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Advices of Hadhrat Mufti Ebrahim Salehjee Saahib (Daamat Barakatuhum)

Muallimah Skills Development Course on the 7th March 2008

  • We are fortunate to be in a gathering of the knowledge of Deen. We can never do justice to the greatness and grandeur of the Knowledge of Deen as it is from Allah Ta'ala.

  • To be a participant in the effort of Ilm-e-Deen is indeed a great gift from Allah Ta'ala.

  • The knowledge of Deen began with Nabi (Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam), the Sahabah (Radi Allahu Anhum) and was continued by the illustrious Imaams and Ulama of every era.

  • The knowledge of Deen is based on purity, sincerity, love and is eternal.

  • The knowledge of Deen ends in acquiring ruhaaniyat spirituality as benefit as it is directly from Allah Ta'ala and is divine.

  • The knowledge of Dunya began with the Kuffaar, is based on impurity and disbelief and it ends in the acquiring of wealth and material things.

  • Parents endure great difficulties and sacrifices to provide the best for their children.

  • The Parents of our learners have entrusted the gems of their hearts into our care.

  • This is a huge responsibility and a great trial for us as these learners are the leaders of the future and according to our effort on them, they will progress.

  • A young woman was about to commit suicide when at the last second she remembered her ustaadh’s words, that by committing suicide you will be going from the frying pan to the fire and your problems will be much worse in the hereafter, she  immediately stopped and saved her life.

  • If we will guide our learners correctly, they will be the true reflection of our character as what we impart to them will have a permanent effect on their lives.

  • If we are sincere, remain focussed and dedicated then the fruits of our efforts will spread far and wide even though we may be in one place. For example, a fruit or date tree is in Madinah Munnawarah, but its fruits and dates are exported throughout the world and everybody benefits from it. If we are sincere, remain focussed and dedicated then the fruits of our efforts will spread far and wide even though we may be in one place. For example, a fruit or date tree is in Madinah Munnawarah, but its fruits and dates are exported throughout the world and everybody benefits from it.

  • We should consult with our superiors when faced with any problems. Seek their advice in improving and progressing in our teaching skills. They will be a great source of guidance for us as we are dependent on them for our progress.

  • We are doing the work of the Ambiya and we will be faced with difficulties, but if we remain steadfast and committed, Allah Ta'ala’s help will be with us and He will remove all our difficulties.

  • When faced with difficulties and problems do not act independently. Turn to Allah Ta'ala  and ask the advice of your elders and benefit from their wisdom. Nabi (Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam) consulted with the Sahabah (Radi Allahu Anhum) even though he received wahi (revelation) directly from Allah Ta'ala.

  • Our efforts will bring us tremendous recurring rewards in the hereafter as every good action of our learners is Thawaab-e-Jaariyah for us.

  • Any difficulties experienced will be a source of Kaffarah and forgiveness for us.

  • Our object is to impart this Deeni knowledge with sincerity in the best, easiest and most effective manner.

 



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