Sahih al Bukhari – Kitab al Adab #26

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This audio is brought to you by Muslim Central. please consider donating to help cover our running costs and future projects by visiting www dot Muslim central.com forward slash donate today lisanna Wessel Sufi makabe amin Europa alameen.

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So hamdulillah in Sahiba hadiya we are studying kuttabul adab and inshallah right now, we will begin with BB number 71 which is Bab a Sabri I ll other patients in the face of injury

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meaning being patient over other. Now, what exactly is other other is to experience or suffered slight harm or slight hurt you can see and this is something like for example, you you smell something that is bad, or someone says something that is slightly rude, or someone does something which is hurtful. So, this is other but remember that other does not necessarily cause harm. You know, for example, if you if you smell a bad smell, it's not necessary that it's going to give you a headache and you're not going to die from smelling that thing. Likewise, if somebody says a rude comment to you, yes, it hurts, but it's not going to kill you. Right? Likewise if somebody you know

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slaps you, or pranks you Yes, it is annoying, yes, it is hurtful, but it is not necessarily damaging. Right. And in the Quran, we see that the word other has been used in different contexts. For instance, the word others used for menstruation because it is something painful but it is not harmful. right it's it's not a disease. Likewise about the enemies Allah tada says, lainnya boo, Camila other, they can never harm you except with other meaning that cannot necessarily damage you. All they can do is just hurt you and try to annoy you. So here remember hottie rights or Sabri Island, other suburb over what one finds painful. What a person finds to be hurtful or annoying. So

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really, it's from the perspective of the suffer right off the person who is suffering or the person who is the victim. Right so a Sabri and other so separate over this means that a person bears the hurt. Why? Because they're expecting reward from Allah subhanaw taala. But remember that if a person is bearing the hurt, and this causes the oppressor to get worse, then they must do what is within their capacity to stop that up that oppression. Unless Pandora says remember how he brings in a walk only law he tala and the statement of Allah the Exalted in them a waffle sobre una Adra home be lady who said that, indeed, the sabi rune those who are patient will certainly get their reward, without

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any reckoning without any measure. Now this is actually from sort of the Zoomer and this idea is Allah subhanaw taala says biliary byrdie levina Manu itakura back home, that say all those who all my servants who believe all servants who believe fear your Lord lilla Vina Sanofi how the dunya has center. For those people who do good in this life is also good. Well, Allah He was CRL and the land of Allah the earth that Allah has created is vast, in a waffle sobre una Adra home be lady who sab and indeed those who are patient will be given the reward without any measure. And this ayah tells us that for those who are patient, for those who do good, then for them in this life is also good,

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and in the Hereafter is reward which is without any measure. So, this shows us that really to do anything good, somebody is required and the subject is required. A patience is required with oneself, because you have to make yourself do what is right. And it's not always easy on the knifes it's not always easy on the body.

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Likewise, it requires Subodh with people because people are not always supportive. Likewise, a person has to observe patients given their circumstances because when circumstances are not always conducive to you know what they want to do, or they're not always easy. So when a person keeps doing good with suburb for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala then the reward for this fortitude is endless. You see, the reason why we find somebody so hard is because we feel like or rather the reason why we find doing good so hard is because we feel like

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You know my my effort is going to go waste. But this is shows us that when a person does good, then their effort is not going waste. Because for those who do good, we have he dunia has center in this life for them is a good reward. And then in the hereafter in my office soberano Drama lady who sat without any measure. So what does it mean by without any measure, this means that the reward will be Unlimited, and less so huge that it cannot even be measured. And if you think about it, remember that in our religion, what we're taught is that the reward or rather, the consequence of an action is similar to the action, right, there's always some resemblance. Now, when a person is doing subud,

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right, time seems to pass so slowly, right? When you're experiencing some difficulty, you feel like you've been patient since forever, right? difficulties seem endless.

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But when a person is patient at that time, then the reward will actually truly be endless. The fact is that every difficulty will come to an end, right. But when a person is patient in that difficulty, then the reward that they will get for that patients is going to be endless. So in the my waffle sobre una Adra be later he's up. Now let's look at the meaning of the word sub. Remember that the word sub literally means to confine or to restrain something, right? And remember that sub over hardship is actually a form of jihad with oneself.

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And fasting is also called subud. Why because you are restraining yourself from eating, you are restraining yourself from drinking, you're not allowing yourself to do these things that you generally do. So, fasting is also called sub. And remember that there are three types of sub one type of sub is sub over other, right over over hurt and this is what this particular chapter is about.

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The other form of sub is sub over the commands that allow us panel data has given meaning in order to follow them a person has to you know, inhibit their their desires, a person has to keep themselves consistent, it may be very hard upon the nuts, but you make yourself obey Allah subhanaw taala and that requires a level of controlling oneself. And then thirdly, subud is also over and nahi which is the prohibitions that Allah subhanaw taala has decided, meaning even when a person is tempted to do something forbidden, and they hold themselves back there restraining themselves than this act of restraining or this effort, this internal effort, right, this internal struggle, where a

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person is constantly fighting with themselves, you know, this effort is called subud.

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So, remember that, you know, as human beings, I mean, this is something that we understand very well, that words can hurt us, right? what people say, definitely hurts us people's, even facial expressions, their comments, their attitude, or their ignoring us can also hurt us.

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You know, emotional hurt is sometimes far more difficult to bear than physical hurt, right. So, this is why we see that in this chapter, bamboo hottie brings an entire topic on subud on patients because when a person loses that patience, then they can become very agitated, they can become very,

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you know, rude in retaliation, or they can actually end up doing a lot of wrong things. You know, for example, if someone has been mistreating you,

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you know, and you're feeling all of these emotions inside of yourself and you want to release them, you go you go to somebody and you start telling them about what somebody has said. And then you also add your own, you know, details to it and that leads to backbiting. So we learnt about backbiting earlier in this chapter. So now mumble hottie is talking about patience.

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Now remember that sovereign man, patience and faith, they are deeply connected. Are you the Longhorn Who? He said that a subliminal Imani Beeman Zilla Tila seminal just said that suburb in relationship to a man is like the head is to the body. Meaning a body is not a body without a head. Right? It's it's incomplete.

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It's It's not possible for a body to exist without a head. And just like that it is not possible for a man to exist without sub. So basically we see that subtle is something that completes or perfects Amen. And really if you think about it, one of the basic things that a Muslim has to do is to pray five times a day and that requires Sabbath. Right? It requires a great level of discipline, you know, controlling oneself controlling one's desire, and this is why Allah Subhana Allah says will also in Al insana live he hosts are the truly human the human beings are in loss in the Latina Manu Amina Sally had except for those who believe and do righteous deeds what the vessel will help with a

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vessel is solid and who encourage each other to adhere to the truth and who encouraged each other to adhere to patients. So let's look at this Heidi's

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had this enamel said they don't have this and I have no sir either and Sophia Kala Hadith Anil airmesh Ansari the new debating on a br the rock man is sued me on a be more saddled the Allahu anhu I needed to be sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a call. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said lace at the high noon, there is nobody Oh Lisa Shea on or there is nothing that is us about us that is more patient or that other over something hurtful. semirara who which he hears it mean Allah then Allah, meaning there is no one who is more patient than Allah in hearing something that is annoying in hearing something that is hurtful. How is Allah subhanaw taala most patient because in the home

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layer the rune Allahu Weller than indeed they say that he has a child. people claim that Allah has a son. What in the hula, you feed him and indeed he, he still gives them protection way Zuko home and he still gives them provision.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mentioned the patience of Allah azza wa jal that Allah is patient over the wrong things that people say. I think about this, if people do not spare God, if people do not spare Allah, how will they spare you and I, if people say wrong things about Allah subhanaw taala write things that Allah subhanaw taala does not like then it's really expected that people will say things about us which are not true. People will say things about us or to us which are annoying, which are hurtful, which are completely unacceptable and very, very wrong.

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So, from this Hadith, we see that when Allah subhanaw taala is so patient over what people say, then what should we do? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that lays ahead on ole sachet on us but Allah and Samir Hamid Allah so Allah is the most patient over what over people saying that he has a child. And remember that this statement that Allah has a child it's an incredibly wrong statement any Not only is it false, not only is it untrue, it's actually something which Allah supplant, which actually makes a las panatela angry.

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In surah, Maryam we learn what Carlota hada Rahman one other and they say that the Most Merciful has a child. Allah says Lakota don't shade an ADA, you have done an atrocious thing. How atrocious is it? The Caddo summer well, to get the tone, I mean, who that the sky is almost rupture because of it, meaning it is so wrong, that the skies would actually rupture because of it, what then shuck will undo, and the Earth would split open because of it, what the hill dibello had that and the mountains would collapse in devastation, because of it, meaning this is the enormity of this false statement because it's a lie about Allah. So Allah subhanaw taala is the most patient meaning he,

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meaning he is the most forbearing he is the most tolerant. So his subject is basically his helm, right Helm is forbearance and what is hidden hidden is that when you're able to take revenge yet you don't so almost pantallas sovereign is that he does not strike people with his wrath.

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Right when they say such false things, he does not punish them immediately. And his head in his patience is also what the Prophet salallahu Urdu Sena mentioned in this Hadees that what in the hula, you're a fee him were Zuko him that he continues to give them protection. And he continues to give them provision, subpoena law. Any, if someone says something wrong about us, we would never want to see their face again. In fact, we want harm for them, right? We want them to suffer. We want to take revenge immediately. And sometimes what happens is that we're so hasty that we don't even verify if somebody has actually said that said what we have heard.

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And we don't even try to find out if they actually meant it, we just start exacting our revenge immediately. Right And Allah subhanaw taala is the most patient and what is meant by his patience is his hill over here.

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Now, in this Hadees, the Prophet sallallahu earlier said, I mentioned the the ship that people say, right, the fact that they associate partners with Allah, the fact that they ascribe a child to him, and of course chick is nobleman. Aleem, right, it is surely the you know, it's it's, it's a great crime, it's a major sin. So, then what do you think about sins which are of lesser degree than that? If Allah subhanaw taala continues to provide to people and he continues to protect them despite their you know, shake, then what do you think about the other sins that people commit which are of lesser degree, Allah, tala, he is also tolerant of them, right. And this is mentioned in the Quran

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and sort of familyid Allah goddess as well. Oh, you actually love NASA Bhima kuzhambu If Allah were to punish people, because of what they earn, Mad tharaka Allah worry him in dab, he would not leave on the surface of the earth, even a single moving creature, meaning there will be no sign of life on Earth. If Allah were to punish people immediately for the wrongs that they're doing. Well, I can do a funeral home, but he gives them rest bite until when Isla edgerly Musoma until a fixed term.

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So this Hardee's mumble hottie brings it here to show us that hidden tolerance or forbearance, which is the opposite of,

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of being hasty, right? This is also a form of stubborn, it is also a form of patience. And this Hadees also shows us that if a person if any person has provision that is, then that risk is from Allah, which means that if a person does not have this, right or or fears that they're going to lose their their provision, then the need to ask Allah subhanaw taala. And this is something that we really need to remember these days, because because of the, you know, current circumstances, a lot of people are losing their jobs or their businesses or they're worried about their financial stability. And you know, it should not this fear should not lead us to thinking bad about Allah

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subhanaw taala or, or being unfair to people or becoming only concerned about our own finances. Rather, we need to turn to Allah subhanaw taala to replace our poverty or our neediness with his generosity. And this heaviness also shows us that you are feeding him Allah is the one who gives Ophea right Allah is the one who gives protection to his servants. So there is no one who is safe. No one who is protected unless and until Allah subhanaw taala grants them protection. So each person must do what is within their capacity, what is within their ability to protect themselves, but at the end, one should believe that really I am safe only when Allah subhanaw taala protects me.

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Next Hades had the phenomena of no have seen had nothing that Irby had nothing Ramesh Kala Sameera Toshiaki Konya call caller Abdullah Casa Malibu sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a piece mutton. So Abdullah This is Abdullah bin this ruido de la Mourinho, he said that once the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam divided some wealth Alright, this method meaning some property that had to be distributed, so he made some division of property amongst people and cabal the mechanic seems like that which he used to distribute meaning this is something that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam would do all the time for Colorado mineral Ansari. So a man from the unsolved said, Well, now he in

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the Halla, peace Matan Merida Wedgwood law, that by Allah This is a division by which the face of Allah was not intended. Basically what this man was saying, is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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did not seek Allah's approval when he was making this will when he was distributing that property. In other words, the Prophet salallahu Urdu center was not fair stuffit Allah. So our dilemma settled when he heard this man say such a wrong statement about the Prophet sallallahu earning the septum called to he said, I said, I'm gonna ask for me a coup lanolin Nabina sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I am definitely going to tell the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam about this for a day too. So I came to him, while he was happy he while he was sitting amongst his companions, for Salah to who, so I went and I whispered to him, meaning I privately told him about what that man had said regarding

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him, for shaaka Valley garland Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam. So this was very difficult upon the Prophet salallahu early he was sending them, what the lejana what drew who will hold the bar, and his space changed, meaning he was visibly upset, and he will hardly but he was angry, had that wedded to a nilam akin to who until I wish that I had actually not told him about that. So makalah and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, called all the mo cell B Ock thirimanne zelicah for sabara. In fact, Musa alayhis salam was hurt with more than this, and he was patient.

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So this Hadees shows us the previous Hadith shows us that Allah subhanaw taala has sub, right. And this hadith shows us that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also exhibited patients. Now this incident, it's important to know the background this incident occurred after the Battle of her name. And remember that at that time, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he gave a lot of property to certain individuals out of that level collude in order to soften their hearts towards Islam. So for example, this man o'clock even habits the Prophet sallallahu earlier said and gave him 100 camels, another man reanna been hisun the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam gave him 100 camels also.

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So some people, you know, there were getting 100 camels each and there were some other people who are getting nothing so this Ansari man,

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he said that this division was not fair. Now, this shows us that there are people who did not spare Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam, right. They criticized not his action, they criticized his intention, even they, they criticized his his his intention, they judged his intentions. So then, what do you think about you know, us, right, you and I, we will not be spared either. Because, you see, sometimes it is so shocking to hear that people are saying such and such about you? Right? It's not just hurtful. It's actually shocking. It's upsetting. So at that time, it's important to remember that people are people, right? They have their biases. They have their greed. They have

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their selfishness. And if there are people who did not spare Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. Then of course, they're not going to spare you and I

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now, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam remembered the, the patients of Masada his center, right that he said that most artists and I was hurt, was annoyed by by what was more than this, he suffered more than I suffered. But he was patient. And you know, this is something that Allah subhanaw taala mentions in the Quran also where he says yeah, are you in livina amanu latur, Kunal can Latina, either masa, that all you who have believed Do not be like those who hurt Moosa for Burma who love me makalu and Allah declared him innocent of what they said, what kind are in the Lucha Jihad musar the Sunnah was very honorable near Allah.

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And this is true, the bunny is like you, they hurt Musashi, SNM many, many times. You know, for example, most artists would not shower before people write, he would always conceal himself, he would always cover himself. And the people of the time were, you know, used to showering and in public washing themselves in public. So, you know, they said that Musa alayhis salam, you know, he has some defect in his body because of which he doesn't, you know, shower in public, he always goes and, you know, concealed himself. So they said that he had some defect in his body. And musar Listen, of course, he the reason why he did not shower in front of people is because of his high up

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right his shyness. So you may be familiar with the story where when small Silas and I went in order to bathe himself and he put his clothes on a huge rock and he was actually hiding himself concealing himself behind that rock and that

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Rock actually rolled away. So most artists and I'm ran after it, and he did not have any clothes on himself so he ran after it after that rock. And then in that some people saw that really he'd he had no defect in his body. But you can imagine that this is something that of course hurt moosari to his salon. Right. And this was not the only time when they hurt him. We see that they were very very disobedient. You know when Masada said I'm came to Egypt, he returned to Egypt in order to take the money is he the bunny is how you actually said to him that basically you're coming has made no difference whatsoever because we were persecuted before you came and we are still being persecuted

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after you have come

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when they left Egypt and they were about to cross the sea. The bunny is sliding said in Alamo raccoon you know we're gonna drown here you've basically brought us to our death. After the cross the sea the bunnies file saw that some people were worshipping idols. So the second was artists make an idol for us. Right? Most artists and I went to Mahmoud he was given the Talat he returned, and he sees that his people are worshipping the calf. They said to him that we will never believe you until we see Allah. Right. And then they said that we are tired of this man and Salwa, this heavenly food that comes to us, we want other stuff. You are familiar with the incident of the cow how much they

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harassed musar, the SLM And finally, when they're at the gates of Jerusalem and musar Listen, I'm told them to enter the city but for that they would have to fight a battle. They said we're never going to go fight these people. You and your Lord go fight. We're sitting right here. So that is when most artists and I'm sad. That will be in the La Liga inland FC. What are they? Oh my Lord, I don't have any power except over myself on my brother furfural Cobain and our Bienal, Pullman facet inter you separate us and from the disobedient people. So most harness and I was certainly hurt a lot. And he was patient. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he remembered the patients of

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Musashi Salaam, right. Now, remember, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was certainly just in this distribution, all right, because justice does not mean that everybody gets the exact same thing. Remember, this concept either, does not mean treating everyone exactly the same, either, is that you give everyone what they deserve. All right, what they should get at that time. And this is something that we actually practice all the time. But in many matches, where we become greedy, you know, we use the word justice or fairness to demand more than what is our right. You know, for example, if you were to give food to a child, right, it would not be the exact same amount of food

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that you would give to an adult, there is a difference. Why is there a difference? Because a child can only eat this much and an adult needs more than that. Right? So this is our the, and just like that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, there were times when he gave more to certain people and less to others, because that is what the situation demanded. Right? So it is necessary that we think good about our leaders, right about the people who are in a place of in a position of authority. But of course, when it's the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam really there was no one more adjust than him. Yet people accused him of being unfair. Why? Because this man was greedy,

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right? And remember that greed for money brings out the worst of people. greed for wealth brings out the worst of people. It makes them say really mean things. It makes them lose their patience. And this is why it's important to

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you know, not take such things to heart. Right? So we see that the Prophet sallallahu raisina, was patient over here. How was he patient by remembering the patience of most artists? And this is the way that we bring about somebody in ourselves, right, then when we experiencing some difficulty, remember, the difficulty experienced by other people? Right? So for example, any challenge that we are going through in our life, if we remember the challenges that the prophets of Allah experienced, right, then that makes our difficulty, easy to bear. And it brings somebody in us, you know, for example, these days, a lot of people are trapped in their homes. Right. And this is something that

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again, really, we should actually be grateful for, you know, the fact that we are in the state

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Do our homes the fact that we have water and food and the fact that we have electricity the fact that we have internet we have access to technology. You know, we have our loved ones with us any we're in third do Nirmal Allah He left her so her right if you were to start counting the blessings of Allah, you would never be able to count them. But unfortunately we we focus on what we don't have. And this is why we become so patient and we become so impatient. What we need to do is, remember the difficulties endured by others, right? how there are people who are suffering way more than we are, right? Yes, they are on lockdown as well. But you know, they have less access to

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conveniences in life. Right? Think about, you know, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, there was a long time in the city of Medina where people lived in fear, right, they lived in fear, there was once a loud noise, and everybody started running away from that noise and the Prophet salallahu already sent him actually started running to words that sound right to see what had happened. So and one night, actually, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that who was going to guard me so that I can sleep and sorry, little Dylan horn, who came and he said, I will guard you. So any the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam also experienced fear, he experienced hunger. So think about what

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others have endured. And that will make subber easy. Right, so And also remember what Mr. Bahari mentioned at the beginning of this chapter that in the manual for sobre una adelong be later ASAP. You know, sometimes we observe patients because we say, Oh, I'm supposed to be patient, right, somebody is the right thing to do. And sure it is, somebody is definitely the right thing to do. But remember that Subin is also very, very rewardable. Right? So do it for the reward that Allah subhanaw taala has promised. And you see, the reward for good deeds, generally it is, you know, we learn in the Quran, that the reward for a good deed is multiply 10 times the reward for the one who

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spends in the way of Allah is up to you know, 700 times or even more than that, but the reward for subud is belay hisa it is not 10 times it is not 700 times it is so much that it cannot it cannot even be counted. It cannot be quantified. It cannot be measured. It's in measurable. Right. So, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was angry, he was upset and he had the right to be angry, he had the right to be upset, because what this man said about him was really not correct. yet. The Prophet sallallahu Urdu Senna was patient over here and what was his suburb that he restrained his anger. And remember that the strong person is truly the one who is able to restrain their anger.

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Right? So the Prophet salallahu, alayhi wasallam exhibited, not just patients over here, but also a lot of strength by being patient.

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All right, do you all have any questions or any comments that you want to share right now until I can take them up?

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You can raise your hand and then shall I can pass on the mic to you?

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Is that possible?

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Okay, Bismillah?

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Yes, go ahead. But it was

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just one point that came to my mind regarding patient says,

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it's, it's usually you know, patience comes when you feel entitled, lack of patience is when you feel entitled, you know, so as you mentioned, it's difficult to have patience when you focus on what you don't have. Similarly, when you think you're entitled to get something, or you deserve something, then, you know, it's difficult to actually exhibit that patience. Once we internalize that everything is from a land you don't actually deserve anything. It's a blessing from Allah, then, you know, patients becomes quite easy. Definitely just a caliphate. And this is very true. We, we, we take our blessings for granted. Right? And we, we believe that we deserve them. Right?

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There's there's a huge, huge sense of entitlement. And because of that, the moment something goes wrong, even if it's just a little bit, the only thing we can do is just complain, complain. I mean,

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it is really, we should fear Allah and practice more gratitude than in gratitude, especially these days.

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You know, we're basically complaining about our blessings. I hear people complaining about their children being home. And he isn't a blessing that you have kids at home so that you're not alone. Imagine if you were, you know, at home, all alone without your kids. I mean, your kids bring you joy, they bring you home humor, you know, their silliness, you know, they keep you busy. So, definitely, you know, there there are challenges in life. But especially at a time like this, our focus should be on gratitude, right, because gratitude is what preserves blessings, it perfects blessings, and it also makes blessings enjoyable. And in gratitude,

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not only does it take away our blessings, but it it also takes away the power

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that we can have with our blessings.

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Good sisters, go ahead.

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So for seven years, my grandmother had Alzheimer's and she was at home with us, and we took care of her. And for seven years, I remember I was on night review. Most of the time, I got three to four hours of sleep a night, I was asked for full time college student. I was 37 weeks pregnant when she passed away.

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And I remember during that hard time, it really did feel like it was forever it felt like it would never end. And sometimes the only thing that managed to get through a day was realizing that people had it a lot worse than I did.

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Yes, Barcalounger It was very, it was very helpful to think about that when when the stress levels monitored when the assignments were piling up, and the exams were due, and I had grandmas to deal with it. It was it definitely put a perspective on it. And I'm actually very fortunate and humbled that I had that experience. Because after going through something like that, you realize that all of the mundane little problems that you would deal with are nothing. Yes, barnacle lofi cumulus pantalla reward you. And you know, without any measure or hate for your sublet, and you're taking care of your grandmother.

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That's exactly how it is when you're experiencing difficulty. It seems as if there is no end to it, you know, these days. For some people, every single day is very, very hard, right? There's no end in sight.

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But the any person should still be patient. You know, try to be patient right? This is what we have been taught that if someone does not naturally come, you still try to be patient. And when you do that, almost puntata will give you several, I tried tried different things to bring about subud. But then remind yourself that in sha Allah the reward will be in sha Allah in measurable endless as well. banca lofi comb, as here. I'm going to unmute you. Yep, go ahead. Sorry, come on. My question is that. So over here, the highlights were about being patient in the face of harm. So when do you decide or when, when How can you differentiate between that, okay, now I'm going to be patient

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versus, oh, this is too much for me to handle and I have to stand up are being taken advantage of?

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That's an excellent question as you

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The thing is that,

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basically, and this is something that I mentioned earlier, that is when a person sees that their patients is causing the oppressor to take advantage of them, or to continue with their oppression, then they have to do something right to to stop that cycle of oppression.

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So basically, you you look at your situation, and you see what is within my control, right. And you also have to see what is not in my control. So the things that are not in your control are things that you have to be patient over. What are they, for example, the sister mentioned how she had to take care of her grandmother, right? She was a college student she was expecting. These are things which are beyond your control. It's hard. It's very, very hard, it's exhausting. But then you don't give up over there. You don't become bitter over there, you still make yourself do what is right, you know you have a duty towards your parents, your grandparents, just because you know, you're

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finding it hard doesn't mean that you're going to stop taking care of them. Right, especially when they're in need. So, you know, the circumstances are beyond your control. And this is why you have to observe patients over there. But the circumstances which are within your control, right, which you are able to change, then you have a duty to change them. For example, if there's you know if your child is using foul language, right or you

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A child is hitting you. Right? Then you're not going to be like, Okay, I'm just going to be patient, right? My children aren't my child is, you know, has a very dirty mouth. So I'm just going to put up with it, no, you must do something, what? What is within your capacity to stop them? Right to to discipline them. And just like that, when you are in,

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you know, in in a position where you can get out of a situation that has become harmful for you, then you must get out of that. Right? So, a person basically has to see, what is it that they're able to change? And what is it that they're not able to change? What you're able to change? change that? Right? And that is yourself, and also to some extent, other people or or at least some people some situations, and then what you're not able to change, that is where you have to exhibit sub. Right. Okay, I'll take the last comment. But

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I felt like I'm right now. So yeah, I just, I think, what's important to kind of remember, and especially during times like this is that there's like, with every hardship, there is ease, but that we always think that uses after the hardship, but it's with the hardship as well. And I feel like when you know, this whole, like self isolation, quarantine, like, I've been, like, I can't go to university, I have to do classes online. And I remember in the beginning, I thought it was like, This is like the worst thing that could happen. But it's kind of like, I think I had to really change my mindset and pick this as an opportunity. That, okay, I don't have to commute to class, I

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have so much more time I can, I can exercise, I can connect with people, I can,

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you know, connect more with my being and just really make use of every opportunity so that even when there's these hardship, and just these, this time where things don't look so great. I think it's important to kind of like change your mindset and look at opportunities, like every single situation. Excellent. That is beautiful. You see right now, I mean, because we cannot have the class on campus. This is the reason why I'm doing the class from home, I'm doing it online and 100 I'm so grateful that I'm able to, you know, take your comments, listen from you, I'm getting to know you, you're experiencing, I'm learning from your comments. So, of course, you know, when you're

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experiencing some difficulty, it is painful. But it's important to remember that this pain, this other is not good, it's not going to kill you. Right, because other does not necessarily cause damage, it does not necessarily cause harm. And this is why it's important to focus on what we can do, or the opportunities that are lost Pandora has given us so that we can really take advantage of them. Right. You know, there's so many scholars that we learn about that how they managed to write so much when they were imprisoned. They managed to teach they managed to,

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you know, reflect on the Quran. When they were imprisoned. My mother was telling me about this. One scholar of Arabic language. I don't remember his name right now. But he actually compiled a lexicon, because he was not able to travel. Right? He was he was visiting somewhere. And he intended to leave, but there was a snowstorm. And at that time, a snowstorm meant that you were just trended. So he wasn't able to go back home. So while he was in this foreign land, right, he was just stuck. He began writing and collecting whatever he knew, and he compiled in an entire lexicon. So difficulties certainly bring opportunity and opportunity for a measurable reward. And that is what we don't want

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to lose. Right? And of course, the opportunity to look into different things that we can do, which previously perhaps we were ignoring,

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and hamdulillah Alright, let's move to the next Bab the next chapter. So remember, Heidi writes bad millennia YG he NASA biliary tab, someone who did not send your people to their faces. Meaning when someone does something wrong, then yes, you are responsible in the sense that you must discipline them or you must if you are in that position, or at least you must correct them, you must advise them. But there's different ways of advising people, right. One way of advising people is by shaming them, publicly shaming them, and how is that done by taking their name by pointing them out by

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talking to them like that in public. And another way could be to do so in private. And another way could be to do so in a very general way without taking that person's name. So this is what remember what he is mentioning over here, someone who did not mention censure people on their faces.

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Me meaning when advising people when correcting them,

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then do so without attacking them. And this was the way of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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So the Prophet salallahu organism's way was not to publicly shamed people, or to attack them. Why? Because this would, of course, cause embarrassment, right to the other person, it would also hurt them, it would put them on the defensive, so instead of listening to you, and taking your advice, they're just focused on defending themselves because now that, you know, now their ego has come in.

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And also remember that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a lot of higher, he was a very shy person. So he did not violate that high up by being vulgar. And part of being vulgar. And obscene is to not care. And to go on being rude or, you know, talking about people's faults or attacking people's dignity in public.

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There is also one other benefit.

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And that is that when you highlight on the trait, you you highlight the trait or the action and not the person, then that this is actually

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better for Islam, right, it actually works, when you tell someone that what you have done is bad, you are not bad, then they will actually be encouraged to correct that behavior. Right. When a person is told that, you know, you are a bad person, you are defining them as a bad person, then they feel like okay, this is me, this is why I am there is no way that I can change myself, right? But when you tell someone that this action is wrong, right, then they're able to see themselves apart from that action. And then there they know that they're able to leave that action, right? So it leads to introspection, and

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it also allows that person to change themselves. So let's look at the headies had this in our model no Hopson had definite A B had definite airmesh had definite Muslim and must rock Carlota Isha to, I shall deliver on her reported that son on the BU sallallahu alayhi wa sallam ashendon the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam once did something for a hub for a Sufi and he made an allowance in it or we can understand this as that he took the rasa in it rasa as in the easier way which is which was permissible. So he he went with the easier way because that is what the prophet sallallahu earlier said I'd like to do.

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fatness is the one who common so some people refrained from it out of caution. You know, they they thought that well, that's the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam his status is so great. We need to work harder. For whatever Valley can be you fabella Valley can be your sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and this news reached the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for haba. So he addressed the people for how many the Lucha and then he praised Allah, some Allah And then he said, mal balou acquirement What is wrong with some people yet in a zoo or in a shady or snafu? That they are refraining from something that I do? For Allah He in Nila Allah whom biLlahi what a shadow hula hatia By Allah, I am

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most knowledgeable of them. Sorry, I. He said for Allah He Neela Allah moon Billa I am the most knowledgeable of Allah among them. And I am the one who has the strongest fear of Allah among them.

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So this is also an example of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam patience, alright, over the ignorance of some people.

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Remember that the patience of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam It was not such that he tolerated

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disobedience to Allah or he tolerated people going to extremes in religion, right. So what happened over here is that some people, they rejected what was permissible, and you may have heard the incident about how some people came and they asked the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam about the the actions of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam as to how much he prays in the night. How

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Frequently he would fast. So one person said that I'm not going to sleep in the night at all I'm going to pray all night long. Another person said that I will fast every day and other person said that I'm not going to get married at all. So basically, they refuse to do what the prophet sallallahu Sallam did, because they thought that it was not good enough, right, that they needed to work harder. And this is something that is wrong. All right. There was another occasion where a man came to the Prophet sallallahu an incentive and asked that, sometimes I wake up in a state of Geneva, and I intend to fast so should I take also first and then begin my fast? So the Prophet

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that the same happens to me at times. So I take Lissa after I begin my fast, and then I pray. So the man said, O Messenger of Allah, you are not like us, Allah has pardoned all of your sense. And on this the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam actually became upset, right? He was upset and he said, I am more fearful of Allah than you are.

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So in this Hadith, we see that when the when the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam found out about this, that some people are a mate are going to an extreme in religion. He said, My Ballu, a poem in what is wrong with some people. He said, some people he didn't say, this individual, this person and that person, he did not take their name, right? He mentioned the action, but not the name. Because when the action is mentioned, and this is something that everybody could benefit from, that this kind of action or this kind of behavior is not good, right? And if only the person is mentioned, then that would only lead to public shaming, and not necessarily Islam.

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So basically, what we learned from this hadith is that our Deen is not about who can work the hardest, and who can work the most. But who can show most obedience to Allah and His messenger? Right? So whatever the Prophet sallallahu wasallam did whatever he gave, then that is best and that is what we're required to follow. had nothing that I've done about on our Abdullah upon our shorba to oncotarget Scimitar Abdullah, who have not be Earth betta Mola, NSN abhi sorry, then a coup de Paula cannon abou sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a shed the higher Amina either it fear Fifi that he had.

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He said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was more modest than a virgin in her tent, for either Allah or Shea and he or Cracow who are have now houfy when he, when he saw something he disliked, we could see it in his face.

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So how is this related to the chapter heading that the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam did not always,

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you know, he did not always discipline or correct people in the sense that just because he disliked something, he didn't always, you know, express himself over there. All right, in when he found something upsetting, you could see on his face, right? And if it was wrong, in the sense that it violated the commands of Allah, then of course the prophets of Allah who already sent him corrected, people over there. So this shows us that you don't always have to say what you feel inside, right? Some things have to be swallowed. Will cow we mean it'll shave and this is also part of sub.

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All right, any question or comment about this?

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Any question or comment about this? You can raise your hand and shovel.

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Okay.

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Next Mancha for a hobby lady that will in for her come upon.

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That number 73 Mancha, Fatah who if someone calls his brother, an unbeliever, he calls him a calf hit the lady that we then without any grounds, for what come up all other than he himself is what he said.

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Be lady that we've been means without any grounds, meaning without any justification, there's no reason to call the other a cafe, but he calls him a cafe anyway. Why does he call him a cafe as an insult? So if a person calls a Muslim, a cafe as an insult, then this is a very serious and sensitive matter.

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Remember that it is forbidden to call a Muslim, right? Someone who declares the kalama a carfit. It is not correct to do that. And this is something very

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Be very serious. So in the Hadees remember what he says he doesn't have Mohammed what I'ma do sorry Carla had nothing Iris Mantegna Omar. Baba Ali you Bill mobarak Anya yagni ob Kathy, an OB Selamat er an OB who ryotaro the Allahu anhu and that also the Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a call the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, either Karla Julie Ophelia cafard when a man says to his brother Oh cafard fucker, the bear or be a hairdo humor, then it goes back to one of them. Meaning either the person who called the other a calf it is a cafe or the person who is called a cafe is a cafe but one of them is going to be a cafe will color it crema took neuromedin idea here

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and Abdullah evening Xiao Samira Abbas Selamat Estemirova who later on in the BIA sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and it brings another rewi of this. The next Hardee's is also similar so I'll do this right now had This is Mary it'll call her destiny Malik and Abdullah hymnody now on Abdullah him Yamato rhodiola hora in Houma under Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a call the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said au mala Julian Connolly Ophelia cafe for called the Bella be her huduma if any man says to his brother, oh unbeliever then he goes back to one of them. So it's basically a double edged sword. Right? Either it's going to strike and hurt the person that is being

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accused, or it's going to hurt the person who is accusing meaning one of them is going to be caffeine so this is something very very serious and a person has to be very very careful. had nothing I'm also known as smart he had definite Mohave had definitely you burn up lava and Sabbath near the heart and inner being sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a call, man Hello Fabi millerton ladle Islami caddy Ben faha. Come up, Paul. Whoever swears by religion other than Allah falsely is as he said, woman Katana and of several be Shay in earthly Bobby heafy Natty jahannam. And whoever kills himself with something will be punished by it in the fire of jahannam we'll learn we'll move minica

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kotli cursing a believer is like him, woman Rama meenan be kauflin for who are quarterly. And if someone accuses a believer of unbelief, then it is like killing him. So there's several things in this Hadees The first is about swearing by another religion. And that means that for example, a person takes an oath to prevent themselves from something. So they say that By Allah, if I eat this, then I'm a Christian.

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Or to defend themselves. They say By Allah, if I stole this, as you say, then I'm a Christian or I'm a Hindu, right? So taking such an oath is wrong. It's a major sin.

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And if a person takes such an oath falsely, how that for example, a person is guilty of theft, right but just to show their innocence, they say By Allah, if I really did steal your property, then I'm a Christian.

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Then this is a is something much more serious. There's there's a double sin over here, the sin of a false oath and the sin of, of taking an oath by religion, other than that of Allah subhanaw taala.

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Secondly, in this Hadith, we see that whoever kills himself with something, then he will be punished with it in the fire of hell, which shows that this is also a major sin. And cursing a believer is like killing him. Why? Because to curse someone is basically to say that may you be removed far away from the last panel, Todd has mercy. Right. And it is with Allah's mercy that a person is alive, right that they're safe. So saying or more in saying that someone should be removed from Allah's mercy is like killing them. And then women run I mean, and be covering for whoever country and this is the reason why my boy Holly brings his head is over here that calling a believer a calf It is

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also like, killing him. Meaning it's, it's a crime, just as killing a Muslim is a crime. So remember that as long as a person identifies as a Muslim, as long as a person, you know, they declare the Kalima than they are to be taken as a Muslim. Alright, and we should leave this matter to the people of knowledge. And, you know, leave this matter to Allah Subhana Allah knows what is in the hearts of people. Right when when a person right before he was killed, he said I believe

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and the companion went on and killed him and the Prophet sallallahu artesanal found out about that later.

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He was really upset he said did you did you can open his chest meaning Did you know what was really in his heart if he actually meant it or not? Right? So you don't know what is in the heart of people. So it is, you know, not just an insult. This is something very, very dangerous that a person called a Muslim, a cafard.

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Any other question about this or comment regarding this?

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Okay, let's continue. Let's inshallah complete the next vibe as well. Bad Malema ik Fadiman parlodel. And Oj healin, someone who did not consider the one who said that based on an interpretation or out of ignorance, to be an unbeliever, meaning if someone calls another cafe, why, on some grounds?

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What grounds based on something that he knows, right or out of ignorance, then is he himself a cafe? No, this is basically an explanation of the previous Bab, there's two words over here without a will and j with a will is a person who has knowledge, right? So he says what he says based on knowledge, but of course, as a human being, he can make a mistake, right, he can make a wrong conclusion, because he or he does not know the full picture at that time. And Jonah Hill is someone who does not have knowledge, right? He does not know, the laws of tech feed that feed is to declare someone cafe so he he does not have that knowledge, for example, or he does not know the circumstances of the

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person he is doing the feed off. You know, for example, someone asks you about an individual, that what are they like, what what religion? Or do they have? And you say,

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they are not a Muslim? Right? And you say that because that you because you don't know about them, you just assume that they're not Muslim based on their name, for example, and then later on, you find out that they're actually a Muslim, right.

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So, you you made that judgment based on what on ignorance. So, it is important to be careful about this matter, but at the same time, remember that people can make mistakes, right? So remember that when people make a mistake, a genuine mistake, then they are not guilty of sin. All right. Like for example, if a person

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you know, they they forget that they were fasting and they eat, then that eating will not break their fast because they forgot, right?

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So just like that if a person called another calf hit because of a wrong interpretation, right? Which is based on

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ignorance, right or wrong interpretation because they literally made a wrong conclusion, then they're not guilty of sin. So they're not going to be treated as coffee or they're not going to be called cafard what kind of emotionally healthy been in a homeowner or model the Longhorn who said about how they This is how to even be well thought that he is an NFL he's a hypocrite for call an abuse of the law, who are you send them to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said when I knew that he Kala Allah Allah, tala Illa Allah bedridden for Kala Cordova for too long. What What do you know, perhaps Allah has looked at the people of Bethel and said, I have forgiven them, I forgiven you. So

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how sleep is from the people of butter and Allah has perhaps forgiven him and you're calling him a monastic. So he's not a monastic. So remember happened? We're going to be both. He actually sent a letter to the people have makup

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right before the conquest of Makkah. Right. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam had that letter interpret ahead that letter, that lady who was taking the letter caught, the letter was basically stopped and remodeled the Longhorn, who called hafley. Will de la Mourinho, a monastic at this time. Why didn't remodel Dylan Warren who call him a monastic? Based on what he saw? Right? He had some grounds,

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how they brought the Longhorn, who was apparently siding with who with the enemies of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, and only a hypocrite would do that. Right. So I'm all about the Longhorn, who had grounds for what he said. But was he correct in his judgment? No, he wasn't. Why? Because of the fact that Allah forgave the people who were at Bethel and how to build the Longhorn, who was one of them. So we're not the only one who made a genuine mistake over here, in making this conclusion, and this is why the Prophet sallallahu wasallam did not say what Ramana You are a monastic you

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If you call them a monopoly, you are a monastic. No the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did not say that so this shows us that

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interfere also a person can make a genuine mistake let's look at the Hadees quickly had doesn't have Mohammed ignore our bad data. Why don't I Is he a foreigner Salim had the phenomenal bluehdi now had the thinner jabiru binocular and no more other than a javelin rhodiola horn who can you Sully mine Nabi sallallahu. Already he was synonymous and we had to call Mughal for you suddenly became a scholar for corabi facula Ibrahim Al Baqarah Sumeragi bingeable or the Longhorn who would pray with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam then he would go back to his people, and he would lead them in Salah. So one night What did he do? He led them in salah and he recited so little about Quran.

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Allah father Joe was Ramadan for Salah Salatin. Javi fatten. So there was a man who what he did is that he broke the prayer. He left the jamara and he prayed on his own. He did not pray with more our little dilla horn who Fabiola Delica more than and then when this reached more of that this man didn't pray with him for quality, no human effort. He said, This man is a monastic he's a hypocrite. Why did he call him when I felt because only when I felt at that time would not pray in congregation. All right. You know, this man became lazy insula, right, according to my little dilla horn who was understanding he left the jamara right, and he prayed on his own. He was lazy in salah

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and he found Salah very hard for benalla daddy CoverGirl. So this news reached this man that more odd called him MNF. For attend Nabeel sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said this man came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for Kalia Rasul Allah. He said O Messenger of Allah in NA como Nirmal looby Idina. We are people who work with our hands, meaning we are laborers. When SP Bina wildly Hina and we irrigate with our camels, right meaning we do a lot of hard work well in the more than salubrinal bury her and Morag led us in the prayer yesterday, for Cora Alba kurata. Further Joe was to and he recited sort of about color so I left the jamara for zarma only when FF and he thinks now

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that I am a hypocrite for cotton abuse Allah who were to send them to the Prophet sallallahu earlier said I'm Cydia moron or moron. For 10 and under are you putting people in fitna set up and he said this three times in our shamcey will to help her was a bit was a bit his model because Allah wanna Haha, recite other solos like sort of the shapes and circle Arla. So we see that morado the Longhorn who made a mistake here where he assumed where he made the judgment that this man was MNF. And he made this judgment based on on on the fact that the man broke the salon. Right, he left the salon. He he shunned the congregation. So, Moraga de la Mourinho was, in a way justify it right? He made a

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tough wheel, but that that wheel, that judgment was not correct. Right. So this is why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not call morado de la Mourinho he went after all right. So

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in So in summary,

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the same thing a person can make a mistake, but it doesn't mean that they are themselves a cafe or a monastic.

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He doesn't he is how about honorable Malema had the tenant Oh, sorry, you had that and azuri you and her maiden are an OB who are a lotta Kala Kala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Man Hello from income for quality halevi believe it will erza folly akula illa Illa Allah, woman panelists are heavy Donna will permit affiliate esodoc whoever swears and says in his oath by lakhs by Rosa and bilat lathan Rosa are idols meaning he swears by them, then he should say la ilaha illAllah.

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And whoever says to his friend, his companion that come I will make a bet with you, then this person should give sadaqa

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So notice how if a person says by I swear by length, right, I swear by this idol, all right. Now, this is a very, very wrong statement. This is actually should. This is a form of associating partners with Allah. But remember that the Arabs, they were very used to that it was very habitual for them to take oaths, alright. And people even after they had embraced Islam, it was very, you know, it was habitual for them to, you know, keep on taking those same bolts. So sometimes, even a Muslim, you know, he would take an oath by lat or by Rosa, out of forgetfulness. All right. And the Prophet sallallahu earlier said them did not declare

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them mushrik because of this forgetfulness, So, remember making a genuine mistake, and likewise forgetfulness, right, these are acceptable excuses. Meaning because of because of such reasons a person is not considered guilty. All right. But this Hadees teaches a very important lesson that, firstly, we should only swear by Allah subhanaw taala and not by anything else, all right. And if a person does say something like that out of forgetfulness, right, like, for example, some people are very used to saying things like, geez, right, taking the name of reciting some out of, you know, frustration or shock,

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then again, they don't really intend that they don't really mean that. So they're forgiven for things like that, but then they should say la ilaha illa Allah, okay, meaning a mistake can happen, but then you have to fix that mistake. And then the second thing that's mentioned in this Hadees that whoever called us companion to pee mouth and PMR was actually a game of gambling. Alright, so whoever says let's gamble, then he should give sadaqa All right. And this shows us that you treat the disease right or you you fix a mistake by doing its opposite, right. Because in this game of gambling, you are consuming you are earning money through wrong ways. So you treat that by giving

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sadaqa and that is that you give money in a good cause.

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had the potential to have definitely are now very uneven your mana will be a lot more in Houma a know at the rock Armada medical Todd fee rock been wahoo Huawei actually for b2b so even irmo said that he found or mobile atop his father, amongst some people who are writing their animals.

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And what was he doing? I'm gonna hug Bob. He was Yeah, he will be a bee he he was taking an oath by his father. Meaning by my father found out that when Rasulullah sallallahu earlier said them so the Prophet sallallahu Urdu sent him called out to those group of people in whom was a model doula Mourinho and he said Allah in the La Jolla and hair comb and definitely will be about econ. Beware Indeed Allah has forbidden you from swearing by your father's. For men can hardly find filial if Billa whoever wants to take an oath, then he must take an oath by Allah, what a level your smooth and if not, then he should remain silent. So remotely long Mourinho took an oath by his father. Why?

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Because he did not know. Right? He did not know that this was wrong. People used to take Olds by their fathers, you know, by many different things. So Ramallah Longhorn who did not know that this was wrong. So the prophets of Allah who were to send them, you know, he did not say that you are emotionally. Right. So, Jehan or ignorance is also an rather, it's also an acceptable excuse, meaning a person is not guilty of a sin if he does not even know that something is a sin. Right. So in this Hadith, we see that it's possible that great people like ermotti Longhorn, who also do not know everything, right, they can also make mistakes. And the cure to ignorance is his knowledge. And

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when you see someone making a mistake like that, then instead of judging them or shunning them, or publicly shaming them, what is necessary is that we inform them so that they can correct their mistake. And this is and also the fact that gelatin is in rather,

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this is a reason why we made carotid robina to a hymnal in nesina, our partner, that our Lord do not hold us accountable meaning to not punish us, if we forget, or if we make a mistake. And as human beings we are prone to forgetting ignorance and also making mistakes. So, in both of these ahaadeeth we see very clearly that an author should only be taken by Allah, not once parents, not your head or someone else's head only by Allah subhana wa tada and all should only be taken when a person is truthful.

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And also remember that it's not good to swear a lot.

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Nor is it and it's also permissible actually to take oaths by the attributes of Allah subhana wa Tada. All right, any questions or comments you have inshallah you can ask right now, and then we will conclude the class.

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Okay, good question. Is it okay to

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say that willingly not praying is coffered or saying

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or basically telling people that it is a sign of Norfolk to not pray on time in order to correct them?

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It depends on how you say it. You know, if, for example, someone is leaving their salah and you say you're a cafe, or you're a monastic, then this would of course not lead to, you know, Islam. What is necessary is that you advise them that, you know, this is something that doesn't fit a Muslim and you talk you warn them about the repercussions of leaving Salah or delaying Salah, etc.

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Okay, so remember that the companions like role model de la Mourinho or more or they've been juggling all the long horn who if they call someone MNF and it wasn't because they were angry, it wasn't to take revenge, alright to vent their anger or to curse them, no, this was their their understanding based on what they observed or model the Longhorn who if he called How have you been? Have you both Come on, I feel that he had a reason for that. Right. However, even though the both of you when he sent that letter, he was basically on the surface siding with the enemies of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was putting the lives of so many people at risk right in danger. So

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remember to Longhorn who said that not you know as as an as an angry response, but he said that based on you know, is something very dangerous that he saw. Likewise, morato de la Mourinho if he said that regarding this person, any It was also necessary for him to warn people against this individual. Because if if this individual You know, he broke the jamara today, what's going to happen tomorrow, everybody's going to start leaving the Salah. Right? So, if the companions made such conclusions, they made them based on their knowledge. This doesn't mean that we start calling every other person that we see their Menagerie if they're gonna fit their cafe, their cafe. We don't

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have the right to do that. Never be hasty in doing that and never be never consider yourself a qualified to say something like that. Leave this matter to Allah and leave this matter to the people of knowledge inshallah, I believe I'm supposed to end now. It's ultimately a time where I am. So inshallah will conclude here.

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Any questions you have inshallah you can send them later. And perhaps they can be addressed at another time. catches up. qumulo Hayden cathedra Baraka lo fi comm so panicle long more behind the shadow Illa Illa illa Anta as the heruka Tobu Lake Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu.

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