Oh I got it, he starts by saying khayrn, upon mankind, (ins) he describes some of man, meaning arabi and najmi and jinn and so on and I think, guess, he says fiqhi of the deeen, so when Allah wishes good for a man or jin he gives them understanding of the deeen and then he says upon basirah? meaning sound insight type of thing and then about the halal and haram
and I think when I said 'love what Allah loves etc' I think I hear habba like in the meaning of love instead of harama in the meaning that the person 'makes' haram what Allah made haram?
Am not to sure, it sounds like something general.
like the importance of knowledge or something.
Originally Posted by IbnAbdulHakim
wa aleykum salam HEHE :p First time I seen a picture of him smile mashaAllah, I miss him