Lessons Learned from the Companions – We were Created to Make Mistakes!

O Adam do not be sad as I told you: come out from the Paradise, which I created for you and your descendants. O Adam you used to come to Me like a king enters to another king. Today you enter like a servant when he comes to his king. O Adam do not be discontent because of your slip, which caused you to err, for you are a human that commits sins. “And it may be that you dislike a thing which is good for you.”

Lecture details how we can learn from Adam the first man created that we were created to make mistakes. To not make mistakes is to not be human. This is important to understand before delving into the differences that emerged among the companions.


About lailanasheeba

Laila Nasheeba is a graduate of Cleveland State University where she earned her Bachelor's degree in Communications and Ancient Civilizations.  She is also a certified Para-Legal.  She has studied Islam with concentration in AlHadis since the age of six from various others beginning with Imam Mutawwaf Abdus Shaheed to her present teacher, Shaykh Mustapha Morsy Abu AtTayyib -  who in turn gave her permission to teach from varous books of Aqeedah and Hadis, and due to her understanding of the Sunnah, permission to answer Questions about Islam.   Position at AlQuran wa Sunnah: Laila Nasheeba is the founder and Managing Director of AlQuran Wa Sunnah Islamic Site of Learning - an online Islamic Institute- wherein she devotes her time to teaching and calling the Muslims back to the Quran and Authentic sunnah.
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