Hadith no. 275 is a repeat. Read it here.
Whenever any one of us was Junub, she poured water over her head thrice with both her hands and then rubbed the right side of her head with one hand and rubbed the left side of the head with the other hand.
In the bath of Janaba, it is not compulsory to wash one’s hair properly. All that’s required is to wet the roots of hair and rub them, as described in the Hadith above.
But the bath of Haydh (menstruation) is a bit different. We’ll look at it in detail in Kitaab-ul-Haydh (Book of Menstruation) inshaAllah. :)
We compete. In material things. Things that will definitely benefit us in this world. But the companions. They used to race for other things. Things that wouldn’t necessarily benefit them in this world. A common man would think them crazy. But were they really?
When Allah’s Apostle got his head shaved, Abu-Talha was the first to take some of his hair.
It was just hair man. Why were they so crazy about it? Got an answer to that?
If you had one of the hair of the Prophet (SAW), what would you do? Would it be more beloved to you than the whole world? Would you give your everything just to keep it?
Narrated Ibn Sirrn:
I said to ‘Ablda, “I have some of the hair of the Prophet which I got from Anas or from his family.” ‘Abida replied. “No doubt if I had a single hair of that it would have been dearer to me than the whole world and whatever is in it.”
Love requires that from us, no?