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I'll answer your second question just a little bit. Well, I should. So the next the last part here, the fourth part of the shuttle, as

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long as you have comes from the root word, which means to be present shahida means to be present. Now, we know that the shunt means I bear witness, I give testimony, because somebody who gives testimony was either present at the scene of the crime, either they miss the Act, or they're like an expert is they present themselves to the court to give you their offer their expert testimony? All right.

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suzu is Shahid. Amar is one machine from the same route, because he presents himself with the ultimate technologies. All right. So I should have I bear with us I give testimony. And now in the Arabic language means that, but nothing

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either means that as a sentence connected, let me give you an example. If I tell you, I was thinking sentence, I should go to class sentence. If I want to connect these two sentences together. What do I remember

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that I was thinking that I should go to us? That's what is

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this

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sentence?

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So my purpose is I give testimony that love. This is a special law again, with absolutely no Ilana, someone for something that is worthy of worship, even though it is still in love. 11 is a word that's used for making an exception to something. The next word is a lot

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of a lot of people talk about it a lot. So I read this, I give testimony that there is no one that there is nothing worthy of worship, except for

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what I should I do. And I wish

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I

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had the word under here is also a sentence given.

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It's also said

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that, all right, let me ask you a simple question, though. Which one sounds stronger? Or?

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I don't know. If you sell chocolate industry,

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I mean, that sentence,

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and that sentence connector, but that was definitely

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an extra emphasis.

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All right, I realized this, I give testimony. And that was definite. will have my dad will have my dad. Of course, this is the given name of the province. I'll talk to you more about the name of the province in the next portion.

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I'll explain it to them. Nevertheless, you know, what's the name of the messenger? So

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that was definitely his his way. Who's the he's referring to loosely? A lot.

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His sleep. Now before I go forward, what I'd like to explain here

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is what is interesting what a powerful thing is that it refers to the profitable salon, as a slave.

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You know, being a slave is is the status of the human being. But it's something that people have a lot of difficulty.

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Like, we will find it we will find out restricted, people find it overwhelming, but being a slave,

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to really start, and is when we realize our purpose in life, the dynamic of our relationship, the life of Master, we understand, right? And the profit and loss, lived a life of being asleep alone.

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And this is the honor and the dignity of a human being. So focus on the greatest thing of his life, on the most glorious day of his life of his prophet,

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which anybody can tell me what that day was

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searching for.

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Because the people that are tortured and harassed and ridiculed and mocked, have rejected for 20 years, the process of dying for him.

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He was regained

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into what

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was the most glorious day from the legend.

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So the refer of us a lot of simple when you enter into a bunker, if you look at the bottoms of human history, any leader any conquer was ever entered into a senior job that's conquered. The people just read about other branches

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at the head of the army, writing the big huge, beautiful

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rose petals being thrown trumpets being blown. People singing and dancing, celebrating it. But the profitable salon is only entered into Makkah, there was none of this.

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He was traveling at the back of

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everybody's mind and soccer approximately instructed everyone to take a picture, remembrance of Allah, the prophet of Allah civilize himself, he was a rhetoric of loss of power,

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and giving full credit to the lost power, for providing the situation, less

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subtle power, that there's no one worthy of worship, and a lot of people put this promise, oneness.

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And he helped his slave

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columns of A prophet and a messenger, he call themselves slave slave.

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So it's a very, very valuable lesson to say that the restaurant of ours was a slave of a very powerful speech, and reminded us of how you need to live our lives. What are suku and his messenger prasun.

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Now let's talk about the

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Russian culture comes from the root, to send a message. This data is a message. But in modern Arabic, any message

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in classical Arabic,

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it doesn't just be

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in classical Arabic means to send a message from a higher authority.

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In classical Arabic, it means the second message from a higher authority. So our assuming wasn't like a mailman. Like even in classical times, just the word, the understanding of the word wasn't that our soon as the mail ends, but it just brings you a message. A courier Nutter will assume was the one that messenger the king. So you know, the guy who would come to the town square to see the center of the town, and you would open the scroll and read the proclamation of the king, that man was going to assume, because he's bringing a recipe you take that child the best possible operation, and

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assume, because they bring the best from the ultimate authority, the highest authority.

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So I bear witness I give testimony, that was his that was definitely his his slave, His Messenger.

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Now, let me put down a few interesting things here. All right. The first one is

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eye shadow law. Why shadow?

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Is there any repetition here in this party?

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I should have ordered pizza dough.

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If I wasn't telling you that the second question is not in February, we're going to see a version of the secondary show that was not provided. So the second question was unnecessary, if I will, if somebody was to say I should go live with you.

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grammatically, it makes sense.

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But it's the second mission provided? Absolutely. That means it serves a purpose. What purpose does it serve it? Remember the description of our work, Yang has died, repeating the word create separation.

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So when I was growing up with the problem of our sponsor, who teaches us to shop or business owner, the thing, where the struggle is repeating what that teaches us, what that tells us is that believing in the best person to save the rest of your life, is not just the size of the team. It's given us all,

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to let it stand alone, as an independent, separate, important article of faith. That believing in the rest of the loss of dogs and believing in the rest of your lives a very, very important part of our work. It's a temporal torquing. It's not just some side feature, I believe that

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there's a little side issue over the long run as well. So

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if somebody's got to convince his brother,

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I will accept a song. And we call him up here and start giving him a shout out.

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And when I get to the part of the year with is that Mohammed is the messenger of the Messenger of God. And he says, I'm not comfortable with that work

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with the Shahada with complete,

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which is acceptable to somebody legitimate? Of course not. So believe me The restaurant

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is an integral part of it, and that's why they chose to let it stand alone and being independent.

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The second thing though, in terms of that, the first one, the first thing that we have added a shadow, and

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then we have our shadow.

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We talked about the stalker under admin.

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stronger, why the survivor was given to the first statement, but a stronger? What was the second statement? Why is that imbalance?

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results?

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Take a look at this the first statement, a shadow without dying or wrong does it receive anywhere else?

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Is there anything that delivers emphasis? And that's enough? So, la La, la, la, la. De Lys. especial by, right. Absolutely. And that is the second statement.

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Is there any emphasis there aside from the AMA, is there's no like, there was no emphasis. So emphasis needed to be provided. That's why it has addenda verses. So you see, the what ends up happening is both of them emphasis, but they're given that emphasis in different ways. This is the eloquence of the classical Arabic language, you know, modern day language when we speak English.

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When we want to give notice, as I just say, definitely, definitely, definitely, definitely, definitely,

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definitely, this versatility of classical Arabic, the first second that synthesis through the lab, especially, the second segment has a total emphasis through the diversity. So you see the balance of the two statements in

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the next and the last one. The final note on the right here, the progression of the salon, he has the province of love it is given two titles in this shuffle. First is quality, maybe, then is called the rasuluh is called the beat.

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So the question is, what's the difference between the two? is the same as

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me? And also, what's the difference between the two? So there's a huge discussion on the difference between the two. From a technical standpoint, this is often talking about the books about data.

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But to the the opinion that the majority of the scholars have

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is that the main difference between the debaters who is an appeal is a prophet of God,

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who comes to deliver the message of God and spread the word and invite people to a level

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but are certainly someone who will come to that same purpose when he's given a new color blog.

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Typically, in Sunday school, you know, like, oh, someone has a book, and everybody does. That's an oversimplification.

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Because some, some messages, some receivers, they were given a new coat of law, but not necessarily a key job, like we know it. Right? So but as long as I'm assuming with a new coat of law, he's gonna assume, and if a Prophet came to me,

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teachings, some new couple of issues here and there. But pretty much the whole religion that he was preaching was based off of the previous quarter, well, then he's gonna be in a suit comes with a new code of law, a new system of living, right.

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All right, so that's the primary difference between the two. But in quizzically, there's a very fascinating thing, because even the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said that in

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some places is referred to as me some places you should refer to as rasuluh.

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And we know that the precise choice of word

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wise, you're referring to the vehicle places for a suitable place. So when you did the survey, and

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remember the

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news that was relevant to people are somebody who's got a higher status than people assume is somebody who represents or delivers the message from the highest of authority. So whenever the word newbie is using the put on profit center, it's often talking about emphasizing his interaction.

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Whatever that is the focus of the discourse. It uses the word

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66. It talks about the process of relationship with his wives. What does I call it? Yeah.

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All right. When the

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app is revealed, where the function will last a long time, it's been tempted to talk to his wives, talk to his daughters, talk to the leaders.

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To tell them to cover themselves. So go and talk to them, explain it to them, tell them to cover themselves. Listen

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fully,

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even though when the wives of the Prophet somebody similar addresses that are because it's talking about that burial relation, even with a lot of hundreds of interesting tools, that there could be any sign up.

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But whenever the discourse

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is focusing on how the producer or somebody is bringing a message in, he represents that highest of authorities and allies, you know, holding them accountable or less giving him the responsibility of preaching the message, he

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would say, Yeah, he will not. So people need our Sumo logic. To me, I am a messenger of a central

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Zulu, or messenger when

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you deliver the message that has been revealed to you. Because we don't have to think within your capacity to deliver the message.

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So whenever it's emphasized his relationship with people, his interaction with people that he's used, when he talks about when he's trying to represent the fact that he represents a higher authority, when that's the point of the message than that. So there's something very interesting about that.

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All right. So that concludes our study of the first shovel to shovel it up.

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Now, the interesting thing about that, over the summer is data to share. So it's funny of a position paper he's trying to use and for the most part,

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a lot of you know the loss of use to the word or the total word continuation of the thermo

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renewal of the message and revival of even some of the most fundamental teachings that he has.

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Alright, the second to show

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today

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in English,

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and even in

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Arabic, make sure that you translate with that would be very different. Because the main thing is

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they can just

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they don't understand what you're saying, in fact, we will be calling God the senator just resigned

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to

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this standard was

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was there something you wanted to say?

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No, it was just, it was just, it shows us about how much care and how much intricacy

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is put into preserving every little thing about the profits.

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And that should be a motivating factor for the belief. A believer should be motivated by

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the life of a process that is protected to this step. All right, and passed on to this extent, no human beings life, by the way, has ever been documented, like life.

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Throughout history, no human beings. It's amazing. It's fascinating. It's remarkable.

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The second show

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is there any

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one thing very interesting about the duration of this show this I'm delivering our basket, assess gamma subaki so hop on a call center, you're unable to shovel to not even have to shovel gum it because you know that the Prophet messenger allows us to teach us that the shovel just like he would just assume.

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He taught us how to show like, who teaches like he taught us

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what that means two things.

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Number one, the fact that the prophets a lot he emphasized the importance of memorizing,

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like memorize the pseudocode for one

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second thing about that is what that means is you read the process of Taurus to read the word for word letter for letter verbatim as I was taught to us, the second we read them, we don't make any changes.

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We don't you read it as an as it was revealed. Similarly, with only changes into the shovel we did as I was taught that there are multiple variations. So that's why there's a variation, but there's no need to

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Putting in the changes and read it as it was taught. And number two, very important. Remember, memorizing is very important.

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So I'm going to read the fish out with them, we're almost gonna take a look at what is unique, what is different about this to show it to be that he

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or she

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will move out or kind of just sort of logically was about to

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set out how they can be you. Right?

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on the

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spot,

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as

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well.

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All right, what is different about this?

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Here's the hint.

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It's a new word for Baraka come from Baraka blessings, the blessings, we enjoy her life, those are also dedicated.

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Now, what's the next

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show

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also have a couple of small little things.

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The orders have been adapted, in very, very odd order, the thing that has changed the position of the batch switch, let me tell you what the effect of that is. So

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first time, I have three friends.

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three friends,

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now are friends. And I say this my friend,

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as a colleague, who did I give more importance to

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by saying, admin is my friend.

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All right, that's what was one of the first

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real compliments on for a long

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time, it was emphasized.

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In this generation, we have

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a lot to talk about, oh,

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that's like saying, a colleague or all my friends. Now that I have to say one or the other, they put them all at the same level.

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So that's what's going on here.

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All right, somebody something else that's different before we move on to this application. One last thing.

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Let's see if you guys can pick up

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it's the hair.

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The limit for the salon. And

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before that one last.

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There we go, which is excellent.

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There's no power to get noticed. Notice that the first one was utterly, utterly laggy.

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This one is

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what is what I mean everybody.

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Alright, so for more advanced programmers, Bulava back and a very simple way of explaining

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what does deleting removing the middle accomplish.

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So very simple example.

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So you have two appliances in your home, that are two separate functions. You have a toaster, which shows if you have an outlet, that base toaster is wonderful. And then the second appliance and until certain toast economic debates. So you have two appliances for two separate functions. And so one day you go to a department store

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and the light shines down from above.

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And you find a

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right

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toaster of the end is removed from the middle. What does that mean a toaster oven is how many appliances one or two.

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Right does still have two separate functions.

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So it's one appliance when two separate functions. That's what we're moving the end from.

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Similarly, when we said

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it was sort of it

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was sort of a

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royal confluence of a lot and prayers and good comment.

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All right, and these are all these separate things are all independently dedicated to a woman in business.

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Show profit squad isn't the same as to move on to solve

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that royal compliment, blessings, prayers, good cop bad, all together is what I do.

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So it's what I do with these multiple facets,

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is multiple angles.

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It is all

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about what is our existence, and our entire existence is dedicated to him. So it's still saying basically the same thing. You see how the different way that's our that's

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that's the Prophet somebody expressing the same idea with such another profound

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now we're gonna move on to the next major difference and that is

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what is it? Everybody says

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what is it everyone in the previous have noticed one more than right?

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So the verse the shovel was a cylinder with the lie flat on the flat mean in Arabic everybody.

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Definitely Article V. Right? This one is

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no different.

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It's like saying Kitab Al Kitab means double. And

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a book in English, which one do we consider to be superior? Which one is more powerful?

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v book. All right. In classical

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and classic classical Arabic, one is not necessarily better than the other. They both

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they both have their own unique feature. They both have their own benefits. Number one, if you put an ad on it, it means the ultimate is like the ultimate phrase. If you remove the other end, you see

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what it does is

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it creates diversity, the meaning it means peace and safety. Like if I was saying the book, I'm talking about one specific book. But if I say a book, it could be any book conditional right can be the big book, The small book, The Green Book, the blue book, could be any book. So when we set out one, it means peace and safety, from all angles. in all situations, a lot of times

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celeb, it opens up the scope, and it broadens the scope and makes it very diverse. So again,

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each one has its own significant impact. So safety from all angles at all times in all places, in all situations and all circumstances of all times may not all be upon you and be a human being prompted, what am I going to learn you are going to come to

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the mercy of Allah and he receives a certain set out with

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maybe safety, again, of all types from all angles and all places at all times all situations may be upon us. And I've got the sense of love or righteous. I've heard

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a lot so far to say,

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well, I've learned

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something change everyone.

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Secondary survey, did I just need to talk about how awesome it was in the first the second show was there in the previous one

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shall be level two show.

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Is that true? Of course.

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Again, we're starting to see each one has its own, its own impact its own awesomeness. All right. So what we can remember the second example I gave you about toaster oven. When you remove it from the middle, it actually merges it together. So in the first session, the first session, the second session was

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to let the fact that believing in the messenger messenger must stand on its own, without giving you the importance that this is a separate issue. This is very, very important.

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By removing the

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other perspective,

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that believing in a law goes hand in hand

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with believing in

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just like a toaster oven that you bought, could you sit there and separate the device. Of course, again, it's built in that you can't separate the I'm tired of this. I don't know when I'm making an iRobot toaster. I need to sit here and we'll look at it like like a saw will cut in half on a separate toaster from the

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that doesn't work that way.

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You can separate them from each other. Similarly, believe me a lot and believe me a message on the level and

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because if you believe

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You

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know what to believe about?

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And you know what your relationship was?

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The context of that entire relationship, that entire belief comes from the messenger.

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And of course, obviously, why would you believe in somebody to be a messenger if you believe in a lot of the evidence, but they go hand in hand, as

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well.

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Now, this next difference here is called you guys.

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What else? Is this different? You?

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Did I just do like five minutes?

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Again, there's some provided below. Of course. All right. Again, each one has its own beauty. The first one says amazing.

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But also

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doesn't say, slave.

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But again, the first show, it said Why

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rasuluh? Who

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is His messenger? The who is a pronoun? Who is a pronoun is referring to

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a lot. Does it mention the

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very first?

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What is the most powerful respectful we can talk about today? If I didn't say, Oh, yeah, he needed to, or I say salami to me which one is more respectful to somebody saying, pronouncing his

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name, she was respected regardless of so the first show powerful is out

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of the blue.

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This one doesn't mention. So the second

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power

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rasuluh

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it is referred to a lower pronoun, first of all by his name, and it simply say that other human beings name seems much more impressive, whose name is more powerful and more impressive than the name of a monk

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I would you say you saved you feel the impact of a loss of trust.

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A more powerful, so.

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So that was a secondary show.

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37 to show narrated by often up in a row, we'll do one more after

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all right, again, I'm gonna read the Arabic and then we'll talk about the differences here. I

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was

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talking about

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I said Selam Aleykum. A

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lot of people forget to send out body now.

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As an

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RA, why

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should he get out? Why should

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What is different about this show that everybody

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wants to talk about that?

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Somebody else

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is

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somebody else.

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okay to have a little bit of thing, a little bit of trust. Alright, so go ahead, say feel comfortable.

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That's the unique part of this session.

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Okay. Let's go ahead and understand what these words mean. Very simple, very straightforward.

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All right.

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So, the first word is wind, which is actually two words. So what is the first word? Why does he say mood disorder? Which means one

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means for something or someone to be unique, alone, individual,

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alone, unique individual. Alright, the second part is who is he referring to?

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unique is He

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alone is he singular is he individual is he when he is individually unique, singular lab. This is a special law but his professional opinion. Everybody can tell

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Absolutely no shedding your shipping numbers he was sharing with everybody.

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Associated very good. lebu is two words. The Latins for who means him, referring to World Wide Web secretaries eat, lash and eaten and who there's absolutely positively no partner for him. He's got no burger.

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Anything.

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All right. So that's it. Now

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move on to the next

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page number 19.

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I'm dying to tell you not to follow up

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as a human being you are running over capital A set up already that? Well, I never imagined it was funny. I should have got the law well as as a member, how

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are

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you better to solo out?

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What is unique? What is different about this the show that we have not seen yet?

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I'm gonna give you guys some time.

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Okay, we covered that one position that we know the effect of that something you need something?

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Everybody Hear that? No, I didn't hear that.

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I want you to notice I want you to be able to look for this.

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If you haven't, if you haven't figured it out yet. Nobody knows it.

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Except the sisters calling up saying okay.

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All right. So the order has been changed, the sequence has been reversed. You don't know why I like to do this. I like to make people look for the difference.

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Obviously, you know,

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it takes a long time, it takes a lot of study to be able to explain why the difference is there. And obviously, you know, that's not something we can learn in a weekend. We had to study for years and years and years and years and years and so on the answer for that. But you know, one thing that's really really that was tragic, or something come around, we even need to learn to know to even have to learn what type of questions to ask.

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So yes, you don't know the answer. But unfortunately, sometimes people don't even know what questions to ask. You know, one of the most amazing things I used to see with my teachers would sit with them.

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Of course, they would they would teach us they will teach us more in depth at a scholarly level. But they would sometimes kind of give public lectures and public do who's like Tafseer lectures every morning after so often finds out and weekly lectures in this battle.

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So when we see the complexity, one the most pressing things I found was I was very intrigued by even the questions

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because it even takes a little bit of, you know, focus to even know what question to ask. Most people read the answer in such a cursory fashion. Even a question doesn't pop into their head right there. Why is this? Why is it you know, when I was in second era,

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the children being able to talk for three days while

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I was practicing for

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three days, and then why instead of money up is a blessing the lava lake

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you're not gonna be able to talk for three nights.

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Now of course, the understanding is three days and three nights both are correct. But why am I saying three days

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and three nights.

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So you even have to learn to know what questions to even ask what are we even looking at? And then we can go to the people of knowledge like

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All right. There's something everybody does.

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And I've got time to go.

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But we even got to get the habit of what to look for what questions to write down? What question to go and make the chef's life miserable with. Those are the best community members, by the way. The ones that asked you questions, the ones that continue to learn, you know, sometimes you can kind of say like, I'm sorry to keep bothering you.

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You know, those are the people that we look forward to.

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Those are the people that we look forward to. I have some students in though, they're always emailing me questions, or text messaging me questions, personal students. And you know, they always feel embarrassed, always apologizing. And I was like that I actually look forward to your message is better than the 100 other ridiculous text messages, I get your message naturally, the highlight of the night, when I went to one of my students who was the most I say this about him now. He was one of the most annoying people when it came to questions. Like every time I came to use, he, I used to give football and lead. So now we have about 20 minutes from my house. I was full time around there

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for a few years as well. So whenever I come to the club, typically you'd be there for Juma. That's how I first got to know him. After tomorrow, he was waiting for me to do because he had like, 12 questions from the episode on Friday, he got to the point where I would walk out it might be like three questions. That's it.

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Right. And but but somehow, like I'm saying that those are the folks that really, really, you know, that's time valuable script. That's time well spent. Right. And actually, that's turned into becoming my brother in law, actually very my sister. So that's, that's the value that you've seen those people, because they show that they have a zeal for knowledge, they have a desire to want to understand why this is the way it is, what exactly is your love, because you don't want to ask for the correct perspective. And you ask the right questions, it increases your mind.

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It increases.

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Anyways.

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So this is the shadow mousse app that shining really low on the fourth of shoppers today at the top of page of of it, if you have an app, I'm gonna ring pumpkin. So yeah, that's right, I told you guys to look up the difference. And you guys don't have to worry about the bottom sort of all kind of switched around. And all the repetition with the first three, there were subtle outcomes, about the condition that we're playing, you're not going to be for some of them. And I mean, and I went back and looked at this multiple times, this is the actual narration. And it's commonly discussed this point now, but you got the image refers to the good content, the beautiful character, silhouette is

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the worship.

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The fact that the process of switching is calling our attention to this by putting good content in front of worship,

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by putting good content in front of worship,

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to remind us of a very, very important lesson.

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And that is, and this addresses a very unfortunate reality within our within our communities today. And that is we today have created a separation where there was never meant to be. We've created a dichotomy a split within our own in our own religion. And that is what we consider religiousness spirituality to just be worship and spirituality somehow become

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the

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basis business.

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Personal conduct,

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how you deal with your family.

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What about your neighbors?

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That's all separate. Today, you actually find the very unfortunate contradiction, where somebody is considered to be very religious, devout.

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Right, you actually have that concept. But that same guy that you're standing next to that very, very pious religious person, right after salon, when you go back into the marketplace, and you're doing business with it, that guy will rip you off like nobody's business, will take your shirt off your back,

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left and right.

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Even if you come to tell that person you say brother will usually just pray together

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some decency Come on, we're just slammed committed. They're like rather

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sloppy businesses business.

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This is business.

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Right?

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It's a very, very common predicament. It's a very, very common issue. That split that we've created religion where we don't consider that to be a part of the we will consider that impact. So when the Prophet was was

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Once you play your worship, he's been your attention to the fact that that is a very, very important part of me. And so how do we know this for a fact, our beloved messenger, somebody has told us about us that who did the process of the same office bankrupt, who's bankrupt, the person who did a lot of worship, shows up on the Day of Judgment, now to the reward out of worship, but there's a long line of people.

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He cursed that person, he hit that guy, he stole money from that person.

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What's going to happen to that person's release

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will be distributed will be given out to those people to compensate for the loss.

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And then when his good deeds are done in there, so people waiting in line, what's going to happen, there's sins will be taken and throw it on him to lighten their load and burden his load.

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So you see, it's very, very important for us to understand that social contract, the way we do business, the way we conduct ourselves, the way we do with our families, the way we do with our neighbors, the way we walk, the talk is all deep.

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It all impacts. It's

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part of our spirituality.

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And so a lot of people ask you the question, what

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is prevented from engaging in bad things? How is it possible that somebody does pray regularly, and they still have this bad, immoral, unethical behavior?

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The answer to that question is, if somebody is praying,

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and it's not taking them away, it's not solving the problem of other issues, other problems, other sins of design, that means there's something missing in that person's prayer, a person

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empty prayer, because otherwise it will awaken the God consciousness within which we keep them honest, every aspect of Islam.

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It's very, very important to remember this.

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It's extremely important that we remember this lesson.

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You know,

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a great scholar of religion. He was a student of a

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lot, and he was a teacher of a chef.

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All right, to be accurate. So he's a great scholar, and is a kind of like he was right in the mix of all these great, great people in that written generation. Mr. McCulloch was a prolific author wrote wrote many, many books, lecture on any topics, once upon a students has been written so much.

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You've written so much so much that we benefit from but just one request. You never wrote anything on spirituality, test you purification of the heart of the soul. You never wrote a book about that. We learned that from you, but you never wrote something. I guess.

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The students don't respect humanity. I mean, I've read multiple times, everything that you bring, I teach what you when

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you haven't.

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Please tell them.

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What is the book,

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he tells them that the book that I've written on purification is called taboo.

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It's a book on the field of business transactions, ethical Islamic business transactions. That is my clarification.

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Because if you can manage yourself properly and money, that's where everybody's

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asking the money gets the best of the best. But if you can conduct yourself properly with money, you can be honest and trustworthy.

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You care for others, you could take

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the profit of

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the process, and tag him as

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a businessman who is honest and trustworthy. Madden 18 was in the league

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will be with the prophets and the righteous and the pious and the God fearing and the daughters will be in that class classes

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will be grouped with them. So it's very important that we remove this kind of remove this variable, it's in our religion, socially, financially, this is all part of our deal. So very, very important part.

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Okay, moving on to the next.

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This is the fifth and final.

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This show is narrated by

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all right.

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Daddy zacky actually,

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a

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lot of people are comfortable. Monica, where

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I shall go and learn without having a law. What

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you

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What is unique about this?

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Now I do have an interesting question that's gonna make you put your thinking cap on. All right? The word Zeki asked, Is it an extra word? Or is it substituted for

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two substitution? What's the substitute for?

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Excellent. Now let's show you something one of the principles of analyzing different areas have developed a methodology of analyzing, understanding different variations. I'm going to show you something from the methodology of doing so, when you have a word that is substituting for another word, and established word for word from established directions, when you have a substitution, then the word that is the substitute is connected with the word that is substituted for meaning they both have to similarly, a substitution needs to have the similar meaning for what it's supposed to. That's

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like a Sunday, football, right? So if a quarterback gets injured, who do you put into play? Who's the backup player who you put into substitute for the quarterback?

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Another quarterback, you know, put the kicker in.

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Go, right. Or if you're TT golden, you're running back, basically, you know, masquerading as fortnight, but

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a quarterback substitute for quarterback? If your teacher is math teachers, a math teacher can't come to class. What kind of a teacher Do you get to substitute for the math teacher?

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You don't have to coach him, you kill all the nerves in the class. Right? Can you send in a math teacher to substitute for math teacher? That's how it works. All right. So similarly, the word zakia is substituting the word sum up. So rather than prayer, so that means it also means prayer.

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But now let's talk about the words IKEA, towards IKEA comes from the root, excuse me.

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It comes from the root word, which means to internally purify, to be internally people. That's why

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it's called that because when you give the two and a half percent of your savings,

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internally purifies your wealth from inside and purifies all of your

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test gear to the depths that scale to the

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purification of the soul, the heart, because it's eternal purification. Alright, so similarly, exactly. Africans prayers that are offered with purity, internal period. What do you think that's referring to?

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prayers offered with internal purity? What's internal purity referring to

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something else?

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No.

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No, think about it, guys. Another very important issue in all worship, particularly prayer. That's right. Sincere intention to have a pure intention. Why do I want to pray

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snarls about how? What? Why? Why are we talking about a robot in that social situation? We talked about why you put a practice everybody's

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right. Or are you praying because

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you don't want to go and bow your head before the Lord.

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You want to go and worship your Creator. You want to go and show your appreciation and your love to your master?

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So that's the question why do you get some sincerity? So some prayers that are offered with sincerity video, they are also a protocol. So here, this is the first one I'm going to show you that you see the word Linda mentioned twice. Every

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single example I have is my friend, Zane is my friend and hover

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now about who am I showing importance to

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NZ

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similarly laggy Zakiya to rely upon you. Alright, so that's the difference.

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All right. And the rest of the show is of course,

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now, unique about this variation of the various very fascinating. That is a

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big area of interest for myself, personally.

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The nursing home which I found this to shuffle mentioned our own saatavilla News. kaniva

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news for us,

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the leader of the believers, so he's the leader, and that leader is also the Bob. He's also the hottie. So he's the one who gives the lecture the sermon on Friday. So the narrative spreads

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All right. Now I'm going to ask you a few basic questions, a few common sense questions, you please answer them, so that you can follow the train of thought.

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Where is on one of them on YouTube?

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But even what message is it?

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All right, the member that is standing on issues,

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the majority of the audience in the congregation listening to the football, please get to our booth.

00:55:37--> 00:55:42

Most Amazing people that ever lived the most amazing community, the most knowledgeable spiritual people of all time.

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Right, in spite of that information says,

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On Friday, when he would stand up and deliver to the people, sometimes in the football, he would mention that he would read the chart and then explain the meaning of that to show

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that the show was

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right. But he's like, we just did an explanation for

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work to be solid. He did this.

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And the reason why I found that so interesting, and then variations

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would sometimes just take a while a supplication.

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He would sometimes think that the shovel and he would just give an explanation, can

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you give an explanation of

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like explained to me?

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And the reason why I find that so fascinating, is we learn from the best of people.

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Any one of you, I know all due respect to any of the themes I get this past Friday. But wouldn't any one of you trade in any country for all the other one? If you could get a one on the team? Would you pretty much just trade away your email, which will leave everybody in the port as well?

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Okay, all right. But

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she never gives up ever again in my life, if I can listen to her every Friday

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meeting, but yet being as nice as he is, look what he's interested in spirituality. EMA, is explaining this a lot to them. It's connecting them with a law. That's the purpose of the focus of the hope.

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It's meant to connect you with a lot.

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It's meant to connect you with a law. It's meant to spiritually revive you awaken, nourish and replenish you.

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That's the primary function in the role of the bluebook. Not Not this not anything else. That's why I lost

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when the call is made on the day of Friday, first of all, either

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Russia, remember in civil jumada.

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Remember, it's a law. It doesn't have CNN.

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Right?

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It didn't say no in Russia. today's news.

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Now doesn't have to be relevant and

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we should address the situation people are dealing with, but what is the focus? Am I just getting up there to talk about politics for the sake of talking about politics?

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Wherever there is some event going down that affects us as Muslims.

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But then that event should be spoken about in our life in a way on how it affects our Deen How am I supposed to understand it as a believer? How would it impact my relationship with Allah? How should you

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that's justifiable. But even then the majority of the bulk of the footnotes are supposed to just connect to the

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function

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that's the purpose that's the role of it is very important reality that we've just completely missed the boat

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you're not a prophet and loss of all the sudden I mean there is no better something that we have right he taught us how to do the profitable somebody so it's actually nations authentic nations want to have a process of their member forgiving

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and he starts with a group it begins in this chapter.

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What

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do

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you

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think about what this guy will be ripped apart? What's gonna happen with you that all human being What's wrong with you? Once you connect with your lower once you realize he just reads this book

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Not

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to mention optimism.

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Now, of course, we have to contextualize that the Sahaba damage to Windows versus Mac. So Fine, explain those verses to these people don't understand. But still, that's

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one type of process. Members are

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welcome and emerging, whether it be

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evaluating

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where

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he gets

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the top, we sort of have a teraflop as a superpower.

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Again, delivering the Word of God, the message of love inspiring, reviving, motivating, that's what I was meant to be. You know, I recently recorded a series, I'll give you all this information show up towards the end of the class today, where you can find some more resources if you want to continue to learn and continue to increase your knowledge of religion. But I recently recorded a series that's been put out on our website, where I found where I have the collection of the different clip bizarre profits of some gay throughout his life. And basically where I've said, I've sat down to each production processor and explained it, translated, explained it and what we can

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learn from it about giving food. And you will not believe how amazing it is the first step of the process of fabricating the city of Medina, Muslims have been oppressed for 13 years, they haven't prayed to my 13 years.

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Finally, they're in Medina, they're free, they're open, they can practice they can do so they're praying so out to the Jamaat, it's a great moment. And you read the whole book, he talks about connect with the Quran is that is from Allah. Make sure that the Quran is present in all parts of your life, how the Quran can guide you in every facet of life, another prophet cells that are waiting just what is the reality of this world versus the reality in the Hereafter, which is better? What should you choose? That's

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It's amazing. It's such a different perspective. And I had a personal experience that really woke me up it was a wake up call.

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I was traveling Actually, I was going to Southern California, the teachers class.

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And I was renting a car at the airport. So when I reached a rental counter, there was a young man behind the counter and he looked like he was Daisy like you look through the front and box on the end, but we have like a radar