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The importance of reciting the Quran is emphasized, along with the proper etiquette for reciting it. The use of "arrogant and motor never stop" in the Bible is emphasized, along with the importance of reading the Bible and staying at home to focus on the book. The history of Islam is discussed, including its use of "has" meaning in actions and words, the "has" meaning in actions and actions, and the "has" meaning in actions and actions. The "has" meaning in actions and actions, and the "has" meaning in actions and actions.

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As Salam rahmatullah wa barakato

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Alhamdulillah Allah Amin so Allah wa salam Bara kind of era Muhammad and while earlier Sahil salaam to Sleeman Kathira to mama God, welcome to seal classes in what you're going to be discussing shallow to Allah from Kitab

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matassa Casa de Kodama the etiquette of reciting the Quran first lymphie dabit tilava We've already started about the etiquette of the dive into the virtue of reading the Quran. What do you get when you connect with the Quran and make that your companion in this dunya and in the afternoon, and now inshallah we'll come right now to the etiquettes and the other of those who recite the Quran what should you observe? When you decide the book of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada Bismillah

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Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah Hassan Allahu alayhi wa sallam. Imam. Rahim Allah writes section two the etiquette of recitation. The recited poetry of the Quran should be in a state of ritual purity model and observe proper conduct

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he should read with his head down not sitting cross legged, reclining or in a posture of arrogant with a lot of blood I mean so low so I when I'm having an event, what's the meaning of what he says over it? He says that young basilica Al Quran the result of the Quran should be instead of ritual purity we'll do the Arabic text actually says over here Musa Millan lil using the best etiquette observe the proper etiquette for adapt when it comes to reading the Quran. He didn't mention that in details, because there are other books, there are many other books are they actually specialized for that like to be confused with the Quran? Those who would like to be recitals or have the Quran there

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is a whole list of adequate adequate for them. So those who would like to have the extension of that look into the other books that speaks about the etiquette of reciting the Quran, or being half of the Quran. Some other meaning to this as well, is that knowing that making although to recite the Quran, is it considered obligatory? Or is it considered other than etiquette for reciting the Quran. So the Sahaba actually, it's not obligatory to help although when you recite the Quran, but definitely it is highly recommended that you have the other of taharah Amin in heaven, although whenever you read the book of Allah subhanho wa taala. So the first thing he says, like make sure

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that you always be on a set of taharah especially when it comes to the subject of although you better have although when you reserve the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala and then observe the other of the reciting of the Quran. Some of the others that will not mention over here, like facing the Qibla. For instance, if a man or woman dressed properly for that, although it's not mandatory for women to cover her head when she actually said in the Quran, but one of the Arab as well to do so. And for a man say the same thing if you cover your head out of humbleness, humility, as well too, but not mandatory. So there is specific Devon etiquette that they speak about, not as an as a

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mandatory etiquette. But definitely the more you observe of this etiquette, the more you're conscious of the value of the words of ALLAH SubhanA wa Atana. As you decide these words, he should read with his head down. That's also another etiquette another recommendation. What does that mean when read the Quran, I mean, I observed some people sometimes when they read the Quran, they'll be looking around all over the place to the right to the left and kind of like keep observing or looking around. And it's better for you to hold the most have the book of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tiana and keep looking into the Messiah. And even if you're reciting from your memorization, as if you're in

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Salah, when you look down into your sage that position, so that's what he means by that showing humbleness, humility as you recite the words of ALLAH SubhanA wa taala. In regards to the sitting position over here, the Arabic word says a viral mudra bear. Now tarbiyah is like sitting cross legged? Is that something an old time or that's something cultural to maybe their, their time or their

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observation of the other of their time? So Allahu Taala it seems that there was a specific circumstances that needed to be brought up in that discussion. So say don't sit cross legged. So then this case, how do I sit down then if you're not going to sit cross legged? How do you sit down to recite the Quran angioma

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Tashahhud position. Why?

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Because you can't fall asleep like that.

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But if you're sitting cross legged, you're very comfortable. And it's that doesn't love. So basically the way they say to sit that like that, because that's the job of seeking knowledge. When Gibreel came to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, in the famous Hadith in the form of a human being to teach you about Islam, he sat in front of him, like he said, For the shepherd part. So that's the same thing so that you don't sit cross legged. However, again, it's not a mandatory thing. Also age appropriate for some, you know, sitting down and the short position it's so hard for those who have issues with their knees, for instance, or they have muscle cramps and so on. So whatever is makes it

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convenient for them to sit down, but reclining that everybody agree that this is actually done

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delicate with come to read in the book of Allah subhanho wa taala. Like what? You reclining on your side, for example and reciting on that position. However, however, are you allowed to read the Quran? If you for example, let's say laying in bed, for instance, or resting your back on the ground? Are you allowed to recite Quran? The answer is yes. The answer is of course, yes, Allah subhanaw commended when he spoke about the believer, they said what the AMA code and voila, you know been that they decided standing and sitting down and also on their side as well too. But part of the other is to have all the kind of focus on the words of Allah subhanho wa Taala also says are in a

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posture of the arrogant and motor kabillion. How to number 2 billion sit down with Mr. Different positions depends and it culturally also changes. Some people they think that when you sit down and you have a leg over another, of course you only like it's a position of arrogance. Others they say that when you recline, putting one arm on the ground and the other one is on your knee. That's a sign of arrogance as well too. So it really depends. It's a cultural way of looking at it how offensive that position is. But overall the whole idea is that when it is inside the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala keep full consciousness of the etiquette and the other and the respect for the

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words of ALLAH soja. Now,

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the best conduct would be to read while standing in prayer in the masjid. Why is that? He's, he's actually using the words of Allah subhanaw taala Dena, Quran Allah, those who remember Allah Azza del Carmen, walk or Odin were Allah Ginobili. So Allah Subhan said that those who remember Allah subhanho wa taala, standing, sitting down or laying on their sides. So he says if ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala began by saying standing is the best position for the vicar and the best position for reciting the Quran. So what does that mean then when you say standing up over here is it means that if I want to recite the Quran, and the masjid just hold the most haven't kept standing, that's not what they

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mean what I mean by that in Salah

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in Salah, that's what it means. So you recited the Quran and Salah while standing for 200 for example, or even for Neville is more virtuous than the sound of the Quran in that same Salah while you're sitting there because you want to rest and you have have the Agile proudly for stand from standing in terms of your award for the Salah. So therefore it says that while standing meaning in Salah, not outside of the Salah, but outside of the Salah in whichever position that makes it convenient and makes you focus on the reciting of the Quran. You should be okay now, one more thing, in regard to saying in the masjid is reciting the Quran at home better or in the majority Ma.

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Now share for him Allah to hear he says in the masjid. But what do we know from the practice of the prophets of Allah Salah what Salah is better for you the one who pray at home or in the masjid? Except for the obvious which one is better for you? The one who pray at home. So I would say no, you need to decide at home more than you start in the masjid. And don't make your homes graveyards meaning that you don't decide the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala you only decide to Quran at home in the masjid. No, I would say have more time to recite the Quran and the house inshallah baraka and imagine but if somebody says, Well, I can't really focus at home because kids are there distractions

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here and there. I had to come to the masjid to decide May Allah accept from you that should be fine, but dedicate some time exclusively for your house to decide the book of Allah subhanaw taala now

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with respect to how much one should read the habits of the predecessors very some of them completed the entire Quran once every day some more than once, and others completed in three days. Some completed once every week and others once every month as they were busy with contemplation spreading knowledge or teaching it worship other than reciting or some worldly affair. So what he's saying here, Rahim Allah and regards to how much should you dedicate from your day and your night and your time to the research of Allah subhanho wa Taala so it looks a seller for him Allah had different habits. People have different capacities, different schedules, different energy and so on. Some said

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he said they said of the Quran every day in every 24 hours difference one hotma can you guys do that? Even if you are mashallah and need the most proficient every citation, can you do that in one and 24 hours? For how many days if you can, how many they are going to be able to do that. So it's really hard to to accomplish this. Even though the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is what is the bare minimum what is the best minimum to recite the Quran, Kojima three days and three nights he gave that advice to Abdullah and I'm not gonna ask or the Allah to animada because Abdullah used to do that every single day. And the professor says you can't do this without a Salah and he said do

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it in one month. They will hurt me every month. Because there are so I can do better than that. Because fine, do it in seven days. Because you're a solo I can do better than that. He says Then do it every three days. Because there are so I can do better than that because there's nothing better than this tomorrow

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Officers have said nothing better than this. Which means if you do it less than three days you're not going to be the sound of the Quran properly, you're gonna just gonna skipping and probably making mistakes and errors and so forth. So it's better if you want to do less to three days however, then we got to the other examples I mentioned over here such as saying some people they finish it

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like what's gonna come later say the some of the other man they did actually 60 hokhmah and Ramadan Finsen that's a different thing because the the time is different. The virtue of Ramadan is different, should dedicate more time for the Quran, but overall, make sure that you you give yourself also the time to reflect on the plan as well. Like he says at the end, as well sterile and butterbur. You should also take some time to reflect on what you're reciting what you're learning. And also what you learn teach that will be naturally the words you learn from the Quran. Teach that if you can, and also you could you could start making other Ibadan besides dedicate all your time

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just for the Quran, diversify your Avada sometimes you do Salah sometimes you do Satish of the Quran, sometimes you recite from from your memory sometimes you go back to the must have diversified the Ibadan God I'll be ready Monica Saba dunya last thing he said, as well as some worldly affair. What does that mean? means don't let the Quran or engagement of the Quran recited the Quran and studying the Quran

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takes you away from observing your duties towards yourself and your family.

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So if you're going to be spending all your time just reading the Quran, and you're going to end up begging people to survive, that's not good. So it shouldn't be taken you away from observing the hukou of the bad that you have towards your family towards your body as well. Now

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this way of reciting the Quran is that which does not hinder one from his important test does not cause him physical harm and does not hinder him from distinctive recitation in contemplation. So he summarize what he mentioned around these three things. He says the best way to recite the Quran, like when it comes to how many days how many hours, how many months, how many weeks how many Jews, because there is no standard for this, the best way to do that, the best way to the is the one that would not hinder you from doing your important tasks, which means taking care of your your worldly affairs, earning you for living and hamdulillah providing for your family and for yourself and keep

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yourself healthy. Also, not to cause you to fatigue, when you start getting you know, ill and sick. Like some people, they would like to do 200 Every single night and decide maybe half of the Quran every single night, and then what's gonna happen to them get weaker and start getting sick. So physically speaking, they're now getting weaker and weaker, or so that they would also would cause them when they recite, they don't pay attention to how they recite it and what they're getting out of it does have the understanding of the recitation. So remember, if you're gonna recite the Quran, observe these three things. Your worldly affairs needs to be taken care of, physically to stay

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healthy, and it's taken some time to understand what you're what you're reciting and how you're reciting it now.

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Then a basketball young woman said I would rather recite through sweat, Bacara and Allium run leisurely with contemplation and read the entire Quran swiftly through. So what does that exactly mean here? Is it better for me to recite Surah Cole who Allahu Ahad 10 times reflecting on it, and try to understand the meaning of it and the deep understanding and spirituality that comes with Serato Allah had, is it better for me to do that, or recite 10 Jews? And the same time for example? So that's what he's saying. Okay, so he says, I'd rather recite Surah Al Baqarah. And Allah Imran, that's how many digits? How many is that? About three G's and plus, right, so forth. So I'd rather

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actually recite Alba Quran, Allah Imran with the Buddha and difficult and 13 means slowly focusing on the resuscitation profession, the pronouncement over a citation and understanding the means that comes from the source, rather than just going through the entire Quran swiftly through in the Arabic language called huduma. Which means has the share is like an essay saying it's so quickly that you can't even make the words right anymore. So that's not ideal. And you see sometimes people actually they do that. But for those who memorize the Quran, for the purpose of retaining the memorization, it is okay for them to recite quickly. It's okay to recite with the because you need to go to you

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can't you have to, for example, review five just every single day. So you do it so quickly in order for you to retain the memorization, but when it comes to the recitation of the double until Antifa code it has to be with 30 which means when you want to reflect you need to recite slowly in order for you to be able to focus on the on the words now. However, if there are days when one has a lot of time, you should take the opportunity to read a lot of our ends so as to earn a lot of reward. To lead us man which would read the entire orient in a single prayer. You'd end up with a chef he completed the entire bar and 60 times in Ramadan by the way

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This story is about finishing sixth the Hitman Ramadan and these things and so forth. And some of them they, they kind of like doubt the numbers in terms of saying they don't mean necessarily 60 which means six zero, but they will be proud of maybe a lot just like an Arabic when say seven it means a lot. So it means actually a lot. Other Allama say no, actually they did 60 hokhmah in Ramadan. But in this case, what does that mean? How many times a day is your ma?

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How many times a day you do it 200 miles a day, right? You didn't do what matters if you're lucky that I'm Madonna was 30 days. For 29 days you're in trouble. Right? So 200 miles a day and if you took out my day, how long are you going to be awake to be able to do that? Let's say you sleep five hours only not even eight hours sleep just five hours we have 19 hours to finish the Quran twice.

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Take out some time to use the bathroom to make wudu to do you have to promise or assurance and all that kind of stuff. How much time is left then?

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What else are you doing besides just the Quran? Is that even Is there a virtue in doing that in Ramadan? That's what the lemma they come up to to discuss this man. He said, Look, Ramadan is a special time.

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That format of recitation shouldn't be done outside of Ramadan. Like they say No, you shouldn't be doing this outside of Ramadan. But for Ramadan, it's okay if you dedicate all your day and all day not just for the Quran, because that's what Ramadan especially is for to dedicate your time for the Quran. So is it possible to do 60 hokhmah in Ramadan? Allah Allah and it's gonna be possible. I'm really curious to see mama Sheva Rahim. Allah dropil In dinars, how did you do that? But definitely, it is possible if people dedicate their time for it Subhanallah only for that. May Allah bless the NARA Bananaman. So but again, is it better for you to recite or to understand So Imam Kodama

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rahamallah, he says, he chooses this verse says, Look, if you have some extra time, then you better dedicate that to read. So you can take the virtue of it. Because it's easier for you to decide that may be taken time try to understand reflect. And you don't you're not gonna go over so much of the ayat so at least it says read the Quran more often now. But as far as routine goes, one should do what can what he can is precede it. Now. So what he explained earlier, basically, you can do one

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every three nights, one week, one month depends now.

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Some of them recommended contemplating the recital in two units the morning prayer at first or after them for those who finished the Quran in the daytime. And in the two units of the sunset prayer and Magro are after them for those who finish finish it in the nighttime. They prefer this so that one could face the new day or the new nine with the content with the completion of the origin. What do you guys understand from this? What is he talking about when

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he's speaking about what his time what is his time so special about it?

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He thinks everybody's fun, like organic look in their time.

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He's speaking about those or her father and if you're going to be finishing your citation, you do get in Salah all the time, whenever you start to sound familiar, start the surah before. So he says if you're going to be finishing You better finish at such a time. Finish it yourself. Finish it in your Salah at Vegeta. And at night there are Maghreb time he's expecting or at least he's speaking to people who assume that they're all a father. And that was the culture back then by the way hamdulillah in our time, Mashallah. We have increased number of preferred in our time handler grammar. But there was a time when having a half of them the entire village was was something like

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it was a big deal. Like I remember my father used to talk to us Hanalei, but they entire from Ramallah area. And our village and Philistine was one of the largest village around Ramallah. So therefore, they were lucky to have one or two people from that village to study in Alaska and Egypt. So whenever people talk, Chef Khalil and Chef Milan the names are very famous, because they're like, they have a chef and their village. What does that mean? they memorize the Quran, they started Sharia, they went to other and so it's like a big big deal. handle a lot of I mean in our time, mashallah a lot of people they go study and they learn and not just waiting for someone to study for

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on their behalf, though everybody has participation during the dinner of Allah subhanaw taala like it used to be before the whole idea of studying the deen of Allah subhana wa Tada is not something that you dedicate only to the masjid. Even in the household. Mothers teach the children when they were young kids they memorize at a very young age, almost everybody participates in the memorization of the Quran. So the numbers are followed many. And here we have he's saying like, Look, if you're going to be finishing your health or your recitation of the Quran, do that. Fajr so in this case, your day starts at hamdulillah with Hutton and if not then at McGraw so that you're not start with

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him as well too. May Allah subhanaw taala bless us with all this in our committee or banana now.

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Even Masuda Lian who said for the

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also for him who completes Hutton the Quran there's an invocation that is answered.

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When God when Israel yawn who would complete the Quran he would assemble his family and invoke Allah. So those things right now part of the etiquette he says, Look, when it comes to a complaint, the Quran is there any specific ceremonial, let's say thing to do at home? Is there a virtue of making dua after huddling with the Quran, the virtue here is not exclusively just for hunting with the Quran. It's because you have completed a guy rather than every time you complete a good rebirth or something of course of good deeds, I mean, you make dua to Allah subhana wa Taala to accept and of course to seek baraka from that event that you finished. Therefore, when you finish Hajj, ALLAH

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SubhanA comesa believer to do and in much al haram with Kula, remember Allah subhanho wa Taala when you finish your Salah, we use the spear and you do as calendar as well too. So after every event that is virtuous thing that you do, it is good to seek ALLAH subhanaw taala as blessing to your DUA. So he says, If you complete the hum of the Quran, then make dua make dua for yourself, for your family and so on. That's a bit much those words. And as the Allah Donalda was known for something different, every time he finishes a hokhmah, he calls upon all his household members of his household, all of them men, women and children, they bring them on. And he says make a dua with them

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and they make me

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and by the way, Anna's Rajala turn Wardha he had so many children have an offspring, because when the Prophet said Allah Selim during the time of the Prophet sallahu wa sallam, the mother of Anna's came to the Prophet Saracen, Kala Gera Sorolla anise, cardamom, odo, Allah, Allah, Ya Allah, a year or so Allah, your servant, and as Could you please make dua for him. That's her son. So the Prophet said I certainly made him especially dua, he asked Allah subhana wa Tada to give him a long life and give him so many children offspring. So he was among the Sahaba, who died last night he wanted to live the longest among the Sahaba della Terra, Madonna, the last one but at least of the last one,

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he passed 100 They say in his age almost. And he he buried during his lifetime he had buried or attended at least the burial of at least 100 of his offspring, meaning children, grandchildren and so on. Now you can imagine mashallah the clan of Anasazi Lata anois whenever he asked for his family to come to make dua to Baraka Rahman there's mashallah so much Baraka in making the DUA May Allah subhana wa Taala except for myself, but I mean and give us the ability to meet to be the companions of the Quran there and Nigera banana, wala Han will stop here inshallah Tada and we move to the book of Raja.

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Salam Alaikum Tala hamdulillah Bhullar Amin said Allah wa salam ala cannabinol Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa salam, the Sleeman Kathira mama bad. So tonight inshallah dalla in the book of Raja Rahim Allah Tala, we have one of the shortest or Hadith that will be covered in this book. And as you can see, it's barely actually one and a half lines in Arabic text. And that's headed Abu Huraira the ultra nwaba and Rajon pilot Nabi SallAllahu, wasallam al Sunni. A man came to the Prophet sallahu wa salam and said, O Messenger of Allah advised me, give me an advice for Karla Salalah Assembla ABAB. He says, Do not become angry, don't get angry, for rather than the Aurora. The man

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keep asking the prophets of Allah salam ala Rasulillah I will say give me an advice. And the Prophet keeps saying, Don't get angry. Don't get angry. Every time the man asked, the Prophet says Don't get angry. It seems that the man, the man didn't think that this advice was sufficient. He didn't think that this advice is as valuable as he might think it should be. So that's why he keeps insisting jasola As if he was saying give me something else. What else like I got that one. But what else out of Salah. So the prophets Allah said I'm insisting on telling him, don't become angry, don't get angry, was telling him and give him the lesson that this is the one that you need the most.

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This is the advice that you need the most lotta lotta tadoba haridra who al Bukhari so we're going to learn a few things about this Inshallah, to Allah, Hadith in itself. A word of the law narrated that a man said to the Prophet selasa advised me, he said do not become angry and repeated repeated several times saying the same thing. You

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Do not become angry, and he repeated several times. And the words keep saying do not become angry until the amount of course comprehended. This is the advice the professor was given, was given him. If you look into the Book or shallow data on the page, page 230 233 There are multiple iterations for the Hadith, multiple versions of the hadith of this narration. The man who came to the Prophet Sal of assignment says Carla Rasul Allah, I live near che and while I took the rally, he said, O Messenger of Allah teach me something but not too much for me, but give me something I learned from you but I don't want something too much that I can handle. And the Prophet told them that don't get

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angry. Another NARRATION The Prophets Allah Sam was asked ya rasool Allah Dulany Allah I'm telling you the hidden ill Jenna your Allah lead me to something or teach me something that will get me into Jannah what I took that Allah and don't make it too much for me. So the professor's again laptop so they will aerations now those generations the man was asking about something to bring him to Jana, something that is considered profound knowledge. So that hadith, those words, a lot of them do not become annual Don't get angry. It's considered profound knowledge based on this narration, and it's considered a path that would lead to Jannah what does it mean? Let's hear in Schelotto Baraka

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Wattana Salat, wa salam ala Rasulillah. Salam, Salam.

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This man asked the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to advise him with a comprehensive and concise advice containing all the elements of goods so that he could memorize it for from him for fear that you would not remember if it was too much. And the method in the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam advised him not to become angry. Then he repeated this question several times. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam repeated this answer, which shows the anger comprises many evils and like guarding against it comprises many good things. That last line probably is one of the most important profound law that you need to understand from this from this

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hadith is what he says Rahim Allah Tala, that's remember Raja Rahim Allah and explanation because we understand from this, the prophet insisting you keep saying to that to him, don't get angry, don't get angry when the man was asked about a profound knowledge was asked about a path or Jana, the prophet keep telling him Do not get angry. He goes that means anger comprises many evils, many evils, and definitely guarding yourself against against it comprise also of many good things. So your two things to do over here. Protect yourself from getting angry, obviously. And if it ever happens, then in this case, how can you use that energy in a positive way? And that's what the Imam

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agarose Rahim Allah is going to explain. Now keep going. It is likely that this man who asked the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam was a Buddha.

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Because it's narrated from a hadith of Buddha, he said, I said messenger of Allah show me an action that will enter me into the garden. He said do not become angry in the garden is yours. Now in terms of who was the man that will ask the prophets of this question. Remember Raja Rahim? Allah Allah Allah He brought few nourishes the first generation, it's mentioned that it was actually about dada. Another compound. The Prophet SAW Allah Sama, which was mentioned earlier, the second one, it says that he was actually geria Ibnu. Kodama geria, even though Kodama was the one who asked the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam this question, there was another also narration you could see it in the

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middle of the page. It was actually by Imam Muhammad Rahim Allah Allah, a man among the companions, which was not mentioned by name, so we don't know exactly the name. And then there's another narration, there was Abdullah number on the mouse. So there are multiple actually narrations of where it could be our data. It could be Jarier. Abner Kodama. It could be.

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Abdullah and I'm not gonna ask for the Allah to Nevada, or at least what we know is it is one of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam who asked this question. Now when it says these names it means someone who's known to us. And someone who is known to us. It's not someone from the desert who came asking the Prophet sallallahu Sallam a random question that no one would know his name. So someone who was known to ask from the Sahaba Radi Allahu Allahu wa salam. Now let's move on.

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Imam fn narrated a hadith of Abdullah

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that he asked the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam o que me far away from the Wrath of Allah, He said, Do not become angry. The saying of the companion I reflected when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, said when he said and found the anger comprises all evil testifies to what we have mentioned that anger comprises all evil. Jafar ibn Muhammad said anger is the key to every evil someone said to even as Mubarak bring together good character for in for us in one faith. He said giving up anger. So if you look at this right now, what is this the summary of what good character is? Like literally when the Prophet sallahu wa sallam he said that the word I think that brings you

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closer to me in Jana is husband Hello, good character. And the prophets hasn't been been described. Kind of halacha Nikolina corral

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Hello can assume you are on a high standard of character. So what summarizes having good character, this would summarize over here, meaning a lot of you don't get angry easily, you're very forgiving, you're very tolerant, you're very composed you very actually hold on to yourself, you know, you're not like everybody else who just get angry for no reason. This is a very important statement over here Gemma because we're going to see later as he speaks, Inshallah, that anger can cause so much damage into someone's life. It could, it could lead people to to unfortunately to Audible or q4 they speak words that couldn't cover it could lead the the person to prison could cause a person to

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destroy the life meaning they throw their marriage destroy their job, like so much because a person could not hold themselves and allow themselves to get angry and cross the lines with other people. So, this is why he says look, you have to understand Allah Jima Asha, it comprises all types of evil it could lead to all types of evil. Therefore, holding yourself back from getting angry holds all gates of higher for you. Also containing yourself and curtail your anger that means that you are on a high standard of character

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you want to have the good hello hello and good manners then

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do not allow yourself to get angry that's what he means by that so let's move on to the end of the page.

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It was in this way that is half even let's go to the next page. Okay, the third mode

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well Kelly mean if you look at this project to hear his words to the one who sought advice

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good is where it's a lot harder yourself to the one who said advice for him Do not become angry contains two matters. So Ron right now in my project, he's gonna explain what's the meaning the true meaning of the word love adopt, don't get angry, he gets that two possible meanings for this. What are these possible meanings number one, verse that what he meant was to command the means which bring about good qualities of character, such as nobility, liberal generosity, forbearance, modesty, humility, patient, endurance, withholding harm from others, turning away from others wrongs towards one part ending others swallowing one's rage, cheerfulness and joy and so on, of the beautiful

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qualities of character, when a person takes on these qualities of character, and they become and they become customary for him unnecessary, unnecessarily, unnecessarily follows that will that will, that it will repel anger when the things which cause it arise. So what it says here, the first meaning of law, he says that this is now like a pre emptive, you know, kind of measure Latta, that means you need to make sure that you acquire all the qualities that will make it easy for you to repel any opportunity or any chance for getting angry. What are these opportunities? What are these actually qualities, they mentioned a whole list of all these qualities. Of course, this is just the

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list of it, obviously. So it says personal conduct means good character, being generous being forbearance, you know, having shyness and humbleness and humility and stay away from from people don't seek retaliation, control your anger, always being cheerful, like being positive at all time, it goes a lot about meaning being positive, before giving, move on the optimistic overlook people's mistakes, like acquired the good luck and good manners. That's the first thing the second meaning.

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Second, means that you should not act in accordance with anger when it happens. But rather you should struggle with yourself to give up putting into putting it into effect and acting by what it commands. So this is basically after the fact right now. So the meaning of law, which means if you got angry, don't use this energy right now in a negative words. Do not allow yourself to use that energy in a negative way. Such as you know, cursing, cursing, hurting others and saying things and so on, do not allow yourself to use that energy in a negative way. That's the meaning of this. The second the second statement, now keep going. Because when anger takes control of the son of Adam, it

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is as it were a commander in a prohibited media, your anger becomes a commander of you. And by the way, that's a very common thing and communication. What do they say? When you're angry? And so when you're angry, you lose control. And if someone provokes you to get angry, they took control of you.

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Because when someone is provoking is a good angry, what is the exactly they're attempting to the What What's the objective over here to get you angry, and once you get angry, what happens? You lose control.

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Once you get angry

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You don't you don't think straight anymore, you lose control. And that's the objective of others. And so it says over here, once you become angry, anger becomes an anchor and now it becomes your commander tells you what to do what not to do. So what happens is there's lots of that now, it is in this sense that Allah azza wa jal says, When I'm second Musella boo, when mooses anger abated, by the way, the Arabic texts are different and translation, because of the Arabic texts sequitur and moose Allah, Allah. So Allah is what over here is the object of this, actually the subject of the sentence, meaning Allah subhanaw taala and this is the Arabic text treated the other as an

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independent personality, a person, like to the other spoke about the verb as if it said, a separate person. So it says, Well, I'm Maseca Damodar, most of us don't have a barrier, which means the verb is now left Musa became quiet, meaning what Musa was acting upon this verb, he's taken command from this other thing called anger, right? But when that person went quiet, then Musa was able to command himself right now. So the IR speaks about the verb as if it's a whole different person that is actually commanded to do things. So when it goes quiet, you will be able to command yourself.

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When When man does not put into effort, what his anger commands him to do, and he struggles with himself over that, when the evil when the evil inherent in anger is repelled from him, and mostly, his anger will still itself and quickly go, so that so that it is at that time as if he had not become angry. It is in this sense which the noble Qur'an indicates in His Word words as describing the people of Taqwa we them Willy woo whom you're following smile, look at this, I have Yajima how Allah subhanaw describing the people of Taqwa well, either Malibu, home your children. Now here, ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala gave the command to them.

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He said, The righteous ones do not allow anger to control them. Know if they get angry, they forgive, which means they don't allow anger to control them. Because we know once you become angry for us the angles and control you can do, you cannot do much really. But here Allah subhanho says we're either Madiba who may have flown when they get and when they become angry, they forgive. So that's one of the qualities of the most vile such as a man today in our time. Obviously, being a forgiving person is taken as a weak sign of weakness, unfortunately, but it's not a sign of weakness, especially if you had the opportunity to retaliate. If you have the power, if you have the

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energy, and the capability of take of retaliating and taking your hat back, then forgiving becomes a virtue. But if you don't have that, though, now there is no virtue in forgiving because you can't you have no other option anyway. So here Allah says way Dhamma hell they will because they're in control. When they get angry. They still forgive, which we didn't control. They don't allow anger to control them. So if you want to be among those who are righteous, what do you need to do when you get angry with your mom?

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Control your anger, dollar controlling, which is the meaning of the next aisle?

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Well, Kelly mean, Leila fina Nasrallah here have been Marcin, and those who swallow the rage and pardon people. Allah loves the doers of good. This is sort of Allah Imran ALLAH SubhanA wa Daraa speaking to us about the three stages of controlling yourself. How do you do that? Number one, he says called wildcard demeanor.

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Which means those who swallow the rage and control their anger while laughing and those who forgive and pardon people. Wala who your herbal mursaleen and Allah loves those who do better than that. What does that mean? This speaks of our three levels. Number one, the first level I'll call the middle, right? This is called Mother Pharaoh. You know, when someone hurts you, someone says something or does something to you that makes you feel upset and angry with them. And you still forgive them. And you're not going to pursue punishment. That's called customer loyalty. This is when you cover like, constraint yourself and held yourself back from taking advantage taking action

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retaliation, that's called Murphy's law right now, I forgive you. However, if I forgive you, doesn't mean I'm gonna let go from my heart. I'm gonna remove the grudge from my heart. Not necessarily, I forgive you, but next time I'm gonna see you I'm gonna just like, get upset. But I'm not gonna, I'm not gonna do anything to you. Because I forgive you. That doesn't mean I'm not gonna hold grudge against you. The second level which is better than that, is to forgive and forget. That's what Allah says, Well, I feed on a nasty part on the people to me to forgive and forget. So yeah, I forgive you and I just got to get out of my heart. Now that itself is very difficult to accomplish. Because how

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can you forgive someone like this when they wronged you badly and you have the chance to retaliate? But you chose not to. So that in itself is so so difficult to accomplish over here, but Allah subhana praise these peoples as well.

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If you didn't just forgive them, they also pardon them, which means they remove that, that grudge from their heart. And they say usually that holding grudge is like a poison. You drinking poison, hoping for the other party to die. Which is why they say forgiveness is its own reward. Just like holding a grudge is actually its own punishment. Because if you hold grudge against anybody what happens to your life? You live by that grudge. All your actions dictated by the grudge you have against these people. You can't enjoy a moment of your life without thinking what they're going to say. Are they going to see it? What if they hear about it? Who cares? I don't care what the hell

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what what is what I have about these issues? Take it out of your heart and move on but sincerely and genuinely you forgive them and you move on for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala now, is there any level higher than that and better than this, Gemma? Yes, that's what the meaning of Allah we have been my sin Allah loves those are my sins those who do best. What is better than forgiveness and pardoning people for manufacture? An alpha, what's the highest level and what does it call? Anyone knows?

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It's a sample what is that level of Ehsaan in terms of forgiveness, so we have marked Veera, we have apple and there's another level that's the highest level of forgiveness.

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first for herself, hell jahmene. Allah said to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, when you forgive with beautiful suffer with absolutely beautiful suffer, what does it mean here? You know, when someone wrongs you, and you forgive them, if someone wrongs you, and you hold your yourself and you did not show your anger, you control your anger, you forgave them, right? And they know that they wronged you. Every time they see you, they feel remorseful and they feel awkward looking at you and seeing you every time they do that. So how the soft work over here is that you are going out of your way to make them feel better and not make them feel awkward. Like welcoming them being kind to them, doing

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good deeds with them. You don't have to do that though. But that's what Allah subhanho wa Taala asks of you if you'd like to highest level of ruin. I'm robbing us of a lot and

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he fought against the Prophet Salah Salem, in better in Ohio in our hands up even today via he was against the professor's I'm coming into the city of Mecca that time. But when he became Muslim, radula Nevada, he said that I never I was never able. He was he said before I became Muslim, the Prophet Muhammad Hassan was the most detestable person to me on earth. I couldn't stand it. Because after I became Muslim, he was the most beloved to me. However, he says, I never did look at him.

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I never did look at him, because if you asked me to describe him, I probably would fail to describe them to you. Because I was never I never had I never filled my eyes. Look at the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam on that kind of awkwardness. Like, you know, when I look I remember what I've done to him what have caused him and it feels so awkward about it. So that's Palla at that level. So this is teaching us the three level of forgiveness which will never mention one single answer to Darwin as Allah subhanaw taala says

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when tafel waters for whatever fuel and if you tap water salt for the three levels mentioned the same higher Dafoe allow for you to forgive and test for a sub halogen meal that's the highest level of forgiveness. So it's not mandatory that you do that. But definitely it's highly recommended that you practice this now. Now before we continue if you see shown on the margin here on the screen, the we're going to have five points mentioned here in the book in which Elena garage Abraham Allah Tala answers the question, how to drive your anger away, like how to protect yourself from the anger. So I mentioned five things over here. Number one, seek refuge with Allah subhanho wa Taala by saying is

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the IDA read what it says the Prophet used to order.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to order someone who became angry to practice the means which would drive away his anger and make it still he prays whoever keeps control of himself when he is angry. There is in the two scifi books from Sulaiman even thought that he said two men abused each other in the presence of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa. They were kind of like cursing at each other probably. Now, while we were while we were sitting with him.

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One of them would abuse the other being so enraged that His face had read and so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I know a phrase if he said it, what he experiences of anger would leave him. If you were to say, I wouldn't believe him in a che Atlanta regime. I seek refuge with Allah from the curse JSON. They said to the man, do you not hear what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, He said, I am not mad or possessed by a jinn what the English translation actually doesn't give it give a Tatianna because the Arabic texts when they went to the man who was really turning red like he's about to explode right now. So they told him what the Prophet saw some

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suggested for him to say, what did he say he said to Ron image Noonan

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I think I'm crazy with something

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here and saying I'm not mad, it's actually tone it down completely. But the Arabic text actually he was enraged that even when he was brought an advice to him, he rejected it. Now, in a moment like this, it could come tantamount to the level of Kufa or the villa rejecting the Prophet sallallahu Sallam journey, advice and Messiah. But in this position, this man was instead of what, what they called an Arabic language is allowed, meaning he was so angry, he was so upset that his mind shut down. His reasoning shut down completely, you couldn't really focus at all. And the loss of Hannah with Allah created us with this capacity, we have two capacity, the emotional capacity and the

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rational capacity.

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And they both working together to create balance for you. Being emotional and being rational at the same time, they create balance for you. However, if one of them shoots up, what happens to the other one

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goes down. So if you're too emotional, like in this situation, the story of when you're too emotional, what happens to rationale goes out of the window. So when you talk, how do you sound when you talk? Whether it's positive emotion like love, or negative emotions, such as anger? How do you sound when you talk? You sound ridiculous doesn't make any sense. When you are now too rational, what happens to your emotions? They go out of the window. So how do you sound when you talk? Very robotic, very dry, insensitive. And in either positions, no one is willing to listen to that person. So here, this man was in that state of love that when they told her Rasul Allah says, if you say,

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Oh, the below average authority, this will go away, because you think I'm crazy or something.

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So don't you ever allow yourself to get to that level of anger, when you shut down completely that you will reject and see how it comes to you. The second way or method to curb your anger is to withdraw, meaning to kind of like, take step back instead of take a step forward, to fulfill that anger. Now take a step back to reduce that anger. Let's really go ahead.

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And I would I would narrate it in a hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, if any of you become angry, you are standing and let him sit down, then if the anger leaves him, but if not, then let him lay down. By the way, this has a story for to move on, from the story of the Allahu Allah, or Buddha or Dylan orda used to was actually fixing a water pool for his camels like he was to kind of like watering kind of station for his cameras and working on it. So some people, they they volunteered a guy who volunteered to help him out. And they didn't ask for that help. So the man who volunteered to help him out as they were trying to help him fix it, he broke it, the

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whole war escaped out of it. So that immediately he sat down.

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And then after that, he just laid down on his side. And everybody's look at him what he's doing. So then, maybe a few minutes later, when he recovered, he went back again, quietly start fixing the world without talking to anybody. So the people who are curious, obviously, he goes, Yeah, bizarre fidelity kosuna Like it's Edison and what you've done, you've done right now, he goes, Yeah, I heard the Prophet Salla. Sam saying this, and he mentioned this hadith over here. And if one gets angry, and while you're standing, sit down, if it didn't work out, then lay down. So that's meaning to withdraw, so that you don't allow that negative energy it to take to go forward and do more

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destruction. Let's go to number three.

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Email narrated from a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, when any of you become angry, let him say nothing. And he said it three times. So this is me is that one of the etiquettes or the techniques and strategies of controlling your anger is to go quiet, strategically. Because I know sometimes husband wife, they go quiet, you know, without any strategy.

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Like they go quiet and there is no sight and in the distance when this is going to end how you're going to talk when you're going to have the conversation. But strategically, it's important. So here the professor said, if you feel that you're angry, and if you're going to talk you're gonna say something bad you never be quiet. He said that three times. Salalah was and I'm so yes. going quiet strategically, I would say it is a good sometimes, but you have to also to be reasonable with it now, number four,

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even Achmed and I would I would narrate it a Hadith from Rotorua, even Mohammed society, that a man spoke to him and made him angry, and he stood up and watched as if you were preparing for prayer. Then he said, My father related to me from my grandfather. All right to that he said, the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, anger is from is from shape line, and shade line is created from fire, and only water extinguishes fire when any of you become a angry than wash as for prayer, so this hadith that was telling us that you make wudu there's another generation coming up after a boy named Rahim Allah Allah and the monsoon Hola, Annie, is that later on? The Prophet SAW

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Selim actually Mahalia was upset one time on the member so he came down he took a shot.

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Our not just Megan, although you took a shower, he was really really angry.

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So it took a shower. So yeah, the idea is that you use water to kind of like, extinguish this fire. That's what it means. So you make wudu if it wasn't sufficient make another will do probably to calm yourself down and cooldown. Parliament whatever dunya Rahim Allah to Allah He mentioned something interesting because why is it? Why is it that when you eat camels meat, it's recommended for you to make wudu or to break through those who have to make wudu anyway, why is that? Anyone can figure out what could be the reason why. When you eat camels, meat, you need to make wudu.

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Because smell No.

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Because you're getting angry, or the camels good. You're angry camels get you're angry.

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Now actually, the Prophet SAW as I mentioned, the Hadith that a shelter in origin shelter and basically they reside Femara but the Libyan where the camels are, they reside over there because the camel at the time and it's still in this in this day as well. By the way, there are a sign of wealth and sign of prosperity and can lead to arrogance.

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And that is actually where the shaytaan is like blowing into people's egos make them think that they have mashallah they have on the world right now. Right. But humbleness and humility, he says is what the shepherds those who actually graze the sheep and goats and so on. So when kotoba Rahim Allah says that f the camels of the camels, you know, the sheltering are residing there to cause people to become arrogant and so on. So it's better for you that when you when you when you eat camels meat, that you actually you make wudu to again, extinguish that fire that is associated with the meat of the camel Wallah. That's just an interpretation, but there is no specific meaning for the prophets

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of Allah Allah He was number five, in the, in the two so he works there is from Abu Huraira that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, the strong man is not the one who throws others down on the ground. Rather the strong man Is he is he who masters himself when he is angry. You can read the second one the second Hadith in Sahih Muslim there is from even Mr. Rude the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, whom do you reckon as the overpowering wrestler among you? We said the one whom other men do not wrestle to the ground. He said, He is not that but it but it is the one who masters himself when he is angry. So what's the third year that the Prophet says Mr. Justin for us

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over here, don't be physical.

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Control your behavior, that's what it means. Anger is a different story. You can differentiate between being angry and acting angrily, being angry, you can't control that because even the prophets of Allah Salam he got angry himself his first and read multiple times. So Allah some different occasions, and he was angry for many years. We're gonna see some of them later come in the book in sha Allah Tala. But finally one Hadith where the prophet Salah ceremony was angry, he said something bad or did something ugly. You will never find that.

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You need to differentiate in your behavior with your friends, or your spouse or your family. Will your children differentiate between being angry as an emotion and acting angrily as a behavior? I give it to you right now. Take my permission, get angry as much as you want. If it's a reason for you to get angry, get angry word for it. That doesn't justify your misbehavior or bad words that you use in order to say that I was angry You can't say that at all. So that's what the meaning of this hadith obey. Now what is the reward for those who contain that anger even though they're able to release it in the next Hadith?

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You even an attorney and even manager Neriah Hadith M nY, nY even NS and Yo Honey, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said someone who swallows his rage while he's able to carry it into effect, then Allah will call him on the day of rising over the heads of the people to give him the choice of any of the holders of agenda.

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So basically, ALLAH SubhanA says, like, Look, your country your self control is not going to go unrewarded. If you don't get what you wish for, from containing yourself. In this dunya your award is with Allah subhanho wa taala. Now let's move on to the next page in sha Allah, Allah, Allah.

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Allah hasn't said there are four things which if they are within any one than a lower protect him from from Shaytaan. And so what he says over here four things, therefore qualities if you haven't, you're in big trouble. Which means if you want to save yourself the trouble make sure to control these four things, what are they? And forbade him from entering the fire. Whoever controls himself in desire, fear, appetite and anger. These four which has been mentioned are the origins of all evil, by the way, I mean, the translations are a bit different here because the first one in the Arabic language is a rock bar, a rock by us, it's the desire and there's a rubber. Actually rubber

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hit me when you have

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I hope like you cannot you hope for all for something. And you always hoping always have hope in many things like even hoping something haram like hoping for this person to

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help you accomplish something haram or hope that this person helps you commit that something that is wrong and so on. Also a rubber, rubber, which is fear, fear, some motivates people to commit it to the circuit of haram becomes small for them and everything is justified because they just scared and then a shower. That's when it comes to the subject of desire, and in the subject of anger. So let's see what it says about them now.

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Desire robot for a thing is the inclination of the person towards it, because of the belief that it has some benefit, whoever desires something, then that desire will lead him to seek that thing in every way in every way, which he thinks will obtain it for him. And many of those ways, maybe forbidden, that desired thing may it may itself be forbidden love, there will be no limit for them. If they don't have the boundaries of fear of Allah subhana wa taala, they will Cross every single line to accomplish or satisfy that desire now

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is fear of something and when someone fears something, it becomes a cause of him of his trying to repel it from him by every means that he thinks will protect him, many of which may be forbidden, which is why you might be in danger or MLA says that in these situations, when someone gets really scared and so on, and even sometimes the type of arguments, the circle of haram becomes narrow and small, what once was inappropriate, suddenly, now I have a justification for it. And you start you allow yourself to do that. So what is wrong becomes a very narrow thing complete this month. So be careful, you know, being afraid some kind of justify many things for us. Now.

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Appetite sure

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is the inclination of purse is the inclination a person has towards something which suits him and in which he takes pleasure. Very often people are inclined to do that which is forbidden such as adultery, theft, drinking even Cofer witchcraft hypocrisy and innovation.

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Anger is the format of the hearts blood while seeking to repel someone who causes harm from fear of that happening or seeking revenge on someone who has caused one harm after he has done that many forbidden acts original acts originate from that which such such as homicide violence, various types of Thai ironical wrongdoing and aggression and many types of speech which are forbidden such as slander, cursing, opportunity, and it is possible that it will lead to a degree of to the degree of kufr as happen to Geobella even AM, it may also lead lead to oaths that is that it is impermissible in the Shetty to take on oneself and to divorce of a wife following by deep regret. So who's

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developed? I am by the way, Jebel. I am he was the last King of the Sun dynasty. The son dynasty was a vessel Arab state Christian state that was actually in the northern belt of the Arabian Peninsula towards a sham and leading to the Roman Empire. So they were a vassal state for the for the Romans, basically. And he was the last king, the last king over assassin, but it was done. During the time of America, Latin America, he accepted Islam. He accepted Islam, and over Cadabra Dylon took him with him on a trip to Hajj. So as they were going make them throw off around the Kaaba and remember this man was a Christian before. So as he was making too often on the Kaaba, a man, you know,

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accidentally stepped on his, on his clock, stepped on his block from behind, and kind of like, pulled him backwards. He were offended by that he looked at that guy and he slapped him. He actually smashed him he made his nose bleed. This man for Bernie fissara tribe from around muck around the area. So he went and complained to me, I'm your mommy. That's what happened. Jabra did this to me. So I'm gonna hop called Jabba says yadgir. Bella, is that true? What happened? He goes, Yeah, I'm a king. And this guy is just a peasant. And he did this to me, of course, I'm gonna have to smash his face. So I'm gonna say now that you admitted and you confessed yourself, look, you're gonna have to

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reconcile with them. Otherwise, I'm gonna have to retaliate and smash your face as well, too.

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So, Java, of course, he said, Okay.

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At night, him and his entourage, they escaped the hedge camp and went up all the way to a sham. And he renounced Islam went back again into Christianity.

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And for the next four years, he lived there, and he died. Unfortunately, as a mortal, now, there are some regions in which they say that at some point later on, obviously when he saw that, mashallah the Muslims that they took even a sham and they took Persia and they took all that stuff. He kind of regretted it, and he had some lines of poetry that was pronounced on his behalf. But that's not authentic, accurate.

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So he died in the 53 Hijiri. So you're talking about almost four years he lived after that incident and never came back again to reclaim his and his Islam. And Allah subhanho wa Taala protect us from the cerebral Alameen. So, let me go over the remaining of the text quickly inshallah Tara to finish has been the last version. If you look on page three 239 on the top, where is it obligatory for the moment. So basically this this particular part of the book speaks about using that energy for the HAC positively. When you use that energy for the hug and use it positively, which means you have the option to do wrong or to do right, the energy is still there. Make sure that you to choose to do to

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use it wisely, and use it for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala and that was the etiquette of the prophets of Allah to Allah, he was salam O Allah. And after that, we will see that some examples from the anger of the prophets Allah to Allah wa salam ala, they're actually what was mentioned the book over here, about four examples. And and you will see the first example, I showed the Allahu Tirana Wallah that when the Prophet Salah Salem gets angry, you can tell in his face, that's it, this is the maximum, you would see them as anger Salah and Ellison, that his face would turn red in some directions. Gangnam afoco pioggia Hubble Romain as if you use Flash, they use the pomegranate

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juice on his face. So you see it in his face, that's the maximum you could see from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and on this part of the of the book on page actually 240 There are examples of his anger SallAllahu wasallam

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one of them is when a man saw the Prophet given the distribution of watersports after her debut after her name. And he says that if customer tomorrow to be able to Allah yeah Muhammad you're dividing this and that division was not sought was not done for the sake of Allah. And the Prophet got upset about the statement. Also, when the Prophet one day he came into the house of Aisha dela Ana Anisha, he saw that she had some curtains that has pictures on them, and he got upset and he actually he ripped those, those pictures. And when the Prophet saw Sam was

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received the complaint, about Mad making the salah very long and he got very upset about this SallAllahu wasallam. And one day he The Prophet said, I said you came to the masjid and so there's this sort of phlegm in the tribler. And he got also upset about throwing this waste in the masjid where people they pray in the cupola as well too. And as you can see all these examples, none of these examples of problems have set for himself. He only gets upset if something related didn't have Allah subhanaw taala. himself, he was always forgiven when a person pulled his toe one day, the processes you'd find give him what he asked him for, never served retaliation for anything that is

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personal. Rather, he always seeks to sell and you see six actually the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala. And also if you look at the middle of that towards the bottom and the end of the page, there is one dua in regard to dealing with anger. And that is the dua on the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. He, he would say as a Luca Ryda a kilometer Radha Filadelfia Kennametal hockeyville Other Buddha, ya y'all I asked you to enable me to always speak the truth, angry, or content. And whether I'm in a state of anger or contentment that always makes me speak the truth because it's easier to speak the truth when you have the law when you're calm. When When does it become complicated when you're

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angry? So you ask Allah Subhana Allah to make it easy for you to speak the truth, when you're also said of anger. Now, what happens if people speak when they're when they're angry? They're many things in the dunya they endangering their marriage, their jobs, their relationship with people, with people with others, and that can be dangerous can lead actually to the death or to get to the prison obviously, in the akhira. They could pronounce words of cofinanced Allah Afia and they will regret of course no time to regret how they died like this like javelin or am Allah Mustang they're completely they're completely done. Finally.

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Now is it possible that Allah Subhana Allah will answer the call of the of the hotbar if someone makes dua, and there instead of grace and they make dua against their car, you go wake up in the morning to go to the work is not working. And you start work cursing your car says you I wish May Allah do this and that you don't have to duck