Taimiyyah Zubair – Bukhari 135 The Book of Friday Hadith 933 941

Taimiyyah Zubair
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Is this Cory Phil hot, sweaty, Yeoman Giamatti and it's this talk. What does it mean? To seek to ask for rain? Water? Literally That's the meaning right? Because if this is defiled, it gives me enough fodder. Okay? And supplier. sappy who is it water Bringer? Right sacking is who the one who brings water. So it's this call to ask for water.

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So, the Salah of his discord or the drama of his discord is Prayer For Rain, when there is a famine when there is a drought. So what is it that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did? in his lifetime? He performed Salatu Is this our or humidor for rain? So Can this be done fill Hope it during the hookah Yama Juma on the day of Friday, can this be done? Yes. Because hopper What is it essentially, it is Vicar of Allah. Right? And Vicar includes da. So during the hotbar if there is a need to make law, can that be done? Yes, because that is also remembrance of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So is this article about the Yama Giamatti? What's the evidence of this had the Sunnah Ebrahim of Normandy,

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kala had doesn't actually Kala had definite abramelin Kala had destiny is how could not have the Magna Carta, under Sydney medical and even manic reported this. And remember that unexplained medical Allahu anhu when he was with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, how old was he? He was very young, he was a teenager, right? Because when he was at the age of 10 years old, his mother brought him to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, so that he would be his servant. Right? So if it happened during those years, so it was any time after he was 10 years old. So this is basically something that was seen by a child. So and has been radical below and who reported Allah He said, I saw that

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in NASA Senate on

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a fall, but it reached a NASA people, Senator femen, I didn't abuse Allahu alayhi wa sallam during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam the word Santa. Remember that the people of their own they were seized with seeming sin 70 years of famine and Center is a singular form of that, because there are many words in the Arabic language that are used for a year. Right? And in the Quran. Also, we learned about several words. So remember that the word center is used for a year of drought, a year of very, very light, minimal rain. And think about it if for a couple of months there has been very, very little rain, what would happen?

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Everything would be dry, right? And especially when it comes to farmers, when it comes to agriculture, they suffer the most, right? So a former to NASA Sanatana Allah visit Allahu alayhi wa sallam for Beynon abuse Allahu alayhi wa sallam Maya to boo so bainer Meanwhile, one day while the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was yesterday, he was giving the hotspot for Yamuna. jamara on the day of Friday, karma RBU and Arabi meaning a Bedouin, he stood up, because remember that on Friday, people were required to come to attend the prayers from where from within Medina. So anyone who was able to come would come. So one, Bobby who had come, he got up during the holtville for color and he said

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yellow suit Allah or messenger of Allah helical manual. Our property is destroyed, meaning our lands, our farmland, all our plants that we were relying upon destroyed. What gender yellow and yellow meaning family, young children, they are jar. jar is from joueur What is your hunger? So general or yellow meaning our children our families are hungry? federal law Helena so make dua to Allah for us feeling pray to Allah make da please, that we get rain? Because our property ruined our animals dead. Our children hungry for fire day heat. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam raised his hands right there. Woman out of his center, he posited an asset that we did not see in the sky, even

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if Azhar What is it bizarre? A cloud meaning even a small cloud, no scene of any cloud in the sky, not even the smallest cloud for one leadin fcbd. So by the one in whose hand is my soul, man, well, the AHA he did not put his hands down. had that until serosa. Hubble. The clouds they accumulated they raised up unsettled zhiban like mountain

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Before the Prophet sallallahu Sallam put his hands down meaning before even he completed the draft, what happened? The clouds they fell. Remember the Quran altered to zero sahab The clouds are lifted up because how our clouds are formed, how the water is, you know, it raises up, right? And what happens then that small small clouds that are scattered everywhere, the wind blows them, they all come together. So thorough so horrible, the clouds this world up and these clouds were insanely bad as big as mountains. So melamine zil and membury, he, then the prophets Allah Islam did not come down from his member had that until I saw a lot of rain, yet the head or Anneli here de Salallahu,

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alayhi wasallam, it was dripping from his beard. So much rain began falling. So quickly it came that before the Prophet salallahu isn't even finished, and before he even stepped down from the men, but what happened, so much rain, that it was dripping down his beard for multiliner, Yeoman adeleke. So we were given rain on that day of ours meeting on Friday, that whole day it was raining woman a lot and also the next day

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and the day after that basically means tomorrow, one Li and also the day after that. So basically it rained every single day after that had the until tomorrow till the next Friday. So the whole week, it was raining constantly. And the next Friday what happened The Prophet said a lot of enemies given the hotel will accommodate you. And that same lobby, he got up again during the football, oh Coronavirus, or he said someone else meaning it wasn't the same man but someone else stood during the hook perfectly Allah suta line he said O Messenger of Allah, the head dem lbnl our homes because binaire is what is something that has been constructed. So our homes that had done, they have

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fallen, what do you call man and our properties? They have drowned further la Helena. So please make dua to Allah for us. Follow Faria daily to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam raised his hands for color and he said Allahumma Allah, hello, Elena, around us, voila, Elena and not on us, meaning Oh Allah, please send the rain somewhere else, please send it on the outskirts of Medina, but not upon us familiar she to be odd, then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would not gesture you shield from each other to indicate the point. So he did not point with his hand. He likes to now head in any direction when a Sahabi of cloud meaning any cloud in any direction. You know, the prophet SAW a lot

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of sudden he pointed towards it. And what happened in that except in faraja except the clouds, they would disperse. So he made this door and he pointed with his hand you know to the right and the clouds on the right. They dispersed and he pointed to his left and the clouds on the left they dispersed he pointed to in front of himself and the clouds before him they disperse behind they dispersed was solid Medina to and Medina became mytho just like a job and Joba meaning a gap meaning Medina became like a gap in the clouds there was like a hole in the sky that there were clouds everywhere except above Medina.

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And then what happened was salad where the and the where the meaning the riverbed it cellar, meaning it filled up with water because Salah means to flood up so salad Daddy, meaning the daddy it became flooded, which daddy on the way they have Connect. So the riverbed of canal basically, you know that when there's empty land than if there's a lot of water, obviously it will not flow everywhere. Where would it gather up in the park that is the lowest right? So it almost becomes a stream over there. So generally what would happen if there was rain all the water would go towards the area of banette Okay, and that area it became flooded for how long Sharon for an entire month while I'm here I

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hadn't eaten and no one came from near here meaning from the outskirts of Medina inlet except had that he spoke about what about the rain? Anyone who came from the outskirts of Medina spoke about the rain.

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So with the drought, the profits on a lot of snow there was so much rain in Medina for a whole week. And then after that the clouds were dispersed to the outskirts of Medina and there was so much rain over there. How long Hello Ireland but anyone who came, spoke about the rain because they were fascinated with the amount of rain that had fallen. Now there are many, many lessons in this Hadees but the one that is most relative

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went over here. The reason why mahadi is bringing this hadith is to prove that during hotbot, Dora is this may be made. And this is not something that would nullify the hotbar. Or that is against the etiquette of the hope, but not at all. Why? Because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam didn't. And also because like I mentioned to you the raw is liquid, and hot water is about liquor. Right? And when people have gathered together, they have assembled together in a place, and they're worshiping Allah subhanaw taala. Like, for example, at the time of read, then at the time of each prayer, then if a DUI is made, then obviously the chances of that are being accepted are very high. So during the

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Jimmy Hoffa law may be made,

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right by the email, and this is not going to disrupt the football. What lesson did you learn what came to your mind as you read this video?

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It's a story from the Sierra. Okay. And many times when, you know we want to tell people about the Prophet sallallahu Sallam or about any incident in his life. Generally, we speak about battles.

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But this is also something that we can share with people. These are stories and people love to listen to stories. And if somebody asks you to come give a holocaust somewhere, the story is perfect. Just read the Hadees share the Arabic Read the translation, and go lesson after lesson after lesson. You tell it to children, they will love it. Right depending on the lessons that you extract from the Hadees. So let's go in one section after the other let's go in order. First of all,

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and has been medical below are you saying that authority, nessa Sanatana Allah identity sallallahu alayhi wa sallam famine, there was famine during the time of the Prophet sallallahu early was

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any lesson to be learned from that

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hardship? There was hardship at the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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that they did not just experience hardship that came from their enemy, but Allah subhanaw taala Alfa destiny

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because who does a lot ask in different ways?

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Those whom he loves, people are tested according to the level of their religion. What is Sunnah famine, year a famine, no rain, no rain, meaning nothing is coming in no water. If nothing is coming in, nothing is going to be made. So you can say no income.

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Right or less income. And sometimes it happens that we also experienced this, this is a test. How did the people deal with this test during the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, what did they do?

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They came to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and made requested him to make them. So this is something that we need to look at also, when we are tested by shortage of supplies, lack of income.

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What do we do? Are we actually making the

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remember that I had this that I shared with you recently, about the last third of the night when Allah subhanaw taala himself descends to the lowest sky? And he asks, Is there any set in Is there anyone who asks me of something, so that I can give him and amongst the words that have been reported, it has also been said that Allah asks Is there anyone seeking risk, so that I can give him risk?

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Is there anyone who wants more provision, so that I can give him more provision?

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So we need to make law ask that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam not ask Allah for Hillel risk for slave risk? Did he not seek protection against poverty? Did he not?

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We think that you know, we shouldn't ask Allah subhanaw taala for more blessings for money. If Allah has given us less just accepted, yeah accepted be be satisfied with the decree. However, it doesn't mean that you don't do something to get more.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam he would also ask for Aloma Iniesta, Luca

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amen FM La Villa Mata cabana what is complaining about this was $1 that he would make a budget.

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At the beginning of the day, I asked you for the year brusque.

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ask Allah

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ask Allah

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like the Sahaba for every need, who would return to Allah soprano. So when the people suffered from famine, they requested the Prophet sallallahu Sallam do make you know it's amazing how we will do everything we will try everything then we will say you know all I can do is just make

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as if that's the last option that we have, it should be the first

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because Allah Malika mulk

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the Malik of smls will

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will let him

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And somehow it will help the design of the skies and the earth are with him. He is asking is there anyone who wants it is so that I can give him?

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Anybody want more money? Anybody want more of anything I was willing to give? Just ask

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for the set for vain interview sallallahu early cinema yes to film eg Martin Kama vision, while the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was giving the hope and our lobby stood up for kolyada su de la helical Melua jaggery. And our properties have died, meaning our animals have died. And our children are hungry. Notice how the prophets are a lot of things, giving the hope and this man is interrupting him.

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And he's asking him, then we learned earlier that during the hobo, we're not allowed to say anything.

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We cannot even say to another person be quiet. So what's going on over here? How come the Prophet said a lot of them did not stop him over there, that you're not supposed to talk right now.

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Okay, but remember, like I mentioned to you earlier, that the man may stop is horrible.

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Okay, and speak to someone if there is a need. Like when the man came in, and he sat down, the prophet said a lot of them stopped his football and told him get up and pray to the God

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once the Prophet sallallahu was given the notebook and one of his grandchildren walking by and it is said that, you know, his shirt, his dress was such that, you know, the child was, you know, almost falling. So the problem is that a lot of them stopped the whole book came down, picked up the child. Okay. And then he came in, he recited something about how they're they are if it's so, and we learned that romanello and who was given the HIPAA risk man of the lower on who came late remote or who stopped the football and spoke to Earth minute one hour right. So this shows that amongst you know, people, the the people who are attending GMO hookah amongst themselves, they should not be

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talking. They should not be talking at all. You cannot even tell another person be quiet. We cannot do a mobile Marvel. We cannot do the hearing Monica.

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We cannot tell somebody get up and pray. And we cannot even tell somebody Be quiet. However, the Imam Can he speak to someone from the congregation? Yes. Someone from the congregation? Can they speak to the man?

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Yes. Yes. However, it should not be on every little thing. Okay. So for example, if the Imam you know, for instance makes a mistake in reciting the Quran or something, and it's a serious mistake, then can he be alerted about that? Yes. Now over here, the prophets on a lot of them he's given the hope other Arabi, he interrupted him and look at what he said, helical man.

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And man, what is man? Money, wealth? Which wealth is this?

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That would die because of lack of rain, which man, livestock

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and also farmland. Right? So helical man was a federal law, Helena. And what did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam do? photo of our ad, nothing. He just raised up incense. And like I mentioned to you earlier in our last class, but sometimes that happens, that people you know, in the middle, they will interrupt you interrupt your speech, and they will make a request or they will demand something. So at that time, one is that you discipline them. But it doesn't always work. Because if they were of that ability, that they could understand this, they would not have interrupted you in the first place. So what should you do? Ignore them? If you ignore them? They're going to keep, you

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know, demanding more and more. So what should you do?

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Just listen to them. Many times it happens that when we're talking children interrupt.

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And sometimes what mothers do is that they just ignore.

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But what happens to the child?

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Do they be quiet? No, they get worse, louder and louder. So what is best? Let's just respond to them and settle them. Even if it's just an answer, like, I'll just talk to you in a minute. Let me finish what I'm saying. And I'll talk to you.

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But if we get angry at that time, and we say I better teach him a lesson. Is he going to understand? No, this hikma we learned from, from the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. He just raised up his hands and he made their eye right away. And look at the miracle that happened, that there was no sign of any cloud. But before the Prophet sallallahu Sallam even put his hands down, meaning from Dora, what happened? The clouds they gathered up, and then he concluded his football, and then he was getting down from the member and there was so much rain that it was dripping from his beard sanella hurting the sun.

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There was so much rain for seven whole days.

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Until the next Friday. What happened? The man came and he said, the head down will be now what do you call man? federal law? Helena. The prophets have a lot of them again without any objection.

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What did he do follow by are they he raised up his hands along how Elena when Arlene, again you see over here he's not getting upset. The prophets Allah Islam is not getting angry. He's not getting irritated.

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But many times what happens with us when we are interrupted instantly we get upset.

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We get upset. But the prophets are a lot of them satisfied that man because it was a genuine concern. First he wanted rain. And now he wanted the rain to stop both times a genuine concern, how understanding the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was and look at the drought along the highway, Elena, whether or not that Oh Allah, please stop the rain? No, because we can never have enough of a lot of blessings.

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And if we say, I don't want this anymore.

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This is in gratitude. So out of this fear, that if we say we don't want this anymore, perhaps we'll never be given it again. What are the prophets on the wall Islam say hello, Elena, will arlena and this shows us the etiquette that if there's something in your life that you think you can't handle more of Be careful about what you say and how you say.

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Unfortunately, I've heard so many women say no more children. For me. I'm not having any more kids.

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Be careful about what you say, What if two years later, you want more children? What if five years later you want more children and despite trying you can't have

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perhaps your words are not appropriate. And they showed in gratitude and because of that, Allah subhanaw taala is now depriving you of this blessing. So be careful about what you say anything. When you have more of it sometimes that there is a lot of food.

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Again, we say such things. There's so much food, I don't know what to do with it, it's too much. We begin to complain about having

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a lot of blessings. So don't say negative things. Say instead, something like what the prophets Allah Madison said Allah mahalo Elena, weather Elena, I use your imagination and whatever fits best in your life made the offer others, right.

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And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he pointed with his hand, and the clouds dispersed and the rain went elsewhere. And basically, there was so much extra water that the people had for an entire month, because the way it was filled up for an entire month. And it was such a big deal that everybody was talking about rain. tipless Ahava spoke about rain and we also talked about green, unusual weather. It's not bad as long as we say it in a positive way in a correct way. Anything you'd like to share with you

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what you understood, that it's amazing how there was no rain before and then wonder are in so much rain

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for an entire week.

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Whatever that is missing in your life, tell me Is it difficult for Allah subhanaw taala to give, you know,

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Allah penalizes resources, you know, what he owns is unlimited. He can give, we need to ask does that, you know, this is a very, very beneficial thing. That many times it happens that when you're talking to people, people say, please make the offer me

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remember me and your dogs. So we say okay, inshallah.

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And then what happens by the time the conversation ends?

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We forget. But when we said okay, in sha Allah, then we have accepted something. Right? It's like an Amana on us. What did the Prophet said a lot isn't a movie just made. Right there. And

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so this is something that we can also learn from when people say, please make the offer me, you can either make it out loud, or you can make it in your heart. It's a very, very beneficial thing. Is that the little fader? Yes.

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It was not his individual name. He was he was concerned for other people, because everyone else was suffering too. So it was like, I see the validation for others too. When he may have been he had to make the law. He was, you know, also a concern for other people. Exactly. So everybody benefited.

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But in fact, there might be somebody else who's having a harder time than you. And they might not be complaining they might be actually going through with it with their life. But when they hear you complain, they're like, oh, wow, wait a minute, even I'm going through that. Oh, wow. I should also complain, like you will actually broke somebody else's, like real power to keep going on. And once actually, the story shared this with me that she heard somebody complaining about something so minor, that she started crying

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Reflecting on the stuff she is going through right now. And just like hearing this, it kind of freaked me out. Because sometimes we complain about something so minor, like as if it's just a passing by discussion, and it might break somebody else's will about what they're going through in life.

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Okay, yes.

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And when he went there, he realized that he had no worries, because everybody else had worse stories to tell them he did. So he said, Oh, I'm finished whatever I have and took it back with him, in the sense, always be satisfied. What do you have to learn about this hair? I always say that look at yourself, as make sure. And you will never think you have any problems or any worries. Because the fact that I tell you, when you open your eyes, you open your eyes, right? You are breathing, you have a bed to sleep on a roof over your head, and a plate of food, nothing to complain about nothing. We just look at that basic necessity. And I tell everybody, you agree a happy person.

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Like, you know, to correctly

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to share with you for asking for me.

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That's right. And he may do it too.

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So this is also an important lesson in Arpita. All right, Bob inside to majority will email me to insert remaining silent Ian will do more on the day of Friday, when he when we have thought while the Imam is speaking me while the Imam is giving the hopper. What should the people do? They should be silent. Now, it's as if God is clarifying over here that just because his Bedouin man stood up and interrupted the prophets, Allah Allah does not mean that anybody can do that with the Imam, you know, in every little thing, interrupt him. No, this was an exceptional situation. I mean, if you think about it, this bedroom, you know, he stood up, according to some both times he's the one who

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stood up, but the other Sahaba did not. Were they not experiencing the famine, and then the too much rain, of course, but they did not interrupt the Prophet sallallahu Sallam during the hopper. So it shows that only in extreme unusual, you know, circumstances if something like this happens that someone interrupted the email, it's not like the hook by has been nullified or the jamara is not valid anymore, it is still valid. However, it doesn't mean that on every little thing that email is interrupted.

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And also notice over here, and inside teologia Marty well email me after being silent while the email is giving the heartburn and this shows that while the Imam is not giving the hot word, then is InSite mandatory, no, then a person may speak. So for example, you go into the masjid the Adhan has not been made yet you go prayer novel, and you're sitting, can you speak to the person sitting next to you? Yes. Now the man comes. He says a salami sitting on the member, the other hand has been made. Now, during the event. Yes, it's not appropriate to talk. However, it's not how long? So if something has to be sad, okay. by for example, there's an empty space on the front. So you tell

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somebody, you know, come forward, the event is going on? The man is not giving the hope. But can you speak at that time? Yes, you can. Can you remind your children of the rules of HIPAA? Yes, you can. Can you tell someone to be silent at that time? Yes, you can. Can you tell somebody who has just come into the muster to get up and pray to locker? Yes, you can during the event? Okay, you can do that. Now the plan ended the hookah has not begun. It's just silence. Can you speak at that time? Yes, you can. The Eman begins the hotbar. Now can you speak? Not at all.

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So notice what we have to do while the Imam is talking. We have to keep quiet. But while the Imam is not talking,

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while he's not giving the hopper, then can we speak? Yes, we can. That means before the hotbar during the other end, if there's of course extreme necessity between the two what was when the man was silent?

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Yes, you may speak if again.

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It is something necessary.

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So for example, you're sitting man was given the hotbar somebody comes and they sit down

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next to you. They didn't pray there to Dhaka.

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Now, you want to tell them please get up and pray. Are you going to tell them? No, because the man was talking? The exam concludes the first hot bar.

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There is a break of like a minute in the middle, the silent. Can you tell the person sitting next to you quickly, sister you're supposed to pray to the car when you come into the masjid

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Can you do that? Yes, you can.

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You can. But again, it should not be in a loud way so that the congregation is disturbed so that the people wonder what's going on. Nope. silently you can can you tell somebody at that time between the two hoppers while the man was silent, that it is not correct to speak during the homeless, please in the next clip, beside, can you do that? Yes. After the hot one. The man begins second culpa, he ends it

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before the Salah, can you speak? Yes, you can. So remember this. And inside the oma Giamatti, while emammal Jacobo while the Imam is giving the hotbar at that time, we have to remain silent. And this silence is required for the entire hotbar

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whether the Imam is reciting the Quran, or he's saying the finance at the beginning, whatever the email is saying, when he's given the hotel whenever part of that is we have to be silent.

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But between the two helpers when he's silent, he's not giving the hookah then you are allowed to speak if it is mandatory.

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What either colonists are heavy unslaked for Cardinal and when a person says to his companion Be quiet for condyloma then he has done low, meaning he has spoken level, what is low,

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useless talk, foolish chatter, meaning something that was completely unnecessary, he should not have said that.

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Low is basically what law is the chirping of the birds, right.

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Constant chirping, chirping, chirping, chirping, it sounds sometimes unnecessary. Right? For noise. So words that are unnecessary, that are just noise basically.

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What is it that someone's speech sounds like noise, when

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when it's nonsense, when it doesn't make sense to you. So for example, if someone is listening to a lecture in French, they know French and you don't know French,

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for example,

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and it's loud,

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very, very loud at home.

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And okay, you're like five minutes, 10 minutes, 15 minutes, 20 minutes, you're like, can you please put your headphones on so that at least I can, you know, listen to something else or do something or pay attention to what I'm reading to because I don't understand what you're listening to.

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It's good. It's very, very good. But it's not letting me concentrate on what I want to do. You understand? So what do you do you give them headphones? Or you take your book and you go somewhere else? Right? So when is it that someone's conversation someone's talking becomes disturbing to you. When when you don't understand or when you think it's unnecessary, it's not important, for whatever reason, you want that person to be quiet, you want that noise to go away. So for cadila He has created noise you can see

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he has said level meaning he has created noise even saying to someone be quiet during the hotbar

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What are we doing we are actually adding to the problem more than we are solving it

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will call the cell manual and interview sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam said man report is the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said universally to eat at a kilometer Eman when the man is talking. He should be quiet who should be quiet? The one who's listening. He should be silent and you should pay attention.

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He doesn't know you haven't located in Carla Harris and Elaine and rocaille and she had apparently cerebral nausea. And a horrible analysis relies on a la jolla cinema call in Appleton Asahi kaomoji. Marty unslaked when you say to your companion on the day of Friday Be quiet when he when we are when the email is given the hardware for quarter lavota that in fact, you have said no, you have made noise. Now some have said that level over here actually means is that you have committed a sin.

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You have committed a sin by saying to the other person be quiet.

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Some have said that what it means like a quarter lavota is that you will not get the reward of tomorrow. It doesn't mean that your tomorrow is canceled, but rather it means that you will not get the reward from it. Even our boss reported that month a condominium will do more it will email your vocal Hey Maria masala

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that whoever speaks on tomorrow, while the Imam is giving the hot word that he is like a donkey carrying books.

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What does it mean by this? Who has been described like this? Those who have knowledge but they don't act upon it.

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So this person is like the one who understands the importance of being quiet during the hotbar but he's not doing that himself.

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He has the knowledge but he

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He's not acting upon it, because if he was acting upon it then he would not be telling others Be quiet, be quiet, be quiet,

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he would first observe silence himself. And I find this so amazing that we if people are talking, you want to tell them to be quiet. Right? But during the hopa you cannot even tell them to be quiet.

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You have to control yourself.

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You have to control yourself over there. You really have to force yourself to be attentive and in hold yourself back from even looking at others.

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Now, remember that the only exception over here is someone speaking to the man and the man speaking to them.

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All right, Bob SRT, Letty Fiamma, Dumas, the hour which is on the day of Friday,

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the hour which is on the day of Friday, meaning the special hour the special time on the day of Friday, is there any special time on Friday,

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special time for what? For making the raw,

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because there will be accepted during that time. So what is that time notice how this is being said?

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After which Bob being silent, because those who are silent who concentrate who pay attention.

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They can take advantage of the opportunities that are given to them and those who are busy talking. What happens to them.

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They lose it. They're distracted. Asahi latifi, Yama, Yama, Henderson, Abdullah, Hindu Muslim Mata and Malik and a visionary and an ology and Avi Herrera, Anna Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, that kind of Yama Giamatti.

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He said that one day the Prophet sallallahu Sallam mentioned the day of tomorrow for color and he said meaning he was telling the people about the day a Friday it's important, it's virtuous. And then he said fee satin in it is an hour meaning on Friday, there is a time lay you are fukuhara I've done Muslim on

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land not you are fickle. Have you Africa from Africa to correspond with?

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So no, Muslim, Muslim servant, Muslim slave, a believing slave? He corresponds with that hour. And in that hour, what does he do? Yes, Allah tala shaman, he asks a lot for something in there except Allahu

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Allah will give it to him. Allah will give it to him.

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There is a special time on Friday. And if a Muslim, believing Muslim believing servant Muslim, he makes the right at that same time. In that window, what will happen? Allah will accept his door, she will give it to him. What a shout out via D and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam indicated with his hand, you can listen to him, he was showing it as very clean. Meaning with his hand, he just shared that this window is very, very small. It's not like you have all day to make door. It's a few moments, few moments. So you have to really pay attention to find that moment and make the art during it so that your daughter will be accepted. Now the question is, which hour is this?

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Which Sarah is this entire number doesn't necessarily mean 60 minutes. Okay, because the prophets have indicated that it wasn't a long period of time. So we can't imagine that a small period of time would be 60 minutes.

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Now, which hour is the scholars have given different opinions concerning this? And before I get into the opinions, again, remember that when you are concentrating when you're paying attention,

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then what happens? Your heart is more attentive.

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Correct, you are more alert. And in that state, you know, the remembrance of Allah, you know, consciously when you make the law, what are the chances of that you are being accepted? Hi. You know, claim. The law said the most correct of all of these different opinions that are there. There are two opinions most correct, which are proven by Hadees.

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What are those two opinions the first opinion is that it is the time between the arrival of the Imam until the prayer is completed.

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So when the Imam comes in the masjid and he says Assalamualaikum

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and the Eliana said hope I said the Salah is performed. So, when the Salah ends

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the spirit is over. So sometime between when

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sometime between when when the man comes in until the prayer ends, because yo Majumdar is about what salata Juma,

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correct and so rather do more before. That is what the

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So if the special time is because of Friday, then what is special on Friday? salata Juma, so it has to be somewhere within this spirit of time from when the man comes until the sada is concluded. Is there any evidence to support this? Yes there is there is a hadith in Muslim in which the Buddha is gonna be muscle assured he said that are the linemen or model said to me, did you hear your father narrating from the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam concerning the special hour on Friday. Your father was a hobby. Did you ever hear him saying anything about the special hour on Friday? He said yes, I heard him say that he heard the Prophet sallallahu Sallam say it is between the time when the

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Imam sits down until the prayer is over

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until the prayer is over.

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Now, the reason why certain scholars preferred this opinion was that they said the words in the Hadith wahaca in one use only

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wahaca in one use only

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in the Hadith, what does it mean? while he is standing, praying Sunnah.

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So this means that this has to be during the salata Juma, you understand these words are evident there are clear there's no doubt about this, while a person is praying, so it has to be selective do more.

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So do all that is made during salata Juma.

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This Hadees gives us more specific time you know, from the Hadith and Muslim we learn about a window, which window from a man coming until the end of the prayer. But from this hadith in Bukhari, wahaca, Manu, solly give us a more specific time to us. And what is that during the prayer during South Africa? Why is it that that door would be accepted? Because first of all, the person is performing Salah. He's already engaged in an act of worship. And when a person is already engaged in an act of worship, and he prays to Allah, He makes the art to Allah, then that there will be accepted in Sharla because this is Waseda, right? This is your means of drawing close to Allah. When

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a person breaks us fast, and he makes the law accepted, right after Salah inshallah da is made after that door is made executed. Why? Because you have just performed a good deed. Now imagine if you are

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performing a good deed and during that time you make then what are the chances of being accepted quite high.

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And then they said that this honor is no ordinary Salah it's a huge congregation, huge congregation and when there's a congregation more people, that means more mercy.

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Right. And all the people at this time What are they doing? They're actually following one mm, so much organization and discipline and silence and everybody's engaged in prayer. When the markets are empty, the schools are empty, the streets are empty, Where's everybody in the masjid performing Salah what kind of mercy would descend on this group.

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So, if a person during that Salah he makes the out that I will be accepted and this person may make in his schedule in his record in his childhood, you know whenever the law is legislated a person can make.

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So this is something that we can also start doing during salata, Juma make,

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don't just perform salata Juma, you know, behind the Imam not paying attention or realize that this is a special prayer, a special signer.

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And hopefully the law that we made during this will be accepted.

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The other opinion, the second opinion, which is also very strong is that this time is after us

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after us. And this was the view of the lipid cinema who and who and many other scholars, and the evidence they used was that there's a decent without an unnecessary Javid of an invalid narrative at the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam said Friday is 12 hours.

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Fridays 12 hours remember that had Ethan which we learned whoever comes in the first hour, you will get the reward of Campbell right? Second, our third hour, five hours are mentioned over there. So before so as of tomorrow, five hours okay. So, in this Hades Friday is 12 hours in which there is no more stable as a love for something but he will give it to him. So seek the last hour after us of

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the province of Allah Himself said seek the last hour which is after us.

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Now, what about this hardyston? Well, we'll call him when you suddenly

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and what about the Hadith of the son of of Musa surely the Asahi Hadees and Muslim is

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is a contradiction.

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It's not a contradiction. On the one hand we have someone saying that it is the time between when the Imam sits down until the prayer is over. And on the other hand, someone is saying the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said seek the last hour after us direct words.

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Okay, so it's not a contradiction, it's just that perhaps the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told someone about one time and another person another time a level arland we will take advantage of both times Why not? If we forgot to make the ordering Juma? I mean, during Serato drummer will make to our after us,

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okay, I've been sent and said, I said, when the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam was sitting, we find in the book of Allah that on Friday, there is an hour when no believing slave happens to pray and ask Allah for anything at that time, but Allah will meet his need, the less at the messenger the loss of the laws and appointed to me saying, or some part of an hour, he said, I said, You are right, or some part of an hour, I said, What time is that? The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, it is the last hour of the day, meaning before the day ends, and that is the time between us and Margaret.

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So I believe and Sam said, I said, It is not the time of the prayer.

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Because you see what what part and when you finally, the person is not praying after also you're not supposed to be praying, after I said, What do you pray next month.

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So he said, Indeed, when a believing slave prays and then sits with nothing but the prayer keeping him he is in a state of prayer.

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So if a person performs philosophy on Friday, and then he's just waiting for mockery, basically, he is in a state of prayer, you understand? And during that state, when he will make da insha Allah that I will be accepted. So what do we learn? What are the two strongest opinions during Salatu? Juma? Not during the hot one? During the hotel, you're supposed to be listening, because some people what to do is when I was getting called by and they're doing this,

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they're reciting Quran, they're making art that is not the time to do that. At that time, we have to listen to the hotma during the Salah, can you make? Yes, of course. That doesn't mean you leave the obligatory parts of the salon, you get busy making drama. No. So this is one opinion. And the second opinion is after Also, while waiting for money,

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while waiting for me, because that is the end of the day.

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Understand, it's the end of the day, just like the end of the fast

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the end of the night.

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Right? The end of the fast you make the end of the night, last third of the night, you made the right. So likewise, the end of the day of Friday just before you make the law.

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So what do we learn from all of these ladies that what is the best time of breaking the law in general.

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When you are engaged in an act of worship, when you are fasting, even while you're reciting Quran, he read an ayah of the Quran, you can pause and make law

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and then begin recitation again. You can do that while you are engaged in an act of worship meter.

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Likewise, at the end of something

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at the end of something good at the end of something virtuous so for example, a person you know for me that was right at the end

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you know, you are out in the waiver last panel, all the you left in the morning, do a call on class and then after that you went somewhere else for another class and then you're on your way home. I don't go home tired and exhausted and feeling pity on yourself. That is a time of making law.

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That is a time of making law.

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Yes, you can between the two hopeless Can you make law? Yes, you can.

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That either enough on so I need

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when the people leave the email when they go away from the Imam.

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The Imam is given called back and one person gets up and goes away another person gets up and goes away. Are you allowed to go away? Technically you should not go away. You're not allowed. Why? Because you're listening to the HIPAA. But what if there is something necessary and urgent because of what you have to go? Like, for example, the person is feeling drowsy, extremely sleepy.

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Or it's so hot that he feels that he's going to pass out

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in a heartbeat. We learn her this in a Buddha Timothy, that if any one of you becomes drowsy in the mosque on the day of tomorrow, let him move from where he is to another spot. So you can get up and move to another spot. There's no harm. But what if you need to really need to go get a glass of water or wash your face.

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Now sometimes there's an urgent need

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and sometimes we make unnecessary

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Things are urgent and important

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that this happened at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Yes, it happened. So if some people leave the Imam during the Juma prayer

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fees Slevin Giamatti during the Juma prayer for Salah to me, then the prayer of the Imam, woman, Buffy and whoever remains jack is written is valid.

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It is still valid. Remember that mum Buffy the one who remains with the Imam.

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Even if it's just one person that remains with the Imam, the Salah will be valid.

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You understand there are more will be valid. So let's say in a building an office building, there's five Muslims who gather together and pray more, for example, because there's no option for them to go anywhere else. And on a regular basis. They can't be missing anymore for so long. It's five of them. And remember what we learned earlier that with three people even selectively more can be performed. So let's say there's five, underperforming drummer, one of them is giving the codebook

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how many are sitting for city. Now one person, he's feeling sick, he runs to the washroom throw up, another person his pager is ringing, he has to call another person something else happens. He has to go one person remaining. Whatever is being given by one man and there's one person sitting in front of him is that more valid? Yes, it is valid woman Bukka even if it is just one person, so that it will be valid to Joomla will be valid

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or doesn't and where are we at with Mohammedan color either to anthocyanin and Sally will have been called J Dilla. Color avena nununu. Sallie Mae and visa the law when he was alone, he said once while we were praying with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is appalled by that even when and read came. What is read?

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caravan but what kind of Carolyn loaded with goods right?

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Where did we learn this word reuse sort of use of

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use of the word is one of the real allottee Acquavella

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on the brothers they said to their father, if you don't believe us what happened to Binyamin then ask the people in their ears.

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So while this is going on, and he came into Medina, and when they came into Medina obviously they came with all their noise

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that mealtime and carrying food fell tougher to LA so they all went towards it. Meaning they all paid attention to it. So they went off towards it. They left the masjid. They left the hora de la sala everything they went to the marketplace had that until now Bucky among the BIA sallallahu alayhi wa sallam until no one remained with the Prophet sallallahu ala except it's national origin 12 men

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how many Sahaba were in Medina many

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think about how many went with him together? And how many?

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Now imagine so many people sitting in the masjid and how many left 12 Vanessa Ratatouille and this I was revealed which is sort of the jamara where either ot gelatin or when, in fact blue in a bottle of Coca Cola.

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When they saw some tiara or some amusements and entertainment, what did they do? They went off towards it and they left you standing meaning standing and giving hope. So this is the reason why this iron was revealed. Now the question is how could they go?

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When he was instructing them when he was advising them? And he was given a bunch of them?

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Yeah, because the people in Medina were in extreme need of food.

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Extreme need of food. And they knew that if they did not go and reserve their food or buy their food or whatever, then by the time they would go, perhaps there would be nothing left. They were hungry, their families were hungry. And you see if they saw five people get up and go imagine the state of the remaining people. Five people have gone now another 10 have gone now another 15 have gone, what's going to be left for me nothing. Okay, I'll quickly go and come back. I'll just go reserve my food and come back.

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And the thing is that the Sahaba they knew that the prophets that a law firm was the most patient and the most tolerant and the most gentle of people.

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They knew that he was not going to get upset with them.

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Because when is it that you can take such advantage when you know that you're dealing with someone who loves you and you're dealing with someone who is very, very well behaved meaning he will never be rude to you. You're dealing with someone who is concerned for you, loves you, who understands you.

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So sometimes

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If you end up going beyond your limits, even,

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like, for example, if you're talking to someone in a very relaxed way, in a very casual way, and you know that they're never going to get offended, sometimes you cross the limit, and you end up saying something

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you shouldn't have said, and you realize they're upset now. You're like, I'm sorry, I didn't realize I went too far.

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Why did you go too far, because you were so relaxed with them that you didn't think that they would get upset. So likewise, the Sahaba they knew that the prophets analyzer was so forgiving, so gentle, that they didn't think that it was a big deal.

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And this shows how the prophets have a lot of time dealt with his companions.

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Generally, when we think about a leader, what do we think?

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Someone who's strict and harsh, doesn't smile Stern,

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not understanding, not accepting any excuse for the prophets of Allah was very, very warm and welcoming. Which is why sometimes the Sahaba, they went a little too far. And obviously the hypocrites they took maximum advantage of this, this is why they would come and lie and present false excuses in order to be given permission to stay behind. Right.

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And the last panel, Tyler praises this quality of the prophets that allows them in the Quran, when the hypocrites marked to Odin, what did Allah say,

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with little Hayden, nickel? It's good for you. Because imagine if he did not accept what you said to him,

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just imagine how difficult things would be. So this, this shows to us that if we are in any capacity of, you know, leading people in any way whatsoever, how should we be towards them? gentle, accepting, accommodating, but this doesn't mean that we never discipline.

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You see over here, the disciplining it came from who Allah soprano, when it came, right, let's have a word discipline. So sometimes, you know, like, as a mother, you are loving and very gentle and very kind towards your children, then, who is it that disciplines the father, or sometimes it's the other way around.

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But people need love.

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They need care.

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And then we also see that the Sahaba perhaps they intended to return I mean, those who went they intended to return. And there were human beings after all, because when we think of companions, we think of them as perfect human beings.

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They were human beings, they made mistakes. They were people who felt hungry.

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There wasn't that they had to work on issues No, they were normal people.

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So over here, we see that when the companions went, majority of them only 12 remain behind the profits of a lot of them carried on with the jumar

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we bend the rules, we break the rules with excuses that are not really genuine, but look at the situations in which the Sahaba they actually did not follow the rules. Why was that because it was extreme need. It wasn't an ordinary situation.

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But it bothered you Marty will probably have praying before and after tomorrow.

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Meaning how much Allah is to be performed after Joomla and before Joomla

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had the center of the life in the use of color Aqua nomadic or nevsehir and are delighted miromar another sort of nice allegory to sell them Kelly you suddenly a couple of lovely rock it. He said the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would perform before he was over to Dakar. Well, the Hello car thing and after the hood also to the car, well better than mclevy roctane v Beatty and he will also perform after my trip to Dakar in his home. Well burden sharing regarding and after Isha again he will perform to the car. What can allow you slowly by the Giamatti and he would not pray after Jamal had died I'm sorry for until he would go away meaning leave the masjid for you slowly lock it in and

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then he would pray to the garware at home. So before do more how many laqad

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What about the hidden Masjid? Yes, but no no.

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No. And you never know. Remember that following the way of the prophets of Allah sort of means doing what he did and leaving what he left.

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So if he did not pray enough before so as a human Then should we make it a habit of brings natural before so that the Duma know the hair the machine is different that you have to pray when you go to the masjid even if the Hawkeye is going on. You have to pray but any sooner before tomorrow. No, not to not for

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because remember that Joomla is different from lower.

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Okay, for lower is there some number for the fault? Yes

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but for Joomla is

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So number four, the total car. No, there is no so number four, so that'll do more. Right? And also remember that it would be wrong to pray Salah before Juma

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why you go to the masjid the prayer to Napoli mom is still not here. Time of lovin has entered, or, you know even if it's just about to enter should you be praying at that time? No, you should not be Why? Why would it be wrong?

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Because if the prophets that allows him did not do it, we should not be doing it unless there is a sub.

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If there is a reason, like for example, you said there's time and you know, I can pray my staccato right now. I mean, unless you than waking up early.

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But remember, if the sun is upon the Zen, it's, you're not allowed to be praying at that time.

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Remember, there's three times right when you're not allowed to bring. So one is that Serato Juma is being performed, let's say at two o'clock these days, or 113 at the time of the begins well in advance, but if it's in a really according to the sky like you're following, you're going to perform exactly when the time of Dumont enters. That's when the amount is going to come out. Which should you be praying anything before Jamal? No, because then you are praying in a time that is McCrone meaning that you are not allowed to pray

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with respect to after the Juma prayer how many

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after Juma prayer how many

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okay the profits on a lot of them performs okay i think so to

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only to

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good Mashallah for okay in the masjid

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and somewhere I might even say six.

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So, there is a difference of opinion with respect to this that how many laqad after Juma

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some scholars is at six o'clock at Apogee in sets of doo doo doo doo. Why? Because they said that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam performed to the God Himself as it is mentioned in the Hadith that when he would go home you would pray to look at so to from there, and he commanded the Sahaba to perform for

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in a hadith and Muslim we learned that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said in our Salah, Mata for use only vida, he should pray around for so he prayed to himself and he told the companions to pray for so we will combine between his command and his action. So they said we will pray six.

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However, the prophets Allah Larson did not pray six.

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What did he pray do? Or he told the companions to pray for? So we cannot you know make six mandatory obligatory if you want to print a wife and you want to pretend Go ahead. But don't tell people and don't tell your children and don't force yourself to pray. Six because this would be contrary to the Sunnah. Contrary to the way of the Sahaba. The second opinion is that we have to follow the command. The action of the Prophet said a lot of them is for him. If he said pray for then we will pray for

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you understand in sets of two meaning after Juma we will pray for a car two and two why because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said either Salah had to come a Jew Mata for use Ali Baba erwan. So we have to take the command so we will pray for do unto.

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Other scholars said that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam third opinion is that if a person performs his Sunnah in the masjid, then he will perform for do unto. And if he goes home,

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then he will perform to

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Why? Because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to the people pray for and it's understood that he was with them were in the masjid. And were the people hanging out in the masjid. So he told them pray for two and to but if someone got busy,

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and they weren't able to perform any follow up after tomorrow, and they end up going home. And when they reach home, they realize I didn't get to pray my son Not at all. So then how much will they pray to? Because that is what the prophets Allah said. And if this was the opinion of even taymiyah and many other scholars,

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Isn't this amazing?

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how beautiful our religion is. Because yo jawara chamar there's so many people gathered in one place, what happens you say your salon, and sometimes you're barely done your liquor that one person comes to meet you. And then you meet somebody else and then you meet somebody else and you meet somebody else. And the next thing you know you have to go pick up your kids and if you're even five minutes late, not good for them.

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And what happens you're not able to pray your son.

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And then when you get home 10 days another story that begins right. So if you start praying for a card, what will happen by the time you're finished disaster.

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So just pray to God. How amazing is our religion?

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So, what do we learn that for in the masjid and to at home

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some scholars also said that do is okay meaning after salata do more to the characters also okay because the Prophet sallallahu himself performed to meaning it's reported that he performed only two so if there is a genuine reason the person is not able to stay for long he has to rush quickly and he has time only to pray to you can do that

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you understand it's best that you pray to later on at home but if let's say you're not able to then even to is okay that holy light Allah it according to salado fantasy rules are the word we tell them informally in

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the statement of Allah, that when the Salah is over, then disperse, spread through the land and seek the bounty of Allah which Salah?

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salata jumar, because this is from sort of the GMO.

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So once a soda is over, then what should people do?

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What is the last a fantasy to fill up? Go disperse through the land. Meaning Go, go where you have to go do something. And what should you waste your time no of the woman favela. Now this command over here, fantastic rubato This is Emma for Eva, command for permissibility meaning it is permissible to do this, it doesn't mean that you have to you must, but it means you may. So after Salah What do we learn, and it's best that a person resumes his work, goes back to his work and follow the law, the follow of Allah, it means food, go eat. It means work, go work and make money. It means so go and sit in a gathering of knowledge and seek some knowledge. Right? Go do your

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business, go go do whatever you have to but the AI continues and it also tells us what good luck if you learn and do the

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winning Don't forget to love for the rest of your day.

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Whatever you are doing, eating, with your family, at work, whatever you're doing, remember Allah had the necessary to be Millennium are harder than I will ascend call ahead than he ever has him. unsettling. Allah He said, Can Athena Imola?

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He said There used to be a woman among us, meaning during our time, there was a woman that your Allu she would talk to meaning she would plant either under Obama about meaning the irrigation channels fimasartan Lucha in a Missouri that she used to have, what is Missouri

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field farmland? So this field that she owned, what did she do? She would put in the irrigation channels meaning the part that was for basically water to flow in. She will put over there she will plant over there silicon

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sink, beets. You know what beets are?

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beetroot, right? It looks like it but it's red. Right? Very, very bright and red.

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For good nutrition, good stuff. So she would plant it herself. In that extra land. She would she would plant it for Canada, either Canada or majority. So she used to when it used to be the day of Friday, she would done zero, she would pull out also in a silky that also the root of the silk plant meaning because the beads are basically the roots right?

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So she would pull that out for the geography

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and she would put it in a pot what the beats she would put them in a pot meaning not the greens, not the leaves, but the actual bulb. Now we're being told about a recipe over here. Okay, so meta gra he then she would put on top of it kompletten a handful minchie are eating off barley

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up some green. So she would put a handful of barley, the tiny half and then she would cook all of that together for the Kona solo simpie alcohol. Then the the root of the plant meaning the beets, they will become like alcohol like the meat

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meaning in big chunks. So just like in a stew. What is it that you have in big big pieces of meat? Right? So just like that in this food that she will prepare the beets would be like meat for us. What Conan and Flaherty from insalata. Giamatti and we would return from Serato. Juma, meaning after June we would go for new Sally Marlena and we would return for the caribou. delicata so she would bring this food to us, Elena to us, vanilla aku and we would just eat it up with our fingers. Welcome Nana termination will Giamatti live Armenia.

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We would look forward to the day of Friday for this food of hers. This one

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Our special Friday treat our special Friday lunch that this woman would prepare for all of us. I

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mean, if you think about it, beets and barley cook together, and beets, you know, obviously, as they would cook, they would, you know, break down, not completely disintegrated, but break down into big pieces. It's like a fancy resort almost.

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So she would prepare this now the question is, was this woman? or was she related to them? And was she their mother or their aunt? No, they said, cannot feed and

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she was just a woman amongst us lived in the neighborhood, we knew her she knew us, you know, just

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and she is preparing food for the boys that are coming from slit up.

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And they would look forward to this meal.

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She would treat them with the special meal on Friday.

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And this is an act of charity, right?

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Generally, we prepare food for

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ourselves or our families. But look how she's preparing food. For who, for the people who are performing the Salah. Right? And look at her how she's planting, you know, this vegetable herself in her land. And she's cooking the food herself. This is Southern cow with your own earning.

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With your own earning something that you've earned yourself something that you've worked on yourself, and then from it you give in charity. Even if it's a little bit it's best.

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It's best. And it's such an amazing thing. When sometimes we think I'm not a millionaire. I don't have too much money. I don't have an income. Now my husband makes money, I barely get anything. What can I give? What can I do? We can prepare for trade? We can we can do these kind of things and and give to others.

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Whatever she could do, she did. And notice how every week it's the same thing.

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But they love the food. They would look forward to it.

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And then we also see over here that they would come and greet her with Salon.

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You know men can say Salaam to a non Muslim woman. I mean, if they're coming across her, she's bringing them food. Should they say Salaam to her? Yes.

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Because sometimes we create this awkward unnecessary barrier.

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That if our friend has come with her husband, there at the door, we will say Salaam to the friend but ignore the husband as if it doesn't exist.

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This kind of pretentious hire. I mean, it's not necessary.

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If somebody is in front of you, they have come acknowledge their presence doesn't mean you have to carry on a conversation. No, Santa, that's it. We look at them. What are they doing? They will just come and say Santa and she would bring the food. Nothing makes the house tomorrow and we'll give the hotbar How was your week? No long conversation.

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Somebody or the other came for a meal like my father would bring other travelers. The gentlemen that were killing the mustard or whatever they always brought them and handed it was a special day. Always good now the distance and things like that people would fall away from home but in those days,

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that's how it was always somebody especially as simple as that and rice as we call it. And this Friday was the special if you didn't have gotten rice like there's something simple meal, but something different. Right. And I mean, generally it happens as a family you go out to eat somewhere or you know it happens all the time. So why not on Friday? It's a Friday treat.

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Make Friday special with special food.

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had the honor of the live new muslimah takala had done it No, he hasn't been here on Saturday we had that we'll call him Uncle Nana Tito vilanova de la vida Juma is alternated from Salah. He said that we did not have an afternoon nap or lunch except after Juma.

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So Allah subhanaw taala says that for either the Serato confession fill out what the woman felt Lila fontanella also includes food. So they said that we would only eat our lunch when after tomorrow.

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After tomorrow, eat lunch not before tomorrow. Why? Because if you eat your lunch before Juma then first of all you're going to end up going late for dinner. And secondly, you're going to be sleeping during Juma okay

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and also take a nap after Juma Bev Allah Isla de Bardo Giamatti afternoon nap after the Juma prayer had the center Mohammed of neuropathy shibani you call us and it was helpful for you and her maiden caught us American anessa Nicole konoba que el Giamatti Suman Akito he said we used to go early for Juma prayer, and then have an afternoon nap.

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Early for Juma prayer Why? Because the earlier you go the more reward you get

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had the necessary the ammonium clodagh had definite over sand Kala had the honey has him on silent Hakuna no Salima Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a Jew Mata, some matter Kanaka

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he said we used to pray tomorrow with the prophets on a lot of them and then have an afternoon nap.

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So it shows us how Fidesz should be even if it's a few moments of a nap, you know, just close your eyes for a few moments. Even that is helpful.

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inshallah we'll conclude over here so Chronicle long behind the shadows Chateau La Ilaha. Illa, anta. Let's talk a little going into this one thing came to my mind.

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Boys for some reason, young children, rather they love to be treated. Right, especially with food. They look forward to it. So if you want to encourage your children to go, you know for tomorrow even treat them with something good after. Perhaps it will go for tomorrow. Just looking forward to that ice cream.

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Lesson 135 – Chapter 35-41 Hadith 933-941

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