Ahmad Saleem – The Blessed Shirt #3

Ahmad Saleem
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the use of "has" and "has been" in Arabic language, including political parties and animals. They emphasize the importance of finding one's own connection to the creator and finding one's own connection to the image. The speakers also touch on the use of "has everything" in Islam, meaning that everything is possible and everything is possible. They emphasize the need for privacy laws in the US and around the world and encourage people to be mindful of privacy laws. The future of the media industry is about digital transformation and how we operate in the future.
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it's Villa Rama and Rahim overhearing a stain without people talking one or the other body mean rubbish luckily said anyway suddenly everyone looked at me listening fo holy Robin as a generic monkey yeah carried.

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Like so we stopped at the last word verse where Allah subhanaw taala says that what can Wolfie human Azhar who didn't that they just wanted to get rid of us of finding Salam they just wanted to sell him? So they so did we do this? No, we didn't do this.

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We did it.

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Well, yeah, I'd say Yelton Yes, my mistake. Well, yeah, it's a Yelton so we stopped at Georgia at the Yellowstone wotja at sejarah tune for our Salou reader home for Adela dunhua. Well, that basically means, I'd say out of tune a caravan came. We talked about it last time that Assange era is a caravan that, so sets we talked about it. For example, in a jar in Nigeria, we said Niger is a carpenter who acts or who does the act of carpentry, but for example, my DIY standing table, it does not make me a carpenter. Right. I just did something the pharaoh of Niger, so I did the act of carpentry once I become Nigel. Similarly, somebody who does to travel once he's called Assa l say

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Yara is somebody who's an expert who has expertise in trouble. So yeah, we'll tune a caravan that was accustomed to traveling, but understanding why the the home they sent they're worried the person worried is somebody who goes and fetches

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somebody who goes and fetches the root word of ourself who is what

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make a guess.

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the other three letters what are they are also who said that? Also, yes, Ra seen La Rosa, who also is basically you know, Arabic they say not Batoon Rossler

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a very easy writing camera. Now, but a camera that is easy to write upon. And from there came the message. And now the other thing is somebody that has ease of riding a particular camel, so somebody who has this ability that the minute he gets on a camel, it's very easy to write. So usually in the past, if you notice if there were messengers, those messengers they were called Rasul. They were called messengers because a they had the ability to easily write horses and camels and they were good at it. And second, whenever they reach their destination, they deliver the message right away. And from there comes Rasul messengers from Prophet Allah subhanaw taala. There where he comes to

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them very easily, but when it arrives, they disseminate it they pass it on right way they do not hold it back for ourselves. Also they sent were either home their fetcher for Adela della who, so he went and he dropped his bucket back in the day, the buckets were made out of leather. He dropped the bucket in the well thought out was shahada hula the minute he went in. Yeah, we should all he started saying what Glad Tidings good news. Heather Olam. This is a young boy. Why did he become happy? Because he knew that if he's a lost kid, we can sell him into slavery and we'll make a lot of money out of it. What so we'll be law. So what did they do? They did not want it they were not they

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were worried that what might happen is, is the owner of the slave for example, might come and say Oh, this is mine. I want him back or the father or the family might come back for several who belong so they hit him in the caravan as luggage so they made sure that he was covered up in a way not sure how that happened. But the idea was they kept it very secret. It also means they kept it secret this person or whoever the word his master was they kept it secret from others from the caravan so that you know the others don't claim or party people in power do not claim that person to be ours. Then well shadow who become an inbox no Wallah who it wouldn't be mad. Yeah, I'm alone. The amazing part

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here is Allah subhanaw taala was fully aware of what was happening then was shadow who be feminine. Now the word shadow or Shara is something really interesting. It is from the roof that are called in Arabic language

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that I had to do it with the jury because chef is sitting in front of the so

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There are letters that have dual meanings. And in that same letter is the exact opposite meanings. So Shira means to sell

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and share also means to buy

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Shara is Tara yes right the same root word is going to have both meanings.

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The same root word will give you one meaning and it will give you the other meaning. So, this is from those

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to sell and buy now what shadow will be feminine sin

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cheap price right busts in Arabic language buffs basically means it basically means to have depletion or or or to belittle something now I can delete in something in two ways become a weak case. Very important I can belittle it in come in the quantity the value was 100 I tried buying it or selling it for less than the value I sold it for 80

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That's income the quantity how the person came in said to me I want to buy one kilo of rice I sold him in 100 grams so the price was there but in how I sold him the kilo I did vos I depleted him I cheated him and boxing Are you know in our religion is haram we're not allowed to do that in our religion, while shadow who they bought him be feminine in value boxin It was like you know, very little

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few cents de la Hina Duda. Now, this is very interesting. They don't even want to do that in Arabic language, there are him or they'll hum was usually they would counter the drums until it would reach how many drums or Barina 40 After 40 It was weighed wasn't there would not count like it's too hard to come. So if you haven't getting silver coins, up to 40 they would count 12345 The minute it's over 40 They would have they would call they would they call that UIA

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and they would measure it they would measure it in UIA and then they would say one Opia 40 Durham's to Opia at their homes and that was measured in terms of weight.

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So over here, what they say is the Rahim Omar Gouda in our terminology, when I have few cents, when the few cents they gather up to make enough dollars. I don't count incense. I started saying a few dollars. When they go from dollars to hundreds I say a few hundreds when they go from few hundreds to 1000s I say a few 1000s I don't count incense. So that's what he's trying to Allah's mantra is trying to say that in their terminology, the Rahima were the sense.

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So few cents they were sold. He sold they sold reuse of Isilon for few cents. Literally. That's what it meant for in context of what we're talking about. The Ryan will kind of be hidden as the hidden and they actually wanted to just get rid of him. Right. They were indifferent. They had absolutely no connection to use of Elysium. Zoho is something that Zahida fee, I have no need of it. Just give me something and I just want to get rid of it. I love the straw, the one who bought us the violin he said

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he said alleged or who made Mr. Rajendra it he a creamy mouthwash. The person who bought Yusuf Ali salam from these, you know, slave from the slave market, came back and told his wife demurrer it to his wife at Kitty nemus Wow, who actually give honor mirth? Wha hoo, the place where he's going to stay?

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Question for you. Why is it important to give honor to space? Is it important to give honor to him or to his space that he's going to live?

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Why did he specifically specify, make sure that his place that he's going to stay is honorable?

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What does that indicate?

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Okay, but why specify

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the place where he lives?

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Isn't it better to say you don't want make sure you treat him well.

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Make sure you really take care of him.

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So when your parents they really care about you?

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Right? They really care about you. Or if you look into society, what happens when somebody gets you know, he starts all of a sudden starts doing well. What do they do? They're going to move into us

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All right house,

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they move into a better house, they upgrade their house, they change the countertops they do this they do that. So it's just a general human nature and then what it also entails automatically is that if his the if the place where he stays is going to be taken care of then by default it means that he also has to be taken care of. You can put him in a palace and then treat him like a slave.

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So that's the second signal to the woman to his wife was make sure that he is he's living in an honorable place automatically means that you also got a treat him with honor and then right after that it says I saw Ian Zeina and our hope is that this person might be able to benefit us

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again vana ona Duffy the who and there's a saying intercede, they say that there was you know, she was not able to you know, give birth she was you know, she she she was not able to give birth and hence they wanted you know a son in their life. Now Nefer Yun fina the root word of yarn for Anna is naffaa

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and nothing basically means my you Stein will be here Phil will sue the alien fire art, what you use are the things we rely on to ensure the things we rely on to get to goodness

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things objects could be anything whatever we rely on, to get to hierarchy to get to goodness, that is called never meant that that thing is beneficial to us things or objects or whatever or people that we rely on so that we can attain higher but I will not tell you that who we are we take him as a son what can Lika and likewise okay that you can likewise this is very important throughout this surah and in the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala time and again says waka waka waka Radhika

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what does that mean? That means what Karateka I am looking at use of it. You said the way we honored him with the dream and the way we protected him in the world and the way we took him from the well into the slave market and from the slave market into the palace. Likewise, we must Cana established and settled the use of Ali Salam, or for use of Ali Salam in this earth while you know I Lima who's and so that we may teach you so filing in Salem means that we will a Hadith from the interpretation of a Hadith from the interpretation of events or whatever is happening around around him, it could be sayings, it could be be sentences, communications that are taking place, whatever has happened,

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hadith is something

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that has a beginning and it has an end. That is where if you study Arpita, we say you know could Lumos you Allah who had his own everything except Allah subhanaw taala is had this I eat everything other than Allah subhanaw taala has a beginning and it has an end, Allah subhanaw taala does not have a beginning and does not have an end.

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Every module everything that exists is had this why is it had this because there was an event that took place and the beginning of that event started. So I have IDs, whether it is words, whether it is sayings, whether it is events, to be able to interpret what is happening, what is happening to Muslims right now in France to an event

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that we need a hadith how are we going to understand what is happening there? So he's able to go to not whatever is obvious, but what is actually behind remember we talked about the word that we that will is that outwardly it looks like a mic, but can I go back to the initial essence the true intended meaning of this particular event that is called

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the how we didn't have a hadith Wallah Hollywood I'm sorry, this is so powerful. And our football today was on this Wallah who Hollywood Isla Emery. Many times we all forget

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that in this world, whatever is happening to us, we you know, we get so involved in in activism and I'm saying this is a great thing we should all be involved in it. But we should always remember and have this this prison or this this. This these types of these spectacles that we see through our lenses that we look at this world and we remember and we remind ourselves, ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala Lolly goon is the one who has full power either Emery he upon his decree

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He's upon his matters. So whatever is happening in France is not something out of the decree of Allah Subhana Allah. Allah is valid he has full control over that

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we're lacking thoroughness but the majority of the people what does it say? Well like in axon Nancy lionmoon majority of the people do not know this.

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Oh, how is Allah's mantra so merciful and there's so much killing in the world? Well, hola hola. You wouldn't Isla Emery, Allah has full power, he is the one who has ultimate power, the word valid, generally the word, any word that begins in the Arabic language.

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It's like a tangent. But any word that begins in the Arabic language with the ln

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generally has a meaning of covering, generally,

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the above covering

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last year covering covering of the intellect

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avoided, to overpower or to subdue something below you to power less. Give me another one. Huh.

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The one who covers a lot of run, for example, is still far you know, the root word vasara to cover. Allah covers our sins. So then, in general, generally, majority of the words that begin with love flap, the covering or a cloud on your intellect, so you're not able to see what's happening around you.

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Well, now why do you go to Emory? Emory, He, Allah has full power over his matters what I can accept on Nessie day when I'm my beloved I should do and when he reached his full strength, the word I should the word I should that has multiple seeds. It says it is the age of 40 Some say it is the age of 33. Some say it is the age of 30. The majority opinion is it is the age of 33.

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That when he reached a should who when he reached his peak,

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well, I'm Bella should the whole thing now who took

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I tell you now who we gave us, we gave us a file in Salem. hookman hookman

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Hekima. To dabba in Arabic language refers to the range that we put in an animal and hikma to dabba, the rain that we put in an animal is what for us to be able to decipher to go left or right we can decide you know where which direction we want the animal to go to. From there came the word hikma, which is our ability to decipher between the two opposites.

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ACHEMA, or Hoekman, is our ability to decipher between the two opposites. And this is very pertinent to what use of it Sam is going to go through in the next few verses. So Allah says Allah had given him that ability to decipher between right and wrong between good and bad.

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Right? He had that ability to see that and really learn and he was also given knowledge from last panel Tyler.

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Why was he given that?

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What's the next part of the verse? What are their Attica nudges Eleusinian? He was given that because this is the reward of the ones who have exam who are most in need, who are the doers of good, their reward is Allah gives you

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knowledge. And Allah gives you how come ACMA? Allah grants you that ability in that deciphering the ability to you know, go left and right being able to see through things, but we have to have exam and under Obama they have said that I'm going to quote to you what Jefferson Beatty mentions about this sign, he says, and you know, you know, it was a very long thing but I tried to I'll try to summarize it for you in sha Allah, San us, San, the essence of Zion is endowed with Allah haka and Nikita that we worship Allah subhana wa Tada as if we see him for a lambda Quinta, who and if you're not able to see him in New York, he is looking at you. That is a skill that is the essence of axon.

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The essence is we worship Allah subhana wa Tada

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as if he's looking at us.

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Now once somebody achieves that what happens in is very bad. When you do that, then you get a full score in your data. Right now what is happening with WaterFire Salah is it's like we get in the Salah, and you know, it's like a check mark. Did I pray? Yes, he did. Do I get a full mark in that? Probably not. It's just that you don't you don't like you just pass him squeaked by because you've actually

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presented. You know there are some exams where you just show up and you're good like you're showing up as a good, that's what most Muslims are doing. We just show up to Salah

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do we have extended our Salah we don't. But what happens if we did for a second I just want you to think and you know, follow along, let's say you and I really struggled and strived and then one day we hit this where we prayed we did a vida we prayed one Salah with Hassan

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full exam

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then we walk away with full score we walk away the Score A Score 100% What happens is the net result you're filled with iman

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what do we not feel anything and Allah Samantha says in the Salah Tottenham in Russia, it will Monica. If you come and pray it is going to prevent you from all type of fascia all type of sexual misdeeds, so many people pray, it's not preventing us why because that Salah is not boosting our Amen.

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But let's say that the person who gets the Eman then what happens either so Allah Azza if the person is filled with Eman, he is going to ask Allah subhanaw taala Allah is going to give him Allah has a short as this in the Quran. And then why? Because Allah subhanaw taala says in the home in a gardener so anything that person becomes from the pious people he becomes from the one who are Riba the soil in the pious the righteous people of Allah subhanaw taala those that strive to do it isn't in the radar. Then what happens as a net result shaitan What did he say last Avena Illa radical

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l muffler same la sala Hain

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millet McCullough sin so if you are the ones who have actually done this last than Shavon has absolutely no path on you.

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Allah says oh no, I will make sure I will deceive every one of them except the ones that have this exam in their regard. Right? He can't come to them. And then what happens if anybody even tries to hurt you remember the Hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam because you become so close to Allah subhanaw taala that the Hadith says men either you already yell at them to who will help whosoever hurts my wedding, my friend,

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a friend in brackets who has strived to do exam for Ivan to who will help Allah says I declare war on that person. Imagine Allah declares war

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for you on the person that tries to hurt you

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may Allah grant us that rank.

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And then how do you reach that rank? So Imam shall pity he says, a mocha to fit Dini will win in constantly striving in our deen what you guys are doing trying to learn your deen and in our inand by worshipping Allah subhanaw taala with this thing that if remembering in the way he watches

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and Emanuela qua Eman does not increase except with struggle.

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And then Allah subhanaw taala says, and this is a beautiful idea, and I think Chef can end for this

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one Lavina Jahad Rufina Lena Headey Yana home

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learn the unknown.

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In Allahumma I love singing and this is where the ing says well let the Naja Duveen and those that strive fina in our matters

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in connecting Allah,

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fina their struggle is Allah.

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My struggle is Allah when Latina Jaha do fina Allah is saying not fear that you know

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that my struggle is connecting to you. Oh Allah, Lana, Deanna home Solana, we will guide them to our path.

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In Aloha, mahalo merci Nene

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in that hola hola my singing in hola hola. I love singing. Indeed, Allah is surely with those who are Mosinee who do exam.

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Imagine the reward of Sn one Allah gives your il Allah gives you the ability to decipher and Allah is right next to you the whole time you're struggling.

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We ask Allah that He grants us the ability to have a son in our

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okay that you cannot sell Marcin and likewise we reward the ones who have a son where our that will let you who are female at her and she tried to seduce

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was whoever you were at ha. And the problem was use of Elisa was in her house. It's not like you know, there were at a mall, right? It's just like, right now he was a servant or a slave, and I am under the authority of her.

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I am on under the authority of this woman that's trying to seduce me.

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And that's that creates an emphasis. Who Aviv at hand? I Neff CE wahala Patil, abou. And what did she do? She made sure that the plan was complete luck, but still a verb over here is mobile

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and mobile Avaya either written in Arabic language or you know, when you emphasize something related degree, a superlative degree or an emphasis can be of two types.

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So it could be of a type where it's mobile in the quantity or the mobile Bulava in

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number of times you do it.

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So for example, we say hola Julian, a colon, a person who eats a lot.

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That means that person could sit one time and have to hold large pizzas that are cool this person eats a lot.

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Another category could be a person a cool the person eats a lot because you know every single half an hour he's thinking about

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taking a small snack but he doesn't stop eating non stop eating. Both of them are from the superlative degree. Both of them belong into the superlative degree. Over here she did both. Well, Hala Patil Eduardo that is emphasis on

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she ensured that the locks are still like that donation box right there right where the SR is sitting. Or the donation box there that is called

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Jehan V has made sure that nobody can take a dime out of that. Okay, it's got a it's I don't know what that is a crowbar and welded and Masha Allah right. We had one breaking and she had from these like, you know what? Come back again. Growth. And that is called Local is no are you getting in there? Okay, well, Allah, and then the quantity number of times of wob not just one door, multiple doors,

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walk on it. And he said, she said sorry, we'll call it and she said Hey, Turlock

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high tech is basically come on to me. That thing was UCLA said, um, so when the when the word is louder over here, we talked about it before, but our that basically means that she was asking him in multiple ways. And Roger has a very high level of idea.

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Rather than like some people that have translated recently, you know, you'll find some of the translations or some of the videos, you know, I clips that come around, like, for example, she tried to seduce him, no, there was no seduction there.

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Because they actually came from a very upper class. So rahua is a lab rift that you ask very gently, and use try to send messages Bill Adam, with with utmost respect. But when he didn't get the message, she crossed all those lines. By that, she said, Hey, Tara, come on to me.

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Hey, Turlock is one of those words that has the most amount of recitations in the suburbs.

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Actually, it is the word that has the most variations in Salvaterra. I was not able to commit shift, you know, all the variations. You do

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all that hightail up.

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Pilot he Teluk

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call it to luck.

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Well, I hate to look. The fourth one is hate to look.

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That's it, right? Okay, so this has the most amount of variations in one word. Usually words have like one or two. This is one of those words that I think for and then the other 14 out there tend to rot and then the fourth era art in which you cannot recite in the Quran. There are other variations in those two, we'll call it and she said hate, hate Allah. Allah ma de la. She said, My Allah, I seek refuge from Allah subhanho wa taala. My other law is basically

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Danny, you remember the story in in,

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in Sierra, where was that?

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Sahabi has named that married Aisha that married prophets of Salem.

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I'm missing her name. So there was a there was a woman that married Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. So the rest of the wives they said you know what Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam loves this word or within the human issue Atlanta regime.

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So she got very happy she's like, okay, when I'm gonna meet Rasul Allah, I'm gonna tell her that

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So as soon as the Rasul Allah says, LM entered, she said, I will be let him in. I seek refuge from you. So he said this style De Lima,

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you sought refuge from the one who has always sought refuge from

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so my job is I don't have anybody in this world except a law that I can seek refuge from.

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That is my

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that's it. I have no hope left other than you Oh Allah. Muhammad Allah in a hoorah be Indeed he is my Rob cinemas why he made sure that I lived in a very honorable way in who indeed lie you flip a volume on the one who does loyal is not going to be successful.

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Law you flew a volume on the word law you flipped fella comes from fella fella is basically on for law is what a farmer what does the farmer do?

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He comes and he plows the earth, puts in the seed and takes care of that crop the crop grows and harvests

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Why did he put the seed in the first place so he can have the harvest at the end? So Fela is basically to to

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Yeah, it is to succeed. But the essence of ALLAH is to protect yourself from what you fear and to achieve what you desire.

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When we believe in Allah, and we have Eman we become from them of ln what happens we get protected from hellfire because that was that's where we don't want to end up and we end up getting what we desire which is Jana and in sha Allah all of us to be under the shade of Allah subhanaw taala on that day

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but I don't mean on a helmet mean on there are successful and that is the success to be protected from what you what what is the biggest fear of the farmer has the harvest will not happen to protect and on the other hand is what to make sure that you know whatever your desire actually comes out at the end.

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Lapid, livelihoods volume, a volume one we talked about it volume, volume is what girl che V lady Mahali to play something where it does not belong, the root word of volume and voila mama and voila man basically means to play something where it does not belong. When you do shit.

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Right when you are shipped with Allah subhanaw taala you have placed something in the category of Allah subhanaw taala where this thing or this entity does not belong you have done alone with Allah subhanho wa taala. That is why in a Sherpa lagoon, it's the greatest transgression you can do ship because you've taken something and placed it in the category where Allah only Allah subhanaw taala belongs. When offered him maybe he will have maybe her Lola I bow to her and Robbie Can daddy Cardenas River and who sue our fascia in the human regarding animal flossing. Well, I could have made to be here or have met or have maybe half this Lola or Abu Hanabi. This verse has so much

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Intersil if you're going to go read, you're going to lose it. And I'm probably going to try to summarize it for you. Two opinions are the most authentic in this. Well, I've heard him must be that she intended with him to do that for insha wahama behalf and he would have intended

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no so the first meeting is he intended until he saw the sign from Allah subhanaw taala the second meaning is he never intended because he saw the sign from ALLAH SubhanA

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Okay, there are two meanings. One is he intended well hum maybe Ha he intended her Lola or oberheiden Robbie. But that interjection is but since he saw the sign of his rub his hands he saw the sign from Allah subhanaw taala that thought just went away. The second meaning which for me is more befitting of Gambia because we have this appeared as Muslims and I'm BIA monsoon

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the prophets they're infallible

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Exactly. So after that we have as Muslims is an MVVM. So there is lots of stuff seen but says he actually had thought he was with her. He sat with her. He rolled up his sleeves like there's so much stuff written into

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See if all of that if you go back and look at the chain of narrations, many of it is just false or Kalam, or many of it is taken from Israel from the narrations of Bibles and stuff like that. Now we'll go to Hanabi.

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Now, there's a very interesting reason

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why Allah subhanaw taala did not just clarify it for us that you know, well after the Hemet V. He she intended him while Muhammad Allah, Allah could have easily said on my behalf, and he had no intentions of her.

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But when Allah brought it in the sentence wahama behind Hola, hola, Robbie, that he intended, how do you have not seen the sign from this Rob is an indication that if he had Allah had said When Muhammad we haven't, it means the man the thing that prevented use of Ali salaam to not proceed with her would have been other things to other than one could be that he's a prophet. But it could also mean that he doesn't have the ability. He doesn't have Camila or Julia he has something wrong with his manhood or many other possibilities would have arrived. But when he said Allah says wahama behind this indicates that he was fully capable there's nothing wrong with him as being a man here.

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But Allah protected him

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and he never even intended for example, you know, when we say like, I was thinking about it, like give me an English example of this right and I was thinking about is like, you know, when I say to somebody is like, you know, I was walking with Osama and if Mikhail was not there, he would have fell in the water. Did Osama fall in the water? No.

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No, was um, I didn't write I was walking with Osama and if Michaela was not there, he would have fell in the water.

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Did he fall in the water? No, he didn't. That same thing here. Exact same sentence same syntax. It also works in English.

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Okay hum. This is quite Lola is called helpful in Tina Indlu that it prevents the existence of whatever is going to come after

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cathartically nursery for animals so and likewise remember we talked about this Gallica the way we protected you use of valleys and the way we did this we did this we did this and the way we established you in the industry and the way we protected you from this woman that ICA like this Lina study for animals so we turned away from you as Sue which is basically what comes before for Asha Asha is a non sexual * whatever comes before that is considered soup right look at the mouth so you can say foreplay or whatever. In the home in a dad in law scene indeed he was from the ones who was from them or flossing Subhanallah there is a very interesting concept in our video,

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there's something called mouthless and Mukhlas

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what's the difference?

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And Mukhlas

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the one who

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Okay, so close, very close, more or less is Jahad Alpha casa. He struggled and he attained the level of loss. So he struggled, struggled, struggled, struggled, struggled, struggled, and he attained the level of class. Mukhlas is Allah selected him?

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So he didn't even have to struggle in the Nevada

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That's the way she is saying that nucleus is fat vocalist is fine, that it's the doer like the actual nucleus is the action being done like somebody has chosen sincerity for you? And we ask Allah subhanaw taala that he chooses sincerity for every single one of us here and we will come from the last thing who Allah chooses us. Not that we all have to put an effort right we can just say I was like, you know, luckily he's choosing and I'm waiting for Allah to choose me and brother trust me. I'll do good deeds and geologists waiting for lectures Monday.

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work like that. What's step up Alibaba, that Wakata camisa whom in doober wildfires, Aida Al Bab, Pa that matches that woman Allah wa Alika Su and Illa US General

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any so this whole thing turn into an action. So now he started running, and he was both were running towards the door. They wanted to see what she was trying to capture whose valleys and he was trying to run away and her shirt was torn from the back and as soon as they arrived Alfa say the halogen bulb she found her husband right at the door. Right away. She said that she turned the whole scene matches that women are either be Alakazoo what should be the reward of the one who tries to do

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evil acts with your wife with your and with your family in law use Jen he should be thrown into prison. Oh hi that Ben anymore they should be a torment or punishment. Why didn't she say she should be killed

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my uncle is raised smart.

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He had hoped like eventually he might turn around. You might listen to me and she loved it right Jean she fell in love with him. We're going to read about that. So she didn't want that she just wants him to turn you know in the present. Hopefully we can get him out some talent even we're trying to figure figure things out between us. Allah here our destiny infc He defended himself he said she is the one that tried to do thing me well Shahidullah Shahid Amin Alia and a person from the family witnessed all this in Cana commies who put them in double mean will double facade but if his shirt is torn from the front, then know that she is telling the truth who immortalizes the wife

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well who I mean Academy and and Yusuf Ali Salam is the one who's lying. We're in Canada needs to hook up dove into Google. And if you find that Camilla is torn from the back for Canada, but

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she's lying well who am in a Saudi looking and he is from the trutool ones. Fella mera camisa, who put them in doober when he saw the shirt being torn from the back by Allah in the home in Katy con, this is from your plot a woman in Acadia Kona Aleem the plot of you you woman is lean is great use of or use of added on Hurghada turn away from this forget about this. Consider it as if it never happened. What's still 50 and you women seek forgiveness leave them back for the matter for your commitment of your sin.

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In Nucky, continental Hartley in Indeed you were at fault.

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You made the mistake.

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The word 14 is very interesting. Because hookah or mistake who defines Hapa or mistake in our community in our society?

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Who defines mistake?

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How do we define what is right and wrong?

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Is food good?

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Is because I think you guys are all hungry? Who defines right and wrong? Yes.

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Yes, political,

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political elites, right? In the society in our society we live in right now politically, the design, right? So they are the leaders, they are the political upper echelon, and whatever they consider is wrong eventually trickles down. And then it comes down, down, down down all the way and then eventually everybody accepts it. Right? But there is no objective ways for us to decipher what is right and wrong, except with the help of Sharia.

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If Allah subhanaw taala is Sharia doesn't exist. There's no way for us to be able to decipher what is right and what is wrong.

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And I actually did a very interesting discussion that is now the five use and the sheer thing. I did a discussion on that you remember you were there too? You were not in that discussion? You were working at us now I did it about about morality and who defines morality? If you want to go and listen to it, it's very interesting. I take these five years and it's very interesting to to see how I posed questions like you know, I'm gonna kill this person helped me not kill him. And I said, you cannot use God in the equation you cannot use ethics about just logically prove to me society why I cannot kill this person. And and you will be surprised. There's no answer.

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And then I'm not going to go into this but if you're interested, go look up that discussion. It will be very enlightening for you. This really tells us that in the county mental health in that they had the ability to decipher good and bad which also is an indication some of them have assumed they said This means that she had a sorry, the that nation the use of it Salam was in the heck shoes and that King and all of that that nation had some divine revelation, because they were able to know what is copper, what's a mistake, they were able to decipher that. Allah God and this one field Medina Tierra Tula is easy Torah. We do Fatah and NFC. Now somebody leaves that news from the palace and it

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became tabloid news say went into the city and everybody was talking about it. In the city. Oh, look at this man in rattle Aziz. The wife of the Minister is like trying to seduce a servant or kind of thing is that even today, it's very sensational design. You know, it was like, like she marries her bodyguard. Right? You see these tabloid news when you go to, to to Sobeys and stuff he's like, you know, so it's

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So married her bodyguard is like, why is it sensationalized is like, Oh, how does it make sense? Like, you know, she's up there and he was down here, right? She was down here. It was up there. How did that happen? So it became tabloid news.

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And what did they say are the Chava this way I want to elaborate a little bit over here inshallah. So Shiva hookah is something very interesting. In Arabic language has multiple languages, multiple levels, multiple levels, and for each level, Arabic has defined

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a name for it.

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It's really fascinating. So she has multiple levels. The first is how

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I say in for healthier, I saw something as Oh, that's interesting.

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How I is like, I just, I just had this small inclination towards it, right. Now, if that thing that I was inclined towards the I love coffee handy if it gets

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cleaned to my heart, so we call that the Hello. So now the person got attracted towards something. And now his heart was connected to it. I love that there's a connection, it clings on to that particular thing that I love.

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And it's called Dally. I was thinking of like, English words for you to give you context. So like the first category, how is usually like, like, I have a teenage daughter, right? So so I do hear conversations of teenage girls.

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And then, you know, we're still cute. He's so cute. I was like, that's like, how, that's how I right there. Now, crush is the next level, right? crushes the next level, which is like, Oh my god.

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I can't live without him. Okay, like I was keep thinking about him. This is crush because now you are attracted to some because you find whole bunch of cuteness. And for guys, you find a whole bunch of hotness, but you do that. And then what happens if one of those clicks and that level is called Value crush, you're crushed with it, your heart is connected, but you haven't passed any communication yet. Then comes qlf now you ensure that the next day you're going to come and you're going to have Masha Allah and amazing fade and done up Chin chin strap and you're going to have a lineup because now you're putting effort and that is the word where you know in Shetty, we have

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something called the cliff somebody became a mocha left that is he became responsible ie there is now he is responsible for his actions. So Canada che he he made something mandatory on him that now I'm going to put some effort in this connection to see if it goes somewhere. And that third level is called Calif. Then the next level is a toboggan out Tasha ish.

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Now you send your you're prepared, and you start getting signals back from the other end. And that is why I'm always Arabic, you have something called ratio, and I ship and marshal, it's like complement one another. So there's mutual love going on between.

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And then the next level is to then look

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to the law is where Subhanallah this is like where you almost feel that you're suspended in the air like You're like you're on the Cloud Nine feeling of people love birds like to Denver, you're like in a completely different part of the world. And then the sixth level

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is Kevin

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Tebow basically means the person gets so entrenched in love, they almost are wasted.

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Like they can't think of anything. They cannot think of anything at all.

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And that is where you find that hadith of of the sahabi who would be walking in the streets for very moreif and Murray wrote the story of Meridian burial. Right you can look it up the story that he almost lost it and as soon as I left it I mean holy moly in every era. Isn't isn't it so amazing to see how much he loves her and how much she hates him.

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So movies and very raw and then next is who I am.

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Who I am as last level and who I am basically means some Your love has reached a level that now you are almost confused. You are like mystified you're an English we've seen that in love.

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And usually the Irish

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and after is the study load double

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And who am these three are usually when you lose your loved one. So it could happen with you know, somebody loses their loved one, or they fell in fall in love generally so much that they actually don't have. And usually you find this with the people who felt fall in love with Allah subhanaw taala.

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Right. That is why, you know, one of the best way to describe the scholars of the past, for example, you know, you know, people might say weird things about about Rumi or about other scholars. But when I asked one of my teachers, he gave me the best answer.

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Right. He said they entrench themselves in the love of Allah subhanaw taala so much, that their tongues were incapable of describing what they were feeling. That's why they wrote all of this stuff that today when you read it, like it's almost shit,

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right? It's because their connection was so strong, they were not. So when I sat down, you know, like, I'm gonna shift what happened to service. So I was like, more love, are you done? And he's like, that's the reason they were so Hadas, because that is why Allah chose them. Because they had that ability and that pain and that power that they were able to entrench themselves with the image they got from Rasul Allah, and they did not lose their intellect.

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Okay, so those are four levels for MSME. Right? Once you heard the mercury, Hannah, she heard about their plots, as I said, at the Legion, and she said, Oh, come on down. Let's set up a party and see what you guys are going to do in front of him. For ourselves. Elena called all of them were at that low number taka. Imagine if you all come over here, and when you arrive here, we've got sophistry? What's that an indication of? I mean, tonight's gonna be long, we're gonna have some fun. I'm gonna sit here and enjoy. Right? That's what the so finding the homework I should set up for them with DACA is like so forth, so forth, we were prepared for them. And with DACA also means amazing food

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for them. Well added to that him in Hoonah Sakina. This itself was an indication that it was a very posh society, they ate with knives back then. Like this was the very upper echelon of that society. They use knives to eat back then. Right? It's not something the French invented, existed at the time of use already. So now, we'll call it and she said to use of Elisa gyla You can come out onto them phenomena or you know acabado now when they saw Yusuf Ali Salam they said too

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harshly but an idea who know upon a harsh Allah they started cutting their fingers multiple times. It is mentioned that Allah has multiple understandings one is they took one spot and they kept cutting until it became a very deep cut. The other is they almost lost their minds when they saw the beauty of Yusuf Ali said and so they kept cutting themselves in multiple places. That is how the emphasis is over here Aparna that the cuts were deed and Tata Anna enumeration remember we talked about emphasis in two ways in quantity and in number of times you do it so it was in quality like it was a really deep cut and there were multiple cuts they cut themselves up with Wakata Anna idea one,

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both of their hands or all of their hands will call and they said hash Allah.

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Allah is pure Basha, this can't be a human being in her they love American Kareem. This person is nothing but an angel.

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A very interesting point here. Though remember they mentioned that use value serum was given half off duty Chateau German Allah subhanaw taala created German beauty and he divided it in half. And he gave half to use of it Sam? Where did the other half go?

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Where did it go?

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The rest of the creation all of us.

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It was given to all of us.

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And so was Rasul Allah Azza wa sallam given from that other half

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we're in the month of robbery with a well

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That Jamal of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam was never shared with anyone.

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Allah created beauty

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and that was distributed amongst the whole universe and Allah created beauty for Rasul Allah that was only for rasool Allah and it was never shared with anyone.

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This is our NABI sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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Lachlan alongside that.

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In her Illa Malecon Karim, he is nothing but a pure angel. Did they know what angels are at they ever seen an angel

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Why did they refer to him as an angel?

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In general, we all have an ability to conceptualize good and evil.

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And for us, the concept of shaitan does not create very amazing pictures in our minds. If you were to give every single person in pen and pencil and say, Can you draw a line for me, every single one of you in this room is going to draw a line in their own way. Because we perceive evil in from in based on our experiences, and our current emotional states. And whatever we go through those experiences define how we're going to look at beauty or how we're going to look at evil. So when I asked you to define Shavon, for me, and describe or draw, it's going to be completely different for every single one of you.

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Especially for those that are online, if you draw them and you know, you share those images, you're gonna be like, Whoa, it's very different. Similarly, when I tell you to draw an angel, each one of yours is going to draw Angeles your own way. And this is from the beauty of Quran and this is from the beauty of Tavira that Allah subhanaw taala gives

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into children and you will find, you know, children are really good in expressing these concepts.

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Because they don't have words to describe. So they, you know, it's almost like get on my son the other day he was walking he's like, he was like, you saw these you know, these poor flowers right? And they like about to die and you want to bring them in. So anyhow, when he saw the flowers, he was like, he's like, mashallah, you know, Allah subhanaw taala like so beautiful, like flowers, right?

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That's the only way you can conceive. Because his concept of beauty is like these flowers.

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And he knows that Allah is beautiful, he has no way other than Him to conceive how Allah is beauteous. Similarly, the same thing goes for gender.

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Or for radical Islam. Tony, this is the one you were blaming me for? Look at the beauty of this person. You are blaming me for this particular person, one of our two infc Indeed, I tried to seduce him first as some first steps one is different from Osama. Osama is he saved himself first that summer is he really struggled

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and yet he can't in the end of at the end of the day, he came out safe. So is that some of his enemies there was a struggle. It was a struggle I eat the the amount of challenges use of it Sam had was just unimaginable. First das Lama and he struggled his way out and protected himself the way each and every one of us has to save ourselves in the society we live in.

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Well, Elomi of Alma Amarula is junan And if we if he does not do what I commend him ie if he does not

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have the illicit relationship with me, law use genuine I'm going to throw him into * far into the prison. What I call that lamina solvating and this this a creamy mouthwash remember we said make his honorable his place honorable. I am going to make him from those who are insulted assaulted in in their honor Bala use of SLM in response to this he said rugby Oh my rob a sigil I have to in a

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surgeon is more beloved to me, me my other own any with that which they're calling me to. Well, let us refine Nikita Han and if you do not protect me from their plots, US will Isla Yin, I will incline towards them. The word us will come from Saba side ba Wow, US boo. It's also the same word using the Arabic language for a child a child sabe a children a small child. And what is what does the small child do? Yummy WIAA buttery.

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Write every little thing the child sees what happens. I want this I want that. I want this. I want this. Give me this yummy, no condition. Every single thing is easy. He inclines towards so us will delay that Oh ALLAH it's not that you know, us will basically means not that I will incline and I'll start acting like I will start having thoughts about this.

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A lot of people have translated this as Bhulaiyaa and I will just fall in and I came in. That's not the meaning the meaning is right now I don't even have thoughts about this. But if this pressure continues, there's a chance that I might break and I start having thoughts about these things.

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well a criminal jarhead

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Nene and I will be from those who are jacquelene. Imagine if the prophets of Allah rasool Allah, if MBR they had to ask Allah subhanaw taala for help, then what is the matter with us?

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We cannot assure ourselves a lot of times, you know, people come to me it's like, Oh, can we have no relationship with the opposite gender? Just friends, you know, we just want to be friends.

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Like you said, has everything I can guarantee you that.

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Right? It's different that you work with somebody in college and you have to have a work relationship that's different. But having a relationship with an opposite gender, just for the sake of you don't just you know, we're just friends. We chat. There's no such thing in Islam.

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If a prophet like us or exam can guarantee that none of us can.

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Where there is where there is was that saying where there is fuel, there's fire. Right? If there's fuel, there's going to be fire, so we have to be careful. Tomorrow versus left festa Jabba who rob boo for sarafa Animoca down there Rob responded, first hijab Allahu Allah subhanaw taala responded to use of violence around cassava and who Qaeda Hoon, and Allah turned away or deviated their plots away from Yusuf Ali Salam in a hobo was Samuel Aileen. He is the one who listens, Aleem who's all knowing some medalla home member Idema or will use Genin and then it became very clear to the people of the palace that the best thing is that this woman is really crazy in love with user varicella.

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And the best option right now is that you know, just to settle things down, let's just put Yusuf Ali salaam into

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prison, I use Chanel.

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I use Jensen who

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had Ducane until a specific time and was will address the matter whenever the time is right. In the end, I just want to end with a particular thing, which the story tells us the lesson one of the biggest lessons that we need to walk away with,

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which is that everything in this life has a price.

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Yusuf Ali Salam did not end up becoming this amazing, you know, ruler and disease of muscle and the finance minister of misery until he paid the price. And a lot of times, we many times we neglect this. Like if we went if we want Jana, we're gonna have to make some sacrifices, you gotta pay the price, you're gonna have to pay the price with your sleep, you're gonna have to pay the price with your Netflix, we all have to pay prices, right, you pay a price, you do pay a price to have Netflix. But you know, if you want Janna then you're gonna have to pay the price, what we're going to have to start trimming from our lives, things that are occupying us. If we truly want Janna gotta pay the

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price. Similarly, if I want to end I want to have knowledge, gotta pay the price. You can't claim to have knowledge, if you don't read, very simple. This OMA is the nation of readers, we should be reading all the time. If you want to have a good mention of you, then you gotta pay the price that when you're working with people, you got to have good relationships with them. And when they are rude to you, you can't lash out at them. Gotta be patients got to pay the price. And as Jim Rohn, he said, you know, as he is not driven Zig Ziglar he mentioned this, in one of this series, he says, in life,

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there's something very, very, very weird, which is, you got to pay the price up front, before you receive the reward. You can stand in front of the stove of life, and tell the story of life, give me heat, and then I will pay I will put some wood in you. You cannot go to your workplace at the first day and say listen doesn't you got to trust me? I'm going to do all these 30 days but you got to pay me first.

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They're not gonna listen to you. You got to pay the price first, before you reap the reward.

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And many times we forget this and the same is true with their data. The same is true whatever you're trying to accomplish in your lives gotta pay the price

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so Hey, so he's saying you got to pay you know, if you've got a cinema you got to pay the price chef, I go to the cinema to

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confession. I don't want to I'd like to know what I choose the movies go to.

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But it's not that I do it every single day like maybe like two or three times, maybe four times a year. Right? It's not that like there are there

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are times that I would definitely go there are movies that are definitely going to watch. But that should not be the ultimate purpose in our lives. And that's what you find the use of it. Every single time he goes through trouble every single time he goes through, he reverts back to who? Allah subhanaw taala let us be finding remember when you are stuck in life and when you are in a situation you cannot get out of it Allah who can get you out? Nobody else.

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Yes, you can seek help. But at the end of the day is Allah subhanaw taala who gets your control?

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Jacqueline Malachite. Oh,

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