Abu Bakr Zoud – Fasting is a repentance from the temptations of this life

Abu Bakr Zoud
AI: Summary © Speaker 1 discusses the concept of fasting as a means of avoiding sexual activities and drinking alcohol. He explains that fasting is a dauber and can lead to problems, including problems with sexual attraction and sexual attraction in marriage. He also mentions that the first condition of doba is to obtain "by eating from the forbidden tree" and that "by eating from the tree" means becoming "by" and returning to the realm of Islam.
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Then Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam finally he said, For or a boy and your family were and I saw him and I like that my deeds be taken up to Allah while I am in the state of fasting law court. Even this is why in the visa Allah while he was alone would fast. Why would he do this? Why would he fast? Why didn't he mentioned something else like you would increase in your solar to increase in his solar car or increase in his recitation of the Quran? Why? Why not something else? Why fasting? Why? Because fasting is a dauber. Fasting is a Toba from the desires and temptations of this worldly life. This is what fasting is a Toba. You avoid sexual relations you avoid food you avoid drink or

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for the sake of Allah, so again, fasting is a Toba. My my brothers and sisters in Islam. Any contemplate on this? You know what brought us out of the paradise? What brought Adam alayhis salam out of the paradise? What is it food, food brought him out.

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Food brought him out. If it wasn't for the sin of eating from the forbidden tree, we would have been in the paradise. And the first condition of doba is to leave the sin. So if our first sin was food eating from the forbidden tree, that means that the first condition of our Toba in order to return back to the paradise is to Faust and this is Danny This is why I'm saying fasting is a means of Toba to Allah subhanho wa Taala

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