Tim Humble – 043 – Kids Class – The Manners of a Muslim

Tim Humble
AI: Summary © The importance of good manners and good character in Islam is emphasized, along with the need to live on 10 and make manners perfect. The importance of good manners for various personal situations, including prayer, fasting, and good manners with others is also discussed. The importance of good manners is emphasized, including being a good person, being humble, trustworthy, and being true to oneself. The speakers stress the need to keep promises and be truthful in what one says and not relying on one thing. Prayer for oneself and others is also emphasized, with caution being necessary in what comes after actions. The importance of good manners is emphasized, including good behavior and good manners. Prayer for oneself and others is emphasized, with caution being necessary in what comes after actions.
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Okay 100 In your appeal Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Abdullah he was holy Nebby you know, Mohamed Rana, early USIP Ajmeri. Okay. I want to ask, Are we okay with those?

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And we're okay with YouTube.

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Very good. Okay. 100 in that. Excellent.

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So, today in sha Allah, Allah, we have a brand new topic for our kids class, Inshallah,

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we're going to be talking about manners and the characteristics of a Muslim. So what makes somebody a good Muslim? What kind of behavior should they have? What kind of character should they have? What kind of qualities should they have? Before I'm going to ask the question, are we getting the

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kind request for the sister side today? Because you're all in one room and we're not able to separate between those who are actively listening and those who are maybe waiting for their children. So we would just ask that if we could just keep the noise down as much as possible and just have tried to let the girls listen to the class as much as possible. I'm always difficult because everybody is in one room. And normally we provide the sisters two rooms, one for those who are actively listening to the class and one for those who aren't. Inshallah, we'll just get the connection going. Charla?

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I did. Okay, I did forget. I was gonna say I did forget about it.

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So I have the girls in

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Java, so I can hear what they're saying. Maybe we can try that now. Look. How do I do it here

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let's try.

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Okay, first, first things first. I have to make my work

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just disconnect yourself

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I should be okay now. Yep.

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Excellent. And now she wants to connect the girls.

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Yes, I can hear you. Can you hear me?

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Can you hear us? Excellent. Okay, brilliant. So we are good to go. So, we're going to do a brief introduction in sha Allah, to why it's important to have good manners and good character in Islam. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in authentic hadith in borderies to live on 10 Mima saw they had a clock

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that's the narration in Muslim women.

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I was only sent

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to perfect good manners.

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Now I've got a question for you. In Islam we have loads of things right we have prayer we have our belief we have so many different things.

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So many different things in Islam, we have charity, we have Hajj, we have fasting we have good you'll be good to your parents. How is it the prophets? I said I was only sent in Nullarbor. The only reason I was sent is to complete and make your manners perfect. Little 10 minute solid o'clock

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girls have got an answer. Let's see from the boys

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use of your idea

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you can tell you that if you want and then the attacker can tell

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so being good okay, being good, your parents Excellent. Being good to your parents is part of it. But the question is this, the prophets I send them said in other words, the only thing I was sent, the only reason I was sent is to make your good manners perfect. So how can that be when there is prayer there is hij there is fasting there is you know there is so many things in Islam. How can the Prophet says the only reason I was sent

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is to make your good manners perfect

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okay, so to emphasize the girls that how important it is to make it really important in people's mind okay, that's one option. Okay, go for it

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okay, that's part of good manners definitely to look at how poor people have to live your right, but I'm not asking that question. I'm asking the question listen to the question carefully. In Islam we have so many things we pray our prayers we fast we give the car we go to Hajj we have so many things but in this hadith it's like the Prophet said there's nothing in Islam except good manners.

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Yes hands

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because I like to answer if you can explain to me why that's the perfect answer. And I said because all of it is good manners. But you have to explain to me why how is all of it good manners?

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To boys know the answer any girl three boys have gotten hands up girls

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Okay, girl said good manners are everything. I don't know. Okay, let's see from the boys. Mohamed

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good I like that also you get in that you have to pray in a good way. Okay. Let me ask a question. Good manners. Okay. How you treat other people? Okay, how do you behave towards other people? The prophets I seldom said

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it tequila hyphema good word to be received. Hassan and tiempo were highly invested before looking at treat the people with the best months is good man is limited to how you treat other people.

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What about how you are with Allah? Is that not also good manners?

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What do you think? You think it is? What do you think?

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Yes So how you are towards Allah and how you are towards people all of it comes from your good manners your good manners with Allah and your good manners with the people your good manners with Allah is your worship you do for Allah that's part of your good relations the way you have a good relationship with Allah you kept your heart is connected to Allah and also the way that you are with the way that you are with other people.

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You have a note no audio at all.

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Okay, we can we can pause for a second and check what's the matter with it

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you Yeah, it's like far away. Okay. So maybe you will use on the camera one. Okay, have you checked you actually plugged the audio into camera one you didn't plug into camera two.

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Which camera does that see on the side?

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Your cables in the wrong way or using camera to just change your audience to cover to hit?

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Problem solved?

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Come on, you can't see me.

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I'm not convinced.

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I'm not convinced. I don't know what you're

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talking about.

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Okay, one minute. You can stand up. We're gonna fix it. Okay. We'll fix it. Okay. Leave that one.

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Camera, and that will be yes.

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Okay, is it plugged in? Let's find out. Is it switched on testing, testing, testing, testing, testing, testing, testing.

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Yeah switched on

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is it plugged in?

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No, wasn't plugged in.

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Just wasn't listening

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okay, it's all right we have these technical issues sometimes.

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Okay, Inshallah, now it's going to start it will be fine inshallah

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it will be fine in sha Allah. So, we said that even how you behave towards Allah is part of your good manners and how you behave towards other people is part of your is part of your humanity. And we we gave that for that the evidence of the statement of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam in numbers to the will tell me slightly

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what can we say about why good manners are really important? What can we say?

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So, give me some ideas why is it really important to have good manners?

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Good girls give me a good answer. They said they give people impression of how Islam is. So it can be a way of power for you. It can be a way for you to give power to people because people will learn Islam through the way you behave towards people good.

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Who have not heard from a movie before

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it's an opportunity for you to go to Jenna I love that. Why is that so important? Because

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there is nothing heavier on your scales on the day of judgment than good manners.

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So good manners weigh heavy on your scales on the Day of Judgment. So very good answer. Yes.

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Okay, if you treat people well, they will treat you well. Sorry. I chose that from your side.

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Because Allah ordered us to, to

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and we've got an evidence that Allah ordered us to, in the statement of Allah azza wa jal holding up what more below were eyelid and enjoying this iron tells us that Allah ordered us who did

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let things go let pardon people like forgive people when they do something bad to you let it go.

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When more better of an command what's good

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command what is good. I tell people to do what's good. Well, I ninja hating and if someone behaves badly towards you, what should you do to them? Should you behave badly towards them? No. I let them go. Turn away and let them just let them do their thing. But don't don't don't do what they do to you. So this is part of the good manners in Islam. And we know in this hadith, this hadith, the hadith of wealth, in which the prophets I seldom said it tequila into my foot

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will be received at an has an attempt to have we're highly nasally Caloocan hasn't the prophesizing give three pieces of advice for three pieces of advice. He said wherever you are in the world, have Taqwa of Allah, ie do the right thing obey Allah to Allah told you to do and keep away from what Allah told you to keep away.

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Obey Allah, wherever you are.

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And follow up a bad deed with a good deed, it will wipe it out. So if you did something bad, would you do straight away? afterwards? When you did something bad straightaway, what do you do?

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If you did something that

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you did something bad, what should you do afterwards?

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Say sorry, good. So you should do something good. You should do something good. What do you think?

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Ask for forgiveness. Yes. What do you think you

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do a good deed. Okay. Very good. So when you do something bad, do something good. And the third one, treat the people with the best manners. Treat people with the best manners. Excellent. So that's part of the inputs. What else can you tell me? About the person who has why it's important to have good months?

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Why is it important? I like to give an answer about that when people will learn about Islam from whale skills.

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It makes you a better person inside and it purifies your soul. So you can give an evidence for what the bill said in the statement of Allah had F lammens. At that Canada will cover men DESA that part of what you clean your you make your soul clean and your heart clean. How do you do it? By by if you are a good person and you treat other people good, you don't hold bad things in your heart like jealousy, and hatred. So you're going to feel like what's the word you're going to feel like to be a happy person, you're going to feel like a person who doesn't get sad by what other people say. You're going to feel like a person who your heart is light. Yeah, there was a man, this man, he went

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to gender. us from the people of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, There's a man going to come from over there. You're not over there. And you're heading for that. And this man is from the people of God. So the man came, and he was nobody special. Just a regular guy. So the Sahaba was surprised. Why is this man?

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The prophet tells us this man is from the people of Ghana and what's special.

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So one of the Sahaba said, I'm going to stay with you for three days, I want to watch what you do. Maybe you pray more, maybe you fast more, maybe you give charity more.

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Maybe there's something you do that makes you special.

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He spent time with him.

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And in that time that he spent with him.

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He spent this time with him.

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He said I didn't see you doing anything special.

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You kind of pray the same way that I pray.

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And you you know you you do what I do? What is it? Why do you think the Prophet sighs I've said that you are from the people of genuine. He said, I don't know any reason except when I go to sleep at night, I don't put anything in my heart against another person.

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Some people, they go to sleep at night and their heart is full of what is full of describe this to me, I'm gonna get my revenge on him. This one did this too. I'm not friends with him. This one did this. And they have their heart is full of things that stop them going to Gen. Y even couldn't even stop you're going to gender if you are right and they are wrong.

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How could it?

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So the point is you're not okay, so you're not supposed to hold a grudge. And Allah said, who will be patient with people who pardon people? Okay. But there's another reason a simple reason which we studied in the in the Day of Judgment, why having things in your heart slows you down from going to gender? Where do you have to stop?

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Where do you get delayed? Which part of the Day of Judgment when you get delayed at if you have in your heart, we did it last week or the week before, you're going to get stuck there. And you're not going to be able to go past because you've got too many things in your heart against other Muslims.

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What do we say the name for that pleases? Honestly, the idea?

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Was the use of how's it going? You have idea?

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That's very true. If you want Allah to forgive you, you need to forgive other people. That's very true. That's completely correct. So what that's what I'm saying that there's a when you don't forgive people, something will slow you down. In the day of judgment. There's a place in the Day of Judgment.

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Is it before the bridge after the bridge?

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Over the fire? Who says before me, put your hand up?

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Who says after?

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Okay, after it's right after the park over the fire, there's a place called Alcantar. And that's the place where all the Muslims who had issues with other Muslims get sorted out

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all the Muslims that have anything's with other Muslims. They're all from the people agenda. But there's problems between them. He did this to me, he did that to me. So who will go past that the fastest is the one that doesn't have anything in their heart. And I don't I don't mind what anyone did to me, I just want to go to gym.

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So that's also very good for what you said about the importance of having good manners. It's the heaviest thing on the scales. And a person can reach with their good manners. They can reach a status of the person who prays a lot and facile me somebody who prays a lot and fast a lot. Someone could reach the same level as them because of they just have good manners with people. Does that mean you can't pray?

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You can just not pray and have good manners. No, because you can't go to gender at all if you're not praying, but a person who prays loads of extra prayers, and someone who doesn't pray as many as that person, but they have good manners. They could reach the same place as each other because of how important good manners is in the religion of Islam. Yes,

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go for it.

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he did pray, he seems to pray. Do you know how he used to pray?

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Do you know how he used to pray? He used to pray like we pray. Like he used to pray like Muslims pray not exactly. But he used to do sujood. So even in their book that they mentioned about Isa, when they talk about the Bible, even there, it's mentioned that he used to put his hands and his face on the ground when he prayed.

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He used to pray with his hands and his face on the ground like we pray our center used to pray, all the prophets used to pray and a massage. So

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all the prophets used to pray

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all the prophets different ways. Like I mean, the prayers were not exactly the same, like Allahu Akbar was not the same in every prophet. But the idea of praying was the same for every really good question. Okay. So we talked a little bit about how important is to have good manners. How important is to have good manners.

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Even though I hadn't, in which the Prophet sallallahu I think he was setting them. He said

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For example, He was asked, what is the thing that most people will will make most people go to general.

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So as an actor, my head full of nurse, and Jen Oh, my YouTube nurse and Gen. Y is the thing that most people go to gender for. He said, taqwa Allah, what was

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the reason most people go to JetNet is a being Allah,

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a being Allah and Goodman's

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being Allah,

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and good manners.

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Let's try that and see if the volume is a little bit better on the live stream now.

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Also, the Prophet SAW Allah Bharati, who says, for example, he said, I will guarantee a house in paradise for the one who leaves arguing even if they are right.

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And I will guarantee a house in the middle of paradise for the one who leaves of lying even if they're joking.

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And I guarantee a house in the highest place of paradise for the one who makes their mother's good.

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This is the ratio. It's narrated by a Buddha, and others in the Heidi's authentic.

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So what did the prophets I mentioned? He mentioned a house

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in paradise for the one who leaves arguing even if you're right, that's part of good manners, right? You're right, but you don't argue.

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Also, a house in the middle of paradise for the one who leaves up lying even when they're joking.

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And then the highest place of paradise for the one who perfects their manners. And we said perfecting your manners has all to do with the different parts of Islam. All of them are to do with making or what to do with having

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good manners. The Prophet SAW Selim said, I have labored Allah He is Allah accent of

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the Most Beloved of Allah servants, the ones that Allah loves the most are the ones who have the best manners.

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How will the manners of our prophets little love it?

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You have to bring me an eye

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you have to bring me an eye

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with an iron, how are the manners of the province?

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Who can give me an iron

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or a Heidi? They can tell me how good the Madison contract

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that's very true. That's very true. Do you know any idle any Hadith, which you can tell me to show me how the madness of prophets lies and used to be

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it's hard question

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let me just see what I see. How's my video

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can you give me one thing on that just check me my audio levels please it's just the bottom at the bottom here which yeah you're right you're right right there somewhere there this one says Audio

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no Gil skill set idle cosi ikusi is about Allah's description.

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Who can give me something about the manners of the Prophet sallallahu?

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Very good. You gave me a hadith. I'll give it I'll give it to you for giving me a hadith accent. He gave me the hadith of Ayesha holy Allah when she said about the Prophet slicin karna Hulagu that his manners were the manners of the Quran that's excellent.

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I say the higher Hadith kills Don't get upset.

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Use of you have answer

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Excellent. That's what I was looking for. In Nicola, Allah hold open. Ali. You have the best manners. You have the best manners. That's exactly what I was looking for. You have the best manners.

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Okay, excellent. We're in Nicola Island photo. Kim. Ali, you have the best manners. Very good.

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Also the statement of a prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam acmo meaning at the manor accent? Who are

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the best of the believers in Eman? The ones that have the most complete Eman is the one who has the best manners. Excellent. That's what I wanted to cover for that introduction just as an introduction to it. Now we can talk about manners in two ways. Good manners, and

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barbarous. Okay, that was the easy question that wasn't different. I just want to see who is awake. And who is sleeping. Most people were sleeping,

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good manners and biomass. So we want to talk about the things in Islam, which are part of good manners in Islam. And we want to talk about the things in Islam, which are part of bad manners. And I have a long list here, I actually have a list in my notes of maybe at least we have 50

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Different examples or different

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words that we can give for good manners. And I'm going to pick

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I'm going to pick Let me see. Today, let's try and cover if we can, five or six. Okay? But what I'm going to ask you to do is I'm going to ask you to choose which ones we're going to cover. So I want now you to give me everyone think of an example of something which is good manners.

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Okay, girls give a suggestion. Let's hear an example of good manners. An example of good manners. Yes.

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Okay, you're good manners with Allah. So that is like loving Allah. And

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sort of showing your like your need of Allah, that's part of your good manners with Allah. We'll talk about that today. Inshallah. The girl said, Be good to your parents. Okay. The girl said the good to your parents. So that it comes under. Perhaps it comes under the word and

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being a being good to your parents. Okay, excellent.

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Let me see I heard from you. I want someone different. I didn't hear from it. All good manners to Allah we spoke to the boy said yes.

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Okay, respecting other people. That one we have to kind of maybe divide into which other people were talking about. Because if it's parents, it has a name. And if it's our neighbors, it has a name and if it's our friends, it has a name and if it's our teachers, it has a name, but it's good. Yeah, it's good. It's good. Yeah, I haven't heard from

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Okay, being good to you anything good to your neighbor. That's good.

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We're being very general. Now. Being good to be good to specific things are part of your good manners, or she hasn't. Okay.

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Being honest. I love that one. That one we're going to talk about today. Definitely. Being honest and trustworthy. Okay.

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Let me see. Yeah.

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He had been nice to your friends, but it's like

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You're being like, General, let's go into something specific.

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What about things like generosity being generous? Yeah. Being generous. Okay. What else do we have? No, I haven't heard from

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being helpful. Okay, a towel and I like that. That's very good. Do we have one problem?

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I'll get I'll get your names mixed up use of user. I got you. Right. Your use of a new level, right? Okay.

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Yeah, that's very true. That's from good manners is being someone who is

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like a happy person who smiles at people who is easygoing. What about being like gentle with people and easygoing with people forgiving people? Is your hand

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like stretching like that? Okay, well.

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Being humble, what does that mean?

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so humility, the girl said, what was the new Muhammad?

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Like, make mistake?

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Yeah, if so, you made a mistake and somebody corrected you, you admit and you see I did make a mistake. So not being proud. Not being proud. Okay, very good. Excellent. Okay. I'll go and move in your hand those

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respective people that are older than you? Yes.

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Ask him for constantly going back to Allah and asking for forgiveness. I like it. Yes.

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Oh, that's good. I like that one. Respecting the Masjid. So respecting the things that Allah told you to respect? Yes.

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I couldn't hear you you have to shell

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looking after stuff so that's like a manner like what you said before like about being trustworthy and having a man is excellent. We're going to talk about that inshallah. Yes.

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Generous? Yep. Being honest.

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Being honest to everybody. Yes.

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Yeah, respecting the things that Allah told us to respect like the

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very okay. Alright guys, which one can we start with first? The first one I want to start with is I want to talk about Amana.

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I'm going to talk about being honest and trustworthy.

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And this was a suggestion we had from the back is very good, being honest and trustworthy.

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And really what the word and Nana is the word Amana

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it really means that your heart

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isn't isn't scared with something you left with that person or something you trusted that person. You don't have a worry about them. Your heart is settled with that person. So the scholars they said the word ama that it means to Khmer, Nina. What it means to Medina to neffs was our hope. It means that your heart is settled with that you don't you don't worry about it.

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That's what it means origine

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and then it's used for. It's used for what you give someone or you trust someone with. Okay, what you trust someone with is also called, it's also called an Amana. So in Islam, what it is, is everything that you have been trusted to do, and given to keep safe.

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Everything you've been trusted to do, and everything you've been given to keep safe.

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So it means that the person is trustworthy with what they've been asked to do. And what they have been asked to keep safe for other people.

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And now I'm going to show you how madness comes into everything in Islam.

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We said the Amana your trustworthiness is part of good manners, right? So that means that you're you've been asked to do something like I've said, that.

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Abdullah, I want you today to write notes for the class and give them to me at the end. So I trusted Abdullah to do that. Agreed.

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I gave him a responsibility. And he kept that responsibility and he did his job. So he's a person of Ananda. That's good manners. He was given a job he did the job he was killed. Or I give let's say for example, my car key to somebody and I say it's my khaki.

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Look at

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Don't lose it. And the person looks after it. They don't lose it and they give it back to me without damaging it or without doing anything bad.

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That's a man as well.

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Isn't your whole religion, all of it to do with being trustworthy? Because isn't it that Allah has asked you to be trustworthy

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in what Allah has given you as well. It's true, because Allah said in our letter is similar to an observation for a being a millionaire, how Ashokan I mean, how Hamad Al inside. In Hokkaido,

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Allah gave the responsibility of Islam. So Allah calls his Sharia, his religion, Allah calls it a man, being Muslim is a responsibility. Allah has given it to you for you to keep this religion for you to do what you've been told and for you to practice what you've been given. Now you have to do your job. You have to fulfill that responsibility. And the people who do it properly, Allah rewards them with Paradise because they were given a responsibility by Allah, that they did what they were given. They did a good job with it. They looked after it, they took care of it. They took care of the rules that Allah told them to take care of, like the hadith of Abdullah Agus for the Lucha yet

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if you look after what Allah told you to take care of, and you God will Allah told you to God, Allah will guide you and look after you and take care of you.

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So your whole religion is all Amana Islam is all a man. Now who was known as who was given the name or the nickname, or the title me, the most trustworthy person

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who has given this go Muhammad,

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the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, even before Islam, he was known for his ummah, that anybody who left something with Him, He will give it back to them exactly how they left it. And anyone who gave him a job to do, he will do the job exactly as he was given it to do, and the person doesn't have any worry, they know in their heart. This is a trustworthy person. Do you think now today, people are becoming less trustworthy? Did we not mention it as a sign from the signs of the Day of Judgment?

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We did right? We said the sign one of the signs of the Day of Judgment is that people will stop being trustworthy, until you will eventually say, we should travel to the other city because there is one person in that other city who is trustworthy.

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That's how bad it will get that there's nobody in a whole city who you can trust. So it's really important for us to be trustworthy people. And like we said, trustworthy people really comes down to two things. It comes down to what you've been asked to do. And what you've been asked to keep safe. The things you've been asked to keep safe, you keep safe, keep them safe. And you don't take them for yourself, you look after them, you keep them safe, and you give them back to the person how they gave them to you. And the second thing is when you've been asked to do something, like given a responsible, like, I'm trusting you to lock the door tonight, or I'm trusting you to take this

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responsibility or I'm trusting you to come early and put the lights on or something like that you've been asked to do something, you do what you've been asked to do and the person shouldn't be worried about they shouldn't be thinking or they're not going to do it. Maybe they won't do it. They're gonna know this is a person when I ask them to do something they do I asked exactly like they promised and when I give them something to look after they look after what I've been what they've been given and they don't do anything they give it back how it was yes.

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No, if it's something haram then you're not you shouldn't take that Amana to begin with, you shouldn't take that thing to begin with here.

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If you don't know about something you don't know about something because what Allah said comes first, right? It's more important than what people ask you to do. Okay?

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Allah said in Allah higher moral

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and to add to nRT.

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Allah commands if you've been given something to keep safe, you keep it safe. I didn't give it back to the person who gave it to safety.

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Or if you've been given a responsibility, you fulfill your responsibilities properly, and you do what you've been taught. And that's Subhanallah such a high

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thing to do is such a hard thing to do in our time. And it's so easy for people not to take it seriously. And not to think about it. It's very important. Okay. So we spoke about a man. We should also in this time speak about honesty as well. That should also be part of what we what we speak about. So truthfulness and honesty and it goes together with an AMA. So now we're going to talk about a sick

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you know, talk about being truthful.

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We're going to talk about being truthful. What do we know about important why it's important to be truth? Allah subhanaw taala.

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He said, what cool no nasality

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be with the people who are truthful.

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And Allah says, women you're very low Rasul Allah, He can either Nina and Allah who is a hidden meaning Naveen or DP

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that the people who are on the straight path they are the Prophet and the truth for people.

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Allah azza wa jal said called Allah who had yo Moyane Pharaoh saw the Athena school. This is the day when the truthful people will benefit from their truth from being truthful.

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And Allah subhanaw taala said in the Muslim in our Muslim at all,

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PITINO and climate temple saw the Aquino saga. Allah promised the people who are truthful, the men and the women, I don't know whatever must feel it and we're agile and Halima. Allah is going to give them forgiveness. And Allah is going to give them

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a great rule.

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We should also talk about the opposites What's the opposite of being truthful?

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is moving like

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do you know the prophets Allah but

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how do you how do you like to live in misery? He said, in a sit here tea.

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We're in a variety election. We're in no rush. We're in the Rogen layers to hot tire Kumasi, had tire corner Siddiqa.

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We're in El KPBS you know, for what in the future alrighty and not, why not Roger Laird River? Have you looked at the end the like and

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he said, being truthful leads you to being a good person, any better being a really good nurse. And being a good person leads you to gender. And a person keeps on telling the truth. Until Allah writes their name as being from the Cydia team, the very truthful people, like our workers,

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and someone who lies it leads them to doing bad things. And bad things lead you to the fire. And a person keeps on lying until Allah writes them down as can that the biggest life like who is the example of conduct like the shape, like a bliss? Yeah, have you looked at the angle lie

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be written as a lie on the side.

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So when you tell the truth, it leads you to doing good things. And when you do good things in EG to gender, and when you lie, it leads you to doing bad things. And when you do bad things, it leads you to the fight. Okay. When you lie about small things, it leads you to lie about big things.

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And that's why the prophets I said

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he said

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that the characteristics

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that's there are characteristics there are that if these things are in a person, they have the characteristics of the hypocrites.

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The characteristics of the hypocrites are

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either had the other

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If that person speaks, they lie.

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If they speak, they like wider, wider athletes. And when they make a promise, they break their promise. What is that two minute call. And when they given a manner, given a responsibility, they betrayed they don't fulfill their responsibility. We don't do the right the right thing.

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They don't do the right thing. So now this is going to lead us to one more of the good qualities that we're going to talk about. This might be the last one we might get a chance to talk about today, which is keeping

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That's one of the good manners, that we aim to have a person keeping their promises,

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being somebody who keeps their promises. When you make a promise, you have to keep that promise that you make.

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This is a difficult one, right?

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The first thing about this is you should have made too many promises to people. If you think that's true.

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Like, if you make too many promises to people, you might promise things you can't do. So you shouldn't make too many promises to people.

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Okay, but if you make a promise to somebody,

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you should try your very best to fulfill that promise. Sometimes you can't, you just got stuck, and you can't do it. So you apologize to them. And you ask them to forgive you. You tell him he couldn't fulfill that promise. When you make a promise, you should try your best to stick to that promise. And that's part of truthfulness. And it's part of another part of responsibility as well. That you when you make a promise you stick to your promises. And that's what Allah tells us about himself in Allah. Lo, if we act, Allah doesn't break his promise.

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I don't know Allah doesn't like for us to break our price. And that's why the prophets I said that he made breaking the promise, one of the signs of the hypocrites the signs of the people who don't really believe in Islam properly, that they break their promises, and they don't tell the truth. And they, when they given a responsibility, they bring that they don't they don't keep that responsibility safe. They don't give it back to the person safety.

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We spoke today about these three things. We spoke about the importance of good manners, and we spoke about truthfulness, Amana and keeping your promises. Okay. And we spoke also about the opposite of them. What's the opposite of a manner of being trustworthy?

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What's the opposite interest?

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No. So like the opposite, being truthful, or the opposite, being trustworthy.

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untrustworthy, yeah, being untrustworthy.

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This is what we call a piano. Yeah, like betraying people's trust and being untrustworthy. People being scared, if I leave even a coin with this person, I will never I will not see it again. Or if I ask this person to do one thing, I have no belief they're not going to do it. And the opposite of truthfulness is lying.

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And is Allah truthful? Women are stuck with me no likey and no one is more truthful than Allah. Allah is the most truthful in what he says. So we should try to be truthful in what we say.

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Okay. And we spoke about keeping your promises because Allah doesn't break his promise in Allah Hello. When we act, Allah does not break his promises. And Allah wants us to be people who keep our promises, who are truthful in what we say and who we don't. We said about lying, that lying small lies leads to big lies, and big lies leads to a person not believing in Islam as the Prophet slicin portlets had to put her in the lie, cuz they're been the persons with the biggest kind of life.

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So it's really important. And what did we hear in the Hadith about the house in the middle of gender? For the one who leaves what line? Even when they are joking? Yeah, leave in offline, even when you're joking. A lot. What is lying by the good? No, tell me what it's like.

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So tough question. I don't know how many people answer this correctly. What is like

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I did something that my sister's near me. And then I get and then my parents asked me, I lied and said

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that's a good example. That's a really good example. So you what what would you How could you explain that like, in a way that covers every kind of like? You said something that

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blaming you're blaming is definitely one type of you said something that

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you said something that isn't true. Now, why is it don't tell the truth. I wanted to be really, really careful on this. You said something that isn't true. Because there are two types of life. There's deliberate lying and accidental life.

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In Arabic, lying is just an air bottle filler for walk. You tell someone something that isn't what is really true. You might do that deliberately. You might do that. Accidentally, you might not do it deliberately. You might do it deliberately, you might do accidentally. In Islam, the one that is blameworthy is deliberately

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Seeing something that isn't true. Are there any exceptions to that? Yeah, there are, there are some times which the prophets allowed. Very, very few like he allowed in the time of war. If you're fighting a war against someone, you can lie to your enemy,

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about your plans, and we don't tell them I'm going to attack you tomorrow, exactly one o'clock. So be ready and are very truthful. And you're allowed to attack them at 12 o'clock, or, like, you're allowed to tell them, You know what, but this is so serious. It's such a serious thing. For something. Lying is such a huge thing.

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Who is described as lying shape on the profit side, some sense sadhaka will work I thought, he told you the truth, but he's the big liar, that shape on the show. So this is what we wanted to talk about today from good manners, truthfulness,

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and keeping your promises, and fulfilling your responsibilities and the things you are trusted with. And we spoke earlier about the importance of good manners in Islam. Inshallah, we're gonna continue our topic of the things which are good manners with some of the other suggestions, I think we had a suggestion of being good to your parents, we had, helping each other. We had been someone who is friendly and outgoing and smiling at people, your generosity, or the goals inshallah we're going to talk about in the later in the next coming lessons, and we're going to talk about the opposite of those and why it's bad. Okay, we have time for questions for five minutes controlling?

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Very good question. Amazing question. Okay. Someone who is not a Muslim?

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And they keep their promises, do they get what they get? But the question is, where do they get? Did they get it after they die? Or before they die? What do you think?

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Muslims, we get our reward, where inshallah we get in gender, right? You get our reward in paradise.

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They get it before

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Allah will give them some money in this dunya some a nice house, a nice car,

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a good friend, but Allah will give them in the hereafter unless they become Muslim, if they become Muslim, then Allah will reward them for the good things they did, even before. So somebody who's not a Muslim, if they did good before their Islam, if they become Muslim, or the good day did its capital, and all the bad they did his wiped out. But if they don't become Muslim, the only reward they get for the good they did is in this world in this life, they don't get anything.

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You can get reward for other things. But you can get a big punishment as well. If you don't keep your promises as

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punishment if you don't keep your promises as

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is the only promise if you say I promise, you said to another person.

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So the biggest sort of the most important promise is the one where you say to someone I promise you, but even if you say to somebody, I will do this for you, then that's a promise. You should try to always say in sha Allah, right?

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Well at Holand Alicia in in the following Veronica gada Illa ye sha Allah, whenever you're going to do something you shouldn't you shouldn't say I'm going to do something tomorrow she say If Allah will inshallah follow words. So try not to say to people, for example, or I will definitely do that for you. That's a promise if you see somebody I'll definitely do that for you. But you said someone look you are trying to show let's see, maybe I'll be able to do it. I'm not sure. But try not to make lots of promises to people because that leads you to breaking your promises. Yes.

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And then you

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tell personnel you like to but you are lying, telling me truth. It will lead to more lying because then you have to lie about why even some truth.

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So you have to be careful about the lying that leads to life. But you can tell someone the truth and then make an intention I will not lie about again. So you it's really important. The Little Lies are what makes the big lies come. Don't get in the habit of telling Little Lies. Like even when you're jogging. Don't make it a habit that don't make yourself in the habit of telling little lies because those little lies become big lies, right? Very good. Yes.

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If you make a promise of someone, and then that person went away,

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like, yeah, that's a hard one. That's a hard one. I understand completely what you mean.

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When you made a when you made a promise, and one second

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okay, can you guys hear me?

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Yeah, sorry, I had a bad connection. Okay, so. So who was the last one?

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If you make a promise of someone, yeah. And then they Yes. And then they go away. Remember your question? So it's that one? If, if some if you made a promise to someone, but then they go away, what can you do? So the first thing you can do is you can try to fulfill the promise you made. But if you can't do that, because you promised you would meet them tomorrow, and they've left or something like that, then you can make to ask for them. You know, and you can also make an intention that if they come back, you will fulfill that promise for them. Does that make sense? Yes.

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Just one second, the girls had one yet.

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I don't know the answer location.

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The girls asked a very, very difficult question about who is a bigger liar. The shape part of the job?

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They're both they're both lights.

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I don't know. I don't know the answer to that question. Yes. Well.

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What about if you lie to your dad, because you know that he would get upset and you don't want to make him upset? No, you should. You can't lie to him. You have to tell the truth. Even if he gets upset, it's better for him to get upset. And then you to say sorry, than it is for you to lie. But bear in mind any lying is when you tell something that's not true. If you just don't tell something that's not that's not necessarily lying. Okay.

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Okay. I'll come to that question for the girls in a second. Yep.

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Get the dip on the Day of Judgment, even when you did something bad to a non Muslim, you can you can get a punishment for that that can happen to you because of that, but they won't have any good deeds to to, like, for them it doesn't like they will not have good deeds, because they're in the end, then there's no way for them to go to general. But you will still have to answer for the things you do to them that were wrong. Okay. I've got a question from the girls, which is really important. And coming to a question from the girls. They asked the question, why is prayer important? Why is it important for us to pray? And I think it's extremely important question. I'm going to answer this

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from two or three different ways. The first is praying is what makes us the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said after Lenny beta or they know Salah from an hour,

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the difference between us and then with Azim them as is the Muslims, there is the non Muslims is the prayer. And whoever leaves it as display. Praying is the difference between a Muslim.

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The second thing is that praying is really important because we need Allah. We need Allah to help us. How can we live If Allah doesn't help us? We need Allah to help us. So when we pray, we get nearer to Allah and Allah answers our door. And we need that surgery. We pray and it's important because Allah deserves to be worshipped. That's why we were created You were created to worship Allah and Allah deserves us to worship Him. So we have to do what is the right thing to do, which is to worship Allah and to pray. Prayer is also important because in our life as Muslims, we don't give up our

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we don't live like in a closed like in a in a locked Masjid where we never go outside, right? We go outside and we work and we study and we have friends and then we, but you have to have times where you come back and remember Allah. Does that make sense? Like if you think about it, you're at school. If you didn't pray, you would not remember Allah that whole time. Because you're not locked in the masjid or you're going out and you go to your family or friends you go

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To school parents go to work. If you don't remember Allah regularly you wouldn't you would forget. And prayers important because one prayer is worth 10 prayers. So we pray five times a day and how much reward do we get? How many

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5050? And that's a good deal. Five prayers for 50 rewards.

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Okay, yes.

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Yeah, that's what I said we need Allah. Allah doesn't need us Yes?

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Did they get

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bored? Yeah, a person might get they get a sin if they don't keep their promises and they might get even they might get a big punishment for not keeping their promises as well. So it's really important for people to keep their promises as much as they can. Sometimes not your fault, right? Would you agree sometimes it's like, you just it wasn't your fault. You couldn't, you know, you try to do it, but you couldn't do what people ask you to do. So it's important as well. Yes.

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Question regarding Mr. Fury were discussing.

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For the moment comes, and he has 99 schools of evil needs, but he has one good deed and as the Shahada.

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Now, if that's the case, does that mean as Muslims? Because we see that?

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Does that mean we can do anything we want to do? Man fall back into? That's a very that's a very good question. So the question relates to yesterday, we were talking about yesterday, last week's power, we were talking about the Hadith of the bitOK. The man who comes with how many scrolls of bad deeds 99, as far as I can see, and only thing he has in his favor is La ilaha illa. Allah, does that mean as Muslims, that we can rely on that? And we can say that? Well, I said, La ilaha illa. So it's fine.

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I'm gonna give you three reasons why we can't do that. Okay. There are many reasons, but I'm gonna give you three reasons why the contrary? The first reason is that La ilaha illa. Allah isn't just a word that you say, it has actions that come along with it. So it's not just saying La ilaha illAllah. It's leaving La ilaha illa. Does that make a living a difference? Yeah, you understand what I mean? Is not just saying it. I mean, the Mona 18, c'est la ilaha, or the hypocrite c'est la vie de la, but it doesn't count. There are conditions you have to see it, truthfully, and you have to act on it and practice it. So that's the first thing. The second thing is that a person doesn't

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know what Allah will accept from them and not accept from them. So a person can never ever rely upon one thing they do and say, this is you know, I've done this one thing, it's all I need.

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True. Okay. The third thing is that regarding this man, we don't know what caused the man to get to that situation. Did he do good deeds, but he, his good deeds were taken away by other people who he did wrong to them? Or is it the case that he had just become Muslim, and he died like that with the

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law, or whatever the case may be. So a person cannot rely upon just seeing La ilaha illallah they have to act upon later in the law. And that means doing what Allah told you to do as much as you can. And you don't know what situation you will end up in on the Day of Judgment. But perhaps La Ilaha illa Allah will get you out of a great scene that you did, but at the end of the day, you can't rely upon

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upon one thing like the prophets, Isaiah said in the Hadith and what led to the show, they attack you don't give that don't tell people about something that they become it makes them lazy, right, like they don't want to do anything anymore. You have to work hard. Women are Arden. Hirata was Surya, the one who wants to go to gender and works hard for it.

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And they are they have and they are wildly

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can say that.

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They are the ones that Allah is going to reward them for their hard work. Did you have anything to add to

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mention okay.

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I think there's

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this tension before you.

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It's possible but then how did he end up with 99 schools

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bad deeds because if he only became Muslim at the moment he died then his bad deeds have to be erased but it there are many possibilities there are many HTML ads about this person but it's not to rely on anyway it's a blessing in the in the virtual blight in Angola and we feel happy about it but it doesn't. We don't rely on it. We don't say that there is no any I don't need to do anything good. Any person has to work hard. Well, Edina Jahad phenol and it unknown. People work hard for a lot of local guy. Okay, guys, I think we have to wrap it up there. That's what Allah easy for us to mention today. And Allah knows best or Salatu was Salam ala we know Hamlet.

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