The Wisdom of having Hardships in Life
Channel: Yasir Qadhi
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as of when this COVID pandemic began, two years have gone by. It was this very month and this very week where news began to spread and within a few days, our Masjid had to shut down. And in these last two years, every single one of us without exception has been affected. We have suffered various types of trauma. Some of us have lost loved ones, all of us have lost friends, financially, there has been suffering as well. And it is during times like this, where our iman is tested, and where we have to renew our commitment to the ideals of our faith. And one of the most beautiful stories of the Quran that reiterates the wisdoms of why there's so much difficulty in this world is the story
that we should read every single Friday, that is mentioned in Surah 10 calf, and in today's brief hotspot, I'm going to remind myself and you have a story that we have probably heard many times, but especially in light of difficulty, in light of tragedy, in light of loss, this story takes on new meaning. And every single time I come back to the story and read it, I find something beneficial, or I'm reminded of something that I had lost track of simply because as Allah says, where that kid for in the Quran tenfold more meaning keep on reminding, because reminding benefits the believers, and this is the story of critter and Musa alayhis salam, and the three incidents that took place, each
one of which involves pain, and suffering and trauma and loss. And through navigating these stories, we find comfort, and we find relevancy in our own in our own pains and tragedies. Allah tells us in the Quran, and in fact, the prophet system give a very detailed Hadith that explains it, and in today's hold, but I'll mix the two together, that once Musa alayhis salam stood up and he gave a whole lecture. And it moved the people so much that one of the people of bunnies Rock Hill said or Musa, you are the most knowledgeable person on earth, right? There's nobody more knowledgeable than you. He was so impressed with the hotbar of Musa, the lecture of Musa that he said, You are the most
knowledgeable rights and Musa alayhis salam, not knowing who could be more knowledgeable than him, I made an assumption. And he said, Yes, I am the most knowledgeable person on earth. And it was an assumption because he's a prophet. And he has, in his own mind that justification to make that assumption. Immediately God came down and said to Musa, how could you say something without knowledge? Indeed, there is somebody else on Earth, that Allah has given knowledge that you do not have.
And you should not have said you are the most knowledgeable. Musa alayhis salam immediately asked forgiveness and then asked Allah permission to go travel to study with this person of knowledge. This is what you call humility. Nobody on Earth is all knowledgeable of everything. Allah is an unnamed, Allah says Woolfolk aku Li, the element Aleem every one of us who has knowledge there's somebody who has more knowledge than you, you might be an expert in one field, but you cannot be an expert in all fields and even the prophets each one has knowledge the other does not have. So Musa alayhis salam asked permission that may go travel. And our scholars say this was the first time
somebody traveled for the sake of knowledge, knowledge is attained via traveling and studying knowledge is attained one on one, not just from the books, books are secondary, with knowledge also comes Musa hubba being with the teacher seeing the spiritual reality of the teacher, and so Musa alayhis salam requests permission lets me go and study with this person. Yeah, Allah. So Allah says, Okay, I give you permission. Musa says how will I find him? Allah says, go until where the rivers meet some say where the two streams of the Red Sea others have other interpretations where the two streams or the two seas meet and take with you a fish where that fish disappears, you will find that
person so Musa and his Fatah, his his his, not his son, but his servant, you should have known. They started traveling and they went far and wide and they had that sign of the fish with them. Then one time they went to sleep and the fish miraculously disappeared. You shot FORGOT TO TELL Musa they continued onwards. Then Musa said give me my dinner. I'm very tired. I have we haven't found this guy. You shot then said Remember when we stopped at that place? I forgot to tell you that the fish miraculously disappeared. That was the place foetida I thought email Kasasa they returned back all the way here. Our scholars say of the wisdoms is that Allah is testing Musa and his patience
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except via patience, except via multiple paths and you have to cross those paths. So Allah is testing Musa and Musa did not get frustrated with fuchsia said it's an honest mistake, they went back all the way to that place. And there they found a person that all around him was green. And this is why he is called hidden or how other our profit system retold us this the reason why he's called hunted it's a name not to it's a it's an adjective, not a proper name, his actual name we do not know. But he is called on hunted because wherever he would go, the Earth would become green with vegetation. And so his luck club or his title was coded or hidden, and they found this man sitting
there. And Musa says to him a Salam o aleikum. Hadith says how do you know Salam in this land where there are no other Muslims? Musa says I am Musa of the people of Bani Israel in how there says oh you are that Musa what are they called was salam notice how they knew of Musa he didn't recognize Musa and Musa did not know how that until Allah told them how there was automatically we see how there has some knowledge Musa does not have because how they're understood Oh, you are Musa of the Bani Israel. And he knew who he was, but he did not recognize him. This also shows us that Khalid was not an angel, or else he would have recognized Musa this also shows us and we're going to learn
as well that how there was a prophet of Allah. This is the correct opinion. Some say he was a righteous saint, but in reality he was a prophet, because her mother says to Musa that I have knowledge that Allah has given me that he has not given you and you have knowledge that Allah has given you he has not given me 100 is saying I have knowledge that Allah has given me automatically this makes him a prophet when Allah gives you knowledge directly to you now hora, nd now what I love now, who mille Duna Ilma This is a real Mala Dooney real from Allah subhanho wa taala. So, how there is saying, I have knowledge you do not have and you have knowledge I do not have this indicates that
other is indeed a prophet Musa says let me travel with you. Now, again, the whole story is beyond the whole, the details we can go over verse by verse, but the three main stories that we need to emphasize number one, the first story of course, how that puts the condition if you want to come with me, I have one condition you cannot speak to me you cannot ask me for explanation until I tell you you have to trust me and how the denies or negates that you won't be able to be patient yeah Musa you wouldn't understand what I'm going to do. And this shows us by the way, one of the benefits of knowledge is tolerance Wallahi we see this fanaticism only comes when you don't have knowledge
hardcore opinions come in patients come on, you don't have knowledge so leader who had some knowledge that Musa did not have the Rohit their sister Musa in NACA lentes, Tatianna your sobre, because when you don't have him, or you think you have him or for your enemies, only just one perspective or one opinion, the minute you hear another opinion, you lose your patience, this is not true, it cannot be correct. But when you have rhythm, you become more open minded, you understand you become more tolerant. So Heather says to Musa you're not going to be able to understand you're going to be impatient, you don't have the types of knowledge I do. And Musa says, no, no, I want to
learn, I'm going to learn. And so three incidents happen. Each one of them Musa loses his patience. The first one, as you're aware, they don't have any money. These are the prophets of Allah, and they don't have money in their pockets, but they need to go on a ship. So when they're going on the ship, they asked who can take them, and the one ship that is willing to take them is the poorest ship, they are the most generous, which is another irony, generally speaking, the poor are more generous than the rich in terms of their art. Generally speaking, the more people have, the more stingy you become. And Allah says in the Quran, if you had the treasures of all the heavens and earth, you
would become extremely miserly. This is what Allah is saying in the Quran. So the poor Messiah keen gave them a free ride. None of the rich ships gave them a free ride the poor Misaki and said YOLO no problem come with us. We'll take you across the ocean. And so Musa and Hunter went on their ship, when the fishermen are on top 100 comes, takes an axe or takes a metal rod and he cracks a hole in the fishermen don't know what's happening. The boat is about to sink, they go back to the shore before they can discover harder than most they get off the boat and Musa loses his patience. These were poor people, they were generous, why would you destroy their ship? Why would you do that?
Heather says I told you, you can't be patient. Musa says you're right, I forgot. I'm not going to do it again. Hardly has this conversation finished when they come across a wholesome a child playing on the beach, on the on the on the sand on the shore and right then and there for Catella who he executes. And this clearly shows this is not a worldly or a saint, this as a prophet of Allah. No one has the right to do this. Unless Allah commands them. No one has the right to do something like this unless it is a Nebby who has an explicit command from a
Law and that's something you cannot make an ology or chaos on. So he does this deed Musa has not forgotten the contract the contract or the condition. But what has happened now is beyond, you cannot remain quiet. He says, How dare you kill an innocent child? How could you do this? And her mother says, Look, I told you didn't I, I told you, you will not be patient. And Musa understood that, yes, this was another test. So now he put a condition on himself. And Musa says, okay, you know what, three strikes and I'm out one more time, and I'm not going to accompany you, we're going to part our ways you have one, I'm not going to able to be patient with you. Then they're traveling,
they're hungry, again, no food, and they pass by the city. And as you're all aware, in those times, and in that civilizations, all civilizations, when you are hungry and thirsty, and you pass by your city, it is the hack or the right of humanity, that you give a glass of water, you give a small piece of bread, it's the heart of humanity, all people do, this is the way of the world when a traveler goes into your city has nothing else you just give him just from the world go and get some water. However, in this particular city, in this particular village, there were so stingy, they didn't even give them that glass of water. They didn't even give them some water from the well still
when they were expelled and they were mocked and they were made fun of and they're walking out to City Hall, the bills the part of the wall that was there and Musa is tired, frustrated, angry, hungry, he says the least you could have done they didn't give us food and water, get some money for your for your effort, so that we can buy some food and water and how that fulfills his condition that Musa put from now on, we're going to part our ways. And now let me explain. And in this explanation, brothers and sisters, in this explanation, every time a tragedy happens to one of us, we should read this surah again, every time a calamity, because the first calamity is the loss of
money is the loss of a possession or belonging. The second calamity is the loss of life. It's the loss of someone you love. The third calamity, it is the prolonging of suffering, you're in pain, you're in suffering, and there's no end in sight. And every one of these calamities we face them regularly, the first calamity, the loss of something that you own your material possession. In this particular case, the foot caught off this ship this dow this dingey It was owned by a multiple of people, not even one there are so poor, they can't even afford one fishing boat. So five or 10 people have come together, pooled their resources and purchased a fishing boat. The rest of the city
is wealthy. This is the poorest lot and how their says you don't know, Allah told me that a king is going to come and going to confiscate all of the ships for his navy, and this ship that it has a hole in it, the king doesn't have the patience to repair it, he's going to leave that ship and take all the rest of the ships in the harbor such that when the king leaves, the only ship left in the entire village will be this fisherman's ship. So from being the poorest of the poor, they become the truly multimillionaires because they have the only ship in the entire village. You don't know by putting this one hole. I saved them from a much larger calamity. And I swear to you, brothers and
sisters, how many stories I have experienced, and my close friends and colleagues and people that have told me that some tragedy happened. And they're wondering why did this happen? It caused them inconvenience, only to discover that tragedy was Wallahi a blessing in disguise. In one particular case. There was a minor car accident where the tire was was broken, the car had to move out of the way and people are frustrated and hygiene no matter what's going on. Hours are delayed. Turns out that had they been on the road, there was actually a major oil spill and a much worse disaster that might even have cost their lives by saving the car but with one tire flat, they were wasting an hour
their lives were saved, had they been on the road, Allah knows what would have happened if they had been going and that major accident took place. Allah saved them by just putting a tire puncture, save the entire car. And there are so many other stories that I have witnessed and I have seen and no tragedy happens except that we put our trust in Allah that what Allah has saved us from is more than what this tragedy has cost us there has to be a sense of Eman until what cool. It also shows us by the way, this story that the way to save yourselves from calamities is generosity. Why did Allah save the ship of these fishermen? Why did Allah choose this ship to save because they were the most
generous? They were the ones who even though they didn't have money they were willing to give from their ship allow the people to come on their boat for free. This shows us when you're good unto others when you're kind unto others when you're generous unto others, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada will protect you don't be stingy from Allah's blessings, thinking that holding it in your hand is going to bring Allah's blessings when you give to others. Allah azza wa jal will give you back much more so we learn from the story
that when a tragedy happens, one of the best ways to save yourselves is you be of benefit to other people. And when that happens console yourself that what Allah has saved me from is much more, we might lose a job, we weren't losing income, we might be in some minor accident, whatever happens, put your toe couldn't trust that the bigger picture is something I don't understand. But Allah knows, and I don't know, as for the second, which is indeed a very traumatic story, and especially in light of the last two, three weeks where incidents around the globe of innocent children you know, having very difficult that's in Morocco and have honest thought in other places, these types
of things that happen and it's times like this where we all wonder why what's going on people who don't have faith begin to question the wisdom of God or even the existence of God. And we remind ourselves of this story, we remind ourselves of this story, that Allah has a wisdom and indeed, nobody can understand the suffering of a parent who has lost a son or daughter except another parent, it is a tragedy that ask Allah to protect myself and yourself from there is no tragedy it is said that is more painful than that tragedy Allahumma except one and that is you know, if a young child passes away Wallahi it is a suffering and pain not meant to trivialize at all but the memory
of a beautiful child is going to be forever and inshallah you will be reunited with a child in Jannah. But worse than this is a child that grows up to be an obstinate young man who is rude and rejecting of his parents who will constantly cause tension who will constantly bring distress and grief and shame. That is a worse pain than the pain of an innocent child that has gone and whose memory remains pure. So Allah subhanho wa Taala says In the Surah, that Allah knew that this child would cause them pain, this child would give them grief throughout their lives. And because they were good, Allah wanted to give them a beautiful child. This was not the child that was right for
them. So Allah bless them with 510 years of a beautiful child took the child away, remember is remain Jana is there, then Allah will substitute a better child for them. We learned from this so many things of them. Obviously the most simple one is that life and death is in the hands of Allah. It's not in our hands. When death occurs, we have to have an acceptance in the law he was in the layer on your own. We also accept that when death occurs, it was the best for that person. We don't know when death is best, we don't know. But Allah knows and Allah will choose the death that is the best for the righteous person, whether it's a child, whether it's a 50 year old, whether it's a 90
year old, Allah knows best, what is the best time to take that person's soul so we accept Allah SCADA. Yes, we can be sad, yes, we can grieve but deep down inside, there must be an acceptance that Allah knows the best time I'm not the one who knows the future. Allah knows the future. So we accept this as well. Another benefit we learn from this beautiful phrase here is that and we learn there's some of the Hadith as well, never does Allah take something away from you, and you are patient, except that Allah will give you something better than what he has taken away. Never is some tragedy occurring to you never do you lose someone or something. And you are patient, except that ALLAH will
substitute something or someone that is better for you. Just be patient and you will find something in your life. It's not going to fill the empty hole of that lost loved one. That's a special place that's a special place in your heart. But Allah will give you other good and other blessings that will be there for you because you were patient. This is very explicit that Allah wanted to substitute and our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, whoever leaves something for the sake of Allah, Allah will give him something better than what was taken away. Allah will give him something better than what was taken away. We learned from this as well. The third instance, we
learned from the story is that there were there were two orphans their father had died. And their father was a righteous man. And he had left a treasure under this portion of his wall. He had a wall at the end of the city, poor man very end of the city is his house, and he has a treasure. He thought one day he tell his sons about it, but he dies before his sons are old. So the sons do not know. So they live a very difficult life a very a life of hardship. And look at these people of the city. They did not give Musa another a glass of water. What do you think they would have done? If they discovered a treasure for two little kids? What do you think they would have done? Would they
have given it to the kids? They would have confiscated it? So Allah subhanho wa Taala delayed that discovery, despite the fact that the mother of these children put yourself in her situation, she must be wondering, my husband was the righteous man, where is that piety? Now? Where is all of the good that we were supposed to have? She might be making dua to Allah constantly for risk for sustenance. And she does not realize because again, we don't
knowing Allah knows that if that sustenance, if that treasure were to be discovered today, which she wants, she doesn't want to delay 10 years. She wants it right here and now, but she doesn't know if she gets it now she's not going to see any of it. Plus one, do you really need wealth when the kids are two? Or when they're 21? Do you really need wealth when the young man are able to take the money defended, invested, do something with it. So Allah subhanho wa taala, protected the piety of the dead father, and this shows us another point brothers and sisters, you want to protect your children, you want to have your children to be righteous, you want to give them the best of the dean
and the dunya the way you do so is you start with yourself, what kind of a boo whom I saw there, hi, by the way, even in the second story, their parents were righteous. So Allah wanted to give them a righteous kid, who amongst us does not want to write your son or daughter, who amongst us does not want to loving, caring, generous, good human being as a son and daughter. Well, Allah here we all do. How do we get that? And how do we give our children the best we begin with ourselves, we begin with ourselves, our own o'clock, our own manners, our own worship and relationship of Allah, what kind of a boo hoo now saw their have their father was a good man. That's what Allah says. So the
money of the children was given to them because their father was a good man, you want to take care of your kids, you begin with your own piety. You want to give them the best of this world, even before your job and career you begin with your own inner spirituality. That is step number one, what kind of a boo hoo ha saw their home the point being, in this case we learned sometimes you're afflicted with a tragedy, sometimes you're afflicted with the calamity, and you don't see the end in sight, but you don't understand it is there for a reason. And that delay even though you don't know it is actually for a reason that you will maybe see later on in all of these three stories. The one
underlying current and theme is we must accept Allah as other and trust that it is the best for us. Because what Allah decides is always going to be what is best for us whether we understand it or whether we do not understand it. And that is one of the biggest blessings of believing in Allah as other in the Eman of Allah other which is one of the fundamentals of our faith. May Allah subhana wa Allah bless me and you within who the Quran and may make us of those who is versus they understand and applies halal and haram throughout our lifespan ask Allah's forgiveness you as well ask him for his dough for and the Rockman.
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your Muslims. On the international scene, as usual, so much is going on? Where does one even begin? We see what is happening. Of course, the long list of the past the Uighur situation, Muslims of Burma fellows thean currently what is happening in India, and now we see the invasions of Ukraine and whatnot.
And today's brief half holds a second hold. But I want to remind myself and all of you of one of the things I have been saying consistently, one of the one of the not the only, and not number one, but one of the things that we should be cognizant and aware of his the fact that Allah has blessed us to be living in this land. This is a land that has a lot of power. It is the land that is the number one superpower in the world. And Allah has blessed us to be citizens of this land, we have safety and security. And we have the power to influence our local politics and politicians. I have said this many times. I don't believe this is the number one tactic but it's also not something we should
ignore. Yes, we begin with ourselves. Yes, taqwa and spirituality is number one. But one of the tools one of the tactics, one of the means is to see who it is that is in power, and who it is that is in the best interests of humanity in the best interests of peace in the best interests of our own civic lives. Brothers and sisters, participating in the political process of this land is really something that is a no brainer, especially after the last 25 years have shown us what happens when we are apolitical. We cannot allow politicians who have nothing to do with us to dictate unto us how to live our lives, if you're not going to participate in the political process that in and of itself
is a type of participation. And whether you like it or not, even if you don't participate automatically, other people will be and your lack of participation will be its own influence. This is a part and parcel of the country that we live in. And we are currently seeing the this is currently the week of voting and next week is going on, and especially epic and Hamdulillah. We're going to be having polling stations for the first time. This is the first time we're going to have polling stations in our own messages. Now, by the way, when we have a polling station in our own vicinity, and Masjid politicians can monitor
To try and track the votes, they're not going to see your name or whatnot. But they'll see that this community predominantly voted in this manner predominantly voted for that candidate. What this shows is that they will see that we have a block vote, they will see that our own community is not a community that can be ignored in the cities that were in. And in the districts that were in, there are 10s of 1000s of people like us 10s of 1000s, we have the potential to influence at the electoral level, we have the potential to influence and this week is the week of the primaries, this is even more important that we get involved. Why because the primaries is when the candidates are selected.
And for whatever reason in this country primaries, hardly anybody goes to 10% of the will go to so if large groups go to the primaries, you can actually influence more than later on. So this is the week of the primaries, I cannot tell you who to vote for, that's not something we're allowed to do. That's your job, choose the lesser of the two evils, choose the one who will look at what is going on in the world choose the one who will at least give statements against the Uyghurs against what is happening in India, because in reality, let us not underestimate the PR that those countries want. You do not know if a Senator for Congressman releases a statement, it might affect policy at the
national level. And not just this, our politics isn't just foreign. We're also concerned about what's going on here, our jobs, our health care, our education, it's our job to be educated, who is running for our districts, who are the people that are going to be ruling over us, whether you like it or not your taxes, and mine are their salary. These are our representatives. So the least that we should do is to do our homework to do our research. And there are organizations, Muslim and otherwise, that are doing this work for you. If you don't know, ask around, but the least we should be do is to be aware and then make a conscious decision, even if you choose not to. And I'm not
saying you must, even if you choose not to do so based upon knowledge based upon your understanding that all of these people, in your opinion, are not worth your support. That's your decision that's up to you. But at the very least be aware and influence and petition and call. And do you know what brothers and sisters as our numbers and quantities increase, and as our political participation increases, it's only a matter of time before the very people that are supposed to rule over us are going to get our feedback. There are communities just as small as ours, but they are politically powerful. No person runs for office, except that they meet with those communities. They get the
approval from those communities, they see what is what is this community is interested in for whatever reason, we Muslims of America haven't gotten to that level yet. Even though we have the numbers and we have the wealth, Wallah he we have the numbers and we have the wealth. But because we are a political by and large, and because we're recent groups of immigrants, this is going to take a while but the change has to be from now we can influence our local politics, our foreign politics, our domestic politics, but in order to do so we need to be actively involved. So my ask of you is very simple. Do your research, do your homework, know who's running and what are their stances? If
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so I think we have a number of requests for the hour before the janazah
so we have brother, Dr. Mohamed Al Khawaja, who has pancreatic cancer terminal and we also have brother Mustafa Sayed was cancer the both of them are members of our community that they've asked us to make to Allah mushroom Chapin Argent DI water is Sakuma Allah malaba Nasya David Bastiaan to Shafi la she Fila she folkish founder Audrey Sakuma, we also have brother or Sorry sister, city, Sabina who has passed away in India and her daughter is our community member in that Illa when erode your own, we ask Allah azza wa jal to forgive her to grant her for those to make her a place of grave a vast place we asked her to with about at the time of the questions we ask Allah Azza to give
support to their family members in sha Allah
so, the family member of sister of Fatima wants to lead the Janaza they come here in Charlotte
somebody comes so the family member will lead the janazah it's for tag period the first tag Bureau is going to be sorted Fatiha second tip Bureau whistle Ebrahimi Allama Salah Mohammed The third tip below we make dua for the deceased Allama Villa our Hamza if you know that there are that's fine. If not then you can just say Oh ALLAH forgive her a llama fella. The fourth time you can say Robin attina for dunya Hasina and then you have the teslim shoulders
we make dua for ourselves after the third
edition His name is Fatima
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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah. Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah?
In LA Mussolini now almost Lima Do you want meaning Mina quantity now?
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one voice hearing our voice she is the one downside BP now one downside being party was on me now was all in
what have you Lena for gentle home one Hatfield lot. The ones that get enough love
what's going on? I don't know hula hoop