In the Names of Allah – 07 – as-Salaam

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moto moto Barakatuhu

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as usual, were waiting for others to join us before beginning

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and inshallah

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we will begin

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I just like to respond to those sending their greetings Abubakar Abdullah

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welcome Salaam Nadira. tajudeen

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alaikum Salaam from Melbourne, Australia is a Biba Hartman

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from Germany, Duffield Dorf

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well I help us all to benefit from this series

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and allow me to complete it and share it further

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we also have from Atlanta Georgia

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sister Fatima

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Ramadan Mubarak to you too

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and Balibar more see we have a regular set of of students now.

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So Allah

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Welcome to you too.

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It was suggested that inshallah when we finish we'll make it a course

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in our general Diploma

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in some work has to be done to create multiple choice questions for each session and you know, midterm exam and a final exam of sorts.

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So Shi'ites challenge, it's worth doing inshallah

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so those would like to help with that. If you're good at making multiple choice questions and we appreciate your help

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Nabil

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awesome from Chicago.

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Big him

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from Sacramento, California, or a con Salaam

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john Gunderson.

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I don't know whether your name is actually pronounced Yan, maybe

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from Sweden

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may reward a lot reward you for joining us participating nazira Diablo

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from Toronto Halima de from Phoenix Arizona. Why they come Salaam to both of you

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Masha Allah

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hamdulillah

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the

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response on

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Instagram

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was good. We broadcasted on Instagram yesterday and we'll be doing that again today.

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So, my shot law Mashallah later on in next few days, we'll also add

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Facebook

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Chava.

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cagily sanyang

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from Finland

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alaikum Salaam

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and Mimi Fufu

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from Denmark, Copenhagen

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that's Copenhagen, Denmark, while they come Salaam to you also.

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Omar

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alaikum Salaam

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from Ireland

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it comes to them are awkward to lie America to Faisal Ali.

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from Kashmir

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alaikum Salaam Do you? Kashmir is a place which I would love to visit some time for law exit possible. I'm assuming that you're maybe from Indian Kashmir as opposed to Pakistani Kashmir

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may allow bring you all back together as one

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when it's best Ebony Lexi

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I

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say I mean to your prayer that we all have a beautiful day of fasting

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and

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blessings of Allah

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Salaam

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and from Somaliland we have Mustafa Wali

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boy here

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this actually taught here

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while they come Salaam

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Baraka Luffy calm

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I've

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lived in Somaliland for some time I have a home in Somaliland.

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rented, not

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bought but rented. I have family there.

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My son is there. Sam Phillips.

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Sam, I've been Bradley Phillips

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Yeah, that's me

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below Bradley Phillips

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Mashallah,

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to me Mohamed from Bangladesh

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or Alaykum Salaam to you also

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and send me a lot or send me a lot of rock man.

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It's kind of a difficult name really should be some iraq man better.

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Anyway,

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greetings to you.

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And inshallah we'll be

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beginning the program.

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Just now.

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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah al Karim while and he was hobby woman is standing by bissonnet e. Li Ahmed Dean.

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All praises due to a law and realize Peace and blessings beyond the last prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and and all those who follow the path of righteousness until the last day.

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This is the seventh session

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of our series in the names of Allah

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and in this session we'll be looking at name number eight I Salaam.

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The name of Salaam

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is only found once in the whole Quran.

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Al Malik who could do Salah surah hasher verse 23

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once only as a name of allah

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but in the derivatives of the name it's found over 140 times

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in 16 different derived forms

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from us llama to Salaam to Saleem Aslam ease to Al muslimeen, etc. All of these are derivatives from

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a Salaam. linguistically the Divine Name As salam comes from the trilateral route seen Lam Meem

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whose verbal nouns Salah Mattoon and Salah moon

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have three basic meanings. The first main meaning

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is to be peaceful content and tranquil

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The second meaning is to be free from imperfections.

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And the third meaning

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is to be safe, secure, and well. So all of these represent different groups of meanings based on the verbal nouns, which form the foundation for the name as salaam.

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When the greeting salaam aleikum is given,

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it means that one is informing the other, the one to whom we're giving salaams. We're informing them of safety from our side,

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and an absence of hostility.

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Safety which we may call on from God from Allah, for the individual, for his protection,

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linguistically Salaam and Salama. The two verbal nouns I mentioned earlier, relative to a law means the one who is free from all imperfections, he is perfect in his essence.

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And in his attributes and actions,

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is perfection.

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Allah as salaam

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is such that it has absolutely no deficiencies.

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His creation is safe

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from any injustice on his part, well, I have limra book. And your Lord will not oppress anyone. And he will greet the believers when they enter into paradise. And may Allah make us all among them.

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Salomon oulun Mel Robbins regime

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peace, a greeting from the most graceful and merciful Lord.

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Moving on now to application.

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And we'll be looking at the application according to the pattern,

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or the template set by the 12th century scholar have been bought Paul, from Spain

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is four principles. first of which is to adopt where applicable,

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that's most direct, this is the most direct way of application is to adopt it.

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But as is the case, really, of all of our laws names.

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They can't be adopted and applied directly, because human beings are not and cannot be free from imperfections. So how can we be

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perfect

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when we ourselves imperfect, not possible. But we can express that perfection with its limitations in a variety of different ways, which we're going to look at. But I should mention here that there are some people who claim that four Prophet Muhammad SAW Salaam for Ali,

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for the prophets outside of his daughter, Fatima, and grandchildren of the prophets, Allah, great grandchildren, etc, etc, who

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they refer to as the inflatables

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that they were completely free from imperfection.

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And they are known as the Shia.

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Amongst Sunni Muslims, we also have those who have attributed this imperfection, rejected any imperfection from being attributed to Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam

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and they consider it a grave crime. To say that the prophets Allah made mistakes. But actually there are verses in the Quran where Allah corrects the Prophet knocks

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tells him what you did wasn't right. It wasn't that it should have been that and so on. So on. So their corrections in the Quran recorded in authentic

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So now,

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so, this is an incorrect belief, because people have

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elevated the Prophet sallallahu wasallam to the point where he is a demigod who they're praying to worshiping,

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then, of course, it doesn't make sense that your God is going to be imperfect. Right? So, this becomes

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a background

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drive for claiming this perfection.

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infallibility

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for Prophet Muhammad wa sallam, which the Quran itself denies and the prophets Allah. He said, All people seek repentance from Allah.

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Indeed, I seek repentance from him 100 times daily.

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What was he seeking repentance?

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of nothing

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is perfect. He has no mistakes is infallible.

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What is he seeking repentance for?

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Oh, well, you know, is is teaching the oma

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how to seek repentance.

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This is nonsense. Because it means he's misinforming the oma This is the same issue that I run into time and time again with Christians. Who

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when I asked them

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so yeah, you're saying okay, Jesus, is God.

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God, the Son, God the Father are one.

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So who was Jesus praying to? I mean, you haven't recorded in your Gospels.

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It says there and different places that Jesus prayed. He prayed.

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To whom?

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Who was he calling on?

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Oh, God, but how can he be calling on God when he is God? So he's calling on himself. This is like, nonsense.

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No, he's showing people how to pray to God.

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Well, so what is your Lord's Prayer?

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your Lord's Prayer which says,

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I begins you know, with Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name.

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goes on that kingdom come, thy will be done, etc, etc, on earth as it is in heaven, so on so

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but Our Father

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who art in heaven art means who is old English.

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So

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why didn't he say

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our God, Jesus who is in heaven, He didn't teach people to pray like this.

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So their explanation is like these people's explanation that the prophets are Salam was seeking repentance for things that he didn't do.

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You know, is asking Allah to forgive him for things he didn't do.

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Not that he was supposed to do and he didn't do them. But he just didn't do them because he was he didn't make any mistakes. This confusion

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you know, and the prophet SAW Selim told us about the deen what what to keep in mind all the time.

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Correct to come Allah Mahajan invader. I've left you on a clear white plane. Laila Kalahari Ha. Whose night is like it's the

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nighttime is like daytime, as you can see in the daytime, everything clearly. You can see in the nighttime everything clearly.

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As if you had night vision goggles.

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Like is your one ha Ilana and whoever deviates from that.

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That understanding that clarity that he left behind,

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whoever deviates from that will be destroyed. That's the bottom line.

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As he said I'll Hallelu by

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the halala what is permissible is clear, crystal clear. And what is freedom?

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Then is crystal clear while haraam away.

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So

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continuing on.

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Prophet Muhammad SAW Salam used to seek repentance from Allah daily.

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As he said, Indeed, I seek repentance from him 100 times a day.

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So, this is something we are encouraged to do.

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This is how we part of how we adopt a lot being the pure,

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the perfect

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the source of peace and tranquility, etc, is that

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we

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turn to Him,

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seeking His forgiveness from the things which will cloud and distort and disturb our minds, our soul our thinking.

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Also,

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there was another Hadith,

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which shows that if the prophets of Salaam was perfect,

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then his good deeds would have been sufficient to take him to paradise. But he said,

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do good deeds properly, sincerely, and moderately, don't go to extremes, and receive good news receive this good news.

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Because once good deeds will not make him or her into paradise, if it's just dependent on good deeds, whether for us or for profit members, or for any of the prophets,

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it wouldn't be enough to get us to paradise. So his companions asked him, even you, or messenger of Allah, even you, he said, even I, unless and until Allah bestows his pardon, and mercy on me,

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the wraps me in his pardon, and mercy.

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However, even with our imperfections, there is much we can do to implement this Divine Name in our lives.

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In the beginning, we can be a source of peace. on a human level, the believer should strive to be a source of peace and security for his or her believing brothers and sisters, as a law is a source of peace and security in his life.

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The provinces so let me encourage this saying, I will Muslim man Saleemul Muslim moon and mainly Sunny, he was ready. The true Muslim is one from whose tongue and hands, Muslims are safe.

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One from whose tongue and hands, Muslims are safe.

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That that's what we should be.

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He also said,

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shall I tell you who the true believer is

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one from whom the people feel secure regarding their wealth, and their persons.

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So we don't harm others. In order to do that, we need to have clean hearts.

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Clean outs,

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not jealousy about anybody. Envy,

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hatred, dislike etc. A heart should be

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free from that.

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And there's a well known narration story.

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True Story Of course,

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of the occasion, when in the prophets on Solomon's mosque,

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he and his companions were sitting in a circle, he was teaching them the dean.

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And while teaching them, he stopped, he paused

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and he said to them, the next person

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who will

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Walk into the mosque

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will be from the people of paradise. Of course, this is not the prophet SAW Selim, knowing the unseen. This was revealed to him. Allah gave him that information. Angel Gabriel whispered in his ear.

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So, of course, once he said that, they all turn to look at the gate of the masjid door, the masjid to see who was coming in next.

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And in walks this companion Sahabi

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who

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my everybody knew him, not maybe by name or whatever, you know, because when the narration was given, they didn't mention a name. It's just a compact. One among is 60,000 or 80,000 when it were existing when he died.

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So, they said okay, they looked at him, watch me walked in.

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He had water dripping from his beard made will do. He was carrying his sandals in his hands.

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Then he went put them down, made his two Raka which were supposed to make when we enter the masjid. And then he went over and sat with the

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circle of the Prophet. So

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they said, okay,

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Allah.

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Allah knows best. We don't know why, you know, he, he's not abubaker is not Omar's, the people who are famous and everything. But, you know, amongst us was well known, you know. But if you say so,

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the next day

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in the darkness, the lesson that he was giving,

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again, stopped

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and said, the next person who's coming in the masjid will be from the people of paradise.

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Okay, that's somebody else coming now. All right. So they're all looking waiting to see the next person is going to walk in.

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And in walks the same companion, okay.

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He did the same thing, join them.

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The dust went on

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the third day.

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Rob starts at lemans, giving his lessons teaching the companions.

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And he pauses. Lecture stopped and told them again.

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The next person coming in will be from the people of Paradise, they all look

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waiting, in walks the same companion.

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So behind Allah,

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if you can't get a more affirmative

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prop proclamation of the prophesize alum about somebody's going to paradise, because he only had the authority based on what Allah had revealed to him to say that this person is going to provide us with that person, one pilot. We know he did mention this about other companions on other occasions. But anyway, this occasion, all three times it was this individual.

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So one of the companions, younger companion.

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What he did was after the divorce was over and people were leaving, he went up to him. And he said the same man who did know the name specifically with cabana. He said, Listen,

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you know, I had had an altercation with my father and

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he kicked me out of the house. I had to the Can I stay a few nights with you, please. So treasure

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took him into his home with him

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and

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ate with them. went to sleep at night.

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It's young combined, and he got up to make 100

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and he didn't seem crazy.

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Make 1000 Okay.

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Then great fighter and

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he did this for like,

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three nights.

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Then finally,

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he said this.

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Actually, I told you a story.

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There was no problem with my father.

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I just wanted to know

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what you were doing

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that made you among the people of Paradise, of course companions saying what what do you mean, among the people of paradise? So that's what the prompts are. Someone said, you're going to be among the people of paradise. So, but I didn't see you getting up and praying in the middle of the night.

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I didn't see you fasting every day or you know, I didn't see anything special. You just like the rest of us. He said, but what you saw is what I am. That's me.

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So Oh, except one thing, that before I go to sleep at night,

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I made sure that I don't have anything in my heart against anyone.

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No bad feelings, hatred, you know,

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make sure that I go to sleep at night. Free from that

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is the uncombined Ah, that's it. That's the one that you know, most of us cannot do. It's just impossible. These things are stuck in our hearts and we can't remove it you know. So I love

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this illustrated the value

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and is a true story illustrated the value of

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purifying the heart cleaning ones

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from these feelings. And there are a lot of tells us in the Quran

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that we should not

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hold in our hearts

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in feeling towards the believer,

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the believers

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so

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we should strive to purify our hearts. Strong striving to clean our hearts of bad feelings and thoughts

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is something we all can do.

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Though the companions said, it's very difficult. It is difficult, but we can do it. It is important because Allah informed us that having a relatively clean heart is the only thing that will benefit us on the Day of Judgment.

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If our hearts are free from major defects, will be welcomed by a law who said in the Koran Surah assura yo my lion, Pharaoh Malou, while I've been in lamb and at our law, will call when Sally

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a day when neither money nor children will be of any benefit except one who comes to Allah with a pure heart and the term use this Saleem

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from Salam from Sallam

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in order to further stress the importance of having a clean heart. The prophet SAW Selim said, Indeed, Allah does not look at your faces

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or your wealth, but he looks into your hearts

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and

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he looks at your deeds

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in the same way that we are alert,

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concerned regarding our physical diseases, we should constantly assess the condition of our hearts

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for diseases like lying, backbiting, swearing, hypocrisy, jealousy, showing off and all these other things and we should seek cures from them in the Quran and the Sunnah, as all that matters, is that we meet Allah

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as salaam, with a sound heart.

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Implementing

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the Divine Name As salam.

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We do so also by turning to Allah for peace,

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the belief that peace, safety and

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wellbeing comes only from Allah further encourages the believer to turn to a law for peace of mind, and contentment.

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Peaceful minds and hearts cannot be bought with the wealth of this world.

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It can only be earned by submitting ourselves to Allah.

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As the Almighty said

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alladhina amanu. We're talking about in Hulu, boom, the decree let.

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It is only with the remembrance of Allah,

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that hearts find rest. Allah basically lay top my enamel kulu.

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That's the 13th chapter, verse 28.

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Whereas people constantly chasing after materialistic means,

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like sex, drugs and rock and roll to fulfill their desires for contentment and peace, enjoyment to feel pleased. Many of those with the means to have overdoses of these pleasures end up committing suicide.

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However, piece from other than a law brings with it turmoil, confusion and dissatisfaction. It's only peace for a while.

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You had a famous German industrialists some years back billionaire

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among the richest people in the world,

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who

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had a deficit or

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a reduction in his profits, significant reduction. back a few years back when there was a crash in the stock market, he lost

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billions.

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So what did he do?

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He went

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to the train track, lay on there and had the trade run over

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him himself.

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Now, he had

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fought his way from nothing. He didn't inherit wealth and build on it. He came from zero. He worked like a madman throughout his life until he gained this wealth.

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And then he lost a chunk of it a big chunk. But what he had left was the bigger chunk.

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And when we're talking about billions, you know, you can't spend that kind of money, even if you try it.

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But for him, the loss, all that he could focus on was the loss of all of this effort, he made the losses. He couldn't focus on what he had, and be thankful for it couldn't, because he lacked that connection,

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that connection with God, which would give him that sense of peace, peace of mind, peace of heart,

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peace of soul

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elected. So

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the end result was

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suicide. like Japan, Japan, one of the most industrialized countries on the face of the earth, the rate of suicide there is the highest in the world.

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Incredible. Wonder what what is this?

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The pressures of the society is so great.

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You know, just to get your kids in kindergarten, they have examinations and you know, so people are preparing their kids from

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from the time they can say a word. That's it. They're, you know, putting words in their heads and kind of prepare them because they have examinations and those who get the top marks in the examinations get it.

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Those who don't, don't.

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We can further find peace

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by surrendering ourselves submitting ourselves to a law

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and this is really the only way to be secure and experience the peaceful trend.

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Quality which comes with the connection with Allah.

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If we submit by truly accepting Islam, we will be granted a laws Salaam

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peace of mind and heart. The believers should always follow the guidance revealed by Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and do the required actions to make peace a reality in both this life and the next, as Allah said, there is fruit for them.

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And for them is whatever they wish, peace, a word, from a merciful Lord.

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We should continually remind ourselves of Daraa Salaam, the abode of peace, not that a Salaam in Tanzania.

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I've been there. It's a nice place, but the real dar Salam

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Jana, so that we will strive harder to do as many good deeds as possible, in order to receive the Salam of Allah and be safe and secure in his garden. That's

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one of the practical ways also is spreading peace greetings in our communities, gatherings,

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workplace everywhere.

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This is a very practical way of implementing the Divine Name

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as salaam in our lives.

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For it to be a source of peace for others, we're helping others achieve.

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Consequently, the prophet SAW Selim encouraged his followers to greet each other frequently, using this Divine Name, and made the return of greetings and obligation on the believers, saying, you will not enter Paradise until you believe.

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And you will not believe until you love each other.

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Shall I not guide you to something which, if you did it, you will love each other,

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spread the greetings of peace among yourselves.

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So he gave this General Instruction and these peace greetings.

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This is not something new, meaning that the promise or Salam came up with this. You know, it's been around for

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1000s of years.

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If we look into the scriptures of the Jews and the Christians, you will find mention of this

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where for example, Jesus is reported to have greeted his followers saying Peace be upon you.

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In Hebrews salaam aleikum sounds like us, Salaam Alaikum.

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In chapter 20, verse 19,

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the anonymous author of the Gospel According to john wrote, The following about Jesus after his suppose crucifixion,

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Jesus said to them again, peace be with you, as the Father has sent me, even so, I send you.

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And in the Old Testament, you can find in the first Samwell 25 verse six, Prophet David is reported to have instructed his emissaries whom is sent to novel

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and thus you shall salute them, Peace be to you,

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and Peace be to your house, and Peace be to all that you have.

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So the spreading of peace greetings is important.

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And then universal and universal Islamic custom, which bonds is society together. It is so important that the prophet SAW Selim even gave details as to the protocol of giving Greetings, in order for it not to be confined to the commenters. Reading the nobles, in order to avoid confusion as to who should give greetings first, etc.

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Our era could relate to

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The province on sentiment said

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one,

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the young should greet the elders with peace, young in respect to the elders, they should be the ones to give the greeting first the passer by should give the one sitting, somebody were fixed, somebody comes in on us walking by, he or she is the one to give the greetings first. And the smaller group,

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which comes in contact with a larger group should give the greetings to the larger group.

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And He further said the one who's writing should read the one who is walking, you're riding by on your bicycle, somebody is taking a walk.

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It's on you to give the greeting first. And the one walking should greet the one sitting. That is similar to the second point.

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He also added another factor to overcome sticky circumstances when protocol isn't followed.

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Like when elders should greet youngsters, but they don't do it. They don't they feel these are little kids. What do I need to give them Salah they're the ones who should be giving me sir.

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But they happen to be in a situation where they're passing by and the younger guys are sitting there or whatever. So the circumstance required them.

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He provided a positive profits outside and provided a positive way out of that type of situation by praising the superiority of the one who gives greetings. First,

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I will mama quoted the process or am I saying indeed the best people to Allah in the sight of Allah are those who are first to greet with peace.

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Those who are first, they get the greatest reward.

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And to overcome people's reluctance to greet those who they don't know. The broadside Sallam said that among the best actions is to do this. feeding the hungry

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is among the best actions and saying salaams to those you know, and those whom you do not know,

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is amongst the best actions.

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In terms of the companions,

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is noted. They were described by their students

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as being so eager to give greetings that if they were walking together in a group, and a tree

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came between them, they had to go somewhere on one side, some of the other side. When they came back together again, they used to give salons to each other all over again.

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Martial.

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Well, for non Muslims living amongst Muslims, they sometimes find this annoying.

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working in an office, for example, people coming into the office and giving salons over and over again, everybody comes into our icons comes in. So our echo.

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In other societies,

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you give the greetings once in the morning, one time that's it. But Muslims, they come in gifts around the God or the office, they come back in again. So again, want something else they come back in, so they come. So

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it's not surprising to

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find them annoyed by it. Because they're not used to it. It's not their practice to do this.

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However, they don't understand that this greeting is in fact spreading good feelings amongst us.

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Because the greeting of course is only rewardable if it's done properly. And it should be done with a smile as well. So sentiment said that smiling to your brother or sister is sadhaka.

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So when we're giving Greetings, you know we shouldn't be giving it and frowning.

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We should be smiling when giving it

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so

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when a person greets you and smiles, it makes you feel better.

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You know it brings a smile to your face. So it's

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A good thing

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we do is Salaam is even enshrined in the Muslim code of ethics in the Sharia itself,

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saying Salaam is one of the rights of a Muslim over his fellow Muslim, as the province on Salaam said, a Muslim has five rights over his fellow Muslim.

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The first is he should return his salons.

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The obligation is the returning of Salah it's not an obligation to say salaams first, it's commendable, rewardable best,

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but at least

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what is an obligation is somebody gives you salaams you should return those alarms.

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And in general,

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if we want Salam security, protection of a law, who is a salon,

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we shouldn't oppress ourselves by doing wrong to others.

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doing wrong in our relationship with Allah,

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who is a salon?

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We should avoid being unjust.

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We wrong ourselves by sitting and not fulfilling the rights of others.

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The rights of Allah

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among the rights of others, its obedience, parents, protecting the honors, honor of others, helping the needy and so on. So by not doing that, we are

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destroying our state.

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We're taking the Baraka, the blessing away from our state of Salaam.

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And the process alum taught us that immediately after our formal prayers is five times a day. We're encouraged to ask protection and safety from Allah for the mistakes that we committed in the salon. Rosa Lim said

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Oh, it was important that the prompts I said I'm used to say regularly I stopped federal law. I asked for a loss forgiveness three times. And then he would say, Allah home anta Salah

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Well, minca salam, Tabarak, then Jelani one crown,

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all Allah, you are peace, and peace comes from you. May you be blessed.

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Owner of glory and peace and grace.

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So we should

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utilize this to our sponsors Allah

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himself did, it didn't specifically tell us to do it. So it's not like a obligation or anything like that. But the fact that he did it regularly is something we should add in our repertoire of

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good

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prayers supplications etc.

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Now going on to point to have you been backhaul, which is confirm were unique and in aplicable.

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Giving salaams to Allah.

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Is this applicable, praying for the prophet SAW Salaam, not to him by sending salaams on him,

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saying for example, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and up upon the prophets and the righteous same alayhis salam,

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or LA ha I salam, o la hemos Salaam.

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All of that

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Allah Almighty does in the Quran, and it is a commendable act. However, we should not say

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As salam o Allah, Allah

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salaams Allah, because he is a Salah. He doesn't need security and safety because he is the source of peace and perfection.

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So

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I'm delighted in my throat related that

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Initially when they prayed behind the Prophet sallallahu sallam,

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they used to say, as salaamu other law, Peace be to Allah.

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The Prophet says,

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Stop them and said, Indeed, Allah is the Restore of peace. So, say instead a dahiya to be nahi Salatu Bhai, but

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we know this

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is became the Shahada in our prayers. So, it is inappropriate

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for us, to give salaams to Allah, we seek Salaam from him.

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We ask him to help us and put Salaam in our lives

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with spread and Salaam, amongst us, amongst our neighbors, families, etc.

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So we may

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suggest or pray or supplicate

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asking that Salaam

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be given to each other. Salaam Alaikum.

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This is our basic reading.

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But not Salaam, Allah.

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The third principle of avian backhaul was to have hope, where there is a promise in the name.

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belief in Allah has freedom from any defects ensures the believer that he or she will not be denied the fruit of their sacrifices to avoid the forbidden in this life.

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As the problems are solved, I'm informed that the believer has to live in a self imposed prison in this life. While the disbelievers are free to do whatever they wish

00:57:23--> 00:57:26

Abou eriko to the process element saying

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dunya

00:57:31--> 00:57:33

signal movement

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This world is a prisoner for the believers.

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What Jen little cafe and paradise for the disbelievers.

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Of course it is a self made prison.

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And this self made prison is actually a protective shield from a world caught in the grasp of Satan and his followers.

00:58:06--> 00:58:08

They're tricking and deluding the masses.

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as Adam and Eve were deluded, in the beginning of our journey on Earth, the same methods which he used to deceive Adam and Eve is using them now.

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same methodology, nothing new.

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So, what is on us?

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is to be patient in times of drought, because

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that's the nature of our lives.

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Ma sabalan we'll see but in Ellerbee, isn't it that no disaster strikes except by the permission of Allah.

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Who may my yup men Billa Yeah, the palomba and whoever believes in Allah, Allah will guide his heart. So that's what we seek.

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So we have to show patience and perseverance and hard times because it's a part of life.

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And Allah Salam

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will give us peace inside

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it will be peace inside our hearts, sight our minds inside our soul. giving us a feeling of well being serenity and peace.

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With that, we'll close our session

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calling on Allah using this name.

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Oh Allah as salaam.

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Yeah, Salam.

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We affirm that all peace and safety comes

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From you alone,

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protect us and provide us with safety in this world and the next

01:00:10--> 01:00:19

guidance to patients and inner peace and make us among those from whom others are safe

01:00:21--> 01:00:25

and make us safe from the injustice of others

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adorn us with sound hearts,

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peaceful hearts, pure hearts, and make us among those who have blessed to receive your salaams

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in Paradise, I mean

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Barack a lot of people

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so I why they come to lie about a cattle

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will now

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go back

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to

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our questions and answers q&a.

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But as usual, I am reminding you again to reflect on what we're going to break our fast with today.

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What will you eat for supper?

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Tomorrow morning.

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A majority of us can easily answer this question.

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But there are young children starving among the row hinga from Burma, and the Uighur Muslim communities from China. In this Ramadan you can help them through charity right.

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Our beloved Prophet Muhammad SAW Salah mad said

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So now I need

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to lie here very cattle. My dear brothers and sisters

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will now shift to our cue q&a.

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This mill

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The first question we have from Faisal Ali. And Faisal seems to be the first everyday very conscientious Mashallah.

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His question is

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in the lecture of the blind heart

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Okay, this is way off the topic now. The blind heart Yes, I did this lecture some time back.

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That what heart is mentioned in the Quran is not the actual heart which plumps up which pumps blood

01:04:09--> 01:04:10

it is the soul

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and it resides

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in the place of the heart. Do you have any evidence

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to you asking me if I have evidence?

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Well

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reality is what

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do we have

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heart transplants?

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We have heart transplants I'm sure you're gonna say Yeah, we do.

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Somebody else's heart can be put in our heart.

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Place.

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When somebody else's heart is put in your heart.

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do all the things that Allah speaks about in the process and speaks about the heart

01:05:01--> 01:05:11

Does that come from that person into your heart? You're just now, as it's now you're, you're carrying his heart in your chest? No.

01:05:12--> 01:05:14

So then where's the heart?

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That is the only logical explanation.

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Because of course, when this explanation was given, people were saying,

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well, we have our transplants.

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So what does this have these mean?

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So this is this explains, you know, the circumstance,

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it makes sense.

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And we go with it

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until you have evidence otherwise.

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Do you have evidence

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to prove otherwise? I'm glad to hear it. But I'll gladly accept it. If you have all the evidence. It's clear.

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Consumer,

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what is the ruling on eating while in the state of Geneva? to it?

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It's great.

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It's perfectly okay. You know, people who are going to put make rules which are not in the Sharia, we ask Allah

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to guide them.

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Yeah, these are customs that may pop up in someplace wrong. If you're in a state of Geneva, you should not eat food.

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Where did this come from?

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Women. If you're in the presence of your father, your head should be covered. Where does that come from?

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If you're digging a bath, you should not be naked, you should be wearing some other garment over you. So you are not naked.

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Who are in the world did this come from?

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People come up with all kinds of things.

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Number three, the one is rot. JOHN, someone comes with a fatwa from a renowned source, which says that there are differences of opinion regarding the permissibility of listening to music, then how can I advise him?

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Okay,

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there are differences of opinion. And there are many differences of opinion about so many different things. What do we do when there are differences of opinion?

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We say

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where's the evidence?

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Where is the evidence?

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Now, if the evidence gathered together, when you read you read the authentic hadith, which addressed the issues of music, and you see clearly

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that music has been prohibited,

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then

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the opinions become irrelevant.

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In the end, it is the evidence

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how to bore Hanako

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in quantum sadati, if you're truthful, your evidence, let's see it. So it's all about the evidence. So if you've read evidence, which convinces you that music is okay.

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That's between you and Allah.

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You know, Allah will hold you to account for what you know.

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You're forgiven.

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For what you don't know. If you have made an effort to know

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not did I attach? It didn't she asks. Is it permissible to do Vicar together with the kids after praying for Salah

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boy Should I encourage them to do it individually?

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Well, for children to help them learn. You may do it with them.

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was sure when you're dealing with now

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but

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You don't turn it into a regular

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group

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liquor

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on a regular basis, but in teaching the children, they say it with you, they say it after you in order to learn it. But once they have learned themselves, and they've understood, then

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let them say it, you encourage them to say it on their own individually. Because that was the way of the companions of rasulillah salam, that's how they did it.

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Do you want it stripped jahaan

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if your child shows signs of wavering faith, like missing prayer, not wearing hijab, etc,

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should we prioritize among these obligations and fix them one by one,

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by first

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focusing on prayer, then on hijab,

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that's probably better. You know, if you're going to try and tackle all of these things, at the same time, you know, you're just gonna be coming like an ogre.

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You are Hi, Ron.

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Take one, let's get the prayer in order, we establish it, and

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fasting, etc.

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Put them in contact

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with good friends, who will help them to remember a lot. Because of course, the companions

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circle that your children operate in this in a large degree to a large degree is going to determine their way of thinking, their points of view, etc. all the stuff you've told them, you know, it becomes secondary to the group mentality, once they're with the group, then there is a group mind

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that nobody wants to challenge,

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you know, conformity. That's what the group group requires. Everybody. Suppose we're all we're brothers, we're so and so's, you know, we, together togetherness? Are you with us? So

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this situation requires, you know, dealing with these issues.

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One at a time step by step.

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Safer rock man asks, what happens to people who are cremated?

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How does the punishment of the grave work for them?

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Well,

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we have to understand that

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the grave is the state of the grid.

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It's the state of the grid,

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not the actual physical grid.

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Our brother would ask, where's the evidence for that? Who says it's not the actual grave?

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Well,

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if it's the actual grave, then it means you will escape the punishment of the grave by being buried at sea.

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What do you think about that, or by being buried on the moon?

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To The Moon, they're planning to set up colonies on the moon by 2020. For

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those who died there, they may not be carrying their bodies back to Earth. They'll bury them on the moon.

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And in burial on the moon there maybe involves some other things.

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And then,

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as was raised, cremated,

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they've zapped you with the fire. You know, you're just ashes finished scattered in the sea.

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You've escaped the punishment of the grave. Is that how.

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So? Common sense tells us

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reason logic tells us

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and this is not

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Reason before revelation we have the revelation, but we have to deal with a reality. These realities we have to deal with. And

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the reason make sense of the revelation for us.

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question

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can we say one profit is greater than another

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for Kobe and I had him morosely

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end up swirl Baccarat.

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We're not supposed to make distinctions between any of the

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the messengers saying so on. So it's better and greater and whatever.

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We shouldn't be engaged in that.

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That's left only to Allah.

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And, you know, we do that to avoid rivalries. That was the question of no cube con.

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Okay.

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Back to Omar Omar,

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when a Muslim woman's husband passes away,

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and they have children, does she have to sell the home? She's living in to divide the inheritance

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for the children, oh, can she stay in the home?

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Well,

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if he gave her the whole

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bouts, he was alive, he gave it to her.

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He said it's my gift to you.

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It's written or something is evidence that he has given the home to the wife, then it's hers and the story.

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But if there's no evidence to indicate that then when he dies, his wealth has to be divided up according to the system that the law has set. So now she can negotiate with their children.

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She wants to stay in the house.

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And they should facilitate for her or whether it means selling the house buying something smaller for her to live in.

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And the rest of the money that came from the sale of the house can be shared.

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But

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that's how it goes just simply because she was living in there does make it hurt.

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Tommy, more a Masjid that I have attended in the past.

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That shakes hands when giving some arms.

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Is this an innovation?

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If so, how should we deal with the hand shaking aspect?

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Well,

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I've seen some narrations which mentions about giving salaams and shaking hands.

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I

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haven't checked this subject for a long time. So I don't really remember

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if these narrations were

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authentic,

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but they seem to be based on

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the people who

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narrated them. This is

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by default.

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But obviously, it's not the norm. Fixed but it's something which can be done gives alarms and shake hands along with it. No harm.

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perfectly okay.

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But, but this is the recommended practice

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instead of just giving salaams without

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hands. I don't know. I don't recall. I can check on that and get back to you in tomorrow's session and Sharma

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polybags

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more

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sad

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Hill GIF

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or jif.

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One is in a state of major impurity. Jana nabha.

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Can they eat so hard and fast? I bother with that with that question already. I said that eating whether it's

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Or

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or

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it's before doing tahajjud or whatever

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eating being in a state of Geneva does not affect you're coming into

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fasting

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you know

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of course if you're coming into Geneva after you began your faster then of course you broken your fast but if you were in a state of Geneva and then you ate you ate and went into your fast doesn't affect your fast

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and having Genova and eating no problem at all, there's nothing related. one to the other

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question from

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Halima? Is it permissible to practice playing the Duff daily?

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Yes,

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you may play the Duff twice daily

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to be good enough to play it during eat and wedding celebrations in female gather perfectly okay. Even if you're not doing it for that even if you're just doing it for your home, your kids to jump around and dance whatever you know hope

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you provide the beach for them with the Duff

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it's perfectly okay.

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Perfectly permissible.

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It wellness Hello, hustle.

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Question.

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Is it permissible for Muslims to greet each other with just Salam

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peace

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Not really. It should be Salam aleikum

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or

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assalamu aleikum.

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This is proper is the proper reading Salaam just by itself.

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From an Arabic perspective, it doesn't indicate

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that

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it's being wished upon the other.

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Salaam by itself just Salaam that's this piece.

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But it's in English, it's implied.

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The alikoum aspect is implied.

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So I guess if you say Salaam

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from an English perspective,

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it could be considered okay. But linguistically its usage should be with

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salaam aleikum.

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Question from fasea. Anwar how to make up broken relationships, especially with families and parents, especially if the other side can get emotional angry, sometimes easily,

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somewhat easily.

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This is a general question which needs specifics.

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What is the state

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of the family?

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You know,

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in Arabic, they say Nikolay McCollum in my call. There's something appropriate to be said, with every circumstance. So you have to look at the circumstance, how the relationship is, what the issues are, and all that. So it's difficult to give a general advice for how to fix broken relations. I mean, we could just say in from a general perspective that you have to be patient.

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If you're trying to fix things,

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you have to be willing to listen to hear

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and

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if it involves more

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Then one person you need to hear both sides

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and so on and so forth.

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But this question is actually too general

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to give specific

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points and advice to

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think we can

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end the session now.

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seems to be

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no more questions coming in.

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So barakallahu li comb subhanak along with harmonica, the shadow, land and a stone firaga one or two Bullock.

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So, that's why they come to LA he Obara cattle

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via Manila. Ramadan Roebuck.