Taimiyyah Zubair – Sahih al Bukhari – Kitab al Adab #38

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the use of language in various narratives, including discovery of speakingers' ability to run fast, the discovery of women's sooth, and the use of soothsayers in media. They stress the importance of honesty and avoiding distraction from other people. They also emphasize the need for guidance on learning to remember language expression and avoiding distraction from "any."
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are with a bit lacking in a shape Pinilla, Jean Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah Karim rubbish. rocklea Sabri were silly MD. Looked at Emily Sani of kuqali Allah the Kobe was sadly Sani wustl Sufi Mata Colby amin, you're a Brahmin. inshallah we will continue with our study of kuttabul other from Sahih Bukhari and inshallah Today we will begin from Bab number 116. In the book of manners or the book of etiquette, and this BB is Bab and malleable Manu Hatton Anil Kadhim, this is about Alma audio unmodeled is illusion and illusion is something which is recommended instead of lying, meaning in order to avoid lying a person can use my audio, Marty is

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basically 30 is to

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It is literally it means to make something wide and broad and 30 is to speak in in an ambiguous way or to speak in an indirect way. So, the opposite of this is the three the three is to be very direct, and to be very clear, to be to be very to the point and 30 is to speak in general terms. And why would a person do that a person would do that in order to avoid lying, because sometimes it happens that, you know, somebody asks you about a matter which is personal, you don't want to share all the details or you are afraid that if you were to tell them the entire story, then you might get in trouble. So instead of lying, then what are you supposed to do? You can speak in ambiguous terms.

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And the reason why it is necessary to make this clear over here is because even though the statement is not 100% accurate at the same time, it is not false either, because you are saying one thing and the person who is listening to you is understanding something different. So, you are technically speaking the truth just not what the other person is looking to hear. So, this is why 30 is something that is permissible, because it is figurative speech. And if taken literally Yes, it could be considered lying. But when it comes to language when it comes to expressions and idioms, then it's understood that these are not to be taken literally, what color is how or similar to NSN matter

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but only a beetle Hatta for color careful hula Mo, Allah almost Sulaiman had an absu what are you an akuna pedesta raha one under how sadhika So unless what you love Warren who said that his son of uncle Harold yellow horn, who passed away, and he asked meaning I will tell her asked his wife, I'm so lame, that how is the boy doing? And I'm so lame answered that his breathing has become calm, it has become still. And I hope that he is at rest. So he thought she really meant that the child's breathing had become calm, it seems like he had some breathing issue. So it so I will tell her I understood from him sulayem statement that the boy had, you know, had recovered from his illness and

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he was now feeling better. Whereas in fact, what had happened is that the boy had died. And technically what insulin was said was correct, that the boy's breathing had become calm, and he completely calm and still meaning he was no longer breathing. And she said, I hope that he is at rest now meaning he's no longer in the pain that he was in before. And the reason why I'm so lame set this over here, as we learn from other narrations is because Appleton Howell de la Mourinho had just returned from a journey. So panela he had just returned from a journey. And it was, it was not the right time to give him this, this really sad news of the death of his son. So I'm so lame waited

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until the next morning.

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When he had rested well when he had eaten, and then she informed him about the death of their son. And this shows us the patients of insulin, what, you know, what amazing sobor she had, and how she wasn't just thinking about herself, she was thinking about the entire family. So panela So, here we see that homeschooling used 30. And it is important that you know, we are honest in our speech, but at the same time, honesty does not mean that we become blunt and insensitive. Honesty means that what we are saying is accurate. Not that we are insensitive towards the feelings and emotions of other people. So for example, if someone were to ask you, how do I look? Or how is this, you know,

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essay that I've written, right? And you don't really like what they've written? You know, you can see many, many errors in it. So one way of putting it would be that oh, this is horrible. Did you actually write this? Is this actually fine? Oh, man, there's so much work to do over here. So one day, one way would be to really put them down to really make the other person feel bad by your so called honesty and blunt and bluntness. But the other way would be that you use illusion, in the sense that you use indirect speech. You don't say this is horrible, but you ask them, you know, you say something like it's it's it's nice, but it needs you know, if you were to fix this, that would

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be better. So, you know, yes, we should give feedback. Yes, we should be honest, but we should not become insensitive. So let's look at the Hadees. Over here had done Adam had done as you're about to earn Sabatini banana here and enter Sydney Malik in Kuala cannon abou sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. FEMA seed Allahu Fahad al Hadi for pollen abuse on Allahu alayhi wa sallam or for clear and Joshua way hackable. kawari we have done this Hadees earlier. And as for de la hora de reported that while the Prophet sallallahu Urdu said and was on a journey, the driver of the camels was chanting, he was he was singing a certain form of poetry to make the camels walk fast and the Prophet sallallahu

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alayhi wa sallam said gently and jasha mercy on you take care with the glass vessels. So here we see that the Prophet sallallahu early Islam compared the women with glass vessels. Now, you know, a person who, who looks at things as black and white would say, Oh, this is false. This is not true. Because this was women, not glass vessels. And unfortunately, there are people who think like this, who viewed the world as completely black and white. And that is not the case, Allah subhanaw taala has created so many different colors in the world. And just like that, when it comes to language, you have to look at what people really intend any if, for example, if there's a video of a person on

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the internet, and it is called a magic trick, whereas in fact it is it is not actual real magic. It's just a silly trick. So understand what they mean by the word magic. They don't mean same as in the session, which is how long this is just a trick. So you know, it's important that we understand language, you know, with the intent that it is spoken. Had this unnecessary man of know how been had gotten a hammer and saboten and NSN What are you burn, have you killed Avatar and NSN rhodiola Mourinho and then the BIA sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a canopy suffering? What kind of hula Manya do beginner you call hula hoop and Joshua, same Hades and Isla de la hora and who said that once the

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Prophet sallallahu earlier said and was on a journey, and there was a slave who was driving the camels. And his name was an Joshua for kahlen abou sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a way that Kenya and Joshua so copulatory Allah Ibuki, Roberta yarny, and Nisa. So the Prophet sallallahu earlier said and told him go gently and gesture while driving the glass vessels of will Colaba, one of the narrator's he said that the Prophet sallallahu Urdu sentiment and Nisa women had this is how a foreigner have a foreigner Hepburn had nothing to her mom had done a Qatada to her death, an unassuming American collar cannon in a base of Allah Who are they he was selling the house in Yukon,

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Allah who and Joshua, what kind of has an assault, same narration, any same incident, just a different chain of narration and different wording. And this is something that we can appreciate in in this book of Sahih Bukhari that you will find at times the same incident coming, you know, in in three or four different narrations and the different narrations have been brought over here to show different benefits. One benefit is that each narration gives a unique detail. And also we see another benefit is that each narration comes with a unique chain of narrators, which only adds to the authenticity of of what is being mentioned. So here in this narration, we see that the prophets

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Whoever you send them had, he hadn't hadn't meaning a camel driver. You call Allah who and Joshua his name was and Joshua what kinda has an assault and his voice was really good for Canada who Naboo sallallahu are they he was selling them out away the care and gesture lead tech serial kawari so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told him slow down Oh am Joshua do not break the glass vessels on Aqua data do yarny barf attorney Lisa Qatada said the Prophet sallallahu Urdu sentiment weak women. So in this narration, we see the Prophet sallallahu early cinema compared the women because of their weakness, it is said that some of them were expecting so because of their physical

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condition the Prophet sallallahu earlier compared them to delicate gris crystals or glass vessels had done almost a year here and shorba Allah had Nathaniel Qatada to Anna Sydney Malik in Kala cannibal Medina tea fuzzer on Now, another incident in mumble hottie brings over here to show how when you use language, you know different expressions within a certain language, then those expressions are not to be taken literally. So here we see that that once there was a fuzzer on there was a a cause of alarm or fright in the city of Medina. And in another nation, we learned that there was a loud sound. So what happened for aucuba Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a follow

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suddenly a beautiful Hatter. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam rode a horse that that belonged to a bottle held the Longhorn home for columella Hmm, and Shay in. And then when he returned, he said, we didn't see anything, what in what are the now who loves the heroine, and we found this horse to be like a sea, like an ocean. So in another nation, we learn that this loud sound that the people of Medina heard, everybody was afraid. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam actually went to words, the sound, and this shows us his strength, and the fact that he was truly a leader to his people. He wasn't afraid, he wasn't concerned for his own safety. First, he

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was concerned about the welfare of the people. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, rushed towards, towards the source of the sound, and he just reuse the horse of a baton, how'd you learn more on him, because it seems as though it was very easily accessible at the time. And we learned that he that the horse did not even have any, you know, saddle or any seat on it. And the Prophet sallallahu earlier said them, you know, he wrote the horse, and he went towards the source of the sound. And when he, when he returned, when he was going back to the people, that is when finally people were actually going to words the source of the sound, so panela any, by the time people had the courage

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to go check that sound, the Prophet sallallahu earlier said him had already checked and he was returning. And this shows us his courage. And he assured the people that there's nothing, no need to worry, no need to fear. And then the Prophet sallallahu earlier said, I'm praised the horse of Avalon Hill de la Mourinho, where he said, that we found this horse to be an ocean. Now, of course, any a horse is not an ocean, it is not a body of water. So people who who look at the world as black and white would say this is untrue. But this is not an untrue statement. This is an expression. And what is meant is that the horse was very, very swift, it ran really fast. So the Prophet sallallahu

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alayhi wa sallam appreciated the swiftness of the horse, by using an expression like this, that just like water, the horse just kept going and going, it had so much capacity, just like an ocean or sea has so much capacity. So, it is permissible to use language like this. And sometimes, you know, a person has to use indirect speech or illusion in order to protect themselves. So even batal reports of Ibn serien that he said that once there was a man who was such that whenever he saw something, and he admired it, it would be affected by the evil eye. So everybody felt insecure around this particular individual. So once there was a man who had a horse, and you know, this particular

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individual, he asked, oh, what kind of a horse is this? And he and he wanted to talk about it. So the man didn't exactly praise his horse. He just said something like, you know, once you make it sit, it refuses to get up. And basically he did. He didn't really praise his horse in front of that man. He described his horse in very average basic terms. Why? Out of fear

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The man's admiration would affect his horse by the evil eye. So he wanted to protect his property. So this shows us that, you know, sometimes it is permissible to use language like this in order to protect yourself. It doesn't mean you're being dishonest, it just means you are being cautious. But it is also important to remember not to speak like this all the time, that people are always trying to figure out what it is that you were saying that your language should not not be, you know, a riddle or, or a puzzle that people are always trying to guess what you're trying to say. So speak in clear terms as a last parenthesis Gulu colon sadita. But speaking in clear terms doesn't mean that

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you have to give every single piece of information to people, you have a right to privacy, you have the right to keep you know your matters to yourself. Especially where you feel worried about the safety of you know, your life your dean, your your property, your children, etc. So you don't have to go on telling you know people about everything that they're asking. The next Bob is BB only law Julie Shea in lace Abby Shea in Huawei, and we are now who Lysa bihac

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a man saying about something, it is nothing, meaning it is not true. So you see laser B Shea in place a B Shea in literally means it's nothing. Okay? Where and and again, if you were to look at the these words, literally, they mean it is nothing. But if a person uses lace or be shaped into say, to mean to intend that something is not true, then again, this expression is understood by the people of the language, it is not going to be taken literally. And if somebody were to use an expression like this, you're not going to say that they're lying. You're not going to say that they're that they're saying what is untrue. So, laser vishay or lashay. This is a figure of speech.

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So for example, you know, the Arabs would say, mouse on Arthur Shea and Okay, when they didn't like what someone had done, they would say mouse on Arthur Shea, and you've literally which means you've done nothing. Okay? But what they meant to say was, this isn't good enough. Okay, you got to work harder. Likewise, if they didn't like what someone said, they said, Mark with the shader. You haven't said anything. Meaning what you said is not impressive at all map with a shader. But if you were to take it literally, it means you didn't say anything. So again, when it comes to language, expressions, idioms, they should not be taken. Literally you have to understand the intent of the

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person who is speaking. What column are best in column A bu sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a little Bahraini? Sorry, we'll call it Nora bessin kahlen abou sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Even our boss said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, little Cabrini, about two graves, meaning the people who were in those graves, that you are the banni be lacquer beaten, that they are being punished. Be laka beaten, not for something big what in the whole locker bead, but it is big. So on the one hand, the Prophet sallallahu earlier Salim said lacquer bead, it's not really big. But then at the same time, he said it is actually in the who carried in the hula cubby that it is actually

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big. So we learned that from other narrations that, that the two people in their graves were being punished for one was being punished for not protecting himself from the sprinkles of urine, meaning being careless in the matter of cleanliness, in the matter of purity. And the other person was being punished because he used to spread gossip. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said Bella Kirby, and they're being punished for not for something big. Meaning if you were to look at it in one way, it's not really a big deal. sprinkles of urine, very tiny, gossip. Any is just a word or two here, a conversation or two here and there. And he it's when you're when you're talking about

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the quantity, it's not really that big. But then he said it is actually big. How is it big in its seriousness, in its seriousness, so here he was not contradicting himself? No, he, he meant the not big in one way and big in another way. So again, any expressions language has to be taken in these are matters that have to be taken in their context, not literally. And it's important that we are you know, not that strict.

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And rigid when it comes to the words of people, because some people have a habit of just, you know, picking on, on the words of individuals, at times, they will literally take, you know, people speech out of context, someone is saying something in a lecture in a talk or in in a private, you know, gathering, or or they're talking about a very specific matter, which is relevant to very specific individuals. But then people will take that, and they will put that on the internet. And then people will put that out of context, and they will generalize it and then fatawa will be issued, or this person is a cafe, this person, is this this person is that any, we shouldn't be so obsessed about,

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first of all, what people are saying. And secondly, don't be judgmental, about the words that people speak or about the things that people say, You're not appointed as a judge over people trying to understand where their speech is coming from, what is the context, your first response should be to think good of another Muslim? That, for example, someone says to you, did you know that scholar doesn't believe in such and such? Well think that he thinks something positive about them? Always think that there must be there must be something about this? Where did you hear this? Where did you read this? You know, there must be a background. Right? There must be a specific context, there must

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be more to the story. So in another narration, we learned that recently, he said, I'm actually this is reported and more thought, that bizarrely is said I'm said that do not look at people as if you were Lords over them. Any do not deal with people and do not judge them as if you were there God, that that you have been appointed to pass judgment over them. Nobody asked you. So save yourself, right? And guard your language and guard your judgments. Be careful. So here, we see that when it comes to language, I mean, you'll see that in kuttabul other there's so many, you know, a blab chapter headings that a mumble hottie brings over and over again, clarifying that even though this

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expression literally means this, this is not what what the speaker actually means. And he's using the example of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So let's look at the Hadeeth now had the time Mohammed Abu Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah w yazeed. About on Abu joorabchian columbu she had been a hora Nia he ignored water, and they will semirara water your kulu pilota Isha to ser la una escena Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam our annual Kahani I shall do more I have reported that some people asked the Prophet sallallahu wasallam about soothsayers. So tears are people who, who speak about who it tried to inform about the future. And there's, you know, different forms of this,

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especially, you know, existing today there are people who will, you know, read certain cards or or they will, you know, read your hand and things like that horoscope, etc. Any of all of this is part of soothsaying and remember that this is something that we're not supposed to be participating in. This is something that completely goes against our religion. This is something that is completely forbidden. So anyway, that people asked the Prophet sallallahu early cinema about them, for Karla whom Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam alleged to be shake. The Prophet sallallahu earlier said and told them they're nothing meaning the soothsayers or nothing. Now, did he mean lace will be

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shade there nothing as in they don't exist? No, that's not what he meant. What he meant was, they are nothing, meaning what they say is not true. Fallujah, rasulillah for inner whom you had this on our hand and mushy akula How come? They said, O Messenger of Allah, sometimes the soothsayers actually say certain things, which turned out to be true for Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam so the Prophet sallallahu Urdu said I'm answered he explained that till kalama terminal happy Yahoo * Genie you, that is actually a word of true meaning. That is a true statement, which a jinn has snatched fire Kuru haffi. Oni Well, he covered the GA. And what that gene does is that he,

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he, he conveys it to his friend meaning from the human beings just like like a chicken, like a chicken, meaning, you know how chickens clock clock, right? It meaning the clock clock so quickly, that you don't you don't even realize you don't even feel anything. So very quickly, swiftly in a very discreet way. They they pass on whatever they managed to hear to who to the soothsayers file

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lithrone efia axotomy me a ticket button. And then they mix that with 100 lies. So out of 100 things that a soothsayer would say, perhaps one would be true, everything is not going to be true. And this is a fact. So remember that the jinn actually tried to overhear the conversations of the angels. And that is how they sometimes, you know, find out what's going to happen in the future. But they don't get to listen to the entire story, they don't actually, you know, find out everything that's going to happen in the future, but whatever they do manage to find out they convey it to their human friends, right. And then they are also mix it up with lies, and they present it as if it is 100%

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true, but it is not actually true. So here in this Hadees, we see that a small percentage of what the soothsayer say might be true, but the rest is all false. And, again, from the words that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi, wasallam, said lace will be shade, we see that he didn't mean that in a literal sense. He used that as an expression. So remember that expressions, you know, they beautify language, through an expression you're able to convey much more. So with neither should we be, you know, using expressions all the time that people are trying to understand constantly, you know, break down what we're saying, nor should we be going to another extreme where we're condemning the

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use of, of hyperboles and expressions, bank robbery Buhari illa semma, raising the eyes to words the sky, meaning is it permissible to look towards the sky? Now, how is this relevant to the chapter of other The thing is that some ascetics they claimed that looking up towards the sky is actually disrespectful. Why is it disrespectful because Allah subhanaw taala is above us. Right? So you don't look towards the sky. You don't look above yourself because if you were to do that, you're sort of daring to look you know, in the direction of God. So you are, you are as if being arrogant. So this is, you know, disrespectful basically. So your Mohali is proving over here that no looking up

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towards the sky is not contrary to other. So remember that when it comes to the matter of other? The best example is that of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. You know, there are things that we invent in the name of good manners, but then those matters only make our lives difficult. So, stick to the Sunnah stick to the way of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam, the matters which he left open for us, you know, let's, you know, accept the ease and the matters regarding which he gave clear guidelines, then let's follow those guidelines so that we are rewarded, but don't invent other and be strict and harsh about it. In the name of religiosity, well colita Allah and His statement

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exalted fri Anza Runa lol a billy k for wholecut what ADA Center ek for roofie art, Allah subhanaw taala himself says in the Quran, that will then not look to words the camels, how they have been created, and will they not look towards the sky? How it has been raised up? Or have they not looked towards the sky, how it has been raised? Hi. So Allah subhanaw taala himself is telling us what he does summer ecoflo virag meaning people should look at the sky and reflect on it and be amazed at its height and at its beauty, that who created it. So when Allah subhanaw taala himself is telling us to look at the sky then how would it be disrespectful to look towards it? What color are you born

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in the OB Malaika Anna Isha talofa and abou sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So who Illa summer about a YouTube reported from Ibn Abu Laika that I shall de la Mourinho said the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam raised his head to words the sky and he did this especially we learned that he did this specifically a near his death when he was saying Allahu modo faecal Allah, that Allah I seek the highest companionship, because remember that every prophet is given a choice at the time of his death. So the Prophet sallallahu earlier said, chose the highest companionship, so looking up towards the sky is not disrespectful. Had this an ignoble Caden had done a lace on Acadian and Ebony

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she had been color similar to Abba, Selamat Abner of the rock, man. You're cool kulu Guarani? jabiru Abdullah and no semirara Rasulullah sallallahu earlier he was selling me a coal. So mofetil are Anil wha hoo. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was

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saying when he was describing about when he was talking about how he began receiving revelation, he mentioned that then meaning after some time, there was a pause in the revelation, meaning there was no revelation that came to him for a very long time. And this was of course after the first revelation. So my thought I knew I knew for bainer and um, she so one day while I was walking Samir to South Amina summer I heard a sound coming from the sky for a fire to bus sorry Illa summer so I raised my vision towards the sky meaning I started looking towards the sky for either melaku lady journey behera in Kaduna, Allah, Kuru. Seguin, binus summer he will help. And there I saw the angel,

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the same angel that had come to me at at the Cave of Hira. That same Angel was now sitting on a call to see on a chair that was suspended between the sky and the earth. So we see that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and he looked up towards the sky. So if he did it, this means that it is permissible for us as well. Had doesn't know of Imodium had this no Mohammed mogera for call it a * shady corner and Caribbean or an empty our best in Guadalajara and Houma on a bit to feed at my monitor. So even our boss, what do you want more and who said that I spent the night in the house of my Monaro de la Mourinho remember that my uno de la Mourinho was the aunt of our beloved our best

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or the Longhorn who. And she was, of course, also the wife of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So the life in our best or the Longhorn, who he was a child at this time, but he was so eager to know what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did in his night worship. And this is why he spent a night in the house of monocular horna so that he could see how the Prophet sallallahu artizan worship Allah in the nighttime. So what happened, he said Philip McKenna solo Soleil, he said then when there was a third of the night and the last one, meaning a third of the night remained the last third of the night. ababu or some of it was left are that the Prophet sallallahu

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alayhi wasallam got up, he sat up for Nevada era summer, and then he looked towards the sky, for Cora, and then he recited in nephew help is summer worth he will work the leveleleven know how long it will Albert, he recited the verses from the end of sort of earlier Iran, which remember the Prophet sallallahu wasallam would recite before performing that the HUD prayer. So again, the Hadith clearly shows that looking up towards the sky something permissible. However, there is one time when it is not correct for us to look towards the sky. And that time is while we are performing Salah, meaning while we are praying Salah, then it is not correct for us to look up towards the sky. Even

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if you really feel like you know this is something that helps you focus better, or you feel more connected to Allah subhanaw taala. Still, this is something not permissible during Salah our eyes should be looking down to the place of sajida to the place of frustration. Why? Because in Salah we're supposed to observe Quaaludes. And one of the meanings of Knuth is to show humility. And the way you show humility is not by looking up but by looking down and the Prophet sallallahu earlier said I'm clearly warned us he said that people should refrain from looking up towards the sky during Salah lest their eyes be snatched away. So there is a severe warning. We should neither be looking

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right or left. nor should we look nor should we be looking up towards the sky during Salah we should only be looking down towards the place of such that How about while you're baking while you're making Dora, it is permissible to look towards the sky because the Prophet sallallahu earlier cinnamal to did that. His last Dora his final da Allah moto fuchal Allah or vice if the highest companionship he made that there are while he was looking up, and Allah subhanaw taala also mentioned in the Quran, cada neurotoxin, Luba georgica, is summer that we have seen the the turning of your face towards the sky, because the Prophet sallallahu artizan would keep looking up towards

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the sky, in hope that the revelation would soon come to him regarding the change of the Qibla and remember that when you are, you know expecting something from Allah subhanaw taala hoping for something from Allah subhanaw taala you are, you know, longing for something from Allah subhanaw taala then this is, this is a form of Dora. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would look up at that

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time. So remember, during Salah it is not correct to look up towards the sky. But other than that it is completely permissible while you're making God also it is completely permissible. The next is Bab Nikita, Rue de filma, he will clean neck tiller rude tapping a stick, where Phil Murphy will clean in a mixture of water and mud. So basically, if there is water that is standing on the ground, or there's just mud or even sand, and you happen to have a stick in your hand, would it be correct for you to tap that stick in that water? Or in that mud? Whether it is dry or wet? Or would that be disrespectful? Because remember, this is a chapter of adults. So the question is, you know, doing

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such things, is it contrary to other and you see tapping, this is something that doesn't just happen once tapping is something that happens again and again repeatedly. So for example, you may be sitting with some people, you may even be,

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you know, making, you're addicted, for example, but as you're sitting there happens to be water in front of you and you're tapping on it, would that be wrong. Because sometimes again, in the name of religiosity, we think that we have to be extremely still. And we have to be very rigid, we have to be very fake, and harsh, and blunt and things like that. Whereas if you're relaxed, if you if you are, you know, just being yourself, then of course, if there's water in front of you, you have a stick in your hand, you're a human being, you're going to want to move a little bit you cannot be expected to sit still in a place for for a long time. So is this contrary to adopt? No, it is not

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contrary to other. And you see, the same thing happens if you if you happen to have a pen in your hand, right and you're sitting in a class, then some people you know, they have a habit of tapping the pen. Now, of course, that noise would disturb the people. But let's say you know you have a pendant and you're just you know, spinning it in your hand for instance. And it's not really disturbing anybody. Whereas a movement like this is only helping you focus better. And there are people who function like that, that you know, you need something in your hands. You need to you know, move something in your hands, your hands, you know, they need to fidget, right we have fidget

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fidget spinners and fidget cubes and things like that, for what reason for the same reason, because there are there are people whose hands don't do cannot be still all the time. If they're still then then they won't be able to have any focus. Now of course, there are some places in which we're not allowed to make such movements for example, in salah and also in Jumeirah hookah. And also in a situation where a movement like this would cause annoyance and disturbance to other people. But other than that, really, it's not a big deal. Don't be overly strict. And especially when it comes to children don't be overly strict. You see, some people have a habit of doodling right drawing

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patterns on the edges of the on the margins of their notebook, and things like that. Nothing wrong with that. Because, you know, if it helps you stay focused, if it helps you listen more attentively. All good. I mean, why why is there paper and pen available for you too? For for you to preserve, you know, knowledge that you that you want to preserve for yourself. But if you're not able to focus while you're listening, then what's the use of that paper and pen? Right? So if it helps you focus Alhamdulillah but if it's causing problems in the sense that some people then as they as they're scribbling as or doodling, they start doodling on the tables on the chairs on the walls, then that

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is where it becomes problematic. But otherwise the any there's there's nothing wrong with things like this had this an mo said they don't have this an idea here on Earth man Emilia thin had this an abort earthmen on a bee Moosa and who can have our Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam if he had open I mean he planted in Medina. So who saw the Longhorn who reported that he was in a garden from the gardens of Medina with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam what he didn't abuse on Allah, Who are they he was selama rudo, Maru and in the hand of the Prophet sallallahu earlier Sunnah was a stick. What was he doing with that stick? Yesterday boobie? He Beynon, Matt, you were playing. He was

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striking with it, meaning he was tapping it on the water and the mud. So they were in the garden there was water and mud, perhaps a mixture of it, and the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was tapping his stick on that. So what happened? fauja Allah junius 50

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A man came asking permission to enter the garden and remember that hey lawn is a is a walled garden. So there was perhaps you know a door or gate. So a man came asking for permission to enter the garden for calling abuse Allah Who are they he was selama if the who were Bashir who bill Jenna the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, allow him to enter open the gate for him and give him the good news of paradise for the hub to a Buddha said I went meeting to give permission to that man For he that Abu Bakar in and it was Abu Bakr radi Allahu Mourinho for Fatah to Allahu wa shelterwood bill Jana so I opened the gate for him I let him enter and I gave him the good news of paradise. So

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my stuff the * out you run her. Then another man came asking permission to enter for color to the Prophet sallallahu earlier send them said if the who were Bashir who will open it for him. Let him enter and give him good news of paradise for either Omar. It was actually remodeled yellow horn home. So Buddha said for Fatah Tula who have a shelter who build Jana, I opened the gate for him and I gave him good news of Paradise some less stuff that how'd you don't have now another man came asking for permission to enter what kind of Turkey and and the Prophet sallallahu earlier said them at the time was actually reclining flagella sir, when the man came asking permission the Prophet

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sallallahu early Islam set up for color and he said if the who were Bashir who bill Jenna, allow him to enter and give him good news of Jenna, Allah bulwell to say boohoo otaku after trials, afflictions that will befall him

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that will happen for the hub to for either with man of almost I said I went and it was earthman La Jolla Mourinho for death doula who was chuffed to Bill generous, so I opened the gate for him I gave him the good news of paradise for a bump to below the collar and then I told him about what the prophet sallallahu earlier said him said that Jenna after trials that will happen or that that will befall him, color call Allah who will muster on earth Manuel de la hora and who said Allah who mastan Allah is the one whose help is sought beautiful holidays in one mahalo brings us over here of course to prove how it is permissible to tap your stick on mud on water. This is not contrary to

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other this is not a waste of time. If, if something like this helps you focus better, then there's nothing wrong. If it's not causing harm to anybody, there is absolutely nothing wrong. So, it seems as though the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was was deepened thought or at least or perhaps it is, you know gibreel was was was talking to him. And we have learned earlier about how I shall de la Mourinho said that the Prophet sallallahu early Sunnah would see puberty, whereas we would not so because here are the Prophet sallallahu Urdu cinemas giving news of the unseen and how would he know the matters of the unseen only when they were conveyed to him? And how were they conveyed to him

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through revelation through Angel gibreel. So here, this shows us, of course, the truthfulness of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as well, because what he mentioned here regarding Earth mandrel, the longmorn who did come true, or Manuel de la hora, and who certainly faced a great trial. Towards the end of his life, he was the halifa. And we learned that there were these rebels who had basically, you know, come into Medina and they had laid siege to the house of Earth, when will the Allahu anhu service Manuel de la hora no was not able to go out of his house. And when people asked her as Manuel de la Horne, who that punished these people, then, you know, his response was

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basically that he did not want to use violence in the city of the Prophet salallahu earlier center for his own sake. So, the answer is man or the Longhorn, who did not use any force against those rebels. And eventually we learned that one of the people you know, he climbed into the house of Earth vandal the Longhorn, who, and he killed him. So it was Manuel de la Mora, who did face this huge trial, and what the Prophet salallahu earnings and upset concerning him came true. So on the one hand, it shows us the truthfulness of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And on the other hand, we see the beautiful response of Earth man, little yellow horn who Allah whom was Darren,

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Allah is the one whose help is sought. You see, these words are very powerful and very important for us to say, we are lost parents how to protect us, but if ever we receive some, some difficult news, then this is what we should say. Allahu mastan you see your Kubernetes Sam when his sons came and lied to him, that

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The Wolf, a Yusuf Alayhi, salam, he said, well now Mr. Anwar lamotta freephone that Allah is the one whose help is sought against the things that you say. So, and I shall dwell on her on her, repeated that same statement when the people had spread the rumor about her. So sometimes you get to hear, you know, things that are very upsetting things that first of all, may not be true rumors about you lies about you, you know, really unfair criticism and judgment about you. And these kind of words are very difficult to hear, they're very painful. So, at that time, what should be your first response along with Stan, sometimes you hear bad news or news that is very difficult to absorb? That

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that is very difficult to even listen to, you know, perhaps about your health or about the health of your children or about your, you know, your your financial state, sometimes, you know, you you have applied somewhere for a job or something and you and you receive a rejection letter. And he it's, it's very painful, but what should our first response be Allah homeless, Allah is the one whose help is sought, any I am in difficulty, I am in need. Absolutely, there is no denying that I am hurt, I am sad, I am afraid. And Allah is the one who has helped I seek meaning I'm not able to deal with this myself. I seek Allah subhanaw taala does help against this trial. And when you seek the help of

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Allah, then you will get patience, you will get contentment and you will have the strength to face the challenge also was there you know the Sabri was solid, so you will get the help that you need. But seek the help of Allah subhanaw taala this should be one of the first things that should come out of our mouth. If ever we hear some news that is upsetting that is disturbing. The next is Bab Allah Julie Baba, Zhu Li Yun Koto, Shay A, B or D fill up a man tapping the ground with something in his hand. Now the previous Bob showed a stick, okay? Meaning if a person has a stick in their hand and they're tapping the ground with it, that you know water with it mud with it, that is permissible

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and here something else. So not necessarily a stick, anything else that could be in your hand if you use that to tap the ground. So this is something more general is is that permissible? And we see that absolutely This is permissible as long as it does not cause disturbance to other people because we should not be causing annoyance to other people through our hands as well. Had this no Mohammed Abu Bashar had this and ebrd in are unsure but arinsal a man woman saw ansara didn't obey the turn above the rock man is tsunami here and Arlene rhodiola Mourinho Kala Khun Mr Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a Fijian as a thing. So, earlier the Longhorn who said that we were with the Prophet

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sallallahu early he was alone in a funeral

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for Jolla, Yun Koto, rb rudan. And the Prophet sallallahu earlier Sallam began tapping the ground with a stick for color. He said, lay some income in a herd in Illa, wickard Furi Rahman mokara, de Mille jannetty, when now there is none among you, except that his final aboard in paradise or in * is already assigned. It's already fixed. And he for every single one of you, is final destination, which is either going to be in Paradise, or it's going to be in Hellfire that's already assigned for callooh. So the people said a fella tequila, then should we not just rely on that? And if it's already assigned, then why should we bother to do anything? So for example, if a person is

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already destined for *, and you know they're there, they're aboard in * is already destined, then why should they bother striving hard right now? Any should they not just rely on their fate? And if a person their final abode is paradise and again, why should they bother working hard, when their final abode in Paradise is already assigned? Allah the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said your Malou you should work you should do whatever that you can for Columbia salon because each person is facilitated in in doing that, which will lead them to their destination for a moment artha taco and then he recited for a moment our taco was at the curb in her snafus, and we assume we'll

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use that as for the person who gives and is fearful of Allah.

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Then, for a moment, Alcala taco was Saddam Hussein and he confirms in the best meaning he believes. Then facilier sera who will use rather than the last parent or facilitates him towards

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path of ease, meaning all those potata leads that person in the path of righteousness. So in this study, somebody has brought this over here to prove how it is permissible to use whatever that is in your hand to tap the ground. This is not against other this is not disrespectful.

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But we also learn from this Hadees. About how

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Yanni, even though you know we, of course we believe in fate, right, we believe in Qatar, and believing in Qatar means that Allah subhanaw taala already knows what we're going to do because his knowledge is not limited to the past, present or future in the sense that he doesn't come to know of things as they happen. He already knows about them. If he would only come to know about things as they happen, then what would be the difference between Allah's eylem and our l? Write Allah subhana wa tada is alim, our lemahieu Ube, the Knower of the unseen. So this means that he also knows whatever is going to happen time is something that is relevant to us. All right. Time is a is is

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something that confines us right? It's a it's, it's a form of a limitation. Right. And this is something relevant to us. A las patatas is above this limitation, right Allahu se or Allah conqueror is vast, meaning he's not limited by by these restrictions. So time is a restriction and this is for us not for Allah subhanaw taala. And then believing in other means that first of all, Allah His parents are already knows what's going to happen. And secondly, it also means that that nothing happens without the will of Allah, you need only happens when the last panel Tata allows it to happen. So it means that our last panel has full goodra full power over everything, Nothing escapes

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his power. So this means now how do we understand this Hardys that everyone's Final Destination final aboard is already assigned. This means that our last panel already knows about it. It doesn't mean that people are forced to be people of *, or forced to be people of Paradise, that people have no free will. No, there are matters in which we have been given free will. And there are matters in which we have not been given freewill matters in which we have been given freewill matters as to what we choose to say, what we choose to think what we choose to do, these are matters over which we do have choice, you know, we have freewill, and this is what we will be held

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accountable for. And then we see that there are matters over which we don't have any choice. Like for example, when you are born, where you are born, what your height is, you know, things like that, these are matters that you don't exactly choose, so you're not going to be held responsible for that. So in this Hadees, we see the prophets of Allah who earned his and I'm told the people do whatever that you can, and remember that each person will only be facilitated towards doing that, which which will lead them to their final abode. And this, of course, is also because of what people choose to do any what they are more inclined towards, not that they're being forced in that

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direction, but that this is what they are choosing to do. You know, for example, two people have experienced the same difficulty like for example, two people are stuck at the airport, both of them missed their flight, one person is cursing away, getting really upset. And another person is, you know, saying in a law who were in La herradura, inshallah, good will come out of this, right, and they say La mastan. Right, and then they, you know, make da and then they're patient, and then they're looking for alternatives. So, two people in the exact same situation, but completely different outcomes. Why because one person chose the path of patience and the other person chose the

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path of anger and impatience. So, of course, based on what they have chosen, their results will be different, but Allah subhanaw taala already knows what people are going to do.

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Bob attack lady with this be here in the third group, saying that that could be the end of the spear? When surprised now what is the beat the theatres to say Allahu Akbar? What is the spear the spear is to say Subhana Allah, so to say Allahu Akbar or to say Subhana Allah when when a person is surprised. So

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generally, you know if there is something that surprises you or that upsets you, you know, the words come out of your mouth, which which you are used to saying, right? So people who remember

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Allah, then even at such times, it is the remembrance of Allah that comes out of their mouths. And this is what all of us need to reflect over. You know, this is something that deserves that must lead us to introspection, that what is it that comes out of my mouth? When I am surprised? What kind of words are they meaningful words are the meaningless words? Are there words that show that yes, I believe in Allah and I, I trust in Allah? Or are they words that show that my company is not very righteous, the things that I read the things that I listen to the things that I, you know, say in general, are not very appropriate. So, to say Allahu Akbar, Allah Subhana, Allah at the time of our

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job, amazement or surprise, had this incredible young man of war on our show a burn is what he had done he Hindu bintan had that sorry, had this inner Abuja man a foreigner sure he earned his degree he had the satiny Hindu been told Harris

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that Hindus been to Harris she's the one who narrated to zuhdi and she said that an almost Selamat er de la marinha almost Santa Marta de la hora and her said on it, she said his take on Naboo sallallahu alayhi wa sallam have a call. One night the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam woke up he got up and he said, Subhana Allah, Glory be to Allah. Mather own Zilla minella minahasa in what treasures have been descended tonight. Where mother on Zillow middle Phaeton and what tribulations have also been sent down tonight, may you appeal also wahiba hudong, who is going to wake the companions or the inmates or the dwellers of these apartments? Meaning who's going to wake these

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ladies up? You need to be here as wotja who and he meant his wives meaning who's going to wake them up? Somebody go wake them up, Hector, you Selena until they pray, meaning they should pray? Because roba casiotone with dunya Arya 10 fill our hero because there are many who are dressed in the world, but they will be naked in the hereafter. We'll call them to be filled in or anybody are bursting and Romano on a cultural interview Salallahu early he was setting them up for Lockton. He said work on Allah, Allahu Akbar, or model de la hora. And who said that I said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Have you divorced your wives. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said no, so remote

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said Allah Akbar. Allah is the Greatest. So we see two incidents have been reported over here. The first is where the prophets of Allah who already was set him set Subhan Allah out of amazement. And the second incident is were remodeled to Longhorn who said Allah who about out of amazement. So it is completely permissible to take the name of Allah, to glorify Him, especially at a time when you have been amazed or shocked by something. And even and this the our job, our job, remember is of two kinds one is of is their son, where you appreciate something. And the other is where you find something strange meaning you are, you are rejecting it, you you you're afraid, or you're not very

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pleased by it. So any kind of amazement that a person experiences you need their their response should be to first and foremost take the name of Allah, and that will come out in the form of sapan Allah or Allahu Akbar. So in the first report, where we see that the Prophet sallallahu, early Islam said, Subhan, Allah on waking up from his sleep, and this was in the nighttime. This shows us that he had been shown something in his dream and remember that the dreams of the prophets are not like the dreams off. Average, people know, the dreams of the prophets are revelation, they are worried. And this is why the what the prophet sallallahu earlier said, and was shown in his dream, regarding

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some treasures that we're going to be sent, that we're going to be opened up for the Muslims in the coming future, or the tribulations, the trials that were coming up ahead, either in the world or in the hereafter in the grave. And even the treasures could be the same, you know, good things in this life, and also good things rewards in the next life. So he was shown all of that in his dream. And so when he got up, he said, Subhana Allah,

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Glory be to Allah. And then he mentioned the trials as well as the the good things, the treasures that were coming up, and then he said, Who is going to wake these ladies up meaning he wanted his wives to wake up that night and worship Allah subhanaw taala on that night, and remember that this was not the norm.

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Meaning the Prophet sallallahu already said and would not regularly, you know, wake his wives up in order that they prayed the 100 in the night, of course, the Prophet sallallahu artizan would pray at the 100 every night, because this was nephila, Tilak as we learn the Quran and additional obligation on him. So he used to pray the budget, and we learned that I shall do more on her, she reported that how at times, she would be sleeping, she would be laying down and the Prophet sallallahu Arizonan would be praying in the night. And at times, what would happen is because the apartment was so small, that the feet of eyeshadow below her on her would be in the place where the Prophet

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sallallahu wasallam was going to make such though. So when he would go down into the position of such the, he would actually touch her feet, so that you would fold her legs, and then he would make his such. And then afterwards when he would stand up again, I shouldn't be long Lauryn Hill with straighten her legs. So panela any this was the you know, it shows how how beautiful the Prophet sallallahu where it is, and his way of worship was. And then we see that he didn't generally, you know, instruct them that they should pray at the hadoo every night but on this particular night, he said that they should pray. Why because of what he was shown that night. And he said that he gave a

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warning that there are many women who are covered today but they will be undressed tomorrow, Rupa casiotone, Adia tinfoil Akela

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roba casiotone for dunya there are many who are dressed right now, but tomorrow they will have nothing. What does this mean? This can be understood in a number of ways. One way in which we can interpret this is that there are many women and this is not just restricted to women now, but people in general, that many who are only concerned about their physical, worldly adornment and comfort and lavish lifestyle. That is what they are obsessed about that is what they're concerned with. So their time their energy, their money, all of that goes into looking perfect so that they can take that one you know photo and post that on on the gram right? Stuff that a lot you need. The point is that the

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only focus is dunya. And as a result, the ohana is being neglected. The aka is is not a priority. So what's going to happen on the day of judgment will these worldly clothes be of benefit to a person? No because on that day we come to Allah how empty handed well according to mana for Radha karma Hakuna come Allah Maura, you have come to us as individuals just as we created you the first time, right? And the Prophet sallallahu already sent them also mentioned to us well how people will come on the Day of Judgment, empty handed, nothing, nothing of our property will be with us on the Day of Judgment. So if our only goal right now is our worldly appearance and our you know, our physical

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comfort, then we are going to miss out on worship, on doing things that will truly benefit us on the Day of Judgment. So this is what the prophet sallallahu Sallam told his wives that there are many who are dressed today in the world, but tomorrow they'll be naked they'll have nothing to adorn them with. So in the Quran, we learn that while the bursa taqwa Valley kohai is right, that almost Pandora has given us that Libous clothing, which is something that covers us and it also beautifies us it is it is a source of adornment, what Isha but then Allah Subhana Allah tells us that the boss of taqwa is that which is better. What is the boss of the query boss of taqwa is your piety right

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your worship your good luck. So while you're your outer your physical coding, yes that has its place an importance but it should not be the number one priority in our lives. That hours and hours go by and so much of our money and our attention goes into just looking perfect, just looking good. Any think about it when when he is coming up? You know our focus is what what am I going to wear an eighth right what clothes what choose which bag which makeup, which hairstyle? You know what? Everything we're so concerned about it? But then you know this year when there's no parties to go toward or there's no places to go to where we cannot really show off our clothing then people

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wonder, is there any point in in getting dressed up for eat but is he really just about looking good. He is not just about looking good. He is about celebrating

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After a time of worship, that Allah subhanaw taala has given us the opportunity to worship Him. So in these days, he our concern should not just be, what we're going to eat underneath it and what we're going to wear underneath it, these days our concern should be, what can I do right now in these blessed days, in the best days ever, when, if a person does a good deed, then it will be very, very beloved to Allah subhana wa Tada. So, this is what our concern should be. Again, this this is not to say that our worldly, you know, comfort does not matter at all. No, it has its place, but it should not be our number one priority. And then we see that another way of looking at this is

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another interpretation of this is that Rober casiotone for dunya Aria to fill a hero, that many women who are covered today will be uncovered on the Day of Judgment. What this means is that because they're covered scantily or inappropriately, then they will be punished for their nakedness tomorrow on the Day of Judgment, how that that they will have no clothing with which they will be honored. Because remember that on the Day of Judgment, yes, people will come without any clothing on their bodies. However, we learned that that some people will be clothed, alright, and the first to be clothed will actually be Ibrahim ra his center, and that will be a garment of honor. So remember,

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that on the Day of Judgment, people will be clothed, why in order to be of course honored. But these people who who don't care about the commands of Allah Pousada today, they will not be honored with the clothing of honor on the Day of Judgment. Another way of, of interpreting this is that in the Quran, we see that spouses have been described as spouses have been described as Libras, for one another, right clothing for one another. So what is meant by this is that many women who have garments today, meaning they have a spouse today, but on the Day of Judgment, they will not meaning on the Day of Judgment, their spouse is not going to be of any help to them. So you cannot rely on

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the piety of your spouse, that their piety will save, you know, your their piety, their deeds will help them and your deeds will help you. And this is especially relevant to the family of the Prophet sallallahu. Earlier he was because you see, he was he was instructing that his wives be woken up in order that they may pray in the night. So so it's as if he's, he's saying to them, that you have to do something for yourself. Now, don't rely on my worship. You have to worship yourself for your own benefit. The next Hardee's is had doesn't Abuja man about on our show a burning berners Lee or head designer is mariacarla Destiny aqui en Suleiman and Mohammed dibny ebrt opin anemone she has been an

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early evening Hussain annasophia to binter hurrian xojo Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam of Morocco under hija at rasulillah he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the zoo who were who are more tacky funfilled Masjid. So Sophia been created Yola, marinha, the wife of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, she reported that once she visited the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam while the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was in the masjid, making doing erotica, and this was philosophy little Hawaii bt min Ramadan in the last two nights of Ramadan, but they had the third during the husana militia. So she spoke with him for about an hour after Isha sama comet done kalibo and then she got

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up in order to return home for como Mara hanabusa. Lola who early he was Salah, Yakubu Ha. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam got up with her in order to escort her back home had the ADA Bella hot Babel Masjid the lady in the mosque Annie Omi Salah mata xojo Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, until when she reached the the door of the masjid, which was near the house of ohms selama zodion Nabi sallallahu earlier said I'm the wife of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Mandala be hemara juliani mineral unsought to men of the unsurpassed by them for cinema Allah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam alumina further, so both of the men they greeted the Prophet sallallahu

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aarnio sentiment and they went quickly for call Allahumma Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam the Prophet sallallahu early Islam said to them earlier this likoma in number he or Sophia to been to hurrian Don't worry, this is just Sophia bintray my wife, Carla, they both said Subhana Allah Rasool Allah Subhana Allah Glory be to allow messenger of Allah will coupled RNA human this was something really difficult for them that why did the Prophet sallallahu hernias seldom have to clarify himself any we didn't think bad about him? That there is a link

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with him, and he we would only think good of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah He said in the shaitana yejide many, many ad Emma MUB Lucha de mi, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that shaitan flows in the son of Adam in the place of blood, meaning just as blood flows in the body of a human being shaitan also does that well in the Hershey to a year could be for fuel Kuru be coma and I was afraid that Trayvon was going to cast some doubt in your heart that how come the Prophet salallahu already sent him is with a lady over here and this is why he clarified to them that this is just not any lady This is my wife. So a lot of lessons to be learned we have studied

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this Hadees in great detail in in earlier chapters. I'm not going to go in detail over here. But if somebody has brought this over here to show how when the Prophet sallallahu Urdu said I'm explained to them, you know who that lady was the companions the and saw this at Subhan Allah. So they said that out of amazement. So this is something that is permissible and in fact, it is something good that when you are amazed then the remembrance of Allah comes out of your mouth back into here I never heard fee, the prohibition of flicking small stones. Okay, small stones, pebbles, even marbles, for example, pieces of Lego, or anything that's small like that even you know, paper balls,

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that can actually be very hard flicking things like that is something that is prohibited Why? Because even though you know, they may be very small, who when they hit someone they could they could actually really hurt it's very, very painful. So this is why any throwing stones and things like that is not permissible. And remember that the legem is actually a form of punishment. So don't do that. Had this an Adam had this and I'm sure but you're on katapola similar to rock but Abner Soho Bernal as the year you had this one Abdullah honeymooner felony Missouri Niki, kala Nevin abou sallallahu alayhi wa sallam our annual fee. We're calling in the hula yocto to say that what are

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you? Well, I Yun cola I do work. So we learned that Aqua even sub Han said that our beloved waffle, he said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam forbade the flicking of small stones and the prophets of Allah Who are those that have said that it does not kill game meaning if you're trying to hunt an animal, and you use a tiny pebble in it, you're not going to be able to kill your your game with that pebble. And at the same time, while I yonka are the worst, nor does it hurt the enemy. And if you're really trying to defeat the enemy, you cannot defeat the enemy by throwing stones at them. However, we're in know who you are lying awake siru Simner it may cause loss of an

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eye or break a tooth, meaning by accident, so do not do that. And remember that a Muslim, any a Muslim is such that others are safe from a Muslims tongue and hence. So we learned earlier about how using a stick to tap it on the ground in the water on the mud. That is something permissible, but that doesn't mean that every kind of movement is permissible. No, you have to be careful that if something could you know cause harm to someone, then you avoid such things. So be careful. burb Alhamdulillah Allah plus

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a handy meeting, saying Alhamdulillah by hula Altis, the person who sneezes meaning someone who sneezes should say Alhamdulillah This is also part of other had doesn't have Mohammed who here had the thinner Sufyan had this in a suit a man and Anna Sydney mannequin. rhodiola Mourinho call our office or Giuliani or in the Nabi sallallahu early he was setting them up for shamatha I had a woman while I'm you shall meet her.

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Two men sneezed in the presence of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and the Prophet sallallahu wasallam he shamatha one of them and he did not you shall met to the other now what is shamatha shamatha is to say, your hammock Allah when someone says Alhamdulillah after sneezing the Schmidt for the office is that you say your hammock Allah. So two men sneezed and the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said to your hammock Allah to one but not the other. So what happened for Kayla who he was asked about it, that How come you did not say your hammock Allah to the second man for Carla the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam explained that had that Hamidullah this person praised Allah.

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Well, Heather lumea medela and this other person did not praise Allah. So this shows us that when we sneeze, we should say Alhamdulillah

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When we sneeze and say Alhamdulillah then the person who has heard a saying Alhamdulillah should say your hammock Allah. Which means that if you don't say if you don't hear someone say Alhamdulillah on sneezing, you don't say your hammock Allah to them. This is why it is important that when we say Alhamdulillah after sneezing, it should be in an audible sound. Any sometimes you know you you asked children didn't you say Alhamdulillah they say I said it, right. But you didn't hear it even though you were sitting right in front of them. So teach them that that they should say Alhamdulillah out loud in such a way that people around them can hear. This doesn't mean that they have to yell out

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loud no Alhamdulillah loud enough that the people around you can hear so that they can say your hammock Allah to you.

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So remember, this is the etiquette that we have been taught that when we sneeze we say Alhamdulillah and that is sufficient. We don't have to go on, you know adding different words to the statement from the Sunnah we simply learn and hamdulillah and that is something that we should feel is enough. And of course, when we sneeze, it should not be so loud. We learned that the Prophet sallallahu earlier Sunnah would cover his face with his hand or his garment when he sneezed. So it is not correct to sneeze in the direction of people. Nor is it correct to be so loud because the headache continues that he would cover his face. Why in order to muffle the sound with it, right? So you

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don't want your sneeze to be so loud that people get startled. Then at the same time, you don't want to be sneezing in their direction that all the germs are now you know transferred to them. So, a sneeze in your elbow, in your arm or whatever that you can do. So that the sound is also muffled. This is also part of the etiquette of sneezing. And we also learned from this that we only say your hammock Allah to the person who actually says Alhamdulillah on sneezing but the shmita loudly see either Hamidullah saying the Schmidt for the office fish meats is like I mentioned earlier to say your hammock Allah to who to the office to the person who sneezes but when do you say your hammock

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Allah to them only when they say Alhamdulillah either Hamidullah when they have praised Allah had done so they might not know how been heatherton ashore but to Anil ashara tipnis Raman cada Samira Tamara we at Ignis away dibny mocha mocha reenen annual barra de la jolla Mourinho, Allah Amman and Naboo sallallahu alayhi wa sallam A B suberin when a Hannah and Sabine

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so barra de la hora and who said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam commanded us to do seven things and he forbade us from doing seven things I'm not gonna be or Jada till Maria, he commanded us to visit the sick what the Belgian whatever in janessa T. And to follow the funeral, meaning the funeral procession meaning when the funeral is taken to the graveyard. What the shmita is to say your hammock hello to the person who sneezes what you Jabba to dari to respond to an invitation meaning when someone invites you then you accept what are this Salaam and to respond to the greeting of Salaam. When nostril maga loom and to help the oppressed were abroad ill mocks him,

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and also to fulfill olts when a Hana on submarine and he forbade us from seven things on hatami the hub from wearing a gold ring Oh Kala halka to the hub same same thing wearing a gold ring. We're on loop SIL hurried and from wearing silk and this is of course for men, gold rings, gold jewelry, as well as silk, linen clothes are forbidden for men with the badge was soon to see well my theory

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and different forms of silk basically brocade fixed silk and silk saddle cloths. So these are things that the Prophet sallallahu ertapenem forbade so in this Hadees we see the Prophet sallallahu rzm clearly instructed that the shmitah office when someone sneezes in your presence, you should say a hammock Allah to them but from the other Hadees we see only after they say yes, they say Alhamdulillah so the sneezing person says that hamdulillah you heard them you say your hammock Allah, but may use the Hubble mineral posse when you call a human at a thought or what is recommended for someone who sneezes and what is disliked in yawning.

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What does this mean? This means that

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when a person sneezes, then this is something that is actually liked. And when a person yawns then this is actually something that is disliked. How why let's look at that had nothing to add them up. No OBS had definitely been had the necessary that will MacMurray he an OBE or an OB hooray ratar o de la Mourinho, an NB sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in the La Jolla hibbeler Pass Indeed Allah loves RuPaul or poss sneezing

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Meaning when a person sneezes This is something that a love likes way of Crota that will and I lost her entire dislikes yawning meaning when you when a person yawns, then this is something that Allah dislikes for either of pasa for Hamidullah. So when a person sneezes and praises Allah meaning says Alhamdulillah for how can Allah coonley Muslim in some era who au shamita who then it is a responsibility a duty on every Muslim who heard him that they should say your hammock Allah to him they should respond to him? Well I'm at the third job and as for yawning for innama who I'm in a shape plan then that is actually from shape on file you wrote the who must authorise or person

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should try to avoid it not avoided control it as much as possible for either color her the hey come in who Shay time because when a person says Ah, or it makes that hard sound when yawning then shaytaan laughs attempt.

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Now a very important Hadeeth very important for us to understand and remember very important etiquette. That first of all, when it comes to sneezing we learn over here that Allah Spano Tata likes it. So do not suppress a sneeze, when you need to sneeze, let it out. Don't suppress it. Why? Because this is a this is an opportunity for you to praise Allah and basically do something that allows parents are loves honey, how beautiful is that? How easy is that? And secondly, we see that suppressing the sneeze can actually be very dangerous for a person. Right? So let yourself sneeze allow yourself to sneeze. But this doesn't mean that you really exaggerate that sneezing and make it

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so loud, that people get startled and afraid, or that you sneeze in the faces of people that they get annoyed. And when they get annoyed you say oh, you shouldn't get annoyed because Allah loves it when people sneeze, no any there is an etiquette related to sneezing. And we should observe that Adam and the Prophet sallallahu wasallam has taught us that other now what is the wisdom behind why a lost parent I would like that in us because you see when a person sneezes, then they actually feel refreshed afterwards. And also sneezing is a means of expelling impurities from the body. So you are now in a better state than you were in before you sneezed. Right? You feel refreshed and you feel

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you Your body is cleaner because the impurities have left. And you know in contrast, when it comes to a yawn, when you yawn, then it shows that you're sleepy, you're feeling dull, it affects your breathing, right? And if you're doing something like making because reciting the Quran, if you start yawning out loud, then what happens is, you know, you cannot really focus on the recitation of the Quran, you're getting sleepy, that means you're going to stop very soon. So this is why Allah parents are does not like yawning in us. This doesn't mean that you know, that yawning is haraam know what this means is that when you must yawn, try to control it, try to control it, how do you

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control it by not making a sound as you yawn? Because when you make that sound, the Prophet salallahu already is going to explain when you make that sound ha shaitan laughs at you. Because first of all, it's not really a very pleasant sound, right? When you yawn, your mouth is fully open. And you don't really look that pretty that beautiful anymore. Right? So shaitan laughs at that, and he's happy at the fact that you're no longer feeling fresh. He's happy at the fact that you're no longer going to be able to do the good that you're doing. So this is why when it comes to sneezing, do not suppress it. sneeze properly, and praise the last point on afterwards. And when it comes to

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yawning, try to suppress it because yawning is also contagious. you yawn and people who are not sleepy at all if they see you yawning or if they hear you yawning they will also start yawning. So do something to control your yawning to control your sleepiness. First of all, change your position, you know, do something to wake yourself up. And especially if you must, you know, if you're feeling sleepy in your Salah, and you have to yawn, then control that sound do control that Yon Do not let that sound come out. Bob either I'll pass that k for you shun me too when someone sneezes How should the other dudash meet? meaning how should should another person say you'd have a cola to them? How

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should they respond to them? Should we say bless you any What should we say? what's the what's the best way? How does an American who is married had the thinner abdulazeez of new Abby Selamat er Horner Abdullah huberdeau dinantian I'd be slightly hidden under the hood, a lotta rhodiola horn who are going to be sallallahu alayhi wa sallam apol the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said either opposite or how to come Fallujah CODEL handle

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When one of you sneezes he should say Alhamdulillah when he according to who or who else are hibou your hammock Allah and his brother or his companion whoever is there he should say to him your hammock Allah may Allah have mercy on you for either conda who your hammock Allah and when he says to you your when he says to him your hammock Allah Kalia de qumola who were usili who by Lacan, then the person who sneezed should say, may Allah guide you while you sleep balcom And may Allah reform or correct your affairs put your affairs in order, meaning he should make Doral for him again. So, the person who sneezes says Alhamdulillah the person who listens to him says your hammock Allah and

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the person who sneezed should say yeah Nicola Will you slay who Bella come, but lie you shun me too loudly. So, either lumea medela

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illa you Shama too loudly so it Allah Muhammad Allah if if the sneezing person does not say Alhamdulillah then you do not say your hammock Allah to them had doesn't add them up. OBS had done a Chaba to had this in a suit a manatee me you Allah similar to understand the rhodiola Mourinho your cooler opposite or Giuliani the Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and as for the Longhorn, who said to people sneezed in the presence of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam for Shama. Tahoma Willem you shun me till after the Prophet sallallahu earlier said him said, Your humble cola to one of them well, I'm you Shan Mittal, a heart and He did not say at amakhala to the second person for college

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Julia rasulillah Shem Matata Welcome to Sham Whitney, the prophets of Allah so the man said, O Messenger of Allah. You said your hammock Allah to this person but you did not say it hummock Allah to me. You did not respond to me Allah in Nevada Hamidullah, Willem de medela. He said that this person said you Alhamdulillah and you did not say Alhamdulillah. And this teaches us that, you know, sometimes you, you kind of have to teach things to people in a hard way. This doesn't mean that you become harsh with them, but you have to, you know, let them realize their mistake. And especially when it comes to children, you have to let them realize their mistakes so that they don't develop

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these bad habits. Babita Felber folio Daria the who are lfv when someone yawns he should put his hand over his mouth. Had this an awesome book Napoleon had this and then I'm sorry, the little mcmurry here and a B here and a B hooray later on in the B Salalah. sallallahu alayhi wa sallam upon the Prophet sallallahu earlier said and said in the law you hibou pasa Indeed, Allah loves sneezing meaning when you sneeze, Allah loves that were clogged with death that will and if someone yawns then this is something that Allah dislikes for either alpha or Dooku. Mohammed Allah, how can I How can I Akali Muslim and Samira who and your Punahou your hammock Allah so when one of you sneezes and

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praises Allah, then it is a duty on every Muslim who heard him to say to him, your hammock Allah? Well, I'm at the throat for enema who Amina shaytaan and as for yawning, that is from shaitan and this is why Allah does not like that. And you will notice that sometimes they you've slept enough, Mashallah, it's not like you're tired, you are hydrated at hamdulillah you have not been indoors all day that you haven't had enough oxygen in your body. No, you're perfectly fine. But the moment you start reciting the Quran, you get sleepy, or the moment you start praying Salah you get sleepy, so this is from shaitan recognize that it means that you need to be more conscious, more alert, so that

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you can and remember Allah more like actually remember Allah so that shaitan becomes weak. So the Prophet sallallahu earlier said I'm instructed for either to sow but I heard uqam failure or the who must have thought when one of you must yarn then he should suppress it, he should try to control it as much as possible for in a header comida thought about the Hagerman, who shall plan because when one of you yawns then shaitan laughs at him, and you don't want your enemy to be laughing at you. Because you need that if if someone who you know is your enemy is having a good laugh at you. You'd get so annoyed you wouldn't let them have a chance to laugh at you. So don't let shaitan have a

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chance to laugh at you in another head these we learn that when a person for either color red yellow,

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when a person makes these sounds he that the thought about when he yawns for English a planner? Yep how goofy jiofi then che plan laughs at him any you don't want a pawn laughing at you. So this is a time of seeking refuge with the last panel Tada. And this is the time of controlling the yarn not that we let that sleepy feeling take over us and distract us from the remembrance of Allah. I see a question coming up again and again. So I'm just going to address it and then inshallah we will end and the question is regarding what we discussed earlier that when it comes to language expressions, and it's understood that you know, they're not to be

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taken literally, then you don't take them literally you take figurative as figurative. So the question is how to differentiate between the real and literal meaning of some words, especially regarding the attributes of Allah or some words in Quran that each school translate according to their way of thinking. For example, a nominal Yakuza will margin, your cotton margin, they say that it's referring to has an inner say. So the thing is that when it comes to expressions, you have to look at the language. How are how are those words used within the language? Are those words used as expressions? If they're used as expressions, then you take those expressions mentioned in the Quran

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as expressions, you take them as idioms. You don't take them literally. So for example, young kalibo, Allah rpba, right, this is something that is mentioned in the Quran. Now, literally, it means he turned back on his heels, it sounds like a person just spun on his heels. But what what is meant by that expression, that idiom is that a person has gone back to their previous ways, right? So in the language, this idiom exists, so you take that idiom that expression, as it is understood in the language, when it comes to your code, when it comes to mutagen. Any These are words that are referring to coral, and pearls and things like that? And any, you you, they don't mean people. Okay?

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So remember that the Quran is in clear Arabic. And what that means is that the wording of the Quran is very clear, which the people of the language understand. So when there is an expression that is used in the Quran, that is very clear to the people of the language, people who know that language, and when something is not used as an expression, then that is also very clear to the people of the language. So you have to go back to,

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you know, to understanding the text, and hamdulillah there are so many You see, this is why part of what our scholars did is that they're preserved, even pre Islamic poetry. Why did they preserve that pre Islamic poetry that sometimes contains Schick in it and sometimes in love songs and things like that? Why did they preserve that, because by preserving the language, they preserve the meaning of the Quran. So, you know, it is not up to anybody, that they say whatever they want, and they say, you know, this is not what I meant, that is what I meant, or this is not what the word in the Quran means, it means something else, no

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people up the language the rules of the language are very clear. And you have to refer to those in order to understand the correct meaning.

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And another question is, do we have to say are the below when we yawn, you need this is not a requirement. However, if you are yawning again and again, and from these are Hadees, we see very clearly that this is from shaitan, then it's a good time to say our with the beloved do not consider to be a must like an obligation, when it comes to saying Alhamdulillah after sneezing that is established, when it comes to saying are all the Billa after yawning and this is not something that we must impose on people say that this is an obligation, but if you're yawning again and again then it might be a good idea to go make will do to say I would love to you know do something to to

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dispel the effect of Showtime in Sharla. So, Al Hamdulillah with this we have come to the end of

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the study of keytab will other Alhamdulillah Allah subhanaw taala accept everyone's efforts may last panel thought of

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bless us with the with the knowledge that we have learned may last parnitha give us the ability to understand it to remember it to follow it made this knowledge not be an argument against us, but made this knowledge be only a means of light and guidance for us in this world and the next and may this be a source of closeness to Allah Spano Tata and His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. I hope inshallah, in the future we'll be able to continue with the study of Hadees and inshallah, whenever a new class begins inshallah I'll share that information with you. Just qumulo Haytham, Kathy Allah Subhana Allah homo Behanding shadow Illa Illa illa Anta, stuffy Luca to booty Lake wa

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Salaam wa Alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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