This is from “The Golden Advice Regarding The Proper Manner Of Learning The Arabic Language” By Abu ‘Umar al-Jurjaani explaining clearly on the steps we should follow for learning Arabic.
It surprises me that every person who makes a youtube video about the deen is looked at as people who have knowledge. Or that people who debate various issues have become Shuyookh to the ignorant. Or that people who conduct Online Da’wah Training Programs, Seminars, Workshops etc, have become known as Du’aat. Or that if anyone takes the stage to deliver a lecture, have become known as scholars.
The true miskeen is the one who wasted his life learning that which he does not practice, thus he looses the pleasures of the dunyaa and the goodness of the akhirah, coming forth bankrupt (on the Day of Judgment) with strong evidences against himself.
It is upon the students of knowledge to look into the positions of those who preceded them and then choose from them whatever conforms to the textual evidence.
This topic is serious and the duty of the knowledge seeker is also great and it varies according to the degree of knowledge he has, to the need of people for it and according to his ability and capacity.
This small essay “12 Stops With Those Celebrating The Prophet’s Birthday” by Hasan Al-Husaini deals with basic points in a well presented format which clarifies doubts regarding Mawlid an-Nabawi.