Heart Therapy 9 – Hadith

Ali Albarghouthi


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Explanation of the ninth hadith in the Heart Therapy Series:
The Messenger salla Allahi alayhi wa sallam said: (Amanah descended in the middle of mens hearts, then the Quran descended and they learned the Quran, and then they learned the Sunnah.) Then the Prophet told us about the lifting of amanah and said: (One would sleep and amanah would be lifted from his heart, and a faint dark trace would remain in its place. Then he would sleep again and amanah would lifted from his heart and it will leave a trace like a blister, like an ember that you roll down your foot and it swells and you see it puff up but there is nothing inside. And so people would sell and buy with hardly anyone being trustworthy until it will be said: Among the children of so and so is a trustworthy man, until it will be said about a man: How strong he is! How handsome and eloquent he is! How wise he is and there is no grain of iman in his heart)
Reported by al-Bukhari (6497) and Muslim (143)

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So, today's Hadeeth inshallah we'll be talking about a man

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and the man

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and we'll explain the relationship between the two.

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And the Hadeeth will explain to us the position of a man and a man in the beginning of Islam and then how that shifted with time.

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So as always, inshallah we'll read first the Hadith in Arabic Then we'll read the translation and then we'll proceed with the explanation of the Hadith.

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So, both are reported via Bukhari and Muslim color so the lives of Allahu alayhi wa sallam in an Amana another that he generally follow by region.

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So Minister of Foreign sorry woman a

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woman asuna

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Nana What are we

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had this a number of Amana?

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enamorado No matter

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to me, I'll be forever.

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new ideas Amana, hatha yoga in the FIBA Nicola Nora doolin Amina Hatha Yoga, Roger de magilla ma, ma who wanna be he had the to her daily minima

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in Arabic. In fact, it's

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even if you understand Arabic, it's it's hard to understand this today because the language is

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is refinements refined language a little bit so it's not common language. So here the messenger sallallahu wasallam, says Amanda and Amanda, descended in the middle of men's hearts. Then the Koran descended, and they burn the Koran, and then they run the sinner.

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Then the narrator of the Hadith, who is predictably, a man says, then the prophets, a lot of them told us about the lifting of the removal of Amana. And he said, one would sleep and Amanda would be lifted from his heart, and a faint dark trace would remain in its place, then he would sleep again and Amanda would be lifted from his heart. And it will leave a trace like a blister, like an ember that you roll down your foot and it swells and you see it puff up, but there is nothing inside.

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And so people would sell and buy with hardly anyone being trustworthy, until it will be said among the children of so and so that is in this village or that area among the children of so and so is a trustworthy man until it will be said about a man how strong he is how handsome and eloquent he is, how wise he is. And there is no grain of a man in his heart. Right. So this is the Heidi

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of course it tells you in the beginning about what happened with Islam and the beginning of Islam and that Amanda descended. So, first thing is what we want to understand is what does this toward a man I mean?

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I think you probably use the word Amana right, this is an Amana or you can say this person is I mean, right? So what is a man what is the Prophet sallallahu Sallam talking about here?

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If you just hear the word Amana and here also the word a man, you will notice that they're linked. There are a lot of letters between them common between them. And in fact, they come from the same root.

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Amana an email from the same root.

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So what is the link between those two words in Word Yama is one of the books of

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a dictionary or Arabic dictionary. He says that what is common between them is sukoon.

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The stillness, the comfort of the heart. That is when you believe something, right? I believe in this thing. The heart finds comfort with it. It settles doesn't keep moving. I believe in that I'm comfortable with it. That's what you believing in something or a man is

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a man also has that

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sense in it a sense of trust, that is when a person trusts you, his heart also stops moving. I'm comfortable with this person, right? But how can I buy this from this person? This person this person agitated, right? until you find someone then you comfortable. Same thing with Emma, what do I believe this this this, you're not sure

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until you find something to believe in, then the heart settles. So this is common between them the comfort of the heart so cool.

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And they are also linked Amana and EMA does cause and effect. They're linked in two ways that I will describe in Sharla one of them is cause and effect, meaning that if you have EMA you will have

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again, if you have EMA you'll have among if you believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala and believe in the commands that he has, why of halal and haram and what he wants from you, then you will have a manner that people will be able to trust you you will give them what you owe them, you will not transgress their rights, you will not take it away from that. You will be honest, you will not cheat, you will not lie this what Amanda is Amanda is to be trustworthy. The state of a man or the quality woman is to be trustworthy. So if you have a man, you'll have a man

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if you don't have a man,

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something's wrong with a man Oh, there is no manual.

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So they're linked that way.

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They're also linked in another way.

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Right. And this is from a book called daddy in commentary on Buhari, he says that a man is a quality of the heart. In fact, that precedes email.

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that precedes email. And this means that it would force you to act in a noble way by which people trust you.

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So you're not lying, you're not cheating, as we said, right? You're not stealing from anybody, but you're giving everybody what they owe, or what you owe them. And you're not taking anything that doesn't belong to you. And you're honest, cetera, et cetera. So that's a trait of the heart. And it is connected to a man who's seen

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and it forms the basis of email.

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So it's as if a man is made of a lot of things. And Amanda is one central part of Amen. So the prophets of Allah, he was sort of in the Hadees. When he says, Amanda descended he wanted to talk about a man, but he wanted to highlight a manner specifically from within this larger image. So he wanted to speak about a man but he wanted to highlight Amanda specifically. So when he said Amanda descended, he meant a man descended, and when it comes Amana

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and in Islam, you'll notice that the prophets a lot of sentiments also in the Koran, we may call the whole by the part or one by one component. So for instance, when Allah subhana wa Dallas's work

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and make those who are making Roku, what is this reference to?

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Right? But Allah subhanaw taala called it what Roku

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and when someone came to the Prophet sallallahu cinema and he said, I want to be your companion in general. And he told him what

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to do. He says, help me to fulfill your request by frequently prostrating to Allah subhanho wa Taala This is in reference to what Salah again, but the prophets A lot of you sent him here is highlighting an important part of Salah that he wants them to concentrate on. So you can speak about the whole by mentioning the part. So for instance, if we want to emphasize just as an example, we want to emphasize for sure, inshallah, you know, for sure is right. So if we say, Allah subhanaw, taala, obligated, honest five times for sure every day, and you start your show by saying Allahu Akbar and you end your show by saying Santa Monica Santa Monica, we're talking about Santa. But here

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we're mentioning for sure why because we consider it to be an important part and also a product of saliva. So that's why we're talking about tissue. So you can mention the part but mean the whole diet. So here the prophets Allah, Allah, Allah wa sallam is talking about amanat to highlight Amana and its connection to EMA, but he's talking about EMA.

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So this is the way that they are linked.

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And when you think about a man in terms of trust, you understand me even more because what is a man?

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A man is for you to trust Allah subhana wa

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trust his messengers, a lot of them this is what a man is to trust what they told you.

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They trust what they asked you to believe and asked you to do that is

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What Allah said, is true.

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And what his prophet said is true. And what they asked me to do is beneficial and helpful. When you believe that then you've trusted Allah and His messenger. When you do that, then people will trust you because you observe their rights.

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So that's how a man and a man are linked.

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And to further emphasize this, what was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam known before his prophethood? What was the quality that he was known for? And I mean, right, and I mean,

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so I mean, it's not only about he used to be honest with wealth and money, people used to deposit their money with him salon use them for safety only, and not only about that, it's about honesty, that he's a mean and what he says you can trust him. I mean, what he reports. I mean, if he comes into your home, about your secrets, and what he sees inside, he doesn't broadcast it and share it with other people. That is, overall, this person you can trust. That's what it means this person you can trust, money, secrets, counsel, advice you can trust, he had all of that before he was a prophet sallallahu Sallam and before he had the man, there are lots of panels delegated to him. So that is

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also a link that tells you that a man and a man are linked. And the prophets have a lot of use and also emphasizes that by saying an amino many man I mean who knows so Allah and what he will unfussy him in the Hadith he says the Mormon is the one who people feel safe

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with or they trust him when it comes to their selves and their money.

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There their self and their property. That is one way for a person to know if he is a woman or not, is to see do people trust him? When it comes to their money or not? Does he cheat them or not?

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Do they trust him when it comes to their to his reputation or not?

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Do they trust you when it comes to their own souls or not? So we feel if we find that they don't trust us, then there is something wrong with EMA? Definitely there's something wrong be mad according to the statement of the prophets of Allah you cinema. So it becomes like a scale buy or an indicator. If there is a mana then there is EMA and there is no Amana then there is no EMA. Right? So when we think about Muslims today, and we're going to come to the lifting of a man when we come and think about Muslims today, what do you think about Muslims countries, right? And when a person goes there, and you do not find a man, what does that mean?

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The man is like,

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a man man is like a man is low, right? either individually or collectively, a man is lacking.

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And that is a clear indication that something has to be done to remedy that and fix it. So the problem is not just you know, people don't have enough at the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam people didn't have enough. People were poor.

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Yet they were also had a manner with them. So it's not just about people not having enough. Yes, these are difficult circumstances where a person would be pushed, maybe to steal and cheat, right? Maybe. But still, there is something to be said for a man in the heart that stops us from doing this despite our need.

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all of Islam in fact, you can think of it as among all of Islam.

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A man that Allah subhana wa Taala has given to you has given it to the Mohammed Salah law he was alone It also has given it to you.

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Because Allah Subhana Allah Allah says in out of one and a Dalit sumati will be with Jeeva. Farina yamina was putting them in her family had his son in Okinawa, lumen Jolla. So Allah says, We presented the Amana so what is this a manner that Allah presented, he presented it to the heavens, the earth and the mountains.

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The Koran, it's the amount of generally is the amount of technology the obligations, meaning Allah told them.

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This is what I want you to do, or this or you have this option, because this is a choice. This is not a command from Allah Subhana Allah data because someone will say, a lot presented this to the heavens and the earth and the mountains.

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They refused it. And they were afraid of it. It's not that they disobeyed a lot of panel data wasn't a command, it was a choice. Do you want to? So what is it the amount of technology the obligations that is, these are the obligations that Helen and her on my commands? If you do then you'll be rewarded. If not, you'll be punished. You have a choice. Do you want to carry this? So they said no, we don't want to carry it.

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Hamilton insan but the human carry,

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right? Allah says in no Canada lumen Jehovah, he was very ignorant and very unjust. So he was interesting to see that when Allah subhanho wa Taala presented and we have to believe that that happened, right, that act that actually happened, Allah spoke to the heavens last hope to the earth, right? And that means that they have an awareness. Right? And they can respond to Allah subhanho wa Taala. So he said, Can you take it so imagine the mighty creation of the heavens, and how great they are, all of this earth, and how mighty it is, the mountains in how magnificent they are. All of them said we were afraid. We don't want to take it because there is risk in it when you carry it.

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But the human said, I'll take it, and this was presented to Adam and he said Ah, so sensitive syrup was presented to Adam Elisa.

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And Allah says, very ignorant and very unjust is human. So, either it is because the human is very unjust and very ignorant. He did that and accepted that responsibility. Or it is we or after he accepted that responsibility. He proved to be very ignorant and very unjust.

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You see this or either that right?

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But so panela in this area. And the last of this I have a lumen Jehovah Allah, Allah subhana wa tada summarizes all of our humanity's problems, because all of our problems, they stem and they come from these two things, either ignorance or injustice.

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Because we are about what we are about beliefs and actions, right? Humans, they believe in the act, the act and belief. That's what we are. So if you do not know you're ignorant,

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and if you know but you act contrary to your belief, if the belief is just and you cannot act contrary to that belief, you are an unjust person.

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And that's the trouble of humanity the trouble of humanity is that we do not know where ignorance was swimming in ignorance. We don't know what is right from wrong. Should we drink? Should we not should we gamble? Just look at the debate that humanity has without the light of the Sharia without the light from Allah subhana wa tada about almost everything. form of government what is beneficial for people? What is harmful for people? What should be allowed or should be not allowed? Almost no clue. Let's try this. Let's try that. Let's try this. Let's right now. So there is no clear vision, right? So we're swimming in ignorance until data comes in and saves us from our own selves and

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ignorance and tells us this is right and this is wrong. And then you think, Oh, yes, now you can see it before especially if a person was not a Muslim or friends and wasn't on the right path. Is it before I really didn't know. I thought that this is right. Now Allah has taught me Now I know what is right and what is wrong, he saved me from my own ignorance. So that's the first thing that Allah subhanaw taala saves from with that revelation. The other one is injustice. I mean, know that this is wrong.

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This is not my money. Right? This is not my property. This is harmful rights to my health and to the community. I might know but I desire it.

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So I will take it I will steal from this person I will lie to him. Right? I will be dishonest. I'll take it. That's injustice. That's

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extremely right because I have a desire and I want to fulfill it. So Allah subhanaw taala says the Sharia and it curbs our desire. It tells us no there's a consequence to what you want to do. Because what is going to stop you from pursuing your desire consequences. That's the first thing all of you do this there's hellfire.

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If you do this, there's punishment even in this dunya to say okay, there's a price that I will have to pay.

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And Allah subhanho wa Taala also the Sharia What does he do he redirects your attention. Although focus on the dunya so much, there is something else don't focus on the Haram so much there is

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don't just limit yourself to what you see there is a day of judgment and also a heaven where you can have whatever you wish. So do your directs your attention focus and energy and proves your desire and so you can control it.

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And by that

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I mean humare metalla masaba can be known as Allah subhana wa tada says, When Allah saves you from it right? You become a safe person right you become a leader or an example to people that Allah says in the area that I just quoted would made them leaders an example in religion, lama sabara when they had patients and they had certainty in our eyes

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and see how these two things correspond to the what I said the problem of humanity because patience stops you from being unjust.

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It curbs your desire, right? You stop Okay, no

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I can't take this. That's patience. That's what controls our desire. And what can we it now you know, they have certainty and our Ayah that's the opposite of ignorance.

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And that's how Allah subhana wa Tada. Saves saves us.

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So we've discussed this and have the law.

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let's be clear about the beginning of the Hadeeth. When it says the Amana descended in the middle of the hearts, the prophets always cylinder is talking about who talking about the Sahaba immediately around him.

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And when he said that a man or email descended in the middle of the hearts, that means it's in the fullness location, in the innermost chamber of the heart, means that a man was very firm in their hearts.

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And that tells you a lot about the Sahaba of the prophets of Allah and he was also about us, and how we should seek to have a man and its place in our hearts. Meaning that he didn't say amen was just on the side or on the periphery or the eye on to the limits of the heart. You know, sometimes you know, you have a guest, and the guest comes in the guest is just allowed to certain spaces to go into your home, right? Not everywhere, you cannot just go anywhere, certain places, right. And after he's done, he leaves. So imagine there wasn't a guest coming, I'm not sure what's going to happen or just staying under our rooms, saying to the innermost went all the way inside. That's what a man is.

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That's how it entered and was established in their hearts. And that means that they really opened their hearts fully to Allah subhana wa Tada.

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And their hearts were completely attached and link to him.

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So there was no competition in the heart. As to Yes, there is a lot but there is something else. There is no competition, they gave their hearts completely to Allah subhanho wa Taala. That's how the heart can go inside. Because if there's something already inside, if there is already a current occupant attendant inside, you can't bring another person.

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But they took a loss of panels and all the way inside, because they were willing to give the heart all the way to Allah Subhana Allah. And Allah selected these companions of Muhammad Sallallahu send them for the Prophet, we had the best of hearts.

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And they opened it and Allah strengthened their heart and strengthened their image.

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And when that happened, they were given a man first.

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They said, and then when they were given a man, then they learn the Quran.

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And by that either amount increased.

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And then the Lord the Sunnah of the Prophet, sallAllahu wasallam, and then their email increased.

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And here, I just want to stop a little bit and discuss that learning strategy that you will find in this hadith.

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Because this was the best strategy

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of the best generation, that they took a man and when they had their email, they were able to study the Quran and benefit from it with it or from it. And they're even increased because of it. And then they studied this in and they're even increased because of it, they will reach the height of a man because when they came to the Quran and Sunnah they already had a man inside.

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Right? So I'll quote you some of the stuff from the Sahaba.

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So Judo brought the law from the Sahaba says, could never be so low to send them 150 on on hazard element in and

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put on some Italian, Navy man. He says didn't we've said we were around the messenger, so a low audio system and we were young, in our teens around puberty. And he says, and we learned the man before we learned the Koran.

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Then we wrote the Quran and it increased our email.

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And when you think about it, you know how much of the Quran was available to the likes of Abu Bakar? Or the allowance, or alley, or Khadija or the law?

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How much of the fun was available? Very little of it. Because they accepted Islam very early, right? Very early. So not a lot of the honor was available. But they still weren't a man. What does that mean that they learned a man means that they believe that what the prophet sallallahu wasallam was telling them is the absolute truth. Yes, he was speaking because he was receiving revelation from Allah and their heart, their hearts submitted to that they accepted that and whatever he is telling them is the truth. Whatever he's asking to do is the truth. So they had that emotion in so when you enter the Koran right or the space of the Quranic teachings with that heart You will benefit from

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You will learn a lot from it. But when you enter right without such a man, you will not get much from the Quran.

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It may still help you, but you won't get as much from the Quran. So I want to quote here

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while the yellow and this is reported by a hacker and mustard rock,

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he says, lock additional data in our in an email.

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Or I'll just translate it I think it says we've lived for a while.

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And we would receive the Quran before receiving we received the email before we received the Quran. For a while this was happening for us. And the soul would be revealed upon Muhammad Sallallahu it was similar. So one of us would learn the halal and haram and what he's supposed to learn about it. Right? Then I saw him in. So he says something that I witnessed. So this is how it was in the beginning when I saw him in

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retail and you had

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a dream and

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he says then I saw a man who would read or learn or maybe even memorize the entire plan from the beginning to end he doesn't know about the right and wrong of the Quran. He doesn't know about the commands and prohibitions of the Quran.

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So before they had a little bit of the Quran, but they would take it a little bit by little bit and learn what they need about it understand it, he says but then I saw people who would learn the entire Quran without paying attention to what the Quran is saying just words

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in through natural dialogue.

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But when he reads it, when he recites it, he's throwing it like throwing bad dates dispensing with bad dates, as if it's relevant, inexpensive. That's how it is. But it was very expensive for the Sahaba of the prophets, a lot of them and they wouldn't go beyond as we explained before 10 is until they understand them and they apply them that's how expensive and important it was to them and has an anniversary. This is from recorded in the Koran it actually hasn't mostly also has something to say and he's a little bit more strict.

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In the thing he says in the Quran,

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most of the and I'll translate and just mentioned parts of the Arabic that are relevant. So he says this Quran is being read by children and slaves meaning that people who are not yet ready to understand it right not educated don't understand it don't spend time reading it.

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Really they have no understanding of its meaning what am I What am I mean everybody kind of Loki taboo and Xena who they come over to me at the bureau. He says they're not following the command of Allah subhana wa tada where Allah says, a book that we have revealed to you so that they will ponder, it's is right, he says, this is where Allah Subhana Allah revealed it. When

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he left me alone, Allah, he says and pondering its verse, this is what following it. And Allah knows who's one who's following it. Right? So that's what he's saying. He says there are people who are taking this Koran, they don't understand it. And Allah is saying that this was revealed to you so that you would ponder it. And he's saying pondering the Quran means to follow it. Right?

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Well, lahemaa will be hugely helpful for you a lot if you do the by Allah. It's not memorizing its letters or its words, and missing its commands. It's not that he's saying that the inner had only a hula,

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aka hula method.

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So he says it even to the extent that some of some one of them would say, I read the whole Quran or I've memorized the whole Quran, I don't miss a letter of it. And he says will lie he had missed the whole thing. You do not see the Quran in his actions or character.

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So that's what he's noticing. Right? So that's what he's talking talking about, had they not had only

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two other phenotypes in why it is until one of them would say for instance, I can read the entire surah in one breath.

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Right? Read the entire psoralen What sir, that is, must be like a very long breath, but he says very long. Well I met her when he when he wanted to come out

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had an extra low financing. It says well like these people are not the reciters are not the y's are not the pious, when did the reciters before say something like that? May Allah not make their numbers plenty among people. Right? So this is an imbalance but here I am Allah is talking about that is you're taking the Quran. But why are you taking the Quran? What are you doing with the Quran? What is the benefit of the Quran?

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It's minimal. And that is a sign that the Quran is not being approached with email.

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It could be being approached as a profession,

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it could be being approached as an obligation that needs to be fulfilled, you know, I, we tell our kids, you know, you have to sit and memorize, will file sit and memorize. And then when I'm done, I'm gonna write, is this an obligation? I have to fulfill it, but does it impact the person? does it impact the person, that's the difference that they were saying between how they used to approach the Koran and how we sometimes approach the Koran. So what I want to say the benefit here is, it's not wrong, especially if you had children, you know, to push them into or to take them into Quran memorization classes, especially if they are very young. Because this was the custom of the scholars

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of Islam, even even up until today, right? Very early, they would memorize the Quran, four or five years old, they will start doing this right by the 789 10, they finished it, and then they move to something else. It's not wrong, if you want to do this, that that is an option. But if they are around 910, right, and especially in their teams, and the only thing that you're emphasizing is memorize the Quran. Even if they understand Arabic, it's worse if they don't, but even if they understand

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even if they understand Arabic, right? If the only thing that they're doing is just memorizing the Quran will produce people like the with the people that hasn't mostly talked about, because you have to teach them.

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They have to learn.

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Why are you reading the Quran? What is the benefit of the sutra that you're learning? What is Allah teaching from it? So it's not just a book of memorization? It's a book of guidance. Right? It's a book of guidance. So that you know, the senior Sahaba of the prophets, a lot of you send them some of them may not memorize a lot of the Quran, maybe a suit or two. But when it comes to actual application and a man, like the mountains, right, so if you can combine memorization with a man, you would put both the both of them together, memorization alone, it will lead us to what hasn't lost. We talked about people who take on as a profession, or as sort of a superficial task. It doesn't

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touch their heart at all.

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Different give you some examples of Amanda different where the Sahaba and their followers and the followers of their followers who learned

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and with that EMA we run Amana.

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And you could find a man in their society.

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So we'll give you here an example of a man

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of a person. His name is Eunice of niobate. He's from the Tabby.

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And he's a merchant. So a woman comes to him. He's from the tiger and he sells and buys. And he sells fabrics or dresses made of silk and what have you. So a woman comes to him and he says she says to him, I have a thought of has just a dress that is made of silk and wool. She says I want to sell this by it. So he says How much do you want to sell it for? She says 500

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so he says

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it's worth more than this. Some 500 is more much more one worth more than this. She said 600 he said he hydromagnetic is worth more than this. She said 700 he said he a fireman that is worth more than this. He continued to say this until we reach 1000 libata 4000

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men will become senior he is happy to sell it for 500.

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So that's an example of Amana. Like a lot of us, maybe today, some of us in shallow will be an exception, but some of us today, right? When he sees that he says that's an opportunity. That's an opportunity 500 Durham's that you can make there immediately.

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And it's not an insignificant sum, but we're talking about silk right 500 Durham's that you can make right there immediately without a lot of effort. But what does he tell her? No, it's better, it's worth more. So it raises the price, she raises the price, she raises the price, she raises the price, until it's 1000 sort of Hannelore right, and he buys it for 1000. He had another story, right? But somebody's coming from a sham.

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Right, and he enters the market and he says, who has a cloak, you know, that has has some silk in it, but other material as well, who has a cloak for 400. That's how much he wants to buy. It says we have it for 200.

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So as they were negotiating, the corporate prayer came, so he had to go to somewhere else. So you can leave the solder there. So he goes there, he leaves the solder by the time he comes back. He finds 400 right on the table, and his nephew is there. So saying what is this? He says I sold it to this map for 400. So he goes and gets them and he says listen, the price of this thing

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Is 200. So you have two options. One option is that you keep it and they give you 200 back or forget about this transaction. You can't take it for 400.

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So that person asks him, he says, Who are you?

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He says,

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He says, No, viola, you're gonna tell me who are you? What's your name? He says My name is unison nobody. That's who I am. He says, Pamela, he's from a sham. He says, when we are meeting the enemy, when we're fighting with the enemy in the throes of battle, right. And when it gets really heated,

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and we want to lose help, we say you're up the universe, fairly generous. Jana. It says, oh, Lord, the viewers, give us relief.

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So UNICEF, Subhana, Allah subhanaw taala. This message in response.

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That is, this person is just a merchant, like being very weak. You know, it looks like very humble, very weak person sitting there and selling and buying. But he's effect and he doesn't understand his effect. And this is not the influence of what he's doing. But his effect would be to reach the stages, right? All the way to a sham. Right? We're serious and what have you, right? We're people who will be facing hardship and they're not calling on us. Right? They're calling on Allah subhanho wa Taala. But they're eliciting that aboudi that Eunice has to Allah Subhana Allah for us

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to use hydrogen for agenda.

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So this is the amount and its effect this person had a man in his heart, and that's why he was doing what he's doing. Right. And another story this comes from honey Venable hanifa is also a merchant drama lady.

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right he used to do that. So a woman comes to Abu hanifa

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and she said, You know, I'm a weak woman. So sell me a dress sell me address for cost and this is an Amanda This is what she asked me why I'm a weak woman. I don't have a lot. Sony something right forecast the domain a lot of profit and it's an Amana

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so I showed her a dress and he says ticket for four Durham's think $4 take it for four Durham's. She's saying you're making fun of me and I'm an old woman, right for Durham's for this dress. He says no, I had two dresses. I sold one for the cost of the two except for their homes, for their homes remain ticket for photons.

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He told them it's a man, right. And he pitted her right he felt maybe sorry, not sorry, compassion and mercy. So he's willing to part with a dress that would make him richer and richer. But he said no, for her for Delhomme sticker that's almost free, as long as he what retrieved his cost again, this is the man of the Sahaba and the tambourine and tabea, Italian when they had email, and you can imagine, you know, what type of society they used to live in, right what type of society they used to live in, and the love and respect that they had for each other was something else does when you have Amana, you have love for the other person, when you have respect for the other person, you

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trust this other person. If something bad happens to them, you will help them. But when a man is lifted, that's what we're going to talk about in Sharla. Now, when a man is lifted, hatred settles. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam says in the Hadith, that the Amana will be lifted.

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And it's a gradual process

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says he says that the person will sleep and a man or a man will be taken away. Part of it will be taken away, and will leave a black trace in his heart.

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So first, why is Amanda taken away? Why is he not taken away?

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It's because of sin.

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disobeying Allah subhana wa Tada. That's why it's not haphazard, it's not random. There's a reason and that reason is that

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right? That people turn away from the last panel, forget about Elon neglect His commands, the consequence of that is even slowly starts leaving their hearts decreasing and diminishing and with that amount as well, which is because it's part of email,

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and it leaves a black dot, small black dot. And if you remember, right, we talked about before how sin leaves a black.in the heart remember, and it transforms the heart like that. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam says that departure of a man leaves a black.so. The consequence of sin also is what Not only that, it leaves a black dot also as part of human lives.

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And it's gradual.

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And the danger of it being gradual is what that you may not notice it. If you're not paying attention. If I'm not paying attention, you will lose it. That's why you have to pay attention to your email and to your heart and to your actions and to highlight and to hold on all the time. It's like having money. You know how closely you monitor your money. And you see it's 200 to 200 100 closes

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Opening again counted again still 200 400 close it again, right? Nothing, nothing changed, right? If you have, you know, whisper comms, maybe somebody took from it your panic or whatever, again to accompany the 200. Right? That's how it happens, right? Because you're worried about it. So it's the same thing that you should be worried about your email, not like or whatever, right? Whatever happens to my event happens, whoever wants to put, you know, his hat in my wallet, they can. We don't do that. Right? Take whatever money you want. Take my credit card. If you don't do that, we're worried about that. The same thing should be about our heart and our email.

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And this person who has not paid attention to his email, will sleep again. More sin more neglect more lefleur, more heedlessness, and more of a man will be taken and leave like a blister. Which is a more permanent and invisible mark. Right?

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Right. It's like a blister and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam describes it in the Hadith as empty, like an ember, right, right, that rolls on your foot, it burns it. And when you have a burn, you have a blister.

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So it's big, or it's it's big in size, but it's empty inside.

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And that's the state of a person who loses as a man, he puffs up, he looks bigger. But there is no email, there's no substance to this person on the inside.

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Right. And

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the prophets, a lot of them said that.

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They will say

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that when a man is lost like that, gradually, gradually, it will reach a stage where people will not find a person who's honest, except by traveling to

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see Benny Fulani, if you want to buy something, if you want to fix your car, if you want to find a good doctor, right? If you want good advice, this person over you have to travel, it's not just a person who's around you have to travel, this person is a person who has a man, not the rest.

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So becomes a rare commodity right? To be found.

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scarce, right? Because a man has declined. And he says to the extent that people will start praising another person. And they will say about this person. Now, imagine that they were praising this person is eloquent, he speaks well talks well and looks well right. And this person is strong and this person and this and that all exterior praise.

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And there's no amen that person saw.

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So again, the standards of people have been reversed. They're not praising for a man or anything of substance, no value, but how a person looks.

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And also how that person looks, doesn't reflect are all right, the state of his heart.

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And that's what happens.

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And how they who's the narrator of this hadith actually has a beginning to it, but it has a beginning and has an end to it, which we did not put in the main

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headings for today. He said that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had told us about two things. I've seen one, and I'm waiting to see the other.

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So the first thing that he said the Prophet had told us about is what? That the man has descended in the middle of the hearts of many. So I've seen this. I'm waiting for the next thing to happen, which is what the loss of Amana? I haven't seen that yet. But then at the end of the Hadith, after he narrates it, then he says, What about Allah is a man or woman already a ukunda, to the encana Muslim and

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Islam in Canada, serrania de la, familia

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de la Sudan and Sudan. This is rated by

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so it says in the beginning, I saw how a man has settled in people's hearts and how that society was. And he says, and for a while I lived, and I didn't care who do I buy and sell from? By I didn't care because if he was a Muslim, I know that his Islam will guarantee my rights. And if he was a Christian, right, I know that the Muslim official will force him to give me my rights if he tries to cheat me.

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And the young as for today, I will only sell and buy from this person. And that person. That is he had lived alone, to an extent or to a time where he started to notice the loss of Amanda and people.

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So there was once a state where it didn't matter to Panama. It didn't matter what Muslim you buy from what didn't matter what Muslim you sell to. All of them were honest. Right? All of them were honest. And that's what I'm saying that when a society has Amana and think of a Muslim society or a non Muslim society when it has a manner, people respect and love each other,

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and people are willing to sacrifice for each other and ate each other because I trust you.

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You're not going to cheat me, right? I trust you, and you trust me.

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But this can only happen when when they put Allah subhanho wa Taala before their own desire and you know, inclinations, Allah subhanaw taala becomes the thing that they desire, then it becomes easy or easier for them to have, because they're not worried about the dunia they're worried about a loss of Hana with data. So it's, it's it's okay to lose 200 pounds, 500 pounds, that's nothing. Right? What is greater what is more important, right? is what Allah subhana wa Taala thinks about me not that this money. So when that happens, the society is closeness.

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Right? But when the other thing happens when they turn away from Allah subhanho wa Taala, then I will put the dunya ahead of my head, or in front, or before my brother, I'll put the dunya before my sister. So I don't mind them right to lie to them and to cheat and to take their rights. They'll have no Amana, when he and she sees that for me, they will do the same, and they will hate me and I will hate them. And that's a society that is marching towards its own destruction, when they don't trust each other and when they don't like each other. And the way to fix that is to bring everybody back to Allah subhanho wa Taala that is the remedy and that is the medicine.

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in conclusion, what I want to say is that,

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if we love Allah Subhana Allah, Allah will put love between us, right?

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And if we trust Allah subhana wa Tada, right as a reward for that trust, Allah will put trust between us.

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And that first on trusting Allah Subhana, Allah to Allah must begin and must emanate from the heart itself.

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as it did with the earliest companions that Amanda descended, and a man descended in the heart.

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Lots of Hana data needs to be the thing that is most important in my heart and in your heart, not something else. I don't want to put anything else before and nothing is competing with him.

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And when you open your heart fully to Allah Subhana Allah data and trusting him completely and trusting His prophets a lot, he will send them completely, it becomes then easier to change, and to benefit from the Koran and to benefit from the sinner. Right, when the heart has not really submitted to a last panel to associate a man is not right there in the center, you have other things competing with it. So when you're reading the Quran, still yummy benefit, and the plan will help never, you know, discount that. But the other thing that is in your heart, the dounia or love of sell for love of money, still is competing.

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Right? doesn't want to give in doesn't want to surrender to a loss or

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doesn't want to surrender to his profits of a body. Right? So the best generation is that generation and we want to repeat of that generation and it cannot repeat until the hearts submit to Allah subhanho wa Taala and complete trust.

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And that's why we're trying to do what we are trying to do today because it's not today in everyday because it's not just to have a loved one lecture or one Hadees or one area. This is a battle that we will be fighting until we meet Allah subhana wa, right. And we ask Allah subhanho data to help us win it, and then to impart upon the next generation, right? Because you have to bequeath right, so you have to give something to the next generation, that they would have more of the last run of data than the one that we have. Right? So teach them a man right with the teaching of Koran, and make them understand why are you reading the Quran and why are you benefiting from it and how to benefit

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from it. So does that mean lol Hydra again, a reminder that next week in sha Allah, the aftermath of in shock, right. Zakouma long hair loss of panic along with a shadow