Tafseer Surat AlAhzab #14

Adnan Rajeh


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100 reliable blood I mean Allama somebody was telling him about it and I said, you know, have you been on Muhammad while early or sluggish mango bad.

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So we recited up to it number 14

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And I hope if you're keeping track or you're keeping up with the, with the way this is moving, you're making some sense of what the theme and the purpose of Arby's it's a very unique one as a very unique theme. And it's different in my assessment of the source of the Quran and it's very different. I don't know any other sort of that's similar to it. Even though you may feel if you're reading other Madani sutras that there are similarities in the in the rhythm, but in the meaning it's very it's almost it's almost fully unique in the sense that the stories that you find love aren't repeated anywhere. The story of the Bible of Eliza of itself and conduct is, is there and

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only there the story regarding the prophets Allah Salem's wives is here and only here in the story of Zaid of the Allahu Anhu and Xena are the Allah Juana. And the fact that they Yanni divorced and the prophets I said, married Xena only exists in the sutra. Now that the common theme of the surah and the cluster of sunnah starting with ending with with rizoma is obedience BA, and booty and Islam and submission to Allah subhanho wa taala. And it looks at that concept from a number of different angles, starting with

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the longest of the sutras, and the most important angle of all, which is submitting to Allah and obeying Him. When things are difficult when it's awkward to do it when it's uncomfortable to do it specifically, when you're told to do something that you find hard to say yes to. And that is

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explained in the central idea of the SUTA is number 36. Will not get any movement. When Mina, either called Allahu wa rasuluh Imran and your Kula home will hear me him. There's never been permissible for a believer, either whether a man or woman, if Allah subhanaw taala gave a decree or a command for them to have choice. And they would, if you believe in Allah subhanaw You're a woman. And the moment Allah subhanaw taala gives the command you accept, you follow Him, you follow through, you don't it's not a matter of choice. It's not whether you like it or not, you enjoy it or not. And that is the central idea of the student falls somewhere in the middle. And it talks about all these

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different examples of where when submitting to Allah's rule and following his command extremely hard. Sometimes it's not hard, sometimes following the ruling of Allah subhanaw taala is quite convenient. It's easy, it's helpful, you appreciate it directly and immediately, and sometimes you can only appreciate it

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well down the road, meaning 1020 years, maybe down maybe you don't really appreciate it until you stand in front of Allah subhanaw taala You're welcome. And you look at your Musa and that's the only time you actually appreciate it. That could be that could be the scenario. The example is to insert like the examples given

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the Battle of the Confederates or the battle of 120,000 people coming over to literally annihilate Medina, they had to stand and that data first of all, dig a trench defended and then hope that they weren't going to be completely killed is the time that the Muslims as a group were at their highest level of fear the fears for their life so and this Quran phenom pages just gave us a psychological analysis and just showed us what was happening and how how some responded properly in many in many did not. Second Story talked about the profits that items wives.

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Again, we're invading his privacy privacy. So listen to hear the rest of the story. By the way, he's just an invasion of his privacy. Some

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job is more of a general one. But everything else is going into his home talking about uncomfortable and difficult things happening in his house, little law you send them and that's why today's is going to be different than everything else just because of that point. So talking about his wife, who is not being very happy with the financial status that they were living in, because I think so I'll just say I'm refuse to bring back any of the goods that would come from more or from anything, you refuse to bring it into his home. He got rid of it on the spot, he gave it away for the sake of Allah immediately. That's how he lived his life. And he told his wife, it wasn't getting any better.

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And he came in and address that and addressed certain issues regarding women in the deen which is another awkward and difficult issue within his just just addressing that in the deal is difficult. And then the third chapter talks about literally the most uncomfortable situation of his life. So the audio Salam, which is when he was told he asked to marry Xena was going to marry his na Cena who was the divorce see of Zaid who was his adopted son. And of course we talked about that in detail last time and how the whole point of the Sunnah is mechanical energy, human halogen, female federal law who that there is no knowledge upon the Prophet. So I said and regarding what Allah subhanaw

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taala told him to do. He doesn't there's no reason for him to feel discomfort, distress, any embarrassment or shame. When you're told when ALLAH SubhanA gives you when you do it, don't feel ashamed of it. Don't allow distress to be

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the main aspect of following his convention that you'd rather Find. Find your salvation and what He tells you to do. Subhanallah and you'll be much

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happier and you'll find these and the profits that I sent him for a moment within this

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story. Now he was with duction Allahu Akbar and Dasha Delphine F Sega Mala, who will buddy he, he hid inside himself what he knew was going to happen. And he feared the backlash for the sake of Islam not for his own. The reason was noble, some nice in them, but still, he feared the backlash of people, and he should have revered Allah subhanaw taala more and Allah subhanaw taala called it out in the Quran. And there was a lesson for him and listen for us. Most importantly, there's a lesson for us in it. Now the eye doctor this that we're going to read today are somewhere in the middle between two stories about his personal life and then another two stories about his personal life. So

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there are four stories that are addressing his personal issues on a social instinct in his home, his wives, his marriages, his issues that are you don't want this to be public knowledge. You what happens in your home, between you and your your wife and your children is not something you want everyone knowing about or talking about, you choose those who you can find and very, very carefully. And if they end up Yani telling someone something that's going to definitely bother you. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is going to

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is public leg is, is being put on display, basically, I think parts of it that are extremely uncomfortable in certain parts of his of his of his public life are on display in other parts of the Quran, but they're not uncomfortable. They're stories that are beneficial, and they're beautiful. But this one, these ones here, they're not as much they're difficult to kind of listen to what it sounds to them. Like I just said it, had he ever withheld any part of the Quran. So I said, if he would have withheld the aid from 37 to 40, he would have, we wouldn't have told those ones if he was gonna withhold anything back. But he didn t and he couldn't read it the way Allah subhanaw taala

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sent it to him. So in the midst of these personal uncomfortable stories about his late summer license,

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there's a couple of verses that talk about his status, just in case just in case you're reading any you misunderstand what's being said, whether from the person who's doing the interpretation, or you're reading it by yourself. And then you may think that the Prophet slicin was being criticized, or has been called out on mistakes, there's been no minimum, just so it's clear, his status is 123. These stories are just for you to learn, just for you and I to kind of gain depth to remind ourselves of his humanity some advice and then see how to actually follow him. Somebody said him in every aspect of who he was. So these areas are somewhere in the middle, right in the middle between

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these four stories, like after the second for the third, just remind us of who he was, and what his status is. And I love these I think they're very, they're very moving people memorize these. I had read them too much all the time. But then understanding why and why the answer was like that was the point because they have to be you'll find it quite quite quite a bit. What I mean, then you'll find it the Quran in more than one spot plays when Allah subhanaw taala talks about the Prophet sites and making a mistake, if I may. And again, usually, you're not usually but the profit sites and his mistakes aren't considered as sins in terms of what we call centers. It's usually just que la fille

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hola something doing something where there was something that was should be prioritized more like there was probably a better choice at this moment. But he wasn't committing a sin in the terms in the sense of what you and I commit on a daily basis. No so I said I'm sins are different

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on a different standard and different level of judgment. So whenever that happens, you find the client immediately talks about the status of the profits that they sent him and the most beautiful I had to talk about his status so there are usually following an area where he's being saved off Allahu uncle or something like that, either in the same suit on this rafter here is the same thing two stories in a row that talks about something happening in his home someplace that he may not

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have wanted or enjoyed sharing this with people

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when he fought when he when he had a disagreement with his with his wives and went and sat and sat in the attic alone for and wouldn't enter his house for a month. This is something that you don't want people talking about this

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nonetheless is reading it in the Koran until you're at the moment in the Quran. Everyone's gonna read this forever basically every single Ramadan we're gonna read this is where he's hitting the highlights we're gonna talk about them. So Allah Allah Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his life was there for us to to learn from every, every part of it, every aspect of it. So sometimes if the situations are awkward or difficult, or there are some discrepancies in it, there's I gotta come immediately to remind us of the status of Rasul Allah. So we can enjoy these a Audrina. So these are the least

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uncomfortable I

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mean, since we've started every time I sit here, I tell the stories and I see people's faces just screenshot but the no one no one's comfortable about listening to this. Yeah, and he didn't even know that the headcount of the holochain has decreased since we size with Lhasa, like just talking about the topics are a bit difficult because their stories either you haven't heard before, or you don't really necessarily enjoy hearing because you're not sure how to deal with them and in terms of what you're listening to, but these

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are the easiest, these there's nothing that's uncomfortable with these because they're just telling us you are the nominee. He's telling you who he is somebody said and what to do in order for you to be like him some of them to be at that level in order for you not to fall into the same problem he faced for that moment where he had knowledge where he felt distress and discomfort towards what Allah subhanaw taala had decreed for him towards what was destined regarding any marrying Xena he felt it was it wasn't a comfortable feeling he felt distress for him or didn't like it. He wished it wasn't going to happen but you know it's gonna happen anyway but it didn't it wasn't necessarily

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something he looked forward to. It was around you know, there is no homage and then immediately I had to give us something how do you and I also prevent or avoid finding hemorrhage in the in the commands of Allah subhanaw taala which is an important part of understanding so I almost think that Yanni these are the most important that exist in this era for us because it gives us gives us a few ideas tells us something and you'll see that the one idea with one command that'll make a whole lot of sense and show so we start with a number 41 Forgive me my voice is a bit

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ruined but we'll manage

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all those who believe

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was the Quran Allah the Quran cathedra

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what are the most important commands that probably exists in the Quran and it's perfectly placed in the midst of a surah that is telling stories that aren't repeated anywhere else in the Quran.

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At the highest level of of difficulty and lack of comfortability in the in terms of listening to them, stories that are controversial, issues that are difficult to understand that people struggle with it, they don't find it, they're not enjoyable. That's something that you listen to sometimes I'll tell you a story in the Quran. And it's just you love listening to you once and do it again and again. Now their story you listen to you find it's heavy, it's a heavy topic. It's weighing on you, you're trying to get you're struggling with understanding you're struggling with with dealing with it, you learn from it, but it's not the easiest thing to learn. Again, when we're learning as people

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sometimes we enjoy the topics we're learning and sometimes we don't, sometimes it's fun and sometimes you know, many times it's not a fun thing to learn. That's life for you. So here Allah subhanaw taala in the midst of this sutra, then he gives a command

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and the command goes bucola The current cathedra

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the concept of remembrance of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada I'm gonna take a few moments to talk about it before we move on because because you're probably wondering, well, what how does this What does have to do with anything? What is the concept of remembrance of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada has to do with any of the topics or the aspects that you you brought up in or talked about in the sutra, in terms of, of following Allah subhanaw taala his word when you're extremely scared, and you feel like you want to be a coward, but you're you're required to be brave, like steward like the story of how do you follow the word of Allah subhanaw taala when you're destined to live a life of poverty like the

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wives of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, when you just don't have money, you don't have enough for what you want and you're not you're not enjoying any life from a financial or social perspective. What do you do when when you're when you're told to do ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. You're told you're given a command by Allah subhanaw taala to do something that is socially extremely awkward and just not fulfilling

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Not not something you don't want people to know about like you're doing it but you don't enjoy doing it. You don't want people to seeing you do it. For example, yeah any any any any public act of Islam in a public in a public setting, whether you're working or you're a student or wherever you are, you don't want people seeing you pray. So you look for the guiding cloak i the area where there is less likely, or the least likely for people to see you praying and then you do it. And it's one of those Jonnie mashallah record breaking prayers. And then you and you go back. Why? Because you don't want people seeing you do it? Well, why it's a command of Allah subhanaw taala, but you're just not very

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open to it, you feel very awkward that you have to do it, you don't enjoy doing it. And he's saying the idea here is not something that is that is that is, so what do we do when when the issue is bravery. And you're in a position to being a coward, or the issue is, is accepting any lower economical status when you want money? Or issue is following the commands just socially awkward when you just don't want to do it? How would you get over these things? I mean, can you imagine situations where this is the this is, of course. Okay. I'm pretty sure right now, if you thought of it, you can even think of lots of circumstances where you are feeling this level of discomfort and

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distress. Because of an aspect that is attached to one of these three, that one of the three stories that we've listened to so far, just just the three that we've listened to so far, there's more to come, the suit is not done yet with with the with uncomfortable situations. So what do we do? So he says subhanaw taala. With kulula. The Cologne Cathedral, remember Allah subhana, WA Tada.

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If we use the word usco, as remember, if we're going to, if we're going to translate it as remember, then we'll say you must remember Yes, or remember him a lot. And if we use Ozcan, as remind yourself of him, right, then remind yourself of him many, many times, Declan cathedra, do this, remind these reminders, and remember him a number of times that is that is many cathedra. And nowhere in the Quran Do you have a you have a command of vicar that does not have the concept of customer somewhere in it, whatever he talks about, that he will talk about, you will talk about a high number or a high quantity of it, do it a lot. Now, sometimes we we understand there's two ways to understand this. By

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the way, there's one way that is the more traditional conventional way of understanding this, whereas you just pick up as a master and you count the number of vehicle, you have like a way to do it, you do 300 500 1000 I have people who do up to 20,000 a day and they

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did it up to even 230. Now they would do this to be a huge number of this behind that is very hard to work up to.

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It takes years and years for you to you know, to achieve that level of discipline and structure to actually do it.

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But also another way of looking at it is the concept of reminding yourself of God throughout your day and throughout your life. Because it's very easy. As you move through your go through the motions of your of your routine, not to think about Allah subhanaw taala in terms of your decisions, in terms of your reactions, in the way and your emotions and the way you speak and the way you use your body language and how you deal with other people and even with your eyesight with your, the usage of every sense that you have, it's easy for Allah subhanaw taala not to be the first one you consult when you do it. And you just work on instincts or just on any whatever norms or habits that

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you've picked up you throughout throughout your life. Right when you're in shape. And as you refer to any Mina, I kind of wonder who you just grew up based on whatever habits you're getting your dad let you pick up throughout your life. The concept of Vicodin is a is a is a an equation changing concept that was introduced

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in Islam. He's telling you remind yourself of Allah subhanaw taala often, many times, every time you have the chance, remind yourself of Allah subhanaw taala because it gives you the ability to the to think for a moment and to revise what happened in the last maybe two to three hours, which is the concept of Salah, which is the whole point of having a solid win win win. Musa Lindstrom talked about prayer

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when he was spoken to by Allah subhanaw taala What do you say? Welcome to Salah Talia, you decree. So welcoming of Salah to the decree and perform it perform your prayers, perfect the performance of your prayer, leave decree with the with with the purpose of remembering me. So vicar is literally the purpose of Surah it is the MCSA is the ELA it is the reasoning behind why we do prayers to begin with. This is a very, very crucial point. Whatever Allah subhanaw taala gives you a reasoning he gives you a rationale behind why you have to do something. That rationale becomes the untouchable aspect of the

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action itself. In Islam, there are three words you have to learn. If you ended up going into fifth corps, it was sort of your remote, you'll learn three words, you'll learn Allah Helcom and Hecla. And I say this a lot. And it's important that you learn these three words and just keep them in your mind. Problem is a ruling. Now a ruling has a hikma to it, Heckman means a benefit, what you benefit from this ruling, what are the benefits of doing something before so it goes like this, it goes a contract, but this is the this is a sequence, it's actually a sequence, it goes one way. So one way road doesn't go backwards. It starts with a reasoning a rationale, the logic behind it, this logic

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produces a ruling. And this hukum has benefits. Now, if you take away the reasoning, you take away everything after it, you take away the ruling, take away the benefits of it. If you take away the benefits, then what happens?

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Nothing happens. It's one way meaning it doesn't go the opposite way. You hold on to the reasoning for going to the room. And I'll give you an example.

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What is the reasoning behind

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Hanzi? are being haram eating, eating pork being haram? What is the reasoning behind it?

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That's a benefit. And we help you guys with the end that's a benefit. So you don't get that that's that's a benefit. What else? What's the reasoning behind it?

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That's it, we have no reasoning, he commanded it five, six times, he gave no reasoning for it. So the reasoning isn't there, which means this ruling is forever, it'll never change, nothing will change. This ruling doesn't matter how what diet the pig is on, if pigs come together, and they insist that Muslims eat them, and they start fixing their diet and working out and change. It doesn't make a difference. If you're if it's pork we don't eat, it doesn't make a difference. Because the ruling the reasoning has been has been has been sealed by Allah subhanaw taala. What we're left with is the outcome and the benefits. So yeah, it's all those are benefits. And it's

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totally agreeable, but they're not a reasoning. Now, what is the reasoning behind for example,

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a lady going with a Muharram somewhere? What's the reasoning behind that?

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Safety, the reasoning is safety. The reasoning behind all these different rulings regarding women is keeping them safe at times of when it's not safe. So this so you can read you understand what I'm saying? So at the time of the prophets, I send them for a lady to move from a city to another city on her own was insane. She was definitely going to be abducted it was it was almost a 99% chance to die if you makes it. It will be a story for to tell you for that till the end of time. You cannot you cannot move without being abducted. It's impossible. So I'm not hard on the concept of a maharam was very important to for protection. Right. So the reasoning was there, the ruling was she has to

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go with the Mahananda benefit is she's not getting abducted she's making we have less women and being enslaved, less rape, less murdered, less less. These are all benefits that you have. Now, today, for example, people who don't understand reasoning rulings and benefits or hikma or wisdom behind things,

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they hold on to the ruling, and they fight for it. The fight for the ruling, even though the reasoning isn't there anymore, in the reasoning been taken away the reasoning

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of her being saved from going between London to Kitchener or London to Toronto anywhere within the either North Northern America or Europe doesn't exist anymore. She's not at risk.

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Meaning those movements don't take away that reasoning. So he doesn't need a home to do these things. But if he's gonna go to Syria or Afghanistan or Somalia or a war torn area, then that ruling is binding because of reasoning is still there. And you're saying the idea here? The same thing goes for example, when it comes to what's the reasoning behind common

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recreational intoxication was Haram is recreational intoxication that is the reasoning. So everything that is recreationally intoxicating, is haram, one of the rulings is going to be haram for common and the benefit is 1234. Many many benefits. But because of that reasoning, not only is halal haram but we can say pot and weed and coke and whatever, just keep on going all types of drugs in every market but at the same time you're in pain and you go down into the or what do you think they're doing to you? When she tells you they count backwards? 10 Nine, what are you doing and you fall it's intoxication you're being you're being loaded from memory, okay, within your your arteries

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and your veins and you're breathing in and you're being put to sleep through intoxication. But it's not recreational intoxication is his medical intoxication. That's why it's not haram for you to go through into the O R and and enjoy the wonders of any logistics anesthesia.

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Wake up and people take pictures or videos of you talking it whatever you're saying. Because it's not recreational, it's not a problem. So the reasonings and rulings and benefits are extremely important. Why I'm saying all this. I want to try to explain

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He was vicar is the reasoning behind a number a number of acts of worship that exists in the deen not one or two number of acts of worship. Number one being salah, Salah is a ruling the federal Lea of Surah that the fact that Salah is obligatory that's a ruling. The benefits are many. The reasoning is thicker

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or yonder understand what I'm saying? The reasoning is Nick. That's the reasoning he puts upon Oh, Tyler, this is why and here's how I want it to be done. Here's your well I can I can remember you anyway. No, no, I know you can remember any any way you want. But this is how I want it. And this is the reasoning behind it. And that reasoning will never die. Because really the biggest the biggest opportunity that we have. The biggest blessing that we're given in life is is the ability to remember Allah subhanho wa Taala to to live for a few moments a day between standing in front of him amongst us experiencing His grace and speaking to him. jelajah luda is the best you can hope for as

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a human being and he within within the 24 hours that you live you have 1015 minutes of it well I totally enjoy it. But the concept the reasoning is that I'm trying to make sure that they could is understood in terms of what it is not only from an Islamic perspective it is the reasoning behind many acts of worship Salah being Yanni of course the staggering number one because it's such a it's such a fundamental part of being a Muslim. I'm gonna share with you a hadith I believe in booster Allahu Anhu

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Allah He said Allah Allah you it was salam fooled

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again to the Prophet it so somebody said yell Sula, go for a TATA Yasha Shabbat, Shalom or Dino shout out Islam. I feel like there's too much in Islam for me to carry. There's too many things just too much too many commands and rulings and reasonings and benefits and I am getting totally confused with all this stuff. He's a simple man. For more than a day in addition, he give me a command that I can hold on to something and you just hold on to like if I if I mess up everything else. At least I did that and that should you should get me feel. Is there something like that you're sort of ALLAH, so he answered him some aluminum foil law Yes, Lisa Nuka Autobahn with Aquila? May your tongue

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forever be moist with the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala is a figure of speech mean just if you're if the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala was liquid that keep your tongue moist I mean it just never ever go through it just never let more than an hour go by without moisturizing your tongue again with with the liquid or the irony of the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala else you'll you'll dry up and you'll Lily I know it's a figure of speech was a very deep one because you will literally dry up as a human being the farther you are away you are away from Allah Subhan Allah the more dried up you'll feel inside and you'll feel you know it and you know, you know that dryness

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is a perfect song is a perfect analogy, because that's exactly what you feel. If you're away from the message for like a month or two or three for whatever reason. And you just had a moment you'll stop and you'll see this I feel so there's something missing like I'm just I'm not happy I'm not I don't know what it is. I was happier like last year I don't know what it was about last year but you know it was about last year last year whatever you had more than you came more often than you look forward towards Ramadan and then you got busy one Ramadan and that ruins your whole year and you're waiting for the next year hopefully next year childlike and and you just keep on drying up and

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drying up to the point where where you're certainly it soil, if it dries up for too long water doesn't do anything for it anymore.

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Right like sand go to the beach and it's never going to produce anything tell us it's been

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too long for too long. For some, some soil can dry up to the point where they will never be able to produce any higher ever again no matter what. So, so be very, very scared of that if take but what does that have to do with with finding courage in the soil? Talking about how much mean you feeling distress or discomfort towards the commands that Allah subhanaw taala gave you how does that could help Oh, they could is what makes a big difference in at all if you are on two levels. First, if you are always remembering Allah subhanaw taala every single decision meaning you are programming yourself that before you do anything you say anything you act in any way you make a call or decision

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or a choice, you wonder or you go back and say what what would Allah subhanaw taala want me to do right now? What are the guidelines that I have that I know of at least telling me in terms of Allah subhanaw taala is pleasure or Jonnie anger with this anger him with this a pleasing what would it do? So if this is what you're doing all the time, you are desensitizing yourself towards the stress or the discomfort that comes from his from his commands because that's what you go to all the time anyway. It's not alien to you His commands apologize not something that you're living without and then someone comes and tells you Oh, by the way, that's haram and now you freak out because you're

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not used to the concept of haram. You don't think about it very often. The idea of Halal doesn't really matter. You're just trying to you're given a few rulings by your parents maybe don't drink don't Yeah, I need to convince you know, maybe two three things.

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They don't do them because yeah, he can't do them. But the concept of what he wants to what he doesn't want, what He commanded, what he did not commend what he

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denied, you are deprived you haven't what, it's not something that you're living with. And since you're not something that you're living with, then you don't really, you don't really enjoy it. And you're not used to it. And it's an alien concept. And when it's presented to you, you struggle with it, and you feel the discomfort, and you feel discomfort when I get questions

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about any aspect of the dean, literally any aspect of the dean, let's I'll give an example that has made me relevant.

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Now, when it when it comes to money, when it comes to issues of money,

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the questions are always going to be about something to do with, with Reba like something somehow it depends on the person and to what extent they are already within it. Like they're already Wade deep down inside the taking loans and giving loans and they come and I tell them well, it was haram signing contract that has a little bit in it is the signing, the contract that has a clause of ABA is haram, with a few exceptions that are that exists because of the fact that we live in like a credit card or student loan, any maybe a mortgage specifically, if you don't have with the condition that the school was put a few plays, anything else is problematic. You shouldn't be you shouldn't be

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saying this, they get very discomforted

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polish this you can see the knowledge, you can see the hydrogen in the eyes and in the waters because they're not this is not what they were hoping for. There's not they don't like it. Why? Because they're not used to it before they actually, you know, initiate a transaction or before to ask whether this is halal and haram, they're not used to it. You don't remember him subhanaw taala before they do this every time, but every but if you remember Allah subhanaw taala before every single time that you attempt to do anything, then this won't be a problem to you. Because you wouldn't have made the rapid first, second, third, fifth and 10th mistake and then come ask about

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the relevance and feel the discomfort of the answer that will let you can do it. Correct if you are used to having any inappropriate relationships with with the opposite gender for a number of years, and you're coming out well, what are the rulings about this? And I explained them to you? Yeah, you're not happy? You don't like me anymore. I'm not the person to go to to look for another shift. Let me give you a better photo because this guy is an idiot. He doesn't know what he's talking about. He's saying why? Because it's not because I'm saying something wrong. No, it's because you've already you did not you remember Allah his throat the last 10 years. And now you're coming to ask me

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and of course it's gonna cause you discomfort, of course is going to be knowledge. Of course you didn't remember for a long time now you have to defend, to pull out it's gonna take you so long and just excetera just keep on going. It works well on every level. If you are struggling with the command of Allah Subhan it's not because the command doesn't make sense is because you are already invested in the opposite direction for too long. And it's so much challenge now to get out. It's too much how to adjust to this discomfort is not enough comfort in it, it makes it feel bad. So what do we do? Do we still do we stick with the with the command? Do we look for a factor that suits that

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what do we do? You go back to number 36 is always good but will not cut any movement and when you ask God Allah who are soo Emraan a Aquila homonuclear

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there is no choice for a movement or a movement overload decrees it gives a destin gives a command for them to choose what they want. They can't You can't you just you accept what he gives upon Osada. You don't have to you don't have to like it.

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You don't have to like it. That's, that's the that's one of the main themes of understanding that you don't necessarily have to enjoy it. But there should be no homage for you in following his command subhanaw taala How do we do it with good Allah the Quran? cathedra try it.

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Try it. Try it on both levels. When you do thicker that's when that's one way right? I've just if you remind yourself before every reaction to have Allah subhanaw taala wonder what if he's if he's okay with it or not, then you will have no distress and no halogen is command. Another way another level if you are someone who this has to be valid, that second step and glorify His and exalt Him supine outside, exalt his status booklet and while seated in the mornings, and in the evenings, his book arrives in the morning, I'll see it as in the evening. If you do that a lot if every day you already Subhanallah behind you Subhanallah and I'll be him Subhanallah you haven't you Subhanallah

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hit him and you're doing it quietly 200 theater times stuff good Hola.

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Hola. Hola.

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Hola. You're making this we are doing these things for you. We'll find that slowly, slowly, your heart becomes more and more attached to the Name of your Lord. And the more your heart is attached to the name of Allah subhanaw taala. The more you are looking, there's Baraka that's given the prophets I said when he gave this advice to Abdullah who was so he wasn't giving him this advice. And he did quite him. He was telling him literally the key is the reasoning behind all the acts of worship. I'm giving you the key.

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I do it all the time.

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Before before Yanni, the era we live in, every Muslim had two things in his day. And this is this is prophetic by the way.

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This is what he has to say since I'm not making this up this actually what he has to listen. He had two things he had

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and he had a weird and every

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Muslim throughout history has always had these two things. And I don't know Muslims who are successful in Islam that doesn't at least long run in the long run Yanni has is a portion of the Quran that you read daily. It could be an idea. It could be a, it could be 10 years, wherever you want it to be. But it's a portion of the Quran that you read every day. And the prophets lesson was same and never Mucuna has been here for a couple of words. If you sleep one night, and you know you're tired, and you end up sleeping before your husband, when you wake up the next morning, make up for it in the morning, and then continue your date. Don't miss it. Like even he would tell Sahaba

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to make up for it if they had a hazard make up for it. And that's that's weird, is a certain proportion, a certain portion of remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala of decurrent this be heinous to fall into Helene, and how color and Hezbollah is a certain portion, you can start with the smallest amount.

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Start with 300. I'll give you a system to work on. You're taking this for a few months, and then we'll talk about it again until a few months from now. Take a simple system. In the morning. When you wake up research. In fact, you could see

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everything marked with that which we are taught tiny in many cases that there's a bollock in them. And then we do still far 100 times and then do Salah Allah Rasulillah Salam 100 times a Allahumma Salli ala Muhammad Ali Muhammad, in any in any form that you want to do with like you can do it like this, I like the Bohemia that you in prayer, or any form that you find that you you enjoy saying and just say however you enjoy it, and then say Allah, you know, in Allah 100. And those are 300 times, do that in the morning once, and then do it once before you go to bed. And just stick to that for a couple of months. And in three months, if you stick to it, we'll talk again, we'll talk again, you

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will find a difference in the state of your heart, you will find a difference in the level of your spirituality. And you will find this closeness and this just inherited acceptance of Allah subhanaw s command that will make very much sense why this is here. And if you're wondering why the English I still haven't been able to convince you of why this is so perfectly placed in the middle of this surah then when you do it, it will make sense to you. Because it brings with it with a vicar of Allah subhanaw taala it brings with it this acceptance of what he has what he says and what He commands is diligent, because you have drawn yourself closer to Him. And when you're closer to his

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vicinity. More, more of his commands make sense to you. If you're standing far away, then you may not be understanding why people here they don't understand. Say that interest is haram to a Westerner and look at you like you.

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What are you What are you saying? What's wrong with what's wrong with your brain? I guess it's not even a topic. They're not even a thing. Like the concept of him is not even something for them worthy of discussion. Why because they're so far from Allah. So these commands don't make much sense to them. Draw yourself closer to Allah subhanaw taala and you will see a difference in the way that you view his commands if

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you are someone that there are certain things in the Quran, or a certain commands of Allah subhanaw taala that when you listen to you can't make sense of it. Or it bothers you or or gives you some level of distress or you have a lot of questions on it and you get an answer you don't like the answer and you're still struggling with this one command of Allah subhanaw taala why that couldn't be anything to be honest. Yeah, it could be anything at all. Yeah, you could go for something simple as Yanni just making will do something huge as wise in a column could be idea is you have a job or an issue of

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interest and it can be anything, it could be anything at all. And just something that you struggle with you don't like you don't enjoy specifically.

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Try to try this, try this. Try these 300 morning, in the evening. For months see the difference. I am very practical and what I talk about, but Allah subhanaw taala does black and white and when you draw him yourself close to him and certain things you have to try bring yourself closer remember him the Conqueror Theo do it a lot. 600 a day is not bad. It's not a lot to be honest, you could easily do way more than that. 9600 actually to certain people is a joke game. That's how they stem kind of getting it just they do that when they're young he probably during their meals or something that's it's not even a number. Try that and you'll see even something small like that, that is daily, that

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you're drawing yourself closer to him subhanaw taala will improve your prayers will improve your level of stability and psychological stability in your spirituality and your calmness and the commands of Allah subhanaw taala will seem much easier for you to accept. And this is why these are just positioned strategically right there. You don't have the an AMA there's nowhere else in the Quran. Where is that? Explicit like the command of vicar? Is that clear? There are other commands in the Quran everywhere but nothing like this the West just the only reason the Quran Allah the Quran cathedra some beautiful bukata Well sila done, just do that. Just do that. Do that and see how this

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this problem will fade away. Just do it, do it and see and then we don't and then we don't remember Allah subhanaw taala and I talk about both types of remembrance. I'm not talking about just one. I don't believe there's much of that

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If you take an SSL certificate, no, no, that's not how you do it. That doesn't do anything. You need to, you need to know what you're seeing. Meaning you have to you have to make sure that you calm down you listen to yourself and what you're seeing. Slowly slowly bringing your heart and your mind into what you're saying. And then practicing that during your life. Maybe before you make a mistake before you make a choice or you have a decision to make you remember Allah Subhan Allah what's the point of doing Subhan Allah Subhan Allah azza wa jal and then I go and I do everything that is wrong and I harm and I lie and I hit and they harm and I take why the Where's where's the law in your

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life? Why is he only he and he's not the What is this Yanni hypocrisy or the schizophrenic effect of your any of your faith? It should be something that is parallel you remember Allah subhanaw taala in your life a lot. And then you do something specific between you and him. That's very spiritual, that is very, there's very costs, it's very specific and it's private. There has to be something private between you and him.

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Make sure there's something private by God make sure there's something private it'd be no one knows about. No one knows about no one can pull out of you. If they kept on asking you all your what do you do never say it. Never Say Die and don't say it never say it have something the only you and Allah subhanaw taala know about

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these things that some of the scholars and he had shared with us, he will be in Eco wellbeing Allah He said one lie and if

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he makes sure that between you and Allah is a secret that no one of his creations know of none of his creations. No, no one just something very simple. It could be to like it could be a few to be heard. It could be anything. deny it, if you're asked about it.

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Hide it from your wife, from your children. No one knows. But Allah subhana wa Tada. Why? Because that is how you get to floss. Because that's how you make sure this sincerity. That's how you bring yourself close to him. I would I would I would advise make it because they could do something that is it's easy to hide. No one can No no, no, no, no. I remember whenever a shoe

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would ask him would tease him because we know he would never answer Yanni. Yes, yeah. How many times do you mix a lot? And maybe now there's a hadith telling me that one of the Sahaba said yellow sort of like, middle sadati how many times how much should I do? It has to be thicker? How much should I say Allahumma Salli. Ala Muhammad Ali Muhammad was like Muhammad.

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What how many times for Carla mash it whatever you leave

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through a third Bacala hadal ends at the end if you do more than that's good too. For call chakra who How do I do half of me have this behind? And have you seen the loss of 100 data centers Watson's amongst a point if

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you do more of a call, I would say about two thirds

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of you do more it's also paid for quite a radical polynomial for them.

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And if you do that, then your sins will be forgiven and your home will go away from you. And you will find relief from Allah Allah Muhammad.

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Allah Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah so it makes a lot and I was asked him how many times you do it? Yes, yes. How many times you've never

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until he was yeah, you throw us out to send us out of the room come back again. Yes, how many?

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Gay I even wouldn't, wouldn't share it. Now Allah Subhan Allah.

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Allah the Quran cathedra was somebody who booklet and while seem to remember him, and exalt Him subhanaw taala in the morning, in the evening, do it a lot. Do it as much as you can for as long as you can. And take the pleasure of that journey and take the benefit and, and take the bulk of that into your life. And I don't want to say the word I pity because I think it's I think it's condescending, I don't mean it that way. But I feel I feel I empathize with with those who don't do it. And they struggle with their prayers and struggle with the reciting ation of the Quran and struggle with the following of the commands of Allah subhanaw taala, and struggle with the basic

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acts of worship, and they struggle with their personal problems of rage and anger and depression. And it just the lack of fulfillment and lack of purpose and like, do they occur? Any do it is the reasoning behind all the different acts of worship that we have that are personal, all the acts of worship that are personal between you and Allah Subhan the reasoning behind it is that they could what you're doing is you're remembering him, you're reminding yourself of him that you're talking to him. You're teaching yourself who he is, when you say when you do that. So there's different types, right? When you look at them, they are they're very, they're quite quite broad because sometimes the

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word thicket is a is a is an umbrella word under it a lot of different topics and it will fall is still far for example, yeah, and which is a form of cricket, you are acknowledging mistakes, you are promising not to do them again and you are coming up with a plan for the future to fix yourself. So the word of Stubblefield Allah, when you're thinking about a sin, this is building this is building your, your future you're preparing yourself to be a better person, you're improving who you are, by doing this too far. Because you're you're thinking about sins, you're trying to make sure you don't make those sins anymore. Not just think it's done for the last for the last half of it and then

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thinking about for effort, no, you're actually thinking about something you did wrong. And then and how that and how changing that will make you a better person and make you up to speed for example, this is the most unique thing that we do as muslims. That's why

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And that's why I lost by specified to speak out of all the forms of vicar within this. Yep. Because it's so unique to us as Muslims we exalt Him diligent.

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other faiths don't do that other faiths they give him a wife, or give him a son, or make him more human make them flesh and blood, are shown to be someone who was in rage, similar to man who has a vengeance and has Guinee human like pride and anger and human like sadness and an envy shows you God as some

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being that can be so many at the same time in different places, caring about things that are trivial and and just show you they show you God confined in time or confined space or so they bring down the status of the Deity supine once I bring them down. We don't do it as Muslims we do just be exalted from anything that could be understood, even with the smallest smallest fraction of a possibility

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as an X or something that is an incomplete incomplete attribute, no matter what it is, any laser committed he shaped nothing is like him supine, which is nothing resembles him in any way. He is exalted, exalted to pounce on every aspect, his knowledge is not like our knowledge the way he he here is not the way we hear any sees not the way we see. And he is capable Subhanallah it's not like we are capable, and he is strong, not like we are strong and he is the greatest not like how we are great. And he has eyes and he has hands and up like the way we have eyes needed. Like the way we have hands. He has to balance out and beyond our ability to imagine and Fathom judo, judo, tennis

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That's December. The word Saba means for you to claim that there is no an imperfection. That's what this means. I am claiming that he's not imperfect. That's what you're saying. That's what the concept of dystopia is to begin with. That is something your neffs has to learn, you will take your knifes a long time to learn this just doesn't like that. Doesn't like that there is a being out there that has these attributes. Because you're Neff seems so trivial and weak and worthless when investors invest the story. When I tell you that is who Allah subhana wa Tada is, your next insight is hearing that means I'm not worthy as much. I don't like that. Your nephew is very envious. It

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wants to be the best. It wants to be the strongest. It wants to be the leader, it wants to be the thing that is exalted, your next wants all the praise to come to it. He doesn't want anyone else praised, which although will tell you enough that there's a lord that has these attributes. If you think you're smart, he's smarter, if you think you're strong, he's stronger. If you think you're loved he is more beloved than you will ever be. doesn't like it doesn't enjoy. So it's tries to play around your neck starts to change the attributes of God. Human beings have always been doing that trying to make God more like humans. Make them more let us level the playing ground a bit. See if I

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can put my head in the head maybe a couple of meters. He's too great here. Let's let's bring him down a bit. Let's see if we can make him more like a human. And then we can relate more. That's what the next wants to do. As a Muslim you teach it Subhan Allah, You Say Subhan Allah He is no one is like him. Nothing is like him. You Elijah and it was beyond your ability to imagine if you see an imperfection Yes, not from him. It's from you. It's not from him. There's like a problem, because at certain point in life, life will throw you a curveball and it will walk you right in the face. Rake a few teeth leave you bleeding. Right right in the midst of your eye. You think life is waiting for

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you and everything is ready. It's all going uphill. And you fall so yeah, and he just flat on your face really hard. And then we're gonna blame.

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We're gonna blame.

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It turned to him. See why? You do? What are you doing? Subhan Allah Subhan Allah is there if it's if it's been there long enough. That will jump out at that moment to save you. You'll Say Subhan Allah Jalla Jalla Lulu, you want the example? Because I'm trying to connect the sewer together. Right? Go back to the first story. The first story the first story the Muslims they dug the trench they're done. And then they see 10,000 People coming what happens?

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They split. One group says My God and Allahu wa SUTA who Allah hoorah everything the prophet and Allah pointed Prophet told me the delusion told a lie. We're going to be killed. I need to go back home. I need to protect my family. This is not going to work. Yes little Our houses are exposed, yada yada and they run no Muslim see it? Or they say

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no, I didn't Allahu Allah. So this is what Allah subhanaw taala told us was going to happen while Sadhak Allahu wa rasuluh when Allah is Prophet are the most truthful when masa, Dolman this whole event only increased them Eman and what this Lima just increased them in their Eman and in their submission to Allah subhanaw taala that's all it did. Because the words upon Allah was sitting right there. They saw it It jumped out, jumped out in expressed itself or else or something else will come out. That was the nest in his doubts and his hatred and this envy. It's all it's trivial needs and whims and desires will come out and say something horrible that you're

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Have the rest of your life regretting that you said at that moment, sometimes can't even make up for it no matter what you do.

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And you're saying,

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Allah had you connected via WhatsApp via who bukata was always like that, by the way, is the shortest the smallest is in the Quran to carry the most meanings. You read pages upon pages of explanations and analysis and you're learning and then you find the solution and like, the word,

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two words just sitting together and oh, that's That's it? That's it.

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It's remember Allah subhanaw taala? Why do we come to Jama to do it as a group. So we just come together today Subhanallah together, instead of each one saying it alone, because I'm standing alone, I don't know maybe I'm never sincere about it. Maybe one of you are so we can say Subhan Allah together you say with your sincerity accepted accepts mine do because I'm good. At the door was open and the mice has to be made its way through with yours. Because mine is not making it so I'm not seeing it well enough. I don't have the level of sincerity, I don't have the level of of closeness of love that I need to have in order for Allah subhanaw taala to actually look at me and

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look at what I'm saying. So we look for someone who does. And then we say it with him, maybe maybe we say with him, it works out. So we come to your mind. And the Imam says it and then we say it with him. And hopefully hopefully one of us has an open heart and maybe sometimes none of us do.

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You ever know nice holidays. So

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but that's that's the idea. Different types of God, each one does something hamdulillah the concept of praising Allah subhanaw taala showing gratitude, feeling that you are blessed seeing the you know, the full part of the

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full side of the cup full part of the cup, seeing that there's something there's something to be thankful about. There's always something I can use to to be better to move forward to, to achieve something that's important to I'm going to be having that optimism that practical optimism is needed to live roles. There's no it's not like you can't live a life. So you have to see there's something there and hamdulillah if you're sitting around, there's nothing to say 100 an hour about

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one of two things. Either you are actually there's no one or two things, there's no situation where that you can't say hamdulillah there's no situation like no matter what I tell you, you're alive, aren't you then Hamdulillah you could have never been given like you could have never actually lived you could have no no consciousness wouldn't be a person, you're not someone you're not an entity that could have happened but you are hamdulillah count is always something that maybe we're not thinking about it, that means probably probably you just you can't see it. That's scary. Because sometimes if you can't see it, it can go. It can be taken away and you're saying it with thicker

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This is what thicker does when you're doing it, you're fixing all these little things in your life. You're improving who you are, you're making yourself a better person, you're connecting yourself with thee with the source of all the goodness that you need. Of course, after you do that long enough, His commands will become easy. His commands will have know how to judge anymore, how to judge aspect and element and you will be will be taken out taken out of his command Subhana wa Tada. Okay.

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So those two I want to take a I took a bit of a bit of time to talk about, I think I think you should revise this part of your life. I really do. I wouldn't I wouldn't have, I wouldn't say this if I if I didn't sincerely think that this is a part of your life that if you are not taken care of, I advise you to do so. If the vicar of Allah subhanaw taala is not a, a central part of who you are, and your Islamic practice and how you go through your day, I advise you to change that I advise you to find within your day 10 to 15 minutes, you could be spread out throughout the day five, here are five here five there, where you just sit and you just remember Allah subhanho wa Taala it will help

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you do it more oftenly during your day, because that's when it really matters. It matters during the day as you're going through your day. That's the point. The point is before I say something I remember, as you want this account, I know probably cursing his mother because he shoved his car into my life is not the best idea. Maybe Maybe I shouldn't do that. At that point. If you can remind yourself like that when we walk into the house and the house is a mess. And you're ready to tell your wife something Yeah, you just to meet your mate with this. Is this what Allah subhanaw taala want me to say? No, probably not. So if you can do that, you'll become automatically a great great

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individual people love to be around you. Because you're never gonna do anything wrong. Or yeah, you most likely won't. You won't do things run off and leave because you always often because always thinking about what Allah subhanaw taala would want and what he wouldn't want because you remember him alive. Maybe start that by doing it on the time that you got when you sit down with Cordilla

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let's talk for 100 Folly, who lost 100 handling of Buchla Illa Illa Allah, the most important word of all the word that yeah, he summarizes his whole existence. The word that when you say, Danny, you're hoping that you'll milk gamma that word will save you. It's it. It's a little piece of entity. It's an ID card. You have your milk Iam you told me that you're carrying it around later. Hey,

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can I get a cake? Yes, you can go for the

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I all the time okay but hopefully that this is gonna save you because if it doesn't nothing will really any at the end of the day if not you know in the law that you have doesn't save you nothing you'll see if you think I stand there stranded really wrong I used to be basically with nothing but

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it will save it'll save you imagine on earth the Hadith explained after I'm sorry for taking a bit more time than than I usually do. But I think it's something really important. We don't get too many

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because the way we read the Quran, we're going through from one story to the other sometimes we don't get a lot of opportunities to talk about certain certain topics and this is one that again, to me the where it's positioned in the Quran and the surah is the probably one of the most amazing things that we that Masha Allah everything goes except Except the data itself. So the Hadith goes, Man will stand in front of Allah subhana wa Tada. And he they'll start counting for him his his, his actions. And as they go through his digital as they go through his documents, his records, he ends up with 99 Full records of say yet just 90 plus ones stacked on top of the other. And that's all he

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has the other part of his scale is literally empty, and he just have stacks of say yet and this guy standing there totally and he's completely given up. He's totally submissive. Yeah, he's not objecting, he's not fighting. He's not arguing. Whatever he knows what he's done and he sees the result in class and they're counting for him asking me what I'm activity allows him I will ask him have my I have my Malayaka mistreated you?

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They they lied about anything I'm seeing. I mean, this is an insane amount of say yeah, job D Are you sure that this You did all this Ebola Monica? Monica T did my record holders Yaniv biani lie about this Carla, you know, and this is this is pretty accurate.

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As far as I can tell us almost everything I did I don't know how they kept track of all of it. But yeah, that's it.

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So he's he's already looking for the line that stacks up to join them to stand in line is crazy. So he's looking to leave and he said look, no one has to take me anywhere I'm gonna go by myself. But you're not daddy. He has he leaves tile cache and you still have we still have something for you that hasn't been accounted for in your records. If I

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call we found the ages. I don't want to talk as like a card or a ticket. I don't know what the * is weird word in Arabic. I'm not sure what it is in English. Basically, just a piece of paper, maybe this site, just something something documented on it. But God oh my gosh, no one has ever thought I'm going to do on either sides of my skills. Yeah. And you already have 99 You just make them 100 No big deal. On the other side, this is going to be quite valuable. I'm Ron and I had no one has mistreated today, come back. No one is going to be treated unfairly. Today, we're gonna loss of 100,000 No one has treated me unfairly today. If we owe you something, you're going to get it. So

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they present him with a GPA and only been taught classes written in the law. Apparently, this guy lived a life of total loss. But at some point in his life, he said this word with level of conviction and sincerity that rarely people have the opportunity for. So they take them off, and they put it on in the end the other hand of the scale where they should be but are none. And when it falls in, it plummets to scale so quickly and so vigorously and so forcefully that the other skill goes flying into the sky and all his records are just send them to the orbit, flying all over the place. And this man is standing there looking at it. And Allah subhanaw taala will say, Well, I

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could do my specie and there is nothing that outweighs my name, where they a squiggle, nice Michigan, nothing outweighs my name. Subhana Allah subhanho wa taala. Now, I don't guarantee this happening for you just just to be on the record.

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Just go on the record here, this is being recorded, I am not saying this can happen for you. What I am saying is that Allah subhanho wa Taala with his infinite wisdom of the certain circumstances of this specific individual, for whatever he had in his life, whatever story that led up to this guy living a life of crime and any and loss and but all it took was just one moment of truth, one moment of sincere and he thought and feeling for him to say a word that was powerful enough to to save him on the day of judgment. So say that in the law as much as you possibly can, he says

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in the law

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he will

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bring life back to your hearts by saying that you know, literally his words your hearts will die sailor you know in the law as much as you can no one saying that you know in the law, even your prompt even you don't do things on your prompt like I believe in that I believe that very, very strongly when you're doing when you're prompted do something don't do it. Only do it when you're told to say something of item that you didn't immediately say it because it shows a level. Yeah. We're bringing down the guard of Allah.

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Allahu Allah. Is his name subhanho wa Taala we say it and hopefully one of us is seeing it. Here we are

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He sincerely enough and it makes his way to the heavens and one day we find out the ballclub and whatever's going on end up saving ourselves

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talking about

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for the highest security, and that would be enough

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to be considered

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from remember Allah?

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I don't know, I don't think so. I really don't. But maybe, maybe I believe that whatever this tongue does in the heart does, it doesn't turn into an action doesn't end up doing much. If you can't turn what your tongue and your heart are supposedly feeling and saying, into an action that can be observed and recorded, then there's either the need, the channel is burnt and the cables need to be repaired where you weren't really doing it right. Now, for the example I gave you, that man has some story I need a person born into a family of criminals, drug abuse and guy and he just just total loss. This guy lived the life he had no chance he really had no chance in his life. But somehow he

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found any Allah subhanaw taala in a certain moment, any of regret and remorse and understanding of his sin. He said,

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Alana filled his heart. Yeah, and he couldn't save himself after it or it was too late. But it meant something for him. That's I'm saying I can guarantee this happening for you. Actually, one of the biggest problems we have is when we reminded me I need we take this, these types of ahaadeeth as a soothing piece of information that you don't have to work that hard, that will all work out for you because you said it once. Because Michelle, you've said it a couple of 1000 times so far in your life, so you should be good based on this. But that's not the point of these Hadith and that's not the only thing with Kula, Declan cathedra dude a lot lot. Some beautiful book of them was Isla

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acknowledges it his exalt Mr. Pyne was out in the morning in the evening every day of your life. So then Charlotte, it'll mean something to you, it'll matter to you. I just want to be I want to explain the fact that we read who will let you suddenly Alikum why do we do it your Why are you asking for this? Because you don't understand what's happening on the opposite. What's happening on the other side when you say La ilaha IL Allah you say what happens immediately you will suddenly Alec Allah Allah subhanaw taala is you see the connection you need to do a select came when the kid came it's like they come come in a package, but here's Salah is not from you to him, which is a

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connection and it's an act of worship. Salah is a word that means different things based on who we're talking about. You're talking about Allah Allah does. Allah subhana wa Taala in terms of showing mercy to you and showing love to you and gracing you when blessing you Subhana wa Tada who will love you will suddenly earn a commission he sends your His blessings, he sends his love he sends his connection to you Subhana

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Allah Iike to I could do the same one of them and I could do them and I can make dua read the rest of the Quran.

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longshoreman How will you stand behind me and you'll have them we're still following any Latina and Robin I will see as a cooler day of Ramadan. Well my follow friendly Latina tab would be like a walk to him either But Jiang Maga going around saying, yo Rob, forgive those who have believed in you and have followed your way they do Salah for you too. So when I tell you say, Allah say Allah, Allah because immediately Allah subhanaw taala sends it to you and send it to you. And if you don't, if you don't get any value with that, then that's a problem. Why aren't you valuing the fact that it's not about what you say? We aren't what we say means nothing. What he does when he hears what you say

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means something, is what you get from him. Subhanallah what that means something our words are just words just coming out of the mouth. They may not go anywhere, but it's what it is the it is the effect of these words. When Allah subhanaw taala hears you're making the good of yours, you're making that disappear, you'll suddenly pick up on you not about his profits. His profits is going to come later in this sutra and he talks about soda specifically, so you will have to use only Alikum Manju He says his blessings and His mercy and His love and His forgiveness and His baraka and his dough feet and his facilitation is acceptance upon you as me that he could do the same. Why you

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hurry Jacko, minute buruma t lindora. With that he will extract you in taking from darkness to light,

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you will move you from a state of complete darkness, to a state of light, whether here in this world is your ma or later on your milk era. It's the same it's all good. If you're any points going to be removed from darkness into light and be very, very thankful and that is something worthy of doing vicar all day and all night if that if we could just get a moment of that. What kind of meaning or humor in indeed he has been towards he's always been towards the believers or Haim extremely merciful. He's very merciful towards the believer just make just make the cut as much as you can. To here to whom your mail phone at home. There are salutations the day that they meet him Subhana wa

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Tada. These people who are doing the vicar were doing it the spear, whom Allah subhanaw taala is sending his blessings upon them and then we'll go doing the same the people whom Allah subhanaw taala is extremely and specifically merciful for when they meet him their salutations will be when he meets them said peace.

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I love

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Now that the word peace comes here, why? What's the opposite of stress?

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Right? The opposite of anxiety and stress and discomfort is a feeling of peace inside. When you're finally at peace, your milk gamma, you're not in distress. You're not in discomfort. You're not feeling

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awkward about a command that Allah subhanaw taala gave you is full peace. Salaam you will say to him, and you'll hear it back to him. Yo male pono said and this is the basis of the relationship there is peace from now on. You will find it in your heart. But I don't think you can find it in your hearts. You're welcome. If you don't find it here in dunya for a while to. I think it's a continuation. It's a continuation. You live a life and then it continues for you on the Day of Judgment and continue for you and Johanna more in Jana, as long as the political agenda. It continues for you. That's all it is. You find the peace here in dunya you'll find that peace of

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dhikr of remembering Allah subhanaw taala and dunya continues for you.

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And Karina, and he prepared for them a unique a unique reward May Allah subhana make us from those who who follow these shows I can block here so particular behind the kitchen