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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu How are you all doing today?

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Welcome to the class those of you who are new and Mashallah, I saw some of you last week also.

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So, welcome to the class

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So in Bukhari, we are doing a blab solido jamara. The chapters which are about Salah in congregation praying together in jamara, and the Bab that we are studying is either Hello, Tom Oh, paymentus Allah, that when food is served, and at the same time the prayer is established, meaning the karma is given, then what should a person do? Should he stop eating? Or should he not eat at all? and go to the sauna immediately? Or should he eat, finish off his food? And then go join the prayer? And as we learned earlier, that there's no one answer because it really depends on the situation. If a person has a little bit of food left, that he wants to finish before the prayer, then he should do

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that. Because in his Salah, he will constantly be distracted. But on the other hand, he hasn't even started his meal. And if he eats his food, and then goes to join the prayer, he might miss the prayer completely. So it really depends on the situation. So if the food is going to distract the person from the prayer, then what should he do finish his food, and then pray. But if a person is going to be distracted from his food, because of the prayer, meaning he's not able to eat properly, because of the solder, then what should you do? Go and pray first. So, whatever is of most concern to an individual at that given time, he should do that, because the purpose of prayer is to meet

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unless panel data and if the prayer is such that a person does not have focus, then that is not fulfilling the purpose of the prayer. So in order to ensure that the soul has been performed properly, one must fulfill his needs and have the most important needs his food. So this is why a person should eat first if he has to.

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Then we see the Hadith about urban or modal doula on who

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had this innovative new snare ILA and abuse amateur and obey the law or nefarian or Nero model Kala Kala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said either will be our show or haidakhan when the supper the dinner of one of you is served, what will be Mata salah and the prayer has been established me and karma is given, then what should a person do? The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, fuck the obon Arusha. Then start with your supper meaning eat first, what are your agenda for womanhood? And he should not hurry and rush until he is Yeah, follow up on whom meaning until he has finished his food. Because if he's going to be too fast and eating and he's not

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eating properly, then that could hurt him. And if he does not eat properly, and he rushes to the prayer, again, he won't be able to focus in prayer. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam advised over here that what should a person do? Eat first, and don't rush too much eat at a normal pace, and then go and join the prayer. But what if in this process, a person misses, let's say, one record to record even three? Is that okay? Again, it depends on the situation, if he's too hungry, and he knows he will not be able to play properly, then he should eat first, even if he's going to miss first or second or third record, as long as he can catch the Jamal. But if he's going to miss the

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Jamal completely, then what should he do? Then he has to stop and go. Right? Then he has to stop and go. Because like we learned earlier that eating first is mobile, meaning people have that allowance. It's an allowance. It's permitted. All right, but praying in jamara for the men, what is that? mandatory? So when you have two things before you one that is permissible, and the other that is mandatory, then what do you have to choose that which is mandatory. so in this situation, a person will go and pray first and then eat. You see, what happens is that we look at the prayer as let's pray first so that we can eat easily, but it should be the other way. Eat first, get your food out

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of the way so that you can pray.

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But we think get your prayer out of the way so that you can eat comfortably, but it's the other way. That to that when you have a full stomach then

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You become lazy. And again, we need to remember this another profit or loss. And when it comes to eating,

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exactly, we should not generalize this allowance. It really depends on the situation, that if a person is really exhausted, he's tired, he's been hungry. And yes, the drama is going on, but he needs the strength to prayer also. So this is why the profits or loss advice that eat first, and you see the Sahaba, they weren't people who used to eat a lot. They wouldn't eat much. And they wouldn't eat such food, which would cause a person to be sleepy, and you know that all the energy is concentrated in digesting the food. They wouldn't eat like that. And they wouldn't eat that much either. They wouldn't spend too much time eating. So this is why the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told

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them to eat first. What kind of your motto? And even our motto, I knew how did he understand this, that you the rule of thumb food would be served to him what to come Sala and even the prayer would be established for lay to hatha flow. And he would not come to the prayer until he would be done eating in the Himalayas marocco at an email, and he would even hear the recitation of the Imam so that that means that sometimes perhaps you would even miss the first step or it's possible, right? And sometimes even two because he could hear the camera if the camera you can hear that means record can be any second now.

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So what does it show that he would eat first and then join the gym or

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we'll call so here on Earth men are Noosa in Europa anaphora narrative neuromotor katakolon abuse on a longer it will send them either kinda had to come I know, Tom, that when one of you is I love bombing he's already eating filet argil had directly hijacked the who men who then he should not hurry and rush until he has fulfilled his need from it. Meaning that if he has to eat a little bit more in order to complete his meal, then what should he do? complete his meal and then go what in Okay, Mata Sala even if the prayer has already begun, or Allahu Ibrahim habaneros man or woman, Medina. So all of these narrations, what do they show to us? the practicality of our religion? And

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how practical the deen is. Now, if it's a group of people who are eating, all right, and the time for prayer enters, so for example, a group of men, they're sitting together, they're eating, and most of the time enters. Now, what should they do stop their food immediately and pray? What should they do? finish their food? And then do Jamal.

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But what if

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one person is eating? Okay? And the tomorrow is going to begin? You understand? How is it different from the first case, the first case is the all the people are eating? So when will they start the jamara when everybody's done. But now let's say you go to the masjid and you have a sandwich in your hand, and the dimauro has begun. So then what are you going to do? depends if you have a bite or two left, finish that even if the salad begins,

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but if you think No, it's going to take me a good 15 minutes to finish this. So, what should a person do then leave it and then go pray.

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Then we also see that because in all of these above, basically when Buhari is clarifying that what are the genuine reasons that allow a person to either miss the drama or join the gym or late You understand? What are the valid reasons because of which a person may not join the gym at all? Or he may join the gym or late? So are those valid reasons is what sickness and over here from all of these are hobbies? What do we say? Food is also a genuine reason. Okay, depending on the situation of the person, it could be a genuine reason. So if because of his food, he has to join the gym are late. Is there any harm? Is there any sin upon him? No, there is no sin upon him. All right, because

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it's a genuine reason.

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But remember that when it comes to the Imam, the one who has to lead people in prayer, then it's a different story. Okay, because he has to sacrifice more. And this is what we see in this one of the prophets of Allah Salah.

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Back either Dorian emammal when the Imam is called a la sala to the prayer will be getting he and in his hand is Maja kulu what he's eating, meaning the Imam is eating his food is in his hand. And what happens he's called for the prayer. What is he supposed to do? If he says no, I

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I'm supposed to eat first I'll eat first and then go pray, then what is going to happen?

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The congregation will get delayed and people are going to be affected. Right? But if a person has to go join the drama, then his joining late is not going to affect anybody but himself. He's missing out on some reward. But it's only going to affect him. It's not going to affect other people. But the Imam What about him? What do we see from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had done Abdul Aziz of new Abdullah, Ibrahim and slowly and up she had been called an aqua Ronnie Jr. Followed normative numata and Umberto kala, he said, at Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I saw the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam yet kulu he was eating the raw shoulder meaning of a

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sheep. Yeah, the zoomin Hmm. And he was taking the meat off of it. He was biting it. For Doria Illa celerity. And he was called to the prayer. So what happened for karma? So he stood up for thorough ha, and he put down a Sikkim the knife. Meaning with which he was taking the meat off. What did he do? He put it down for Salah. And then he went and prayed while Amitabha and he did not make all the meaning fresh although he did not make why because he already had will do and eating cheap meat does not break one's will do. So what do we see over here many things. First of all, we see that the profits are a lot of some ate meat. Okay, so there's absolutely nothing wrong with eating meat

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unless it's harmful for a person's health. A person could have a health condition because of which it's not suitable, but otherwise out of piety, abstaining from meat. This is not the son of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. He was the most pious of people, the most multiple of them, and he also ate meat, then we see that in this Hadith, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, we learned that he was eating that our shoulder. And in other bodies also, we see that he was eating his shoulder. So it seems that that was his favorite.

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Thirdly, we see that the profit or the loss, and I was using a knife. So while the profits are a lot less than an eight with his hand, meaning using his fingers, we see that he also used a knife. So there is no harm in using your hands or using cutlery. There is absolutely no harm because the profits or losses that I'm doing both, right, because sometimes what happens is that we think that eating with the hands is definitely better. Right. And as a result, even when cutlery is available, and it would be more practical and easier for us to eat with that cutlery What do we do? We think that no, eating with the hands is better. But we see that the prophets are the Lord is along. He was

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a very practical man. So when he was cutting the meat, you see that he was using a knife, right, but remember that if you are using the knife, then don't catch with your right hand and eat with your left, right, cut with your left hand, each with the right. And if you find it difficult to cut with the left hand cut with the right hand, but then also eat with the right. And it's just about practice, right?

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Then we also see over here that the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he stopped his food mean he stopped his meal, right? And he went to lead the people in prayer. Why?

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Because while it is permissible for a person to eat first, and then pray,

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remember that it is not mandatory.

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So this clarifies that it is permissible to eat first, and then pray.

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But it is not mandatory. So when the prophets have a lot of them commanded in the previous Hadees, where we see that he said eat first. That doesn't mean that it is mandatory on us to eat first.

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That command is for for miscibility. All right.

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Also, we see that the way of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, it's amazing that he's eating in the middle of eating.

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He stands up, puts down the knife, and goes to pray. Like we learned from other IDs, also the prophets, Allah knows that he would be amongst his family. But when the time for prayer would come, he would become like a stranger.

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Like a stranger. All of a sudden, his mind would just go elsewhere. That's it. I have to stop this and go for prayer now. And we see this attitude reflecting over here also, that in the middle of eating and he stops.

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So in summary, what do we see that food allows a person to join late, even pray late. So for example, and by late I don't mean, delay the prayer from its proper time, but that a person does not have to stand up and pray immediately. So for instance, you are eating your food, and the other one, you know is pronounced for a particular prayer. It's not required of you to stop everything and pray immediately.

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It's best if you do that. But if you were eating, you can pray five minutes later, 10 minutes later, 15 minutes later, there is absolutely no harm in that.

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If you're hungry, you cannot focus on prayer. And then sometimes, you know, food related things are also such that are quite urgent sometimes, like, for example, if you're cooking, all right, and the oil is hot, and you know that if you go away for even a minute, the food can burn or something can happen, right? And that will, you know, have an effect on so many things.

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Just the other day, I was watching a recipe in which the instructor was saying that even if the doorbell rings, don't leave the stove at the stage. Because if you leave the food at this point, it's going to get ruined, it's going to get spoiled. Because sometimes it happens that you're really at that point where if you stop drop and go pray, you know, the food will be affected. And you might think what's the big deal? You know, if it's just you who's gonna eat, okay, it's not a big deal, but when you have to feed children, and when you have to feed other people, then it becomes a big deal. So when this allowance is there, then we should also be easy with ourselves. But being easy

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does not mean that we keep delaying the prayer deferring it until the very end. Well, that is something that we should be careful about because why Lu lil masa Lin and Latina woman Salatin. So

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Batman kanopy Hagerty, Elisa oprema, the Sonata for her Raja man Karna, the one who was fee Hagerty early in the hajra of his family, Hydra is what need so in fulfilling the needs of his family, meaning doing housework,

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domestic chores, he's doing that for FEMA to sweat out to and then the comments pronounced for the prayer. So what does he do for holiday? So he stops his work, and he goes to pray. Now earlier, we learned about food that a person is eating. Right? Now this is about housework. Is housework a genuine reason? Which allows a person to miss the demand?

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or delay joining the gym? Or is it a valid reason? It's not. Why?

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Because it can be done later. Exactly. There's no end to it. Right? There's no end to it. You see, eating food? That's a need. It's a necessity. Right? And especially when you're already eating or the food is right in front of you, then you have to finish your food. But housework. Is it a necessity? We have made it a necessity for ourselves. But really, is it a necessity? If your dishes lie overnight in your sink? Will something catastrophe happen? Will you get a headache? No. But if you don't eat properly, that can affect your blood sugar levels, right? If it can affect your body, you're sleepy or tired, you're hungry, your head is hurting and your stomach is hurting. And then

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you're feeding cold all over, right? People experienced this because of not eating properly. But when it comes to housework, remember it's not urgent food that could be urgent and important, right? But housework it may be important, but Is it urgent? It's not urgent, it can be exactly eat first get, you know, get some energy and then do the work.

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And you see if you're eating your food, then how much time will it take you to finish your food? Maybe five minutes, maybe 10 minutes, right? So this is why you can defer the prayer until you're done eating. But when it comes to housework, you think it's going to be five minutes, you think it's going to be 15 minutes. But one thing leads to another which leads to another and you don't even know your whole day is gone. Right? So this is why when it comes to prayer, then a person has to stop the work and go pray. And especially remember that jamara is an obligation on the men. So housework while it is nice that they do it. It is not a requirement of them in the sense that it's

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not fault on them.

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I'm not saying that on the woman. It's fun. But we do learn from Heidi's that the woman is responsible over the house. Right? And generally it is the women who are doing such work. So if the husband is vacuuming, right, he's helping his wife out with the housework. She shouldn't say no, no, you cannot step out of the house until you've done the whole house. I don't care if you're gonna miss your shot. I want you to do this before you go. No, very nice of him to do that. But he cannot be stopped from going for drama because of housework

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had done Adam Carolla doesn't assure but Allah had the tunnel hakam and Ibrahim is why

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color's the ultra shutter. He said I asked her a shadow below on her. That Malkin and abuse on Allahu alayhi wa sallam. Yes Now roofie Beatty? What is it that the prophets on alongside them would do in his house? They were curious. Right? Because they couldn't go in his house and see and watch him. Right? See what he was doing? Because that was his, you know, private space. And at the same time, they were curious because outside, okay, he is doing something. He's talking to people, he's advising them. Right. But in his house, what does he do? They were curious because the prophets have a lot of fun being such a busy man that he was a productive man, right? Someone who would not waste

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his time. So However, they wondered that, what does he do at his house? When he goes, what is it that he does? How does he keep himself busy?

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He said, Can I akuna Fie Minetti,

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he used to be in the midst of his family, what is Mina midnight his occupation, to keep oneself occupied. So he would keep himself occupied and busy with what his family meaning he would help his family in regular work in regular housework. Meaning he would keep himself busy serving his family, by helping them in the things that are generally done within a house within a household. darney admitted early he, she meant his mother as he meaning serving his family. That's what he would do. He would help out he wouldn't just sit and relax and be served by others. Rather, what would he do? He would go and help out his family members. And remember that the

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prophets Allah loves him did not have one wife.

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He had multiple and he would go and visit each one of them regularly. I imagine going to one one's house and helping her with something going to the other and helping her with another thing. Canada Koofi Minna de la Tawny headmaster le for either How about the solder? Then when the time for prayer would come in? How Raja Allah he would go to the prayer,

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then whatever he was doing, what stop and he would go for the prayer. What do we see over here, the fact that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam while he was a prophet,

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the one who received revelation,

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the one chosen above all of mankind, and not just all of mankind, but also all of the prophets, the one who will be honored as being the first one to enter.

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When the people will cross the set off, they will be cleansed at the controller. When the time will come to enter Jannah the prophets are allowed to say we'll be the first one to reach there, and when he will reach there the gates will be closed. So, he will hold the handle and knock at the gates of gender.

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And he will be asked Who is this and the Prophet sallallahu Sunnah will say that it is him and then the angel will say that I was told to not open the door except for you. Meaning I was instructed that you should be the first one to enter Paradise. So he will be the first one to enter Paradise. Imagine his dollar jets, imagine his high ranks in this dunya and in the alpha. But yet when he would go to his family, what is he doing? serving

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in another Hadees we learn the words Makana Illa, buchon, middle Basha he was the human being so he will do the things that normal people do. What? In a hadith that remember what he has recorded in his book. I love the Muslim. He's written a chapter Bob my yarmulke roofie bitey what a man should do in his house.

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And in this hadith he has mentioned that I should have lower Anil was asked that what did the Prophet talad is going to do in his house? And she replied, he did what one of you would do in his house, he mended sandals, and he patched garments, and he sued, meaning he would also sell the clothes. He would patch up his clothes or other people's clothes, his family.

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Also men sandals, in other versions we learn about you know milking the animals even looking after himself and his family's needs regular housework he did that.

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But what happens is that sometimes we think that if we are, you know, if we have a certain position somewhere out in the world, then when we come home, we should be treated in the same way.

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Your status elsewhere. Good Alhamdulillah Allah Palatine has given that to you, but within the house, what are you? What are we a wife, a daughter

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All right, a daughter in law, whatever our role is, and we have to accept it and fulfill that fulfill what is expected of us.

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Right? Never think that just because we have more knowledge compared to our spouse, now our spouse should be serving us. Because Allah subhanaw taala has raised the status of people of knowledge. So our husband should also serve us. No, you have knowledge, good at hamdulillah. But at the same time, you have certain responsibilities.

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And the Prophet sort of answered him, he fulfilled those responsibilities. And you see, it's amazing. How do I know the Prophet sort of all the time they loved him? Why do you think they loved him? One of the reasons was that because he cared for them, he looked after them. Because when a person helps his family, right in their work, then what happens is that this is what brings them together, this is what brings them closer together. This is what produces love. Yes, but you know, when the men will learn, when they seen your attitude, when they will see that you are striving so hard within the house, and also elsewhere, and not yelling at them and your attitude is changing,

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they will become more cooperative. You see, what happens is that men love to be respected, they love to be respected. If the wife respects her husband, treats him like a king, he will become her servant, literally, he will become a servant, he will even do the dishes for her.

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If if she is going to listen to him, she's going to show love to him, she is going to fulfill his needs and respect him, he will do anything for her. He will, he's got that strength, he's got that ability. Yes, there are exceptions here, there. Okay, there are exceptions. But generally, we see that this is something very normal. I remember reading an article about this, that what happens is that a wife, when she has a lot of housework, you know, children, all of that work, she gets frustrated with her husband. So happens, he enters, and she goes off attacking him. So what happens, he doesn't want to see her, it doesn't want to talk to her, he goes hides in his mancave, he doesn't

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want to come home, right? Or he goes, sits on the couch and turns the TV on.

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Exactly blocking everything out. So then what happens, the wife becomes even more angry, right, she becomes even more angry. And then the distance, it only grows between the husband and wife. But on the other hand, if we have this attitude of forgiveness, and lowering our expectations, and helping the other, instead of expecting from others giving to the others, then this is something that will produce love. And also, you see what happens is that we try to get work done from other people by emotionally bullying them or yelling at them. But this is not the way not the way at all. If you show love to them, forgive them, that is the best way of having them work with you.

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Like I always remind myself of the responsibilities that the men are taking care of, which are many, like for example, taking care of the car, you know, just getting tuned up to whatever they need to do of the house, you know, so many things, taking us for groceries, doing all this other stuff, like you know, renewing passports and all this stuff. It requires effort from them, which we wouldn't understand, you know, are there certain things that they do, which we don't have to do, but we don't realize that they have done it. You know, like, for example, in my house, I don't fill up the gas, I had to do it this morning. I don't fill it up is generally their job. But I mean, taking out the car

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just to get the gas 510 minutes here and there. And then on top of that we expect them to do dishes. I mean, we should be reasonable as well that what can they manage? What else are they doing that's on their plate because they're doing their part as well, because we're not doing those things.

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So each person, you know, has their work. And yes, housework is something that can be shared, definitely. But the way of sharing it is not by bullying the other person, it's by respecting them, earning their love so that willingly they will help you. And you're training them for life. Because how many times it happens that a man is by himself, you know, for a short period of time. And if the wife has to travel somewhere than she has to cook from before and do everything from before and come back home to such a big mess. And then the husband, he doesn't even know how to iron his clothes. Many times it happens. So if we are teaching our sons remember that we're training them for life.

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These are important life skills that girls need and also boys need.

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I mean when it comes to just filing your taxes and so many things you have to manage, and they're doing it constantly, along with their regular work. And we think that if we had to wash to three dishes or we had to cook two, three things, it's

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too much work.

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Who could be busier than the prophets Allah sent him yet when he went to see his family, he would be helping them.

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Because both the husband and wife need to look after one another, right? I remember visiting a family once the wife was quite unwell, and the husband was preparing dinner for for children. And this is not a husband who's just, you know, doing an ordinary job. He's a professor at University, you know, doing his PhD, Mashallah, I mean, professionally, very advanced, but yet, he's preparing food for his children, and guests, and not once, not twice, many, many times, because the wife was unwell, and the wife was working regularly. So both have to cooperate with one another, so that they can live productive lives. Right. But remember, that if you're not receiving the cooperation of the

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other, then perhaps you need to give more, change your attitude, and inshallah to help welcome change your intentions about how you It's my perspective, right, and it makes the work easier also.

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Also, one more thing we see here, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he would go to visit his family, I mean, his wife, and he would be helping out over there, right? Now, many times it happens that our family members, whether they're our immediate family, or extended family, we have certain obligations towards them. And one of them is you have to come see us every day, or every other day or every weekend, right? There are some family members who expect it. Like for example, if you have an aunt or you have a grandmother, and you don't see her once a week, she'll be offended with you. But what happens is that we don't want to go there, because we have so many things to do. And we

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think it's going to be a waste of time, which is go there, sit for half an hour talk talk about what I can even talk on the phone, but you know what they want to see you. It's not about what you have to say, or they have to say they want to see you. So when you have to go meet your family, and you're just sitting there, so that they can see you. Why not go with the intention of helping them right. So that you can earn double

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your time is spent in doing you know, some work that is inshallah going to be beneficial for you and for other people.

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I mean, when we go, somewhere, we go like guests. So we think that, you know, I'm just going to sit on the couch, and I'm wearing my nice fancy clothes, so I can't do anything. No.

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And especially when we're going to family, you know, the house of family members, then over there, especially we need to help out. Unfortunately, we think that if we're going somewhere, we should be served, if we are in a relationship like a husband, and he has to give us

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but whenever we're dealing with people, it shouldn't just be about ourselves. It should be about what we can do for others, because remember that what we do for others, how we deal with them. That is our last panel, Darren is going to deal with us also.

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So the prophets Allah said in his humidity, what do we see here that when he would be at home, can can have your coffee manatee and he would be busy. He would keep himself busy. feminity early darney hit matter early in serving his family,

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what balance in his life, where he's a great advisor and a leader

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at his home, also,

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he's such a perfect companion.

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This is one of the best ways of letting out their energy, right physical work, because what happens is that we are sitting in the office in front of a computer all day long.

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Right, or we're sitting in a classroom taking notes, but then when you go home, you need some physical activity.

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So whether it's the dishes or the cooking or the vacuum, or changing diapers, whatever it may be, remember that it's good for you.

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When you help others, then you get their cooperation also, right many, many times it happens that women complain that they don't have family support.

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Right, they don't they don't get permission. The thing is that if we start focusing on our primary obligations and start fulfilling them properly, then like we discussed earlier, you will get all the support. Like I remember one of the aunties who was saying that my husband wants his dinner at the table at five o'clock. So I do whatever I want to during the day, but at five o'clock, I make sure that his fresh, you know food is ready, that I do not compromise on. He does not want that to be compromised to see respect that our problem is that we don't respect other people's, you know, expectations or their needs. We think they should be patient. So what if the food

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Half an hour late. So what if it's one hour late? It's not a big deal. It's not a big deal to you. But that is how they want it. And the husband being the CO one, yes, I mean, Allah subhanaw taala has given him $1. So we should also respect that. Also, what happens is that when we are working, you know, to help somebody out, we start expecting from them.

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This is a problem. If we're doing housework, we think that we're doing a huge favor towards the family towards the husband. So he should be cooperative and he should be helpful and he should also perform he should also take some responsibility within the house. But the fact is that whenever we're doing something Why are we expecting from people expect it from Allah subhanaw taala don't do it for others do it for him.

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Every effort because what can people give? Mashallah, you cooked really well, good job. You clean the floor Really? Well, what are these comments going to do to you? They're only going to, you know, if you think deeply they're going to annoy you. Because yes, the floor is clean, but you know what's going to happen?

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So, don't expect anything from people expect from Allah always tell yourself, I'm not doing it for them. I'm doing it for him. And if it's something expected of us or you know a responsibility that has been given to us, then do it still and fulfilling your responsibility for whose sake for the sake of Allah soprano.

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Bab mon Sol avinasi wahala. You read Ella and you are Lima home salata, Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam was so natto masala is the one who prays with the people, meaning he leads them in prayer. Or he prays with them, meaning in front of them before them. Whoa, while he lay, you redo. He does not intend in law, except meaning the only thing that's in his mind why he is praying is a limo home for Latin abuse. He wants to teach them

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the proper way of prayer that was taught by the prophet SAW the laws and it was so nuts Oh, and so now with regards to print. So all of these above they're about jamara. Right? Mm.

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So the Imam, he is leading people in prayer. But his intention is to teach the people as to how to pray properly. He's not really performing the prayer of that time. So for example, it's time for load. And let's say the actual demand in the masjid is going to be at a particular time. There's still 45 minutes until that time.

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So there's a group of children, and a person is appointed to teach them how to pray.

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So he says, Okay, come on children, I'll lead you in prayer, we'll pray to the car together, so that you can see how we're supposed to perform on our property.

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Now, those two records are not to the car of law. I mean, he will do for how much ever he prays. He's not praying with the intention of performing the prayer of that time. It's nothing. All right. But what's the purpose? Yes, it is an act of worship. But what's the purpose to teach? Is this permissible? Yes, it is permissible. Now, is it necessary that a person actually praise her? Can you just show the actions and talk in the middle? Can you do that? Yes, he can do that. Also. That is also possible. But if you are also praying at that time, you can also accumulate more edges. So for example, there's a new Muslim. And you say, okay, there's still time for tomorrow. So you stand next

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to me, we'll pray to Dakar together so that you can see how you're supposed to pray we'll practice a little bit. Now, you can either show them the actions without the intention of prayer or you can actually lead them in prayer. Right, is that permissible? Yes, it is permissible.

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Now the question is Why should a person do like this anyway? Why? Because teaching through actions is more effective.

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Henderson is married Colorado Haven, Colorado, Santa Ana VPN, Alberta, Canada and America moon Hadith. He said Malik even Hadith he came to Companion of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam famous Jena in our mustard had this when he came to this mustard of ours. For Colin, when he came, he said in me, indeed, I'll also leave because I will pray with you. como de de Sala, and I don't intend to pray, meaning the prayer of this time I will lead you in prayer. But I don't intend to pray the prayer of this time. will suddenly the only reason why I'm praying with you is kafer I will pray so that you see how I am to be your son Allahu alayhi wa sallam lucidly how I saw him praying for

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poultry Abracadabra. So the notary said that I asked, I will be the one who saw all this happen that day for kind of usually, how did marik been heard his prayer then? He said he was going to show people how the prophets

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A lot of them used to pray. So how did he pray then? Allah abou para Sam mithila Shana Heather, just like this shape of ours meaning this shift as in an older person or teacher, whoever he was just like this person might have been her way to spread. In other words, this person is exactly like a mannequin her waist showed us

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earlier he said what kind of shape and this shape what would he do? Usually suit he would sit, either refer out to whom in a suit, when he would lift his head up from sudduth. Meaning when he would get it from the sector, what would he do? He would sit before going up for the next car, up in a no huddle, Phil Daugherty Lula, before he would stand up in the first car meaning after completing the first car, when he would get it from sudduth. What would he do? Sit and then stand up.

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Now, what do we see in this Hardee's? First of all, we see the hits of Sahaba in spreading in teaching the son of the prophets of avodas. And how eager there were the spread the Sunnah, he must have observed that people are praying for Allah, but they're far from the sun. So he said, I will pray, I will lead you in prayer. And I'll show you how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to pray so you can learn the sun. And also,

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your prayer may may be valid. But if you start following the Sunnah, it'll be much better. So what is this show? That if someone is praying, and we see that they're not following the sun, now we should say, at least they're praying. So it's okay. It depends, right? I mean, if the person they can improve, and you know, they will be willing to improve. And you know, the sooner then what is your obligation that you should show them, teach them. And sometimes it could be a very minor tsunami. But you've noticed this, that after a group of people study, the tsunami, the proper way of performing the prayer, right, closer to this, another prophet sallallahu sallam, they'll start

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asking you about little things.

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Recently, in a weekend course, they had the solar workshop. And after that workshop, so many people have been coming up to me asking me, can you please check if I'm sitting properly?

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Right? I mean, it's just about adjusting your feet in a certain position. But imagine, people have been praying without following the tender for so many, many years.

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What do you think they must have taught their children?

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Right? I mean, leaving out on the sun, okay, solar will be valid in Sharla. But still, it's not as good as it could be.

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So when we notice or not, and we see that other people are not following that. And what is our obligation that we spread the sun, and we see Malika in her 80s did that. And you see prayer, if anyone learned something from you, as soon as the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and to start doing it, imagine what sort of God you have the example that's mentioned over years that teach your children to look and Fatiha yourself, because they're going to be reciting sorts of Fatiha for their entire life insurance. So if you teach them imagine, every time they recite to the fact that you're accumulating reward, but what happens is that we think, inshallah, when they go to school, or

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inshallah, when they join the course, inshallah, when they study this,

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right, they will learn, don't wait for others to teach. If, you know, go ahead and teach yourself so that you can accumulate more reward. And we see this in the way of my liquid related. Secondly, we see over here that he led them in prayer, in order to teach them, and this is something that may be done. It happens many times the children when they're taught the prayer, they need to be shown also, how to pray. So in that if the teacher is leading them in prayer, reciting everything out loud, is that permissible? Yes, it is permissible. And let's say they're just showing the actions without really praying, is that permissible? Also, yes, it is permissible. Then we see here that

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the men who prayed very similar to how might have been her ladies prayed who prayed very similar to how the prophet SAW the bonus and prayed what is mentioned over here that he would sit when he would get it from such that what is this called? Delta is still Aha. Now, delta is still how we see that it is reported over here and it's also reported in other hobbies. Now, some earlier Matt, they said that it is so now

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it is another profitable audits and so every time you're getting it from such that before you go into the next car, what should you do? Don't just go immediately straight up rather sit first and then get up. But others such as Hana Villa scholars, they said it is not sooner, rather person will do it as per need. They will do it as per need. So for example, if a person is really tired, or they're aged or they have an injury, and for them to get up from such that straight to standing position is difficult. So what will they do? They will sit and then they will stand up. They said it is for hedger. It is for a need.

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It is not a record of prayer, it is not a step in prayer. Rather, it is done for ease, you know, while being easy with yourself, because it's difficult to get up like that. And the evidence they use is that for every rochen of prayer for every action of prayer, okay, which is meaning mandatory, something that you have to do, there are two things.

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Either, you have some victory for it. Okay. So for example, between the two such that you sit down, that's a token of prayer. Why? Because you have to say something, what is that rubble failure, basically, right between the two sentences. And then also, they're stuck between before and after?

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You understand?

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So for example, when you get up from such though, and you sit, you say, Allahu Akbar, you say, it'll be fairly obvious, really, and then you say a lot, but then go back and do a second session. So, this delta between the two sides does, what is that a record of prayer? This is something that is so not that is something you have to do it is mandatory on you to do why what's the evidence? There's been before and after? And there is also a vehicle that you have to say, correct, but for this agenda, is there any maturity? Is there anything that you

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do you set up with failure at that time? No.

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Secondly, is there a career after that?

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No, there is not a career after that.

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You understand, there is not that weird after that. So based on this, they said that it is sooner or in the harder, it will be a summit when there is a need

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when there is a need it will be. So if a person is tired, their leg is injured, they cannot get up from such the straight into standing position. Right? Then it will be enough for them to sit and then rise. Okay. But if there's no need for them to sit, they can stand up easily. Is it enough for them? No. All right. Also, another evidence they used is that Malik man who waited, the companion was mentioned over here, a little or no, he came to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in the end of his life.

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And by that time, it would be a need for him to sit and then stand up. So you understand, is that clear? So, you know, sometimes it happens that you're getting it from such though, and you kind of lose balance.

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So if it's happening a lot with you then sips and then stand up. But don't make it a must on yourself to sit and then stand up. And hamdulillah but there is a benefit in this for sure. If you do sit for gel size, there are there is a benefit in that. As you get up you can you know it's easier to transition to the next rocker. Right, it helps you focus more. There's definitely a benefit. But remember that when it's not mandatory on a person, you should not make it mandatory on himself and make the sort of harder. If it's a habit of yours, there's no harm. There's no harm. But remember that if you do have to get up without sitting in that position, then don't be too hard with

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yourself let yourself get him

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back another enemy will probably a hacker COVID imama

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another in the people of knowledge will follow and the people who have fuddled. They are Haku more deserving bilim ama, with him ama meeting to lead the people in prayer. So the people who have read them and the people who have follow there are more deserving they have more right to lead people in prayer. Now who are

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people of knowledge but what kind of knowledge?

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knowledge of the deen

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so if a person has more knowledge of the deen compared to others, then he has more right to be the lead the prayer. But it's not just about

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it's also about having follow what is

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that person has some superiority over others in some way.

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Whether it is through knowledge, or it is through authority or leadership, age, status, whatever it may be, because knowledge alone, knowledge alone does not make a person fit for leadership. Just because a person knows a lot doesn't mean they're fit for leadership.

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For leadership, there are certain qualities that a person must possess.

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Likewise, when it comes to being the Imam in prayer, knowledge alone is not the only thing. Knowledge is important but at the same time, there should also be some fumble over the people.

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You remember that Heidi said we learned earlier where a group of people came to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam stayed for several days, learn from him. And then when the prophets of Allah sent observed that they were missing

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Families, he told them to go back. And what did he advise them? Who should lead the prayer? The one who is a quote meaning eldest amongst them, right? Why? Because he had fuddle over the rest in what in age, he was older than the others. So this is why the prophets Allah sent him had him lead the prayer. All right. Now we see that amongst the companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam who was the most knowledgeable when it came to the Quran,

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which companion

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there were many companions, right? Like, for example, earlier, although I knew he said that asked me about any idea when it was revealed. Right, what was revealed asked me and I can tell you he was very knowledgeable of the babe and Carla Ludo, and he was also one of the most knowledgeable ones remember that when the Quran was being written? Right recorded? These companions were heavily involved in that. Correct. But what do we see here? So Raven, Carbonell ditto on who was the most knowledgeable with regards to the Quran? There were other companions also, who had more knowledge of the Quran compared to others. But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he was sick towards

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the end of his life. Who did he appoint as Mr.

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Abu Bakar? Oh, no.

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Why?

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Because yes, he had, and other companions perhaps had more him than him. But what is it that he had that others didn't have fumble?

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What kind of fuddled did he have that others would accept him? As a leader? Right? Remember that the prophets of Allah Salaam appointed Abu Bakar who are new as a meat of Hajj also.

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Isn't that sir?

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So why? Because he had fuddle he had superiority over the rest in in many ways.

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So what do we learn here that another enemy one family help combat?

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People with knowledge and accidents meaning they have superiority over the others in some way? They have more right to lead the people in prayer. It's not just knowledge, it's also follow.

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Let me stop there and use alienness he will not be able to pray with the people meaning you will cry a lot because he's soft hearted and people won't be able to hear him. He won't be able to leave the people in prayer. Allah he again said Moodle Ababa clean Felisa livingness go to Abu Bakar, and he should lead the people in prayer for others. So she also repeated for Carla. So he said Marie Ababa, clean falou Salinas, he said for the third time, go tell Abu Bakar and he should lead the people in prayer. For in the kindness of our Hebrew use, if you are like the companions of Yusuf and we read this earlier as to why he said that Adele was also the messenger came to him to go to Abu Bakar what

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messenger was sold over here first to the person with whom the message was sent to a banker, because obviously I should have learned who wouldn't go outside looking for a pullback. Right. So somebody was given the message do deliver tobacco and who was that below below? For solidness? So he prayed with the people meaning he led them fee higher to Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the life of the Prophet sallallahu.

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So we see here that Boko Haram, who he was asked to lead the people in prayer because he was of boldness, after the prophets of Allah, meaning he was the most superior of the people after the prophets of Allah is Allah and his father, his superiority over the people was made evident at many, many occasions. Like we see, for instance, when the prophets Allah is and I'm reading digital,

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he did it.

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Right, there's so many instance where we see the high status that will be corrupted or not possessed, right, and it was well known amongst the people Abu bocadillo, on who was the close Companion of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and this is the reason why he was appointed as the Imam because of his freedom, as well as his father

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had done.

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also there. So when I shouldn't go on her suggested in the prophets of Allah Islam didn't accept that suggestion. I should have lilu on her head have settled a lot more on her say the same thing for totally have said appalling you also say hello to him in never buckling calm a female comic let me use Maranatha Mina Luca people won't be able to hear him because of crying for moto moto failure. Salinas tell her not to lead the people and pray for foreigners have sought to have little dinner and headed that for all of us utilize sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he's said man, stop. Enough. Stop it already. In canola and doneness. Allahu Yusuf you are like the companions abusive meaning all

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these women ganged up, do you know make him do something wrong and you are also trying to convince me to change my mind? Moodle Ababa, clean folio Salinas, Kota Abubakar and he should lead the people in prayer for college have solitudes have sort of learned he got very upset with Arusha and she said she sadly I shot American too little sleep. I mean kihira I have never seen anything good from you. Meaning you got me into trouble here. You made me say something the profits of a lot of song got upset. And you have gotten me into trouble before also.

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I've always gotten in trouble whenever I listen to you. Now, this incident, it's clear how she got into trouble. From the prophets of Allah Allah said them right the prophets of Allah was upset with her he said to her Ma, stop already. But we see at another occasion, somebody someone much greater the Lord of the worlds was upset

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when

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the incident of the honey

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right, there is a southerner bu elaborately as well. jihadis and fellow men of the SP will have heard of Allahu alayhi wa Baba who are alarmed fellow men, but a heavy handed man and the colonists hobby into tuba. If both of you repent, so it was wrong, you know, this plotting against the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Obviously, this is something that happened between husband and wife. It wasn't like a sin, but it was harming the prophets of Allah. So have settled in our unha. Basically what she meant here was, I'm never listening to you again. Because you got me into trouble before. You've gotten me into trouble right now. But we see that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. We see his

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determination over here

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that I should have

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said, No, Abubakar won't be able to lead the people in prayer, she also gave another suggestion, have a model to learn to lead? And not once, but again and again. And not just her but through others also. But did the Prophet totalizm change his mind? No, he didn't.

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Look at how determined he was, despite the fact that he was ill.

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It happens sometimes, because you're sick, you're like, it's okay. Whatever happens, I don't care.

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So, you get convinced easily, but look at his determination, because he had to make sure that Abubakar although are known, his leadership is seen by the people accepted by the people and it begins in his lifetime.

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So, sometimes it happens that you know what the right thing is what you should be doing and other people, they talk to you once they talk to you again. And by the third time somebody comes and says that to you, you think maybe I should change my mind.

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No, there are matters and you accept them. But then there are other matters in which no matter who suggests you anything, you cannot accept it. You cannot you have to be very firm about it. No matter how difficult it is for people to accept, no matter how difficult it is for you to do it. But when you know that it's the right thing to do. Then you have to do it. have done Abuja, Manuka Verona shravan Ernesto de cada Bharani Anna, Sydney American, I'm sorry, you were kind of caviar nebia sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and as with Malika Bulow and who he was who Nabeel sallallahu wasallam. He followed him Mahatma who and he served him well. Sahaba who and he

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was in his companionship meaning and has been Malik you know about him he was only 10 years older so when he was brought to the prophets have a lot of time so he spent a long time with him.

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So he said that another backer in Kenya you saw Lila whom that Abubakar Otto Dhawan, who used to pray for them and he used to lead them in prayer. feel when you are in abuse on Allahu alayhi wa sallam in the illness of the prophets of the lava do send them a letter to fear fi in which he was taken meaning in which he passed away.

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Meaning in the end of his life, when he became sick, who was it that led to people in prayer? Abu Bakar

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Hector until either Cana when it was Yeoman, if naini

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What does it mean?

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Yo will his name this is the day of his name.

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Monday.

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So when it was Monday, we're home so fufen and they were in rose facility in the prayer. Now remember that the last three days of the prophets have a lot of cinema he was extremely ill. Alright. The first of those three days is when the prophets of Allah sent him first, as a bocadillo on here to lead the people in prayer. And I shall live on how she suggested No, but that whole conversation that took place on the first of those three days. So what happened? avacado I know you let the people in prayer and when the prophets of the Lost and Found some energy in himself, what did he do? He went and joined them as we learned from Hades. But after that, what happened? He was

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not able to neither lead the people in prayer nor join them in prayer. So what happened who was leading the people in prayer? Abubakar Otto and who was leading them in prayer.

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Now this is the last day of his life. And which day was that? Monday?

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The day that he passed away. So for three days he hasn't been leading. Alright, so the third day the day that he passed away. What happened

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on Monday, we're home so fufen Asana and they were standing in roles in the prayer meeting they were praying as they should have been praying fucka chef and abuse Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam so the prophets of Allah Sallam he kashia he removed citral her dirty the curtain of his of the hurdler mean the history of eyeshadow, Varna young little Elena.

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He lifted it so that he could look at us. We'll call him on and he was standing in a wheelchair, who, as if his face was what about almost half the page of a book

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submitted so that he smiled. You're laughing for him now. So we intended meaning we almost have enough that in a minute for our head that we were in fitness because of for because of that extreme joy. Why extreme joy, middle ear tend to be a sort of lower insula by you know, we saw the property on Mars and became he's looking at as he's standing. So and so the lower I knew he said that we were in fitna meaning we almost broke the prayer because fitna also means to stop, right?

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So they were almost prevented from the prayer that they almost wanted to say something out of extreme joy or go towards him, because we're so happy, so delighted to see that the prophets of Salaam would you were standing and he was looking at them phenocal for Abu Bakr, and so an avocado and you realize the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was there, na casa. He stepped back, he fell back Why? And RPB on his heels, Leah Salinas off so that he could join the row. So in other words, he thought that the profits or losses is going to come and lead us in prayer. So while he's leading, what did he do, he stepped back so that the profits or losses and him could come well run and then to be a

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little longer to sell them. He thought that the profits are the longest and encouraging in a Salah he had come out for the prayer for Sharla Elena and abuse allow her to sit down but the prophets of Allah sent him he pointed towards us and attempt

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to continue your prayer, meaning continue as you are, what are her cetera, and he Let the curtain drop for to fear minio me and that is the day that he passed away. So we see that in the lifetime of the prophets of Addis Ababa, low or no, lead the people in prayer, especially in the last days. So we'll talk a little low on who was really someone who had raised him and then followed because of which he was given this rank.

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And no one can say after this that Abu Bakar a little or no, he had that superiority earlier, but in the end of the Prophet sallallahu Saddam's life that superiority was given to our little Dino or Noosa he was more deserving of khilafah No, because it's clear

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that the people for three days while the prophets of Allah Islam was sick, right, and he came the Prophet sallallahu Sallam saw other people smiled and laughed. Happy

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at that site, and the third day, which was Monday, this is when it happened and he saw the people.

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Now you know, when you have worked on something and you see the fruits of your labor, so for the vests and mobike and he smiled, laughing, yelled.

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In the Quran, Allah says, well as so for your legal Booker

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or prophet Allah will give you so much that you'll be happy. And out of the best gift that he was given was when he saw his own,

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standing on its feet, right being led by one of them. That meant that he had accomplished his mission he had he fulfilled it.

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You see, if you're doing anything, and you feel that you're worried, that if I have to go, this work is going to collapse. This work cannot continue. Are you at peace? No, you're constantly worried but Allah subhanaw taala he satisfied the prophets of Allah Allah, that your Ummah

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will be in good hands and Charla your oma is standing on its feet inshallah, when you're gone.

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Also, we see over here that they described his face as one of cotton. was half of that, like the page of almost half. Now what were pages like at that time, Allahu Allah.

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But if you think about it, the page of a must have any page over here.

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Okay, just pretend that this is a piece of paper.

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Is this not catchy? Does it not catch your vision? Your sight, doesn't it? Because it's plain, it's clear, it's bright. So just like that his face was bright and glowing, beaming with joy. And because of that, it caught their attention, even though they were praying sola and he smiled and left because of what he saw. In the Quran. Also, we learned about the example of the companions will methylome Phil Injeel casilla and Photoshop or hoof Ezra who festival lava festival, Allah Suki your job as the raw pleases the farmer, the when he sees the fruit of his labor, he sees that tree that plant he's very happy he is delighted. So likewise, a profitable artisan was also very delighted

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when he saw the companions praying like that.

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And then what happened? That after the prayer, and did a worker have little or no went to see the profits of a lot of sediment he was doing a lot better. For the past three days he had been quite unwell because of which he wasn't coming out to prayer at all. But now he was doing a lot better than last day of his life. And it will buck a thought okay. Alhamdulillah the prophets of Allah said was fine. So we learned that he went to his garden, which was outside Medina. And when he was there, he received the news that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam passed away. So he hurried back, and when he hurried back, everyone was panicking. They were confused, they were afraid, but abaco or no, he was

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calm. Right? And you see why he was made the leader because he was a calm person. He was given that leadership in the life of the Prophet sallallahu is

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there more I had these also that elaborate this inshallah we will do the following are these in our next session? 685 that's what I have. Had the center abou Martin Martin Fowler had gotten out of Delaware his or her head, the Center of Disease and NSN Allah He said, an ethical dilemma and who said lamb Yehuda Jin Wu sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with a lesson. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not come out for three days. Meaning in his final unless for three days consecutively, he was not able to come out for the prayer for payment of Salah, then on one of the days meaning after these three days what happened Opie Mata Salah, the karma for the Salah was pronounced. And that

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meant that the Imam would come forward and the rest of the people would form the rows in order to begin the prayer. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had appointed Abu Bakr, who are new to lead the people in prayer. So when the karma was pronounced for the habit of Abu Bakr and yet, Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu. He went forward in order to lead the people in prayer. So what happened for Allah Nabila, he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Bill hijabi, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he color Bill hijabi with the curtain Ferrara who and then he lifted it. The word color over here does not mean he said, because the word goal in Arabic applies to Farrell as well. Sometimes it applies

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to action as well. So over here, color gives the meaning of he took hold. So color behavior, he did Ferrell on the hijab, meaning he took hold of the curtain and what did he do with the curtain for Rafa who he lifted it. And we see this in another head is also when a mabuni acid or is low and when he instead of doing what he did was that he literally washed himself with mud.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told him in the mechanic FECA and akula be a deca killer. It would have been sufficient for you if you're the owner via deca, Kava. And what he did with his hands he, he struck them to the word the owner over there does not mean you said with your hands, rather it means you did with your hands this action meaning you just struck the ground with your hands. So over here also Carla, it doesn't mean he said rather it means he took hold because it applies to Ferris also. So the Prophet told a lot listen to cold of the curtain and he lifted it. fellow man when wonder how it appeared. What hoonah be sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the face of the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam being he lifted the curtain. So what appeared to the people who were in the masjid, the face of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam one that appeared and a little bit over and who said man of wellness mums are on we had never seen a site can urge about Elena that was more pleasing to us. Meanwhile, Gina beistle Allahu alayhi wa sallam than the face of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam when hanaa Waldo Helena when it appeared for us for oma and abuse on Allahu alayhi wa sallam obeah de the Prophet sallallahu sallam. He indicated with his hand to Abu Bakar Isla de bachlin ibaka to go forward, because Abu Bakr must have stopped when he saw the

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Prophet sallallahu sallam, but the prophets of Allah Sam signaled with his hand that go forward and lead the people in prayer, who are honeybees on a lovely journey of Solomon hijab and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Aha, meaning he dropped, he led a drop what and hijab the curtain and Phelim Yoko de la he had the matter. He was not seen after that, until he passed away. So basically, we see that this was the last time that the companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam saw him alive, they saw his face. And when they saw his face, it was the most beautiful thing that they had ever, ever encountered. And the face of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was beaming with joy beaming with

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happiness, because he saw the people standing together and performing the prayer. We see over here that the three days that are mentioned over here are the last three days of the illness of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, which began with the incident where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam tried multiple times to go to the masjid, but he was unable to and then eventually abubaker Allah and he was told to lead the people in prayer. And since that point, what happened Abubakar Abdullah and who led the people in prayer throughout these three days, now, after these three days, what happened it was Monday, and at federa time, this is when this incident happened. If karma was pronounced, and

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the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he lifted the curtain, and he was smiling and the Sahaba were very happy. They felt that 100 Allah he had recovered. But the problem is that a lot of them signal to them that no carry on your prayer, yourselves. aboubaker let the people in prayer, after the prayer book cut up the level on who went to see the prophets of illness and a man when he met him. The prophet SAW the loss and it was fine. So Boko Haram, who was very confident about the health of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, this is why he left Medina and he had, he went to his garden that was outside of Medina. And when he was there, and that was still late morning, he received the news of

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the death of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And then he returned. But we see here that for three days the prophets Allah Lawson was unwell. And on his last day, he had that strength because of what she was able to see his companions. And this is when he was truly happy. And Allah subhanaw taala gave him that happiness. Because imagine for all these years, he had been struggling and, and guiding and teaching. And this was the fruit of his effort that Allah subhanaw taala made him see before his death, and you know, anything that a person does, when he's able to pass it on to somebody properly and they see that they're doing it well. Then this is the best form of

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satisfaction that you can ever have.

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Exactly that the last time the Sahaba saw the Prophet sallallahu wasallam they saw him happy. They saw him smiling. That was the last, you know, memory that they had on him. So panic alarm will be handed to a la ilaha illa Anta Mr. cona to boric acid. I'm really cool.