Noteworthy lesson on concluding wudu

In the first lesson of Shaykh Sālih bin Fawzān hafidhahullāh, of the book called: “Akhssar al-Mukhtassarāt fi al-Fiqh al-Hanbalī”:

At the end of the lesson, before answering the questions, the Shaykh advised, in explaining the matter; that he raises his hands to make the finishing du’ā-i of the ritual washing (wudū) together with watching up with the eyes, because that affirms the Tawhīd of the Oneness of Allāh in His Highness above all the creation.

The Shaykh refutes the claim that this means that the sky has been made a Qibla, because the Qibla is the Ka’ba (as the best direction to turn to when making du’ā-i is the Qibla).

Wallāhu a’lam