Tom Facchine – Hadith Series – #36 – Allah Does Not Look At This Person

Tom Facchine
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the concept of dressing up as part of one's worship and worship, rather than just clothing. The speaker believes that clothing should be respectful and honorful, but also humble. They use a historical hadith to explain the importance of dressing up as part of one's worship and worship, rather than just showing one's appearance.
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Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that Allah azza wa jal does not look at a person who drags their clothes out of arrogance.

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This is kind of a scary Hadith because it's a

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terrible punishment to not have a Las Palmas, tada even want to look at you

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imagine your spouse or someone that you love your parents, your children and imagine you have done something so shameful

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that they don't get angry at you, they don't yell at you. They just they can't even look at you

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how much that hurts and how much that

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pains you on the inside. Well imagine now if that's your Creator,

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and the afterlife not even wanting to look at you because of the arrogance that you displayed with your clothes. And that's the operative aspect of this hadith. The prophesy centum says that out of arrogance. So it doesn't just have to be dragging the thug or having a long garment or flowing garments. It's whatever that you do. Allah is telling us that your dress is part of your worship and your dress is part of your obedience to Allah. And if anything you do

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in your dress is out of arrogance. This is something that Allah doesn't like.

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So, clothing should be respectful. It should be dignified, but it should also be modest. Right? People could go to one extreme and think that their clothes need to be not just dignified, not just giving them honor but opulent. Right? showy boastful, that's not from our faith in our faith. It should be dignified and honorable, but also humble.

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