will have to perform a certain song right because the time will come shortly very soon. So, if you know that there is a must sit close by then for example, you have to go to a store for instance, one is closer to a Masjid, and one is not so which one should you choose to go to the one that is closer to muster or closer to a place where you can pray? Because it shows the importance that is to be given to Allah will interrupt the law him neuromotor had another Salalah he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam nonetheless in the cellar hatin on your side of therapy up, FEMA seelen Duna hatia their legal mercy
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the way a B to head there used to be Have you seen the Supra Hina Yakubu Makita masala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a daddy Karla Acoma tema de Botton laser fitness to the Lady boonie Tama what I can ask for them in vladika are committed to haleiwa Abdullah bin are more related to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to rest at Lucca, and spent the night there until morning when he would pray when he was going to Makkah, so he rested there, he would pray fudger and then he would go to the place where the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam prayed was a great mound, which is not inside the mosque which was built there, but is lower down. So how the people besides Abdullah
bin Omar even they had an idea about where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam stopped and prayed. But of the loving remote, he knew the exact location. So even though the people built the masjid around that area, he differed with them he said no place where the profits or losses and prayer is different. It's lower down. Well under the law, he had an innovation Allahu alayhi wa sallam is the Kabbalah. For birthday in Jubilee Lady baina who obeyed algebra really natural Kaaba, for German must be the Lady bonia semisolid must be thought of in a committee. When Will salana be sought Allahu alayhi wa sallam as well. I mean, who is a committee so that that means a committee or shall
attend a group in Omaha, similar to suddenly Mr. McQuillan for botany min algebra lady vena cava vena cava, Abdullah related to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam face the two gaps in the mountain between him and the tall mountain towards the Kaaba. He put the mosque that was built to the left of the mosque at the end of the mount. The place where the prophets are a lot of seven prayer was lower than it on the black mount located 10 cubits are there abouts from the other mountain, he prayed. They're facing the two gaps in the mountain between him and the Kaaba. Amazing. We can hardly imagine what is described over here because first of all the places are unfamiliar than the
descriptions that are given even we're not used to such descriptions. But it just shows the eagerness of the companions and the attention that they do. The actions of the prophets
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On this, the massage that we eventually built on these places, and the exact locations where the Prophet sallallahu wasallam prayed. And this teaches us an important lesson that when you're traveling,
don't just pray, you know, at a place that is designated for Salah, for example, you know, you stop at a city, you go to that Masjid and you pray, they're not just there, but also on the way, right, if you can stop your car onto the site, and pray, you know, it will really be good memories in your mind and challenge every time you pass by that place, you will remember, and whereas children, we had to travel a lot, because we had relatives all over, so we had to travel back and forth quite frequently. And every time there was time to pray Salah, we would always stop, sometimes via waterwell, sometimes on the side of the road, or something of that sort. And I still remember those
places. You know, that is where we stopped and prayed. That is where we stop and bring dishonor. And in this, we also prayed like many different massages, as well. So whether it's a Masjid, or not a Masjid, whatever is possible, praise Allah, that sometimes, certain places are designated for prayer and they may be very far from where you are, you really have to take a, you know, a different route in order to go there and you would lose a lot of time. So save yourself time, and pray wherever you are, because the entire Earth is a Masjid. And you'll be amazed to know when you think about it, then yes, we prayed right by the water. We prayed under a tree we prayed on the grass.
We prayed on the road, we prayed here we prayed. They're making all these places in Sharla, a witness for you on day.
One is that you pray on a prayer mat, on a carpet, whether it's in your house or in a Masjid. And the other is that you pray on the grass on the mud, it brings you a different feeling. One is that you breathe inside indoors and the other is that you breathe outside.
It brings about a completely different feeling. So experience that feeling as well.
I remember once we were in northern Pakistan, and it's a very mountainous area, and we happen to be by a river. And there were huge, huge rocks in the middle of that river. And we saw a man praying on one of the rocks and was as if he went in the middle of the river got on top of a rock and paid for everything. And it was just watching him that rock inshallah will be a witness for him on the Day of Judgment. Feeding is completely different. When you're praying in the rain when you're praying in the sun. When you're praying in the shade, it's a completely different feeling. And when you focus is the solid then you forget about the cold and the weather and the sun
that we discusses earlier as well that it is a means of power to other people. Sometimes we don't have the confidence to talk to them or if we do talk to them, how much can we say to them, but if we're praying and they watch you praying, then then they see what this religion is about.
Right? So never hesitate in performing Salah when the time comes in wherever you are if you are able to go to the masjid and if you're not able to pray wherever you are, doesn't matter where you are inside, outside in front of people at school at work wherever try to find the most privately.
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