Taimiyyah Zubair – Following the Prophets Path – 09

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The Prophet sallama's actions during the time of the Islam were discussed, including touching and kissing people, causing the machine to go away their families, and using the Prophet sallama as a token of admiration for their actions. The importance of practicing the same pattern for success in chef career is emphasized, as it is the only way to achieve a professional career. The importance of practicing the same pattern for success in chef career is emphasized, and the importance of being aware of one's opinion and being aware of one's likes and dislikes is also emphasized.
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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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as soon as he was Sahaba and they didn't need a slimmer and abbyy a normal little hobbit of the Allahu anhu gone on and the rockne Allah will la he in Nila Arlen will unlock a handwritten letter booboo will confirm when Ola and Nila a to nebia sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Estella maka, Mr. Lamb Tikka festa lemahieu su makalah feminina Wali romiley in America na a Nabeel mushrikeen waka laka Houma la Suma Kala Shea on Sana hoonah Vu sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Filipino hibou and nataka who, motiva con la zaten Islam narrated from his father who said that or would have been hooked up with the Allahu anhu addressed the corner of the Kaaba, the corner of the Kaaba, meaning where the

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Blackstone is the Blackstone when you're doing the left, what are you supposed to do before you begin the round? every round you have to either kista Blackstone if that's not possible, at least touch it. If that's not possible, then at least wave towards it with your hand point towards it, you know your hand in that direction, okay. So when he was doing for lev, Romana, Lila horn, who he said that By Allah, I know that you are a stone, meaning or black stone, I know that you are a stone, and you by yourself can neither benefit, nor can you harm. You can't benefit those who kiss you touch you. Right. Nor can you harm anyone. You're only a stone after all. You don't have any supernatural

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powers. Had I not seen the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam touching and kissing you, I would never have touched and kissed you. Because after all, you're only a stone. The only reason why I kiss you is because I saw the profits or the lover to sell him kiseki the only reason why I taught you is because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did that. Then he kissed it. And he said, There is no reason for us to do Rama in tawaf. What is Rama to walk fast, walking fast into life? He said, there's no reason for us to do normal intraweb except that we wanted to show off before the machine and now Allah has destroyed them are well below I know added. Nevertheless, the Prophet sallallahu

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alayhi wa sallam did that, and we do not want to leave it. Buhari and Muslim. Do things are mentioned in this Hadees that are most of the lower noon. He said concerning the black stone and secondly, about the Roman Empire. That the black stone is only a stone just like there are many other stones. But why is it that a week is that? Because the Prophet sallallahu wasallam did it. That is why the stone is of importance to us. Right? otherwise we wouldn't give it importance. Why would we? Secondly, we see that Rama, Omar Abdullah one who said there is no reason for us to do and I'm all right now but still because the prophets are a lot of them did it? This is why we will

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continue to do now what is Rama? What's the history behind it? When the Muslims migrated from Morocco to Medina, they weren't able to come back for a very long time even to visit the Carver, even to do so I imagine you're living in Medina and you're not even able to go to Makkah to do ombre. So eventually when they did go, that was when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had a dream. And and this habit of them got ready they went, but they were not allowed to come in to Makkah in order to Joomla. And that is when the Treaty of her debut was made. The year after that the Muslims returned because that is what the treaty stipulated. So the next year they came and they performed

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and what was decided on the part of the machine was it the Muslims will come they will not have any arms with them nothing, they will come and for those three days that they're allowed to stay there, the machine will go away their families and all of that so that they're not in danger as if they expected the Muslims to harm them. So anyway, while the Muslims were doing or what they were doing the left there were some were sticking we're still watching them. So when they were doing for us and Michigan, they said, oh look at these muscles have become so weak. Since they've left moccasins, they've gone to Medina, they've become so weak. Medina didn't suit them. Why would they say such

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things in order to make the Muslims feel bad? Right, that we made a bad decision that we went there. We suffered so much financially physically, right. We've been away from our families. Our health has been affected. Like somebody might say to you, you know, since you started during the course you really lost weight. You show you're okay. You're looking a little pale. You sure you're not overworking Are you sleeping enough? Right. So that you think twice that did I make the right decision? So the machine started saying such things about the Muslims. So the profits are allowed

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instructed them that when you're doing the left, walk fast. Why? So that when you walk fast they will know that you have energy you're strong you're completely capable. You're not suffering in your bodies at all. Right? You're perfectly fine. So this is why they will do rumble when doing the left. But one of the no one who said that now Allah has destroyed the machine. If you think about it, technically there's no need to do Rommel anymore. Right? There's no benefit. There's no need. But he said, that chez Sana who Nabeel sallallahu alayhi. wa sallam, Philando haibo and natsuko this is something that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam did. This is why we do not wish to leave it.

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He did it this is why we don't wish to leave it. This is just like a person saying or the Prophet sallallahu Sallam used to miss work, you know the miss work in particular because they didn't have toothbrushes at that time. Right now, there's no need to use a miss work because you have toothbrushes you have to spray so why use miss work? You understand?

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Likewise, a person might say, you know, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he used to take a nap in the afternoon because, you know, in the desert, it's very, very hot, you know, so you have to take some rest, you have to be indoors at that time. So you know, we're not in that same condition anymore. So no need right a person might think of sooner like that.

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But look at the attitude of the companions that even though there is no obvious reason obvious benefit Muslim, still, we will observe the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu he did it. We want to do it.

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Because his actions Allah light, and we want that Allah likes our actions as well. As a be a yubel I'm sorry, Your call, cannot Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, either at a time in Accra men who were Bertha before Li Elijah, were in the who Bertha, Elijah, Yeoman before Latin. Let me call me in her Leanna fee her Suman feser l to hoo ha Rahman. Hua Allah Allah when I can meet Accra who mean edge Lee he qualified in Accra, who Mercury, Muslim, are you Well, I'm sorry for the long run, who narrated that when food was brought to Allah's Messenger, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he ate out of that, meaning whatever food was brought to him, he would eat from it. And as an act of favor, he

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sent the remaining part to me, meaning whatever was left over of the food, he would send that to me. So the food was brought to him he would eat and if anything got leftover, he wouldn't waste it, but rather he would send it to me. Why do you think he would send it to you? Because he was living in his house initially. Remember, when the prophet SAW the loss and migrated to Medina who was ousted? He said, the volume will be lower now. Right? So the prophets are allowed to serve as a kind gesture towards his neighbor, or toward someone who had hosted him entertained him in his own house. So this is why the Prophet sallallahu Sunnah would send the leftover food to him. You might wonder, leftover

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food, we usually either throw that or keep it in the refrigerator to stay for the next week. And then when garbage day comes out, and we discard it,

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right. But the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is sending leftover food to someone else. Why? Why do you think so? exactly when the food is perfectly fine, especially it's fresh, he had just eaten out of it, there was still some leftover, it's fresh, it's perfectly fine. There's nothing wrong with it. You can't have all of it. So why not give it to someone else? And there is no harm in that. Because yes, when it comes to spending in the way of Allah, giving something for the sake of Allah, it should be the very best of what we own. The standard is that whatever you like for yourself, that is what you should give to others. But sometimes it happens that you have certain things which are not

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of use to you. They are good, they are beneficial. Somebody could use them, but you don't have any need for them anymore. Food you ate as much as you want another so much more food. If you eat more, that's not right, because you should not stop yourself. Likewise, if you keep it it will go bad. So yes, somebody ate out of that food, but still it is clean, it is good. So there's no harm in giving that away. There's no harm in giving that to someone. And if somebody else gives us leftover food should we feel upset about that? No, nothing to feel upset about. So the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he would send the remaining part of the food to a Buddha, you know, so he said that one day the

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Messenger of Allah sent to me the leftover food and he had not eating out of it at all. He didn't eat anything out of it. So whatever food was sent, he sent it exactly as it was to you. Why? Because it had garlic in it.

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So would you be sad that I asked the Prophet sallallahu Sallam? Is it heroin? meaning is garlic heroin? How come you didn't eat this food? The Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam replied, No, but I do not like it because of its smell. It's not Haram, it's Hello. I just don't like it because of its smell. So about a human on site, he said, then I also do not like what you do not lie. If you don't want to eat it, then I don't want to eat it either. I remember the beginning I told you, that. The Amelie son of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam submitted our Malaya is also different kinds, right? one kind is the kind of actions that he performed, because of the culture that he was in

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another was because of his natural disposition, his likes, his dislikes, his preferences, his choices. And the third was the actions of rebels that are good. But we see that the Sahaba because of their love for the Prophet Solomon, because their respect for him, we see that they followed him in every respect, even when it came to his personal choices, his likes and dislikes. If he liked something, they liked it too. If he disliked something, they disliked it. Right? But boy, you made sure is it Hello? Right? Because if it's how long then we're not going to touch it, we're not going to eat it. We're not going to use it at all. But if it's helpful, then I'd like to know why you

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didn't eat it. Right? So he said, I just don't like it because of its smell. Okay, and one thing that we should remember about garlic, garlic and onions, right? Do things that are a major part of our diet these days, when it comes to cooking meats or chicken or anything we can't do it without these to correct now doesn't mean that we should not have it because of profits or losses that I'm disliked it.

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The thing is that when it comes to raw garlic, raw garlic, it has a very strong odor, which doesn't go away quickly. Neither from your hands nor from your mouth nor from your clothes, isn't it? So when it comes to raw garlic, yes, he did not like it much. And this is the reason why if somebody ate it garlic or onion, raw and if they came to the masjid in that state, the prophets of Allah would send them towards book here, meaning go away from the masjid. Don't come here with a bad breath with your hands and your face smelling like garlic and onion. Why? Because it's going to cause other people discomfort, they will not be able to focus on their prayer. Okay, so we should

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remember that before we pray before we go to the masjid before we come to the class, we should avoid eating these two things in particular, it makes the angels uncomfortable as well. Yes, makes the angels uncomfortable the worshippers uncomfortable people around you uncomfortable. So avoid these two things. And what are the lower on who once he said that? Oh people you eat, do things that are nothing but bad. He said you guys eat two things that are nothing but bad. garlic and onion. And he said if you want to eat them, then cook them until they're dead. Meaning cook them until you take the life out of them basically, so there's no smell left in them. And if you're a mother annina

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beistle Allahu alayhi wa sallam color boonie al Islam Allah hum certain either in your head Allahu wa economists' Allah valetti eata is the clarity was the Amira Madonna will * sakalava journal and had you Worsley mo Ramadan. Carla lair cmo Ramadan well Hajj hakodesh Samir, two min Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam raha Muslim. I live in a little bit our new narrative that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said, Islam is built upon five pillars. Islam is built upon how many pillars five? What are they the oneness of Allah, the establishment of prayer, the payment of the cat, the fast of Ramadan, and the pilgrimage to Mecca. So I'm delivering Omar he's narrating the

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statement of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And in this five bitters are mentioned one after the other in a particular order. So a person he said to have the lemon aroma had meaning when he repeated the narration in front of 11 or more. When he mentioned the pillars, he said Hajj and the fasting in the month of Ramadan. So you see he switched the order. What did he do? He switched the order or the lemon or I'm upset, cm Yama bomb well Hajj, the person when he repeated the pillars, he said al Hajj, then was the mo Ramadan. Okay. Allah meaning of the leaven or model when he heard that? He said, No, it is not the pilgrimage first, but the faster Ramadan, then the pilgrimage. I

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have heard, according to this order, from the Messenger of Allah sort of already said, I mean, this is what I heard from the messenger. If you think about it, was the man not narrating the meaning correctly? Was he not narrating the meaning correctly? Yes, the meaning was correct.

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Five Pillars, whatever the arrangement was, he mentioned all the five pillars. But our beloved armor was so particular He said, No, when you repeat the words of the messenger of a lot in Europe, eat them in the same order as well. Don't switch them around, don't shuffle them up. No, keep the order exactly the same, because that is how I heard from the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So what does it show to us then? That if they were so particular, about his words about his speech, right, that if he said one thing first, and then the next, then you say it in the same manner? Then what about the actions? What about the actions, then we have to follow the Prophet

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sallallahu Sallam in that same manner as well. And the reason why the companions were so successful, is because of this reason. Unfortunately, what happens with us is that when we're memorizing the translation, what happens? We ignore some words, right? We leave out some we say, Oh, it's only a word. So what? Right So what if I don't? Right? And so what if I don't memorize? And so what if I don't say and what's the big deal? It's only one word, but even that one word matters. Right? So this is the kind of importance that the Sahaba gave to the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And this teaches us that when it comes to Muslim draws Dhamma students applications, then

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what should we do? memorize them? exactly the way they are? exactly the way they are. Don't change the wordings, like we learned earlier. Don't add. Now, don't even change the wordings even if the meaning is correct. Still don't change them be as close as possible to the Sunnah of the prophet SAW The Lord be as close as possible to him in his words, and his actions. And you might wonder, what's the big deal? Why be so strict about it? Why do you make life so difficult for yourself? If the meaning is okay, then what's the big deal? The thing is that if you want to be successful, like a particular individual, you want to be as successful as them you want to reach the same level that

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they reached, you want to be at the same height as they reached, then you have to follow them in their beliefs. Okay. And in their actions, in both things, in their beliefs, as well as their actions, what they believed in, what they were convinced about what values they had,

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okay. And secondly, in their actions as well in their physiology that how did they, you know, perform certain physical actions, their physical aspect, how did they sit? How did they stand? How did they walk, how did they dress, how did they eat, even the posture, even that matters. So the more you emulate someone, okay, the closer you are to their faith, to their beliefs, and to their physiology, then the greater chances you have of being successful just like them, and this is something that is scientifically proven. So, if we want to be successful in this dunya and in the era, then who is the criteria for us the Prophet sallallahu sallam, so we have to be as close as

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possible to him that if you want to become a very good chef, you want to prepare some food, just like a particular chef has. Okay. Then what will you do? You will follow them. Exactly. You will even get the same equipment, the same kitchen tools. Correct. And sometimes it is that okay, I saw in the video that he had this particular kind of spatulas I want to get the same spatula, right and if you see it, even if you don't need it, you're like, you know what, there must be something good about it. So you purchase it anyway. And you feel so good when you're using you feel as if you're as great as that particular chef. And then the recipe you follow it in the exact same manner, isn't it?

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If they have said freshly ground pepper, then you have to use that freshly cracked pepper you will use that not pepper that was ground long time ago. Because there is a difference. Correct. Fresh herbs and dry herbs there's a difference. Correct half a teaspoon and a third of a teaspoon. It can make a huge difference. Cinnamon or no cinnamon one ingredient very difficult. It will make a huge difference on the top rack of the oven or the bottom of the oven in the middle rack of the oven. Even that makes a difference. Bacon in the oven or cook it on the stovetop, every detail matters. And sometimes it happens that we keep reading the recipe we keep reading it again and again to make

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sure we have the details right? Because otherwise the end product won't be the same. Right? So if you want the end product, the end result to be the same. You want to be with the Messenger of Allah, Indiana. You want to be in the same paradise like you will be

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Then you have to do what he did in words and inactions. That is the way to success. This is why it was so nice, so important. And dated me Atlanta, Colorado eight of neuroma you Salima Hello Latin as Ratan alto angelic for call at Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for our Lu

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zaven Islam narrative that I saw 11 or more performing the Salah with open buttons, meaning he was praying Salah, and the buttons of his shirt, they were open. I asked him, Why did you do that? Perhaps it was his habit that every time he stood in Salah he opened up his buttons. So somebody asked him that Why do you do that for ultra angelic? Why do you do that? So he replied, that I have seen the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam performing prayer in this manner, once he was praying like this. So this is why every time I pray, I do the same thing as well. Now, is it necessary for men to open up their buttons? Is it No, it's not? Is it a requirement? No. Then why

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did he do it? Because of his love for the prophets of the Lord isn't. Because if you think about it, this action is neither Mr. hub, nor is it magic, nor is it any extra reward for that. This is an action of what love because when you love someone, then you follow them. This is just like, if you see a chef using a particular kind of kitchen tool, right, then you will get the exact same kitchen tool. You can make do with a fork when whisking, but you get the exact same whisk that you saw on television, when a person is in love with a particular superstar or whatever, then they will walk in the same manner. They dress in the same manner, they will wear their pants as low as possible, just

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like them. Right. And in their mind. They're thinking go I look like so and so. Why, what's the reason? Will that help them get into NFL? Will that help them get into some competition on television? No. Then what's the benefit? They just like to do it right? So it's love. Likewise, when a person has love for the messenger velocity of autism, then he will not see Oh, is this the fair love? bowerbird? Is it fair enough? You know his personal choices, you know because of his culture. What is it? No, he won't go into analyzing all these details. All he needs to know is a messenger sallallahu Sallam did it and he will do it on Raja hidden Kala Kala merb Nero Murphy suffering from

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automobile mechanic for how they're on who for so ILA live Alta for color or eight Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam ala tharla Heather for fall to

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Mujahid narrative that we were accompany of the lowborn are more on a journey. And we passed by a place where our beloved are moved far away from the road. When he was asked as to why he did this, he said, I have seen the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wasallam doing like this, hence, I also did the same. What did he do over here?

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People are walking, they're traveling on the road, and he goes off to one side. And then he comes back randomly. If a person does that, you're like, why are you doing that? Does that make any sense? The road is here, and you're going on the other side? And then you come back? And he said, I saw the Prophet sallallahu Sallam doing that? Why did the Messenger of Allah sit alongside him do that? Whatever reason it may be? Maybe he went that side in order to check something in order to see something. Maybe this road was not as established by them, because at that time, there were no concrete roads, right. So maybe it was just a bear pathway or something. And he didn't realize a

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pathway was going straight. And he went off to the side without realizing whatever the reason was, but because he went that direction, of the liberal model. So when that direction, it just shows so much love, right that he had with a messenger with so much love that he had. And I always think that our beloved one was so young, he was in his teens, early teens, mid teens, when he accompany the Messenger of Allah said a lot isn't. But in this age, typically, those of us who are still teenagers, where does our mind go? What things do we look at? What do we pay attention to? He was so observant, that he used to notice the things that other people didn't notice. And also, you know,

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sometimes when you go somewhere with someone whom you love, and then you visit that place again. Then you get those flashbacks. Oh, I remember when we sat here and we had ice cream. And I remember we were standing here waiting for so and so. Right? You get all those flashbacks. And as you go to the same place, have ice cream, you sit on the same bench, you walk on the same path. You feel so good, right, it brings you back all those memories are what when he would travel as well when he would go anywhere. He would go on the same path that the profits or losses in a winter, you will get the same detour that he did, because it would bring him back fond memories of the profits out of it

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and it

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misurina are the consumer of neuro microbiota affecting fellow American hanaa. Tomorrow who had to tell him for Salama hula was also symbolic of Mara who was heavily had a cerebral emammal frogner Mara, who had done the hanaa Elan mibr up Doonan ximending me for an hour whoa well enough now when I know NASA will know who you read and use Alia for Karla hula hula de un Sakura, a lotta Who? In Malaysia you read the Salah one Akina who dakara and an obeah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, lemon to her in her head and mechanic about her Jetta who, for who you hibou and Jacobi Jetta, who wrote

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and has been sitting in Arusha that I was with are the lemon aroma in the cleaner out of that, when he went to any place, I also accompanied him. So basically, they were doing Hajj together. So he said that at all of that, whenever he went to any place, I accompanied him until we reach the email and prayed with him. So her and I said prayers together, then 11 or more stayed there and I and my friends also stayed until the Imam set off on the return from autofit meaning they went to was done. And when do you do that? After Okay, as soon as the sun sets you leave without praying Muslim in Russia. We also returned with him until we reach the narrow path, which is before the main This is

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the name of a place. After reaching there are the lemon or mermaid the camel set, and we also made our animal set. We thought that 11 or more will now pray, which prayer motive, but technically you're supposed to pray were at Medallia. But the servant who was appointed to look after his gambled, said that the loved one or more does not want to pray here, but he wants to use the washroom here because when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam went to was deliver, he stopped here in order to use the washroom. Can you imagine? Can you imagine what little details you remember the profits or losses and stopped here to use the washroom? So we will also stop here to use the

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washroom and then we'll continue. This is like you're driving and you say every time we go to auto we stop at this gas station. So even if the next time you're traveling, you don't need to stop to get a coffee or to use the washroom you stop anyway. Right? Just to stretch just to you know, take a break. Why? Because it becomes a part of your routine then it's something that you identify yourself with right? So likewise, I will not wish to use the washroom the same place that the prophets of Allah Salim did an ethnicity in color is the one and a sub nomadic in hanaa Kadima Muna shut me Filipina who bear in a temporary for a to use only Allah He Marin what would you mean? Well, Jen, if

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you're any Ania saddle criminality, for come to talk to Sally lane ability for Karla Lola and Neela at Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a foreigner who learned of Rama Hari, and has been sitting a narrative we went to receive an aspirin Malik when he returned from a sham and met him at a place called Arina. Dump. What are they doing? They went out of the city in order to receive an aspirin Malik because he was returning from a sham. What do we do? We stay in our rooms until people are yelling at us. I've come back. I'm home now. Can you come down? Let's have dinner. And what uh, yeah, coming coming. And we keep delaying them. And somebody comes home, we ready to welcome them. I

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saw him praying riding the donkey with his face to this direction, meaning towards the left of the Qibla. I said to him, I have seen you offering the prayer in the direction other than that of the Qibla. Meaning How come you're not praying in the direction of the Qibla you are facing the left? So he replied, If I had not seen Allah's Messenger doing it, I would not have done it. So which prayer was this, that he was praying, this was voluntary prayer. Because remember, when it comes to voluntary prayer, and you're praying it on your right on your vehicle, then it doesn't matter if the vehicle is facing the Qibla or not. If you're facing the Qibla or not, it doesn't matter. As long as

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the time when you set the creed you are facing the Qibla that's fine. For the rest of the summer. It doesn't matter whether you know the car turns right or turns left or it goes backwards, whatever. It doesn't matter as long as the beginning was facing the Qibla it's perfectly fine. So he said that I saw the Messenger of Allah sort of notice that I'm doing this and if I have not seen him doing it, I would not have done it. And if you're a moron I'll be a lot more on Homer. Carla, it had an abuse on Allahu alayhi wa sallam Mahatma mean there have been for the for the NASA team. I mean there have been for current abuse on Allahu alayhi wa sallam in Nita has to harden them into heaven forever The

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who will call it any land Alberta whoever then whenever the NASA whoa ottima home tahari even or Morocco and who narrates the Prophet sallallahu Sallam once wore a gold ring

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He wore a gold ring. And the people followed him and wore gold rings to he had a gold ring made for himself and he put it on, when he put it on everybody did the same thing. Why? Because they followed him in every way. Why? Because he loved him. Then the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, I had this gold ring made for myself, and he threw it away. And he said, I shall never put it on again. Why? Because an alarm needed. It was not held on before. This is why the Messenger of Allah Ward, but then Allah made it head on. So then the Messenger of Allah, he took it off, he got rid of it. Thereupon the people also got rid of their rings, meaning the men also they got rid of their rings,

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they did not wear their gold rings anymore, either. They didn't say Oh, but I like it now. So expensive. Like I had it made? No, they just got rid of it. They didn't wear it, why? Because the profits or losses and did not weigh so look at their aktiva he did something they did it, he stopped doing something they stopped doing it as well. There are two things one is etoro and the other is at bar, the bar is obedience and the bar is following. What is it that when someone tells you to do something gives you an instruction then you follow you obey, but it is different. What is it the bar that whether or not someone tells you you follow them? You follow them? You do what they did you say

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what they said? This is just like the Imam in the Salah. When he is praying the Sunnah when he goes Allahu Akbar into record does he say to everybody, okay, now follow me in Rico. Does he say that? No. He goes, Allahu Akbar. And even if you were not done with your SOTA, you had not finished reciting it. What do you do? You go into record, this is a DVR. So that's exactly what the companions did as well. They didn't wait for the instructions to come. They didn't wait for the profit or loss for them to command them. know, whatever he did, they did whatever he stopped, they also stopped from it. Because if you think about it, wearing a ring is not like performing the salon

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or reading the Quran, right? But he wore a ring and they also worried he took it off, and they also took it off without any hesitation without any reluctance. I never been hungry Yeti Raja lindman as having the BSR Allahu alayhi wa sallam a call call Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Nirmal Raja Lu who Raman Al Asad au Lola tolu Mati what is value is he fabella Delica Philemon for Agila for further chef Ratan for kata RB Hema Joo Mehta who Illa una de la is Rahu Illa unsavoury circa he, a Buddha even hung Rania, a companion of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he noted that once the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, if the hair of her name, Sadie and his dress

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were short, he would have been a very good man, meaning he's such a good person, if only His hair was shorter, and if only he wore his dress a little shorter as well. Otherwise, he's such a good person. So the saying of the prophets of Allah is an unreached coding. And when hooray heard that this is what the Messenger of Allah said about me, he himself took a knife, and he cut his hair up to the ears, and he raised his dress up to half of his shins, meaning he didn't wear his dress all the way down to his ankles and even lower, no, he wore a shorter garment than and if it was longer than he folded up from the top so that it would reach his shins. This is just like a person wearing

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shorts or something like that. So we see here, that the Sahaba, they wanted to not just follow him, but also please the prophets.

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They wanted to make him happy. Which is why if there was something that he disliked, even about some personal affair of an individual, and that individual found out that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam does not like this about me, he's not too happy about this, they would run to change themselves, they would hasten to change themselves. And this was not, you know, in matters that were wajib, or matters that were held on, right? This isn't matters of dressing and, you know, your clothing and your hair and all of that. This is how particular they were. This is how careful they were. But today, what is the way of the people that even though they find out that something is forbidden, the

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam did not allow this he cursed people who do such and such. What do we say? My case is exceptional. Or it's okay. Allah will forgive me. You know, for example, we learned about the Hadees were the set that allows curses on the women who pluck the eyebrows or who pluck others eyebrows, right or who have it done. Now, one reaction is that a person says, You know what?

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I'm praying to Allah, I'm wearing hijab. That's the best I can do. Beyond this, I'd like to have some choice with regards to my own body. I like to make my eyebrows this way, I'd like some freedom. So I don't think it's that important to follow this. And in order to be so particular, a person could get upset and offended at these things. And typically people do get offended. We say, Who are you to criticize my hairstyle? Who are you to criticize my dress? Let me dress the way I want to let me keep my hair the way I want to let me make my eyebrows the way I want to. But we have to not just do that, which is, why do that would just follow and stay away only from that which is how long, but

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we also need to be particular about what the prophet liked, what he disliked what he did, what he did not do. Because the closer a person is to the Messenger of Allah sort of artists ultimate action, the closer he will be to Him in general, the closer he will be to Him in general, we want to be of those for whom the prophets Allah Morrison will intercede on the Day of Judgment, we want to be of those people whom the Prophet sallallahu Sallam will give water to, from the help, we want to be of those people who will be in general who will see the messenger sallallahu sallam, then we can't be dressing in a way that he does not approve of. nor can we, you know, do with our bodies,

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what he did not like, what he did not approve off. So the more obedient we are, the more careful we are, and the closer we will be to Him. Because when you obey someone, when you listen to them, then you make them happy. Correct. And when they're happy with you, then everything's good. This is just like, if your mother wants you to wear something, or not wear something. Or if your friends want you to wear something or not wear something, then do you care about their likes and dislikes? Yes, you do. If you care about them, then you will care about their likes and dislikes. Right? And if you don't care about them, then what will you say? Whatever. They tell you don't worry, they should like

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whatever Mind your own business. They tell you, what were you thinking when you wore this shirt, it doesn't even go well with your pants. If somebody says something like that to us, and we don't care about that individual, we don't give importance to their criticism at all. But if we care about an individual, they matter a lot to us, then we become very, very particular. So look at the reaction of this companion. He took a knife himself and he cut his hair. And immediately he fixed his clothes as well. Under the legend nursin under asuna law his Allahu alayhi wa sallam hotma menza have been fed the Raja Lin Fernanda, who for who Wakayama do hydrocone Camila gemorah de manera in further

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ado, happy Eddie for clearly allegedly burdened by the hub Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam called hottie mK interferer be Allah Allah He led whoever the worker the perahu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Muslim women are best reported to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saw a man wearing a gold ring on his hand. So that man was wearing a gold ring, a ring made of gold. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam pulled it off from his hand and he discarded it saying one of you intends Live Gold from Hellfire, then put it on his head meaning if you want to get some flames from the fire some live cold from the Hellfire, then go ahead and wear a ring of

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gold. It was said to the men after the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam had left. Take your ring and take benefit from it, sell it, give it to somebody else, gift it in or make some use of it. But the man replied No, by Allah I will never take it when the Messenger of Allah threw it away. If he threw it away, even if it's off gold, literally still I will not pick it up. This is how much they cared about his likes and dislikes. On Javelin Kala Stovall, Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ayama, Giamatti color at least for semiotica numerous erden for jealousy Allah Bevin mustard for a hula su de la he's on a love already he will sell them for color tilapia on the line, numerous

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jabber over there and who narrated that once the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam climbed the pulpit to deliver the sermon on Friday. And when he got onto the pulpit before he began to hotma he said, Oh, people sit down, I believe on this route, heard it and he immediately sat down. And he was at the door of the mosque. He was at the door of the masjid. He was just walking in. And he heard the Prophet sallallahu Sallam saying people sit down. He didn't wait

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to come into the masjid, join the rows and sit with the people know wherever he was. He sat down immediately. The Messenger of Allah sort of artists and then he saw him and he said

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Or have the live on this earth. Come inside the masjid the eila Come in Come here or our beloved Mr. meanie come inside the masjid don't sit at the door. So this shows to us that how the companions they didn't just do it, Laura but they did it the bar there it was perfect and they thought I was also perfect. And this is the reason why they were the most successful people. And this is the kind of attitude that we need to develop towards the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. inshallah, you will learn about the different categories of Sunnah the different levels of Sona, that which kind of sadhana is mandatory and has to follow, which kind of sooner is better for us to

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follow, which kind of sooner, we're not going to be questioned about at all if we followed or not. But we see that the attitude of the companions was not, you know, being stuck in that discussion of whether something is watchable for the what no, their evidence was what the messengers that alongside him did it, if he did it, we're gonna do it. He liked it, we will like it. Even if it's some food, he disliked it, we will dislike it.

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And this proves that they truly loved him. We claim that we love him. But our actions don't really show that our words don't really show that. Recently, I read a very short article in which somebody had mentioned that how once their teacher, they gave them five minutes. And they said, list, the Sooners that, you know, listeners that you know, if I asked you to do that, you might be thinking right now, I know quite a few. I know quite a lot. But we will run out of the sun as we know, after a few minutes, we will say can't remember anymore. Because we think that we know him, we think that we follow Him we think that we OBEY Him. But in reality we don't not at the level that we should.

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Because if we did, then we would really know this and then we will be careful about everything. These are some tough questions that we need to ask ourselves because on this is based our success. So practical law more behind the condition to La Ilaha Illa. anta the stuff we're going to be like a ceremony called How to live.

Ittebaa – The Intention – Sunnah and the Companions – 12th November 2012

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