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Knowledge, Its Importance & Acquisition
  Guidelines For Acquiring Knowledge
Author: Saeed bin Wahf al-Qahtani
Source: Al-Hikmah Fid-Da'wah Ilallaah (trans. Abu Iyaad)
Article ID : SCL020001  [21940]  
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Fifthly:

Not being shy or arrogant in seeking knowledge, and this is why Aa'ishah (ra) said: "How excellent are the women of the Ansaar, shyness/modesty does not prevent them from understanding the religion."[9]

And Umm Sulaim (ra) said: "O Messenger of Allaah, Allaah is not ashamed of the truth, so is it necessary for a women to make ghusl when she has a wet dream?" The Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) said: "If she sees the fluid."[10]

And Mujaahid said: "The shy person and the arrogant one will not learn the knowledge."[11]

And finally:

Acting upon the knowledge, the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) said: "A servants two feet will not move on the Day of Judgement until he is questioned about four (things): His youth, how he spent it, his knowledge, how he acted upon it, his wealth, how he earned it and how he spent it and his body, how he used/wasted it."[12]

And he (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) also said: "A man will be brought on the Day of Judgement and will be thrown into the Fire and his entrails will pour out. It will be said: 'Did you not used to order the good and forbid the evil? He will say: I used to command you with good and not do it myself and I used to forbid you from evil and do it myself."[13]

FOOTNOTES

[1] Reported by at-Tirmidhee (5/578) and Ibn Maajah (1/92). Also refer to Saheeh Ibn Maajah (1/48).
[2] Reported by Abu Daawood with his wording in 'Kitaab ul-Ilm' and Ibn Maajah in his introduction (1/93). Refer also to Saheeh Ibn Maajah (1/48)
[3] Such as buying books and cassettes, connecting with the people of knowledge from Ahl us-Sunnah - not Ahl ul-Bid'ah - attending their gatherings, talks and conferences, travelling for the sake of knowledge and other such efforts.
[4] Refer to Tafseer us-Sa'dee (5/194)
[5] Jaami' Bayaan ul-Ilm wa Fadlihi of Ibn Abdul Barr (1/102,103)
[6] Jaami' Bayaan ul-Ilm wa Fadlihi of Ibn Abdul Barr (1/196)
[7] Deewaan ush-Shaafi'ee (p.88). Refer also to Al-Jawaab al-Kaafee of Ibn al-Qayyim (p.104).
[8] Al-Jawaab al-Kaafee of Ibn al-Qayyim (p.104)
[9] Reported by Bukhaaree in 'Kitaab ul-Ilm'.
[10] Reported by Bukhaaree in 'Kitaab ul-Ilm'.
[11] Reported by Bukhaaree in 'Kitaab ul-Ilm'.
[12] Reported by at-Tirmidhee (2417) and see Saheeh ut-Targheeb wat-Tarheeb (1/126).
[13] Reported by Bukhaaree (3094) and Muslim (2989)


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