Intention When Fasting 3

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The importance of fasting as a means of achieving Islam's values is discussed, as it is not considered obligatory. The loss of respect for women in Saudi Arabia and the negative impact of fasting on people's views of women are also discussed. The importance of praying for the upcoming season and keeping a record of time spent fasting is emphasized, along with the need to practice fasting for mental health benefits. The speaker emphasizes the importance of fasting for eating and drinking, and advises against drinking coffee and combining prayer with fasting. The speaker also suggests that working with the church during travel is crucial for best health outcomes, but it is difficult to travel without it.

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As made fasting for what is far far is something that's obligatory. And it is based on of course the Quran in which Allah subhanaw taala says, Yeah, Al ADINA, Ave quotevalet, como se I'm cootie Valencia, it means fully logical means it's made obligatory upon you, critical Alikum che and if something is written for you, that means you have to do it. And so if you don't do it, then you're deserving of punishment. And Allah Subhana Allah

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says, Yeah, you have that enamel katiba lako Muslim and he says, Yeah, you have the enamel or you believe fasting as prescribed has been prescribed upon you made obligatory upon you. Before this, of course, the only thing that was obligatory in Medina, during when the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam arrived, was the first day of Ashura the first thing during the month of the month of Muharram, the 10th of Ashura and that was made obligatory actually before the fasting of the month of Ramadan. And then of course, when the Ramadan came, then the the fasting of Ashura became sunnah. And of course, in the course in the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Prophet sallallahu

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wasallam said in Hadith from, from Abdullah Omar Radi Allahu Anhu rod Ilhan Omar Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam APOL booty al Islam Allah Hubbs Islam is based on

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five pillars Shahadat Allah Allah Allah Allah, Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah, the shahada, the La ilaha illallah, Muhammad Rasulullah ha ha masala and the establishing of the prayer where it has a cable had your bait was Ramadan and the fasting Ramadan. So this is one. This is of course also needed GMAT consensus amongst the scholars, not a single scholar in the face of this earth, whose role has any announced of knowledge knows that fasting is one of the acts that's going to be that's considered obligatory. And believe it or not, you might think that Oh, of course, it's obligatory, everybody knows. But there will come a time in which fasting will not be considered obligatory. Why,

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because we will, the sun, the OMA, the OMA will follow will continue, will continue to follow the steps on how to look it up. And so the people the book, fasting for them used to be obligatory, and then they started changing and changing and changing and changing to the point where it's not obligatory for them anymore, and they don't need fasting is not even a major part of their religion. Somebody who wants to fast and fast, it's not like something that they have to do. And the only thing that's left is what the only thing that's left for them is the belief, the belief and even with that belief, they have Shirky and so there will come a time. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa

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sallam said that the Islam is just like a thought, just like a piece of clothing. And as the more you wear, the more you wear, the more becomes tattered becomes old, and there will come a time in which the people will not know about prayer, they will not know about me, they will not know the cotton or fasting and hygiene and prayer. And anything that means little by little, you'll start to lose and lose and lose it. And so the first of it, the first, the first thing that we'll lose in this OMA, anybody know the first thing that will be lost in this OMA

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is I'll show I'll show for Salah that the for short inside prayer will be lost. That means people will just pray like on the outer appearance only. And then you will come into a masjid and nobody will help you. The whole Masjid not a single person. And so that's that's, and then the last of which are the other prayers. And then there will come a time in which nothing will be left. The people who the Muslims at that time was are the only ones who will say the only thing they have is they will say we saw it we heard we heard our forefathers saying La ilaha illAllah. And we say it. That means nothing's left of Islam except for La ilaha illAllah. That's the only thing that's left

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Lila. So there will come a time you might say well, it's obligatory, there will come a time, which people will say it's not obligatory, just a couple of years ago, if someone were to say, You know what, you know,

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hijab is not obligatory. What would you consider that person?

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It's common sense. When a woman has to cover herself, right? Well, it has to cover so and now what's come to the point, it's gotten to a point where they say as long as your mother's hijab is not obligatory. And you know what this is being said by people who are very influential, not saying people have knowledge, but people who are influential in and status. You know, like, if you hear some of the, the, what he call interviews, or some of the interviews in Saudi Arabia, and so when he was asked when they were asked, like this is the most influential person in Saudi Arabia, yes. Like what's, what's the what's the ruling on the A woman covering up and he says, As long as a woman is,

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you know, modestly dressed, that's fine. It's nothing

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like he jobs will be before it was before I remember growing up. And being in a meeting when I was studying that everyone had niqab they cover their faces from the Cinetic Suhana. And then once people influence they that's how you people influence make decisions. They make people get used to it, then you lose it. Just like the Christians, when in the story of

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The Hobbit if the Companions, companions of the cave, what happened? Allah Ledin available Allah Emery Hamlin atari, then Allah who must either the one who prevail, the one who will prevail concerning their affair. They said, Linda, Tahitian Allah who must see that we're going to make a masjid on their grave where they died. And so of course, that's not permissible. And that was the beginning also, of the that was

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a loss of highlighters indicating to us that this was a the those who prevailed, they were in the wrong,

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they were in the wrong, but because they were a position of influence, it affected the cause a lot of *. And it was actually the first time that you know, st worshipping and so forth became something that was very, very prevalent in Christianity. And so

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yeah, it's made obligatory, and we said, we say that nobody,

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has differed over it at all whatsoever. But nowadays in terms of trials and tribulations, everything, everything goes on. It seems that when it comes to the dean, why, because there's widespread ignorance. There's a lot of information but there's widespread ignorance. And of course, there's an Iijima what is the GMAT? The GMAT is that there is no that there is no difference of opinion amongst the scholars. Another thing another thing related to fasting

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what is the ruling? Or what are the conditions the conditions that a person has to have before they confess number one meaningful for them to be accepted? Or if it's becomes mandatory? First is that the person is a Muslim? Secondly, that person has reached the age of puberty third is that person is open Apple is someone who is sane, who's still conscious and they're saying and odd that I honestly am and one who is able to pray are able to fast if they're able to fast then they have to fast but if they're not able to fast then of course it doesn't it's not obligatory upon them for that particular day but they if they can make it up then they have to make it up if they can't make it up

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then they pay video they pay a in the in placement of that of the fasting they feed the poor and so

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what when is when do you have to what kind of intention what's the what's the situation with with intention when it comes to pray? So when it comes to fasting

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obligatory fast any obligatory fast whether it's the fasting Ramadan, wherever you're making up a fast

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you have to have the intention before

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5g Before 5g If you can't have the intention after 5g So let's say for example, like right now you're in the we are in the month of Shabbat you have a day to make up and then you said okay, I'm gonna fast tomorrow and you don't you know, you're thinking about you're not you're not

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you you forgot that you had a day there to make up so in the morning you wake up and you're eating soy, right and then failure comes and then you after a budget, you remember oh, wait, you know, I have a day to make up every day to make up okay, let me make this fast. And a makeup fast. Right? Can I do that?

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I had some more in the morning that Fajr came and now I have to have a day to make up but I did I forgot that I had a mandatory fast to make up but then when I fasted what intention did I have

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this the intention Yeah, that's your intention. But what kind of intention

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it's a sunnah fast because you forgot that you had an obligatory fast to make up so you are thinking okay, you know, it's so nice and fast thing because the month of Ramadan the process of going faster a lot. So you have the intention to fast. Right and your intention you have savour you fast is valid, but you did not make the intention.

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This was a makeup fests, which is obligatory. Right? So it's an obligatory fast that you're making up

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that you missed last year. So fudgier has already passed. Now, this fast cannot be counted as a makeup fast. Why? Because you can't change you can't start an obligatory fast

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unless it's before 5g At least can start the intention, but you're fasting is still valid, but it's a sunnah fast. Do you understand? Why because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said last layer Soma

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layer Soma Illa min edge mycelium couplers

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like nobody is allowed to you nobody does no fasting

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should be

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there's no fasting unless one who

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who has already made his conviction, his intention

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before Fajr so if you don't have the intention before Fajr then you fast is not valid for an obligatory fast and there's a difference.

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This is a sunnah fast. For example, if somebody has let's say they didn't eat yet. They come home they didn't ever intended to fast. They didn't intend to fast you come home and you say

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hey, well, you know, you come home when you find out your wife is fasting. This you say Oh, do we have breakfast today? Why don't Why don't you have breakfast? Breakfast? Let's have breakfast together. And then your wife says no, I'm fasting today. Oh, you're fasting today? Oh, let me fast to that.

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Can I do that?

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Yeah, I can because it's for a certain number of hours right? This is sudden because I'm just coming up I'm not making up any fast. Okay, my wife is fasting I want to fast also I didn't eat yet. I didn't drink yet. I just finished yet I came home and I was expecting to have breakfast and so She's fasting I'm going too fast too.

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Right? So she you can do that because the prophets of Allah I think that some sometimes we will pray for it and he will come home and he said is there any food at home?

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And she Aisha Radi Allahu Anhu would say no, we don't have any food at home today. And so the prophets of Allah alayhi salam said if that's the case, and I'm fasting if that's the case then I'm fasting so when it comes to the fasting Ramadan the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said

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he said he said

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less yummy lastly I'm only when I'm up to see him there's no fasting for the one who does have the who doesn't have to he doesn't have the intention during the night for the prayer for the past and so that's one thing that we have to keep in mind especially but during the month of Ramadan everybody knows is obligatory for us so used to hold is for obligatory fast but I'm talking about right now when and any other time if you're fasting certain obligatory fast and what are obligatory fast fast that you make up that's obligatory so the ruling for a fast if you're making up a fast that's obligatory the same ruling applies. So let's say for example during Ramadan let's say you say

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okay, you know, I'm hungry I don't want to fast today can I eat

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I'm hungry I want to eat in a smarter Ramadan you can't so the same way with the obligatory fast if you're making up that obligatory fast then the same ruling applies You can't break that fast. But if it's a sunnah fast, let's say you're fasting sooner. And then your friend says hey, let's go have lunch and you're like I'm fasting today but yeah, okay, we'll have lunch let's go I was just break up fascinated, then you have the option because it's sooner when it comes to the sooner you have the option to break the fast what is obligatory fast you don't have the option the same thing happens you're making up a fast during Ramadan your friend says let's go have lunch you know let's let's go

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have lunch let's go have some coffee then you're like Oh, you haven't met him a long time let me go have coffee with him? No, you can't you don't have the option to break your fast why because you're making up an obligatory fast and if you're making up an obligatory fast then same obligation applies to that particular fast as if you were to fast during the month of Ramadan

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and you do a sunnah fasting and then your friend come and ask you

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to go have lunch?

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The Prophet SAW which one's better Okay.

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Which one is more? The prophets of Allah as I said, Alma totowa Amira leprosy. A person who is who is fasting sooner or who is doing something that's not mandatory, not obligatory is a mirror enough so he's a he's the leader of himself. That means he has full control over what he wants. Now, which one is better? If he doesn't want if he doesn't want to join

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And it's fine. If he wants to, if he says, you know, I'm fat, I am fasting, it's also permissible for him. And if he says, you know, okay, I'll break my pass. Now as for which one is better? Well, every situation is different. It really depends. Let's say, for example, this is a friend, or this is your auntie, your uncle. And it's considered in adjoining relations. Right? It's better to, hey, you know what, I haven't seen them a long time, this is really good opportunity, then, of course, that becomes something now, that's virtuous, right? That's virtuous. But if it's somebody everyday you have coffee with.

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That's different. You don't say keep on fasting, you have coffee every day, tomorrow, go have coffee with him. But maybe this is an opportunity you don't have every single day your uncle is calling you to have coffee. It's different than your friend who has coffee, you have coffee every single day. Right. And so that's connected to, you know, the virtues of enjoying relations, and then that will take precedence based on that, because now you're in you're in a position where both are okay. Well, okay.

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the month Allah, is it permissible for if, you know, if someone wants to have if someone, do you have to have the intention

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of obligatory fast every single day? Like, do you have do you have? Or do you or, or during the month of Ramadan that you okay, I know, this is the month of Ramadan, and all my fast is going to be obligatory, all my attentions going to be obligatory.

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While I'm destroying strong Sangha opinion seems to be that, as long as you know, that's an obligatory fast, you make the first intention that's obligatory the first day, everyone knows, it's Ramadan, then in sha, Allah, the rest is okay. Unless it's broken up.

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What do I mean by broken up? Broken up means let's say you became sick,

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you became sick, then you start, you start fasting for three, four days. And now the fourth fifth day? You're thinking about it, you're thinking about it now? Like, should I fast or not? Because how do I feel? Like I think I feel better now let me pass. So if this if it's broken up, and then you're starting over again, then you have to renew that intention of the before the night. So but if it's not, then it's continuous. It's it's something that you continue and then your intention already know, you already know you've woke up, wake up for support and so forth. But like, for example, let's say you broke up your fast, okay? For days, you didn't fast because you were sick. On the

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fifth day, because you're sick, you're like, you know, and then you wake up in the morning, right? It's fine your time already. Right? It's fine your time right in the morning. So how do I feel here? How do I feel? Do I feel like I might be able to fast? And you say, You know what, I think I feel good? Okay? I'm gonna fast. When did you start your fast?

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You started your fast intention after fajr. Why? Because you broke it up for the last four days. And then the fifth day you're trying to decide, so you didn't fast. The beginning. Even though you didn't eat, but you didn't fast with an intention of fasting because your fasting was broken up broken up. But if you had the intention, let's say already, the whole month, right? The whole month, and you've been fasting and all of a sudden you wake up a little bit late, and it's fine. Did you miss yourself? Or do you miss your support? Now can you say okay, wait, wait, wait, I can't fast.

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I can't fast because what? Because I didn't have the intention before? No, you have to just continuous you always fast you never stopped yesterday, you fast today, you fast also. So even if you woke up a little bit late, you already had the intention to fast. But when you were sleeping, and you didn't have the intention of fast because you're sick the last four days, when you woke up, there was no intention to fast. This was the intention came when you said oh, I think I feel better now. I think I feel better. Now. Let me pass. Right? So you feel you think you feel better? What's already fighting? So that's why that's that breakup here. changes a person's intention. And they

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continually have that intention. And Allah Subhana Allah knows best and so one intention, I shall it's, it's already it's considered valid if you want to, anytime you get up for a horse, that's already the intention that you know that that we are already making shall already so Okay.

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if a person fasts, wake up, right, and you don't know what time it is, you don't know what time it is. And you know,

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you know that you woke up. Maybe some you look at the alarm clock or something happened. Like overnight, maybe the maybe you set the alarm clock, but then the electricity went out or you forgot to set the alarm clock, right and so you wake up, you don't know what time it is. And and if you

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is like you're a little bit late. Right? Feels like you don't know. And you know how sometimes you wake up in the middle of night you think you're late? Or you think you're you think it's fine your time early or you don't know if it's fine your time already. And you can you have your you have your

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you have your your your phone, right? If you look at your phone, then you will find out what time it is. Whether it's 5g Ready, you think you're looking you're like, maybe I missed, maybe it's funny already. But you know, I have I need I need to drink water. I ate something very, very salty. So what do you do you go like this, as you say, you know, I'm not going to look at my phone. I'm gonna, because I look at my phone, there's a possibility that I won't be able to drink. Okay, so I'm not going to look at my phone, you have a glass of water, I'm gonna drink this glass of water. And then I'm going to look at my phone.

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Because if I look at my phone, then I will know for sure. It might be I might not be able to drink. So I'm not going to look at my phone. All right. So is my fast valid?

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It depends. It depends. It depends on what time it is. So you drink. Okay, if you drink after you drink, and you look at it, and it's not Fudger yet, then your fast is okay, that's fine.

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But if you pick it up, and it's budget time, then your fast is not valid. Why? Because you had the opportunity to find out. Right, but you didn't check up check. And then so you'd because you didn't check. Your ignorance here is based on your own based on your own negligence, you didn't want to check, you didn't want to look. And that's why the same way with the Qibla. You don't care. I'm using it.

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And then if it's right, it's right handler. But if it's wrong, you have to repeat your prayer, because you didn't make an effort to find the Qibla. But what if you know how sometimes you have the wrong settings? Right? Especially right now, you know what the time change moving forward? And you forget? And you're like, oh, wait, you know, there's the * you thought you have? You thought you still have an hour. You thought you still had an hour, but you don't have an hour because it moved. Right? It moved now. And so if it's already moved, just in case, you know, I mean, not now but you'll if it's the wrong time. Right now, I think we're gonna add an hour right? Yeah, Sunday. So,

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so first it will be at

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even later, it's pushing even later. But in case let's say you thought you had you thought you had time. And

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and so you eat and drink and then you find out why it was wrong. But it wasn't negligence on your part. Right? Or sometimes you're eating and drinking you have blackout curtains and you think you know this was not right outside. And then you realize, but you didn't do it on purpose. It was by mistake. You thought you could still eat then your fast is still valid. Why? Because Allah subhanaw taala says we're gonna wash it out. We'll take it away Jana. Hola, como el Hydral Abby abluminal Hydra. That's where the MAL Fajr had tired Hebei and Alico eat and drink until it is clear to you. Notice Allah hasn't yet had until it's clear to you. That means until you know, for sure, just

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continue eating and drink until it's clear to you. But whatever, it's not clear to you, you made a mistake. That means it wasn't clear to you. So but when and so if it's if it's a mistake that you made, because of one reason or another, then and it's not intentional, right? It's a mistake, then you're fast is still valid. It's just like when you're eating and drinking, when you forget. If it's not out of your own negligence, then you can still continue fasting

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another another thing?

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Is it for me it's permissible for us to

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to just look at calculations only to follow a calculation, or do we have to also see it? The Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam says so many Euro ETF, the euro, the Euro at? Can we do calculations like astronomical calculations too fast? This stronger opinion seems to be that it should be. It shouldn't be.

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You know, some somebody spotting the moon or seeing the moon, because the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, so Maduro at fast when you see it, and then break your fast when you see it. That means the end of Ramadan and the beginning of Ramadan starts with the sighting of the crescent. And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam during the time during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the Companions used to they used to compete with each other. They used to count on us yet around here. And as America they always said, people used to fight I mean needs to compete with each other. See who would be

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able to see the crescent. And so that was a sadhana because that was something that they were looking forward to. And they, they were looking forward and they wanted to see it. And so they were competing with with each other concerning that. And so one last thing and Sharla before we end, who are the people who are allowed to break their fast, the people who are allowed to break their fast are number one is

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a person who is sick, who is sick, and what kind of sickness a person who is sick. And it is,

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he will be harmed by that sickness, you understand he will be harmed. In other words, if it if he fast prolong his sickness, or if he if he fasts, He'll cause him to be more sick, more sick, and or if or if he's unable to fast because he's sick, then of course, a person who is sick is not.

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Doesn't have to fast because some people even when they're literally hungry, you know, when some people when they get hungry, you get hungry, like they get a little bit hungry in the afternoon, they get headaches.

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Right? Are you allowed to break your fast if you like, you know, you're that hunger that you get that you get headache? And or somebody who is used to drinking coffee? Right? Who is used to drinking coffee? And they might say, Okay, if I don't drink, you know, at the end of the day, it was energy because we used to drink coffee a lot, they might have a headache, is it permissible for them to break their fast because of that headache, we say that some if it's something that is

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weakness or hunger that normally causes this, and it's not something that is, you know, that will harm that person's health, health wise, then they can continue, they don't have they been then they should fast. Now, especially like, that's why those people who are used to drinking coffee that they have to everybody knows himself better, right? They have to stop drinking coffee before, like right now. So they get themselves used to it. Right right now, or, you know, start drinking less of it. But somebody everybody knows themselves, you know, like some people, they drink coffee, like in the morning, I drink for support. And that's it won't bother me, that's enough for me for the whole day.

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Right, and you're not gonna get any headache for some people, right. And so this this case, if a person knows that they're going to get headaches, skirt is very extreme. Unless they take care of it before then they have to take care of it for for right now. Because the fasting is obligatory, and by not doing so, then it's going to cause you to also break your fast. And so but if it comes to the point where it's, if it's extreme, then that person, if that person is really extreme, it's difficult for them. And they, if they eaten or if they start fasting, then it helps, then we say that it's still permissible, but they still have to make it up one way or another. You're gonna have

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to make it up. Right? But if you confess it's not harmful for your health, and it's okay, Chela, then you should fast. Another person is a fasting person who is traveling. And one mistake that some people make is that they, they intend to fast or they intend to travel. But if you're not a traveler, yet, you don't have the permission to fat to break your fast yet.

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What do I mean by that? Let's say today, I have a flight. Today, this is methanol, Milan. Today, I have a flight at 12 o'clock. Because I know that I have a tough flight 12 o'clock I can break my fast right? So I'm like, oh, you know what? I don't need to fast today.

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I don't need to fast.

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And so I don't I'm not going to fast. You're still home. You're not a traveler yet.

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If you you only intended to travel, but you're not a traveler yet. Once you're a traveler, then you can start then you break it you can break your fast. Do you understand why? Because what can happen

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between that time

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let's say you intended to travel and then you break your fast you're still home and then the flight gets canceled until six o'clock

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or delayed to six canceled or delayed to seven o'clock that's like after already then what have you done you never travel right and you broke your fast without without the rocks of traveling because you didn't travel you only intended to travel. And so in this case, you have to fast at least until you go to the airport. Once you get to the airport then you consider traveling and then once you're a traveler then you can break your fast and because if you do so ahead of time sometimes like I said that I know many times and in Ramadan sometimes I travel there Ramadan I'm thinking you know like Oh, I'm gonna It depends. You know, if I'm traveling it was difficult usually you know how fast you

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fast anyways but also is it better to fast when you're traveling or not? It also depends on your situation. Allah subhanho wa Taala wants ease for you

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And sometimes there's some tax there. Sometimes there are surgeons during the time of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, and the companions are traveling, nobody would be fasting except for the Prophet salallahu, Abu Bakr and Omar, and they will be the only ones fasting. And anyone who broke their fast nobody said anything about the other person, right? So all of them are of the first and the prophets of Allah holism said, lay seminal bill, a cm for suffer lay seminal pie, it's not of piety. It's not considered additional piety if you fast doing when you're traveling. That means you know how some people, some people that they're proud of say, Look, you know, I'm traveling man, and

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I'm fasting.

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Like this. It's not a it's not a point to boast about. It's not a point to boast about Allah have made it easy for you. Like Allah Who makes it's difficult for you then break your fast. So what should you do, you should, if you want to fast, you can fast. If you want to break your fast, you can break your fast, which one is better? It depends on your situation, if it's easy for you to fast and continue to fast, because especially right now, sometimes it's not difficult to fast. When you're traveling, traveling isn't as strenuous as before, where you're still allowed to break your fast because you're a traveler, but which one is better. If it's difficult for you, then it's better

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for you to break your fast. If you find it, it's difficult for you, then you break your fast, it was not difficult to not break your fast. And so depending on the situation and circumstances, it's the same way when you're traveling when you're combining prayer.

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You should not you should never combine your prayers.

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Unless there's a unless you feel like you need to. Like you don't by default, it's best to play each prayer and it's time. Even when you're traveling. You're doing the answer. Don't ask them out of Asia, Asia, that's the default. If you find that there's some difficulty you have, you're going to be busy in the afternoon for example, okay, let me pray Mother, let me pray out of there in a short time, or I'm going to be busy tonight. Multiple times time comes and we prayed mother was Asia. Or the time comes, let me pray over what was awesome. Because I have a lot of things to do this afternoon. Right when you're traveling, but if you don't have it, and you just can't stay, you're

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just gonna be in the hotel, then it's best to pray each prayer at its time.

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Because that, of course, is what I'm talking about. Getting closer, it's always better to shorten your prayer. You should never pray for when you're traveling. It's always best to shorten but I'm talking about gym, gym, it's best not to do it combining it's best not to do

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and the same with fasting when you are tired when you're when you're traveling as you find it difficult for you to break and fast. Because Allah subhanaw taala wants to eat for you. And that which is easy for you which is permissible is that which Allah subhanaw taala wants, but if it's not it's easy for you anyways, you know when you're traveling, it's easy to continue to fast. For me for example, I'd rather fast when I'm traveling when it's not hard, because I don't like making ups. I don't like to make up my fast it's always easier to fast during the month of Ramadan than outside of Ramadan. For some for some people so everybody's different. So inshallah we'll end it right here and

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we ask Allah subhanaw taala to teach us that was benefits and benefits from Allah decided

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yes, anyone have a question?

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How many days

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rather than just the next day? They start Sure.

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Yeah, it is one day only for after Ramadan. They eat the HA HA Of course. Then you have a Yama tertiary also. And I am at the shippers are considered read also that's the date the three days after eat. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said I am a tertiary I am actually assured with a gorilla. I am sure with the gorilla. These are the days of eating and drinking and the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala so it

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is four days eat. Then the three days that follow you're not allowed to fast.

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Well, no, that's That's it. But Ramadan, you can pass your six days afterwards right away.

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