The Disease and the Cure #18 Sins Usher Worldly Destruction

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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused corruption, destruction, and death of animals, leading to people feeling sorry for their actions. The use of genetic engineering in humans and animals has pressured people to believe Congress has caused them, causing them to become worried. The negative impact of apologetic language on behavior and emotions, including shayretion, is also discussed. The need for individuals to address their own behavior and acknowledge their consequences is emphasized, as is the potential for people to become aware of their actions and emotions.

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As Allah azza wa jal to rectify our intentions, open our hearts and benefit us with what we are going to hear and learn and make it of the information that

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we remember and implement and teach to others. In the last hour.

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We're going to claim a demo lie still the course of explaining the effects of sins,

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the multiple and many effects of sins.

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And, of course, all of that, and each one of them as it's mentioned, it's supposed to

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remind us

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that whenever we do this, whenever we do that, whenever we anger Allah, oxygen must have an effect. And so he's saying, let's have a preview of all of these effects so that the next time you want to do it, you're aware of the extent of destruction and calamity that these sins are producing. So it's not really limited. And so one of the things that he will be talking about today, which kind of we talked about hinted at before, but now he's going to talk about in a little bit more detail. He says women are 30 denoble massive, there are effects and due to fill out the environmental Fossati Phil Mia, he will have he was zero 31 Masek and that this since they produce corruptions in the water in

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the air in the plants and the fruits and in dwellings, meaning widespread corruption. So these scents translate into corruption in the land. He says as Allah Azza didn't said, have a horrid facade of Wilbur we will Buhari be meqasa but he didn't leave the home bug Allah the Amarula Aloha, I'm here to do your own. He said that corruption is a has appeared is visible,

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inland and see

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because of what people's hands have earned, because of what people have done, so that Allah will make them taste some of what they have done. So perhaps they will come back they will retreat and repent. So corruption and he's going to explain this in sha Allah, what is meant by this and what is meant by that. So as corruption is manifest and is clear, inland and the sea, right, because of what what peoples had a hands up earn because of what we are doing, you are seeing more and more corruption in the land. Things that change,

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changes to things that decay diseases. We'll talk about that so Allah Mujahid, either when he Avaya Mousavi Lumi will facade he says when the unjust the oppressor has power, he will advance oppression he will rule with oppression with injustice. So Allah azza wa jal holds back the rain. And so the progeny they'll plant the plants in the progeny they die because of it because of the lack of rain because of famine because of drought. And Allah does not love corruption. So if the that the aggressor, the oppressor, the unjust he rules, he spreads what

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up oppression and injustice. So Allah azza wa jal because of that spread of injustice, he holds back the rain. So that causes corruption in the land. People die in animals dies and can crops die, so Allah azza wa jal system Makara then he said Mujahid the Haram facade of ill variable Buhari the idea that we just read, then he said, He's Mujahid continues, he says, By Allah it is not this see? Or it's not this water that you water of yours water that you think of what I can could look at it in Adama injured in for Hua he says that every city or every village on the shore, that's the sea that is meant by the area. And then he also he repeats what a creamier said, which he said about the

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same thing. WakaWaka Tada. I'm Roberto, I'm with you on Melbourne for our reef. He says as far as part of the Harold fissara Phil Berry is his bar is inland and he says Al bajas bar is meant is that cities on the shore. So that is here one opinion in the area, right one opinion in the area. And the other opinion in the area which he did not mention here, Rahim Allah is that it is actually the land in the sea. Alright, so there's one opinion that says, Al Bahar is worth any body of water. Right. So, freshwater, saltwater any body of water and the land, both of them. The other opinion says no, it's all about land but inland deep inside when there is no sea or no body of water. And when that

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is on the shore on the body of land, right whether it's river

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or not so even okay in continues he says I've had some Allahu Allah DMARD either Bara this is if you're interested in language he says Allah Azza did is called freshwater also Bara

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so among our speakers today if you see Bihar what do they think of?

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Seawater, the ocean right seawater, but he says no in the Quran Allah azza wa jal also called freshwater Baja as well. He says well my Ester will Mahan had the other one for autumn say one Sharapova the millennial judge. He says the two types of water the two bahaar are not equal. This is another one for our this is fresh, easy palatable easiest kind of to drink set a one shot all right, we'll have the middle one oh judge and this is bitter and salty. So you can drink this, but you can drink this is the not the same, but both of them are called what Bihar in the Arabic language. And he says what he said Will Allah me by Harun hun moonwalked, if he says in there is in, in the land

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or in creation, there is no fresh water that is stagnant. Right? And by that I understand from Abraham Allah, because obviously lakes are more or less what they're stagnant is not running. But I think allow them he means that they're being fed by running water. They're always fed by running water, the oceans, right? Our Oceans, they're just standing in their place as salty water, but fresh water, there's also a solid, new water that is always feeding it. Right. So et cetera, et cetera, et Cie, kind of, it's a tech technicality here that he's engaged in. And what kind of news aid he said that it mutates a viral facade of delivery. Well, he said,

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Wallah what Allah means by facade here are sins not corruption in the land, not destruction, not famine, not the alteration of nature. No, he says, It is sins. He said, If he wants mean if the meaning is sin, then sin is the cause of corruption. That's one interpretation of the idea. And if he wants that, if he means that the facade is the manifest as the consequence of sin, then it means that luthier Kahan bodalla, the Emmylou Allah is showing them some of what they are doing. So basically, what he's saying is the idea, either Allah as is really saying that sins are apparent, have become widespread and apparent in the land. And Allah once through that. So have people taste

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some of the corruption that they are causing, through corruption that they are seeing

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this basically with the IRS saying what did the facade here is since or the consequence of since it's this or that, but the general meaning of the idea is what we do since they have biological, physical, natural consequences that Allah makes you see, so that you review what you are doing and maybe you change your mind. That's the basic meaning of the idea. Right?

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So he said,

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For Kodama through them when I had the Allahu Allah whom are Koba.

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Whenever they

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introduce his sin, Allah introduces a punishment. Right? Whenever they introduce a sin, Allah introduces a punishment. So as some of the self have said, Whenever you introduce a sin, Allah azza wa jal from his dominion, he introduces a punishment for you. And he says, Well, lo Adam, He's saying that the facade the corruption that is mentioned in the land, includes both sins and their consequences, right? Because the evidence for it is Allah wants you to taste it, that this was some of what you have done. Right? And he says, of the consequence of sins in the land,

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earthquakes and lack of baraka and the earth swallowing of its inhabitants, right, this is a hush hush, who was that? As you know, William helful, Barchetta. And interestingly here, he said, Mahatma Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah Dr. rethemed he has by the houses and the dwellings in the cities of thermo thermwood or destroyed so he and the Muslims were passing by for men at home in the holy DRM he prevented prohibited them from entry into their dwellings. Okay, in other Hadith 11 backbone, unless they were crying while they are passing by meaning don't enter don't stay, don't settle in the land. Women shouldn't be near him and don't drink from their waters that you draw from

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their wells. Okay, had the Amara in your elephant Ginola, the origin of the Maya hated the WHA hey look, Manuel the Hadith theory should mean Marcia different is this even to the extent that they had already had drew out water and they mixed it with their wheat to bake so they had what? What is it? Dough they had dough, so they had dough ready to bake? And he said no you feed your the dough to your camels you don't eat it. He said the

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theory should have minimal side effects, because the effect of sin extends to the water itself.

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Right? Because this is a spot and area of punishment.

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So if you know that there is an area where people were punished by Allah as urgent, you don't enter because quote unquote, it's cursed, not cursed in the sense of, you know, kind of non Muslim understanding of a curse. No, no curse in the sense of anything around it has the effect of that sin on it. So you don't drink from that water. You don't eat from that, in that land you loose leave it it's a punished area. So even if you were to enter, he said, Salatu was Salam in the Hadith, you have to be crying, or to induce crying?

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Because you want to remember the punishment of Allah azza wa jal, it's not a tourist attraction, right? This is the opposite of that. And he says, What can I do? Can you show me the love if you're not slipped in it? Oh, my God, human effort. It is also sins, decrease the number of crops and vegetables and fruits that you get when you plant and whatever diseases you see with them. He says that's the effect of humanity's sins. He says OrthoCarolina. Muhammad Musa de there is an aeration. By the way, this is a weak narration, but the meaning whether this is true or not, is sound. He says would you do if he has any Benny Omiya? It says it's reported that it was found in the treasuries of

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Ben Omiya. The whole effort they were keeping things in the treasuries later on, when their time had passed. And they opened these treasuries the next batch of whole effect came, they found in the treasuries habit to hinter. So there is a

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Right? When wheat right. In it was wrapped, right, wrapped, and there's a paper in sight.

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And it was as big as

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a piece of a seat of date. Right?

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It's as big as that do typically, like one piece of weed is very small. But you see it as big as, right, the seed of a date. That's quite big. And it's way if you saw right and it was written there have again, I am Bucha visa manual. This used to grow at times of justice. This was this big that we used to see this or our parents and forefathers would have kept this because this is how it used to grow then, but not now. Right? Hello, cathedra min had the effort. Yeah, Hatha Allahu La ba Domina. De nobody says a lot of these, a lot of this trouble a lot of these diseases that you see happening to these crops and plants and animals Allah azza wa jal has introduced because of the sins that

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humanity has introduced. And he says Bharani. Now this is a testimony, right? He had heard it from people the Bedouins, he says, and some of the headwinds, they are telling me that they remember dates to be bigger than what they are now. Right? They remember fruits to be bigger than what they are now. And a lot of these diseases and illnesses that come to them these days had not experienced before. But it only happened recently. So this is a testimony of before, right? The fruits were better and the fruits were bigger, whatever we would plant, we would get something that is bigger than what we're getting now. And a lot of these diseases that we are experiencing, this is we're

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experiencing now, we did not experience that before. So a person who lives long enough, right? can witness that. So if that's true at their time, of course, imagine right how accelerated that is at our time. And one thing that I want you also to understand is that this doesn't only need to happen at

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with kind of divine action only it can happen also through human intervention.

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And any other punishment could happen directly from Allah xojo Like what an earthquake, you have no hands in creating an earthquake, right? lightning hits somebody, no hands, you know, in directing or managing this or could happen at the hands of people. I that could happen at the hands of people. Allah azza wa jal says to the believers, ha to whom you are the will whom Allah will be a deacon, fight them and Allah will punish them by your hands. So this punishment is coming through who humans right. And in Surah tele surah when Allah azza wa jal talks to the Israelites, that there will be two times that Aluna fell out right that you will rise in the land with corruption for either Jawwad

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hula hula Basnet Ali Khomeini madeleina. Oliva essentially did when the first of them will come, we will send servants of us that are very strong and they will destroy you. That's punishment came at the hands of people. So punishment sometimes comes at the hands of people. So the punishment that we may be seeing is not enough.

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essentially only happening, divinely only, but also at the hands of people. So when people manipulate what's happening on the land and indicee, and they corrupt it, that you could count as punishment or not.

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So when they genetically modified food, and you be it begins to lose taste and benefit. What is that? It's not absent from Allah's divine punishment, it's part of it right or wrong, right? So it loses all benefit.

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Its volume instead of quality.

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Or when people start, you know, messing with viruses in a lab, and it leaks out. And all of us suffer because of it. You think it's just simply humans doing this? No, it's a reflection of what are we did something and Allah Xeljanz is making mistakes, some of the things that we are doing so humans themselves will deliver that punishment to themselves, right by Allah's permission, of course Oh Allah as the dude will send something. So what Matthew will do nope, if you care well, he says also they have an effect on creation, people's creation and people's image.

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He says Hola, hola. Hola. como todo visa is a tuna Vera from yesterday will help a young coastal hotel and he says Allah azza wa jal created Adam, and his height was 60 cubits 60 cubits. There are a qubit is from your elbow to your fingers. So 60 of that. Further music will help a young person his creation, meaning human creation had continued to decrease until today. I mean, it's settled on what we see, at the time of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. We don't see significant shrinkage from that time to here. But from that time, and previous to it had reached a level and where it stopped, but what he's saying La Salatu was Silla, it did shrink, if no claim is saying that's an

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effect of what lack of Baraka because Adam in Jana was worth very tall.

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Then you bring him to the to Earth the children now because they're experiencing what the sins on this earth, then they lose the baraka. Then people shrink in size and things shrink in taste and shrink in volume and shrinking this and shrinking this and shrinking that. So he said, Well Amma, Utah Hula, hula abdomen, Alana material Fajr ISIS but when Allah azza wa jal is going to this is in the future when Allah is gonna pre of purify this earth of the oppressors, and criminals and wrongdoers and those who betray Well, you heard your abdomen, a birdie he and he will bring out a servant of his from the household of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam and He will fill the land

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with justice as it was filled with injustice.

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Okay, who is he talking about?

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You with me? Right? What was he talking about? He made the right so he says when that happens, hello, we have to do mercy, who Yehuda one Nosara and then the Messiah will kill the Jews and Christians. And by the will just a very quick, you know, commentary and killing the Jews and Christians he's not going to line them up right and just mowing down. Right? What does he do? Right? Everybody's going to believe right? And if he they don't believe he will fight them. But everybody will believe so this is what he means by it is not Hey, can I execute everybody who does not believe that's not going to happen? While you play Medina let the bath Allah be here rasool Allah he says

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and then He will establish the religion again that that Allah that Allah Azza did his son Muhammad Ali Salatu was Salam with he says then the earth will bring out its baraka and we'll come back to the way it was had the in a Sabata says until to the extent this is what you're going to see this is what is mentioned in the Hadith that a group of people okay, well gather to eat one pomegranate Romana one Romana they will gather not just one person just to eat it right and it'll be okay maybe enough. Maybe it's not enough. I can eat two three more. No, no, a group of men will gather to eat one pomegranate. Why is totally Luna because Sofia, and they will seek shade under under its peel.

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Right? So you can hold one pomegranate today and a hand? One hand right? So how big does it have to be? So you will have 234 Maybe five men sitting under the peel of an pomegranate. How big is that? So that is the baraka of Earth. Way Hakuna loco Domina and aina Wakaba. As he says a branch of grapes will have to be carried by a camel.

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Just one branch right? And today you lead one branch and you think I want three more? Four more? It says no. So imagine one. One great. How big would that be? What we're in a live cutter

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Do I headed the tech field VM I mean in us and he says one camel, or milk camel will be enough for a lot of people meaning if it's slaughtered for that they will eat its meat will be enough for a lot of people. He didn't specify how many, but a lot of people and he says this is because when Earth is purified of sin, the baraka that Allah azza wa jal had deposited in it, which has been cancelled with disbelief now is apparent.

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And he says, What are you basis and it's undoubtedly the case that the punishment that Allah has sent down to this earth, its residue has remained Sea King, similar punishment similar since right. And that the here authoritive capture or him so he is saying he's drawing an image is saying this sense that people have committed Allah have also revealed punishments. Now, these punishments have residues, and they continue to permeate this earth or wander this earth. Whenever they find a trace of that sin. That residue of that punishment will visit the sinners. That's what he's saying. So the punishment has not really been lifted, it's just it's there. And sins have not ended they are there.

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Whenever the sin comes, the punishment comes back and it takes away from people's lives and people's baraka and what they eat. Okay, so for the NASA But Kelly Matala who helped mold county you Oh What if Euro So, eventually right or what Allah loves and Allah decrees they will agree

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and etcetera, etcetera. And he says, Finally, at this point and he says what the Amal, he says consider, how whenever the shaytaan will coordinate the shaytaan Yama Halawa data who he says consider the consequences whenever the Shavon inhabits something or is close to something. What does he do for in the Willem macaron and Abda was stolen a user it in Baraka. He says when the shaytaan comes close to the servant, what happens baraka of his life baraka of his deeds baraka of what he says baraka of His provision, all of it goes away, because the Shavon is very close to you, will Amma a thorough to fill up the method of newsagent baraka and when the shaytan is obeyed? That

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obedience takes away the baraka of Earth. And what can I do? chemischen Oh, and also the dwelling of the shaytaan because he dwells in hellfire there absolutely no Baraka in it.

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So whoever upsets Allah azza wa jal loses what?

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Not okay? So all the mess that you see on earth today, all of it can be all traced back to what disobeying Allah azza wa jal and if you want to fix it, what do you do?

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You will be Allah azza wa jal, right? That's why if you're really about worried about the environment, right, let's suppose that you want to be a Muslim environmentalist,

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right? It's not enough for you to say what here are, here's what the non Muslims are doing. So I'll just cut paste here. And what I'll do is just add one idea here and one a hadith here, or the virtue of God, Congress, conservation, click we got it there that testifies to recycling, or for instance, the virtue of you know,

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not harming animals or I want found one Hadith know, the rationale for Okay, protecting the environment has to be based on the Quran and the Sunnah. So before you say, don't waste, what should you say,

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Don't send

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the first environmental directive that you should have, which will separate you from non Muslim environmentalists. It's not It's not wrong to cooperate with them, you understand? You could recycle. Right? You could conserve. This is all Islamic and there is an Islamic foundation to it. But you don't stop there. What distinguishes you as a Muslim environmentalist?

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How do you stand out? What did Allah teach you that is different? What is the thing that you can tell them until humanity that they can't?

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What is it

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to hate, obey Allah azza wa jal and don't sin. This is a little safer. But any other efforts or you know, reduce co2 emissions or do this and do that don't use fossil fueled all that is not going to work while at the same time you are what polluting this earth was sin, it's not going to work. You're not going to come together and be able to save this earth, you're not going to be able to see wasted effort

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to trying to fix a little bit here and you corrupt a lot more. On the other hand, so know if you want to save this earth, bring Baraka back to it by obeying Allah as Odin and then you will see about again, and on an individual personal level and you want to see more Baraka in your time, because the shaytaan is going to steal baraka from your

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life and from your house. This way if people are facing trouble or

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I, in their marriage with they're raising their children simply with their own lives. So one of the things try to read Surah Al Baqarah at home,

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because certain Batara does what brings baraka and expels the shayateen. So obeying Allah as Odin and listening to his words brings Baraka so that is how you treat your problems and the problems of people that are around you. So you can play him to him, Allah is saying that is

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that's the effect of sin right?

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He says he and also of the effect of sin also. He says Vienna woman robot is different from the punishment of sin, and now to Minal kalbi, neural Hazira that it is extinguishes and puts out in the heart, the fire of jealousy, right?

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Let's see here, the hayati he will the Salah, he can hunt artillery Zia deal hayati, Jamia al bhajan, which is what he says it, it is like for one's life and for one's piety, like the natural biological heat that sustains his life. So, he's saying here there is something he is talking about, which is the euro or the euro. That is we can translate as jealousy. But we have to understand what jealousy means because jealousy in the English language is positive or negative, negative. So we are saying we have to have jealousy you have to have jealousy. What does that mean? He said, Okay, so let's explain it and I'll still use the word jealousy but with that proper understanding, what is

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jealousy here jealousy is for you to see a sin and feel anger and fear and resentment towards that sin, especially as it pertained, pertains to those who are around you that you are responsible for, especially, and more importantly to the females around you that you are responsible for your hair, your wife, your daughter, your sister, your mother, and so on, that you should feel protective of. If some sort of if there's something that is gonna touch or blemish their honor, degrade them, you feel jealous, a stranger is talking to them inappropriately you feel jealous, that type of jealousy, which is based on loving what Allah loves and hating what Allah azza wa jal hates, and is based on

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loving them and protecting them. That is a jealousy that Allah has though jealous. It's a living heart that when you see wrong, you react, and you're not dead. So you understand what that jealousy is. We're not talking I'm talking about jealousy that breeds suspicion, and hurtful words and hurtful actions. That's not the jealousy that we're talking about. It's a healthy jealousy, and it will become more and more apparent as we talk about it, but in the law, right, he says so this jealousy that he talks about Oliveira this, he says that's the heat that you find internally that expels unwanted qualities, as a furnace will expel the contaminated contamination associated with

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golden silver. And he says the best of people, and most honorable of people is the most jealous because he resents and he rejects any sin, right, that swims around or comes close to those whom he loves, right? And he says, That is why the prophets of Lottie was sitting the most the most jealous in this ummah. Right? And that Allah azza wa jal also more jealous than he is.

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Zeal is

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there is dignity, there is nobility, but when you see something wrong, right,

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you're not indifferent to it right? You feel agitated because of it, and you want to stop the person from doing it. So I'm explaining it right hope and hope that you understand what it means. So if jealousy is not the most any appropriate of words, right?

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Apologize for that, but I don't know what word to use for it. So I can use nobility but nobility doesn't really capture all of it. zeal, maybe some but I don't think is still because you could have zeal for something but zeal could also introduce. There's no 100% Right? So we're around we're hovering around with the meaning around the meaning but inshallah I hope that you understand it. So he says, Allah azza wa jal, Allah Azza is more jealous than he is

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than I am. And he says add as mentioned in the Hadith, he says attachable and I'm in Haiti sad. Learn of your woman who Allahu Allah Romney, he says, Are you do you marvel and wonder at the jealousy of sad indeed I am more jealous than he is an Allah is more jealous than I am. And he says in another

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another Hadith he

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He says, oh, Mohamed, there is no one more jealous than Allah azza wa jal when he sees a servant of his committing Zina or a female servant of his Amida and of his committing Zina.

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They are too sad here. What is mean? They are too sad. Who were you referring to Saddam nova.or The Allahu Anhu. He comes to the prophets Allah who said them, and he said, Oh prophet of Allah, hypothetically, if a person sees a man with his wife, meaning in a compromising position, right? In Zina, does he have to wait to bring four witnesses before he does something and the Prophet sallallahu synonyme says yes, he says no, by Allah I will not wait I'll take my sword and I will kill him with it. Immediately. I'll take my sword and kill that man immediately. So he turns to people and he said some Allah hottie was enemy he says, Are you amazed at how jealous sad is? I am

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more jealous than sad on Allah is more jealous than I am. And that's why Allah Allah, Allah, Allah says in the other Hadith, he had forbidden indecency. So that jealousy is what in you are enraged when you see something wrong. Right? You don't tolerate it, especially as it pertains to you, especially that is connected to you. And you could be have that feeling when it comes to people who are related to you or even the entire Ummah, Muhammad Ali is Salatu was Salam because Allah zodion is being enraged and angry. So how could a person talk like this and say these things and behave like that, and leave her house uncovered? Right? How could that happen? So you become what enraged

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because of it, that is the euro, that the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam had said, I had said that he had consider it a noble character that side had that he had more of it. And Allah azza wa jal is the most of everyone. And in the Hadith, he said that I had a zero mean Allah he says, there's no one who is more jealous than Allah azza wa jal woman actually that he could have ramen for Hajj for that he had prohibited in decency, public and private. Well, I had a habit of roaming Allah and there is no one who would love to accept excuses. Then Allah azza wa jal, and from that, and because of that he had sent messengers with good news and warnings would have brought him home in Allah and

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no one loves praise more than Allah azza wa jal and because of that he praised himself. Alright, let me explain that last part, although that's not part of what we were focusing on. No one loves praise more than Allah as Odin and for that, and because of it he praised himself. Why do we love phrase and why does Allah as of jun love praise because I want you to understand that, right? We love praise because of what

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we want to feel better about ourselves, right? We feel maybe there's something missing or we know about it, but we just love to feel better about ourselves. So whatever praise we hear, affects us and what makes us what feel better. Is it the same for Allah has Zota that he needs praise? No, Allah, Allah doesn't need praise. So why does Allah azza wa jal love praise?

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It is part of obedience, right? So there are two things right here. One is that Allah azza wa jal loves the truth.

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And anyone who's praising Allah asserted is speaking the truth, because every other praise has to include some form of exaggeration, right? But you cannot even

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pay Allah as gentle enough praise or give them in a phrase. So whatever you say about Allah azza wa jal is the truth. And praise wise, right? So because you're speaking the truth, Allah loves it. That's one. The second is because the more that you praise Allah azza wa jal, the more you benefit yourself.

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Right? So you praise Allah more, you earn more rewards, Allah Azza to loves that for you. And the more and maybe you can see, that's the third one, the more that you praise Allah xojo The more that you tell people who Allah is, right, Allah is this a, b, c, and d so people know and hear that. So they love Allah more because of your praise, right? So your praise has that effect. Now Allah azza wa jal also knows that knowing can praise him sufficiently. So he praised himself so that you would know him.

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Right? So he says, I am this and I am this and I am that right? Just like with difference, of course, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said, and I say, You know what, at the Adamawa I'm the best of the children of Adam. And with our arrogance, what did he say that? Because that's phrase right. So why did he say that? Because this is there's no arrogance in it, so that you would know it. So if you know it, you would love them more. So there's benefit that reaches you. Otherwise the profits are here seven doesn't need to say that. So Allah azza wa jal when he praises himself, you know Him more because of that.

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So you love him more because of it and that's why Allah azza wa jal loves praise because of these things.

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Exactly. Okay.

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So he said Rahim Allah He said for Gemma if he had that hadith he Binaca Yura, he says, so he combined in this hadith, between that jealousy or nobility or zeal that its foundation is hating

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sins, right Karatu alphabet he Obaldia hating, ugliness or ugly sins will be number habitude over and between and also with loving to accept excuses from people both. So Allah azza wa jal is on the one hand very jealous, okay. And he hates since at the same time he loves to offer excuses to people or accept their excuses when they offer those fixes give them the opportunity for excuses and off accept these excuses from them. And no one knows of Panama sheet that the reality your head, your head what a yatta yatta Illa here Abdo as jealous as He is Allah subhana wa Tada. And as clear as these boundaries are, he loves that his servant would apologize, offer an excuse and Allah azza wa

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jal loves to accept this excuse from those who offer it. Our in the hula, you are here to be the Hubbard ticker, we may have our ticker symbol of hatha yoga at him, and he does not punish them until he gives them a chance to repent, and a chance for them to ask for forgiveness. And because of this, he had sent His messengers and he revealed his books, Darren were in Daraa, so that he would give them ample time to repent, to be excused and to warn them how they were how the lie it would match the will. So anyone he hired will come out, he says, and this is the perfection and the epitome of the height of honor, and benevolence. Because a lot of people he's saying a lot of

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created a lot of humans, you could be very jealous. And because you're very jealous, you're swift in punishment,

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without offering space for repentance, space for excuses, or space for explanation.

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Even if that person has an excuse, you leave him no space. And he says on the opposite end. There are a lot of people who offer or accept all excuses.

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All excuses.

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And the reason they do this is because they're not jealous enough. They're not.

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They don't hate sin enough. So it's fine for them. Right? Whatever mistake you find, you do, you'll accept it had the other side of you darken my ID rewire or Malissa Bureau didn't attend you had you zero, Kathy Roman humble kadar. He says to the extent that a person would accept all excuses, and he will say, well, they were destined to do this. So that's fine. So as he's pointing to what two opposites, one who is so enraged by sin?

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What is wrong what he thinks is wrong, that as soon as he sees it, he punishes the other person. He accepts no apology. Right, even though they may have an excuse, accepts no apology. So that's an extreme he's saying, right.

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The other extreme is one who accepts all apologies and forgives everybody and he says that is because his heart is really not in rage is not alive.

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He doesn't see sin as sin. He's not he does not detest it. So he says these opposites, we'll call them in Houma. Raghuram do handle that lock. Both ends of that spectrum are not praised as they are right. You have to combine both of them. On the one hand, be strong when it comes to anyone who crosses Allah's boundaries, on the other that offer them the chance to come back and offer them the chance to apologize and accept their apology if they are sincere. The opposite so strong here, but generous and merciful here. What do you see with people is what they either lean on the side of mercy, everybody's fine. Everybody will be forgiven, nothing is wrong.

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Or on the side of what harshness everybody's wrong, everybody should be punished. No one is saved. So either too harsh or too lenient, and he's saying you have to be what in the middle. I harsh when it's needed and merciful when it's needed. That's that's the gist of what he's saying. How do I Sahadi Nabhi and no call. He said,

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The Prophet sallallaahu Salam said part of there is jealousy that Allah loves and jealousy that Allah hates, that jealousy that Allah hate is jealousy with suspicion, meaning without foundation, so you suspect someone, right? For no reason. So and so is talking to so and so. So and so you must be talking to so and so behind my back. You must be doing this behind my back. That's jealousy right? Is that praiseworthy? No, is without foundation and Allah azza wa jal, he said because it's based

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on suspicion and it destroys a relationship. But if there is some type of one type of jealousy that Allah azza wa jal loves, which is what if your wife if your daughter, whoever you can you have

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power to stop, or at least you can give advice to, they're about to leave the house, for instance, and they're not fully covered. You say no, this is haram. It doesn't fit you. You know, men outside will eagerly will look at you. You're more dignified, dignified than this, you shouldn't step out like this. You shouldn't talk like this. That is jealousy that Allah Azza loves. You shouldn't be alone with another man or another woman. That's jealousy that Allah azza wa jal loves, right? Because now what determines it is halal and haram. So you're not you know that someone is going to cross the line? No, no, somebody is going to commit something that is wrong. Your jealousy is

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activated for the sake of Allah azza wa jal and to be protective, because you want to protect them. So you say this is wrong, you shouldn't do it. So as long as that person has it, that person has Iman in their heart, right.

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I'm sorry. He says that's what he says Allah azza wa jal, because he is the one who is jealous on the one hand, but also very merciful. On the other Allah azza wa jal has combined all qualities of perfection. And that's why Allah azza wa jal is the one that truly deserves to be praised and no one can praise him as much as or as deservedly as he should be praised. And that's why he deserves praised himself. Subhanahu wa taala. And then he also he said something important, Rahim Allah. He says felucca Euro Eduardo Corbeau Subhana. houfy, suffered immensely fatty. He says the one who is jealous, had conformed or had agreed or has adopted one of the qualities of Allah Azza jitsu had

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agreed in equality that Allah azza wa jal also has. So the SIFAT of Allah azza wa jal, there are some SIFAT that if you adapt them, of course in portion cannot be you're not divine. But if you can divine adopt a portion of that quality, it'd be closer to Allah azza wa jal so Allah azza wa jal is jealous. So if you are jealous, the appropriate type of jealousness he is seeing that brings you closer to Allah azza wa jal, he says and the one who can, agrees or adopts some of these qualities of Allah xojo that attribute of Allah and the attribute that he had adopted will lead him to Allah azza wa jal and bring you a pilgrim bring him closer to it. We'll call Robert toman. Ramadan brings

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him closer to Allah's mercy, and makes him a beloved of Allah azza wa jal because Allah is and then he's going to mention some of these qualities, or Haman, your hippo Rohana, he is merciful, and He loves the Merciful. So that's one quality of Allah azza wa jal if you know Allah is merciful, then you're also supposed to be what? Merciful and if you are merciful, that brings you closer to Allah. So that is one path one way one quality one door, that if you adopt it, it will move you closer to Allah azza wa jal. So think about that and the other qualities that he's talking about, because the more that you adopt them, the better you will be, but the closer you will be to Allah azza wa jal

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carry on your head will Kurama generous he loves the generous,

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right? So if you are a generous person Alhamdulillah if not, adopt that as a quality and think of Allah zodion Being generous with you and people. So you become generous, and that will lead you to Allah azza wa jal, Allium on your hip Buddhahood Amma he is knowledgeable and he loves the knowledgeable. So that's obvious, right? The more you know, the closer that he will be to Allah azza wa jal so you should be eager to learn as much as you can. Every little bit of knowledge brings you closer to Allah azza wa jal How will you and your Hibou Mina Kawi he is strong and he loves the strong believer.

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Well, who I have oily human and what middle dive and he loves him more than the weak believer how you and your hippo handle higher. He is shy and he loves those who are shy, and we'll come to that in sha Allah is jimmied on your hip wahala gym and he's beautiful and he loves the beauty people of beauty.

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Right? And who are those people of beauty? They are not the people who are naturally born beautiful.

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Aha, okay. They beautify themselves in deeds and also appearance, right? in appropriate ways. So when they come to the masjid, men, for instance, right, especially men to beautify themselves, that's German. They put on the best that they have they put perfume on. Isn't this beauty? So that's beauty when you come to the house of Allah azza wa jal, or he beautifies himself to his wife and the wife beautifies herself to the husband. That's beauty. You beautify your home. That extra

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Have against right without you know building a castle or a palace not but beautify your home that's kind of Jamal

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and also the what you mentioned

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beauty inward and indeed that please Allah azza wa jal so that is also beauty, which Ron you have handled with three or what turn your head with 100 Watts we both are fine, he is

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one and he loves odd numbers, right? So, Allah azza wa jal says, you know the Prophet sallallahu wasallam says in Allah to Allah we turn on your Hebrew with Rafa Aotearoa Al Quran Allah as noted is one and he loves odd numbers, so pray with her or people of the Quran. See, you know that these odd numbers are favored in Islam, three, seven, right, you eat this you would read that it's you know, in, in, in odd numbers right or multiplication of the three and the seven.

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So you have a connection here between the attributes of Allah azza wa jal and his qualities and how we are and the more that you adopt, the better. There are some attributes that are not yours to adopt. So Allah as legit as we said, Allah is what he's one. You're not going to be one. Right? Allah as the agent that's his. Allah Zodac is a cabbie roll moto I'll write the one who is the biggest, right? The highest, you're not supposed to adopt those qualities because that becomes arrogance. When it comes to us. You're not the biggest and the highest with Allah azza wa jal is Akbar, or al Kabir, right? So some qualities are only exclusive to Allah azza wa jal, other

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qualities can be adopted.

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no, I don't know from

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Okay, five more minutes or 10 moments.

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And he says if sins have no effect, except that they

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stop the sinner from adopting these qualities that are related to Allah azza wa jal, there will be enough sufficient punishment for in Niigata. And this, these words from no claim are important, and maybe we'll have a chance later on insha Allah to address them again, for indelicato passing thought turns into a whisper and the Whisper becomes a will and the will becomes a strong determination until it becomes an action until it becomes after an action a

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continuous or a constant trait that is hard to remove. And it becomes similar like your own inborn traits. So this Roman claim Rahim Allah is giving you the progression of sin, the progression of sin is seeing it begins very small, and it becomes so strong, like second nature,

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right. So just just trace it, to understand how dangerous it is and trace it to understand how you can stop it. In the OB Hydra, every single sin starts like a passing with a passing thought, something that you did not think about and it drops into your head, like out of nowhere.

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whether it's because of you or the shaytaan, because some people think how do I know if it's from this or that you do not know? And you should assume if it's about it's from the shaytaan

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because if it's not, in beginning from the shaytaan is definitely nurtured by him.

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So it begins like what just a passing thought. And it becomes a whisper meaning something what was said was, keeps coming and coming if you don't stop it. So it's easiest to stop when it's worth every single thought. So take anything should I drink this is just it just very, very small, fleeting thought maybe I should drink this. If you stop it. They're not going to come back to it. If you dismiss it if you're strong in that dismissal. No, no, it's haram. It's harmful. It's this it's you just chase it away. It's gone.

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But if you keep it I'll come back.

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That's what the word was was sir.

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Right you hear it? Was Was while seen while seen. What do you hear in that?

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Repetition comes back again. So with the shaytaan is going to come back and then come back and try it maybe just once. Try it. Now. Look how beautiful it is. That color is nice. Here's this commercial, and it keeps coming and coming and coming and you're not pushing it away. Right? You're not pushing it away, is still in your head is still in your head and still it's playing in his playing and his playing and his playing.

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After it settles in your head. You can dislodge it, you can take it away. Then it becomes what he says irida that you want to do it

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and then now you have to do it.

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You know what

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means you have to,

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from maybe I maybe I can and maybe I don't have to. Now I have to, I have no option, I must do this. So if you do it once you broken a barrier,

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now the shaitaan is going to come away, do it again, then do it again. And then do it again. Until it becomes a habit, then it becomes stronger until it becomes such an entrenched type of habit that it is a nature and is really hard to fight nature is not impossible, but it's hard. So when he's talking about, and that is really important for you to remember and understand, because then you could stop every sin

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if you catch it early.

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And if not, you'll understand you could trace it to where it came from, you could trace how it grew, you could trace what feeds it.

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So you have now a tool, you have Nilla as origin and all begins were here in here. So if you're able to control that in this, you're fine, right?

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Well, it looks old when he says and he goes back, he says what we intend to say is that, the longer he stays close to that sin, it will expel from his heart, all that jealousy, all that those noble feelings that he has

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of the protection towards his self towards his family, and then the rest of people, and it will become so weak in his heart so that he does not even see it as evil, even when he does it or other people do it. And when he has reached that level, he has entered the door of destruction. And a lot of those people are unable to not only they don't see it as ugly, but in fact, they start to beautify center other people and beautify and ease people into injustice, and to invite them to it. And in fact assist. So he say again, this a progression progression of what one not only now you don't see that as evil, but you invite people to it.

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Okay. And you assist people to get it.

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Right, and you lead them to it. And that is an ultimate in evil, right? Before because a in the first stage, you were a victim of it. Now you're spreading it. Right. So that's the second level. What do you have the Canada youth who have a healthy Lehi, Virginia to haram on Allah he says that's why a day youth is the worst of Allah's creation. And Jana is haram for that person. And the youth is the one who consents to and accepts indecency in his family.

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Generally, specifically, right, fornication and adultery if he's aware of them. Right? So someone who

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Yeah, so if someone knows that his wife, you know, sleeps around, and he loves her, so he stays married with her, that is primarily a day youth, and things that lead to it, right, whether it pertains only to his spouse, or the woman in his family, right? So there is a significant portion of it, right? So if he knows that, you know, she talks to men freely, and he's fine with it.

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That is wrong. If he knows, for instance, that she goes on social media with for makeup, and she talks and laughs or whatever, and hundreds and 1000s of people see her and he's okay with it. That's wrong. He she takes her picture without hijab, and she puts it on social media, a lot of people see it that is wrong. So that is the data, it's called. And the thing here is that this is something as a concept is almost absent today.

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Am I right? Or am I wrong? is almost absent today. People don't feel that type of boundary, that type of jealousy. In fact, they may encourage it. They say, Oh, yeah, let my wife do this. I'm not my daughter do that a lot. My sister do this, and there's nothing wrong with it. And they're crossing the line and upsetting Allah Zoda. And you don't feel any rage, or any reservation about it.

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And you should, because it's haram. And you should because for their sake. And by the way, if a female you know, here's this, it's not about control.

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Because some people females will think that owner this is males trying to control females. That's why they want to stop them from doing a b and c, you know, leaving the house or working here or talking to men or traveling or this or that. Is the issue here about control.

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Seriously, I mean, if it was just up to us, we wouldn't care.

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Yeah, exactly. It's haram. We wouldn't care. Go do whatever you want. Why would I want to fight with people? If you're not hurting me, I find do whatever you want. But this is something that Allah has often had revealed. And if Allah revealed it, it's my responsibility to

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Speak is my responsibility to act and if I don't, I am condemned because of it. I get hurt because of it. And I'm supposed also to protect you. Even if you're just my sister even if I don't know you, but you are a Muslim woman. Shouldn't I feel protective of you? Right? So why is it that you think that this is about male control? This is Allah as This is between you and Allah azza wa jal and here's the evidence

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and get us out of it. Here's between you and Allah as it is this haram or Halal

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if you think that it is halal show us but if it is haram, you shouldn't be angry with a male who comes and says, I feel protective, you should stop

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because he wants to save you. It's not about control. So no, Haim is saying what he says a person who consents to accepts immorality in his family. That is the definition of what the prophets Allah who said to me, he said, call them a day youth and the youth he said that he does not enter Jannah and he says, Okay, daddy come handy. Lavon will one who legitimizes injustice, as we see in the world today, right for himself, and beautifies it similarly. And he tells you, and this is that he tells you will finish quickly in sha Allah. And he tells you here that the foundation of religion is that type of jealousy or nobility, and the one who does not have it is not religious. Right. So he

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says that jealousy protects the heart.

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And when he does that, the limbs heat up into action.

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And it rip repels sin and obscenity. And if you are deprived of it, the heart is dead, the limbs are dead, and there is no repellent anymore. You understand what he's saying? thing. So it's like a force, internal, it moves you. And when it moves you write, the body moves. And when the body moves, you push away sin. If you don't have it, the body doesn't move. And if the body does not move since stays around you. And he says, the similarity of that jealousy in the heart is like a strength that resists disease. If that strength departs the body, the disease comes on, he finds that body defenseless, and he will it will take hold and will destroy this person is similar to the horns have

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a water buffalo, the horns of a water buffalo, as long as he has them, he can defend himself but if not, its enemies, Kill it, kill it. So this is the jealousy that he talks about or nobility or zeal, but it's a an aversion to sin and anger that Allah has had been angered knowing that when you cross this limit, right, it affects me and it affects you and I have to be public about it. And I have to say, this is wrong and this should stop for everybody's sake. So that is the consequence of sin He says with more sin.

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They are a dice right? So if you see today among non Muslims, right, there's no such thing as fail. In fact, you should be proud of your sin.

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Proud of you're proud of your body if you have a nice body showing not hide it and conceal it. If you commit a sin, talk about it. You don't hide it. So jealousy is dead there except for few remnants from the people of the book that are still there. The was still a little bit of a Euro, right? But it's mostly gone. And among Muslims also a large proportion of Muslims. They have lost a lot of Hira there. So the way that Assam loves is that if this is haram, you stop it and you feel offended personally. And you can wonder like why would you feel offended? Because a this person that you care about is doing something does not befit them?

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That brings them down right that diminishes them so you heat that for them and you're also feel angered that Allah as we're jealous angry,

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when this is happening, Allah is angry. So don't let what all anger is Allah please You don't look at something that is displeasing to Allah and smile

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right? Because Allah is watching you say how come I'm angry and you're happy

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so always remind yourself even if you feel attracted to it good sometimes we like these some of these things right? Just remind yourself this Allah love this and if you see no it says you should hate it as something's wrong with it something is really wrong then Allah will awaken your heart and you'll start seeing the wrong things that are in it and you'll start hating it just the same you know with movies and you know entertainment and actors and songs and all of these things right? You may be attracted some of them something new is gonna come up some this new movie new song new this new that I'm gonna try that you want to see it you know, seems funny car seems interesting.

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But they just asked yourself, Allah is happy with this. And he said, No, he can't. He's not he said how can you be happy with it?

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Then you should be unhappy with it. And when that's the case, you'll start seeing it for what it is

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fair Inshallah, let me know in sha Allah if you have something that you want to add, or if you have questions

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a child

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if he is born, I'm sorry with what?

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I know if he is deformed? No, no. So we didn't talk about that as a consequence of sin. No. So if a child is born deformed, right, is that because of the sins of the parents, or This is Allah's decree? As far as we know, this is Allah's decree, it's hard to really to trace it to the parents and say it's your sin and it's your sin right? So, the parents should consider that to be a test from Allah subhanho wa taala. And when they are patient with it, Allah cleanses them of sin if they are

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these surrendered to Allah azza wa jal and returned to him with that ordeal, Allah elevates them every time right they struggle with the caretaker of that child so just consider it a test from ALLAH SubhanA wa.

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So, should we implement that with what?

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With our repentance? So how?

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Okay, okay, so meaning that you're saying, if we repent to Allah azza wa jal? Should we offer those excuses in our repentance, that is part of pleading with Allah as noted for forgiveness. So, this is a lengthy conversation with Allah azza wa jal that actually helps you. So you say Allah, you know how weak I am, yeah, Allah you know this and you do this and you know this about me and now Allah, you know, I know that you are the most forgiving and this and this and you love to forgive so forgive me. So offering that excuse us for a pleading with Allah azza wa jal to accept your repentance. So this is something that

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is good to add to one's repentance. And two wants to add because you're offering excuses. And with that, you are admitting your weakness and the more that you admit your weakness, the more than Allah Azza Jun loves you for it because you recognize how much you need him. So if you do this and you ask Allah for assistance with your weakness, then that is something that is more likely to be accepted.

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On White House, this playground,

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associated mustard and also the civilian

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extends outside of the two because

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this is the one and this one was more thought. So we talked about audit software and whether it's tested

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or not, what's going to happen

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you mentioned this part two towards the end up close to it, you're the one that has nobody

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doesn't mind this indecency

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family and

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Jana is forbidden for that person.

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That the concept of the unit or BFF, extensible also outside of the one's family and your own that itself is being hurt or suffering or strain. Or like brother or sister. Then that's also the

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the interesting part here is

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how the

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players are right there. Like I see.

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This it appears as if football was built in inherited nature, the lumpwood to us.

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A sense of almost already happens and

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it's natural,

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even today. Among the funny things

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You can see the creatures the animals itself have displayed

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and didn't compromise this very close dogs, cows, elephants, but the human being with his with his own corruption and crookedness. misguidance somehow managed to dissolve and dilute their IRA. But it's still into animals itself, where they're protecting their own family, their own

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whites or kids.

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Today, you can find some Muslim men don't have a similar flavor for the animals.

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is that you can see this happening due to the same exposures that came out of it because it's continuously altering their understanding of the following the ideas

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because they have exposure to an accepted starting with the altering the whole idea of a hotkey itself with Delphi, and everything else after that became subject to manipulation of the limb and the regulation, the shades on and this is the kind of

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pretty much fallen into where there has become an ultra because when your reference is not child law, then eventually. So even if you're born and don't know what UBI is, you have to be happy to face it. Your

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offer? Is that question? Is there a question? So,

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it is a question slash

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they connect together.

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Okay, okay, and shall they kind of Michela, let me

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quickly go through these questions, I'll go in reverse order from the last one I received.

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What about bribery that is required in corrupt countries, for example, you need to pay a bribe to cross a checkpoint. If they force you to pay a bribe, and there is no other way around it, then it is their sin. That is, if you can't retrieve your right except through paying a bribe, then it is their sin, not yours. So for in some consequences, you cannot connect electricity to your

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apartment unless you pay a bribe. Right or otherwise, it gets disconnected, you can pass a checkpoint unless you pay a bribe, otherwise, you're not passing. So if they deny you, you're right. And there's no other way to do it, except paying a bribe. So this session is on them. Because you need to your own right, but if you're going across somebody's right, and then

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you pay a bribe for it, then that is your sin. So you're not allowed to take people's rights but for your own right no other way around it, then you could pay a bribe for it. It's theirs and what action can we take to repel was was of the shaytaan when it is initial thought in our mind and when it starts to become persistent whisper so Oh, the Wilhemina shaytaan regime is something that you can say you seek Allah's assistance do declare you change the spot where you are leave, so you're not alone. So if you're home alone, you leave you come to the masjid you go with your friends, you change a bad location into a better location you read the Quran you wake up at night and plead with

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Allah as though just so that thought will go away you talk to someone about it. You discover what is wrong with it all of this and more in sha Allah but you need to change course because she's done is trying to trap you with this thought and it's repetition it needs to change course how do you change course it changed the way that you think what you say where you are whom you're around, okay

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your company your friends, your thought right? Anyone who's around so that you could move off that track into another track so that you would forget right and think about different things? Yeah.

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I'll come back to it inshallah. Exactly. Now just let me finish this so I don't have to come to it inshallah. Next time.

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By by multiplication, for instance, didn't mean necessarily as multiplications but

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any odd number that is greater than that, right? So 99 names for instance of alias have to do something similar to it.

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Okay, how do we men as protectors of the family lead and facilitate conversation with a woman in our life spouses, sisters when it comes to

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Jealousy and certain since not wearing the hijab, etc. And not ruling a household with an iron fist. You just basically tell them what we've said here that it is an issue of what Allah loves and Allah hates, it's not an issue of control. And it's not an issue of men versus a woman or women or men trying to oppress women, he told them Allah Azza loves this, Allah hates that these are the boundaries Allah gave me this responsibility as he had given you similar responsibilities. So if you fulfill those responsibilities, Allah will be pleased with you. And if not, Allah will be angry with you and it's the same with me. So, if they understand Islam and if they submit to Allah as xojo they

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will see it as Allah's commands as divine commands, not as manmade commands or manmade inclinations. So you talk and you educate and you increase ima is sometimes and you need to understand this information on its own is not enough

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right? Because you know a lot of things but you're not willing to accept them. So information but then what Iman so this person is unwilling to accept or unwilling to listen increase their Iman

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you know more Quran Morson more this more a bad the more Quran increased their image just work on that. And then when their Iman is stronger than they will listen. Okay? So try those Okay, a combination of those inshallah.

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So he's saying that prayer is usually translated as protective jealousy. So it's like, so we qualified as being protective.

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Of a person seeing something wrong and not fixing it, the enemy said that the heart is dead, or we need to ask the person why he or she did not react before taking necessary action. You definitely should ask, before you judge a person like that internally and assume the best about that person before you judge that their heart is dead. Because maybe there are reasons why a person did not react. Maybe you see a sin and you do not react a you didn't really see it. Or you saw it but you thought that it is bigger than you or you needed to wait or you did not have enough information or because you are not ready. There are a lot of reasons to excuse a person from not reacting to a sin

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and denouncing it. So before you jump and judge them insha Allah

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just simply give them the benefit of the doubt Inshallah, the first question in sha Allah I'll just answer it privately inshallah.

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Anyone who has left here in Charlotte, you want to add anything there any question

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later, I can finish the Zachman Allah here for