Sahih al Bukhari – Kitab al Adab #37

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Dr. melissani of Kahu Kohli Aloma and the Colby was sadly Sonny was ruled Sufi motto Colby amin Yoruba alameen inshallah, we will continue with our study of kuttabul Adam from Cerebro Hari and inshallah we will begin today from Bab number 110. And these are words that we were looking at were about the names of people and we learned earlier about the importance of giving a good name. And if a person's name is not correct, meaning its its meaning is incorrect or it has a negative meaning, then we see that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam would change such a name. Now the Bab is about verb the smear till Walid giving the name Waleed meaning is giving the name Walid correct Is

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this something permissible? Because we see that there are some narrations that indicate that giving giving this particular name to a child is not correct. But all of these narrations are actually weak and to and to prove the permissibility of of giving this name. Mr. Bahari brings this Hadees over here. By the way, the word Walid literally means a newborn child. So, so like like a baby or an infant. And in different languages, you have, of course, different words to indicate this. So the question over here is, is it permissible to give this name to children? And when they of course become adults? Is it is it okay for them to have this name? So let's look at the headies. A harana,

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a boon or Ayman al froglube New Canaan had doesn't have new arena on his zuri year I'm sorry, then on a bee hooray daata Cannella Mara foreigner bu sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah saw him in a rock it color. So abora belong more annual reported that when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam raised his head from the recuerde meaning when he got up from the bowing position, in Salah Allah He said meaning in his Salah he made Dora Allah Houma Angel will lead of nowhere lead that Oh Allah. Rescue or save Walid ignore Walid was selama tub nahi Sham, where a ye shebna abhi Robbie era, meaning the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mentioned these individuals by name and he made the

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offer them that Oh Allah rescue these people, Oh Allah save these people. Well most of our feanor Bhima cutter and also save the people who are oppressed in Makkah. And he made Dora Allah How much did what to occur Allah Moodle, Allah, Allah I lay him see Nina, Cassini use of that, Oh Allah be harsh on the tribe of mother and all Allah impose on them the years of famine, like the years of famine, on on the people of use of early his center. So in this Hadees, we see that the name will lead the balloon will lead as mentioned, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prayed for this man for this companion. And so, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did not change his

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name, and when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam referred to him by his name Walid, then this shows that this name is completely permissible. Now in this Hadees we see that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam actually made the offer these individuals in his Salah when he got up from bluecore. And this kind of door is actually called galoot. That when you're praying against the enemy, or when you are praying insula against the enemy or for the protection for the, for the safety of Muslims, that they may be granted help, that they may be saved from the from the particular oppression that they are suffering from. And we see that the Prophet sallallahu earlier

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was that I didn't pray in general terms. He he actually made draw very specifically where he mentioned the names of the oppressed, and he mentioned the name of the oppressors. And this shows us that in Salah it is actually permissible to make God like that meaning it is

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permissible to mention the name of an individual that you are making GPA and and of course, there's a difference of opinion when it comes to the language that you use that Can you can you make draw in your in a language that is other than Arabic. But of course, the safer opinion is that, you know, you you, you may draw in the language of Salah, which is Arabic, but here the issue is about mentioning someone's name in Salah when you're making golf for them. And we see that this is permissible because the Prophet sallallahu earlier said and did that. And then other nations We also learned that the Prophet sallallahu earlier said and prayed connote in fudger Salah, so this was in,

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in the font prayer, not just involuntary prayer, and this was in congregation. So, of course, this shows the permissibility Now the question is Who exactly is really the new lead for whom the Prophet sallallahu already Asana made this door will let them know when he was actually the brother of Khalid ignoble lead of the Longhorn who, and we learned that well, he didn't really, he came actually in bothered to fight the Muslims. He came from the side of the machine to fight the Muslims. And he was he was taken as captive by the Muslims in bother. And what happened is that his two brothers came to rescue him to to release him. And they even paid a hefty sum of, you know, as

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ransom for him. But when when he left with them, he actually embraced Islam. And, you know, his brothers told him that why didn't you embrace Islam earlier? Because then we would not have to pay all this money for you. And he replied that I did not want you people to think that I was afraid of being imprisoned. And and that is why I became Muslim out of fear of the Muslims. So what happened is that he went to, you know, he went along with them, but then they imprisoned him in Makkah, because he had converted to Islam, he they imprisoned him in Mecca. And so he was of the oppressed in Makkah. So the Prophet sallallahu, early usnm prayed for his freedom, and this there was of

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connote in salah and soon we learned that will either muhuali dragula horn who he was freed and he joined the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam in Medina, and we learned that he also went for Umrah with the Prophet sallallahu, Urdu Sonam later on. Now, who was selama even his Sham we learned that selama ibn Hisham radula Horton, who was also from Makkah, he was actually the cousin of Harley Davidson Waleed and and we learned that he embraced Islam very early, and was imprisoned in Makkah and, and he was also persecuted in the way of Allah. And who was a Yeah, Shubin Riviera. He was also a cousin of Khalid bin Walid. And he was also among the oppressed in Makkah. We learned that he

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actually embraced Islam very early. And when he was migrating from Makkah, with a model de la Mourinho, what happened is that Abu Jamal came to him. And he and he said to him that you know, your mother has taken an oath that she's not going to sit in the shade. She's not going to comb her hair, she's not going to eat anything until unless she sees you. So you better go see her. And her model de la Mourinho warned him that you know what it seems like they're trying to trap you. But he was concerned for his mother. So he went, and when he went, they actually captured him, they imprisoned him, and after a long time, that he was set free, and he was able to make his way to Medina. So we

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see that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prayed for the oppressed among the Muslims, those who had been imprisoned in Makkah. And we see that any the Prophet sallallahu earlier said him use the power of da, you see, there are situations in which you really don't have much that you can do. Meaning you yourself may be in a situation where your hands are tied, or you're not able to, you know, bring yourself out of a certain difficulty, you don't have the means you don't have the resources, or you see someone else as a victim of oppression. And again, you don't have the means to to help them to rescue them. so in this situation, we see that we shouldn't just despair, we

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shouldn't give up. We should use the power of the raw because the raw is the weapon of the believer. And we see that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used Dora in this situation, this doesn't mean that where you're able to do something that you don't make Dora know you always call upon Allah subhanaw taala whether you were able to do something, or you're not able to do something, but in situations where you really find yourself helpless, you find yourself overcome and defeated. You don't you don't find in yourself or in your, you know, in your means the ability to defend yourself or the ability to to improve your condition or to improve someone else's condition. Then don't

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despair in a situation like that, because draw is your source of strength. And then we see that the Prophet sallallahu earlier said I'm also prayed against the tribe of mother. Now who were the tribe of mother

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They were from the koresh, and they persecuted the Muslims greatly. So this is why the Prophet sallallahu Urdu said and prayed against them. Now the question is that the Prophet sallallahu earlier said and was supposed to be, you know, a mercy to the world's so why is he praying against certain people, he was praying against them so that they would no longer be able to oppress the Muslims. And this is something that we should remember that, you know, we talk about, you know, forgiving the oppressor, we talk about, you know, ignoring the oppression of the, of the oppressors, and that's understandable that has its place. But that doesn't mean that you let the oppression

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continue. You have to do whatever that is within your ability to stop the oppression. If you can stop it with your hands, you do that, but where you don't have the capacity to stop them by your hands, then you definitely use your words. And part of those words is that you make draw, you make draw against the enemy, that may Allah subhanaw taala stop them from committing oppression, that may Allah subhanaw taala any break their power, so that they're no longer able to continue with that oppression. Because facade, you know, is something that a las panatela does not like, and oppression is something that Allah subhanaw taala has made unlawful for himself also. So how can we, you know,

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say that oppression must continue in the name of pardon, in the name of forgiveness, we have to do whatever within whatever that is within our ability to stop the oppression. And we learned that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam actually made this draw for an entire month. And he didn't just make it for a day or two, he made it for a very long time. Because you know, those moments where you really feel upset and hurt, and, and in a lot of pain, because of the oppression of people, then in that situation, you must continue to call upon Allah subhanaw taala, not just once, but over and over again. And notice the dollar that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam made here, that he he

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prayed that may the May the years of famine, be on madore, just as the years of famine were on the people of Yusuf Ali his center, meaning when you Safari his Salaam, in he was in difficulty, what actually brought him what became a means of his relief was the famine that the people were going to in, we're going to experience the seven years of famine. And so like that, what he wanted was that something should happen, which would become a means of relief for Muslims, and for the enemy for for the oppressors to stop their oppression. So don't just, you know, make draw in anger that, you know, made these people be completely destroyed. Make sure that your draws are meaningful, that you're

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praying for, for, for relief from oppression, relief from pain, and the and you want the best for both for the victims of oppression and the oppressors that you want them to stop from their oppression. So that eventually any, they also find success. And we see that that is what happened in the story of Yusuf Ali his center where his enemies, or the people who try to hurt him who try to harm him are the people who eventually confessed. And the people who asked him for forgiveness, and you suffer they said I'm sure that forgiveness to them. So this is what we need to do. Not that we overlook the oppression and pretend like it's not happening. No, it is real, it is happening and it

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must stop. And we must ask Allah subhanaw taala to bring about the means through which the oppressor stops, and the victims are also, you know, given relief. And this also shows us how the Prophet sallallahu wasallam when he was in Medina, and there were Muslims who were suffering in Makkah, he didn't forget about the Muslims who were in Makkah, he he made the offer them and this is something that we need to remember that you know, at times Allah subhanaw taala You know, he blesses us with, with safety with security with so many blessings. And and in such times we tend to sort of forget the people who are in need. So we see that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam lived so

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beautifully, where he, where he appreciated the blessings that Allah had given him, so he did not live with sadness, but at the same time, he didn't forget the people who were victims of oppression, so he continued to make the offer them the next BB is bad man thou Sahiba who for Nicholas or ministry he helfen man doll Sahiba who the person who called his companion by name and when he calls him by name, what does he do for na casa

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So he reduces ministry from his name how to find a letter, meaning he does not say the name in full. rather he leaves out a letter or two from the end. So for example, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would call our Chateau de la Mourinho at times, and he would say your ish, or our ish and not Isha. So the full name is our Isha, but he left out the last letter. So is this something that is permissible? So is it permissible to shorten someone's name? Now it really depends, if you're doing that out of love, that out of friendliness and that is something completely permissible. But if a person does that in order to mock someone in order to you know, belittle them or annoy them, then

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that is not permissible. We'll call it a boy has him in an OB ob hooray rotta Allah Lena bu sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a year ahead of or hasn't reported from a Buddha that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to him, he said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to me Yeah, about here. Oh Abu here, now the cornea of Abu hurayrah de la hora and who was Abu hurayrah right abou hooray era, but the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, he called him by saying abou here. So, so this shows that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in he did that. And his, his shortening people's name out of love shows the permissibility of doing this. Let's look at the

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heavies had this in Abuja man a one on ash era and his re Allah Devaney, Abu Salah, mattogno Abdur Rahman, and now a Chateau de la marinha xojo Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a pilot on a pseudo la he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam lemma. Yara is ish Heather GBT Heather jabril Yo, Cree Okay, Salam. So I shall do one more on her reported that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, yeah, ish. ish. This is gibreel and he is giving you Salaam all too. I shall Dylan Horton who said that I said, where I lay his salaamu warahmatullah and on him be Salaam and the mercy of Allah. Allah wa Hua Yura mela Nala eyeshadow de la Mourinho said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam would see what we were not able to see. Meaning he was able to see gibreel and we were not able to see him. And this was not the only time. But this happened. Of course, many times where the Prophet sallallahu earlier Salaam was shown matters which other people were not able to see even though they were in the same place. Because remember that what is in the unseen, is in the unseen, meaning it is not visible to people, unless Allah subhanaw taala allows that a certain aspect of the unseen be revealed to someone and we see this as mentioned. So to Jean also were part of the unseen is revealed to the prophets of Allah Eonni

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This is a privilege that Allah subhanaw taala gave to his messengers because this was a part of, you know, their role that they played as prophets of Allah. So anyway, emember Holly brings his Hadees over here to show how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam set to Isla de la hora and her yeah ish and not Yara, Aisha.

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Now, this also shows us how any it's necessary that you know a husband and wife address one another, lovingly, you know with nicknames. Why, because the way that you address someone definitely you know has an impact on how you feel about them and they feel about you, when you address someone lovingly. Then of course, this is a means of increasing that love and that bond, but when people you know talk to each other or when they when they address one another, you know, in, in, in plain boring terms, then, that that is almost an indicator of what that relationship is like. So we see how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he, he would address you know, he would call I shall dilla Mourinho

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lovingly. And we see at another place where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would call her homemade law, which basically translates as beautiful or rosy cheeked. So again, any of these beautiful loving expressions and words. Yes, you could say you could argue that you're changing someone's name. But changing the name is not always to insult someone. It is not always to belittle someone. It can also be out of love. But if you feel if you realize that when you, you know, for example, when you

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change someone's name you you're changing it out of love, but they get annoyed and they get irritated, then you have to change yourself, right where you might love to call someone by a particular

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nickname, which you think is, is so acute or so, you know, beautiful and it you know, it really expresses your your feelings about them, but they get irritated by it, then it's not about you only it's also about them. If they're if they feel if they don't feel loved in the way that you are addressing them, then you have to change yourself. Because a relationship is not just one sided, it's both sided, where you're not just concerned about your feelings, you also have to be concerned about the feelings of other people. So we see that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he would do this where he changed the name of someone, he modified it slightly, not to belittle them, but out

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of love for them. Now, we also see over here that gibreel gave salaams to Chateau de la hora. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is the one who conveyed that Salah ne that this shows is that first of all, it is permissible to send your salaams to someone. And, and if someone sends Salaam to someone through you, then don't get annoyed, don't get burdened. Don't feel that, you know, people don't respect you, or that they're, they're treating you like a like a, you know, like a poster man or something that used to have to deliver people's messages. No, even the prophets of Allah who earlier send them delivered the Salaam of gibreel to Isla de la marinha. So there's

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nothing wrong in this. This is not something that that belittles a person. In fact, if you think about it this way, when you deliver someone Salaam and you when you say to someone, so and so we're sending Salaam to you what happens they feel that you know, someone cares about me. They remember me instantly they smile. They have you know, they have a good feeling. So when you bring a smile to someone, isn't that an act of charity? This is definitely something reportable. So don't feel burdened by it. But definitely take this as a responsibility. This is an Amana that you do have to fulfill. And then we see that I shall do a lot more on how she responded. And she didn't just say

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why alayhis salaam, that may peace be on him as well. Rather, she added what I met Allah and also the mercy of Allah, so she gave a better response. Because in the Quran, were told that, that when you are given a greeting, then then respond with a greeting that is better than it for how you be asked. And I mean, how old do her or at least return the greeting. So I shall do a lot more on her. She didn't just return the greeting. She gave a better greeting. And the fact that you know when she said where are they you Sarah made Miss allambie on gibreel This shows us that every single creature is in need of Allah subhanaw taala even Angel gibreel is in need of Allah subhanaw taala has mercy

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of Allah Subhana thought is Salaam security and peace that Allah subhanaw taala gives. So you need no one should think that you know they're too high up there or someone is too high up there. No, every creature of Allah is in need of Allah. Even the greatest of the angels is in need of Allah subhanaw taala because that is the reality of all creatures. The next Hadeeth is had this and most of Lewis Mariel had this and I will have had this in a YouTube I'm a bhp labutta unasyn radi Allahu anhu Pilate cannot almost Sulaiman physically were Angelica to hula mo Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a Yasuko beginner. And assadullah Horan, who said that almost lamela de la marinha she was

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fifth occult she was with the baggage, meaning she was. She and other ladies we learn in other hobbies that there were, you know,

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they were riding camels that were being driven by the slave of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, whose name was Angelica, and some of those camels, you know, were loaded with baggage as well. And under Sure, he was he was driving those camels. And how was he driving the camels. We learned earlier about how they would use a certain form of poetry, a certain a certain rhythm and rhyme in order to make the camels move fast. So he was doing that and he was doing a really good job. So the camels were really walking fast. So what happened? That for Carlin, abou sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a year and Joshua reweigh Decker. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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Yeah, and jeshua now and jesh notice how the word is yet and just not yet and Joshua and Joshua was the name but the Prophet sallallahu earlier said,

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Instead, yeah and jesh reweighed Uk slowdown. So aka bill curry, drive the glass vessels gently, meaning Don't forget that there are ladies also over here. So when you're going to be driving the camels really fast they're going to get hurt and the Prophet salallahu earning the southern compared their delicate nature with that off crystals with that of glass vessels, meaning Be careful. So again, we see over here that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he and he shortened the name and gesture, to and Jewish, and we see that the Prophet sallallahu earlier said and was correcting him, and the manner in which he corrected him was so loving. So panela any, this is something that I

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think all of us are guilty of, that when we see someone making a mistake, we, we, we jump towards them so aggressively. And that aggression is visible, you know, in our tone of voice or in the words that we are using, or in the way that we go towards them. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was so gentle and so loving over here. Yeah, and Josh, because under show was actually doing a really good job. But any Yes, it was good to drive the camels fast, but not those camels. So this is why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in he corrected him in a very loving way. So addressing people like this modifying their name slightly out of love, this is something

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permissible. The next is Bab el cornea Tila sahbihi wa coupler and EULA della Rajamouli.

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l cornea Tila sabi giving a cornea to a child with Kabbalah and EULA della module, and also giving a cornea to a man or to a person before even they have children. Remember that a cornea is abou so and so the father of so and so or oma so and so the mother of so and so. And typically a cornea is given after any after the name off of the eldest child, right. This is this is typically done. However, it Konya as we discussed earlier is not always after the name off of a person's child. Remember that, that a cornea is used for different reasons. One reason is to address someone respectfully, or to address someone in a loving way. So instead of calling someone by their name, so for example, if

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someone's name is Bilal, instead of calling him, excuse me Bilal, if they have a cornea, like for example, of Roma, so you say, you you call them abort, remote abort remote is more respectful than addressing them with their with their name. So calling someone by their cornea is is a way of addressing them in a more respectful way. And then, secondly, calling someone by their cornea is also to identify them because there may be multiple people by the same name, but a cornea is generally unique. So it's a way of, of identifying a particular person. So if the purpose is identification, then is it necessary that the cornea B on the name of a person's child and is it

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necessary that it only be given to a person when they are an adult? And when they have children of their own? Well, that's not necessary. So how do we learn that let's look at the Hadees. Had this an mo said they don't have the center of the word is a bit a year and NSN Kala cannon abuse en Allahu alayhi wa sallam escena nasci caloocan unece radi Allahu anhu said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was a center nursey hollow con was the best of all people in character. Best of all people in character. And what does that mean? That means that you know what any situation that you're in, and you want to know how to deal with that situation in the most beautiful way. You can

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find an example of that in the way of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And you can find an example of his a flock a description of his a flock, that how would that what is the best way of dealing with this situation? And what is the best character to be shown in a situation like that? So the Prophet sallallahu earlier said, a flock, his character, his manner, was the best in every situation. So no matter what situation you're in, you want to know how to behave in the best way. Well, you can find an example of that Indra sudo, Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, what can only a Han you call Allah who abou made. Anasazi langwarrin who said that I had a brother. I had a brother,

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whose name was about roommate and this indicates that this brother of his did not live very long. He

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He died very young because he said I had a brother who used to be called a roommate on Cebu for Clayman, he said, and I think he had recently been weaned meaning he was just two or three years old. If he had recently been weaned, he was very little and still he was called abort remade. What can I either Java and when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would come meaning to our house and he would see abou mermaid Kala he would say yeah about remade my foreign and new head or about remain what happened to new hate what did new hate to do? And what was new red, and as for the long horn, who explained that it was a new Haroon, a bird can a yellow RB which he used to play with

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meaning it was his pet bird that were made he was to play with. For Obama. How about a sonata wahoo Phoebe Tina, and many times when the Prophet sallallahu earlier said it would be in our house it would be time for salah and what would he do Fiat Moodle bill beside play Lady Doctor Who and he would instruct that the rug which was under him would be for Yun kassu Wanda who that it be swept and sprinkled with water why so that it would become fresh. So Maya como and then he would stand when a como Han for who and we would stand behind him for you Selena and he would pray with us, meaning you would lead us in prayer. Beautiful Hadith Mambo Holly brings it over here obviously to

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prove that a child can also be given a cornea. Because in this Hadith, it's very obvious that a mermaid was a little boy who was recently weaned, so just two or three years old, and his name was or he was called a mermaid. And the roommate literally means father of roommate, and it's very obvious that he was not the father of arraign. So this cornea was given to him, even though in he did not have a child and even though he was not an adult, he was still a child himself. So very obvious a child can be given a cornea. Now it is said that oboe remain was actually the same child of uhm, sulayem nodular Mourinho who passed away while he was too little, and while a bottle, how'd

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you learn more, and who was was traveling and when he returned from a trip, he came home, she didn't even tell him that, that, you know, their son had died. And later in the morning, the next day is when she informed him that their son had died. So it was this son of a roommate. And we learned that he had a pet bird, so and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would ask him about his pet bird, which, which shows the permissibility, of, of keeping animals as pets. And as long as of course, the animals are, you know, not not harmed, not abused, they, you know, they have plenty of space, they're fed properly. But But if pets are abused, and this is a serious, serious crime, because we

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learned that when a woman tied up a cat in her house, and or she tied up a cat, and the cat was not able to eat, or drink or, or, or find any food and it starved to death, the Prophet sallallahu earlier Sena mentioned how that cat will be, you know, that that cat was crouching, this woman, the Prophet salallahu, early center was shown that how the cat was crouching, the woman, meaning the woman was being tortured was being punished because of how she had abused this animal. So while Allah subhanaw taala has allowed us to benefit from animals, this is not this does not mean that we can torture them, we can abuse them, and we can neglect them know, a while keeping a pet is

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something completely permissible. It's, it's it necessary that we also take care of them properly. And we teach that to children. And you see, he had this bird and he would play with it. Right.

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NSR de la hora and who said that new Harun kana Yella. rb, it was a bird which he used to play with, meaning it wasn't just a bird that was kept in a cage, rather, he would actually play with it, meaning you would actually handle it. Right? So this shows that children are, you know, handling the animal properly, then allow them to play with the animal safely, then this is something permissible, and it's necessary, you know, for children to be connected to, to to to nature, any these days upon Allah little children even have gadgets in their hands, little babies are drawn towards phones. And when it comes to you know, natural things in the world when it comes to sand and you know, leaves

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and plants and animals and things like that. They feel so disconnected. So it's it's necessary that we let them connect with the world.

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They are a part of, and we don't stop that we don't prevent that from happening in the name of piety, because we see that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam approved of this, and he would even ask about remade about his pet bird, that what happened to it? Where did it go? And we learned that when this bet when this bird died, and a roommate was crying, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam also consoled him. And this also shows us how the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in he would interact with children, he will talk to them, and he would visit the companions in their homes and he would also pray over there. And though Anasazi Allahu anhu and he gave all of this description,

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after saying that the Prophet salallahu, Urdu Sebnem, was the best of all people in a clock in character. So character is not just in professional settings, character is not just you know, from, you know, from from a microphone, character is not just over email, character is not just you know, in business dealings. character is also about visiting people. It's also about talking to people, it's also about talking to people about their interests, it's also about sitting with them and eating with them, and praying with them, and praying on time with them. And all of this is part of good luck. And so, you know, in the name of piety, it's not right, that we cut off from people that

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we completely, you know, disconnect with them, that, you know, we're not interested in the petty things of the world. And, you know, we don't waste our time in these petty worldly matters, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was not like that, he was the best of Allah servants, and he was the best of people in character. And his beauty was in remembering Allah subhanaw taala in all, in all of his situations, in all of his interactions, and we see that he interacted with children, he interacted with women, he interacted with men, but always in a way that was dignified. That reflected you know, remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala and and beauty at every level.

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And going back to the issue of Konya. Remember that the cornea of some of the companions was not on their children. And we discussed this earlier also, like, for example, a Bobo cuddle de la Mourinho, and he was called aboubaker, even though he didn't have a child whose name was bhaker. Right. Abu hurayrah de la hora. And who was given that Konya Herrera is is a little cat a kitten. So he was given that name because of his cat, not because he had a child whose name was Herrera, right. So such a cornea is not a false statement. All right, the cornea of this nature is not a lie. Because some people become very rigid, they become really extreme, you know, black and white, all right,

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which means that you can be given this kunia only if you have a child who has this name and if you don't have the have a child, then you cannot have a cornea. And if you don't have a child with this name, then you cannot have this cornea and if you have this cornea, then you're lying and you're spreading lies and lying is in Hellfire and so on and so forth any some people, they become extremely rigid and this is something that is against the sooner. So, remember that Abu

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like for example, abou made Abu hurayrah about to rob any herbal yes it means father, but in a cornea of the word abou does not mean father any it does not mean biological father, all right. It can also give the meaning of a Misbah. mitzvah means Association, meaning someone who is associated with something All right. So you know, for example, there's a name of Allah. Okay, Abril, Allah, Allah, Allah is one of the names of Allah, all right, abou means father, all right, literally, it means father, but what is meant by this name or this cornea is a godly person or like in Urdu in in Hindi, reset Allah Allah, right. So a godly person, any someone who, who remembers Allah, all right,

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someone who is a servant to Allah. So the word the word abou is not to be taken literally. And this is something common in the Arabic language you have. For example, the word ibnu Sybil, a traveler is called Eva no Sabina even a sebe literally means even means son, and Seville means road. All right. So literally it means the son of the road. Now why why would you call a person the son of the road? Are they literally the child of the highway? No, that's not what it means. What is meant is that this person is on the road. They're traveling

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All right. So, a cornea remember is not to be taken literally, okay. And this is very important to understand because there are certain matters that are coming up in because I will other will show that when it comes to language things are not to be taken literally, you cannot overlook the context you cannot overlook the, you know, the the figure of speech. And if you start taking things literally and you start looking at things as black and white and you say this is this is false, this is true, this is a lie and this is how long and this is going to Hell, no, you're only going to make your life difficult and other people's lives miserable. And people are going to start avoiding you

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and disliking you. And besides this is against the solar unit, we shouldn't always be looking for things in people to cancel, right for people and things to you know, speak negatively of, and to bash all the time, any this kind of behavior and mentality is very unhealthy. The next BB is bad at the company b a b to Robin, we're in Canada who kunia turn over at the company B a bit too Rob giving the cornea of a booth to rob a booth Rob literally means father of dirt. Okay, or mud.

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And what is meant is someone who is covered in dirt. Okay, so given a cornea like this, we're in Canada who cornea to Ohara even if this person has another cornea. Okay, so there's two issues over here. First issue is, is it permissible to give a cornea like Abu Rob, alright, because someone could say, Oh, this is very derogatory, that this is an insult. Alright. And secondly, the issue over here is that if someone already has a cornea, but you want to address them by a cornea, that reflects their present condition, for example, because of what they're wearing, or because of what they're doing, then Is that okay? So we see that, for example, a Buddha or the Longhorn, who he was

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called a Buddha because of his cat, right, because of the fact that his cat was with him. Right? So we see in the, in the Hadith that we're just going to read that earlier, Dylan Horne, who the Prophet sallallahu alayhi Salaam called him a boon to rob why, because there was dirt on him. There was mud on him, even though it looked to the horn who had another cornea. And that was about hesson. Right, his son's name was huson. So he was called Abolhassan, but still the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam called him about Torah at that moment, because there was dirt on him. So remember that Kenya is also an expression of, you know, a of love. It's a loving expression. When we see that

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in, you know, different cultures, different languages, there are different ways of addressing people like that. So this is something completely permissible. Our religion is a very natural religion. It's it's not a fake lifestyle, where you where you fake piety and strictness, and you know, you are constantly on edge and everything is supposed to be very formal. You know, relax this, this is how the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was, you know, be in the moment connect with people. Be gentle. So we see over here the Hadees that a man party brings had this and a colleague of pneumophila had that in a suit a man called destiny abou has him unsettledness Arden. Kala incarnate a habit a smoky eye

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leagan radi Allahu anhu la de

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la Hina abou to rob la booth Rob.

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So certainly been solid said that. The the most beloved names of Isley rhodiola Horan, who was about Rob, meaning the best meaning the name that he loved the most for himself was a booth. Rob, you see people people are addressed in different ways. They're addressed by their name. They're addressed by you know, if they have a cornea, people address them by their cornea if they have a certain title. They're addressed by that title. So earlier, do you love Mourinho? What he loved, you know, he loved to be addressed by by the title about Rob by the cornea, booth. Rob, were in Canada a year for who I knew the RB her and he used to be happy when he was called by it. Meaning when someone called him by

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saying Yeah, by saying about Rob he he was he would actually be happy he liked it.

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Why? What was the story behind this kunia was a man who abou to Robin Elena bu sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and it was only the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam actually, who gave him that name, or that kunia abou throb. What's the story? The story is that

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raga yaman file polymethyl that one day a little Dylan Warren who became angry at file to model de la Mourinho who was fat fatty metal dealer marinha, the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the wife of our little de la Mourinho. So one day our little dilla horn who was upset with his wife, and what happened for hajah he left home for leggera, LG Daddy, Elon Musk, and he went to the masjid and he was laying down and he was resting against the wall of the masjid. And remember that the ground of the masjid the wall of the mustard was not such that it was, you know, no, you know, built in such a way that there was no dirt. No, there were pebbles, there was dirt. There was

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dust fauja who Nabeel Salalah Who are they? Who was selama yet very who, so the Prophet sallallahu earlier said him came to look for him. And he found him in the masjid laying down like this bacala who were there mythology around Phil Gee, daddy.

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So what happened is that while he was, you know, laying down, he was sleeping by the wall, meaning someone said to him for jell o Nabi sallallahu. Ernie, he was selama one Teller, a wahoo. To Robin so the Prophet sallallahu arisin was looking for a little Dylan Warren who he came to the masjid and someone said that he's he's laying down over here next to the wall. So the Prophet sallallahu earlier said him came to our de la jolla Mourinho and Leela de la hora, and whose back was covered in mud. flagella Naboo sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a youngster who to Robert and Laurie. So the Prophet sallallahu arisen and began wiping off the mud from the back of our little Dylan Marinho,

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your kulu. And he was saying, ageless. Yeah, other to get up, sit, sit up, or abou to rub Subhan Allah ne ardila de la Horne who was angry, he was upset. And the Prophet sallallahu artesan was consoling him. And he was addressing him so lovingly, that set up a booth Rob, he was waking him up, he was gonna talk to him. But first he addressed him in such a loving way. Now, as I mentioned earlier, a little delong Warren whose actual kuhnian was a blessing because his son's name was hesson. But the Prophet sallallahu earlier sent him called him about to rob at that moment, because there was to rob, meaning mud on his back. Now Apparently, this this sounds like an insult, but it

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was actually not an insult. Because in that situation, the presence of mud on his back was actually a good thing. How was it a good thing? It was a good thing, because there you know, there had been something between him and his wife that made him angry. And instead of showing anger, instead of getting, you know, instead of yelling at his wife, instead of fighting with his wife, he went to the best place. And what is that best place? the masjid right, we learned that the most beloved of places to Allah are the mosques. So he went to the masjid. And in the masjid again, he wasn't venting, he wasn't pacing back and forth. He wasn't sitting in anger, he was laying down. And that

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is what you're supposed to do when you are in a state of anger. Right? That if you know that if you talk to people you're going to lash out, you're going to say something negative, you disconnect you go beyond your own. And one of the best places to be on your own is the masjid now of course if you're going to be you know asked by so many different people, are you okay? Are you okay? In the masjid, you're not going to get your own space. That's that's understand that's a different situation. But the point over here is that are the Lila Horan, who was in the masjid, you know, controlling his anger trying to calm down. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam came over here

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to console him. And while consoling him he called him about to rob so this cornea was actually an honor. Right? It was an honor, it was not an insult. Now, what is interesting over here is that I need to do a lot more on who was angry at the daughter of the Prophet sallallahu already who's Allah and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he he's coming over here, not to scold RDL de la hora know that how dare you be upset with my wife? Right? That How dare you, you know, fight with her, and how dare you leave her over there? No, he he the Prophet sallallahu earlier said and did not take you know sides of people, you know, blindly know, if remember, we must focus on ensel. On

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on solving problems, not on aggravating the problem. You know, sometimes what happens is that, you know, news of some conflict reaches us. So, it's necessary that in that situation, we don't start feeding the fire. It's important that we stay calm, and we try to calm other people down. Also

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The Prophet sallallahu earlier seldom any, we don't find any mention of him asking, so what happened? What, you know, what did you say? What did what did she say? And he didn't go to father model de la hora and asking, you know, what happened is you always do this to you. What else does he they do know, the main thing over here is that our little doula horn who was a righteous man, he was a good man, he was a good husband. And here he was angry, and he needed to calm down. So the Prophet salallahu Urdu center went to him. And he consoled his son in law, just as he would console. You know, if I didn't do a Horton, who was his own son, any he showed him that love. And also remember

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that people are people they're human. And no matter how righteous a person is, it is only normal for a husband and wife to get into arguments, to get into the, into disagreements to, to become upset with each other. We learned that a man went to a model de la hora and who to complain to him about his wife that, you know, she, she, she talks back and she, you know, she, she fights with me, she argues with me. And when he reads the house of Armando de la hora know, he heard the wife of a model de la Horne, who's speaking loudly as well. So the man went back saying that, you know, this happens in every house. So this is something very normal. Because you see, when you live with people, you

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have expectations. And naturally, you will have disappointments, it's very normal. And, you know, to have feelings of anger. And, and you know, to be upset, again, this is also very normal. So give yourself time and space to calm down. Give yourself time and space to calm down. If you're not in the right state of mind to be around people take a break. It's perfectly fine, disengage, go for a walk, go sit down somewhere on your own, right, go read something, go, go do something different so that you can, your anger can cool off. Because if you stay angry, and you stay around people, well, you know, by whom you got annoyed by what's going to happen, you're going to lash out, you're going

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to say something that's going to cause damage to the relationship. So sometimes in order to save the relationship, you have to or to or to preserve the relationship, you have to disconnect for some time. And you have all the right to do that. You should you know, take that time for yourself. Or you know, Dylan Warren who did that he went to the masjid but then it's it's the duty of other people to step in and to help people, you know, get, you know, mend their relationship. We'll see that fall tomorrow the Lauryn Hill was dearly loved by the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam but his immense love for her was not such that he, you know, just became angry with our little fellow

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Horan, who, no, he was focused on on solving the problem over here on on helping people heal, not on aggravating the problem. So, so this is something that we should also pay attention to. Another important thing that I would like to mention before we continue because this is one of the last of web regarding regarding cornea, you know, some say that having a cornea is most of the hobby any it's it's better, it's good to have a Konya. Right. So, so basically people should have corneas, okay. But there is no evidence for that. We see that it was a cultural practice at the time that people had cornea. So it's it's not any part of being a religious person that you adopt a cornea.

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Alright, this is not a part of, of, you know, of being a more practicing Muslim.

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It's perfectly fine if someone does not have a cornea. But of course you can address them respectfully, through ways that that people address them whether it is their title, or you know, Mr. So and So, or whatever that is, you know, the norm in the culture that you're a part of, or in the language that you speak but but realize that kunia any it it's to say that it is most the hub, it needs a proof and there isn't anything like that. The next is Bab appollo little Esma eat Allah, the name which Allah subhanaw taala most hits above above meaning most hated of all names to Allah subhanaw taala earlier we learned about names that our last panel tada loves most which shows that

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there are things that Allah loves. And there are things that Allah subhanaw taala does not love. And this is something that we should remember.

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Sometimes people think that whatever is happening in the world, it's happening by God's Will by God's permission. So everything that's happening in the world is loved by God. And that is not true.

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Allah subhanaw taala loves certain things and Allah subhanaw taala does not like certain things, and there is a difference between them. Yes, everything happens by the permission of Allah. But just because the last Panthera allows things to happen, it doesn't mean that he loves it all that he likes it all. What that means is that nothing can happen without the permission of Allah, which means that no matter what happens, Allah subhanaw taala has control and power over it, so nothing can escape the mulk of Allah. All right, and when we're talking about things that Allah subhanaw taala loves, then remember, these are matters that Allah Subhana Allah has commanded people to do.

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Okay? Because when Allah subhanaw taala has commanded us to do something, that means that he wants us to do it, and and that shows that he likes it. So there's a difference between what Allah subhanaw taala loves and what a lost parents are and does not love it. Everything is not loved by a lion everything is not hated or disliked by Allah either. When it comes to names there are certain names which Allah loves. And then there are other names which are lost parents, Allah does not love. Just like that when it comes to other other creatures or other actions or words. Then again, there are those which Allah loves and those which Allah, Allah does not love. And our goal should be to do

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those things to say those things which Allah subhanaw taala loves so that we may be of those people whom Allah subhanaw taala loves her does an abaya man a foreigner sure I had definite a boozy Ned Anil ology and OB hooray Raja Kala Kala rasulillah he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said O Nell Esma eo melki amateur in the law he Rajan on the summer medical amla

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Arsenal us usma e m will pm at the most hated or lowest of names on the day of gentlemen near our last panel Tata will be of a man whose name is medical amlak Medical m lac means the King of Kings meaning of a person has this name then this name is the most disliked by Allah subhanaw taala and such a person will be of the lowest of the low on the Day of Judgment. Let's look at the next Hadees and then we'll discuss why such a name is disliked by Allah doesn't already you've know Abdullah had this in a Sudan on a busy night on an arlidge on a bee hooray rotary wiarton Allah narrows Minar in the law he will call us a piano later on not letting us narrow a smear in the law he

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two slightly different variations remember how it makes them clear in one version is a narrow sman the most disliked name and in another version it is now a smash the most disliked of all names near Allah is Rajan on the Sandman be medical and lack is that of a man who calls himself medical and lack the King of Kings Allah Sophia, no your Coronavirus, wrote of zero Sha one Sha and someone interpreted this this as Sha one Sha, which is in Persian, so King of Kings meaning in in any language, a name, which gives us meaning King of kings. If a person has this name, then this is something that is hated to Allah subhanaw taala. Why because giving a name like this means what?

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That that a person is trying to elevate themselves, right? And they're seeking glory, that I am the King of kings, the highest of the high, meaning I am the best of all, and this is fake glory. And in this this is not real glory. And the reality is that if someone has a name like this, then such a person will be the lowest of the low on the Day of Judgment, because you see the word honor, honor means the most humiliated. Okay, the most humiliated at the most lowest base and weakest. All right, any, it's the opposite the exact opposite of nobility and honor. Okay. So, and we see that, you know, when a person tries to exalt themselves, then that is when they are brought low. And when a

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person lowers themselves, that is where they're brought high, right? We learned that the arrogant will be like ants on the Day of Judgment, and if a person has that pride in themselves that I am better, right, I am the best right? I am, I am more rich, I am I am more righteous, because arrogance can also be in in terms of piety, right, or in terms of one's one's physical,

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you know, forum, so Iblees he said an hadal Minh who I am better than others and what happened to at least when he showed that arrogance. Did he go any higher

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No, in fact, he he became so low right in between her get down from here he was told he was expelled, he was sent down. So the fact is that when someone tries to exalt themselves, when they when they when they try to be arrogant and ensure that arrogance, then the fact is that they are brought low. So in this is a warning. Now the question is why is such a name disliked by Allah because first of all such a name is truly any it's, it's, it's, it's a false statement, because no creature can be the king of kings. No creature can be the king of kings. Any there is yes exaggeration over here but it's a completely untrue statement. No matter how much power a human

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being has, they can never truly be a be the king of kings, the leader of all leaders, why because

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any last pousadas above them, right. And the fact is, that the power, the kingship, the authority, the wealth that people have is limited in its scope, it is not absolute. So saying King of Kings is trying to show that you know someone has absolute authority and power and that is on truth. And this is why any This is a name or title that does not befit people, it only befits Allah. And so giving a name like this is a way of associating partners with Allah associating equals with Allah because only He is the King of kings, right? Only he is, you know, you know the Lord of all. So, it is not correct for the creation, to to give such names to people, names especially which are exclusively

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for Allah subhanaw taala or descriptions, which are exclusively for Allah subhanaw taala like for example, a man or a man is extremely merciful, and no human being can be extremely merciful. So this is why it is not correct to to give the name or a man to a person, you can give the name of our hand but our aim is someone who is merciful. Right and that is fine. The Prophet sallallahu Ernestina was described in the Quran as Rahim but ramen is only Allah Are you are humans, the one who is independent of all on whom everybody depends. So again, a you is a name that befits only Allah, it is not befit the creation, right. So names which are exclusively for Allah, any people should not

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try to give those names to, you know, to one another. And these names, you know, they reflect a level of pride or or a level of, you know, seeking glory, which is something that does not benefit people. The next is Bab kunia till mushrik the cornea of an idolatry her meaning is it permissible to call a non Muslim or refer to him by his cornea? Because remember that one of the reasons why a cornea is used is to honor a person to address them respectfully. So is that okay? We'll call him a swan Samaritan? Nabeel sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Maya Cole inla you read the Abu Abu Talib, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said at one occasion except if even Abu Talib wants to do that,

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meaning earlier of the Longhorn who and he referred to earlier the Longhorn who as a bnu Abu Talib, the son of Abu Talib, now, I will call him of course died as a mystic, right. And I will tell him, his name was abdomen f the slave off man f man f was one of the idols that they worshiped. So his kunia was Abu Talib. So the Prophet sallallahu artesan refer to him as a baton. So this shows us that it is permissible to address a mushnik or a non Muslim or, you know, refer to them by their cornea and it doesn't mean that you're honoring them. So we see for example, in the Quran, Abu lahab right, he is mentioned by his kuhnian A Bula pasar. Actually, his name Abdullah was his cornea.

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Alright, so that is mentioned in the Quran.

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Let's look at the Hadees it's a long Hadees it's a it's a very, very beautiful story. Too many lessons to extract from it. Let's look at the Hadees had this is a Boolean and what I'll do in shallow is that I'll stop along along the way and we'll discuss it as we are reading through the Hadees and then some lessons inshallah we'll discuss at the end had this in Abuja man a foreigner sure he earned his degree he had definitely Sumerian Allah had destiny, he answered a man and Mohammed didn't appear to pin on English. She had been on earth observatory and Osama bin Laden or the Lahore in Houma Okamoto. So Osama bin Zayed rodilla Mourinho he in

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Formed are the weapons obeyed. And Osama bin Zayed there'll be a lot more and you will remember who he was. He was a son of zadara de la Mourinho who was the adopted son of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Of course, we learned, we learned that any later on this was any, this was forbidden in the sense that even if someone has taken someone as their child in the sense that they are raising them, they are treating them as their own. They don't actually become their son. So they don't take your surname. They don't have a shared inheritance. That's another discussion, but the point is that Osama bin Zayed radula Mourinho was very much loved by the prophet sallallahu alayhi

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wa sallam, he was like a grandson to him. So what happened he and he said that another suitor Allah sallallahu alayhi wa selama or Akbar Allah he met in LA he totally Fatone further kitaen what Osama to Allah Who? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was riding a donkey on which was a seat a cushion which was from Feather. Feather is a place and or Salma was sitting behind him. So assadullah horn who end he witnessed this incident that is going to be mentioned over here firsthand, because he was writing behind the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and we can appreciate over here at the humility of the Prophet salallahu Urdu son that he was riding a donkey,

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right? Any riding a donkey is something that a lot of people might not want to do. And if you're going to ride an animal, then you should ride, you know, a horse or a camel, but the Prophet sallallahu earlier said him didn't feel any. You know, he didn't feel that it was beneath him to ride a donkey. And this was the humility in his nature. And then we see that was Mr. de la Mourinho was riding behind him, so he didn't mind that someone shares his ride with him and this was not the only occasion but this happened many times.

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Where were they going your route to stardom Nevada, FIBA and he had his a milk hazaragi cobbler whoo Karthi sorry, Pablo wok rt bredrin the Prophet sallallahu Urdu someone was going to visit SAR the Eman are bad or de la Mourinho yaru meaning he was going to visit him because Saad bin or brother was sick. And where was he going to visit him in, in the in the houses off in the locality of Manu Harris? Who was who were the husband. And this happened this was before the Battle of better Okay, so this was very early in the Medina and era fissara so both of them were going had the Murrah be majorly sin fee here, Abdullah hibou obey in IGNOU cellule. So they were both going until they

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passed by a gathering in which was of the loving obey Abdullah bin obey, remember the chief of hypocrites, but at this time, he was not a Muslim with Anika Kabbalah and use Lima Abdullah Huebner obion. And this was before the loving obey had accepted Islam and remember, he never truly accepted Islam, he only accepted Islam outwardly, he was a hypocrite in his heart. But at this point, he was openly and wished for either Phil muddly. See, and in that gathering, meaning in the gathering where our beloved obey was sitting, there were a Cloughton there were a lot of different people mean and muslimeen. Among the Muslims were mostly keen and idolaters are Buddha till Osan people who worship

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idols while you're who then also the Jews. So, you need a lot of different people. We're sitting in that gathering together within Muslim Mina Abdullah hypno da hatha, and among the Muslims, there was Abdullah bin raha rhodiola Mourinho. So a lot of different people were sitting together in that gathering the Prophet sallallahu Ernest Lenin was going on his donkey, he passed by them, Philomena Hershey at image Lisa, our agenda to daggubati hamara bnu obey yen, and for who believe that he. So when the when the dust alright of of the donkey because when the donkey was moving was walking, of course there was a cloud of dust. And as it reached, no the people who were sitting out in the open,

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what happened is that our beloved obey, he took his, you know, his cloth and he covered his nose. All right, he covered his nose what color and he said, love to her blue eyeliner, do not throw your dust on us, do not bring your dust on us any he got really annoyed by the presence of the prophets of Allah who already sent him even but the fact that the Prophet salallahu early was and was passing by them and you know, he he gave this really negative comment. So the Prophet sallallahu Urdu sent him What did he do for Salah Rasulullah sallallahu Ernie USL mRNA him he actually greeted them. So Manuel

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Have a then he stopped for Nasrallah meaning he stopped his donkey fenders Allah he got down from his donkey for da whom in Allah He will call Allah He will call and he actually spoke to them. So he called them to Allah meaning to the worship of Allah alone and he recited the Quran to them. For Canada who are Abdullah hypno obion IGNOU Salut. So Abdullah bin obey even said all he said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you have Maru or man, la Santa Marta kulu in Cana, Hakan, there is nothing better than what you say if it is true. Fela to Lena beefy majali Sina so do not bother us with it in our gatherings from a jerrica foxes are Lahey if someone comes to you, then you can

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tell your stories to him. stuffit Allah and he was so rude in what he said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam corner of the law he had no color of the law he murabaha or the Bible raha who was a Muslim who was sitting in that gathering, he said Bella Yasuda Allah, he said, Of course or messenger of Allah, faultless, Shanna Fie McGeady, Sina always, you know, be present, always come to our gatherings for a nanohub ooda loop because we love that any we would love you to be a part of our gatherings. We're all sitting over here. And we and we'd love your presence over here. Meaning I don't agree with what our 11 obey said. You're always welcome in our gatherings.

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So first of all, Muslim una will mushrik una pelea who do so what happened there was an argument that broke out between the Muslims the mushriks and the and the Jews. There was a bit of back and forth hyper casual yet with our owner until they were you know, almost any It was almost

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turning violent. Any they were practically fighting. So what happened follow me as Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a year field home had the soccer to the Prophet sallallahu earlier said them continue to calm them down until they became silent. So there was so much back and forth people were getting angry. And the Prophet sallallahu urges that have kept, you know, telling them to be quiet. He kept calming them down until everybody was quiet, when they were quiet when the situation was calm. So Morocco Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam adalberto fissara had the Hala Allah sodomy are better than the Prophet sallallahu early sentiment, and he wrote his his donkey and he

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continued to go towards the house of Saudi bravada. And when he met him for cada Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said to him, a sourdough alumnus Mara makalah, Abu hubub Assad, Didn't you hear what Abu hubub said, you redo Abdullah hypno obey Him. And what he meant to say was our beloved and obey because of the love and obey His cornea was abou herb. So even though at this time our beloved obey was not a Muslim, the Prophet sallallahu Urdu said and referred to him by his cornea, and that's exactly what he's trying to prove over here, the permissibility of calling a non Muslim by his kunia Kanaka delicata the Prophet sallallahu already sent then told sobre la de la

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hora note that this is what are the Lebanon obey said kawakita this and that, for Kala sardegna robota society rabada said a rasulillah he be a be under for foreign who was fired. He said he so messenger of Allah May my father be sacrificed for you. Just pardon him and overlook ignore what our beloved and obey said why for one lady nzlr la Kalki taba by the one who revealed the Book on you la caja Allah who bill happy lady Angela alayka. Allah has indeed sent the truth on you. You need the truth, the truth that Allah has revealed on you and he it came here in Medina. And Wallah this fella who had the hill Bahati, Allah Anuta with you who where you're asleep Whoo hoo, biller is Huberty

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while any when Islam reached Medina, the city what happened is that at that time the people of the town had actually intended to crown or the love and obey and and put a royal turban on him meaning people of the town had actually intended to make him their king. fella now what the law with alika will help the lady are Parker. So when Allah subhanaw taala cancelled that by the truth with which he gave you meaning. A meaning of love and obey was no longer going to be crowned. What happened Shetty Bobby vatika for their Lika farla Biggie Mara ater any or the love and obey has become very upset because of this. And you know he has become jealous because of this. And this is a reason why

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he said what he said to you. So what happened for our foreign who rasulillah he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was Mr De la hora and who said the Prophet sallallahu earlier said

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Actually forgave our beloved obey. What kind of a pseudo Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a was Habu er funa and initially Kane will nL kitabi Come on, come on, come on amerihome Allah and the Prophet sallallahu Urdu cinnamon the companions would actually forgive and overlook the idolaters and the people of the book because Allah subhanaw taala had commanded them to do so welsby Luna and other and they will be patient over hurt on Allah hota Allah Allah panel Tata has said well at this marone Amina Medina autokey tava Elia that you will definitely hear a lot of negative things from the People of the Book what color and he has also said what the cathedral mean lol kita that that

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many from the People of the Book want to turn you back from Islam. So what should you do for fools for who forgive them overlook? overlook them? For can also Allah is Allah Allah Who are they? He was selama yet our Lu Filatov. We are on home Mama Mama hula hoop he had to add in Allahu fi him. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam understood these verses to mean that he should pardon them, and he should overlook their you know hurtful words. until Allah subhanaw taala permitted him to fight them. Fellow ma Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a Bedouin forgotten Allah will be him and katella min Sana de delco fatty was Saturday coloration for kafala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam on what was how boohooman solina Juan Amina Mara whom who Salam in Sana de del ko fatty was Saturday Operation columbu obion yBnL saloon warmer more humid and mushy. kena rbdigital Oh Sani Heather Amman. The word jaha fabella euro Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam en el Islami for assalamu. So Samara de la Mora who explained that when Allah spawn Tada, allowed the Prophet sallallahu urges them to fight the enemy. And there was the Battle of weather. And then many, many leaders of the machete king of the enemies were killed, and many were taken in as captives. So what happened of the loving obey in his friends, they said, that you know what, this is a matter of

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meaning Islam as a matter, which has really, you know, become victorious. So let us accept Islam. And this is a reason why they accepted Islam, meaning they only accepted Islam outwardly, not from their heart. So you need a long story, but many beautiful lessons. mahadi, of course, brings us Heidi's over here to show the permissibility of referring to anonymous, unbiased, cornea. But there's so many beautiful lessons that we can take from this incident. And, of course, these lessons are related to, first of all, the humility of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Imagine you are walking by a group of people, you are minding your own business, you are going about your own

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work. And someone who has a problem with you, their jealousy, their hatred, their enmity, because it's festering inside, it's not going to stay inside, it's going to come out one way or another. So it comes out, you know, in the most, in the most lowest of ways, and so are the loving obey you and he gave a negative comment over and over the dust cloud, which the Prophet sallallahu rzm did not have any control over. In fact, you could argue over here, why are you sitting outside? Why are you sitting next to the road? Right? Why don't you go sit somewhere else, but are the loving obey. And he said something so rude to the Prophet sallallahu already who said them, that don't bring your

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dust to us? Right? Don't don't cover us with your dust. And the Prophet sallallahu earlier sent him he did not get annoyed over there. He did not get angry over there. He did not pick a fight over there. Nor did he completely ignore the people. He went, he said Salaam he stopped. And he invited them to the worship of Allah. And he recited hold on to them. Subhan Allah, Henny, this is so beautiful. If someone were to say something negative to us, what we would do is we would say something negative in response, that's the minimum that we would do. Or we would go about minding our own business, we would not take that as an opportunity to connect with people. You see people

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who say negative things about you, or who are speaking negatively. The fact is that they have they're hurting inside. The fact is that there is a problem inside, they need some love, they need some attention. Right? And the Prophet sallallahu earlier sent him use this moment to go and connect with those people. And he actually made Dawa to them Subhanallah he was actually on his way to visit someone. And on the way he stopped and he made Dawa. And how did he make Dawa he didn't start giving a lecture. What did he do? He recited the Quran because the Quran is the most powerful and most effective way of calling people to Allah subhanaw taala It is Allah

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speech, which should be used to call people directly to Allah, not to individuals, not to organizations, the goal is to connect people to Allah subhanaw taala. So the Prophet sallallahu artesanal, recited the Quran, and then we see the arrogance of our beloved obey, and his harshness. And, and this shows us that, you know, when a person is greedy for worldly things for status, then that, you know, that arrogance, and that jealousy in it comes out in so many ways over and over again. And we can see in the manner that he spoke to the Prophet sallallahu earlier said them, yet the Prophet sallallahu, Urdu Sonam remained calm. He did not turn this into a big issue. He's upon

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Allah, if someone were to treat us this way, what would we do, we would probably, you know, stomp out or show our anger, or respond in, you know, one way or another. So, remember, there are people who tried to belittle the prophets of Allah who already who was alone, what makes you think that you will be safe. If you want to be on the path of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam This means that you're going to, you're going to witness the same challenges. So in order to be successful, you have to do what the prophet sallallahu wasallam did, and what was his way he remained calm and patient. And remember, calmness and patience doesn't mean that you don't feel hurt the Prophet

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sallallahu Ernestina was certainly hurt, because when he went to sobre de la Mourinho, he actually spoke to him. Why, because of the love and obey was from the same tribe as that aside that Ile de la horn, he was the same tribe from his image. And he believed that sagittal de la Mourinho would be able to, you know, have some influence on the love and obey would be able to talk to him. And this is the reason why he spoke to him. So he did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam clearly felt hurt. And this is something very normal. This is something acknowledged in the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala says that we know that your heart feels your chest feels constricted, because of what people say.

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Right? And the Sahaba also had to hear a lot and two verses are given in this Hadees that that refer to how you will feel hurt because of the things that people will say. So what are you supposed to do? Far foo? was for who? Because you see, there are some people whom you're not able to fix, right? You're not able to knock some sense into them, you cannot even have a conversation with them. Why? Because, first of all, they have made up their mind. Right? They have made up their mind, they are not in their anger in their bias in their jealousy. They're not in a position to listen to you. And if you were to talk to them, they would not try to even comprehend what you're saying. So in a

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situation like this, understand why people are behaving the way that they are behaving. And when you understand their behavior, only then will it be easy for you to overlook and ignore them. You see sardo the Longhorn who explained to the Prophet sallallahu earlier, something of the love and obey was jealous. This is why he said what he said, our beloved obey is jealous because he was going to be appointed as the King of Medina. But now he was no longer going to be king. So he's got some, you know, some some pain inside. And that pain is not being managed in a healthy way, it's coming out in a negative way, which again shows us that if we don't manage our pain in a healthy way, then it's

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going to come out in a negative way. So if you have any grievances with people, any resolve them, don't, don't dwell on them, because if you dwell on them, any it's really going to damage you before it causes damage to anybody else. And remember that people who are are attacking you trying to hurt you, the fact is that they are also hurting and there is some problem that they're also dealing with. So when you understand that, you know what, when you have empathy for people who are trying to harm you trying to hurt you, then you can ignore their behavior. You can overlook, you know, their their rudeness, you can ignore their harshness, and only then can you focus on what you are supposed

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to do. And we see over here that saw that we'll do you love more and who is consoling the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, which means that even the best of people, Henny, they're human, right. So regardless of their knowledge, regardless of their status, they need support. They need help. So when someone says something negative about you, of course you feel hurt, then what do you think of someone's gonna say something negative about, for example, a scholar, or for example, you know, a friend of yours, and you see that they're that she's very, you know, religious, very righteous.

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You think she's got no feelings being religious means being religious or being knowledgeable does not mean you don't have a heart. It does not mean that you don't have feelings. You have feelings you get hurt. The Prophet sallallahu earlier said was clearly hurt. And he shared that with our little Dylan Mourinho. So everyone needs compassion. Everyone needs consolation. So be that voice. And remember that saga de la Mora was actually unwell, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was coming to see him, visit him and hear sad rhodiola horn who is consoling the prophets, Allah Subhana Allah, ne yo at times, when we when everything is good in our life, we are very willing to help

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people and console them. But what about the time when we ourselves are in pain, when we ourselves are in some difficulty? Are we willing at that time to offer you know a comforting word to someone? Alright, this is this is the example that we that we need to follow. And finally what we see is that any through these verses in the example of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. This is a very clear that a part of being a Muslim is that you will hear negative things. This is something that the last panel tada told us in the Quran, so you will feel sad, absolutely, you will. Don't ignore those feelings, acknowledge them. And at the same time, put your trust in Allah and seek His

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protection. Don't get entangled in you know, arguing with people. And don't get focused. Don't be focused on defeating your enemies. Don't be focused on just arguing with people who have a problem with you, or to defeat people who are jealous of you. Ask Allah subhanaw taala to protect you from the hustle of the hustling to protect you from the jealousy of the jealous to protect you from the enmity of the enemies and have empathy even for your enemies that may last panel Donna healed them that you wonder what what is it that they're going through? That they have become so hateful? What is it that they cannot come to terms with that they have become so vengeful Honey, what's wrong with

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them? And when you have compassion for your enemies, then you know you'll be able to be the better person, be the bigger person and you'll be able to focus on on what is truly beneficial for your dunya and for your ohana May Allah subhanaw taala grant us all patients milas pantheon of grant Assault Strength and the ability to

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any be a source of comfort for others. Not a source of pain for others and your last panel Tada. Forgive us for any hurt that we may have caused other people to panic Hello Hello behenic eyeshadow La ilaha illa Anta a stone Furukawa Tobu la castellammare aleikum wa rahmatullah heal wabarakatuhu