Futuwwa (Spiritual Chivalry): To Be Generous of Soul and Pure of Heart – Shaykh Yayha Rhodus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In this especially powerful session, Shaykh Yahya discusses the next character trait of Futuwwa mentioned in Imam Muhammad ibn al-Husayn al Sulami’s (d. 412 AH, 1034 CE) book, Kitab al-Futuwwa: To be generous of soul and pure of heart. Someone may not be a person of knowledge or worship or be able to do what other people do, but acquiring this trait is a door for everyone to draw near to Allaah, Ta’ala. Several relevant ahadith are discussed and a particularly beneficial du’a is provided.


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Futuwwa (Spiritual Chivalry): Respect Your Friends and Move For Them; Remain Upright – Shaykh Yayha Rhodus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In this next session, Shaykh Yahya shares some beautiful insights about the deen, specifically discussing how to benefit from the night and day of Jumu’ah, including the hour during which supplications are answered according to the well-known hadith. He then discusses two more traits of Futuwwa (spiritual chivalry) as mentioned in Imam Muhammad ibn al-Husayn al Sulami’s (d. 412 AH, 1034 CE) book, Kitab al-Futuwwa. Shaykh Yahya first gives a lengthy discussion on respecting one’s friends and moving for them, and the corresponding ayah in Surah al-Mujadila (58:11). The session then concludes with a discussion on being upright as forth in the hadith, “Say, ‘I believe in Allah and then remain upright.’”


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Futuwwa (Spiritual Chivalry): Etiquettes Concerning Guests – Shaykh Yayha Rhodus

Shaykh Yahya discusses three more traits of the people of Paradise in this fifth lecture on Imam Muhammad ibn al-Husayn al Sulami’s (d. 412 AH, 1034 CE) book Kitab al-Futuwwa: (1) going to a close friend’s house uninvited; (2) not finding fault with food; and (3) generosity to guests. He also explains how gratitude to the Giver of Blessings, subhanahu wa ta’ala, is more virtuous than gratitude for the blessing itself.


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