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For a lot of people that

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follow the path of Russia until the last day

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today

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presenting the topic of

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commanding the good

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and evil, lavish and humble.

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He began

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when a law says that we should clear a punishment.

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Sometimes the law punishes individuals

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in the community on

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slide is talking about a situation where people are committing sins in a community. And nobody speaks out against

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an example.

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juice is all about how the rabbi's

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knew the sins of the hippo committee.

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So Allah punished all of them.

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Whenever Allah gives an example concerning the use, and then it has two aspects, it has absolutely nothing of no some of the qualities of the future that we wear of them

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carefully.

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But at the same time, it's a warning for us that we don't fall into the same tactic.

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error that they're following.

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And

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no worries,

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truly believe, and he loves his brother, what he loves himself. And like this should be the motivating force. It's like the motivating force, for commanding the good and evil, because the same way that we

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see certain things that we consider good for ourselves, to protect ourselves, to earn for ourselves award in the next lap, especially

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these things that we see important and good for ourselves, we should also

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we should also wish to

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become the GP for

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all others, what we

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recognize as good

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ourselves

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as well as to prohibit them from things that we recognize.

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He went on quoting another verse from the barbarians, the commander, the rising sun, command is evil, and to the patient, what they

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should be patient about

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whatever

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affects him

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trying to command Good and Evil because the process of command command is good and evil is not an easy process.

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Because the forces of evil in the society are great means that they will turn against the individual, they will try to harm them in different ways that maybe the person didn't do badly or

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ignoring you feel bad or spamming a door in your face can come in many different ways. But

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these forces will try to repel

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the effort that you're making.

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So

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by advisory firm,

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we have to be patient

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with whatever we find ourselves in the wild combine of the good and evil

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in Nevada,

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and that's you know, that is one of the great

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day question.

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Yeah,

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it is an expression of self

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math lesson resolves and

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is one of the best expressions.

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He also pointed out that, you know, you shouldn't have regret,

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what you're doing shouldn't give up.

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property because of course, many

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people like likely to reject what you're saying or ignore what you're saying, is very easy for you to feel is the point

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and to give up trying to solve it.

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Again, of course, for the rest of the

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mind,

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you know that there's nothing required of the Prophet, or the messenger beyond

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conveying the message enough as a principle, so problems, were in a law saying that to him, because of the sadness that he felt when people rejected his method. Well, I say that to him, to build up his own

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strength virtuals

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resolve, at the same time, that his advice to us that we will find ourselves because we become like the

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guardians of the message after the Prophet Muhammad Abdullah, we are carrying all the beauty that he did. And then without

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exception of revelations, we're carrying on that

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level, and we will have higher education that we should convey, even if it is only one verse in the Quran, that

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we should convey that to others. So it is as messengers in a sense, to carry the message of Islam to the rest of mankind. And we will face what the problem is, maybe not on the same scale, but we will face a version of it. And so this advice is also there, that I use, to convey the message. how people respond to it, is not our responsibility.

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But of course,

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the way in which the message is conveyed is

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critical,

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to some degree,

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whether people will accept the message or not,

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because you may have the truth, the best advice, but the way in which you give it is so broad, that people don't want to hear it.

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Right, this is why we offer a lot that you know, are going to be the

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call to the path of our Lord, when it's most likely will not happen and with good,

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good preaching a good good way in which

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we have to deal with lively meaning that there are times when you may want to command the good, but command is good in a group sometimes may be evil,

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that doesn't take the person aside and tell the person on the side

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rather sending into the booth, because in the book that personal ego is

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going to react to

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every every project or every situation has an appropriate

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time and

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place for everything right the correct time correctly. So, in the process of amending the good and evil, we have to do that wisely. So that we provide

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whatever we can to make that message as accessible as possible.

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And

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he pointed out that this duty the duty of falling into the burdens producing evil is not one particular individual, it is for everyone. Every Muslim is required to do it, to some degree, vary based on abilities. And also the children's

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position of authorities or people

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feel that this job is only the duty of

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every single person. Of course, it is a different degree.

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When you hire big whoever among the

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evil to change hands.

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And then when

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and when is that they're

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not able to do that, then you should hate them in parts

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of Africa. That is the lowest levels of

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this is to say that

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one was in a position of power.

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This situation

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is not acceptable, he is not considered clear of responsibility,

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if he is in a position to change it with his hand and he only speaks out against it

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speaking out against it is only acceptable for those who are unable to stop the damage.

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And similarly

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geeking out again this is for those are heavy in the heart is for those who are unable to speak out against each one is in a position to say something, then supposition

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is not accepted the presence of his opinion the highest when he can say something reagent, when he should be saying something against that have considered the lowest level

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at the heart, maybe the highest level of demands,

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needed in

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the circumstances only opportunity

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for

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sale on the walls in the jail.

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situation of oppression

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is Jay anything will not be heard. And he definitely can do

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raging, he will be taking place in that situation is the most

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that's not considered the weakest level of events.

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errors in the case of those who are able to say something, and to do something

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that is not considered

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appropriate.

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Be there even when one is promising it with a hand or CPR against it, because they want to tell you the situation with a hand but they don't really have it in their heart, then this change does not mean that they will be rewarded for my loss. And yes, it is that for sure.

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You know, just to

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placate some segments of the society, you know, because you're the religious segment of society.

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So this individual because he wants to get in good favor with this way, you know, and keep them in his support, he will make some change here.

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But his intent is like to think

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he knows people are happy. So again,

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john oliver said that, you know, the greatest marketers, you know, is one

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word of

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evil tyrant.

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The needy,

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we mentioned, of course, the issue of Amazon, that is cooperation in

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everything good and evil. And this is something that where we were able to cooperate with each other together. And then there's something responsible for social responsibility

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that everybody should feel that

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should be part of education, everyone should feel personal responsibility. Because when

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you have a situation, as you have, for example, in the state where people may be, you know, killed, raped, you know, robbed on the streets, and people just keep walking by. You know, nobody wants to get involved in a bar in one corner by somebody beaten to death, the other is a secondary or they don't want to get involved politically. Nobody wants to

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feel that responsibility. They fear getting involved in getting hurt

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was a valid point of view. children want to be

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encouraged,

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provided the evil command

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should be a part of the nation, it grew up without

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a father returned to a favela.

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Whereas in a

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society, he is totally encouraged to say that Jesus doing something wrong is encouraged to tell him so your inner child should be brought up in a way a child is open in a sense that they see something that appears to be wrong.

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Of course, it is the way

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they should tell you about it. And you should encourage them to tell you about that. Because you are human. And they are going to decide when you're gonna sit there you might fall into some hair. And if you

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then what you're going to do is you're going to become an example for them.

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You're not trained and encouraged to speak out against things that are wrong, then you're training them to follow you in whatever you use.

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And you don't want that you don't want your children to blindly follow your own actions.

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Because for sure, you're liable to be making some error.

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You got to get

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the practice, but anything you have to give them understand that you are human, you can make a mistake. So you, they should tell you

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that made the mistake.

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They shouldn't feel shy to tell you,

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when they grew up with that kind of feeling, if they didn't, they will be constantly looking out for themselves.

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And this is a natural thing. It's a part of the natural state of deliverance,

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opposed to evil. And that was a good

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example, to bring the idea home, from a physical point of view, that, you know, when we feel anyone in our house, physically sounded sick, whatever, we're ready to rush into jobs.

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Again,

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we want to get that taken care of.

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But the racial differences are no different.

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We should have the same drive this will destroy the sickness the same way that you know, if you have a physical sickness in the home.

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And

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I mean, the danger, the harm, which comes from them are much greater than the physical.

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So, you know, he just mentioned it, to say that we should not separate the

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physical side of the thing we were concerned about the physical side should also be concerned about the prison side. And the takeaway is that when you see physical sicknesses decide to seek to find out what are the reasons what are the causes, not only that, we just go and treat it with various different, but you try to find out why this happened so that we can stop it from happening again, the same way we should approach the original

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laws only tried to stop it, when she tried to see what are the reasons what are the causes,

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and tries to then handle the causes, because it's the way you stop things.

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Ultimately, it's not enough, for example, you cut off the handle, you know, you chop off the head of the murderer, if there are factors in society, which are promoting this example, drugs or whatever, they have to go to these prices. And

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so creating this corruption is awesome.

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He also

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know, which relates also to this topic. And it was a group of people who are in a boat,

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you know, some of the top and some in the bottom of the boat, right? And the people in the bottom were offended by the people in the top.

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And

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they decided they wanted to get some water to drink and they didn't want to have people in the top. So decided to

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shuffle holes in the bottom of the boat to get some water. Now, one person from among them, you know, what are they doing for the Fed, they want to get the water department saying that, you know, if he doesn't stop

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people from doing this,

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not only will they deploy them

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to this place.

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So, in this way, we look at somebody involved in some errands via

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the arm from that can come back on the horse, you should look at it as being that individual

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Islamic laws are so severe especially for

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crimes which

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affect the society as a whole in a very obvious sense.

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quantitation these type of transitional affective states of

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evangelization, hear about a sort of protection not only in the individual, but as a society as a whole.

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So

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he said the permit on a practical level as you know, if you see our neighbors or we know people who are dealing in the bank,

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management

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position

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As

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the curriculum clarifies,

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it doesn't matter whether the bank here for example, arguing, that's not what makes it allowable, not allowable, the point is that are liable for it

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to the proper Babylon have declared war on those

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that

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has 70 different branches.

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And those branches is equivalent to a man having sex with his mother. So, I mean, this is

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something which is something interesting something,

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despite

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the fact that biological man is equated with insects.

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So, we should encourage others with no

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money, because

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they, you know, we should encourage them to give this up. And

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similarly,

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families, you know, we notice a brother, his wife is not selling a property

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because the other people are responsible, there are people who can change their hands, that they are the head of the family,

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themselves, of course, in an error, but personally responsible to correct that error in the family is the head of the Father. So we know, you know, brothers,

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families,

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he thought it

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was an important

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place

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to live,

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refer to as

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advising others,

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to be truthful.

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And also advising them to be patient, the idea of calling each other's advisory services also. Because what's involved in the process of advice for young musicians and of course,

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dealing with

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religion is also good advice.

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And the second part of the footage is summed up with revised the

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principle of

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evil. And he pointed out that there are three basic conditions that those are going to embark on and should

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have.

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One is that they should have knowledge.

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I mean, it shouldn't be going on some vague piece of information.

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In other words, if we're brought up with something, from discussions, we heard somebody say, without really getting solid evidence, then this is not enough for us, it will cause people to actually believe

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we have to find out the truth of the matter. When we know what is the truth of the matter, based on the

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information given to us by the early graduates,

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then we have a body of knowledge that we can call people.

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So many great

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to manage

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positions or things we have.

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The second condition is that we should be gentle and giving the right you have to do it. Let

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me

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know if you were

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if you were

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wrong, Ross way,

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gave the message that he could have run away away from Ross wouldn't have thought is essential that the person has, you know, a gentleness in the way in which

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you know, so many times pressure to do something wrong. But, you know, if you react to it, you shouldn't be doing it. Then the person even though what you're saying is true of everything they did

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They're not taking it the right way

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up, we're able to take it

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and sell it to them to the gentleman.

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Then people who know the possibility, good possibility that they will accept it. And the first addition, he mentioned, his lack of patience, as we have to do it patiently to be patient with how people would react

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to the first one,

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we try a different approach. We don't give up on this person feel it, there's no hope.

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Until

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we have no opportunity.

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Or just the person just tells you that Oh, get out of my seat, I don't want to see us as a Shut up, I don't want

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to be that way. I

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believe that situation, perhaps none agenda director person off. Because separately comes you in another circumstance, you know, for something else when they need you, right? They come to you now, they forgotten listen and come to you know, in need. And in that time of need, what you're helping them you also remind them of reality.

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So, you know, this is the approach, you know, that the person is going to be involved in Colorado.

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He has to have said prepared, you know, he doesn't give up hope. He puts his foot in a lie knows a lot of words and for every tiny size.

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Doesn't matter how the people react. It doesn't say that.

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I mean, it's

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a human right. But what it is, is as we try not to let it faze us or affect us to the degree that it affects our ability to continue the process of policies. Maybe they need

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any comments or questions

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later because I wonder

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somebody

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put a gun.

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In the other hand, we don't have

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a we don't have

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symbols.

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So our code

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will be ignored.

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Typically,

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because it isn't

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a good enough

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argument

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usually forgettable and go

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and really community.

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Well, this

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is incorrect. Because our duty is to follow the way of the Prophet Mohammed Salah

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when he was in Mecca when he was all alone, video optimal.

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So to say that is ridiculous. It is really against the way

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this is not the way I know, you've Your duty is to call whoever you can, whether it looks

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that the point is, is no different.

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If all the things were done, you teach is to pass on the message, whoever yours is, can benefit from it. That is with a lot of people join up the problem about the London call at a time when there was normal, he kept on calling.

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This is just a part of the beauty of the Muslims in for others of Islam

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is conveyed to others even with only a verse

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that you heard. And this other he didn't say what you were talking about.

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Make sure you're practicing everything you're saying all these different things.

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Because ideally, it's better that a person be practicing what they're teaching.

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Ideally,

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it doesn't mean though, that simply because you're a practicing

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utility allows you to decrease your

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practice, if you know you're doing something right, which is islamically does not correct, right? It doesn't mean,

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it doesn't mean that you no longer call people. You call them and inform them that you are an error. So that they don't

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try to change my phone number I'm trying to improve myself. But he should not be doing this. So I do see the calling is on many, many different levels. And

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the result of our calling

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in Muslim communities, the ideal example exists with a lot of images, we have no way to determine the future is to say, well, we will leave calling other people I was copying

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what we had done in the yard.

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So therefore, it's a motherboard capable of calling others

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once

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we have that ability rejected one from the point of view that is against us. Another problem is

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that we have no guarantee of the results of our colleagues. And the command that has been given to us with the call it a distinction between Muslims and non Muslims, except in our method for what we used to call

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it to do.

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I would get up early, if

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you didn't know,

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you should give Nice, nice, nice sentences.

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Good luck. You don't have the ugly definition.

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We got it, we got it.

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And the circumstance will determine, you know, how we make a percentage

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will depend on the circumstance. If the circumstances such that there were Muslims around the number, there's more opportunity to call them, then there is another thing because you might be in a situation that your job is non Muslim, all the time, professional, you know, who you reach.

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They don't even want to hear you.

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Whereas you have you know, around, you know, women who are

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affected property.

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By the way, there's

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so many errors.

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And that

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you may get a situation where your boss is Muslim, and he is drinking alcohol, for example. I know you have the people in the administration, he's a

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bad example. Right, but they don't want to hear anything.

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But you have around you all the

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beautiful opportunity is

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to say should be the percentage of that percentage.

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Because we grow accordingly.

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In the circumstance, we give our dollar based on your circumstances.

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And he gives an example this is an American

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I need to come up with

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she's an

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example because I say

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that he has

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something to do something

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on its own one who reaches for his

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property.

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Number two that he made this decision that just looked at me compared the identical

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Another deputy in the problems at another time, you know, when he came back from the house, and he told people about it was it was

00:35:15--> 00:35:16

terrible.

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So this, you know, the press, they were running around telling the different Muslims in Olympia

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many of them

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they can remember who

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He said He received the revelation from from the other guy reply with all of the tips, but there are other people out

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there even at the time also, when he died,

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he dealt with it in a way that

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the issue of Apostasy this happens in the Prophet Muhammad.

00:36:07--> 00:36:21

So, we cannot and we are not responsible for apostasy of an individual that individually possible there are errors made in the method in which it was given to them or the method which you

00:36:23--> 00:36:28

can do to correct it without the corrected the issue of Apostasy. This is something

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that I love, I wouldn't exist until yamo pm.

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So that is

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another topic. Another question.

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My second question, chances are, I'm not going to get

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into

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shape of

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what's the

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sort of late fee for the

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down upgrade or

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take advantage

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of your house.

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It's an unfortunate situation where

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although in a Muslim society, you know, you should have people will come in with with a

00:37:41--> 00:37:53

new method in which it is being carried out, you know, this idea of gentleness has been lost, as the amount pointed out, this was a second condition one has to be gentle. So running around and hitting people with

00:37:54--> 00:37:57

you know, shouting at people in this event, of course,

00:37:59--> 00:38:08

they're doing the opposite. Although the idea of what they're doing is a good idea. The way in which they're carrying it out is error.

00:38:10--> 00:38:14

So, it is always wanted to do the same to people that the concept itself

00:38:16--> 00:38:24

should be in any righteous society. But there are conditions, what are the conditions for this to be done,

00:38:25--> 00:38:26

that the people should be dealt with

00:38:29--> 00:38:30

these people have left

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valid, valid,

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valid,

00:38:56--> 00:39:14

you can explain to them that you know, the idea of a washer, this means a volunteer, a person who voluntarily called people to work inside these people are not doing it voluntarily. They're being forced to do the job. So the garbage is not really coming from the heart.

00:39:15--> 00:39:18

It is that also affects the way that they do it.

00:39:20--> 00:39:28

Whereas originally, it's the idea of a person this is this is an ideal that a person would voluntarily go out.

00:39:32--> 00:39:34

You know, they might

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be you know, defending them. Or at the same time once the lady or some lady comes to the kingdom and they know that oppression before even they come here that they have some problems with it. And they go into the streets and the most productive are things

00:39:51--> 00:39:55

the government has declared destruction. How could they

00:39:58--> 00:39:58

do

00:39:59--> 00:39:59

that

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He will render you iterated over the other than this way. They didn't mind that they know

00:40:08--> 00:40:09

where they treated me

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for a long time, five years ago, hmm.

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And then

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it might be

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because I know

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you're

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going

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to probably by yourself

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every day

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do

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you know after coding, and

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I think this is the majority of them not all, because some of them are going to come from

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right on

00:41:02--> 00:41:05

to the story that I hear, you know, it seems to be lost in the other direction.

00:41:08--> 00:41:08

Already.

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They were diseases, dealing with,

00:41:18--> 00:41:19

at least in my mind,

00:41:35--> 00:41:38

the purpose of the course.

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So far,

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done something wrong.

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Gentlemen,

00:42:08--> 00:42:08

the one

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that was called

00:42:19--> 00:42:20

evidence, there's a lot of factors

00:42:21--> 00:42:29

I want to have because from their point of view, another hand is also a bunch of yoga five users, giving them the software support

00:42:35--> 00:42:36

thinking that

00:42:39--> 00:42:39

everybody

00:42:43--> 00:42:47

should have behavior. For example, the media promotes the opposite.

00:42:48--> 00:43:04

You know, the media promotes the opposition, then again, creating a bigger problem. So emotional support for these kinds of actions, you know, from all the different segments of the society, anytime you find that only one segment of

00:43:06--> 00:43:07

society early diagnosis,

00:43:09--> 00:43:11

I mean, there will be some benefit.

00:43:13--> 00:43:15

So the area goes beyond them.

00:43:16--> 00:43:20

Part of it is in teaching them a melody, but it's always beyond Arizona.

00:43:44--> 00:43:50

This is as applicable, for example, where no matter the software, for example, they shut down in the area that they operate either with a crack house,

00:43:55--> 00:43:56

shut the second down.

00:44:00--> 00:44:00

They all

00:44:05--> 00:44:08

disappeared, try to you know, as opposed to

00:44:10--> 00:44:11

that

00:44:14--> 00:44:14

goodness,

00:44:15--> 00:44:16

to the

00:44:18--> 00:44:19

to the degree that

00:44:20--> 00:44:24

the government structure there was you're under an assignment system

00:44:25--> 00:44:34

that you can do, but within the limits of what you can do. If there are for example, committees which are set up

00:44:35--> 00:44:42

to stop some evil, they pornography. At one time there was even the committee was set up to stop the

00:44:43--> 00:44:49

record industry, recording industry from the vulgar silty sand.

00:44:55--> 00:44:58

He has a complex or limited choice in what they call

00:44:59--> 00:44:59

that

00:45:00--> 00:45:02

There was a time when they were having a

00:45:03--> 00:45:07

commission decided to deal with some upheaval in the society.

00:45:27--> 00:45:29

Messenger bot a man seeking

00:45:32--> 00:45:35

This is a pop up with a lot of his life

00:45:38--> 00:45:38

was

00:45:43--> 00:45:44

the last seven lights

00:45:46--> 00:45:47

indicating,

00:45:56--> 00:45:56

like,

00:46:02--> 00:46:17

one avoid doing it. One is rewarded for avoiding it, even if it is your habit to people in your stomach, if you now decide based on what the process is recommended here. So now we'll try to keep on your side or on your back and

00:46:19--> 00:46:21

you will be rewarded for that.

00:46:25--> 00:46:26

Of course, we go to sleep on your side.

00:46:28--> 00:46:37

And in the course of sleeping, you wake up in the morning or you are in a telco you know, right, you're rewarded for your AdSense invoices people your cycle count,

00:46:38--> 00:46:42

because you're not held to account or anything when you're in a state of unconsciousness.

00:46:45--> 00:46:46

So the point is that

00:46:48--> 00:46:55

we should avoid to whatever degree we can take in an assignment and those who are under our

00:46:56--> 00:46:57

control, should we

00:46:58--> 00:47:02

try to encourage them to sleep on the side or in the back? And

00:47:03--> 00:47:07

there's a logic like that.

00:47:10--> 00:47:13

And myself, I know a lot of occasion when I was

00:47:14--> 00:47:15

in Panama,

00:47:17--> 00:47:21

about the community they had asked me what was the reason why Islam disliked.

00:47:25--> 00:47:26

told him I really

00:47:28--> 00:47:30

did not clarify this beyond saying that a lot of dislikes.

00:47:31--> 00:47:33

I know that in when I was with Gemma,

00:47:35--> 00:47:41

you know they had said session or revise the legacy for the summer for us was almost because the chances of having

00:47:42--> 00:47:43

a problem.

00:47:44--> 00:47:47

But the point is that, you know, a woman that people in that

00:47:48--> 00:47:57

situation is not the same. So this really is not a sufficient solution. And I would not use this as a solution for tests. But

00:47:58--> 00:48:01

while going from there taking a flight from there to Ghana,

00:48:03--> 00:48:07

and on the fly, they are a magazine Time Magazine.

00:48:08--> 00:48:33

Time Magazine, it was talking about that problem in America the different problems that they have the operations Africans have slipped this permission despite all the different things at once in the morning, he was dealing with the different medical advances and dealing with these problems everything at the end of the whole article, that article and they were doctor's recommendations, number one on the list was do not sleep on your stomach.

00:48:35--> 00:48:35

Number one,

00:48:40--> 00:48:43

because the backbone

00:48:45--> 00:48:46

bone structure in our body,

00:48:47--> 00:48:51

when we lie on a stomach, there's nothing to support it.

00:48:53--> 00:49:00

So aside downwards, in front of it is just intestines and middle lungs and both sides. There's no support for it.

00:49:01--> 00:49:23

Whereas, you know, when you lie on your side, because it's not very flexible on society. Nor on your back, you're given a direct report to see this is the best, you know, posture. And they said that he's lying on his stomach was the main cause of curvature of the spine all the way back. Most people in America were common people hunched over the back of it, because

00:49:27--> 00:49:28

when they get older,

00:49:33--> 00:49:39

I mean this is not to say that this is the reason why it was so good. But it is this is modern science.

00:49:41--> 00:49:59

bringing out the wisdom, which is in the divine commandment. It is only confirmation of the basic ideas, you know basic philosophies concerning Islamic law, that those things should be prohibited and disliked by Allah and His messenger.

00:50:00--> 00:50:01

These are things which are

00:50:05--> 00:50:09

alive, editing things, just for the sake of editing them.

00:50:11--> 00:50:14

You know, this is there is wisdom alive here is the Why is it.

00:50:15--> 00:50:27

So the things are done for good reasons there's harm in one way or another if the harm is extremely great, which goes not only to the individual, but goes to the society as a comparison.

00:50:29--> 00:50:32

But if the harm is restricted only to the individual.

00:50:38--> 00:50:43

So we are looking, we accept that there are a lot of forbidden

00:50:44--> 00:50:48

things if it comes to this example. Right. So we avoided on the basis of that.

00:50:49--> 00:50:54

We don't wait until we find what is amazing. Before we

00:50:57--> 00:50:58

because somebody has an issue.

00:51:00--> 00:51:06

You know, it is illegal to develop Microsoft. And so they were able to find out that the thing is the carrier

00:51:08--> 00:51:10

sickness, which is 78 divided

00:51:11--> 00:51:14

by six. And the main chapter is the patient

00:51:16--> 00:51:20

medically identified in the last century. But the point is that

00:51:21--> 00:51:25

over the last 1300 years protected themselves without

00:51:26--> 00:51:30

having to know these rights. Even they haven't, they haven't had any

00:51:32--> 00:51:34

I know the angles are not available in

00:51:37--> 00:51:42

class because of the Houston code is running for that time and for all the time up to this

00:51:46--> 00:51:49

point. But exactly it's 30 days, the annual liability

00:51:51--> 00:51:52

was not yet

00:51:55--> 00:51:55

but

00:51:58--> 00:51:59

maybe we can find

00:52:00--> 00:52:01

some articles

00:52:04--> 00:52:05

on Egypt.

00:52:17--> 00:52:23

This is a this is showing that the that the Quran and the commandments of the Bible

00:52:25--> 00:52:26

to the people particularly

00:52:33--> 00:52:34

concerning

00:52:37--> 00:52:40

related to the use of imitating

00:52:53--> 00:52:53

10 years ago.

00:53:01--> 00:53:05

Before you let me confirm that it is really from Hobby

00:53:06--> 00:53:08

but there's another Habibullah designer which

00:53:10--> 00:53:14

is the way that the people of the Hellfire life is related to the way that people

00:53:16--> 00:53:18

shake hands specifically

00:53:35--> 00:53:35

reported

00:53:53--> 00:53:57

Our reporter limited sense that a lot of likes

00:53:59--> 00:54:00

and dislikes.

00:54:01--> 00:54:03

So when one of you seizes

00:54:04--> 00:54:12

and says All Praise be to Allah, it is the duty of me look to hear this addition say to him In response, the hum of a lot

00:54:13--> 00:54:15

of mercy on you

00:54:16--> 00:54:18

as well. yawning is contagious.

00:54:19--> 00:54:20

When one of you yawn

00:54:22--> 00:54:23

and prophesize you can

00:54:24--> 00:54:27

because we're all of you on Satan's last.

00:54:30--> 00:54:35

So, this is, by the way, addabbo mannerisms, the Muslim,

00:54:36--> 00:54:38

that when it is he says 100

00:54:39--> 00:54:40

others around,

00:54:41--> 00:54:44

say Alhamdulillah he can

00:54:47--> 00:54:48

guide you and

00:54:49--> 00:54:50

well

00:54:53--> 00:54:55

also that the fight beyond

00:54:57--> 00:54:59

is just not his normal characteristic to be

00:55:01--> 00:55:02

Most people you know cracking is not

00:55:04--> 00:55:05

very common.

00:55:07--> 00:55:08

And of course, I was discussing

00:55:11--> 00:55:23

this is that part of the Islamic manner is that he finds it difficult to stop it you know if you can get it so that he expresses it inside without opening his mouth or become a

00:55:25--> 00:55:29

minimum there's not a hadith in response to say I would be lying

00:55:32--> 00:55:38

because also, this is one of the opportunities the status as

00:55:43--> 00:55:50

a witness is why I'm saying here that my life the years of his life beyond

00:55:52--> 00:55:58

hazing, another added visibility across the life like an alive as well as yawning is close to death.

00:55:59--> 00:56:04

This is a site where you have one opportunity to practice properly and TV is like a system

00:56:06--> 00:56:07

made by pasatiempo

00:56:24--> 00:56:26

Okay. So, this is you know,

00:56:27--> 00:56:30

alternately opportunities with a humbleness

00:56:32--> 00:56:39

this recycler I mean this is part of the Islamic mannerism know where we see that in in

00:56:40--> 00:56:42

even a simple like eating

00:56:43--> 00:56:48

right, we are remembering along we're thanking along

00:56:49--> 00:57:00

something healthy and good work when we say color we remember a lot. So, we this is one of the basic I think principles that you will find throughout the addabbo advocates have

00:57:02--> 00:57:06

provided for us that we are given

00:57:07--> 00:57:07

different

00:57:09--> 00:57:12

phrases a phrase, etc, to keep

00:57:14--> 00:57:14

contact with.

00:57:16--> 00:57:17

Because if something happens, you are

00:57:18--> 00:57:26

used as a means of remembering the last Because ultimately, this is what makes the difference this way the believe relative

00:57:27--> 00:57:28

is the remembrance of Allah.

00:57:29--> 00:57:39

So everything in Islam in terms of a law that has everything is geared towards helping us remember. And this

00:57:41--> 00:57:46

is even one of the acts and even beyond it was a dislike that we tried to fight against and everything. So

00:57:47--> 00:57:48

how

00:57:51--> 00:57:52

we can represent him.

00:58:05--> 00:58:10

Well, he says here that yawning is sponsored by how I don't recall

00:58:13--> 00:58:15

implying irresponsible

00:58:16--> 00:58:18

Satan as some factor in it.

00:58:20--> 00:58:21

Second,

00:58:28--> 00:58:31

point of possession is always at the point.

00:58:34--> 00:58:35

Guard is down.

00:58:54--> 00:58:58

When when they are when you're recovering.

00:59:14--> 00:59:15

collectively together

00:59:40--> 00:59:42

give us the courage and strength

00:59:47--> 00:59:49

to evil wherever we find this

00:59:51--> 00:59:54

degree that we can we also have to

00:59:55--> 00:59:56

call of

00:59:57--> 00:59:58

duty