Channel: Yahya Ibrahim
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is on another level of Mashallah for joining us at this time of morning and for being you know, awake hopefully you've had your coffee. I said, I'm watching and what are you doing? Why do
you want to be calm? Thank you for having me as always, it's a pleasure and having to do that and handling our lives amazing to have you kick off our series with us. And I noticed you I can't, cannot comment on the chip. We have a new background, we have a new setup. One of this happened and we're, Oh, okay. No, it's just another part of the one of the rooms so yeah, it's quieter here in the morning so that the kids can get a little bit of time after budget. So we woke up for our soccer for assura and they're sleeping so I'm a little bit on this side now just to give just another hour of sleep and shuttler.
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inshallah, inshallah, our topic today is a story of Bosco in such a beautiful way to kick off this series. So I'm excited inshallah, I'll pass over the mic and we'll be there with you at the end to ask any questions. There's that bunker basement.
So formerly again, I said, I want to become more humble like what occurred to Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah salam Allahu alayhi wa. Earlier he was talking to us sell him to steam and get the era a lot more slowly we're selling was robotic Allah say you know, heavy we know Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa sallam, it's always a pleasure and hamdulillah to join with my dear brothers and sisters, fellow Metro bytes and guests Mashallah from all around the world. We pray that Allah Subhana Allah allows us to meet and to greet each other personally and in pioneer,
I guess physically in the near future may also kind of want to add to allow the world to heal from some of the trauma that we have experienced over the last year and a half, leading into two years now. May Allah subhanho wa Taala continue to facilitate higher through a method of Institute for bringing together people, centering them on the Word of God on the pseudonym, the tradition and the life of the prophets, I sell them on enlivening their hearts and providing in sha Allah, as sufficient level of sophisticated knowledge that kind of leads to better practice to the best practice, which is what we all seek to be in conformity to the way and the Prophet Allah, the
prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Today, of course, it's such a great honor to be able to kick off this series about leading great women in our tradition. And one of the things I think that's important to be said is that men need to speak about strong women more, especially within our tradition. And this isn't something new or unique. This is something that has been a part of the history of Islam and Muslims, that you found some of the greatest biographers were those who not just chronicled the lives of those who they could meet or interact with. But they also spoke about those who were the conveyors of knowledge, the purveyors of teaching, and those who carried on the
tradition, whether through instruction of their families, and then communities, or those who were hallmarks to, for all of humanity, such as fathima, into Mohammed, or the Allahu wa have, may Allah Subhana, Allah be pleased with her, and may He find the pleasure of Allah Subhana Allah in gender to fill those with a whenever you saw the law when he was selling, that we can rejoin them there a lot. I mean, so my discussion in sha Allah over the next little while, say about 2530 minutes in sha Allah, and there's just so much to be said. So I wanted to make this discussion about faulty mobiola. And something that goes past her car, just something past her life story. I wanted it to be
actionable places of knowledge that you and I can take within ourselves, and put into immediate practice. So I want it to be something that you can say, look, I can inculcate this in my sons and in my daughter. And that's the second disclaimer that I wanted to state that it's important for myself as a man to speak about a strong Muslim female voice like potty mouth with your loved one, I know how one of the greats will have a yet and the daughter of babies I sell them and an incredible life story. But then secondly, also to be able to convey this as a knowledge that I can benefit from as a male. And this is something really important that the stories of the women of the who were with
the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam whether wives or daughters are companions or scholars, we trained under him so Lola Hardy, but send them their stories are not relevant just to women, but their stories are also relevant to all of
Humanity to men, just like the life story of the prophets, Allah insulin is not just relevant to the men of the men. It's relevant to all of humanity because the diversity of his light shows evidence that it is meant to be a life that is lived by everyone, both in mind, body and in spirit. So I wanted to touch upon that, that that important dimension as a disclaimer in the beginning, faulty man, love your loved one. Being to Mohammed of her nicknames is as of raw.
Zahara is like a beautiful flower. She's not just a zebra, she is as a rock. She is the flower of flower, but she's the one that distinguishes beauty from flowers. So if you were to say all while flowers are beautiful, then there's this one that just stands out that's Zaha. And that was a nickname given to her very early on in her life because of her martial law striking beauty. And of course, you couple this with the fact that she was reported to be the most like her father. So she was the most like their father in how she walked in how she sat in how she spoke. And also physically she had a great likeness to the Mobius Allah Allahu Allahu Allah and he was like a video
and therefore the beauty of Rasul Allah, I sell them which for us as Muslims, is something chronicled in our sila, that you know, the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam were Yusuf is described as having been given shelter in person to have a beauty as a province I sell and then you hear from those who married this, how do they say, but the prophets I send them was given all of beauty, but it was masked behind what is referred to as haber a conscious are that when you saw the prophets, I send them you averted your gaze because there was this thing about him. This beauty about him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that his beauty was so piercing, you just couldn't look
at him consistently and constantly, without having a natural hyak and natural modesty that you would look down sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and this is something that has said it with avid or the Allahu anhu when he was paid by the people of Rajesh to try to demean the prophets. I tell him, he said, well show me where is he let me let me take a snapshot of him and I'll ridicule him with poetry. And in the famous poem, he says limber up sometime when I first laid my first site upon him, his nor the light and the radiance of his beauty salto I, you know, it just nearly blinded me, I put my hand to cover my eyes, that I feared by sight would depart. So this was the resource on the logo
it was selling this was a natural reaction for many, you would look at a full moon in the rising as it rises in the in a in a pitch black desert with the stars and it just an incredible landscape. And then you would see the face on the prototypes, and you say, the moon what I just saw, that's nothing compared to his beauty. So far, the moment your loved one had was as a mirage, you resemble the beauty of the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. She's also known as the most beloved of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And now that becomes our first life lesson, right? That we take from the life story, you know, is it fair to say that as the Herat was the favorite, or the most
favored of the children of the Prophet, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam? Well, sometimes it's actually put in that way, and stated that she was the most beloved of her father. And that statement is something due to the fact that she outlived her other siblings. So those who made this comment that I want to qualify this because I don't want you to think that the prophets of Allah He was seldom treated one more than the other, or loved one more than the other. In a sense, that is the meaning to the persona and the character of those who lots of likes, and when he roleplay your with your loved one, and omocha film or the Allahu, and the sons of the prophets of Allah and he was
selling a possum, Abdullah and Ibrahim when they pass away, but the one who lives is faulty mumbo jumbo and therefore it is natural that she's the most beloved of the prophets. I send them because she's the last surviving one of the children of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. This did not mean that are all clear. And omo consume and his sons they did not have a prominent place in his life. So I wanted to contextualize that. As a father, you can't say well, you know the prophets I send them love a Sahara more than the others. That's not how it works, my dear brother, may Allah put love in our hearts for all of our children. Now, don't feel awkward of the fact that you may
love one of your children at a moment in a greater capacity than other times. And the famous statement of Mr. Allah who I know when he was asked about which of his children does he love and you know, he
Ask them in this question will be a long one. I know, one of the men said, I love the son who is ill until he gets better more than the others, and the one who's traveled away from me and they're on that dangerous, perilous journey until they return. I'm constantly thinking of them and making drop for them, maybe at a greater amount than the other. And I love the one who's in need, and until their needs are fulfilled, because I'm connected to them in that sense.
There's a CEOs statement about politeama that she was born on the day the Prophet sold the dispute of the people of Alright, so the people have arrived after Mecca, the camera was washed away with a flood and you know, they wanted to rebuild the Kava. And then it came time to place the black stone. And every one of the tribes wanted that honor and it was going to be a bloodbath, going to be a war. And he said, Listen, how about we we draw a lot? How about we say, the next person who walks through this gate of Salah, this gate of, you know, that leads into into the heart of the one who walks from it. If they are from the best of us, then we will give them that honor. And immediately Mohammed
sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is chosen in that sense. He walks through first and everybody agrees Yes, there's nobody better than Mohammed. He is as the Coca Cola minakami He is the most trustworthy given to him and the prophets. I seldom get each of them to hold the corner of a fabric. And then he places it so that everybody has the honor of putting it in the cabinet. And he himself place it on that day is the day of the birth of faulty but are on the Allahu wa Allah. The day of peacekeeping was also the day where the world was blessed with faulty man made the mercy of Allah some kinda went to Allah be upon her and join us with her and her father, and the elevated companions of our who
have been sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when she was five years old. It's told to us in the Sierra, that she was, this is when the prophets I send them received that he said, so at a young age of five years old, she began the life journey of Rasulullah sallallahu. It was a lips message. So from the very moment of her childhood, what she experienced was that 100 minutes of the love while he was in his rasulillah, but she did not see that the end of it, she saw the beginning of it. She saw the pain and the turmoil and the hardship that was experienced by the prophets I loved. And that of course taught her a sense of resiliency and conviction and strength that would pass down through her
through her lineage into enhancer into an presale and into the owner of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and therefore also on this day, today's the day of I showed up. It is the day of Allah subhanho wa Taala have been saved Masha Allah, many of the righteous in the past knew Allah is Salaam, as is in the top zero with nicotine and other books. This is the day where the ship came to rest. This is the day where Moosa was saved from that I went according to the authentic texts in in our Sahih Hadith with the prophets, I send them this is the day where the instructions of hazera were given to the prophets, I tell them that eventually led the Muslim oma to migrate to
Medina and became the great conquest of Islam. This is also the day we're in Hussain, who is the son of 40 model D along with another second
after it hasn't, where he was given victory by Allah through his resilience and through his martyrdom, in his battle, to establish justice. And that resiliency that you see in a lesson in design, the peace giving of an has an L precise fighting for that which is right. This is learned behavior, from the resilience they saw from their mother, there's a famous story, where as faulty mom and your loved one is walking through the streets in Mecca,
probably at the age of 12, or 13, as she's walking through the streets of Mecca, Evo j, for no apparent reason, just because she's the daughter of the prophets, I send them lashes out and assault her physically, you know, strikes her face, and Fatima on the Hello, I know it doesn't back down. So she immediately goes to Donald Bedwell where all the chiefs are seated. And she walks in upon them and she says, Hi, in your city, where you claim to be the people of establishing justice and doing that which is right as I was a free woman walking in the street for no reason. This person,
you know, assaults me and I will Sophia and the rest of the chiefs. They get up with her and they go go back and come with us. And they take her and they say go see me who take back when he is taken. So she actually loves that too. She
Max epogen, this is a statement that is found in the Syrah not in the Hadith of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So that resiliency and that endeavor to learn to push back against aggression, to not just settle and say, I'm just going to have people walk over me to not allow oneself to be seen as a victim and nothing else was not in the ideals of faulty although as a five year old, she began to witness the message of the prophets I seldom she was one of the first believers in the province it lemons a child and of course her future husband Ali, who gets that special recognition to a made the first decision as a young man. She's the first of these young
young people to come into Islam in that sense as a child. And then with this is the struggle of her father, one of the most moving moments is where the prophets of Allah He was said to me, he's praying in front of the camera, this is narrated also here. And as he falls into his own poor as he made sense to June off of that, Edie white, Lana, Hola, me the curse of Allah be upon him Did you know throws upon the blessing Person of the prophets, I send them in Institute. You know, the internal organs have a slaughtered cable, the blood and the internet you know, it's and the prophets I tell him remains Institute doesn't rise up and the people of Mecca are cheering. So Fatima
rhodiola she brings pails of water from gems. And as the Prophet remains in situ, she Baines him outwardly you know, she puts water over, she removes all of this, the jassa the Prophet remains in that to June until he has been cleansed by his daughter, Zahara, Allah who didn't have the one of resilience, the one of commitment, the one of strength, and then he rises up and he makes his famous to Allah that Oh Allah, I send you upon by everybody, the people of flesh was so scared, they all ran, hoping that the Prophet would not name them because they knew he was Mr. Jab with some Allah who I do sell them. And of course, they became very regretful for that land of the prophets, I send
them against those who had committed that atrocity, Fatima as she gets her name from her grandmother. And Valentina is, you know, affectionately referred to, in our history, as the one who was
one of her nicknames is that she was the mother of her father, which is an Arabic way of saying, she was her father's greatest comfort. So had Allah
our daughters always really, you know, there's always special relationships between fathers and daughters. That's, that's something you know, that's just something science tells you. And as human beings, we kind of experience in our different localities and the the better and the healthier the relationship between a father and daughter, the healthier the relationship will be between wife and husband into the future. And the daughter, Father relationship, a faulty model, the Allah who I'd have was impeccable, right, like I just described to you in a moment of difficulty with the Prophet, she was like, she was there, almost as if the care of a mother for her child was the care and the
compassion that Fawlty men had for her father. And this occurred during the death of his wife Khadija and your loved one are honored mother. And during Iman has that
oma confirm and fonti about where the caregivers of the prophets of Allah or even send them, they were that his source of strength and he would find strength within them in in moving forward, and in commanding
himself in the oma sallallahu alayhi wa sallam through those difficult difficult times. So on their behalf is a really beautiful nickname, and description of 40. But it's very pointed. And it's something therefore we should seek to embellish and increase in our daughters for their fathers, to have them link up and be, you know, having a special relationship that is built upon compassion, and love and service. And some have a lot you know, having a father daughter days and having days where you as a father, you take your daughter out shopping and even with things that, you know, seemingly are not what would be the normal point of discussion, culturally, that you will have that that
wasn't there was no hedges in that sense between the prophets of Allah it was sent them and fontina. So that is a very important powerful life lesson that we seek to inculcate in our families, that the fathers are not just meant to, you know, train their sons to be real men, but it's also to be loving and loved by their daughters and to build that relationship which will profit in their interaction with men.
in their lives, of course, you know, we hear these kind of
issues where at times a person finds it difficult to relate to one of their children. And this is found in the scene of the prophets I seldom, but the Prophet sets himself as an example of bridging those gaps. Mashallah, so we also another one of the nicknames of faulty but obviously his man has an word to say she's the mother of a sandwich Hussein. And what a great honor to be the daughter of Mohammed, the daughter so Lola and he would send him off by the jet on the along with the mother of a lesson on the Allah who I know the mother of a crusade and the wife of Ellie, in the toilet. So handlebar what a central blessing to all of those she was a part of see sometimes when we hear that
we say, oh, how lucky she was her dad, you know her mum? No, but you got to look at it from an another perspective. How important was she as being the center of those kinds of relationships as well, that she was the mother of these children, but they didn't make themselves that they are part of her training. They are the ones who profited from her giving and from her love. She was the one who absorbed from Egypt, but was able to funnel across she's the one who was IV her, but she was also the one who was the devoted loving wife of Allium, Debbie pilot, the great warrior, and the great, the great leader and Eman of us as Muslims, for many generations for many years after the
death of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
So she was brave, and she was courageous. He was a person who stood up for that which was right, she experienced some of the trauma that was found in Mecca, she made the hegira she was a person who is from the foremost in that regard. And when you put all that together, we all know that famous Hadith which kind of makes up the series that we are discussing. And this is the first of four parts and I know you'll have wonderful interactions with other wonderful, wonderful presenters in the coming days. But the prophets of Allah or USL said, you know that there are women who have achieved a complete this in their relationship with Allah. And he describes him by being muddiman time Ron,
marry, the daughter of Avalon, the mother of a Saudi is set up. And number two is asiyah, the wife of fit Island, and number three is Khadija been to Hawaii. And number four is faulty mapping to Mohammed. And the blessing in the virtue of that he shot over other women is the virtue of your favorite meal compared to your worst we look at the other set of blind. So all these women have an incredible, incredible place in our life and in our tradition, but fontina has that high rank is one of those who are spoken up by the prophets, Allah, Allah, it was Allah. And he says to her that she would be that lady, they say you that the mistress, the lady, the the master of the women in gender,
Allahu Akbar. And that's, of course, on account of all that she has put forward in her privacy, more so than we are speaking of publicly, and then becomes an important private lesson to have a love. There's so many things we know about faulty math, so many other stories that I'm going to narrate to you. But what distinguishes faulty, but he says Allah says were you to move footsie him, her and her husband, they would prefer others to themselves what get one okay? Even though they are nice, they would give it charity. She was the type of person who fulfilled her covenant with the last panel what to add, not just because it's an obligation to our father, but because of the sincerity of
heart and your commitment in a relationship to our nebbia Mohammed sola and he was in a hurry. Another powerful moment, I guess is how she marries, I leave the toilet. Now there was a proposal that had come to her and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had not accepted it. And she was, of course one of the leading ladies
honored bachelorettes of Mexican society, even with the Prophet sallallahu wasallam.
Being in that position as the Messenger of Allah even with that, there were still many people who would have been honored to have her as one of their family members or their wife and eventually or the law or I know who he comes in ask for Fatuma. Now, this is a powerful moment. It is from the family of the prophets. It says he is the father of Allah. He is the one who's protecting that obedience Allah who it was and it is
You know, raised under the watchful eye of Rasool Allah is an early believer, and yet with all of the virtue of it with everything that the Prophet knows about Allah with all the intimate detail, and he comes and puts forward this proposal, and the prophets I send them says, I can't give you an answer until I speak to politeama, to see if she is pleased with this. Now, that's a moment to pause for you. And
that shows you that etiquette of the Father daughter relationship, in its real sense. He doesn't say, let me go tell her or he goes, I'm not gonna say yeah, I'm not even gonna let you know if I agree until I know whether she agrees. And that's a big mistake a lot of people make when there are families that are introduced to each other, the Father, you know, mother, sister, in law, you're such a great family, we have no problems with this. Okay, now, let's go ask her daughters. So they put the pressure on the daughter. And now it's like, only she's the one who's gonna say no. And that's not the way that's not the suit of that also. So I said, he doesn't accept and doesn't give
indication of yes, no, we're what it what it would be. He says, I need to speak to my daughter. And I will ask Fatima what she thinks of this proposal, and then they discuss it. And of course, he mentioned the faulty man, that the reason why he favors it. And you know, it's not something that's not obvious, he can have that conversation with her, they can have that conversation together. But the answer is not one that's built on the pressure that has been added, in that sense. And that's a powerful moment that you and I should take, pause it and learn from. There are times of course, that we do need to be
recommending to our daughters, to our families, to our sons, those who we believe will be good for them, due to our experience in life. And there's nothing wrong with that. But it should not be at the expense of giving them a sense of acceptance and a sense of decision that they take forward that decision within themselves. Her marriage also was an example of simplicity. So the daughter of the profits on a low it was lm, she doesn't have this lavish wedding, just because hey, this is the daughter of most homeless, I sell them. Everybody puts something in even if it's a time of poverty, if everybody puts something in, we can have something great. No, it's a really simple dowry. It's a
really simple wedding process. And when I say simple dowry, it's still a considerable amount. So the Mahara fathima. Sadly, and and this is something that needs to be corrected. In some cultures until today, they say my mother is the mother of ultimate. And in today's amount, it's like a really small amount, because it was painted in silver. And the price of silver today is not what price of silver as it was at the time of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So that's something that needs to be taken care of, when I speak about the simplicity. I'm talking about it not being ostentatious, that it's not something pomp, it's not something that in your face, no, this is the kneecap of Fatima,
then he got to earlier with your loved one and Homer is any car that suits the requirements of simplicity, of commitment, of community engagement, and of love to each other. Everything is put together in a way that is pleasing to Allah, so patent with data,
there comes this really interesting moment. And I know I'm going to get in trouble for this, right? The sooner is not to live with your in laws. The sooner is not to live in the same room, in the same dwelling, where you don't have your own kind of autonomous space. Even though fontina is the most beloved of the prophets, I said.
Even though it is the most beloved of the prophets of Allah, it was set up. Because of, you know, the time of the hegira. They didn't have a lot of wealth, he was forced to live at a distance from Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam a little bit further away in a further suburb. And this will happen they could see that this was something that the Prophet wanted his, his daughter near him. He wanted, you know, to be close to him. And one of the the friends the companions of the prophets, I seldom harita ignore Mandel Ansari. He had a home that was close to the masjid that was next door to the prophet Isaiah live where he built his home. And he's an O Messenger of Allah, I'm going to give
this house I want this to be sent given to your daughter because I know you want her near you. And therefore you see the balance of the soudan. That is that there is a separate dwelling, but it's also nearby. It's something that gives access and that's the ideal. It was not ever in the in the habit of the Sahaba that the son and daughter
Either one of them would live with their parents or that their parents would live with them in the same room in the same dwelling. It was something where they would live close to each other. But there was this separation. Oh, amen. On your mom, who was the one who prepared the house, for that arrival fought him out for that rival of it, and some haven't bought until now in Madina munawwara in the magic of the profits that I sell them, behind the golden in the green gate, there is a doorway that's called that the doorway, a faulty man, that's where the hensel faulty Bay used to be. So it's on this side where women pray in, in a robot, and they, you know, the women they go in, and
on the right side is the health of the product, I sell them. And the first house is the house of 40 men in that house until now, that some door, that box or that closet space, a faulty man that still has some of the remnants and, you know,
belongings of faulty men, and some of the relics from that time, are still present. And there's actually a little bit of a hub and a little bit of a building and structure that has built been built upon it. And it's covered with this green velvet, that this is the pseudocode faulty, but it contains things from her time, if you go to also is the bullet copy, you can see that there were certain things that the Turks who used to be governors of Medina, they took some of the things from that. So no, not all of them, some of them, and brought them with them to Istanbul to Topkapi where it is found in the museum, not all of the relics are authentic, some of them are stored, but they
have markups and remakes of them, but some of them are the real ones put on display in client and climate control enclosures. This shows us of course, that that that the habit of the student of the prophets I send them to have our family closed is encouraged, but it should not be where there isn't an autonomy and people are at liberty to live life
as young people and begin to experience of life together. So I thought you might want to have always preferred a simpler life was not one who was prone to luxury or excessive comfort. And after having an hamdulillah a number of children so Fatima and her she had three sons she had a lesser will Hussein and whatsit. Mashallah all all of the names. They come from the root in the Arabic language to means goodness, right. And Hassan and Al Hussein and Wesson, and then she and she had also three daughters, and she gave two of the daughters the names of her beloved sisters. Okay, yeah, I don't want to and in the middle she had between them she had Zeynep. And so Pamela Watson and Rohingya
died very early on in their childhood, and faulty melody Allah who I have endeavored to raise
her daughters with a great deal of respect zeyneb and it hasn't been her saying, of course, we know their history, and that their life extended past.
Their mother, may Allah subhana wa to add that grand Rushmore to the end and beta of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the family of the Prophet have a very significant distinct status as being those who are loved by us by the command of Allah. And Allah subhanho wa Taala orders us to have a love for the family and the prophets. I send them through the words of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the one who loves me and my family, they are loved by me, and the one who hates faulty men in particular he named her then they are of those who do not have love for me. And whatever harms faulty my harms me These are the words of the prophets of Allah
and the family of the prophets, I send them our his immediate blood relations to those who are upon righteousness, but not those who are unbelievers. So I will not have his condemned even though he is an uncle of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu it was sending the wives of the prophets I send them are also in the family of the province. How do we know this? Well, Allah speaks about Ibrahim alayhis salam, and we say Allah suddenly Allah Mohammed, Mohammed kanessa. Later Allah Brahim, while early Ibrahim, who is a family of Ibrahim, Allah tells us in the Quran that he sent the angels to Sora the wife of Ibrahim, and they said rahmatullahi wa barakatuh alikoum lol bait me the mercy of God and
the bulk of Allah be upon you, oh family of the household of Ibrahim, and therefore the a and therefore we continue to commemorate this in our soul that up until this day. So the family is defined by those who are the immediate religions, but those who are the sons and daughters and also the wives of the prophets of God, like had earlier said I'm sorry, he has set up for Ibrahim and the whys of our
Mohammed, Salah Lahore it was sending Fatima the Allah who was also of those who, although she was near and beloved to the prophets I send them was not one who would be exempt from receiving punishment if she had done something wrong. And there are a number of occasions where the Prophet with us her name in his sermons, in one occasion where the woman who had stolen significant amount of wealth that he was to be ordered punished, some of the people came to intervene and to intercede and the Prophet stood on the bumper and and said, if my daughter faulty man, was the one who committed theft in this way that you're describing, I would have ordered that you be punished in the
same way there is no rule of law is for everyone. On another occasion, the prophet was speaking on the day of Juma and he called them he said, You're faulty. But if you were to ask me for anything in this life, that I would give it to you, but I cannot let it shake on the Day of Judgment, I will not be able to profit you in a way if you have not come to God, with a faithful heart, and with a commitment of truth, and in belief, and in submission. And therefore, you see, the prophet had a great deal of love, but the limits of love cannot extend beyond the order of the powers of Allah politeama. Having had so many children, she began to grow weak. And you know, I deal with your loved
one and hope he could see that she was, you know, in difficulty he cannot afford. I hear on the low end, who is a labor, he wasn't a merchant, he was a labor, who was one of strength, but he wasn't one who was, you know, wealthy. And, you know, in this time, flaunting, that, you know, is complaining that things are a little bit difficult, and she knows they can't afford to hire a service. So it says, Well, maybe you can speak to your father. And politeama decides to speak to Chateau de Allah who I know who conveys a little bit of a hint to the Father and and so on. And then when she comes to speak to her father, her father, son, Allah ascended Rasulullah he says to a
faulty man, let me teach you i do i this becomes the dura and fall to me this is the test we have 40 but this is referred to as the faulty one that has become faulty by the thinker faulty by different ways of mentioning, which is what we do in our saw that the prophets I seldom said if you want strength and if you want that all your needs are met, when you wake up in the morning, and before you go to sleep while you're still in bed. Say Subhana Allah Subhana Allah Subhana Allah some panels or panelists are Pamela 33 times Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah 33 times Allah Akbar, Allahu Akbar Allah or a kebab 34 times there's another reweigh that is 33 and then c'est la ilaha
illallah wa that would actually tell us that we will call Abdo Allah Polish a codium. But if you were to make that you will find strength in your body health in your step, and you will find that your needs are fulfilled. How simple is this instruction of that awesome salvati wasallam that we can find within us a commitment through our spiritual strength that refocuses our energy to the duties that we seek to accomplish in our day. These are just some lessons that I wanted to extract that last one that I leave you with inshallah, so we can take five minutes for questions before we get ready for work in sha Allah is a moment of tension. Aliya Yama, who I know one is famous, one of
his most famous nicknames is able to rob the one who's covered in dust. And it's because he was upset with faulty model Viola. And yes, fall Duma. That head Lady of gender, yes, she can have a dispute with her husband, ie on the Allahu Allahu Ali, or the Allah who I know who the one who came up with money for documentary The wind was the greatest call bought the greatest discernment of giving verdict. He gets upset with his wife and they have an argument to the point that he leaves the house and he sleeps in the masjid on the ground. The mention of the prophets I seldom was dusty. It was sad. So when the Prophet here is that it is in the masjid, he gets up he goes, and he Pat's
him on the shoulder. And as he Pat's him on the shoulder dust comes off him and he says, pull me out about Rob, stand up or go to rob. The Prophet sits with them in their home, he goes home with them, and has them sit on their bed, he sits between them facing that his legs are extended towards them and their legs are extended towards him. And then he counseled them some Allahu Allah. And he says to her, look at that wisdom of the prophets, I said that there is no one that I favor more than Ali and no one that I love more than uefl But either way, whether I favor it, and you're gonna say Oh, Baba, you're always taking aside I favor it. Or all you're gonna take her side because you love her
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alonza excellant he settles them, he says, Yes, that's true. I favor him and I love you. But that does not come to the fact that this is where you need to be. And he sits with them and he counsels them, summarizing them and departs from them, and rejoins them and happiness, he brings him back into the home. It's a powerful way of us understanding that how much we are in our nearness to Allah and how prevalent we are in our worship and how we could how much we love each other, that there will always be moments of tension, and that we need in sha Allah to refocus our energy to refile for re reclaim our love, and to bring those who can counsel us with righteousness, and with sound
teachings back towards the source of truth. And the tradition of our who have met is this snapshot of just some of the lessons that I think we can all benefit from, from the life of faulty model Yamaha well, sallAllahu wasallam was a barbaric aniseed, you know, whenever you know Mohammed, some Allahu Allah you either and he was like me or send him or send him on eco murottal la he often occurred
is that that was an amazing snapshot into life.
Monica and I'm chill, I'm going to give you guys the link again, for questions are some that have already been submitted? So inshallah we'll jump straight into them. Because I do try to get through as many as possible to try out. So the first question that I see at the top of the list is do we know anything about how I should
interact to get together with each other? Yeah, so I shot with your loved one, I'm faulty, but we're very good friends, and they were people who had a great deal of respect for each other. And I Isha is the one who narrates a lot of the Habiba describe the love of the prophets, I send them for four hops, for faulty model viola, who is she's the one who describes the moments of pain of faulty but seeing her father for the last time and how the profits on the low end he was sending whispered to her something that upset her that he told her that he would pass away in this day, and how we whispered to her again, and they brought her joy and happiness that, that she would be the first of
those to join him some allies. And it said within five or six months after the death of littles law soboba what he was sending his beloved as the hora returned to him, in general to Fidel's law, join us with them along with me.
The next question that I see is what happened to Fatima? Are they along with her during the rashes and
so we find that popping out of your mouth
was, of course respected and loved and elevated. She didn't outlive Abu Bakar with your loved one and Rose forever. And therefore, you will find that there are certain sects within Islam who tried to demean the persona of the great and noble Sahaba of the prophets of Allah who it will sell them. And of course, this is not becoming any of those who were trained by the Rasul Salalah alayhi wa sallam. One of the issues that is of contention is that faulty men believe that there was an estate a piece of land that was owned by the prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, that it should be her inheritance as his surviving child. And Abu Bakar on the above line, was one of those who students
said No, in fact, the prophets I send them in the famous Hadith, he said, in the Gambia, LMU, where we Sudhi now when they will have a, that the messengers of God do not leave behind any inheritance, in bitter in forms of wealth, what they leave behind in them, what they leave behind is knowledge and the practice of faith. And the piece of land, therefore became the property of the Muslim oma and not comfortable with your loved one. And that was a moment of dispute that was had between Fourth Amendment was a very transparent process. And that was the judgment that was given by Mr. Buck. And the rest of us will have in the presence of any of the above.
The next question that I see is, how do we as daughters, as daughters, strengthen our relationships with our topics? So you got to jump right into it? So Pamela, and obviously, there's a different cultural perspectives on that. But, you know,
a duty of service is always something that is
the ideal of how we serve our parents. It has to be not just because they deserve it, or they, you know, they, they did really well when I was young, so I have to repay them for that. The hindrance, of course, is not everybody had parents who were, who were the best of examples. So that shouldn't deter you from the service of your father, your mother, and you might have seen something from your father in how he treated a family member that you didn't like and it kind of made you feel there was toxicity in the home or he wasn't always the best or he wasn't always available.
That should not be the test of whether I should be dutiful or not, or whether I should
show him greater love and respect and try to approach and build a relationship with him. In fact, you should try to start it, if it hasn't already happened organically in your young years. And of course, the fault is not a new as the daughter, and it's not only on him as the Father. But as you mature, you begin to understand your obligation to Allah at times extends past some of the emotions that we have repressed or that we have resentment towards others, sometimes a sense of duty, even when it is difficult could be one of the most liberating and freeing experiences that you have, because you choose to overcome something that has happened in the past. And I choose to take power
over the situation, not to be held hostage to a pass now almost denigrate ease and comfort, and allow us to be equitable in our relationship with others.
And the final question is, sometimes your parents make comments that you find hurtful, ie or wait to have you do this. So Pamela, with any irrespective of who we have to look at it in, in three different ways. So the first way is,
leaving the emotion out of it, is what they're saying. Being said, because there is some justification for it. So kind of a lot I, you know, in, in, in many years, I was heavily overweight, and
it would be painful to hear it. But you know, if it was said to you, but it was that the reality. And perhaps the way it's expressed should not be expressed and should not be said. But is that a reality? And is that something that I need to take care of? So that's a mature conversation. The second is to understand that certain people grew up in particular areas of particular times with the filters of political correctness of these kind of things were not present. And they might say something and it's it's not meant to be demeaning in the way that we hear it. It is meant they think, to be motivated, so that Allah you know, what's wrong with you? Are you stupid? Can you do
better in your studies? Now, you know, it's demeaning, but at the same time, it's, it's coming from a place where they were trying to motivate, it's not right. But it there's a, there's a history and a rationale that can that can give us an understanding of how it's being said. And the third is, do what you got to do and live the way you want to live that is pleasing to Allah and acceptance to the son of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and people are gonna say many things in life, if you keep pausing and looking if you keep getting, you know, if you keep letting it enter straight into your heart without the filters of protection that has been afforded to us by a law and resiliency is
going to put us in a in a in a in a difficult place. So have confidence in yourself. Perhaps this is something that you need to improve in. But there's 1020 100 other things that you have so much pride that you can claim through. So don't ever focus on that one dark spot in a picture when there's the whole sun is shining and other places of the portraiture of your life. May Allah Subhana Allah grant all of us ease and comfort Allah Ameen. Thank you for hosting me for these few minutes and I pray that Allah Subhana Allah accepted from all of us so Pamela will be having a question when there
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