Taimiyyah Zubair – Bukhari 105 The Group Prayer Hadith 660 664

Taimiyyah Zubair
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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu How are y'all doing today?

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Kareem I'm about feroza Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim.

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Today inshallah we will study a very, very important had these about the Day of Judgment had this number 663 had the center Mohammed Abu Bashar Kala had the scenario here and obey the law, Karla heterogenic obey Wagner Abdul Rahman and have some near Aslam in Abuja, a lotta Rn in Abuja sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a call the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, sabaratnam there are seven people you lilu whom Allah who, Allah who will provide them shade, feelingly in his shade. When yoma on the day when leveler there is no shade, a lovely look, except for his shade. So seven people, Allah subhanaw taala will give them his shade, the day when they will be no shade except for

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the shade of Allah. Who are those seven people? First of all, he man with the Imam the leader who is Adil meaning who is just and fair. Secondly, we're Shaban and a youth Nasha who has developed meaning who has grown up fear about that it will be in the worship of his Lord, meaning a young person who has been worshipping Allah, soprano darna from a very, very young age. So basically, his youth has been spent in the worship of Allah. What did you learn Thirdly, and a man I blew his heart more I love when connected, joined Phil masajid in the masjid, meaning His heart is constantly connected with the mustard it's attached to the mustard. Then what are Delaney and two men the hub?

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Who both love one another, Fiddler he for the sake of Allah soprano Tada. So HTML they both join meaning they both meet one another, I lay upon it meaning for this love what the Father car and they both separate our lady upon it meaning because of that love, so they love one another for who sake, Allah sake. So if they meet, they meet for the sake of Allah. And if they depart, they depart for the sake of Allah. Then what are you known as a man but who she seeks him? meaning she asks him in rotten a woman, that woman said, One who is of noble lineage. So a noble woman from a great family, very prestigious family. So basically someone who is from the elite of the society, she invites him,

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and she's also watermelon and she also has beauty. So a beautiful and noble woman. She called him to her arm, but for Carla but he says in a half en la Indeed, I fear Allah. And then we're Roger Lewin and Amanda Sadako, who gives her the affair secretly had her until laughter allama does not know she Malou his left metaphysical what it has spent he Amina, who is right, his left hand does not know what his right hand has given. And then what did you learn and Amanda Corolla who remembers Allah hollien while alone for Fallbrook, Arina, who saw his eyes are filled up meaning with tears. So in this Hadees, we learn about seven types of people. The question, is it seven individuals or seven

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kinds of people? Is it the characteristic or the person? It's the characteristic? It's the kinds of people so in this Hadees basically the seven types of people are mentioned. So basically seven characteristics, even if one of them is found in an individual. All right, then Allah subhanaw taala will honor him with his shade on the Day of Judgment. Now, the question is, what is this shade? Why is it important to have this shade on the day of judgment? On the day of judgment, you know, that the day of judgment will start by the blowing of the trumpet. Some scholars said the trumpet will blow two times and other said it will blow three times. The first time that it will blow it will

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cause great fear and panic. And this is when the the destruction of the heavens and the earth will begin basically, that the earth the mountains will will finish they will disperse the rivers the water is set on fire. Right in the Quran. We learn about the different events that will take place, causing the entire earth to be destroyed completely.

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causing the entire earth to be flattened completely. So the first time the trumpet is blown, the second time it is blown, and the third time that the Trumpet will be blown, then what will happen, all the creation that is dead, and basically the entire creation will be dead, we'll come back to life it will be resurrected. So, basically resurrection will take place immediately after resurrection, what is going to happen as people come out of their graves, middle edge dafi from their graves, they will rush to the sound from where the call is coming. And what is that place the place of worship, the place of gathering and the place of passion, where the entire creation will be

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gathered together for them nobody man whom I had not even one will be left behind. What will happen, people will be in a very difficult situation Why? Because first of all, the sun will be brought very, very near. In a Hades we learned the distance will only be of one meal. Only one meal. Now what is that meal? Is it the mile of the earth that we know of? Allahu Allah. But we see that the distance between the place of hustle and the sun is going to be very little. And as a result, people will be sweating profusely. Some people will sweat so much that their sweat will be coming up to their mouths. Others will be drowning in their sweat and others will be less. Why is it that some

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people will be less or more in their sweat, because of their deeds, because of their deeds? So some people Allah subhanaw taala will save them from the intense heat of the day of judgment, how that he will provide them shade on the day when there will be no shade except his shade. Now what does it mean by his shade, meaning the shade that Allah will give to a servant on that day, the shade that Allah will give to a servant on that day, and that will be through various forms. So for instance, in Hades, we learned that a person will be under the shade of his sadaqa. Because you know that when the earth is flat and completely, there is no mountain there is no tree, there is no building,

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people will not even have any clothes, no umbrella, nothing to hide under, nothing to take shelter from. So who is it that will be sheltered from the sun on that day from the heat of that day? Those who Allah will give shade? All right? And how will Allah subhanaw taala give shade to people through various ways, some will be given shade under his throne, others will be given shade under their good deeds. So for instance, every person will be under the shade of his charity, about little bacala and sort of earlier in one, what do we learn that they will come on the day of judgment in the form of two clouds? Right? Giving shade to those people who memorize them? who read them who implemented

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them? Right. And there are many other Hadees also, from which we learn about the different actions that will be a source of shade and protection for a person on the day of judgment in this Hadees? What do we learn about seven types of people? So it isn't necessary that we know about it.

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Because if a person doesn't have shade on that day, then what will he do? How can he be saved?

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So first of all,

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who is it that it will be provided? shade? Imam

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and Imam that is are they a leader? Who is just adjust? Mmm. Now the question is who is an Imam? Before that actually, what is are the who is are the the one who does the one who does either. What is one of the most difficult things for people to do? Either, it is very, very difficult, very difficult. Because when you have two or more people under your care, even if it's two children than other becomes very difficult. Very difficult, it's very easy to miss it, it's very easy to swerve away from it. So it's something very, very difficult. And the greater authority a person has, the more difficult it becomes. Because then you have the authority to do whatever you want. But at the

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same time you're required to be just so on the one hand, you have the ability to be unjust. And on the other hand, you're required to be unjust. So it's a it's a big struggle. It's very challenging, it's very difficult. So the one who is just unfair, Allah will give him shade. Now the question is who is Imam? One is Amir and others mm hmm is basically the one who is the Sultan. Earlier he told me meaning the one who has the highest authority amongst his people. amongst his people, he has the highest authority. All right, meaning he

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is the highest in power the greatest in power amongst his people, you see an amine can be appointed by someone, you are in charge of such and such people. All right. And Amit is answerable, isn't he? The amidah is answerable to who? To the one who appointed him. But the Imam Who is he answerable to? Only Allah soprano. Right? Because there is no other human being that is above him.

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Don't compare this with today's system of governance because these days with democracy, I mean, it's a whole different situation, all right. But in many situations that happens at a person. He's not answerable to anyone with regards to what he's doing, or with regards to the people that he is dealing with. So for example, Father, in a family, he can beat his children, he can abuse them, he can be rude to his wife, who is he answerable to?

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Who is he answerable to? People say, doesn't he have his father? Can his father not advise him? Let's say his father is dead already? Isn't there anyone whom he is afraid of? It's possible he's not. And we see that many people when they are in this position, they commit a lot of injustice. They're very abusive, because who's going to ask them? Who's going to question them? Nobody? Nobody can question. Right? So the person who has this much power, this much authority, you can do anything you want. And he's not answerable to anyone, no one is going to hold him accountable.

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But still, if he is fair, and just then Allah will give him shade on the Day of Judgment, because he can only be fair and just out of whose fear out of this fear of a loss of

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other people in authority, they'll be fair, why because they're answerable.

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Their mother is going to ask them, their father is going to ask them they're in charge is going to ask them their husband is going to question them. But many times it happens that we are free.

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So there is no one to ask us. No one to question us.

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Husband can be unfair towards the wife, the wife can be unfair towards the husband. Right? Sometimes it's the rest of the family that holds the husband and wife accountable. But other times that family is not there, their family that dynamic is not present. So in that situation where a person is just unfair out of the fear of Allah, that is from Islam, that is from sincerity, that is from the fear of Allah. So such a person will be granted shade on the Day of Judgment. Secondly, the one who has a youth who grows up worshiping Allah soprano, Darla Nasha, notice the word nature, in share is what to do to cause something to grow and develop, like, for example, a plant, how is it at the

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beginning, so small just to shoot, and then it grows taller and bigger and stronger, and then it has leaves? And it goes stronger and bigger? It has flowers grow stronger and bigger until it's a tree a strong tree? Right? So this is in chat. Now the youth who has grown up in the worship of Allah.

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What does this mean? That from the time of childhood, he is busy in the worship of Allah soprano.

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What happens is that children, what is it that we say about them, they need to play. And because of that play, we think they don't need to memorize the Quran, they can do it later. They don't need to go to the masjid. They can go later. Right? We keep deferring it, we keep delaying it until later comes. But what happens is that whatever a person does in their early years, that is what they are inclined towards, as they grew up. Isn't that so? That is what they inclined towards when the group that is what becomes easier for them. So a person who worships Allah in their youth imagine

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it will be easier for them to worship Allah when they are older, and even easier when they are, you know, in their old age. Why is it that people struggle when it comes to reciting the Quran on a daily basis, or when it comes to praying Salah regularly on time? Why? Because they haven't done that when they were young. They did not do it when they were young. Even the recitation of the Quran. If they did when they were young, when they're older, it's much easier.

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Isn't that so? So the one who grows up in the worship of Allah. Now whose responsibility is this? It's the parents. It's the people who are around the child. That Yes, children learn through play. But what are they learning through play? Is adjust the colors and is adjust the numbers and it is adjust songs, or is it something that will help them become better worshipers?

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Have Allah subhanaw taala as a gold,

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right? Because there are many things that children will learn with age, whether you teach them in a classroom or not. That even when it comes to the matter of hijab, for instance, if a girl is not used to wearing it when she was younger, then how can she wear it when she's older? Right, because then that remember, whatever a child does, child does, that is what he's inclined towards when he grows up. Right. So if the clothing is inappropriate, too short, then what will happen as a child grows up, it'll be difficult for them to change their clothing. So this is why it is necessary. That whatever we feel is important for, for older people, we also train our children to do the same

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thing. The same thing, whether it is with regards to clothing, or it is with regards to, you know, listening to something or not listening to something. So, for example, we don't listen to music ourselves. When we put Barney on for children, and they're dancing and singing, and listening to music for half an hour, for 45 minutes. How is it possible that when this child grows up, he will not want to listen to music,

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it's going to be very difficult for them. So we make the life of our children more difficult. Recently, I met this girl who had her baby, and somebody was making her listen to some songs on YouTube innocent songs, right, but with a lot of music, a lot of music, and it was bothering me. And I thought the sport child is just staring at the screen, constantly listening to music. I said, Please don't make your pure child listen to music. Allah has created children and Filppula, they are pure, they're clean, and we corrupt them.

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If they're listening to this much now what will happen when they were older.

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So this is why it's very important that from a young age, this training begins. And you will see that when when the children are given the strain from a young age as they grow older, they will be after you. And hamdulillah with my son, I was very particular, that nothing with music, nothing at all. So even if you know there is a video or anything, the volume has to be low. Now Alhamdulillah he controlled it himself. If there's anything says music, turn it off, you know, reduce the volume. And when we're out somewhere, then it's very difficult because we go out somewhere and there's music, he says, Mama, there's music here, we need to get out of here. So 111 is a blessing. But it

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was a lot of effort. Because it's very easy to put a video on for one hour, and leave the children in front of the TV. While you can cook easily. Right. But then if you want to do what is what is different, then you have to sit with the child. Right instead of making him listen to books through Sesame Street or something. You read the book directly to the child. It's difficult, you have to sacrifice but it will pay off many things house chores are important but when it comes to the therapy of the child, what he deserves from you at a young age, that is far more important and the impact that it will have on his life as he grows older, that is very important. So the youth who

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grows up in the worship of Allah subhanaw taala

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I remember, we went somewhere once and there was a lady she told us that my son, when he was three years old, he started praying Salah with us and since then he has been praying since he was three years old, I was amazed. But this is when the child will see the father praying the mother praying the grandmother praying, then what will happen little children also they will start imitating

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they will start giving the other then they will start reciting sort of Fatiha. Also, what we learned from this is that the obedience of the worship of the youth meaning when a youth when a young person worships unless apostles are to obey is Allah soprano, tada, that is better than the worship and obedience of an older person. Why? Because for us, it is more difficult for a young person it is more difficult.

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Why? Because there's so many distractions, so many temptations. Right. And for an older person, you know, he has this realization that I'm not going to live long. Maximum I live is maybe 10 years, maybe 15, maybe five, right? As a person, you know, grows older. He has this realization that I'm not here for very long, but a young person, he has a whole life ahead of him, or that's what he's told. So there is more temptation for him. So if he cuts out on that and spends his time in the worship of Allah, that Allah soprano Medina appreciates that a lot and Allah will bless him with the shade special shade on the Day of Judgment.

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Then third is the one whose heart is attached to the masjid more I luck. And this is the reason why mumble hottie has mentioned this right is the person whose heart is attached to the masjid. Now what does it mean by this? The one who performs a prayer in the masjid and then

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He is looking forward to the next prayer. He's looking forward to the next prayer. He went to the masjid prayed Salah, came back but his heart is still were

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still connected to the masjid. Right. So the most of this constantly pulling him back. His heart is connected to it. And why is it that he wants to go to the masjid? Why is his heart connected to the masjid? Obviously, for the purpose of prayer, for the purpose of doing what the massages are built for the crew, la pila talim right, all of these things.

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And some are Aloma, they said that this doesn't just refer to the person who goes to the masjid.

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Okay, because Masjid is what a place of such the place of prayer, right? So any place of worship, any place of worship, whether it is a person's local Masjid, or it is, you know, a place where people get together to perform senedd like, for example, a masala All right. And even they said that if there is a person who's not able to go to the masjid All right, but he performed Salah at home, because of some genuine like, for example, a man is sick, right? He's not able to go to the masjid. But his heart is connected to prayer, meaning after one prayer, he's waiting for the next one. He's looking forward to the next one. Then such a person is also included in this. This is not just for

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the one who goes to the masjid for every prayer but for the one who was whose heart is connected to prayer itself.

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Yes, that's what is the priority right? constantly on the back of the mind what is important for Salah Salah. So, more luck will masajid meaning not just the masjid the prayer itself and this is why there are the mindset that even a woman is included in this. The one who doesn't go to the masjid but the one who prays at home because she's not required to go to the masjid but after each prayer she's concerned about the next one

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but unfortunately many times what happens that people take that as a burden Okay, there's only two hours left so I better do this because then said I will come right or that now it is time for dishonor. So I can't do this. I can't go here I can't do that. And so I've taken as a burden.

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Salah is taken as a burden. So let's start thinking about Salah differently. Look forward to the prayer because it's a meeting with the last panel Darla a chance to have our sins erased. Because remember that every day the children of Adam, they light fire for themselves. Right How with their sins and when the time of prayer enters than a caller calls that all children of Adam get up and extinguish the fire that you have kindled for yourselves. So when they perform will do their sins are washed off and when they perform the Salah, then the fire is extinguished. Then again this happens for every prayer this happens until some people they go to bed clean, and others they go to

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bed while they're covered in sin in the grave also what is it that will shield a person from the punishment of the grave is Salah, because of the punishment will approach in the sada will become a barrier and the Salah will say you cannot go past me. You cannot go past me to say that I will become a barrier.

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On the Day of Judgment also one of the first questions will be about swana. So the person whose heart is attached to select to the place of Salah, then Allah will give him shade, on the day of judgment, especially shade on the Day of Judgment.

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And then there is another degree which is that the one whose heart is more I look below

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not just with Salah or with the masjid, but connected with Allah subhanaw taala. So he's always thinking about who? Allah Subhana Allah Dena is kurunegala pm and worku then we're allowed you know to him all the time remembering Allah, praising Allah being grateful to Allah soprano. On the day of judgment, we learned that some people will be given a lot of honor. And who are they hammered on? Those who do a lot of hung

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at the place of hash of hammer Dune comes in Hades. So those who

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remember Allah, heart is constantly going back to Allah muneeb

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right muneeb then, fourthly, the two who love one another. Why, for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala for the sake of Allah Deen there is no other connection between them. What is it that causes people to love one another?

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Generally, what is the cause? What is the factor? Okay, so for example, there's a relationship. So for instance, sisters

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Loves a sister. Why? Because they have this blood relationship between them. They're connected. They grew up together, they spent a lot of time together, they have similar habits, similar interests. So as a result, naturally there is love between them. All right, what is another reason for love? Okay, benefits. Right? friendship. Also, if you think about it, there is there's always some reason behind it. Why is it that a person becomes friends with one individual and not the other?

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Because you enjoy the company, you're not alone. Right? There's somebody who's calling you you're calling someone, you can share your feelings with someone they can share with you. Right? So there's some benefit. There's some you know, mutual benefit, but we see over here what is mentioned, they love one another only for whose sake for the sake of a loss upon third, they come together each time Are they they meet? Why? Because of the deen. So, for example, a person travels in order to meet someone why so that they can go shopping together? And that they can go out to eat together. And they can go to some amusement park together? No, what is the objective that this person I got to

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know them because of the through the worship of Allah subhanaw taala through the deen of Allah, I met them. And every time I meet them, I learned something beneficial, I increase in my faith. There's something good that I learned from them.

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Recently, I've traveled to meet someone. And every time I spend time with them, there's something something new that I learned from them every time and I always look forward to meeting them. And this time, the one thing that I saw in them was that they never get stressed out no matter what happens. They don't stress out. Such a hectic schedule we had but not even once did I see this person frowning?

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Or panicking or worrying every time laugh, smile, you know, kind words.

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So every time you know there's a chance to meet her, I'm always looking forward to excitement. Right? So anyway, when a person meets someone, for the sake of Allah and loves them for the sake of Allah, then what happens is that meeting will also increase them in their love for Allah, it will increase them in obedience to Allah. So

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what happens is that many times people meet through the because of worshiping Allah subhanaw taala. They meet one another. And then what happens? Who do they forget? Allah Subhana

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they will go to a Masjid and ask the man Do you know any religious girl? Do you know any religious boy? We're looking for spouse. So what happens?

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Marriage happens. And then who doesn't come to the masjid anymore? The same people, people who are very actively involved in the machine now, they're nowhere to be found. What is mentioned over here, each demo, they both come together on a journey to have Buffett lay each day, Mr. Lahey, what a follow Carly.

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Meaning the whole time they are in obedience to almost Panther, they don't forget a lot. And if they have to go their own ways, meaning they have to separate so for example, one travel to meet the other and now he has to go back home. Why is he going back home? Again, because have to obey Allah have to go back home, to be, you know, to serve my family or to serve my parents to fulfill my duties. Because what happens is that sometimes when we are with our friends, we just want to be with them. We say oh, they're talking about such good things. I don't want to go back and do my work. I don't have time to do my lesson. I don't have time to prepare for my test. I don't have time to

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prepare for my class tomorrow.

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The love friendship that is because of a loss of penalty because of his Deen. It doesn't end in this world. It continues to the hereafter. Because in the Quran, we learn about the person who will be Omar Abdullah Halima, I know you, they he, he will bite at his hands. Why? Because why did I not follow the prophet and this friend of mine, he led me astray. I did literally bother it journey.

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Many times people come together for the sake of Allah. But then they forget Allah, they forget their responsibilities. They forget their prayer. They forget the Quran. Right? And the label is friendship for the sake of Allah. But what is being neglected? Allah, Allah his rights are being neglected. Right. So those who meet for the sake of Allah, remain like that, until they separate.

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Then fifth is the person who is invited by who the woman who is not a prostitute.

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She's not an ordinary woman who can be enjoyed or used by anyone. No. This is a woman who is normal, from a from an honorable family. And at the same time, she's also beautiful.

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You might not understand this, we might not understand this because we're not men. Right, but for a man to be in the situation, that he is being invited by a woman. And not just any woman, but a woman who is beautiful, and from a noble family, how difficult it would be for him to refuse her. First he has to fight against his, you know, the temptation, his desire? And secondly, how difficult it would be for him to refuse her. Because it's, you know, when somebody ordinary asks you to do something, you can just say no, and you can ignore them. But if someone who is rich and wealthy, and someone who's impressed you, I mean, if you say no, to them, it's very difficult, it's embarrassing. You

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fear that, you know, they might harm you in the future, use of our listener, right? So how is it that a person can refuse only if he has the fear of Allah? Only if he has the fear of Allah, then sixth, the person who spends from his right hand, saw secretly that his left hand even does not know what the right hand give?

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What does it mean by this? What is meant is cool, what is that how very, very secretly a person gave, that nobody found out? Typically, what happens is that when we intend to give to the person where we consult our family members, so for example, you receive an email or something, so you show it to your husband? Do you think it's a good idea, but that's because you want to encourage them also. But then sometimes what happens is that we shared with our friend with our spouse, and then we think we've done the job.

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Right, we think we've done it, and we don't actually get to doing it.

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We think just by sharing, we have fulfilled our responsibility. But the thing is, that sometimes also gives other cause secretly that no one knows about it, except a loss of hunger, and obviously, His angels. But other than that, no, I mean, obviously, no human being is aware of this other call that you gave, you don't have to announce this quietly, go and put the food in the food bank. And, you know, if you think about what's mentioned over here, that the left hand does not know when you're handling money.

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Right? Or you're handling things, you're counting them, you're putting them you use both hands.

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Instead, you use both hands, typically. But this is like you gave it so swiftly.

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So secretly, so quietly, so spontaneously, that your left hand had no sharing it just quietly took it out of the pocket and in we start counting, that is also okay sometimes, all right. But this should also be given attention. And seventh, the person who remembers Allah hollien Hylian, meaning when he is alone, there is no one over there.

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What happens is that we remember Allah subhanaw taala. When somebody reminds us,

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so for example, we're sitting in a classroom, or you know, in a headlock, and somebody is talking about it or something. And then that reminds us of a loss of personal data, his power, his generosity, his reward, and that makes us cry. But there are so many people over there.

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Or, for example, we're standing in prayer, and the Imam is reciting the Quran. And because of that, we cry, good.

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But what is mentioned over here is different. And what is that when a person is absolutely alone?

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There is no one around him, no one is talking to him about Allah Subhana Allah, he is alone. He remembers Allah himself alone, and because of that, he cries, so Holly and Mina Nast means Holly and Phil McCann, alone in place, there is no person over there with him. Now from other hobbies, we learn about

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a person, another type of person who will be given shade, by Allah on the day of judgment and Who is he, the one who gives rest fight to the debtor, or forgives the loan completely. In a hadith which is in Musa the hermit. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Whoever loves that Allah should provide him with his shade should give rest by to the one in difficulty. Who is the one in difficulty, the one who's taken a loan from you was borrowed something from you, but he's struggling, and he's not able to return it to you immediately. So the one who gives rescue

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To him, he says, okay, you don't have to return it to me now. Give it next month. Okay, next year, he keeps, you know, deferring that for him to make things easier for him.

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Or he should remove the burden from him completely, meaning you should forgive him for the loan completely not demanded from him anymore. So this person will be given the shade of Allah, on the day of judgment. And other studies, we learned that each Muslim each believer will be in Namibia stellaluna may know yo malkia Mati feel Willie for the party, that the believer will take the shade of what of his sadaqa on the Day of Judgment. So these seven characteristics that are mentioned over here, remember, they're not limited to seven, there are more. Now for Among these, what is it that we can do? What is it that's possible for us? Okay, we're not

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alright. Okay. Youth is also gone for many people.

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called Moloch.

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We can try to do that. And then loving for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. And then

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spending how secretly and then remembering Allah when alone, who is it that we remember when we're alone?

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Those whom we like, right, those whom we're missing those whom we love. So if a person loves Allah, then he will remember him when he's alone. When we are alone, we remember our problems, our pains and our sufferings, right and we feel pity for ourselves that I'm alone, there's no one with me, no one who understands me.

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But at that time, if we remember a law and this happens in Ramadan, also when a person goes for Allah for Hajj, or in the month of Ramadan, also, what happens is that after every prayer, a person is looking forward to the next one, that's how the whole day is spent.

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The thing is that if she's not answerable to anyone, at all in any capacity caloocan world colocar in local local Miss Odin and Maria de when a woman is in charge of her house, she's answerable to her husband.

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Very true. If you think about all of these seven characteristics, they result from these actions result from the fear of Allah, basically from a class.

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Right, what's your right hand does your left hand should not know? Even the people who are sitting next to you? They don't need to know. And these days Alhamdulillah it's so easy to give sadaqa secretly quietly, I mean, you could give it online and nobody will know.

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Nobody will know there's so many ways of doing it.

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Had this inequity widow call center is Marina from Joplin and her maiden call so Ella Anderson, Helen Takata, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Mahatma

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and so deliver on who was asked did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam wear a ring for Katana? So he said yes, he used to wearing a Honda later. Then he said that one night the Prophet sallallahu Sallam delayed solitary Shaggy, there a short prayer. He allegedly laid until half the night had passed. Some Aqua Elena big, then he came to us and be YG BARDA masala, some Kabbalah. Then he turned his face to us. So basically, Aquila, Elena big he turned towards us with his face. All right, meaning he faced us. He looked at us. So after the Salah, he turned back and looked at us for collar and he said, sullenness worker do, the people prayed and they went to sleep while I'm desilu. And as for

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you, you remain feel selected in prayer. Men don't have to move as long as you were waiting for it.

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Allah, He said meaning and so the lower on who said fucka a nice it is as if I Unruh Illa OBC hatami It is as though I can see the glint of his ring. When he was sitting there looking at us and telling us this his ring was shining. And I remember that and it is as though I can see it. Now even now from this Hadees What do we learn the Bab basically, if you go back as Mandela as a filmer study until it'll salata will follow the Messiah to the one who waits for the prayer. So from this Hadees we learned that as long as a person is waiting for prayer, no matter how long it is, he has been rewarded for that he is as though in prayer. And in this Hadees we also learn about one more thing,

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which is that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to wear a ring. So this shows that men are allowed to wear rings. But remember that the ring of the prophets of Allah Islam was a silver, right? Because it had a white glint. It was not of gold. Why because gold is forbidden on who on demand.

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Whether that's permissible, but for the men, it is not permissible, which kind of gold is forbidden for the men, which kind of gold is forbidden for men?

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Is it just the yellow gold or all kinds of gold because when it comes to white gold, people get a little confused that it's white, it's not golden.

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But the thing is that it is it has gold in it right the color of the gold is determined by what is mixed with the gold, because gold itself is very soft, right. So, something has to be added to it in order to make it hard. So, for instance, if copper is added then that gold will have you know, red shade to it, which is called rose gold. If Silver's edited or some other you know, white shining material is added to it then it will be white, alright, and depending on the percentage also,

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but remember that any kind of gold whether it is white, yellow, Rose, blue, green, any kind of gold, if it's gold, it is not permissible for men, but when it comes to other materials, such as silver, it is permissible. Likewise titanium, platinum, stainless steel, okay, any material, it is permissible, okay? Also, we see in this hadith that the ring of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was shining,

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right. So it is okay for a person to wear nice things, even if they're shiny. Because in the night, the ring of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, you know, the glint of it was was visible.

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Imagine in the darkness, the ring, it caught someone's eye, and so the lower angle noticed it. So it shows that a person can wear shiny nice glittery things for the women obviously, simple rule that don't display that in front of non Mohamed otherwise, is it permissible to wear these things? Of course, a man as a prophet, sort of artisan we'd like to wear good things, you know, good shoes, nice, nice clothes. So what was the answer that was given a lot is Jimmy and you have been gentle, Allah is beautiful, and he loves Japan. What is Jamal the jungle meaning to beautify oneself, so it's, it's perfectly permissible. Also, one more thing that the question is, is it sooner for men to

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The Avatar of Alison wore a ring? Yes. So let's say a man, he says I want to follow the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and I want to wear a ring too. Is it enough for him? No, it is not as soon. But remember that it is mobile, it is permissible. Men are allowed to wear rings, it is not most known for them to wear rings. Because the prophets are the loudest in the war ring. But we don't see that other companions.

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They also did. Not every single one of them did. However, remember that the ring of the prophets, a lot of them served a particular purpose. And what was that? It was also a signet, right? Because he used to sign the letters, you know, with with the imprint of the ring. All right, wax was put in and he would impress on it, so that his name would show right to show that that letter was really from him. All right. So because of this reason, some scholars said that if it's, you know, like a poly a judge a ruler, right? For him, it is enough to wear me.

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Okay, if he's going to use it for the same purpose, then for him it isn't. But if he's not going to use it for the same purpose, then it's not a Sunnah for him.

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Also, remember that a man can wear a ring in any hand, right or left and any finger except for the pointer finger and the middle finger. Why? Because these women are a little lower who said that he was forbidden from wearing a ring and these two fingers the pointer finger for men primarily, right? They're not allowed to wear rings in these two fingers. But other any hand? Okay, any finger it's permissible.

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Bob Fogg Lehman holida Elon Musk GD woman raha the accidents of the one who were that Elon Musk? What is further from Hooda? right over that, what is that morning. So whether he went in the morning, woman, rah, rah is from our what is our evening? So goes in the evening. So the one who goes to the masjid in the morning, and in the evening?

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Has it ever happened with you?

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Maybe in Ramadan and happens with you, that you come to Allah in the morning in the evening, you're coming in for the rally. And you might feel like Oh, the whole day is spent here. Might as well spend the night here. I might as well move here.

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Or it may happen with men that they're going to the mustard for budget and they're going to the mustard for luchador. Also, or at least for Asia. So you're going in the morning and in the evening. It seems like it's difficult or it's a waste of time.

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Is it a waste of time? Not at all. Not at all. Had the sinner early you have no Abdullah? Allah had definitely is either new Harun kala, Verona Mohammed de matar Rif and zaidan Islam and Arthur igneous Arun and Avi hooray Lata and in a BSL Allahu Allah He will send them a call, man whether Elon Musk God, the one who goes to the masjid in the morning, what Ah ha. And also in the evening at the LA hula who Allah will prepare for him Newsela who is noozle mean agenda in Jannah con la la la de la every time he goes in the morning and in the evening. So basically every time that a person goes to the masjid morning and evening, so let's say he does that three times a week or four times a

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week. So, what has happened each time Allah subhanaw taala has his new zone prepared for him in general, what is

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hospitality that which is prepared for a guest this includes the residence and this includes everything else that is kept in the residence for the guest who is arriving.

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So if a person gets to go to the masjid morning and evening, twice a week, then he has to Nosal prepared in den if he does it thrice a week, and yes, three.

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And imagine if he does it more, there is more.

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Every time a person goes in the morning, evening, he will have Muslim prepared. And what is meant by morning? Why would a person go in the morning for fudger? Because that's the first point right? And in the evening for us of all right. So because the beginning of morning is marked by fudger prayer, and the beginning of the evening is marked by also prayer. But ultimately Think about it. Many times it happens that we we go to a Masjid. Right. Why because we are working here we're studying there. But that's not our main goal. So we avoid that area and we go elsewhere and just focus on our work and then go back. But if we're going in the morning, through the mercy to the masjid might as well

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just pray to the car over there. So we are considered as those who go to the masjid in the morning.

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Sometimes it happens, men go inside to pray and the women are sitting in the car. Yes, not obligatory on you, for sure. It's not on you. If there's something else more important, or something that is more more of your responsibility. So for example looking after the children, all right, then it's okay. But when there is nothing preventing you, nothing at all preventing you then why not be of those people who are going to the masjid morning and evening and getting that reward. In a hadith we learn that in Allahu Allah you never do Wilkie ama, Allah will call out on the Day of Judgment meaning in the plane of pressure when people are gathered. Allah will say energy Ronnie, energy

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Ronnie, where my neighbors, where are my neighbors? For the kuruma ecosa the angels will say robina way Emily Anuj Look who can be your neighbor? Who could be your neighbor or Allah for your kulu so Allah Jose aner Omar al masajid where are those people who used to populate the masjid?

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Those people who used to go to the masjid and keep the masjid alive and busy. Where are those people? Allah subhanaw taala will call out to them. There's a hadith which is authentic and he has mentioned it in a sincerity

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because remember that the reward is also determined by your desire, right that if a person looks forward to that reward, he does something for the sake of Allah with the nia.

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So if you're going to the masjid everyday anyway,

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improve your knee so that inshallah the reward is improved. Knowledge is what makes action easier, right? But either or Fima to sweat out to philosoraptor illan mokuba either okay with the Salah, when the Salah is established, meaning that your karma has been pronounced.

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So, once the karma has been said, philosopher letter, then there is no Salah in October, except that which is prescribed, meaning that which has to be performed at that time.

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Now, the wordings of this Bab are actually from a hadith which is reported in Muslim, it does not meet the high standard of Buhari. This is why one Buhari did not record that Hadees but it is authentic, that either Obama decided to follow Sonata Ll mokuba. Now what does it mean by this, that once the ikoma has been said then no prayer except for the prescriber. What this means is that when a jamara is going to be established, people are together in the masjid a karma has been pronounced.

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Then can a person start saying nephal?

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He says, it's okay. You are praying tomorrow. I'm just going to pray myself, my voluntary prayer. Can you do that? No. Can you pray his son? He says that, you know, I didn't get a chance to pray my son. Now. First, I'm going to pray right now. You guys continue with your prayer. And if I get to join you, I'll join you. Can you do that? No. Once the comma is said, then no prayer should be performed, except Which one? The mokuba? One? All right. Now, what does it mean by this philosophy letter?

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This has been interpreted in two ways. First of all, let's look at the meaning it is not allowed. So you're not allowed to pray any other prayer. Others have said last one, it means it is invalid.

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It is invalid. So a person if he insists, and he prays something else, then will it be accepted? will it bring any reward? It's not bad at last letter, it will not be counted as knuffel. Even

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Why? Because he should be praying them October right now.

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Now, this also means that once the karma has been said, then we cannot begin any prayer.

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All right, except for them October. nor can we continue with any prayer except for them October.

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Because another prayer that a person could be praying, it could be that let's say he says, you know, the Imam is coming. Your karma has been said, He's coming. And I'll just say my two novel quickly, I'll catch them in ruku. I'll join them in ruku. I'll join them in a second rocker, can he start knuffle prayers, then he cannot start them? What if he was praying from before? And the karma was pronounced?

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Then what should he do? Should he carry on? Or should he end his prayer? Because he has to join the gym. All right. So then, what should he do? Let's say he started saying his sooner. So he's saying for the car, and he is in the third Raka? For instance, in the sajida, should he end the prayer right there?

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No, he can complete the prayer quickly, he can perform the fourth Raka very lightly, very quickly, and join the Jamaat, even if he misses the, you know, half of the first recall, or somewhat, it doesn't matter. Why? Because he had the intention of joining it. And he knew that he could join it very soon.

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All right.

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But let's say he just started the prayer, he's in the first.

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Or he knows that the Imam does not recite much Quran, in the Salah. So his record is going to be very short.

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You know, some people do that, to make it easy for the people, because there's a lot of children, for instance. So he knows that the man is not going to read sort of the number he's probably going to read. So tell us, so in that situation, what should a person do? instantly? Break the prayer, break his novel, and join the drama, and the crew? So if he thinks that he can complete his prayer and join the tomorrow, well in time, then you should go ahead and do that. But if he thinks that, no, it's not gonna work, then what should you do? And the prayer? And sometimes what happens is that

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because a person is praying himself, all right, his nephal or whatever, and other people are standing to form the rules, and they're waiting for this person to finish. Right? They cannot even form the rules properly.

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Right? So if our null is affecting someone's fault than what is necessary, that either we quickly complete the null, or if we're not able to do that, then ended break. This also shows to us that once the data has been said, and you know that the time of the comma is going to be any second now, then what should you do? Start your novel? No, don't do that. Unless you have a reason to think that you'll be able to complete it before the comma, then in that case, go off to the side or go towards the back so that the rules are not affected. so badly that agreement does follow philosophy velocity, Elon mokuba. has an Arab disease, Abdullah Ibrahim wouldn't be here. I'm hepcidin yasim

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and Abdullah hippy manikin evening mahina takala mana Busan Allahu alayhi wa sallam a bajillion are ahead of any of the Roman

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sudden colorata nashoba to call. Ronnie sagami Brahim, call us Amir to have some nice even palace America Rosalyn Mina SD, you call Allahu Malik of new berhane Etta Anna Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam Roger and he saw a man walk on Okinawa Salatu and if karma had been pronounced, and this man What was he doing? You suddenly rock I think he was performing to lacar filamin sarafa Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam then

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When the Prophet sallallahu Sallam instead of a meaning he finished the prayer, what happened? Less happiness, the people surrounding him who either the Prophet sallallahu sallam, or this man whom the prophets of Allah sent him saw praying to the car when the farmer had been pronounced. So what happened? Then we'll call Allahu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to that man, are some who are barn owl. superband is the federal prayer photocard is the federal prayer photocard. Why did he say that? It was as though he was objecting that why did you pray? Do dakara when the karma had been pronounced, you should have been praying only that which is

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So the Friday prayer is not for Raka it is to Dakar. And it should be said with the congregation. Why were you praying by yourself? Deborah una mirada non sure. But if he Malik and we'll call him is how uncertain and have seen on our delay happening behind eta will call her murder of Parana saga and have seen unAmerican.

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So is it clear?

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that had been Maria Lee, as Heather jamara. Had, what does had mean?

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Had limit.

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So the head of a marieb the degree

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of a sick person meaning of his sickness, or Yeshua, that he should witness al jamara. The group prayer meaning to what degree

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of illness is a person

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required to go to the congregational prayer with?

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You understand?

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Because there's levels of illness, right levels of sickness. So one person he has, you know, a cold or something and slight fever? Is he exempted from the prayer altogether? meaning from tomorrow? Can he just pray at home and not go for the congregation? But what if there's a person who's not even able to get up and walk? his illness is different? So will he be exempt? From the jamara? Yes, he has to pray himself for sure. But is he required to go to the masjid? No. So how is it that we determined that this person is too sick to go to tomorrow? Because what happens is that when we are sick, we become very, very lenient with ourselves

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very lenient. Even the things that we can do. We allow ourselves to not do, because we say we're sick.

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Whereas if you think about it, we are able to do many things. Right? Like, for example, if you look at a young girl, if she has like fever, she'll just stay in bed all day, where she will sit on the couch and watch television. Why? Because I'm sick.

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Right? I can't do anything. But if there is a mother who has a baby, even if she has really high fever, what is she doing? Even with that high fever, and those burning eyes? What is she doing? She's changing the baby's diaper, right? She's giving a bath to the baby, she's doing everything. So it shows that we have the capacity to do our regular work even with illness. Right? But it doesn't mean that we have to do it to the point where our sickness is getting aggravated. So when it comes to the matter of prayer, when it comes to jamara when is a person allowed to stay behind from tomorrow due to illness? Had the center or multiple who have significantly farther ahead than the OB

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Allah had the tunnel airmesh on Ibrahim, or a sweat parlor corner in the shadow the Allahu anhu for the cardinal Manuel lobata Allah, Allah He said we were with I shall do the horn her and we all were talking about Manuel lava Allah Salah, what does that mean? To be constant to be regular with the prayers? What are Lima and honoring them? So they were talking about performing the prayer regularly, consistently on time, right, and also honoring the prayer. Father, she said, when this discussion was going on, she said lumma Maria Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam became ill MANOVA who live in metta Fie, the illness in which he died for

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Hezbollah to sort out what happened once that the time of prayer entered, it came in for dinner. So the event was given for Carla. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Moodle have a clean value, sir live in

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Tel Aviv Baca and he should pray with the people meaning he should lead the people in prayer, because he didn't find in himself the strength to go and lead the people in prayer. We see that he did initially but then when his sickness got worsened, he wasn't able to go to the masjid so he said that Abu Bakr should lead the people in prayer for paid Allah Hussain.

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was set to him in abubaker in Rajasthan CIF Abu Bakar Otto and who is a man who is a CIF who is a CIF from SF in someone who's very tender hearted, very soft hearted, he will start crying. He won't be able to lead the people in prayer either Tom Murphy McCormick when he will stand in your place. Let me stop there and you suddenly have been asked he will not be able to lead the people in prayer. So what happened the prophets of the law and send him What? He repeated again, go tell Abubakar to lead the people in prayer for do the who. And they said the same thing that every worker won't be able to do it. for the better. He repeated the third time go tell Abu Bakr to lead the people in

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for Karla and he also said at that time in Kanazawa, he will use in the corner indeed you meaning you women, because it was his wives, basically, who were telling him

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he said, Indeed you women are so a horrible use of the companions of use of meaning you're being like the women who attempted use of an s&m? What does it mean? That remembered all those women who came? Right? And what were they telling him to listen to? The wife of the disease, right? So basically, distracting him from his purpose.

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He was doing something right by keeping away from her and all these women are telling him, listen to her. All right, so the prophets of Allah Islam was doing something right by saying Go tell Abu Bakar but what are you doing stopping me from that? Right So he said, You are like the women who distracted use of renesola Moodle of Arabic rainfall you saw livingness Go tell Abu Bakar and he should lead the people in prayer for hot Raja Abu Bakar. And for Salah Abubakar he came and he prayed. Meaning he led the people in prayer for weather then abuse or the Allahu alayhi wa sallam nfcc fatten, then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he found in himself his likeness, meaning he felt

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better. So while the prayer was going on, he felt a little better. He found himself light enough that he could carry his own weight in the sense that he found the strength to perform the prayer for him. So he went out meaning out of the house to the masjid, you had that and he was being led meaning being taken bainer Delaney between two men. So two men, they were taking the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam to the masjid. I showed it to me, and Originally, it is as though I can see his feet the whole body dragging minella Jerry from the pain, he wasn't able to walk himself. He was taking the support of two men one in his right one on his left, and he had his feet were

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dragging. Why, out of pain for a lot of Wilbekin and yet, when the prophet SAW it and got to the machine, meaning to the place where the soul that was being performed, Abubakar intended to yet move back, meaning to leave the place of the Imam and join the South behind him. For oma Elena, Busan, Allahu alayhi wa sallam, and mechanic but the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he gestured to him. No, no, stay in your place, don't go back, stay in your place, keep leading the people. Summer OTV, then he was broadening the profit gap going towards Abu Bakar had that jealousy lamb until he said on his side, meaning the property laws and and went and joined Abubakar Otto and who and sat on his side.

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People are mesh. Our mesh was asked what kind of abuse are the lover to selling usually what abou Bucklin? Usually this one it was it the prophets Allison was praying. And it will Becca was following him when NASA use a lunar base fanatee Avi Bucklin

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and the people were following Abu Bakar.

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So in other words, the prophet sort of answered him was he came he became the Abu Bakar was following the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the rest of the people were following Abu Bakar. You understand the order? Right?

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So what happened for Karla bureau Selena? So he said with his head, yes. Meaning he gestured with his head. Yes, this is how it was happening. What Uh, well, I would, I would number her he says that a Buddha would have narrated this i'm sure but their angles are mushy Baba, who was that? Where are we at the jealous and sad I'd be bachlin that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said on the left side of Abu Bakar for Canada Abu Bakr when you suddenly caught him and Abu Bakr was leading the people in prayer * while standing.

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Now what exactly

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was going on meaning who was the Imam who was the Mk 30 Allahu ARD and this was a very unique situation. And this is something that doesn't happen. It cannot happen again. Right? It was only with the prophets of Allah. But what is the lesson

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That we can learn from this. The Prophet sallallahu sallam, first of all, didn't leave the prayer. He didn't leave the people go figure it out yourselves know, when he had the strength, he set goals and go tell Abu Bakr to lead the people in prayer. And he said three times because he knew that Obama was the most deserving of this position. And this was also a signal to the people that after him who would be the leader of the believers, Abu Bakar.

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And then we see that the prophets have a lot of cinema as soon as he found in himself the strength to get up and go to the masjid.

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He went to the masjid. How leaning against two people and his feet dragging.

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So how is it that we can exempt ourselves from our major responsibilities? On slightest illness, we don't have to take the support of people in order to walk and hamdulillah we can walk, we can limp a little bit, but we can walk on hamdulillah.

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But what happens we become so easy with ourselves that we think on the slightest illis I'll just sit and pray.

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I'll just sit and pray. It's amazing how we can walk from the bedroom, to the living room, sit on the couch, get ourselves a cup of tea, watch television. And when it comes to reading the doors, we see my eyes are burning because of the fever.

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Or when it comes to prayer. We think I can't bend down for Rico. I can't stand for long.

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Allah is the most deserving. He's the most deserving of our servitude.

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The moment the prophets are the laws and felt better he went to the masjid. The jamara is going on. He didn't say okay, they're doing it. Nevermind, I'll just pray myself. No, he went and joined the congregation.

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Right. But what happens is that as soon as we feel better, we think about how we can relax how we can enjoy ourselves. But the prophets have a lot of fun. As soon as he felt better, he went to the worship of Allah.

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And the thing is that if we make ourselves feel better, then we will feel better.

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Half of our illnesses in the head.

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Right? Many times it happens that a person is feeling sick, and they cannot go to the doctor. As soon as they go to the doctor. They're fine, isn't it? Why? Because it's psychological. I'll go to the doctor, the doctor will give me a prescription. Even if I don't eat that medication, this having that prescription, you know, at least I know what's going on with me. And we start feeling better instantly. It's all psychological. But sometimes you have to tell yourself, I'm fine.

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It's okay.

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Yes, don't be too easy with yourself that you fall too much behind. And at the end, then it's difficult to get up. I mean, some illnesses, they're different, that a person cannot do anything at all. Right? But every illness is different and who's the best judge, the sick person, you yourself are the best judge and how these we learn many of the Saba you submit Homer whoever strives to be patient, Allah makes him patient. Allah gives him the ability to be patient. So you have to make yourself do suffer an illness also, it's okay, if I'm hurting a little bit, I'll focus in prayer, and inshallah I'll get better.

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And once you make up your mind, I have to do this, even if I'm sick, then you can do it.

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And the more you focus on the illness, the more you focus on the pain, the more difficult that pain becomes for you to bear,

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isn't it and when you busy yourself with other things with more important things than the pain is also easier to deal with.

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Recently, my daughter, we had to get her some shots. So what happened was that she had a big bandaid on her arm. And every time she saw the bandage she wept. Every time the word banded was mentioned she wept. So it was so difficult for us to even change her because he wouldn't let anybody touch her arm and be the bandit. If she saw it. It was very difficult. So just in one day was so difficult. I said I have to remove this bend it somehow doesn't matter if she cries or fusses, I have to take it off. Because the more she sees it, it will remind her of the pain. So 100 though once we took it off and threw it away, she got over it.

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Right. So this is the same thing happens when you keep looking at the pain when you keep focusing on the illness, it becomes difficult for you to do anything else. Exactly. occupy yourself with something beneficial. You know, on the day of judgment, one thing that people will regret a lot over is wasting their time

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wasting their moments.

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Right. So in sickness when Allah soprano data has taken everything away from you and your family.

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To be in bed, make the most of that time

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a YouTuber is alive in health and sickness when he had everything and when he had nothing. In both the situations he kept himself busy with the worship of Allah.

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Allah likes the actions that are consistent.

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When a person goes out to give sadaqa he breaks the jaws of 70 Shopping 70 Shopping because you know, to do something good, who's holding you back? shavon it's like as if he's locked you up 70 shayateen have locked you up. We know what their jaws but when you struggle against them, you break them all and give each other

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right so shaytan will become weaker and weaker. But when a person is sick, he's feeling down feeling low shaitaan tries to overpower him a lot. And we see that with sickness the person gets depressed and sad also, what is it that will bring peace and contentment to the heart so they could have a law and that is exactly what your thought will stop you from. So you have to force yourself, make yourself do it. And when you will make yourself do it, inshallah you'll be able to do it.

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It's a practical law movie Hamlet national law.

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Mr. Furukawa too late. I said I'm ready.

Lesson 105 – Chapter 36-39 Hadith 660-664

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