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The Sunnah, according to the scholars of hadeeth, is everything that has been related from the Messenger, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, of his statements, actions, tacit approvals, personality, physical description, or biography. It does not matter whether the information being related refers to something before the beginning of his prophetic mission, or after it. Explanation of this definition:
The statements of the Prophet include everything the Prophet said for various reasons on different occasions. For example, he said: “Verily deeds are but by intentions, and every person will have only what he intended.”
The actions of the Prophet include everything that the Prophet did that was related to us by his Companions. This includes how he made ablutions, how he performed his prayers, and how he made the Hajj pilgrimage. The tacit approvals of the Prophet includes everything that his Companions said or did that he either showed his favor towards or at least did not object to. Anything that had the tacit approval of the Prophet is as valid as anything that he said or did himself.
An example of this is the approval that was given to the Companions when they used their discretion in deciding when to pray during the Battle of Bani Quraydhah. God’s Messenger had said to them: “None of you should perform your afternoon prayers until you arrive at Bani Quraydhah.” The Companions did not arrive at Bani Quraydhah until after sunset. Some of them took the Prophet’s words literally and postponed the afternoon prayer, saying: “We will not pray until we get there.” Others understood that the Prophet was only indicating to them that they should hurry on their journey, so they stopped and prayed the afternoon prayer on time. The Prophet learned about what the two groups had decided, but did not criticize either of them. As for the Prophet’s personality, this would include the following statement of Aishah (may God be pleased with her): “God’s Messenger was never indecent or vulgar, nor was he loud at the marketplace. He would never respond to the abuse of others with abuses of his own. Instead, he would be tolerant and forgiving.” The physical description of the Prophet is found in statements like the one related by Anas (may God be pleased with him): “God’s Messenger was neither overly tall nor was he short. He was neither exceedingly white nor black. His hair was neither excessively curly nor lank.” The Relationship between the Sunnah and Reve-lation
If you want to benefit from the Quraan, then gather your heart when you read and listen to it, pay close attention, and be [mentally] present as one would be if he were in the presence of the One who spoke it (??Allaah) Subhaanahu while he is speaking it (the Quraan), from Him [Allaah] to the slave. For indeed it is a speech from Him to you through the tongue of His messenger.
[Allaah] Ta'aalah said: "Verily, therein is indeed a reminder for him who has a heart or gives ear while he is heedful." [Qaaf/37]
And this is because: The complete effect [of the Quraan] will not occur unless the following are combined :
And the [aforementioned] verse incorporated all of these in the shortest, clearest and most substantial phrase.
For His saying; "Verily, therein is indeed a reminder..." is a reference to what has already been mentioned from the beginning of the Suraah to this point, and this is what possesses the ability to give a strong effect (the Quraan).
His saying: "...for him who has a heart..." This is the place which is susceptible for the effect to take place, and what is meant is: The heart which is alive, a heart which thinks and contemplates about Allaah. As [Allaah] Ta'aalah said: "This is only a Reminder and a plain Qur'aan. That he or it (Muhammad Sal-Allaahu 'alayhe Wa Sallam or the Qur'aan) may give warning to him who is living (a healthy minded the believer)..."[Ya-Seen/69-70] Meaning: One who has a heart that is alive, and His saying: "...or gives ear..." Meaning: He concentrated and turned his sense of hearing to what is being said to him, and this is the condition that has to be met for the speech to have an effect.
His saying: "...while he is heedful." Meaning that his heart is present and witnessing, not absent. Ibnu Qutaybah said: He listened to the book of Allaah, while his heart and mind were present, and he was not in a state of inattentiveness nor absentmindedness. And this is the indication to the barrier which prevents the effect from taking place, and it is the absentmindedness of the heart and its absence from thinking, pondering and looking at what is being said to him.