Taimiyyah Zubair – Bukhari 134 The Book of Friday Hadith 923 932

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers emphasize the importance of consistency and practice in improving relationships, avoiding distractions, and practicing the habit of fasting every other day and avoiding distractions. They stress the need for individuals to practice these behaviors and avoid becoming annoying, and stress the importance of being mindful of one's words and actions during interactions with others. The speakers also emphasize the need for individuals to practice these behaviors and avoid becoming annoying.
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Emily Sani of Cabo Callie probenecid nerima Bab number 29 in Sharla mancala film hotbird t BARDA ceneri amobarbital the one who says in the hotbar after praising Allah subhana wa Taala What does he say I'm about to do and this is talking about the Imam

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because the Imam obviously he's the one who is giving the hotbar not everybody present at the do masala so when the Imam begins to hotbot How does he begin? How does he begin with Cena with praise of Allah subhana wa Tada. Right and then after that, when he concludes the praise, then what should he say? Mr. Barth, and we discussed its meaning and we also learned the first Hadees under this Bab and inshallah right now we're going to study the second one. How does no Mohammed Omar Ahmad Kala Hadassah simmer on Geremi has been called a Samaritan Hassan yaku he was saying had the Santa

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Ana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, OTB melon. He said that the prophets are a lot of Selim. Mal was brought to him man meaning some well oh Serbian, or some savvy basically refers to war captives. Okay, so war captives or some money some wealth was brought to him for us ammo, so he distributed it. So in other words when booty was brought in, what did the Prophet sallallaahu Selim do? He distributed it amongst the believers because this is what he would do always for our authority Jalan so he gave it to some men with a rockery Jalan and he left some others, he gave it to some companions and some other companions and he did not give anything to them. For Bella who, so

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it reached him meaning this news reached him that anila Dena taraka, that those people whom he left meaning he did not give anything to them are taboo. They got upset, they got offended, that why did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam not to give us something at least there were human beings, right? The Companions for how many the law? So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he praised Allah, some esna la he then he sent more praise on him the makalah then he said I'm Bardot As for what follows for Allah He for by Allah in Nila orotate radula, I surely give to a person, what other over jeweler and I leave another person, one or the other and the one whom I leave meaning I do not give anything to him. He

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is a horrible, a lot more beloved to me, men than the one who Allah the earthly than the one whom I give to. So yes, I give to some people and I do not give to others, but by Allah, those whom I do not give anything to. They are more beloved to me, than those whom I do give gifts to when I can earthly acquirement but I give to certain people. Why What's the reason Lima because a few kulu Bm mineral jersey will Hillary because I see in their hearts jezza and Heller. Remember these words also come in the Quran in insana Holika Ada masa shabu. So, hello Jesu, these are attributes of people. Generally, what is TJ's are it's the opposite of sub. So Elena, Elena jazira, nam savarna.

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So Jasmine is the opposite of sub sub that is to be patient and desire is to show impatience, whine and complain and fuss and

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this is basically jazza and hello is to be small hearted and to be very, very intolerant to be very greedy. Hello. So because I see this impatience, and this greed in people, this is why I give them because if I do not give them they will complain and they will fast and they will keep whining. What akiu acquirement and I leave from work Allah tawakkol Okay, I leave some people Illa Medina, Allah who feel kulu be him. Do that what Allah has placed in their hearts. What is it that Allah has placed in their hearts mean Alina willhave of Lena. What is Lena contempt for human being? Lena is the feeling of contentment that I've heard that a lot I have enough. I don't have any right to

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complain and demand for so Lina self sufficiency as in contentment, while high and good meaning because they are content in their hearts and because they are good natured people. Allah soprano

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Allah has made them such This is why I leave them to these feelings of theirs. And this is why I don't give them because I know they will be patient. Fi him the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said amongst them amongst to such people who are contents and who have good in their hearts. Amongst them is

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live. Amongst them is the province a lot of cinema scene is live. I'm moving who was narrating this Hadees because if you go back to the chain of narration, the akula had done a lot of live. So imagine he's the one who's narrating this because the province of Lausanne publicly praised him. He said follow Allah He so by Allah ma or hibou n Li B Kalamata Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Omar Nam, I do not like to have him on narm such read camels. Instead of these words of praise that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said for me, meaning I would not even take those camels read camels in exchange for the words of Rasulullah sallallahu you give me any amount of wealth, it's not as

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valuable as precious to me. Then these words of the prophets of Allah said them are precious and important to me.

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To have our who Eunice. Now what do we learn in this Hades? Beautiful lesson. First of all the evidence that the prophets have a lot of them said a man borrowed even when it was not a formal hotma meaning okay Juma hope it's understandable that Imam says a MOBA, the hobo have read, you know, of his discard any other hope, but it's understandable that the Imam says I'm about but we see that here the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is saying that even though when it's not a formal hookah, he's just addressing people clarifying, you know, a misconception that they had. So, this is a Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam which must be followed by all those who address others. And

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secondly, of the lessons that we learned in this hadith is first of all, that if there is, you know, some bad feeling that is spreading amongst people, then what is necessary?

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Should it be clarified?

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Should it be clarified? Yes. Why? Why should it be clarified?

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Because it's bad feeling is going to spread. And it's going to get worse over time. Because what happens if a person feels one person feels that you know, this action of such and such person, it wasn't fair. So they feed it in their heart, and they go and talk to someone. And then the news, it spreads and those bad feelings they increase? So what do we learn over here? communication? Because our hearts they must be cleaned for one another. If you don't agree with someone, you know, over the decision that they have made, or the the actions that they have taken, it's necessary for you to communicate with them.

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And if they sense if you feel if you sense that people are not satisfied with the answer that you've given, or they're not satisfied with the decision that you have made, it's your responsibility to clarify to them why you have made that decision. You know, sometimes as a mother, as a parent, it happens that we do something, or we decide something and children don't understand. And they say why, why, why? And what's the typical answer that's given? Because I said so, because I said, so. That's not an acceptable explanation. It's not acceptable. Just the other day, I was reading this article about how you can get children to listen to you. One thing was, get down and look at them in

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the eye so that they can also look at you. Because when they look at someone who's five feet, four feet above them, they cannot communicate better with them. All right, so get down to their level, look at them in the eye, and speak to them. Another tip was that whenever you're telling them something, say, we need to tidy up, because such and such and such and such, give them the reason, even if there are two year old, because when I've tried it, it works. Sometimes you have to give multiple explanations. But it works. Because

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and the thing is that sometimes the other person because of who you are, they'll just accept what you're telling them. But in their heart, they're not happy.

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in their heart, they're not happy. Will you have their trust in the future? No. Will you have their full support in the future? No, you won't.

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You're going to lose them. The prophets a lot. Islam won the hearts of people. And this is how he was a successful leader. He cared about the feelings of other people. You see over here, how much he cared about the feelings of other people. They're not too happy with this decision of mine. Let me clarify things to them. And unfortunately, sometimes you say you know what, this is it. You want to do it, do it. You don't want to do it. Go. We don't show any concern for people's feelings. People are not machines. They're individuals with hearts.

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So many times we learned that when the Prophet sallallahu did something suddenly in the Sahaba, they were surprised at what's going on. The prophets of Allah didn't clarify to them, why he went out of the masjid in a rush. Right? he clarified to them, communicate, care about the feelings of people. And it's not necessary, that once you tell people why you're doing something, they will agree with you. It's not necessary

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that they will always agree with you. But at least they know why you did something, you understand? Because sometimes we don't communicate our out of the sphere there. They don't agree with me, why should I care about them? No, clarify. clarify your position, clarify, you know, your reasoning. And hopefully, inshallah, even if you don't fully agree, even if you're not on the same page, at least you understand each other.

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And at least in the future, you know, the other person better because once we understand each other better, then we can work with one another better also, because of our ignorance of other people, what they like, what they get offended by what they understand and what they find difficult to accept. Because of this ignorance, we deal with people incorrectly. Because you see believers they have to be together, right? Unknown banana muscles. And this banana Marceau's cannot happen, if the hearts are not together, and hearts they cannot be together, unless there is proper communication, and there's concern for the feelings of others.

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You see, over here, the prophets, Allah, Allah said, he did not change his decision.

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You understand? Just because some people felt bad, he didn't say Oh, they got offended, let me take some back from you know, so and so, and give to someone. So, he did not change his decision, what did he do? He just clarified

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and this is all that is needed sometimes. just clarify, tell them why something is happening. And you will notice that when you will start communicating in this way your relationship with your children will improve your spouse will improve your in laws will improve your parents, every relationship will improve through communication and concern for others feelings. Then in this Hadees we also see that the reason why the Prophet sallallahu Sallam gave gifts to people, or he gave money to certain people, and why he did not give to certain others. What was the reason was it always because he loved certain people, and this is why he preferred them, then why?

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Because he knew that if they're not given, they will be upset. So sometimes some people their hearts are weak.

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They need praise. And they need a lot of motivation, continuous support, so that they can stick around. Otherwise, they will not stick around. Like for example, your child is eating. And you know that the moment your child will remember a certain toy, they leave the table, and there's no getting them back on their chair.

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So what do you need to do at that time?

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Just one, you know, word of praise, Masha, Allah, you're eating so well. Just one. And instantly, you know, the child will become more excited about the food and yeah, I'm eating so well, I'm eating so properly, you understand? Sometimes we think No, no, don't praise at all, don't praise because then they will be needy of praise all the time. Don't overpraise but at least acknowledge the good and every child is different, some children, or some people rather, they need praise. That is what you know, moves them. and certain other people, if you praise them, they will break their back in the sense that their their actions will stop. The hate praise, the hate to be acknowledged. They

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just want to stay behind the scenes, right? They want to be an unknown because they're shy, or whatever it is, and they don't like praise. So deal with people. Okay, accordingly. Then we also see that just because a gift is being given to someone, or someone has been given something of this world, something material, it doesn't mean that they are very beloved. Okay? Because this is what we think that if someone is very wealthy, they're successful in the in worldly terms, then Allah must be very happy with them.

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It's not necessary. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam also gave to people whom he didn't really love that much compared to others. He gave them not because he loved them, but in order to satisfy them in order to satisfy those people. Then we also understand over here that people, their nature is different. Everyone is not the same. So don't treat everybody in the same way. Some people, they have Joseph Heller and other people. They

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Have linor they have hide in their hearts. So recognize how people are, and then you'll be able to win their hearts. And then you'll be able to, you know, use them in the best way use them in the best way that not use them in your favor but rather benefit from them.

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Also, we learned this hadith that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam publicly praised one companion,

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didn't he?

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And another occasion, we learned that someone was praised in public and the Prophet sallallahu said, I'm discouraged that, that no, you're breaking the back of your brother. Don't do that. So is this a contradiction?

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No, it's not a contradiction. It just means that in certain situations, public praise is helpful. And in other situations, it is not helpful. It is not good. Over here, why do you think the prophets that a lot of sent appraised are going to be interpreted publicly? What effect Do you think this phrase had on would have been totally he immediately accepted the decision of the Prophet sallallahu. ala, you understand, he immediately accepted was this true praise, of course, because we can only expect honest words from the mouth of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Remember, don't fake, you know, praise and such things because when we fake it, it's very obvious. It's very obvious and

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people dislike it. Just like body language, it can never be faked. It has to be original. It really has to be from your heart. Otherwise, people will pick it up very quickly. And once they pick it up, you've lost you know, all dignity in their sight, basically. So public praise sometimes it is okay, but not all the time.

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Next, Hardee's had this and I have Nobu, Canaan, Carla had done a laser on retailing items she haven't caught up on the aroma to a non volatile and the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, how to do that today let him in joven lane. I should have pulled over on her said that one night the Prophet sallallahu sallam. He went out when Min jiofi lay in the middle of the night. So in the middle of the night, he went out meaning out of his home for Sullivan Masjid. And he prayed in the masjid. So what does it show to us that sometimes the prophets are the loudest and unperformed the night prayer were in his home. And other times were in the masjid

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for salleri Jalan beside it. So some men, they also parade behind the Prophet sallallahu reassignment meeting when they saw him praying for they Why should we pray that Jude separately, let's just follow him.

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And when they began following him, the Prophet Solomon had no choice but to lead them in prayer.

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You understand? Because we learnt earlier in the web concerning imama leading in prayer, that if a person is performing Salah himself individually,

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then another person can join him, you understand, another person can join him. And once he joins him, and the person who was praying first automatically becomes the email and he has no choice. He understand. He has no choice. So whether it is a false prayer or a novel prayer, obviously the intention sometimes they can be different also, you understand? So anyway, the prophets Allah loves him. He's praying, he's solid to lay in the masjid and this Ahava, some of them. They joined him, and they were so happy. The salary Jalan bisola, tea for us by NASA for the high desert. In the morning, the people began talking about this Oh, we prayed behind the prophets of Allah to them in

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the masjid. fajita ma Uk thirimanne home to the next night. More people came for some lewmar who and they prayed with him for us by NASA for the HUD. So then the next morning again, people spoke about it for cateura illumise gd mean elated. That is it. On the third night there were even more people for hora de Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came out for solo beside it. So it shows that they came even before he came out they were as if waiting for the Prophet sallallahu

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ala mechanic Elena to Liberia to when it was the fourth night fourth night in a row. I just had a mosquito an early the masjid it became an Argent from its inhabitants being so many people came that the mustard was full.

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The mustard became full. Had the Hara jelly salata sub, and the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he came out for the fudger prayer

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meeting, people were waiting in the masjid for the prophets, a lot of them to come out to lead them in the night prayer he did not come out. The Masjid was full. He did not come out. When did he eventually come out fudger pray fella cuddle Phaedra then when he completed the budget prayer, awkward Ireland as he faced the people for the Shahada. Then he testified meaning I shadow Allah in the law who I shadow under Mohammed de la pseudo

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The makala Then he said, America do ask for what follows for in the hula mia falaya mechanicum your position was not hidden to me, meaning I knew exactly that you all were gathered over here. And you were waiting for me

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to come out and lead you in the night prayer, let kidney but crushy to I was afraid and to further Aleykum that it will be made mandatory upon you, Father, Jesus, and you would be unable to do it. To have our who Eunice meeting the reason why the prophets of Allah Islam did not come out. fourth night when the mustard was full. That's because he was afraid that if we continue to do this every night, then the sixth prayer is going to become mandatory. And if it becomes mandatory, every night that had the AMA lane, it would not be possible for you for 30 Zoo and how you could do it. You could put it for a month, like the month of Ramadan, but then not the day after.

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Then you need a break for 30 days. So again, over here, what do we see the prophets are the loudest enemies of America? Right? When he was addressing the people, he said my word. So this shows that, especially for hotma Ahmad must be set. What lessons do we learn from this Hadees Now you tell me that it's amazing how it was the habit of the Prophet sallallahu never he was speaking to a group of people, even if it's not a formal hope, but he's speaking to a group of people he began with the praise of Allah. He began with the praise of Allah. So this is something that we need to, you know, practice also, that how considerate Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam was that even though he saw that

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people were very enthusiastic, he knew that they wouldn't be able to do it, you know, for a long time. And this is a reason why even though he must have enjoyed and loved to worship in the masjid in the night with the people, but he did not come out. Why because he wanted the best for his ummah,

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that it also shows the eagerness of the companions. You know what I am amazed by that, okay, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam went to the mosque to pray. But there were some Sahaba over there also,

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for the night prayer,

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for the night pray,

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just imagine how the Sahaba went to the masjid for night prayer.

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And the next day when the news spread,

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more companions came, and then more and then more.

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And we also see here that

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when a person does something regularly,

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regularly, then even though it is not fourth, uniform, General Muslims, it becomes expected of him to continue to do that.

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You understand that after three days, the prophet said, a lot of someone's afraid, not the fourth day, because of the fourth day this happens, then it must be continued on the fifth day, and it must be continued on this, you know, sixth, and seventh and eighth, and it should continue them. Like remember, of the library remodel dinner, and he wished to fast every day. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told him, No, the maximum permission that he gave him was every other day.

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Now, if you think about it, it's not fun to fast every other day. But if a person makes it a habit to fast every other day, then he must continue to do so for the rest of his life. Because when a person begins a good deed, than what does Allah like consistency, consistency, don't start and drop, and then start and drop and drop forever, and then never start again, know, if you've started doing something, now, don't leave it.

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Don't leave it. And you know, even Omar, he used to fast like that every other day, even towards the end of his life, because obviously, this was something that he had started doing and he didn't want to stop. And he would say that I wish I had listened to the Prophet sallallahu sallam,

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that it's difficult for me to do this now. So really, it shows to us that sooner is the best way. It's the most complete way.

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Right? And when we add anything to that, then it makes things difficult for us. But it also teaches us the etiquette that once a person for example, begins the habit of let's say reciting the Quran everyday, one page two pages, then what should they do?

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Continue. If a person develops the habit of fasting, every Monday and Thursday, and you've done that for a month for two months, then you should continue that

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you understand? And Alhamdulillah studying the Quran reflecting upon the Quran, studying its meanings for so long. And what does it benefit the student of knowledge to disconnect with the Quran once once the classes are over? No

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Not discontinue, it should continue in one form or another

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had the center Abuja manakala. Verona sure even on his radio collar or near water and IV homemade in a Saturday they burrow under Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a camara Shia and Baraka. sada that one. One evening the Prophet sallallahu Sallam stood up after the prayer for the Shahada. Then he said the Shahada well it's not Allahu Allah who and he praised Allah soprano Darla. As is his view meaning as Allah deserves to be praised some more color. Then he said, I'm about to ask for what follows that are who have more are we at the cemetery chairman and Abby and it'll be her maiden are going to be a little longer to sell him a call, Umberto who are the new year and so Fianna via

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mobile so basically all of these different chains of narration they all show that the prophets are a lot of them said a motherboard had nothing to do man call it an issue a berners Lee you call it you know, Hussein in the midst would have named Muhammad katakana Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for Samaritan who hated the Shahada yakun he said the prophets are a lot of them stood up and I heard him at the time when he was testifying, he said a man buried diver whose way Do you honestly have that and is married to a man called Santa you've never seen had the ternary crema to any of our best rodeo. laguan Houma Otto sorry, then the visit Allahu alayhi wa sallam a member of the Prophet

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sallallahu Sallam ascended the member. What kind of made you listen, and this was the last gathering janessa who in which he sat meaning which he attended. Without the funding and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he had, he was wrapped up with Manhattan with a rapper, meaning a large rapper, alum and Cuba, he upon his shoulders, meaning he had this blanket, or big sheet or something with which he was wrapping himself, meaning he was covering himself. And you can imagine when would a person do that? When you're not feeding, but when you're cold,

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other also about sahoo. And he had tied his head also very solid, and with a band, that was the schema that was oily,

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meaning some some oil or something had been applied on his head on his forehead, and His head was also wrapped with it with a band and what does that show?

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headache or fever or something like that? For how many the law but in this state also he praised en la la, la la, he, he praised him. He glorified him so much that he said, a union so Elijah or people come to me when you come closer. Why do you think he said that? Exactly. So that the closer people are, the better they'll be able to hear him. Otherwise you would have to raise his voice for taboo lie so they all came to him close to him. So makalah Then he said, I'm about to ask for what follows for in the Heather Hagerman Ansari Yaki Loon. He said, Indeed, this height of the unsought they're going to reduce high is the inhabited area

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where people are living or a sub tribe is living. High is also used for a group of people a sub tribe.

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So basically he was implying that the unsolved, the unsolved, they're going to reduce overtime.

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Work thoroughness and the people are going to increase meaning other people are going to increase so basically the face of Medina is going to change the original inhabitants, the helpers, those who assisted the prophets, a lot of them soon, they're going to reduce the other population is going to increase more people are going to come into Medina

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famine, Walia, Shay and then whoever is given authority of anything, minute Almighty Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from the oma of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam meaning whoever is given charge, whoever is given rule, first the Torah and he is able to do Rafi hadn't to harm anyone. Oh yen for a fee hidden or benefit anyone? Meaning he's given such a position in which he can harm people he can also benefit people eating such authority and rule a person is given full Jaco Bellman morosini him where the jail was on we'll see him Then how should he deal with the people especially the unsolved How should you deal with them? He should accept from their Merson meaning anyone who

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does stand amongst them, he should accept that

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accepted, meaning encouraging, acknowledging where the journalists and we'll say him and being human. If the people under him make any mistake, any error, then what should he do? The leader the one in charge, he should deal with them with forgiveness.

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Meaning you should excuse them. So in this hadith again, what do we see the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? He said a mobarak. Now, especially who is mentioned in this hadith? The answer that in the last gathering, but the Prophet sallallahu attended, what did he do? He advised his companions to be good towards the onslaught. Why? Because he received good treatment from them,

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didn't he? His companions, those who migrated from Makkah, they all received good treatment from the answer. So much so that the answer would prefer them why God over themselves, they prefer the profits of a lot of them over themselves. And it is only fair that if someone has done your send to you, you do your sent to them, you do not forget their son.

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You understand? You do not forget their accent. And it's possible that the people who come after you, they don't understand, because they weren't there.

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You know, a particular person helped you. So what is your duty to teach her children that so and so helped me, so and so helped us so you better be good towards them?

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You understand? Because many times it happens that our family members, they don't always understand why we care so much about a particular individual, or a particular cause. They don't get it. They think their mother has gone crazy or their sister, you know, she's lost her mind. And this is not normal. Why is this going on? Tell them

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that I gained this from so and so. They assisted me in my time of need.

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I I learned my Deen over here, and this is why these people are of value to me. This is why this place is precious to me. So advise them and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did the same thing. He advised the companions that anyone who's placed in charge, then he should accept the son of the unsolved and any any evil meaning any bad, because obviously there are human beings are bound to make mistakes, then he should ignore that. Why should he ignore that? Simply because of the fact that the answer helped Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. They helped the companions. And this shows to us that if someone has done ersan to us in the past, should we forget it?

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No, we should not forget it.

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It was the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that if someone did a favor to them, did a favor to him. He would not forget it. He would give them back in one way or another.

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Just recently, I watched this video actually of this child who was stealing, you know, some medication. And the pharmacist or the doctor, whoever got really upset and beating the child up. And there was this poor man nearby, you know, with a small restaurant. And when he saw that this child is stealing medication, he understood that there's something wrong here. So he went up with the child and he asked him that, who's sick. And the child said my mother. So he gave the money the man he gave the restaurant owner, he gave the money to the pharmacist. And he ordered, you know, in his restaurant that, you know, some soup he prepared and he gave it to the child's free medication and

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30 years later, the same man in his restaurant, all of a sudden he fell, fell unconscious, taken in for treatment. And the bill was more than what he could afford. So basically, his daughter had two books, the restaurant for sale in order to pay the bill.

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And what happened when she was obviously in that state worried that where am I going to get this money from? That's This is it. You know, my life has over 30 years of running this restaurant, it's finished. What happened? She finds a note, all dues paid 30 years ago, because that child became the doctor who treated that restaurant owner.

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Hmm. So never hesitate showing your son to someone. And when someone has done your Santa you never forget.

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Never forget that. And this is a beautiful lesson, a very, very important lesson. You know, when parents pass away?

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What is one of the best ways of continuing to do better with them being good towards

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their relatives and their friends, their relatives and their friends. Because if they were alive, and they saw you doing good to their friends, how would they feel? Really good.

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Exactly. Once a man came to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he said I've committed a big sin. The prophets that allows him asked him Do you have a mother? He said she passed away. He asked him Do you have a holla and aren't? And he said yes. So the profits are a lot of them said too good to her.

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So we see this in the overseer of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also, that when he was advising his companions, he advised them that whoever is made in charge and who was made in charge after the prophets, who was the halifa avacado, after Baba Curatola Rama after him earthman after him early. Now all the first 400 was where they were headed he. So this was a clear indication this Hadees that Hilla for was to be given to the margerine not the answer. And it had different reasons because the Arabs in general would only accept someone from Makkah. Right not because the prophets or Allies had a bias against the unsought but he advised the companions do good to the unser

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Bab car that he Beynon hot Bethenny, Yeoman jamara

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sitting by a hot button between the two of us Yama jamara, on the day of Juma meaning the Imam when he's giving the husband, where is he giving? Where's he standing on the member, and he's standing. So while he's giving the HIPAA, what should he do? He should give a pause in the middle so that the hookah is divided into two parts. And during that pause, what should the Imam do? He should sit down because he has been standing. So you should sit down and take a break. But that break? How should it be one hour, two hours long? Three days long, no few moments and then get up again.

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Taking a break is necessary in anything that you're doing. The weekend, one day, right? A few minutes here an hour to here. It's natural, it's necessary. Because when you're doing something for so long, then you're bound to get tired and exhausted.

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Right. So when you take a break that helps you perform better.

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It refreshes you rejuvenates you but that break should not be so long that it gets difficult for you to get back into work mode again. Had this animal said that in Colorado is an additional movable, Colorado scenario obey the law are not fair in our Villa Kala cannon abuse Allahu alayhi wa sallam El Nido Mahatma tiny Yakubu bayda Houma. He said the prophets Allah said would give to what was and he would sit between between both of them, meaning between the two hoppers he would sit briefly.

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Now notice over here, yellow button which hookah is this?

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We're saying do more because this is in Qatar will do more

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majority of the scholars have said this is Juma culpa. Okay? Because from other reports, this is what we see. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam did do help us in between the two helpers a, a brief setting, when it comes to

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how many helpers are there, one helper, there is one narration in which we learned that two helpers were done in between the two hoppers was a sitting, however, that narration is weak. All right, so eath Hopper, how many one hoppers not two is this are also selected is this cough, the hot offer that is also one, but jumar? How many two. And also, we learned a notion that the prophet SAW a lot of sudden he would, he would, when he would ascend the member, he would remain sitting until the event would complete the other,

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then he would stand up in order to give the hotbar then he would sit down in order to take a break, and he would be silent during that failure to calm he would not speak and then he would stand up again in order to give the second hook. So this shows to us that between the two hoppers, what should be done

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silence should be maintained by the email and also by those who are present listening. Bob St. Mary in a hot body listening to the hotbar and St. Mary is what kind of listening

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had done Adam Carolla had the honor to be the winner and his re and Avi Abdullah him.

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And Abby who later on lotta katakolon abuse Allahu alayhi wa sallam either Cana Yama Giamatti. He said that when it is the day of Friday, welcome Fatima equal to the angels stand Allah bevill Masjid on the door of the masjid Yak to buena they are writing a wonderful

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one by one meaning the first one first, what does that mean?

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That as the people are coming in whoever comes in first His name is written first and whoever comes in second His name is written. Second, whoever is coming in third. His name is written. Third, allow one fell away. Who am I? Mohamed Jerry and the example of them who had Jerry Who is the one who comes at the time

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Have the hygiene, the hygiene. Sorry hedger.

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More hygiene is one who does the hygiene meaning the one who comes at the time of hygiene and what is that to go at a time when it's really hot. So basically the sun is

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where at its zenith, so right at noon time, now you know that zohore begins when after noon time, correct. And that is when tomorrow will be performed. You understand? So the Mahajan is the one who is coming early when it's really hot in the senate at the time have had your before as well. So the example of the one who comes early commercially is like the one who allele you de vedana like the one who offers as heady a bandana, what is heavy

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sacrifice, okay, a sacrificial animal that is sent were

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to the Carbo Hadean, valuable Kaaba, howdy that is made to reach the Kaaba. So not just an ordinary sacrifice, but a sacrifice that is sent to the Kaaba and it is slaughtered over there. It is offered over there. And he is sending what a bandana What is it better than a camel.

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So much than the one who comes a little after him is called Larry like the one who use the Baccarat, the one who sends a cow. So my caption, then a cup ihram, some other judge, then a chicken, some availa, then an egg for either holiday emammal. Then when the Eman comes out, though well, so for whom the angels wrap up their clothes there. So

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there's curls in which they were recording the names their sheets, Western Europa League, and they listen to the hotbar attentively.

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So what do we learn in this Hadith, that if the angels are listening to the hotbar, attentively, and they don't even write the names of people who are coming in anymore?

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What does it mean for us

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that when we are attending Juma should we be writing the whole panel? Should we be taking notes, should we be checking our phone and sending text messages? Should we be talking to each other?

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know, if the angels are listening attentively than the same as for us, we must also leave everything even writing, even eating and drinking, leave everything and listen to the heartbeat.

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Follow the angels yesterday,

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you know what the angels are attracted to? What they cola anything that is good, that is what they like. So much. So that if there is a gathering in which they can is being done the angels, they call each other, come here, come here, this is where the good is going on. And so many angels, they cover that gathering, so much so that the angels, they reach up to the skies. When when a righteous soul is taken, and the angels of death. They're taking that soul up through the sky. What happens? The angels over there, they're welcome.

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They welcome the arriving soul. And they all you know, they escort the soul from one summit to the next.

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Because if there's anything good, anything good, the angels will go there.

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Right? So this is why we know that this is good listening to the hotbar is good. Because the angels are listening to it. What if it's in a different language that you don't understand? Still it is good. What have you done like the healthy

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still it is good.

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Unfortunately, it happens many times you know the whole pie is going on, people consider that to be a waste of time.

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That Come on shorten it finish it already. They consider it to be a waste of time. So they are doing their own accord at that time or they're reciting the Quran, or they are talking to each other. Or some people, they they think that it's a gathering of seeking knowledge. So they start taking notes.

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You're not allowed to even take notes during

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Salaam Alaikum. We have to be example for kids. I remember this model I think my daughter I remember last June, I was

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a woman she came and asked another woman it is yours. She's talking and the woman she's just looking straight. She's not talking. So she takes from that lesson from that woman. She's like she isn't allowed to talk in the gym. I tell her many time and she used to chat with her friend. Now she's like she said if you see that much you're not talking. So this is the best way of teaching that if somebody is even talking

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Do you don't even look at them? You don't even look at them. And sometimes it may seem like rude or the other person might get offended, or they're asking you, is this your bag? Is somebody sitting here? But still nothing? You know? What if it's somebody's bag, they know or inshallah they'll find out. And if it's somebody spot, no spots are reserved in the masjid, right. So everything, everything becomes secondary, when the whole fight is going on, yes, then we own it.

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And then you should not say to them Be quiet.

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You should not say to them be quiet as we will learn. Because the harm of telling someone Be quiet, is that you lose the reward of drama,

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you lose the reward of jumar. It's as if you did not gain anything, it doesn't mean that it was nullified. And you have to go perform tomorrow again, or that you have to perform. So that does look good. No, it just means that you didn't get much from it from that entire effort. So you don't tell anybody at that time to be quiet. But let's say you are not performing Salah.

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Right? It happens sometimes women, they are at the masjid, they're not praying. And they see children talking, for example, should they go and tell them?

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You know, for that kid in authority, because if the reminder is going to benefit, then remind

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you understand? So if it's a two year old child that's constantly crying, or talking, is there any point in telling them be quiet?

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up probably make more noise by telling them to be quiet,

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isn't it?

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Likewise, if there is an individual, and they have been told once, or somebody gave them a look, okay, and they should have gotten the message. But you see, this is their habit,

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then should you make more noise by telling them to be quiet? No. And you see, it's always helpful to review the rules of going anywhere before going there.

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Sometimes we take it for granted, that everybody knows what the rules are. But it's important to review them every now and then.

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Like, for example, recently, we had to go to the hospital frequently. So every time we will go I would remind my children, you know, we have to look at things but not touch them. Because imagine all this equipment attached to the person on the bed and children get excited and they're pulling a plug here and touching the equipment it could be really, really dangerous. So we would review all the rules, of course, they would forget, because children are bound to forget, but reviewing each time was helpful. eventually they'll get it

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are fixing stuff. So, this might be we think we thinking but the person sitting beside it we might disturb him.

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So, the thing is that you cannot listen attentively if your body is moving in order to listen attentively your entire body has to be involved. So if you're continuously playing with your jewelry or you know your bag or something, then you are distracted, it will affect your listening

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why is it that we have been told not to even say to another person be quiet because you're going to miss something out remember what happened with a smile The longer

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she went to tell the women be quiet and she missed the hotbar so she had to ask eyeshadow on what did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam say.

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So, why is it that we have been told to not say anything even be quiet to another person who's talking because we will lose something we will lose their award we will lose the edge we will lose the in the reminder. So for our own good

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be silent right. And also one more thing in Buhari earlier we learned that when a person goes to the masjid he should not clasp his fingers together

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you understand that fingers they should not be fingers of one hand should not be inserted into the between the fingers off the other hand.

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You understand this is something that is not allowed. You can do this but after the prayer.

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Okay, so many times during the hotel because we're sitting for so long, we end up sitting like this.

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Okay, or we start playing with our fingers cracking our knuckles and biting our nails or something like that playing with the hands should be avoided or sitting with legs propped up even that should not be done. Meaning sitting in such a way that the legs are propped up in front of a person. Okay, so that he has his arms wrapped around the legs, okay, and the fingers are generally clasp together in this position. So this is something that should be avoided because it shows that a person is sitting there.

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You don't look attentive. And it's very, very disrespectful towards the man to sit in this manner

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that a person has sittings. Okay.

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In front of the Ma'am, okay, finish already so that we can pray so that we can go. It's not good body communication.

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Now, one more thing I'd like to say here before we continue that as women, many times in most massages, yes, we're not able to see the Imam and the Imam is not able to see us. But that does not mean we can sit however we want and we can talk however we want. And we can talk while a speech is being given. This is extremely disrespectful.

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The hookah is going on, people are praying and the women who are not praying, what are they doing?

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constantly talking, talking, talking, talking? Is this the other of the mustard?

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Is this good other towards the Imam, the hotter you know, it's very disrespectful. And even if it is not Jehovah, if an announcement is being made, if a Hanukkah is being conducted, if during Ramadan, between the taraweeh prayers, usually a small huddle is given, even during that unfortunately women talk a lot, that the voice of the man is completely drowned. This is extreme disrespect, not just to the Imam, but to what Vicar.

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We are disrespecting the vicar, who's the Allah if we're talking at that time.

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So, this is something that we must refrain from and remind one another off, that when the hook by is going on, please refrain from talking when a speech is being given refrain from talking, when an announcement is being made refrain from talking.

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There is a difference of opinion concerning this Some said that it should only be in Arabic, but others said that for the purpose of reminding people and if they do not understand Arabic, then it can be in a different language as long as the other components are present, which components recitation of a few ayat or reading a few is the hump Center at the beginning of art, okay to help us, then the hope is complete.

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You understand?

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Also, this Hadees shows to us the importance of going early.

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That if you go early Your name is written and if you go late,

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then what

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your extra reward is gone.

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Because the one who goes early, it says though he is performing to worry about that.

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How that he is coming for salah and be

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the reward of sacrificing an animal sending it to Makkah is being recorded because of the person who's coming early. He is really performing an act of worship that is Bettany as well as Melly through his money also how he's leaving work early.

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Right? He could have built an extra hour at work,

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but he is going early. So Allah will definitely appreciate that.

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Why not was an alarm and probably in Hades, we learned about that that said that the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he sat on the member and address the people and he recited a verse. And that's it. That way even car was next to me. So I said to him obey. When was this ayah revealed?

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But obey even carb refused to speak to me. So I asked him again. And he refused to speak to me until the prophets Allah Islam came down from the member meeting the hotel was over. Then they said to me, You have gained nothing from your jumar except idle talk.

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You have gained nothing except long when the prophets that a lot of them had finished the prayer

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that he said I went to him and I told him what happened. And he said obey was right. When you hear your Imam speaking, then keep quiet and listen attentively until he has finished

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and there's a hadith and Muslim class to serve as a Hey, by Giovanni

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What if a person sneezes

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the person sitting next to you they sneeze? And they say Alhamdulillah?

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Should you say your honkala that time are your homework killer? No.

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You don't you don't respond to them at that time. What if somebody is coming in? And you see them and they see you hooked by is going on? happens? Right? You make eye contact with someone? So should you say

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and should they say why they consider or the person who's walking into the masjid while the whole play is going on? Should they say Assalamu alaykum everybody know? But isn't it like the hug of a Muslim?

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Not while the hookah is going on. You see everything becomes secondary. You cannot greet someone you cannot respond to the greeting. You don't say your hummocky love to your sister when they sneeze.

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Shampoo never say mean said that. It is how long to give salon

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During the Friday,

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because the game is clear, you're not allowed to talk. There's so many evidences would show that the Prophet sallallahu is and he made this clear to the people and the Sahaba. Also, they acted upon this so much so that they wouldn't answer the person sitting next to them. So it is not permissible for one who enters the masjid while the amendments delivering the hookah to give salah and it is also forbidden to return the greeting. You don't return the greeting at that time. There is one exception that is made in the case of you know, speaking to the Imam or the Imam speaking to someone, okay, during the hot one. So the mom is given the hook but a person comes in and he says

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something to the Imam should he do that? No, technically, you should just be listening to the haka. You're not allowed to talk to other people and you're not allowed to talk to the mom either. Likewise, the Imam, what is he supposed to be doing giving the hotbar but can he pauses hotma and say something else? Can he

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like, Oh, it's raining outside? Can he can he say something like that? No, he cannot. But there's just one exception.

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And what is that? Let's find out. Bab era al imamura jhulan Jia Hua Hua Tobu. Amara, who are you Sally arakata in

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either lmm when the Imam sees Rajan, amen. JACK who has just come while we, while he's giving the hookah so the amount is giving the hookah and he sees that a man has just walked into the masjid. So the Imam Amara who he ordered him who the person was just walked in a new salia rock I think that he should perform to the car before sitting down.

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Remember that remodel? dillo on who he was giving the

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mandible on who came and he asked him Is this the time to come linger late and it responded the low on who answered back. So you see how the hookah was stopped? And some you know a conversation took place. So, when is this permissible? Had this an abnormality or had definite or normative needed you now on Jabba diviner of dilla Kala Girard, you don't want to be a sort Allahu alayhi wa sallam you have to banessa Yama jamara

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A man came while the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was giving the hope to the people and the day of Friday for Carla so the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said a lady Avalon or so and so have you prayed

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Allah Allah He said no, come home for car.

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He said stand up and perform yourself meaning before sitting down.

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Now these two record profits are a lot of them told this man to perform which to where they have the Heyerdahl machine because remember, there is no total car before select to do more.

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Okay, the two records are which ones have the hesston Masjid and based on this some orlimar they said that the halal mustard is legit.

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Because a YG will only be left for something Why do you what is why are you

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listening to the hookah?

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remaining quiet leaving everything and just listening to the hookah. But the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told him to leave that YG Why? In place of something else that was watching. So he told him get up and pray to

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you understand. And once one of the companions he came to the masjid to speak to the prophets, a lot of them because they had made this transaction on the journey. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam bought his camel from him and he said I'll give you the money.

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So that so heavy that young Sahaba he came to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to take the money.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to him pray first, and then we'll talk.

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He came that that's a hobby game, not for a footballer for Jamal. But he came why to take his money. But the problem is that a lot of them told him pray first. So what does this teach us that anytime we go to the masjid even when it is not for the purpose of prayer?

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What if it's for Hanukkah? What if it's for some other reason, even then, what should be done first to the car even if the whole point is going on?

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Like I mentioned to you that these two locard were off the here Tomasi because there are no two rocker before salata anymore. In this, we learned that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to come out of his house on the day of tomorrow, and go up on his member, then then would give the event and when he finished the prophets that a lot of them would start his hope. But the real amount said that if there were any similar prayers to be done before jamara, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would have told him about it, and he would have directed them to do it after the event, but he didn't. Right. And we learned that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he would perform to the car after Salah to do more

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when when he went home. So how many of the cards total for do with the email and two after And what about the two before. That's the hidden messages.

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is a must. So I have to brave to rock in the morning when I came out already pray to Allah so I have to pray well that's that's enough because you're in the same building. So in the morning you came, you know, you pray to the guy in the masjid and that's why every time you go to the masjid, it doesn't mean that you have to pray each time. Okay? Because you are still in the building, even though you're not in the masjid area, but this is all in a way one. Now, we see here that it is permissible for the Imam to speak at the member about something which is not related to the hotbox. Okay, about something which is not related to the hookah. But when when there is some Muslim or when

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there's, you know, some benefit, some intended benefits something good that you that needs to be done. Now, when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us men pray to dakara, this man learned, first of all the importance of praying to Dhaka and those Sahaba, who were present over there, they also understood

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because when something is coming from the member, then the message goes to

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everybody. Whereas when something is done in a class studied in the class, it's only

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restricted those individuals. But remember, jumar It's a large gathering, everybody's supposed to come people from far and wide. So then the message it goes public. So, if there is something necessary, that must be taught, because otherwise people will misunderstand,

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okay, or people will, they will not be following the Sunnah, then it must come from the member. But this does not mean that every few minutes, the Imam is stopping to hope and say, whether you will to turn your phone off. And you also said property once or twice, you know, every few months, it's okay. But every other no hotbar or every few minutes, this is not correct. So the Imam should not begin casual conversation. And it should only be in cases of extreme necessity. checkup never say mean said that it is not permissible for the man to say anything that serves no purpose.

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Rather, it should be for a reason connected with the prayer or other suitable topics.

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Now, you know, for example, it may happen that the Imam is given to hook by and all of a sudden, the microphone

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breaks down. It's not working. so in this situation, he says out loud with his voice that it's okay things are, you know, in control, and we will begin shortly or we will conclude the hotel over here and begin the prayer or he's speaking to the engineer, you know, the IT guy, it's perfectly fine.

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You understand, but it doesn't mean that a casual conversation takes place. So if you happen to be in a Masjid where this happens, don't think your Jamaat is

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invalidated. Okay.

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Also, we see that the prophets that a lot of them corrected someone in public.

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in public, he corrected him.

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So is it okay to do that?

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That there's two ways, there's two situations one is that when you correct someone in public, everybody will learn from that.

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And the other is that you correct the person for something that concerns only them.

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Okay, and it will only cause them to be humiliated in front of everybody. That should be avoided.

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Now, for example, in a class, one student is constantly talking,

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okay. Now, how should the teacher correct the student one is that they ignore

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what's another way, look at them so that the student gets the message. But if you notice, as a teacher, that one student is talking and now because of them, three rows behind another student is talking. And then across from them do more students are talking so you see, it's spreading than it needs to be stopped. Then students may be told, okay, their name may be called out, for example, but on every little thing, on every little thing, don't call out people by name and embarrass them.

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You understand? And the reason why I'm telling you this is because inshallah, in the future anywhere you know, you are conducting any session anything. Don't think that just because something wrong is being done, you have the right to call out their name or that individual and embarrass them in public. Only when you see that their actions are disturbing everybody, or they're causing everybody to take that class casually, then you need to correct them.

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Then we also see over here that the prophet SAW a lot of them told this individual to perform the prayer. Now if the hookah is going on and this person is performing to lockup, how long should those two tokens

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Be very long,

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short, okay? So it's okay to perform short. You know a very short prayer sometimes.

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Especially the here the masjid.

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Okay? Secondly, the Sunnah of budget, because that was a way of the prophets have allowed us to do very, very short laqad, in which the first rocker he would recite Alia yoga, and the second one he would recite. Quran Allah had. Thirdly, the first doodle card of selected Lady of the night prayer.

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The first word of god of the night prayer, the hedges, how should they be? Short?

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Because this is how the prophets have a lot of time used to perform his Sunnah the first two were short, and the second do longer longer. Is there any benefit in this?

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You slowly build up the energy and stress man.

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Exactly. That what happens is that if the first two are long, then would you have the motivation to perform to more? No, you won't, because you will be tired. But when you start with something easy, then because you have accomplished too, then what happens? You get this motivation, you know what? To more? And then two more. And then finally, you reach this on now. Right? Meaning a trigger,

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which I'm saying, of course, so the best way is actually to come? A lot. Definitely. But if it happens, how can I get back to the horseshoe and forget about that moment? The thing is that these days 100 and let the voice of the man is so loud, that no matter where you go in the masjid, you will hear the email. Right? Well, hamdulillah that is also a blessing. Otherwise women would never be able to hear the man.

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The thing is that because it is too short record, you're not praying for very long.

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This is why if you don't have 100% assure, no. It's almost as though it's understood that it's not going to be possible. Right? Because the hope is going on. You can't possibly have your mind in two places. And you're not required to pay attention to the hope at that time. You should you should be focused in the prayer, but there will be situations when you won't be able to because the hope is loud. Right. so in this situation, obviously just perform your prayer to the best of your ability. But the Hola, Mr. Darko.

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Yeah, that when you start with to light look out for the hedges, you know, at least you've accomplished something like from others that happens there maybe walk up or they have to go do something. So at least you've accomplished you record fourthly do record of the love they should also be short and fifth whenever there is a need to do that. This may be performed in a brief manner meaning short, bad Mangia will mmm we have to salado Kartini haviv attain the one who came while the Imam is giving a hookah Salah he prays according to the cartography for attain quick light. How does an alley ignore the lair Kala Hadassah sufian and Omron semirara jabiru, Colorado, Colorado neoma.

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Giamatti when abeles Allahu alayhi wa sallam he is. A man came while the Prophet said a lot of time was was giving the hook but on the day of Friday for color, so he said so later Have you preyed upon Allah He said no color for Salah riccarton he said then perform to the car, but roughly adeiny for raising the hands during the

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why for the purpose of making da so the Imam raising his hands during the holtville for the purpose of making

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da da da da da hermeto zaidan and abdulazeez on NSE one Eunice and saboten and NSN call availa interviews Allahu Allah you send me off to boo Yama Juma? It was once while the prophets on a lot of Satan was giving the hotel on the day of Friday is camara June, when a man got up for color and he said, Imagine what was going on. And this man says all of a sudden he stood up and he said Yasuda Allah Allah sudama helical Kuru

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halakhah. It has died ulquiorra horses, meaning our horses are dying, well, halakhah shadow and the sheep are also dying federal law. So please call upon Allah make law as piano that he gives us rain. From a day a day he said the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he stretched out his hands whether and he made dua.

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Now remember that this was an exceptional situation. This was not the habit of the Prophet sallallahu sent that every time he gave hope. But he stretched out his hands and he made the law. You know a public law congregational law

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No, it was not his habit. But he did it sometimes, not all the time, sometimes. So this is why, first of all, we learned that to make this a practice of making congregational drop all the time, this is a beta, it is an innovation.

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You understand that everybody together, you know, for example, at the end of every class,

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if I raise my hands and you raise your hands, and I made the wire and you said, I mean, I mean, I mean, and we went on like this for 510 minutes, and we did this after every class,

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then this would be wrong, it would be a bit out because this contradicts the way of the profits of the bonus. However, once in a while, if it happens, like for example, let's say a group of students have been studying the Quran, they completed surah ness from Fatiha to unece and now, obviously, their hearts are, you know, full of amazing, you know, feelings of joy of happiness, they want to, you know, make light that time. So, if at that time draw is made, is that a better? No, it is not a bitter, because we see that in large congregations, large congregations, like, for example, what are the prophets on a lot of them say that even women who are not praying or menstruating should go and

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be a part of the DA?

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You understand? So, sometimes once in a while, it is okay. But all the time, it is not okay.

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Clear. So if let's say you go to a gathering, it's a big event and over there is made don't say, Oh, bilities

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No, don't don't say that.

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It's once in a while thing.

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Okay, good question. That what if the law is being made together? For the purpose of learning? Is that something wrong? No, it is not wrong at all. Because you are reading it together for the purpose of memorization, to make sure that everybody knows the law. And everybody gets to say it and practice it. Because the more you practice, the better you get it.

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You understand. So for example, when your teacher, she makes you memorize the hours in class, and she says, make the door don't just say it.

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So at that time, should you sit down and I shouldn't be making the door because that will be bigger, it's not a bigger because obviously, you are saying it for the purpose of practice, for memorization for correct pronunciation, but it shouldn't be that you're just saying the words without even feeling. So for example, at the end of a class at the end of a HELOC, I use a mere last panel, Darla, you know, give us the trophy to benefit from what we have learned. Is there anything wrong in this? No, there isn't. There isn't. As long as it's, you know, one sentence said in the middle of conversation, okay, there is nothing wrong with that, but to make that door go on and on and on,

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either at the beginning of the hotbar or at the end of the hook, but that is when it becomes a problem.

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One more thing, in this Hadith, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, Medina de he, he stretched out his hands and he made

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what do we learn from this that when making the law, it is permissible to stretch out your hands. Okay. But

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again, it is not a condition for

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you understand it is not a condition and are these we learn, we want to serve and makes the body no stretch down his hands and I'd love for you to try to return him empty handed. So because of this, the runner Matt said it is Mr. hub, it is better to lift up your hands, stretch them out and then make the out but it is not a condition.

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Okay, and this is why it should not be made mandatory. That when it comes to thinking about draw instantly you think about hence, no.

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Draw, enhance, are not meant to be always together. Okay? You can also make draw without raising your hands.

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It's not necessary. So for example, you're attending their

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draw is being made for example, is it necessary for you to raise up your hands lift up your hands? No, it's not necessary. Right? Especially when you're in a position of teaching others then it's better that sometimes you don't raise your hands. Okay?

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It's okay. You're teaching your child how to make law when you'll make your out loud your child will also learn in fact, you should make your dog out loud sometimes, especially in front of your children so that they also know that for every little thing we should be asking Allah subhanaw taala you know, like the Prophet sallallahu Sallam made the offer certain young companions allama factor hufa Dean, are limited when he could have made the Torah

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Silently himself, but he made the thought in front of the young boy. Because imagine how a child would feel their eyes be made for me.

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And do that with children. May Allah you know make your reciting of the Quran May Allah give you may you become Haffield.

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You know, make these laws for your child in front of them, it will motivate them. It's beautiful, that then children also learn that when you want to appreciate someone make law for them,

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you're not able to return the sandbag. But if you make the tour from the heart, they will be always remember was my small things make me this she made me that's huge. So sometimes if you compare whatever you do, it's nothing compared of that why you match them exact. Don't be stingy with giving to other people Dracula for the reminder.

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Also, one more thing I want you to notice here, the prophets are a lot of service giving cultivar. And this randomly a man stands up.

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And he starts complaining. And from other studies, we learned that he was a veteran.

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And the Prophet sallallahu just said, he made dawn right away.

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You know, recently I was listening to a recording the other lecture that my mother gave in a city where different languages spoken.

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But people also are familiar with.

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She's giving her lecture and people who are giving comments or questions they were getting the microphone. Because there's one lady she got the microphone and she started talking in her own language. And she went on for, I think about over a minute or two or something.

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And it was as though she was giving a lecture literally as if she was adding to the lecture.

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And I was just listening, amazed that what's going on.

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And my mother when she when that lady finished her her talk. And my mother said, Does Akela Ohio. And then she just continued.

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And I like if if something like that happens.

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What would we do?

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Next is to please, you're not giving a lecture here. Turn the mic off somebody take the mic away from them, somebody else tell them to sit down and be quiet. Understand people there all types of people.

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Right. And this man he requested make the law and the prophets of Allah sent him immediately. He raised his hands and he made Dora.

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And in the next Hadees we will learn how when the prophets or the laws are made law, there was not a cloud in sight.

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But before he entered the prayer, it was already raining.

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It was already raining. That though I was immediately accepted and it rained for an entire week, to the point that next Juma that same man or somebody else in his place, they said that please, too much rain to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam again we are Aloha, mahalo Elena and Arlene. And then the rain instantly stopped. So respond to them. Don't say okay, even if you have it the profits of the foot, but it is not disappointing the person right? He's making the wrong Yeah, but sometimes if people ask coming, ask for something. I mean, respond to them. And is it okay to ask others to make girl

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But this man is asking the Prophet sallallahu Sallam to make. It's okay. However, it doesn't mean that just because you asked him you don't make the law yourself.

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You have to make the law yourself also. Because unfortunately, this belief has become very common. My dogs are not heard. I'm too sinful. I'm too far from Allah.

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Why would he listen to me? So that's why I need to take the vasila of so and so and I need to ask so and so to make sure. You know when a person thinks like that he's actually thinking very bad about Allah soprano.

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It's, it's so a one with Allah, that Allah will not listen to me. And it's actually, you know, this is this is actually reducing the Huq of Allah. Right have is good to hear of Islamophobia of his command, that you did not recognize who your Lord is. Who do you think he is that you have to turn to others?

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Not making direct?

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Yes, remember that when he is five? They wouldn't make themselves and they would just go on asking musar isn't a Motorola Moto book Motorola, no book. So it's perfectly fine. To request others. remember me in your prayers, the Prophet sallallahu Some even said that to her moto little on who? But it doesn't mean that you stop making by yourself. You need to make it yourself also. Anyway, we should conclude here so panicle locomobi have the ignition to La ilaha illa Anta the Sofitel Kona to bootleg a Santa Monica hora de la vaca

Lesson 134 – Chapter 29-34 Hadith 923-932

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