Prophet Muhammad and Islam the best way for mankind

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This is Islam: Islam means “submission to God”. Islam is the belief that there is only One God, whose proper name is Allah, which means ” the God”. Islam is the same message given to all the prophets, from Adam, Noah, Moses, Abraham, Jesus, and finally to the Prophet Muhammad, the last messenger (peace and blessings be upon them). They all brought the same message: worship only God, and stop worshipping human beings and their ideas. Become a Muslim Now: If you believe there is only One God who should be worshiped, and no one/nothing else has that right but Him, and you believe Muhammad, peace be upon him, was a messenger who brought the same message as all the prophets before him, then you are basically a Muslim.


AI: Summary © The importance of the Prophet's teachings and practicing the same kind of signal in community is emphasized. The church's practices of the Prophet's sallavi alayhi wa sallam and the practice of "Gr hang ho" in religion are also discussed. The importance of preparing oneself through the spiritual process and following the Prophet's teachings is emphasized, as it is a way to express gratitude and deliver on Islam. The speaker emphasizes the need to be prepared to handle difficult situations and not to become a victim of Yo dealt. The importance of following the Prophet's teachings and practicing the same kind of signal in community is emphasized.
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Bismillah Alhamdulillah Salaam Alaikum peace to everybody how are you you come to get some food for the soul You can replete with everything out, but it's not satisfying the soul Money can't buy that happiness. It won't bring you peace not even a six pack of peace you can't buy it

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salam alikoum greetings of peace to all those that are tuning in from all over the globe and our live audience here in Dallas, Texas, hummed it in all praises to the creator heavens and earth, who's given us this platform that we can share the purpose of life with the world that today special topic with special guest Sunnah, that way, that way that's pleasing to God Jesus was under sin. Moses was under sin, Prophet Mohammed peace be upon him. He taught us the sinner Do we know the sooner the way and we're here with our guests. Who is one of the original guests here on the dean show Shaykh yasir bridges be right back with his important topic, the way the sun here on

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the dean show.

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He's been to a salaam aleikum. Wa Alaikum Salaam. How are you? I'm good. graduate from Medina University. Instructor with a Marketing Institute. Yes. So people can go to the deen you have your special section that I mentioned one of the original guests on the line back in like 2007 2008 we started 2006 a little bit after that you were on the show to remember those days. Masha, Allah, Allah Hamdulillah, you're back with us again, we mentioned the sooner that's the way Jesus He talked away to the people the way to worship God the way to be in a way that's pleasing to the creator of Moses, is it safe to say they were on the Sunday? Is this correct? This is correct.

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Absolutely. And the last and final messenger sent a man kind of problem Hama peace be upon him. He taught us to sin. Let's tell us what does this word mean when we say sin that talk to us? In terms of thunder, the word the meaning of the word sin and I would say the layman's terminology, it just means the lifestyle of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the linguistic meaning of the word sin itself. It means the way just like you mentioned a few times, but when it comes to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and all the prophets before him, it means that lifestyle, and we believe that the lifestyle of these prophets was divine in terms that Allah subhanho wa Taala made

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them role models for us and everything that they've done, in their capacities as messengers of Allah, they need to be followed that way that lifestyle is considered basically the way that Allah subhanho wa Taala wants the followers of those prophets to find this way for them. That's why we see that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, every time whenever he delivers a hot bath, he would say, well, Hayden Howdy, howdy Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam it means the best guidance is the guidance of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. That means that his way is the best way. So the bottom line was that Imani. And of course, when we talk about the way of the Prophet, here, we're talking

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about his way in, and more business sophisticated terminologies, the orthodoxy of the practice of Islam, in theology, and also in practice, as well as the management of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. In his program, specifically, we want to revive that way, the way of all the messengers of God, we know that we have the verbatim Word of God, the Qur'an is tamper, free, tamper proof and it's original and we have the Sunnah, the way of the Prophet Can you separate these two? Well, if we're going to talk in that broad meaning of Sunnah, that means we have to speak about the sooner of the MBR the profits altogether in terms of aqidah that means their faith, their the belief in Allah

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subhanho wa Taala was all one in terms of their practices, meaning the actual lifestyle, they led their people, it was accommodating to their own times. So we see that the time of Musa alayhis salam, there was a specific tertiary meaning legislation that they need to follow as part of the way of musala a standard he gave to Venezuela that came from Allah subhanho wa Taala. When it comes to a Salah, his Salah is also the way of a Salah is in terms of nakida you have the same sentiment the same path, the same lifestyle of believing in Allah subhanho wa Taala but in terms of now the practice is dependent on their time. He brought them a specific way. But when it comes to the

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A lot It was similar in terms of data and theology as well, to definitely the same practice the same sooner. But when it comes to the practices, there was a little bit different. Now that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he was sent as the final messenger of Allah azza wa jal, his way of life, his lifestyle. It is supposed to be the way for all people to look up to and find examples and find guidance through that's what the profits or losses on himself he said, Well heard on Howdy, howdy Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the best guidance is the guidance of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. Some people have this mis notion that when you say sooner they attribute to

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something voluntary, something you can do you can't do is this correct? Are there things in the sooner that are obligatory upon Muslims? These are technical definitions of the terms and that stuff we know when it comes to the term sooner, an academic basic deficient of sin that comes into four categories or five categories. There's the linguistic category of certain means way, it's basically their way of life in general. And now it comes to what we call and that is the, the actual practice of Ayurveda, our devotional at Sunnah is equivalent to the me to the term. Mr. have recommended that and perhaps this is what we're referring to over here. If you want to do this sooner. Sure. Did you

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pray the sooner that means that you pray the voluntary act that is not obligatory upon you? Did you fast Mondays and Thursday, which is a voluntary act in this case is considered Mr. have recommended that that's how to define Suna in that sense, then there is also the theoretical definition of sin and that is the way of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in his in his speech in his actions and his silent approvals. This is now a technical definition that is for what we call all sorts of stuff. Then you have the aqeedah definition of as soon as well. deficient, which is that the equivalent or the when you say soon in our theater and theology eventually, it is the opposite to

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what we call beta means innovations in practice, or even in theology. So the term sunova referring to in this conversation, perhaps right now, is the most have definition mean the folk Aha, so when you go to an Imam and you ask them, Do I have to pray the two or four Raka afterthoughts, they will tell you it sooner. Which means they mean it's recommended. It's Mr. Hunt. It's not obligatory, but it's the finish. It's actually recommended. However, one thing that many people unfortunately they cannot they undervalue the sun. So when you tell them, this is Cerner, they say all 100. So it's not watching. Yes, yes. Which means it's not obligatory, the meaning of that statement, it's basically

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madness. I don't have to do what Yeah, you don't have to do the sun now. But if you want to, truly to be a true follower of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you need to realize that this is the way of the prophets of Allah, Allah. And if he did that, salatu wa wa Salaam and if you practice this Riba, we should follow his example because that's what he said. He said, Well, halal Howdy, howdy Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So I really it hurts me when some people they come and ask, and they want to know if they have to fast Mondays and Thursdays? Do I have to pray? Do I have to pray to Malayan Do I have to fast three days, every single month and so on? And when you tell

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them what you don't have to, but this is considered sooner, he recommended acts of the prophets of Allah to sell them and for them it just like, Okay, thank you. That means I don't have to do that. Now that definitely it's it's undermining the authority of the of the lifestyle of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and it is the undervalue the miracle following his examples that are what allows now in the spirit of this show, is called reviving that way, the Sunnah. So we're going to throw some things out in the course of the show, and try to revive it, many don't know about it, some, you know, forgot about it. So before we go to break sajida shooken. The prostration of

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thankfulness is something that the Prophet peace man did, how do we do it? How do we implement it? Talk to us about this. What certainly sugar to make us a Jew or prostration you know, to show your gratitude and thankfulness to Allah subhanho wa Taala It is one of the practices of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam It is one of these students that he practiced a lot of center. So when he received good news, when he receives victory from Allah subhanho wa Taala. He goes down into frustration position to show his gratitude and his and his thankfulness to Allah subhanho wa Taala. So something like this, perhaps it's completely forgotten in so many in the life of so many Muslims,

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meaning when they have good news, what do they do? They go on, they post on Facebook, they tweet that unfortunately, Winstead The first thing they should do is they said hamdulillah and they go drop down, drop down and prostrated dropped a frustration, the crater that happens in this is that such the sugar does a little prostration of thankfulness. You don't have to have to do for that. No, we do. And you don't even have to the most authentic place or correct opinion on this issue. You don't have to do for that. You don't even have to face the paper for this because this

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is basically a spontaneous now act of gratitude you just drop down and you just be thankful to Allah soprano. But of course if you have the will do and you have also the full covering for it and so on. That's definitely his best position. However if it just happened that you have then then you heard that use when you didn't have to. And you want to show your gratitude to Allah Xhosa there is nothing wrong dropping down Institute. And thank Allah subhanho so the brother who's been looking not for a girlfriend but a wife, and he finally finds it or the woman is looking for a husband and she finally finds that men in her life she dropped out says that hamdulillah drops down and thanks a

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lot. That's a practical example. They need to do this yeah.

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good stuff is done. Let's say they got married and they think a lot of good stuff and

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then they have to upgrade their capital gratefulness to last tomorrow. We're gonna be right back with more here on the deen show.

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You say that you're not believing Jesus, you have stepped outside of Islam, you can not be a Muslim as a 10 in our faith to believe in and love Jesus Christ.

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Why is it that when it comes to one of the most important decisions in life, literally abuse ourselves. It's not that the main thing we're looking forward to see what type of money he has so that he can treat my daughter like a princess. It's not about them.

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Back here on the deen show, and we're talking about the sun the way and we talked about that all the prophets of the Creator of the heavens on Earth, they were on that way of submitting to the creator calling people to submit to God that pure monotheism. And we're continuing that tradition. And give me some examples. Now how can people now you got this term? beta, right? You'd have this term that people inventing things and they're confusing it with center? How can we differentiate what sunlight and what's something that's been concocted by human beings? Isn't it? Is that necessarily a bad thing? Now that you bring something into the religion that the Prophet didn't teach? How can we

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differentiate the term VEDA itself in terms of linguistic definition it means something invented out of say no example no previous example for something unique that have been made up. Now in terms of religion, it's the same thing but now it's exclusively in the act of worship. So for example, inventions such as cars, watches, microphones, cameras, all these things and so on is considered benign and linguistic definition which is considered okay. I mean, there is nothing wrong with that it is harder to practice these things and use them in a hostile way of course, but if something is now becomes an invention in faith and religion and practice of the deen and that is a thing that is

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considered dangerous. Because our Deen when Allah subhana wa tada gave Mohamed Salah wakulla was Rahmani the final almost the last few revelations of the Quran given him now the near end, like Elijah and also la he will win the victory of Allah comes to you what is an asset who innovated Raja and you see people coming in waves to Islam for certain behavior. And because of this, you need now to start preparing yourself through the spear and seeking forgiveness in the who cannot deliver his art forgiven when the prophets are receiving those statements. Who is getting ready now to the end. And one of the final revelations was on a very special occasion, which is an alpha during the Hajj

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season. So the prophets of the last century received the iron sort of a yarmulke to the container what mentality from them it will lead to the communist lamattina Today I have completed your religion for you what Metallica and I have perfected my name on my blessings that counted Allah bless us with what a little local Muslim Medina and I'm pleased and satisfied with Islam as a religion. That means Allah subhanho wa Taala was pleased with the prophets of Allah and his delivery of the spirit and Islam. So it was perfect and complete. That's why I shall be allowed and I'm very short pilot in terms of the number of words on there and it's considered one of the most valuable

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that even Amendment No mo low data chose to include that in this collection of the 40 Hadith many people perhaps they know this hadith prophets of Allah Sam says

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Carlos de la silla

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men atapi andrina haha Melissa, whoever invents anything in this religion, that which was not basically originally for what he rejected, who should be rejected, and we should not change the way the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did things in terms of a better in terms of deed. Now there's a confusion over here people they sometimes they confuse the bid on in the non devotional acts of the prophets that allows them so they come to you with an argument they say well the Prophet he never drove cars. He always went on camera so the lesson so the sooner that you ride on a camel I said no, that's not the sooner the sooner is to have a right that's what the sooner is the right time back

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then was a camera was a horse was or something else. Today, the right of our time, cars, bikes and so on. So whatever that is available in our time, that's the suit

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nonprofits have a lot of setups, but was not the son of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that we start inventing things in our worship in a way that the Prophet did not practice at all. So in this case, those are the things we call them VEDA innovations that we should stay away from and just remain on that very pure and clear message and wait for Sorolla hacer la silla before is that? He said sallallahu alayhi wa sallam direct to kumala Mr. Mahajan. I'm leaving you on this pure message. magitek Bella, this is the pure path. It's clear, clear label. Hi, can I have your lady Hi, can I help you? The night and the day are distinct is very clear. You could you could see through easily

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legible in the holodeck, no one goes no one stays away from that particular Sorolla service Allah, but we'll go astray and he will be doomed. So it's the responsibility of the Muslims, men and women to make sure that whatever they do they do this according to the example for sort of law itself. A lot of us tell us going into against some say a person is praying, you know, they're fasting. They're doing many of the rituals of Islam, but they have bad character, bad etiquettes bad manners, gossiping backbiting, I mean, is the sooner also synonymous with having good character? Absolutely. Absolutely. This is one of the biggest misconception about cinema you will find some people

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Mashallah they're very passionate about following the example of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam in devotional acts like the way they pray, the way they fast and even sometimes they go the way they look and the way they dress up and so forth. May Allah reward them for that passion. Some other people they associate with that, unfortunately, that behavior, and they think that being stern and being you know, rude, and so on as something that is required to force people to follow the path of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. And that is wrong. On the other hand, some other people they think that following the example for sudo, la hasta, La Silla is considered obsolete, not for our time,

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the 21st century. Now it depends on how we define the system, as we said, if you go literalist, on that example, to say you have to write cameras, I agree, that's wrong. But if you're not going to abandon everything, the profits of the lesson brought to us as a way of worshipping the web understanding things is definitely something we need to take in consideration. That reminds me actually a true story one of the scholars once mentioned and it's it's funny and sad at the same time, when the Hajaj in Mecca, they come from all over the globe. So they come sometimes carrying their cultures their way that they're taught to follow the Sunnah. Maybe it's not the most accurate

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thing. So this individual he was during the hot season and he was praying in one of the local method in Mecca and asiya. So as he was praying them, he prayed next to one of the locals. So one of the ways people do after salata shake hands, you say Canada similar except from you, they shake hands with the people next to them right and left and so on, which is not common and the culture over there perhaps. So this this Hajji, he turns to the person who's local next to him, and he says, that Obama or something like that, so that local, unfortunately, he pushed him with his hand, he pushed his hands, you know, and roughly and he told him better. To me, this is innovation

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that had he answered spontaneously with a very unnatural initate told him and being rude isn't

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mean I understand this might be wrong, but is being rude. That's the, that's the example you want to give me. So eventually, we know from this is that the lack of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam were indeed the interpretation of the Quran, and the exact meaning of the sin of the prophets of Allah. Ayesha, when she was asked about the example for Scala, when she was asked, how was the manager or supervisor Lavazza? She said, kinda fukuhara is Allah is the Quran itself. It's basically she's telling the people don't waste your time investigating if he was different at home from these outside, because wherever he go wherever he goes, this is not always the same is true for itself. So

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let's shake now Okay, you know, when you invite someone to righteousness, say people benefit right now from some of the things that we're going to revive and they do it we're going to get the reward for it inshallah, absolutely. One of the center of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is that you go and deliver the message deliver the message, as a matter of fact, one of his last advices in his last instructions, when he was given his fire his farewell football sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, I don't want to live a ceremony barely only one that you deliver. Even if it was one symbol, I just delivered my message. Even if it was one single iron. No one as far as I know, in this crowd,

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or anyone who's perhaps listening to us from the Muslims, no one can claim that they don't know at least one single surah not even I. So if you know that surah deliver that message. Even if you deliver that to another Muslim who doesn't know that sir. So when you do that you deliver it now the sooner of the profits of the lesson and you are following the sooner the profits or loss and the good news about this is that for every person who is guided because

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As a few being the mean of the living in that part of the message to them, you'll get your reward, they'll get the reward. And on top of that you get the reward their reward for for doing what you have instructed them to do as a son of the prophets of Allah Solomon Subhana Allah this continues as a running charity for you generations after you die for everyone who benefits you're getting the reward for that and that's right that's right do the sin to do the sin of all the messengers of God including the last and final messenger and share if you care share this message of peace peace acquire by submission to the will of God Islam share with the world we right back with more here on

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the deen show comes to you the truth and the attribute of the one who created you that he's one and alone, running this universe that he doesn't become bored. He doesn't die. He doesn't eat and go to the bathroom. This is not God. problems here. Yeah, it's this doesn't make sense. Who is Jesus worshipping? This is recorded in the Gospels and despite all of the other issues about the Gospels, we put those aside we just say it's mentioned there that Jesus worship God

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from hunger Welcome back to the deen show. And we're here with Shay Yasuo bridges. Now I'm sorry to inform you this but I'm up on you one already last month Allah tells us to race towards Jenna by doing good so I hope I was able to revive the one about sugar such the frustration that even the non Muslim right now if he's inspired he's watched some of the previous shows and he's I want to thank God I want to ask God for God they can prostrate right now and say God guide me. guide me to these people are on the truth. I want to be on the truth. They can make that prostration right now Can they? Absolutely This is even the Sunnah of the Prophet. The Prophet is on Islam, the Prophet Musa

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Jesus Moses, they all they all did that in their life demonstrated mentioned in the book as a matter of fact, absolutely. Yeah, it's also part of our sin as Muslims that every time you see good news, it's good that you go you drop down and prostrate to Allah subhanho wa Taala being thankful and grateful to him. Okay, so I mentioned one, I want you to catch up to me, I got two more, I'm gonna throw out two more. Let's see who wins at the end. One is smiling at your brother, is that not a charity? And I'll send him a frown. You know, and you see you're brilliant. And I'm like, Oh, you don't look at him or two sister. Saints a lot smiling to her sister. Another one is you're at the

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target or at the jewel and you see your your brother you identify he's a Muslim saying Salaam to him. You know you see your family to your you know, wife cyclestreets, salaam sitter sister. Some don't give it back. But if we give this allowance back, we give that greeting with this smile. Is that a sooner? Absolutely. This is even one of the most important basic sunan of the for the Muslims to practice. You know, it seems that many people they think that being too serious means that it's better for you to be around the people so serious, so that they don't know. Eventually, if you smile, they might think you're easy. And as a matter of fact, that's the whole purpose. That's the

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point of smiling. The point of smiling is that people they realize that you're easy, and they can be easy with you. And that's why the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he was serious. He was the most dedicated the most devoted, at the same time. The most smiling Person of the oma salatu wa salam and even Anasazi, a long run. He said, I've never made the profit sort of lesson in my life. I never met him but his smile in my face. Now if you look at the life of Anasazi, Alon, he lived with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, since he was 10 years old, when the Prophet arrived into Medina. And then he stayed serving him for about 1011 years. So from when he was 10 years old, until 21 years

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old, can you imagine the lifespan of us he seen the profits or loss and smiling in his face when he was a young boy, a teenager and even who was a young adult than me Rasulullah was smiling in the face of everybody. And he was just making his life easy. Other Sahaba said, I've never seen the profit cannot occur, NASA assumed he was the most money person ever. So a lot of levels around money. I actually studied

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and I read some papers on the on the meaning of smiling and how effective that is. Of course it takes any hamdullah easier.

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muscles you know for you to relax when you smile and when you frown on it when you get upset and angry. But what is most important is that smiling in the face of others, it's an indication it's a sign that you can associate with and that is why the prophets of Allah and he says that Allah do kamalashila fall into the habit of Should I guide you for something that if you do, you're going to love one another said after salon avena cookie spread peace among yourself saying salam to each other. And when you say salon, you smile in the face of other people. And when you do that with every person that you see around you, you create that culture of peace. We live in a culture that

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saying hi and good morning and sun seems to be kind of weird. So therefore, there's always tension in the community. But imagine everybody says Salaam and good morning and Salaam Alaikum and smiling in the face of one another. It makes it look much easier actually for us to interact

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That is one beautiful Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. I know a brother who will see people at a Home Depot, you'll identify that's the Muslim. He sees you know, the beer, the coffee or something, he'll go up to him as your salon. Like you didn't ever met the brother but it's allowed because he knows that he heard the sooner that you can go ahead and experiment this the sins fall off from two brothers come with intention, you know, when they greet each other as is true. That is true. I mean, one of the statement, Muhammad Ali mentioned one of his books about the meaning of follow, why do we need to practice the same kind of signal the prophets Allah said, let's

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say when you go to the bathroom, why you need to follow particular procedure. For example, when you eat, why do you have to follow particular nuts as soon as the Prophet sallallahu sallam, when you pray when you walk when you talk when you go to Hajj and so on. one fifth observation and this from when he was basically looking into Islam from outside of one of his observations that when you have everybody following the exact same model, the exact same role model Rasulullah sallallahu, wasallam. Imagine what that creates in the community creates harmony,

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it creates, it drops all these differences. Unfortunately, in a very diverse communities, there are a lot of tensions because of one because of love of differences. Now if you can bridge these differences to become as part of the

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overall son of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, that brings peace. So that's that's very important. And that's why when people, they, they they live the life of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and they follow the example of the Prophet salaallah Salah, it becomes easier for them to relate to one another, let's say sisters, for example, when they walk anywhere in this community, anywhere they go, they can easily identify one of the through the hijab, for example, that's easy for the brothers, they can identify themselves sometimes with a beard. And sometimes not actually, which is one of the stories I had in one of these airports. I was traveling actually. And then Subhanallah I

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came face to face with someone else with that with a beard also a beautiful person, almost we dressed alike almost. So he told me Solomonic in the actual pure Arabic translation of a Salam Alikum. I looked at him because of his smile, his smile, smile in my face, I recognized he was actually a rabbi. So I said,

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this is said to him in his in his Hebrew, basically shalom Malaysian, which is the same for the same words from Santa Monica. It was kind of an awkward moment, but at the same time, we felt at ease that we looked in terms of you know, wearing the beard, which is the son of the MBR, even Ibrahim and his son had a beard, even Isa, Jesus, he had a beard, even Moses, moose, Allison had a beard. So as the son of the ambia, when we looked at each other, we just smiled. And he said, Assalamualaikum, in Arabic pronunciation, so imagine if you can relate to one another, even though you're different faiths. Imagine if you were actually Muslims, how much you cut it into another few folders of the

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profits that a lot. We only have a couple more minutes. So real quick. So the sister she can obviously identify another sister in the modest her job, she should go out our way to say salons to her, give her the greetings of peace. Why not? That's an opportunity. We all want those moments, sometimes you feel alone, voila, you could change you can make the life of someone and I do that when I travel a lot in the airports and I see a lot of sisters work walking in the airport with a job. And you can see on their own and so on. The moment you pass by and just say Salaam Alaikum, respectfully you just feel at ease that someone recognized and said some in a place like the

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airport. One is you have to be careful. You know, sometimes Yeah, but just

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from the airport. And when you do that, it's easy. Imagine my sister, she's another sister, and she goes to her sister America, how are you doing and so on. It just spreads again, peace, tranquility in the community. You got to give us one Now, I mentioned a few go ahead and give us something that comes to the top of your head that Muslims that we can revive that you see has been forgotten from the center. Well, one of the things that people really forgot about the son of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam really it's the matter of law, the manners of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam we have so much devotion to his Salah. I've seen so much dedication in the Muslim Ummah, regardless of

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their backgrounds, regardless of the particular school of thought that they follow. It's a beautiful thing that we're dedicating ourselves to the Sunnah, and the example of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in terms of our devotional acts, but one of the things that we're still behind is actually following his flock that has managed, the lack of forgiveness, of tolerance, of being you know, accepting the others and eventually being you know, willing to talk and listen and deal with one another and so on. Even if sometimes it's tough, still, we need to open our hearts for another that is one of the beautiful sermon of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam they would love to see the Muslim

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Amanda committed in sha Allah tala work on very well with me, the Creator of the heavens and earth helped us to accomplish that, to live on the sin, to die on the sin of the way that's pleasing to the creator before we meet the Creator. May Allah grant you the best and disliking hereafter thank you for being with

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us. Thank you very much. And there you have it, reviving the son of the way of Jesus Moses, Abraham, the last and final messenger sent a man kind of problem Hama peace be upon they had the best of character, they were on the best of ways

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That way was to call people to establish a relationship with the Creator, the one who created creation to worship Him alone and not his creation to prepare for the Day of Judgment by doing good living good living by the Sunnah. Get to know the Sunnah, and live it and visit us here every week on the deen show. You can call us at one 800 662 Islam to learn more, and we'll see you next time until then. Peace be with you.