In the Names of Allah – 43 – al-Wakeel and al-Kafeel

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The session covers various aspects of Islam, including the importance of the Divine name and its use in protecting spiritual provision. The speakers emphasize the need for people to be aware of their actions and fulfill their covenant by being mindful of what comes to mind. The importance of learning to trust in their values and avoiding wasting one's life is emphasized. The speakers also discuss the importance of learning about Islam and its implications for one's life, including the use of camels for health reasons and the potential for drugs to cause heart disease.

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Samadhi Kumar rahmatullahi wa barakatuh

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I'd like to welcome you to our session session 43.

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And, as usual,

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we'll be looking at the

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greetings of our students

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and others visitors

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before going into the actual session

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and back in first place again, it's just the Rashida abdulrasheed.

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And may Allah bless your families,

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our sisters and brothers.

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And may this be a blessed day.

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I meet

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Nadira tajudeen

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walaikum salam

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wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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With that, we will shift now to our

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session for today.

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smilla rahmanir rahim

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Baraka lafay calm

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and hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah al Karim.

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Allah Allah He was happy. Many standing ovation at it I only did

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our praises due to Allah And may Allah Peace and blessings beyond his 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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Baraka la faecal

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as I already already introduced,

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this is the 43rd session.

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And we'll be looking at two names in the session.

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Two names that are closely related to meaning which is why we've put them together.

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Lower kill the agent and Al Kafeel, the guarantee.

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These are names number 60. And name 61.

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Divine Name Allah kill is mentioned 14 times in the car.

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Among them is for our ridin home what our call Allah law will confab delay. wakita

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So leave them and rely upon a law for a law is sufficient as Disposer of our affairs.

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That's certainly sagaris anyone

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Divine Name. Al Kafeel, on the other hand, is mentioned only once in the Quran.

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Latin to do a man by the Toca Boca JAL to work on JAL Tacoma who Aleikum cofina

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oka, ultimo Allahu la Khun what cafe Allah do not break confirmed Oles after having

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made a law you're guaranteed that surah

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verse 91

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in terms of the meaning linguistically the Divine Name and where kill comes from the trilateral route.

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Wow. calf, lamb

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and the jerrican from which it is derived is what loan Waki

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which appears 70 times in the Quran and four derived forms, among which include the word Calico, I put my trust. Al mutawa Killeen, the interesting ones

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the Geron has three main meanings

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The first of which is to

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to a point

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or to entrust someone to take care of, or to manage something.

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The second meaning is to be a guardian of one's interests. And the third meaning is to rely upon someone or something.

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On the other hand, the Divine Name al Kafeel comes from the trilateral route calf,

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and the Geron from which it is derived his calf loan, which appears 10 times in the Koran in five derived forms, among which are Yak follow, he takes charge of calf loan abortion. I'll carefully Zulkifli

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the name of the Prophet,

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jar and also has three basic meanings.

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The first meeting is to guarantee

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to be surety and to be a witness. The second meaning is to take charge of someone or something.

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The third meaning is to be entrusted with the care of something.

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Both forms working and Kafeel

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are present.

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participle intensive forms on the fail pattern which is familiar to us, in many of the Divine Names, and both carry also the passive meaning of mfold of the mouth old form.

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That's in meaning while retaining the file form.

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lexicographers also make war kill and Kafeel synonyms synonyms for each other at points where their meanings intersect,

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which is the reason why they are combined in this session.

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Relative to Allah the Divine Name or kill means he is the trustee

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Disposer of affairs, The Guardian and administrator, the only one who takes charge of all of the affairs of those under his care, managing all matters as is needed, and as he pleases, we can trust in the fact that our kin will provide the perfect resolution for every matter. He is the only one to be relied on at all times, for all power belongs to him.

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Allah also calls himself by the Divine Name al Kafeel, meaning that he is the only one able to protect the interests of the whole of creation is the guarantor of all oaths, and he alone guarantees all material and spiritual provision needed by his creatures. According to his wisdom.

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He is the best insurance in the affairs of all

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the Divine Name, Oliver keel is also related in meaning to Hasib reckoner, the supervisor and to adhere the all powerful we entrust our fears to Allah, because only he has control over all things and only he is sufficient for us as provider and reckoner.

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Moving on now to the application of this, these two Divine Names according to Evan bubbles, four principles, Principle number one, adopt where applicable.

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The Divine Names on our kill and Al Kafeel both have meanings which can easily be adopted

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on a human scale.

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Why is that?

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Or how is that

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we simply have to be trustworthy and reliable. And that is sufficient.

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Since Allah is both Allah kill the trustee, and Al Kafeel, the guarantee

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Thereby, that he can be trusted and relied upon at all times. We should strive to be someone whom our fellow human beings can depend upon and turn to when they need help.

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All human beings at some time or another, have to reach out to those around them to act on their behalf,

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or to manage some aspect of their affairs. If the spirit of trust is missing, the society becomes mean heartless, and cold.

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All human beings regularly face distress at some time or another in life, as that is the nature of life in which we were created.

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A lot clarify that all human beings are created in struggle and strife laqad the follow up canal in Santa Fe cupboard as the law said in Surah Al Balad is for I have certainly created humans in hardship, life for human beings, this synonymous with struggle and hardship,

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from our entrance into this world,

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newborn to rolling over, crawling, standing up and walking, we struggle on through all the stages of life.

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Allah said, Yeah, you will insano in NACA, CAD, different ihlara bigger CAD

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malarkey, all humankind.

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toiling laboriously towards your Lord,

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you will meet him through friendship awkward six,

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until we finally meet a lot to be recompense fully for all we earned in this life.

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But throughout these various stages, we are in need of help from others around us. Consequently, we should appreciate the help we received at every step of the way in our lives, and be likewise there for others in their times of need. Muhammad Solomon said manifesta and meaning

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corbetta 10 min Corbett Dunia nefas Allahu anhu Korba 10 min Cora Bo mill tiama.

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Whoever relieves a Muslim of some worldly distress, Allah will relieve him or have some of the distresses of the Day of Resurrection.

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That is the time when we all need relief from stress and distress the most. Therefore, here and now we need to take every opportunity which comes our way to help those around us without expecting or needing funds from them. As Allah said, in a minute mo calmly watch Hila Landry domain calm Jessa and while ashapura saying we are feeding you for the sake of Allah alone,

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we seek neither recompense nor thanks from you.

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We do so with the assurance of Allah that our acts of relieving others of distress in this life will surely benefit us in the next

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in our hearts, we should thank those we help for giving us the opportunity to help them as we all will need help.

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I need all the help that we can get on the Day of Judgment.

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The prophet SAW Solomon said whoever eases the burden of a destitute person, Allah will ease his burdens in this world. And the next problem is our solemn added a bonus from a law that he is easing of our burdens will not only be in the next life, but it will be in this life as well. So the hammer law, so if we want to ease

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if we want ease in this life, whenever we find ourselves in stress and difficulty, we should go and look for someone to help here and now. The province asylum emphasize this reality as a constant in this life. By assuring us our laws help

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as long as others find help from us regularly. They happily assured us with the good news from malware kill the ultimate cafe.

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Saying, Allahu fi only lab de ma cannel. Abdu fi only

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Allah will aid a servant of his so long as the servant aids his brother.

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We should take our promises seriously. How many times have we said, Don't worry, I'll do it for you tomorrow

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I will give it back to you next week.

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We easily make promises and set appointments regarding big and small matters. However, it is a commandment of Allah Kafeel himself an inescapable obligation on us to fulfill them.

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When we make promises, which we know we won't be able to fulfill, we have crossed over the red line.

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We have entered the dead zone where our hearts have turned to stone. May Allah protect us from such a dreadful state.

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But keel firmly reminds us of fulfillment fulfillments saying, watch out for the delay, either I had to

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fulfill any pledge you make and allows me so a novel was 91.

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Allah Al Kafeel is surety for us insuring us that whatever he promises will come to be when the time is right.

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Likewise, we applied this Divine Name in our lives by being reliable and dependable. So we need to fulfill our commitments. And to be known as such, we need to be known as one who is trustworthy

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who fulfills his or her commitments as Prophet Mohammed Al Salam was known

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as I mean, the trustworthy one, so that even after people had issues with him, when he began the dialogue, calling people to Allah,

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they still left their

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items with him that precious items, etc, trusting him to take care of

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the brother or sister will never let you down is what we should be known as. Furthermore, fulfilling our promises earns us the enormous and continuous rewards of the love of Allah, as our kill promised by law man alpha Brd, a TA for in a lawyer hibben, Matata and certainly, whoever fulfills his pledge and is mindful of Allah. Indeed, Allah loves those who are mindful of him. So Allium Ron, verse 76, the reward will come in a variety of ways from Allah in this life and the next. But it will also come in this life from the love of people. For those who are always dependable and reliable,

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trustworthy and honest, people love them.

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It is natural that the majority of people will ultimately love and honor those who always fulfill their promises.

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Working hard and trusting in Allah.

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reliance on Allah Allah kill is called the worker, which means that we entrust our affairs to him. After taking every worldly precaution, then we wait patiently for our kill to decide on the best result. It is not blind trust in a law without any effort. Some people foolishly think that full trust in God requires that one not work for a living, but instead merely go out on the street with a plate and whatever people drop in it is what Allah wants us to have. That is not called taco. Instead it is called tawakkol. Trust without effort. Most of those who choose this way, choose to leave their homes or their places of residence. They don't sit at home and wait to see what comes.

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As they know that nothing will come and they will start. So they make an effort and leave their homes, even though they still claim

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They are blindly trusting in God.

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Others choose to live

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actually in the streets, without homes in order to fully and blindly trust in God. But it only works when they are highly regarded, like the saddles of India have officially renounced the world. And this is supposed to be the peak of Hindu spiritualism there are at the top

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and people seek their blessings by providing for them wherever they go.

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They walk the streets start naked,

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absolutely not a stitch of clothes on their bodies.

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And people flock around them in droves. seek blessings, they may have a stick with a kind of fluff at the end and they touch people you can google and find images of what they do and how people worship them actually,

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in poor countries, where they are not highly respected,

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they will simply die on the streets. So it is not practiced there. in rich countries, people out of the goodness of their hearts will give the Harry Krishna movement in North America made millions by organizing their members as professional beggars.

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Some Muslims use the following Hadeeth of Omar in the hubbub in defense of this beggar mentality, while ignore hubbub go to the process element saying, if you were to rely on Allah, as he deserves to be relied upon, you would be given provision like the birds, they go out hungry in the morning, and they come back with full bellies in the evening. However, the simile which the robots are seldom gave,

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does not support their claim.

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Because the birds make big efforts. They don't just sit in their nests, and their bellies automatically become full. The babies do that, as they're unable to do anything else. Nor do the birds fly to the ground and wait for worms to pop out of the ground and into their mouth or their beaks. So there is no support for their claim at all. In fact, the product I sell them for maybe in very strong terms I've been number go to the process of saying no talamona marfil must Allah my Masha Hayden, Hayden, yes, Allahu Shia. If you knew the consequences of begging, no one go to anyone else and ask him for anything. Furthermore, the province are seldom offered a guaranteed place in

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Jannah. For anyone who would not ask anyone for anything. So ban quoted the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam is saying on one occasion, who will guarantee for me that he will not ask people for anything, and I will guarantee for him paradise.

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So Ban said I will. And after that he never asked anyone for

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proper trust in Allah was clearly demonstrated by the Messenger of Allah On another occasion, when a man asked him,

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or messenger of Allah, shall I tie my camel and trust in Allah, or leave it loose and trust in Allah. The Prophet Salam said Abdullah, with the Walker, diet up and trust in Allah.

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We should fulfill our covenant with Allah caffee.

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If the application of these Divine Names requires

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that we fulfill our promises to our fellow human beings, then our promises to a law are even more in need of fulfillment. Allah Al Kafeel stressed the importance of our fulfillment of our covenant with Allah by promising us Jenna, as the reward, Alka feel.

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So simply said,

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Well, I'll fold the ID Oh, Phoebe dico

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and fulfill your obligations to my covenant so that I will fulfill my obligations to your covenant with me

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So Al Baqarah verse 40.

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If we fulfill our covenant with Allah by fulfilling our obligations to obey Him, and to worship Him alone, as he instructed us in the Quran, according to the way of the prophet SAW Selim sola, this is our way to gain admittance into paradise. We should keep ourselves in check by reflecting on the following Hadith, in which the prophets are seldom said, Whoever breaks the Muslim covenant given to non Muslims under Muslim rule,

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Allah curse will be upon him, as well as that of the angels and all the people and Allah will not accept any obligatory or voluntary act the worship from that is how sacred the covenant of allies by religiously respecting this rule. Wherever the Islamic empire of faith expanded, the populations were won over and converted to Islam in large numbers. Thus, defeated populations easily accepted Islam, becoming indistinguishable from their conquests and fueling the expansion even more. Western historians looking with amazement at the unprecedented rapid expansion of the Muslim Empire in the first 25 years have been at a loss to explain why the answer lies in the just treatment of lands

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under their rule, as they had never been seen before. Previous conquerors pillaged and looted the lands conquered, and completely enslaved the populations leaving them no room to join them. Islam showed a new face, which one of the hearts of the masses from the east to the west

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remember a lot in prayer.

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Using these names and working

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and the look and feel as well as their derivatives, we should take complete advantage of promises of a law of sufficiency found in many of the hope filled prophetic prayers and supplications. For example, when the following phrase of divine remembrance

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is sincerely recited in the mornings and the evenings.

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has to be Allah, Allah is sufficient for me. La Ilaha Illa who there is no god but He

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taught Cal to LA Hito Cal to effort my trust in him. Well who are up Belarusian Avi? For He is the Lord of the majestic throne.

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The promise on solemn promise that whoever makes this supplication seven times in the morning after fudger

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and seven times in the evening after us, a law will take care of whatever worldly matters bothers them, as well as the matters of the hereafter.

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Likewise, the promise Arsalan said, Whoever says when leaving his or her house Bismillah In the name of Allah, to occult to Allah Allah, I put my trust in Allah, Allah, Allah Allah wala quwata illa Billah there is no power nor strength, except with Allah. If they say that when leaving the house, they will be taken care of protected and guided by a law.

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These are promises of the prophet SAW someone who was authorized by law to give such promises.

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He was authorized by revelation

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by way of Revelation.

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And as such, it can't be compared to anything made up and claimed by saints, peers and ships. People regularly asked me for what ciphers, long formulas to be recited according to strict rules for lengthy periods of time, which they're used to getting and paying for, from peers and other holy men, offering amulets, talismans and other special religious relics. Like the claimed strand of here of the Prophet so I was settled up in Hazzard bol,

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mosque or shrine in Srinagar

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Jammu and Kashmir, India.

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Where is the

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Chain of narration to the prophets on Sunday.

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You just can't claim I have a strand of hair from the head of the prophets

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now this becomes a religious relic which people flock to

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case touch,

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This is nonsense. There is no chain The only way you can claim this is if you can say that the person who brought it got it from such a such a person from such and such a person and chase and follow that chain all the way back to the pseudo loss Alliance. That's why we accept had this

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had this go right back to a sumo law salon in a salon.

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In the case of this so called strand of hair from the head of the province on them. All they have is that in 1635

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the relic was brought to India by Saint Abdullah, Who in the world is said

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because of the fact he has namesake he's claiming to be a descendant of the promises, but prove it.

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He brought it to the city of beija poor

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from his son said Hamad or Hamid that was passed to a Kashmiri businessman by the name of normandin.

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God only knows whether this is the same here or whether they are changing here as each time when the mogul Emperor orange xem was informed about the Ratliff relic, he sees it and kept it at admir daraga

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in India,

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and then the story goes on.

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as Muslims,

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we have clear statements from assume the loss a lot of

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that can benefit us. When we are stressed when we leave our home, when we face difficulties in life, etc. He has provided them the very straightforward, very simple and they work.

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We don't need to go to the shamans and the peers and the other holy people, so called the holy people who are selling this business, they live by this business.

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I was

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the second pillar or principle of imminent Nepal, is to confirm were unique and in applicable.

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putting our trust in Allah

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to Divine Names, our kill and Al Kafeel are confirmed by actually putting our full trust in Allah as the foundation of our faith.

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To not trust in Allah is to not believe in him.

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Consequently, claims of belief in Allah without real trust in Him are merely empty words. Allah Allah will kill emphasize this reality by clearly stating in the Quran, where Allah Allah, He Fatah, wa kallu in Khun Minnie, and put your trust in Allah, if you are indeed, true believers, so Elijah, verse 23.

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We should let our faith in the promise of a law grow by forcing ourselves to do more of what he has commanded, so that we will call upon him from our hearts. We must do whatever we can first. But then we must learn to entrust our affairs to him, knowing that he will take care of us better than anyone or anything else could.

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Allah says bacala Rob become the Rooney as your Lord said, call on me. And I will respond to we should train ourselves to consistently turn each and every worry and moment of distress into a supplication instead of allowing our worries to drag us down in depression.

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The third principle

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I'll live in by Paul is

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To have hope, where there is a promise, the two Divine Names will will kill and Al Kafeel containing their meanings, promises of divine support for all of life circumstances, especially when dealing with the unknown elements of our present and future lives.

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our daily lives are based almost completely, an innumerable assumptions, which we have no control over. For example, things we trust and believe in.

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Like what, like the vast majority of us who are healthy, go to sleep at night, trusting or believing that we will awaken the next morning.

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However, there are significant numbers of people around the world who die in their sleep every night.

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Allah Allah kills sufficiency, which is only for those believers, who put their complete trust in Him involves his rectification of all of their affairs. As he said, Well, my coworker Allah, for who are hospital, allies sufficient for whoever trusts in him throughout the lock history.

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Having trust in the law should naturally prevent us from falling into the satanic traps of fortune telling the use of amulets and talismans. We should be vaccinated by trust in our kin and Al Kafeel, to feel revulsion to any suggestions of the use of illegitimate methods and items in order to ensure our futures. Like the repetition of some of laws, Divine Names, to achieve any and everything that people desire. And I've referred to those many times in our previous sessions,

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where books are written, some of them are books on the 99 Names of Allah, where they will give you a formula for every name for everything and anything you desire. You want to get rich, you want to have a nice car, you want to have beautiful children, you want to have this that the other anything and everything is there.

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Under the names with special rituals, do it on Friday. Make sure you make whistle before doing it fast.

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On Friday, maybe which the process I didn't recommend.

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Other things

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like that.

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No end of other things.

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We should avoid the temptation to take these shortcuts because that's what they are. They're shortcuts to Allah. But in fact, they are taking us away from Allah.

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The fourth and last

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principle of living by thought is to have fear where there is a warning.

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These Divine Names are overkill, and I'll Kafeel do not contain any obvious warnings in and of themselves. However, there is a strong link between untrustworthiness and disbelief,

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which we should be aware of.

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Prophet Muhammad wa sallam warned the oma against lies, broken promises and betrayal.

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He said, there are four characteristics, whoever has them all is the true hypocrite.

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When he speaks, he lies. When he makes promises, he breaks it. When he makes a covenant he betrays.

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And when he disputes he resorts to obscene seats speech.

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Whoever has one of them has one of the characteristics of hypocrisy nifa until he gives it up.

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In English, the Arabic term munaf is translated as hypocrite,

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which is literally one who pretends to be what he is not, or to believe what he does not islamically the term will not fit is actually a Kaffir

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a disbeliever who pretends to be a Muslim

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About whom Allah said in Alma Rafa Dena, for directing us Valley manana well Len taggi de la Hoon nasira. Indeed hypocrites the Manasa t will be at the bottom of the lowest level of the Hellfire, and you will never find a helper for them. So we're on Nisa, verse 145. This Hadith is proof that anyone who has one of these characteristics has taken on a characteristic of nifa or hypocrisy. That is, you cannot be referred to as a monarch, but simply as one who has a trait

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of nofap.

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If, however, all of these traits are present in a single individual, he can then be classified as a munaf.

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The first trait if he speaks he lies. The lie may come in many different forms. It could be the deliberate lie aimed at misleading the listener. Or it may simply be an exaggeration of the facts aimed at impressing at impressing the listener. The habit of exaggerating can easily turn one who practices it into a habitual liar, without even realizing it. Therefore, it must be cautiously avoided. The lie may also come in the form of jokes, where lies are made up to amuse an audience. Even this seemingly innocent form has been forbidden by the Messenger of Allah, who said,

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we'll be on the one who speaks and lies to make people laugh.

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Or be on the one

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who speaks and lies to make people laugh, will be on him. Whoa be on him.

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The reason being that the heart may become accustomed to jokes based on lights, thereby opening the door for telling or listening to serious lies. Even this form of line must be carefully avoided. And conversely, the habit of telling the truth must be patiently nurtured, as the lie is often easier to say and accept then the truth. This concept is reflected in the phrase

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the bitter truth.

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Lies must be systematically avoided, not just because of the deception involved, but also because of the effects which they have on the liar himself.

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The prophet SAW Selim pointed out this aspect by linking lying with the FARC as well as by warning about its end, in the following hobbies have been Massoud, in which he quoted the past as a lemma saying, beware of the lie. For verily the lie leads to a morality and immorality leads to the hellfire. An exception to the general rule concerning lying has been made in only three instances, which are recorded in the hadith of asthma Binti as it mentioned earlier. In in the province As salam was reported to said, lying is not permissible except on three occasions, a man lying to his wife to pleaser

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lying during war

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and lying to restore priests at peace among people lying to restore peace among people.

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One is allowed to lie in an attempt to bring quarreling Muslims together by saying to one for example, so and so really likes you and admires you, when he really doesn't. This type of light tends to cool down anger and lessen animosities, thereby providing a basis for a real reunion. Similarly, a man is allowed to lie on occasion to his wife to make her happy, and also the wife to the man. For example, if she buys or makes a new dress, about which is proud and quite pleased, then models it and asks you, do you like it is allowed to say

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He likes it, or that it looks nice even though he doesn't find it that way.

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This is done in order to keep her spirits high and encourage the love and affection, which usually follows such incidents.

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It is also allowable for a wife to do the same for a husband. According to Evan she hubbs statement as the same emotions are at play, and the end results are desirable. There's also narrations, in which both sides I mentioned. As for the lie during war, it is inevitable, as was observed by the prophet SAW Selim itself in another Hadith, in which he said, war is deception.

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This does not, however, include treachery, we're in for example, enemy leaders are called for peace negotiations then massacred This is only in reference to the case where spies are sent into enemy ranks, or the enemy is given the impression that you are attacking from one side and then you attack from the other, or a prisoner of war, who under interrogation lies to protect his comrades.

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The second categories, if he makes a promise, he breaks it. This does not include cases where an individual is unable to fulfill a commitment due to unavoidable circumstances, or when some promises to do something. When someone promises to do something, which he or she later finds out is forbidden or despised in Islam. Nor is it in reference to one who occasionally breaks a promise due to forgetfulness is specifically one who consistently and deliberately breaks his promise time and time again. He is well known among the people as being a very unreliable individual. The Quran in many places demands

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of the believers reliability. For example, yeah, only the amanu Oh, full bill code, or you believe, fulfill your contracts. So in majda, verse one, it also encourages this straight by describing the true believers as those who are dependable

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while move forward and the IDM is I do. Those who fulfill their promises when they make them is among the descriptions of the true believers. Through Al Baqarah, verse 177.

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The Muslim is as good as his work,

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we should go to great lengths.

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When making huge sacrifices, just to keep our commitments,

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we should not hesitate

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to do so.

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The third characteristic, if he is given a trust, he betrays it, when something of value is placed in his trust, he abuses it and carelessly allows it to be damaged or lost. People often treat the property of others less carefully than they, then they do their own, which are beloved to themselves. To help remedy this tendency, a law recommended that all contracts be recorded and witnessed. Don't be averse to writing down the contract, and the time period, whether it is for something little of little value or a great value that is more equitable in a lot of sites, more firm for proofs, and a simple way of avoiding gout. So Al Baqarah verse 282.

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The fourth

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sign of the manava is if he argues he becomes immoral. That is, if this individual gets involved in an argument, he starts to bless him.

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That's the curse God or abuse his opponent and the latter his family. The promises on them wanders away from such excesses saying a man's cursing of his parents is among the major since he was asked who would curse his own parents? The prophet SAW Selim replied.

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Yes, he does so by cursing the other his mother and the other curses his mother. Then he curses the others father, and the other curses his father.

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He also forbade cursing outright, saying

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cursing a Muslim? Is immorality and fighting him is disbelief.

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With that, we'll close our session calling on Allah using these names. All Ah, yeah, I will kill ya Kafeel coffee. We know that you take care of all matters. Now the best guarantee.

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Make us among your trusting servants who regularly rely on you alone, and who fulfill our covenants with you and with others. Yeah, our kin, makers of those who others can trust it and protect us from our enemies and from ourselves. Yeah, Allah, protect us from the sin of betrayal and being betrayed by others, and guidance to entrust our souls to you alone. In times of ease, and in times of hardship.

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barakallahu vehicle Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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will now shift to the third portion of our session, which is that of the q&a?

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The first question

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as somebody

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who calls themselves skunky,

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that's a name you chose, I would not have chosen it for you

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raised in a Christian environment. Now how can I fall in love with this lab? What should I learn first?

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My advice for you is to

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learn about Allah. Not necessarily saying you have to follow all of these classes on the 99 Names of Allah but learn about the law, as one other person mentioned that my book on the fundamentals of towhead, that can't get him straight.

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He should read about the law to know who Allah is, and who isn't.

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And be clear on that having no doubts.

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You have to remove from your heart.

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The belief that Jesus was God,

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or the son of a god,

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three gods in one is nonsense. It's false with its misguidance you have to be clear on that.

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If you're not clear, then talk with others.

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Read more, listen to more lectures until that is firm and clear in your heart, that God is one God, not three and one is just one God.

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He is the Alpha and the Omega, he is the one without beginning or end. Everybody else is created, everything else is created.

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So there is a law, the creator and the creation.

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Then you need to know what is our purpose? Why did a lot creators,

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most of your Christian family members etc. If you ask them why did Allah create Why did God greatest?

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They'll look at you and say Hmm,

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we never thought about it. Probably our pastor so and so said that God created us to serve him.

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Oh, that's nice. That sounds nice. Can you show me that in the Bible somewhere?

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Well, I don't think it's in there but that's what some people say.

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It's clear in the Quran, you can go and read it. Clearly God says there are a lot of says

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a lot created

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in the spirit world, and humankind in order to worship

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that is clearly stated no ambiguity involved. omaka love to Genoa insert a lovely Aberdeen that's it.

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clear statement. You won't find it in the Bible. You won't find

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In the Bhagavad Gita, or the Upanishads, or any other

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religious books,

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whether Old Testament, New Testament, the Torah, whatever.

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But it's they're written in clear,

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uncertain terms, no uncertain terms clear.

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Then once you've understood your purpose, your purpose being that of worshipping Him, then you need to learn how to worship him.

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After you've learned how to worship Him, there's five times daily prayers, which organizes your day around the worship of God.

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You can't get any more specific than that.

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Not just worshiping on Friday, or on Sunday I used to once a week.

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And that

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Friday was the day when everybody put on their Saturday, Sunday. Sorry, it was the day when they put on their Sunday best people will come in there. It was party time.

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Is that really worship? Yeah, they did read some things from the Bible. The pastor said something's minister said some other things, whatever. But it's not male worship, people jumping up and down, playing music, singing songs and pieces, not worship. This is not the worship that Jesus did. When Jesus was in the garden of Bethel, gift 70.

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And he stepped away from

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his companions,

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his disciples, it says there, he fell down on his face, and prayed. That's how he

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prostrating on the ground.

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Muslims posture, you read in the Old Testament, Moses, fell down on his face and prayed. And prophet after Prophet, this is how they break. This is prayer, falling down on one's face before God.

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So you learn the prayer, and organize your day around the prayer. Then after that, you build up your knowledge, of

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guidance for all the various aspects of your life. It's all there. It's in the Koran, and then the explanations given by the prophet may God's peace and blessings be upon us.

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There is guidance available for every aspect of your life

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without exception,

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so you take it step by step in sha Allah, Allah keep you on that path

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and help you to become the best of Muslims.

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A Guide to others a light in the darkness.

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Anything from

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oka we have high viscous

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Is it true that if a person leaves anything Param for the sake of Allah, Allah will replace it with something better? Absolutely true. This is actually a statement of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam which he said, Man, Terra cache and lilla whoever gives up something for the sake of Allah.

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Allah Allahu Ironmen, who Allah will replace it, with something better than it. This is the promise of the prophets, Allah is Allah. And he was authorized to promise based on revelation which came to him from God. He didn't speak at all, from his thoughts, his ideas, you know what he felt like today? So he'd say something No, no. Allah clearly says in the Quran

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that he didn't speak from himself. Well, my entaco and how he didn't speak from whatever he felt he thought he whatever, in who are in our shoe. Ha. He only spoke from Revelation, which came to him when this is when he's giving guidance,

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guidance to people, religious, spiritual guidance, of course, he's performing himself when he talked to

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You know, if you're just talking, you know, bring me some food.

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I'm not saying that that's revelation. No. You know when he went to the marketplace and he bought some sandals put on his feet that exchange that he had between himself and the trader not saying that's revelation. No sometimes we came into the marketplace and only found people cheating and stuff he would stop and then he would with based on revelation instruct them don't cheat, man, Mashallah. Falaise, Amina, whoever cheats is not of us is not a true Muslim. Fake.

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Cheating is not allowed.

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So like that, but he lived

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when he told us something like this, we can take it to the bank, as they say

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it's worth its weight in gold.

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keefer ambreen asks, Can we say Allahumma barik

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in the bathroom, so that we can save others from evil through the evil eye.

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Since we're affecting them, at that time by keeping an evil eye

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the issue of the bathroom This is a complex issue.

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Because what we know of in the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, in ancient times, the bathroom was just outdoors.

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That's all

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it was made into an outhouse.

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They call it outhouse

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where people defecate or urinate, whatever,

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eventually, they took it inside the house

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above a toilet, inside the house.

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And eventually,

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initially, they still have a toilet. And then there was another room in which you bathe the bathroom and the toilet, these were separate, eventually they merge them together. So now we have the bathroom is actually a toilet, you know, a wash basin and the shower of some sort or tub.

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I the principles, which applied in the time of the prophet SAW Allah

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that were he deprecated For example, He would not use a last name

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in the place of deification, he didn't move away from that. And then of course, use the last name Bismillah when he had to go on a Kudu you know.

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And he made the do after completing Voodoo, which mentions the last name again and so on. So no. So now when you go into the bathroom,

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and you say Bismillah before washing your hands gone, it is in the bathroom? No, don't worry about it.

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If you're sitting on the toilet, you don't need to say Bismillah.

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Okay, once you're in the shower area, you got to take a shower. Also, you should say Bismillah before doing it. You got to make will do say Bismillah before the will.

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So if you feel that you know you have an evil eye that's affecting people, you are away from the toilet. Yeah, you can say you know a lot of them about it.

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Although that's not a specific formula, which the prophet SAW Selim gave for removing the Eli.

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It's not, but if you want to say that with the intention

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and know that you don't affect others. There is no heart

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to Zed. Zed again asks, Why is it

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that we pray,

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read Quran fast and do everything that we are supposed to do, but nothing is fruitful?

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Well, first and foremost, we can be sure that that is a huge exaggeration.

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huge massive.

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If everything

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was not fruitful, there was no fruit coming from anything you did, you would be dead and buried.

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That's the reality. If there was no winner, all you're saying is really is that the fruit I wanted?

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Didn't happen.

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That's all you can say. But there's lots of fruit in your life brother.

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If you're a brother,

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there's lots of fruit in your life. And that's why my advice to people who get caught up in this state of depression is sujood, a sugar.

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So Jude, a sugar

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the prostrations for gratitude, you must have the Muslim should have an attitude of gratitude. That's what our attitude is supposed to be.

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About. Solomon said the believer is optimistic, not pessimistic.

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So if you're caught up in pessimism, Satan has deluded you. You ever been fooled by Satan into thinking that nothing is fruitful? That's just not true.

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Just say, okay, some of the things that I wanted to do, which were I considered to be fruitful things didn't happen. I did this, I did that and the other, it didn't happen.

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There is still so many other things that happened.

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You are here with us to share this thought?

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What happened from the time you were born?

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In the early years, what did you what you went through? There was no good then there's no fruit in it.

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There was good and fruit in it even though you weren't praying.

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The way we pray if we say that you're as a baby making your sounds and cries etc. That's your form of praying then Okay, we say you got some truth there.

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Bottom line is,

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why Allah has this

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17 times a day,

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beginning all of our prayers with Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen.

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All thanks. All gratitude is due to Allah, the Lord of all worlds.

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Because it is critical, critical for our faith, for understanding this world that we are in

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for navigating our way through this life. It's critical.

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So hold on firmly to it.

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And the way will become clear

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this session,

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and stay in prostration Why do you think about

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that has come to you from a lot in your life.

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this week, this month, this year,

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these years, there is plenty to think about.

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Now, if someone wishes me happy birthday, or Happy anniversary, what should be my reply.

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May you be blessed?

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Thank you for wishing my happiness.

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That's fine.

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If they're Muslim,

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and you want to try to help them, you can say really, you know

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I don't celebrate my birthday.

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Or my anniversary.

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But thanks for the thought anyway.

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If they asked you why don't you then you try to help them to understand celebration of birthdays. Basically it's a pagan practice

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is Muslims didn't do it.

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Yeah, even the celebration of the prophet SAW seven roughly no Muslims didn't do it. Initially.

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Didn't get started till almost 400 years after the death of the prophet SAW. And it began in fatimid. Egypt, the fatimid ruled a dynasty that ruled Egypt.

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Yet they came up with this

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and then spread

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as far as when, when repeated

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enough times, can become

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in the eyes of the ignorant truth.

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BB, Salma smile asks, Is it okay to ask someone for help? Because the Sahaba did not ask us, right? No, no, I didn't say this. I didn't do that. This I have asked one companion by the name of so bad. Also a Buddha. He also took that on also

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Buddha, he made that commitment.

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And the promises and and even stress that even if you're sitting on your horse, and your crop, which you use to hit the horse to get going, or the camel, if it falls, you don't ask somebody to pick it up and give it to you, you get off, pick it up yourself, and Gary,

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and they committed themselves to so

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Sharla they were given the bush raw, or the good news of Paradise from this life. That was the way of two other components were known. The rest of the companions, they ask people for help, you know, aboubaker Omar with man, Ali, they asked people, they needed people to do things to run the state, the Muslim state, etc. They're asking

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for those people who are not in those kind of positions where you need to ask people

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then rather than go off into seclusion in a monastery,

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where you don't have to deal with people at all.

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tried to find that there. You can find God through not asking anybody for anything.

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It's a huge job.

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So the rest of your question that was said that the prophet SAW Salman Abu Bakar

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went out

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to be someone's guests because they were hungry. As I told you, you know, this was something the process and and offered. You know, it was probably directed for soba. Allah knew he is the one would say I'll do it.

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And he knew that a bazaar would say I'll do it. And he said it again.

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But he didn't keep repeating it and telling everybody you know, and he asked he had to go in the masjid and bring his prayer mat for it.

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So then how is that?

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So it's not for everybody?

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It's for a few

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choose that way.

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Question from our

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Instagram students share.

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I'm in a mixed workplace how can we make sure that we stay away from calm and sit back?

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Wait, you know, I

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think you know

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I don't think I need to tell you

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what to do.

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You need to know where your limits are. And I'm sure you know where they are. And just stay within those limits.

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You do the best that you can given your circumstance.

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You're conscious you're aware and you tried to do the best

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be mesh the ronnie asked, Is marriage foreign, personalized, obligated, obligatory or is it recommended? It is recommended is not obligatory.

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And are there any prophets who did not get married

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and is our destiny already

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Written Okay, a bunch of questions here. prophets who did not get married. Allah knows best. As far as we know, Prophet Jesus didn't get married as far as we know. But the vows as Ellen said, when it comes back, you know, the time of the jungle.

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After defeating the jungle

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and the garden the Magog are defeated for him,

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he will

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make Hajj

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and die on the earth

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is our destiny already written, of course.

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That's what other means. Believe in other

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that 50,000 years before the creation, it was already written. Everything that was added would be

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Shawn Mohammed, locally, mom's say Hadith about joking can carry camels, urine medical ailments was only meant for that time, and can only be used as a last resort in our time.

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Bring your proof to bore Hanako in kuntum sadiki. This is what Allah says, Bring your proof if you are truthful.

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So you have to bring proof

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as far as we know, the process and did it. He didn't tell us it was limited to his time.

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And only for him it was a special miracle or whatever. No. So What is that supposed to tell us not to go? Oh, drinking camels urine mixed with milk? Oh, let's do much. I can't deal with that. Now. No, it can't be a part of Islam. That's to be, you know, meant only for that time or to go there. But this should do. It should drive Muslim biologists and chemists, you know,

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scientists to search for

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the point, the point of remedy?

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learn from it.

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Just like the issue of the flight boss or someone said if a fly falls in your drink?

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What do you think you do? Throw in the drink? No, no, no, don't come in. So he gets completely submerged, then throw him out and finish your drink. Because under one wing is a cure.

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And under the other wing, is the disease is disease under the wing of the ply, and cure another another fly meaning that in that same fly, he carries with him both disease and cure.

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Now, that was said 1400 years ago.

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As far as scientists know, you know, there's no they don't haven't they've not found any cure from the fly. But what does that mean? Does that mean that the brothers wasallam said something wrong? It's not true? No, it just means that I haven't found it yet.

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It will come in time.

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So what is required of us is

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use our time wisely scientists and investigate these matters. Because of the brown sauce Elon said that and it was authentically narrated in the most authentic books. It means that there is a truth in it. There is truth in it. How exactly.

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That's for us to find that.

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But guess what?

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The Cobra, if somebody were to tell you that cobra venom

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is good for the heart. You're gonna say Are you mad? This is what people know of a snake a cobra bites you or spits poison on you. It's venom. You're dead in a matter of seconds.

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It's deadly. Yet today in Bangladesh, and other places. They have Cobra farms, where they're taking the venom from the Cobra and other venomous snakes. giving that to

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companies and they are extracting from it components which are used to help people with heart disease heart problems today. If you had said that in the 19th century

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or the 18th century,

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they would have locked you up as a madman.

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Any questions?

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There are no questions from Instagram

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and we do still have quite a few questions there from our YouTube students.

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Mandarin is upon us.

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So we will look at your questions tomorrow or not tomorrow. But Saturday insha Allah

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barakallahu li comb. salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatu Subhana Colombo with the harmonica, the shadow

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and the stock Furukawa one or two Warlick