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offers me a lot of peace and

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calmness,

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topic of today's

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concerned marriage back

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here in Saudi Arabia, as we said before

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inform the people

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in the area about being given

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religion, which they may be neglecting,

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look into one of the areas in which there is some deviations in the society with regard to the salon

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and he has given suggestions

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based on the firefighters for the people,

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before he had looked at problems in terms of people getting married,

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he is now discussing the actual purpose of marriage.

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And

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when he pointed out, you know, he did a lot of stress on was the wastage

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you know, whether it be money for food, which generally takes place, in marriages, healthier

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and more supportive

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for our losses.

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Verily, those who are wasteful are of the weather in the devil,

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something which is forbidden in Islam,

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essentially, because Islamic

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wherever we have, by way of wealth,

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it is not in the wealth of our own efforts,

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it is nothing from the left

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well, property etc, is not looked at,

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as being an individual right to do with as he pleases.

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It is something which Allah has given the chance for the individual,

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to see how

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the

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love which is available in society is given

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unevenly, some people have given more than others.

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And this difference is what

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produces a situation of

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because if we all receive the same with allow gamify with things, when there will be no challenge to the individual, should I share some of my wealth with others? Or should I not? Or should I try to take some of the wealth of others or should I not

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most challenging,

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evil

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is good in the sense of sharing. A desire not to share is an evil desire.

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The desire to take the wealth abundance is evil, but is not taking wealth a lot in

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this situation can only take place where there is an uneven distribution of wealth.

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That's the

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basic concepts involved in you know, communist theory, you know, where we're in, they want to make societies all in one level, making everybody equal to

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you know, democracy and perspective doesn't mean you're having everybody having the same thing as everybody else. And such a situation is not only impractical,

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but it is also impossible.

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To make this kind of equal distribution, they are filled, because you remove the incentive from people,

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man is such that

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he wants to gain more and he tries to gain more when

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he's striving to gain more are not worried.

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That the song is the desire on his part,

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and that he will just do what is the minimum

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and continually try to introduce

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their whole production level and then even though they had more resources, more people etc, remain more than other society westernized societies where the capitalist system

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agents, individual,

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provide individual focus

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for skepticism either from the point of view that the chapter system tends to go overboard now in the life of the individual in the decision aspect, the idea of the individual having the rights of world, the product of his world wide web. But we're the individuals right no growth to the point where it's

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it's at the expense of wrestling society, Islam rejects and says, This is the name of the site as a whole have opted to be given primary considerations for winning the system find the balance between the two, but the essential concepts

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of justice essential concept in Islam is that wealth is not the primary

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property of the individual, it is a test is given by a law to the individual, as a trust,

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for which you will be asked about on the Day of Judgment.

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Everything that we as an individual have,

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whether it's strength, physical strength,

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or

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unimportant things are

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given interest. It is why he talks about the idea of example, smoking being around because it destroys the body. And you know, we are not allowed to destroy ourselves physically,

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we have a duty to protect ourselves, we'll be asked about our bodies and

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where the toilet others

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will find themselves in the house by killing himself over and over again.

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Cigarettes slowly killing and zombies find the stuff in the house like killing himself with a cigarette or when over perpetually.

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So, from an Islamic perspective, the body lock individual has the strength he has, wherever you have an audience is interested in the entire life, which he will have to ask for.

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And that is given

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unevenly

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some people give them more than others, so that he is actually tested was it was a distribution, there will be no test.

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So,

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once it is within the trust,

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then

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you will be asked about whether it is funding allowed. However, if

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it is renders, for example, I mean, from our point of view, again, smoking over the person, when you smoke,

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cigarettes, you smoke a pack of cigarettes a day, for a year, what

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you will end up with is 2000 3000 years, if you fire somebody, without

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fire, you will see the specimen in yours and grab as many references, for example, rights have been dismissed.

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This is what the problem is taking two or 3000 years and bringing it up in healing and improvement.

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When it's a no benefit, it is just one little squandering of the wealth

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from a point of view of funding.

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Similarly, in other aspects of human life, you know, wondering

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why even in our eating habits, for example, I mean, we should try as much as possible for the thing he put into our bodies are things that are beneficial to us, in our

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society, in front of a system, wherein artificial products are given precedence over natural products.

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And it's promoted research videos, that the average child is given the choice between a lollipop and an apple.

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The app is much better for him. I mean, it's natural, it's good to see and everything, but he will see that lollipop

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because from the time that he's very young, that whole system of getting him used to this sneaky, artificial

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intelligence,

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he becomes addicted to these artificial products, which are inside the kitchen fragment of the slice piece in the case of somebody and we as adults, we have to look into our heart

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to see what

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other things are eating whether beneficial.

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I mean, if you have a choice between apple

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and Coca Cola

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Coca

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Cola

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So it wasn't

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just me.

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It really I mean,

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I mean,

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not to say, you know, personally not technical. But, you know, I'm not saying I'm giving this as a suggestion in terms of we looking at when we're talking about principles, it's not enough for us to talk about them on a theoretical plane, you know, in general

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practice in our daily life,

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we have

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to see,

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such become essential, and analyze the terms of our daily habits.

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Whenever we go to a point where

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we have to try to

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find that middle path, when we're to appreciating the blessings of our

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immigration,

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for instance, the benefit of

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Islam

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and the marriage here,

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practice in the marriage wearing

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expensive Abbey's special

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wedding follicles,

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huge amounts of money spent in magic,

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money, preparing food,

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and when the game is over,

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right, for the most part,

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and a huge amount.

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Because whenever the world

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is really

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run, insulated system,

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you may not realize

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when you throw food in the garbage, and then somebody starving to death in Somalia, or over a dash or

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around the world, you are indirectly responsible for

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that shortage. And that way.

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I mean, you may not see the direct connection, because you're not taking the food off your plate, you're

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throwing it in the garbage. So it doesn't seem to you to be in a direct relationship, right.

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But in fact,

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in America, to keep the price

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of chicken

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at a level where the

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farmers was involved in the the distributors and so forth are making the kind of profit that they want to realize, which they feel has to increase every year, that particular focus. And if it's not increasing, they're moving, that's fine. But

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it means that everywhere, you know, millions of chickens, where the chickens are

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so that the quantity of chickens on the market will not be able to force the prices down.

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And times

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of depression, when people were out on the streets.

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In America

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don't think

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in a plastic ocean between the cross

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natural resources of the countries of the third world countries that are

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infant America, reproduce,

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redesigned and throw back to the people.

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cycle is a cycle

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where we were taken, manufacturers

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are destroyed. Scientific evidence was destroyed in order to keep the size of the manufacturer.

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The idea was

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that integrating

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that with

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oil

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but food is named for weapons and there's not enough food and we'll get to the end, then

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that food should either be taken to perfection.

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People

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should take some of the

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river of course, in this society and

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Have

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a look at that, you know, look down

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for the for the

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immediate

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food implies that you need the food, because people are looking at in this negative fashion. But if people are looking at it from a perspective in the sense that we should not wait, when nervous should begin, you know, try to help others

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feel responsibility to see where that food is used, whether it's easy, and eating,

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eating leftovers

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down on the floor, actually.

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I mean, it is a requirement, if this was over, there should be

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no kind of negative attitudes towards.

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So, even though the situation of marriage, I mean, you both of you have been invited to

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study by the Surgeon General, I mean, if you're invited meet him this year, so people are invited, but the brother fields here in New York.

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So you come in, you sit down, and

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I mean, he feels he has to do this.

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And now put it on him, but he must not in reference

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to people that are involved. This is considered evil, like

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you can choose to do anything you like.

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But it's wonderful speaking, and when he is no more

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than

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ever, is utilized.

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But in most cases that I just food is thrown in the garbage.

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Because in fact that is so widespread in the society.

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About You know, certain other things stiffness commonly takes place

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in the wedding was involved.

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One, photography,

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photographers will post pictures of the people involved in the wedding party, such as a developer, as you already pointed out, he said, You know, like, he will develop the pictures.

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And obviously, you know, those were pretty the appraisals are pretty loaded.

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You know, and he's made a fool of you

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would like for some

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of you to be looking at a picture of your wife or your

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you know, your mother or your sister in

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law, we're pretty much in what fashion your family right, I mean activation

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photographs and developing them like

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that, that individual should have some, you know, consciousness is one of the results from this practice of zoom in and of course, he pointed out so, the website is where

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the Nazi German

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German soldier

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who received the greatest, you know, punishment and

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you know, are the the people who make pitches.

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And he mentioned a number of other you know, hobbies.

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You know, he did point out that,

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in the case of photography,

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photographers, included in the general

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category picture making, some parents also hope that it is not the picture that you're making involves

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the creation of statues and paintings, it will attain portrait

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because the fact of the process by which the picture is captured, is a natural process was mostly in the hands of the individual directly in the sense of him, trying to produce what Allah has created from his own activity. That's the process in photography is similar to the classes and labs in a mirror image Americans use images

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for their conditions of opinion in this area, but the proper woman, you know, that the

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pictures were in one exposing

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family members in usually in the scope of address which is not allowed for a person who is not related to the families Look at me, this is a normal practice. These are people in the wedding parties, you know, the women etc. They are not going to be you know, covering themselves and they should cover themselves in the presence of

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people who are

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what they call Navid. They call him or not

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Hello

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Mary.

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So, one

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thing that he pointed out was another practice

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of including musicians you know common practice here also they will bring musician man or female musician

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and they play music and then when they get up and dance

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now is to read from an Islamic perspective you know in case of weddings, you know had given the okay for young girls to

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kind of Islam and thing

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but, this allowance you know, what is being done today goes far beyond that, it goes into another area where they're including on whether women stringed instruments.

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In addition,

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he said that one of the signs of the judgment was that people would make flour wind and stringed instruments. So,

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this type of music the music produced by the wind is commonly used in the fighting

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when answering this

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question the Communist

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Party's been invited. And also the thing is that you have a group of people who become professionals, who travel around the country, you know,

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producing music for the world in Islamic context, not professional musicians.

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I mean, spontaneously, everybody has certain musical abilities. So, famously, if we get together

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Mohammed Abu Bakar start to become companies in the profession, what you tend to find is that the professional music is a source of corruption inside

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the word for example, you see,

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you find that the people who are in the music, industry simple Time To Live and have wealth that is unimaginable to

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me, they have

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never seen a lifetime

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Yes, people are looking for a better lifestyle defined if Nixon corruption

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was involved in all kinds of practices on the many times that commit suicide, if

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you wonder, Why

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Why is it so because this particular

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field

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once you become the profession,

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look into the lives of the famous patients in

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the castle and

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your career, I mean, unimaginable

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because these professions

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are crushed by

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Chris Ballard

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and as such, the people who are involved in them

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and it becomes evident.

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Anyway, as I was pointing out, the practice of introducing these musicians in the

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party, wedding parties such as

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the young girls beating the drum among the women for

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what is allowed, as long as it stays within the boundaries of

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the other aspects of the wedding party.

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Extending of the wedding

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are wedding occasions.

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People usually come in when they want to get together they usually leave a

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traditional

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wedding when we

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give any kind of occasion

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occasional celebration, whatever it is you to define one of your Islamic obligations when that particular occasion becomes.

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I mean this is very similar

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to have the volume or the volume or the wedding party, right. In the daytime.

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We have a long stretch between at the federal level for boys, people to get together they eat something food they

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need to have eaten

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He'd been up Asia. I mean, it's hard to say this. But you know, it's not the preferable times he traditionally in China,

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you know, he didn't move into anybody operation, a personnel society, because the fact that, you know, he didn't have electricity, which could recreate the day in the night, when

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everything got dark,

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lightning

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efficient means of maintaining a time line into the night. Right. So this is what

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makes this team

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not a natural for people to have Heidi that night.

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You know, it tends to keep down the excesses. Because of

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that, you know, when the night falls, you know, when mother comes in, when the shopping Come on, you know,

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in working overtime, to keep your kids up.

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We asked about protection from

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evil forces evil forces operate

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under the cover of

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the general warning.

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In terms of Wilma, you know, we try to keep our wedding practices

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method, you know, as possible.

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The main points that he mentioned, concerning you know, wedding practices here, generally advise people,

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you know, how they're

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magic, and he pointed out in terms of the, you know, the,

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you know, the gallery should be consistent with the status of the people that are involved, you know, what, what the what the economic situation

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should match the position suddenly, funds and is granted burden on the individual, which you have to carry within the depth, you have to borrow money to solve this matters. Because as

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a deputy can alter the rock in terms of buying or whatever it can be as simple as that there's not even a you know, in monetary value. So, we said,

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something symbolic, is not necessarily a

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large amount of wealth,

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uses that as a means of elevating himself over others. You know, women talk about themselves, they say electric cars, she says I got

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100,000 and that was

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100,000 becomes a competition, or the survey says, you know, the bottom of my bladder was

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in this, give them a chance to take slide over me over this. This is not the way to do I mean, the the giving of the diary is symbolic of individual preparedness, to look after the woman and it should be within their economic

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ability

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shouldn't be the economic ability

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to have

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any questions concerning you know, the practices here, as you mentioned, actually, what I think is that, you know, what each of us has to do, to look into the world cultures that we come from, to see what practices in our cultures in terms of wedding and determine whether these practices were acceptable or not. And there were certain learning

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split by a slob, you know, we're in the customs of the people are allowable to some degree, but what is custom either involves something which is hard on the family to say for example, listen with the distinctive musicians assessment.

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This becomes forbidden over the customs

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practices, which are part of the religious practices of other

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religions which exists in you know, for example, you may live in India and around you are Hindu.

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Right now, in Williams to get my

00:29:36--> 00:29:39

religious ceremony is a religious aspect.

00:29:40--> 00:29:51

Now, it is not allowed for Muslims, you know, in India to have Indian marriage practices, customs which are from the Hindu religious customs

00:29:53--> 00:29:55

which have no medical significance to them.

00:29:57--> 00:29:59

And that's the customer the simple there was no harm

00:30:00--> 00:30:03

In the login involved in a valid marriage

00:30:06--> 00:30:08

significance to consider becomes permitted.

00:30:09--> 00:30:10

For example, from the west,

00:30:11--> 00:30:15

marine on the single hair, you know, when a person gets married,

00:30:16--> 00:30:18

they were typically the wearing

00:30:21--> 00:30:25

indicate to the person's marriage. Now, this practice on the left hand

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

practice islamically speaking is not alone.

00:30:33--> 00:30:35

Number five, it indicates that you're married and you know,

00:30:36--> 00:30:38

the idea of something which indicated

00:30:41--> 00:30:46

in that principle, but on the principle that when this when the woman was

00:30:48--> 00:30:55

originally came with a Catholic tradition, where when the priest is seeking the will of the finger, of the woman,

00:30:56--> 00:30:57

she says,

00:30:58--> 00:31:04

In the name of the Father, and the Son of the Holy Ghost, amen.

00:31:07--> 00:31:11

Women which finger is symbolic of love belief in the Trinity

00:31:13--> 00:31:16

as such, it is not permissible

00:31:22--> 00:31:25

at the end of American for legal, right.

00:31:29--> 00:31:39

Now, if you go back into the practice, I can't remember the exact origin of it, but it has something to do with belief in spirits and the evil spirits,

00:31:40--> 00:31:43

evil the evil spirits, so, it has to do some some practice.

00:32:00--> 00:32:02

Okay, thank you.

00:32:03--> 00:32:12

Okay, so I think that the, the origin of this practice was in Greek mythology, you know, whatever, when, when people

00:32:14--> 00:32:15

mess up their life,

00:32:16--> 00:32:31

like, they don't like to think we're good all the time. So by people sort of realize, the gods will assume that the thinking that people throwing away the people, right, and especially the comfortable and certainly happy to be on your honeymoon, such as

00:32:33--> 00:32:36

this practice, because of its, its pagan origin.

00:32:37--> 00:32:38

It's number one, number

00:32:39--> 00:32:42

two adopted in any marriage ceremony,

00:33:00--> 00:33:01

climate requirements,

00:33:03--> 00:33:05

you know, made you follow

00:33:10--> 00:33:11

them every time

00:33:20--> 00:33:32

what has happened were in the under the influence of these practices in the society around Muslims, you know, having gone far away from the environment of now

00:33:36--> 00:33:39

because of the fact that it is popular in society.

00:33:51--> 00:33:51

Right,

00:33:53--> 00:34:26

pointed out the amount of joy, thank you. He also pointed out that, you know, in many of the wedding sizes takes place, you know, becomes a megaphone for a man or woman or a person, the rest, it goes to the point where they start dancing with other people's wives and sisters, and you know, these types of things may not reach that stage. But, you know, there are people, more people are mingling feelings, it's in the name, rare to see that women may not be involved at all with the process of leaving, because actually, in the

00:34:28--> 00:34:28

sense

00:34:29--> 00:34:35

that, you know, when he had the gatherings, his wife would come and serve the guests

00:34:36--> 00:34:43

to say that, you know, it was like a total absolute weight there and it certainly was back in the masjid and,

00:34:45--> 00:34:54

you know, a woman who had to back not to say they were in a flow to voters in a socially liberal, nobody can see, which has become the practice commonly now, right?

00:34:58--> 00:34:59

off the bat exchange, but at the same time,

00:35:00--> 00:35:05

The other extreme will become a free for all right? So, there are no

00:35:06--> 00:35:07

women

00:35:08--> 00:35:13

at the ceremony or something like this, they will be asked to sign up

00:35:14--> 00:35:17

the men and women together and people who are

00:35:18--> 00:35:18

new to

00:35:21--> 00:35:24

corruption society. This is why in general

00:35:26--> 00:35:27

in general

00:35:48--> 00:35:52

the digital world the world and skills for men

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

completely

00:35:57--> 00:35:59

time for prayer and you can pull it up

00:36:01--> 00:36:20

and put it back on afterwards. People who that is a mistaken concept that the whole template teach you when you're fending off the flow, but if you need the message, that's okay, you can do your own thing. You know, that type of approach to religion is unfortunate. But in order to become common with why you find for example, you're going to come up with a roll up your pant legs, you know,

00:36:22--> 00:36:23

down below the ankles.

00:36:28--> 00:36:33

When you're standing on the floor, right, you don't want to paint below ankle without the need to manage

00:36:36--> 00:36:39

our people who wouldn't normally wear anything on their head when it comes to the market

00:36:41--> 00:36:42

you know,

00:36:46--> 00:36:49

back when I was in India, Mazel Tov

00:36:51--> 00:36:52

you know, they have in the massive

00:36:54--> 00:36:57

container culture right now, people come and

00:37:00--> 00:37:04

go without a cab and I will find my first time it happened I was in the middle of

00:37:07--> 00:37:07

somebody

00:37:12--> 00:37:14

that happened like twice after that.

00:37:17--> 00:37:18

My

00:37:26--> 00:37:29

concept that that tends to develop people.

00:37:30--> 00:37:37

When I was in Malaysia in Malaysia for about three four years in in Kota Kinabalu. And

00:37:40--> 00:37:42

you know, I had never seen

00:37:43--> 00:37:48

time that I was there, I had never seen a woman in Islamic dress.

00:37:50--> 00:37:52

When I was studying in

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

Medina, Medina

00:38:06--> 00:38:07

in the course of that

00:38:09--> 00:38:12

group of people who look to me like Malaysian people

00:38:21--> 00:38:22

never find anybody

00:38:24--> 00:38:34

later on, in I was informed of what the women typically do, they will carry the clothes, or the method in a bag. When they go to the masjid they put on his clothes.

00:38:46--> 00:38:47

of the

00:38:51--> 00:38:57

mistaken idea that you know, when you're in the market, and I see your website, you know, a lot no longer

00:39:02--> 00:39:03

with any other

00:39:06--> 00:39:06

marriage.

00:39:27--> 00:39:31

Video has to allow photography in general.

00:39:32--> 00:39:42

The process is the same process in Armenia Same thing with our movie, because it is moving images or it will break it down, it becomes individual images, you can press the thing and stop the image. Right.

00:39:46--> 00:39:47

If you're not gonna allow

00:39:48--> 00:39:49

pictures,

00:39:51--> 00:39:52

you have this. It's allowed in

00:39:54--> 00:39:56

that sense in terms of photography,

00:39:57--> 00:39:58

but there's an asset

00:40:00--> 00:40:00

Double

00:40:01--> 00:40:16

cameras, there's an expense where it does become painting which is clearly not as when it was done in the studio, when the guy picked the airbrush and rubber ducky wrinkles in the front when you're in on the liability side and all these different things medical

00:40:18--> 00:40:18

issues

00:40:20--> 00:40:21

modify this

00:40:27--> 00:40:32

photograph in these places you should sell them the airbrush I promoted

00:40:37--> 00:40:39

So, you don't get involved in that DIY becomes an advocate

00:40:42--> 00:40:43

without adult

00:40:50--> 00:40:52

supervision relationship

00:40:54--> 00:40:58

just as any other form of picture making is forbidden by the hand right.

00:41:00--> 00:41:14

typography is not included in the in the area of carving and painting sudden sort of government financing which has to do with the human and was the human being is actually making that effort to reproduce allows creation

00:41:15--> 00:41:17

which is forbidden right.

00:41:18--> 00:41:25

Typically, on the basis of my dolla dolla tree in the past people worship images to idols and paintings.

00:41:26--> 00:41:34

Of course, once a photograph takes on the phone perspective, where it is now

00:41:35--> 00:41:36

in

00:41:37--> 00:41:44

in various areas and carried on placards or whatever and now is calling for as what they call Kageyama

00:41:46--> 00:41:51

net individuals so people are now looking at a person especially then it becomes

00:41:58--> 00:41:58

one

00:41:59--> 00:42:00

of the most admired

00:42:01--> 00:42:02

when

00:42:07--> 00:42:15

it comes right in becomes a question of setting it up for people to idolize. They become steps into the area without a doubt

00:42:22--> 00:42:23

yeah painting is unanimous.

00:42:25--> 00:42:32

say if it is released, it is only that which has a shadow but from the evidence from the sun, it seems like Shadow

00:42:37--> 00:42:38

patches

00:42:40--> 00:42:41

of human animals

00:42:44--> 00:42:45

you know what?

00:42:56--> 00:42:57

enough evidence

00:43:04--> 00:43:06

as infants are inside of the power

00:43:10--> 00:43:10

they

00:43:15--> 00:43:16

had had when she when she had when

00:43:19--> 00:43:22

she scene inside of the churches there

00:43:24--> 00:43:25

are a lot of purposes.

00:43:27--> 00:43:28

So there's a variety of

00:43:30--> 00:43:34

crystals which have images in the Fabric of the Cosmos, let me throw

00:43:36--> 00:43:38

some pillowcases and

00:43:39--> 00:43:40

now it

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

is usable. For example, we have a candle you can buy candles which are in the shape of Buddha right if somebody gives us a candle

00:43:49--> 00:43:50

in the canvas,

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

you do is you

00:43:58--> 00:43:58

have

00:44:01--> 00:44:03

an image and your

00:44:07--> 00:44:09

general principle somebody gives you a very factual

00:44:13--> 00:44:15

number necessarily a broken

00:44:31--> 00:44:32

record you utilizable

00:44:39--> 00:44:45

sample set of museums now you start to collect the eyeballs, the eyeballs of your fast

00:44:54--> 00:44:55

you are promoting

00:44:58--> 00:44:59

that principle of

00:45:00--> 00:45:01

One thing, for example,

00:45:02--> 00:45:07

to keep things apart in the past is images. And it's another thing

00:45:12--> 00:45:12

when

00:45:14--> 00:45:14

you're looking at,

00:45:18--> 00:45:19

you know, racism,

00:45:22--> 00:45:26

medical practices where sections of the body may be drawn and solely for

00:45:27--> 00:45:32

the teaching purposes, that this will be excluded from the general edition.

00:45:34--> 00:45:36

teach the children anatomy

00:45:39--> 00:45:40

taken apart

00:45:41--> 00:45:42

auditing,

00:45:43--> 00:45:49

I mean, something of that nature shall be excluded from the overall revision.

00:45:50--> 00:45:53

And the purpose of a lot of the children in a bow

00:45:55--> 00:45:56

we're permitted by the

00:45:59--> 00:46:00

children below the age of puberty

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

supervision

00:47:15--> 00:47:20

I mean, the position which allows photography when it doesn't go beyond the

00:47:21--> 00:47:22

recording,

00:47:23--> 00:47:24

for purposes of

00:47:29--> 00:47:30

identification,

00:47:40--> 00:47:44

you know, because they would argue that in the past, we didn't have photographs more than using web server.

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

We have to have a

00:47:56--> 00:47:59

you know, one picture's worth 1000 words or something.

00:48:18--> 00:48:18

Your hands

00:48:19--> 00:48:20

live in

00:48:21--> 00:48:21

Orlando.

00:48:25--> 00:48:26

And we know

00:48:27--> 00:48:32

that may work in some areas, but there's other areas which are clearly around which is the area of like

00:48:34--> 00:48:40

southern Idaho, and there's no circumstance which you know, you can justify the use of

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

human animal

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

models or

00:48:50--> 00:48:51

flowers.

00:49:00--> 00:49:00

Okay.

00:49:09--> 00:49:10

No,

00:49:13--> 00:49:13

magic,

00:49:15--> 00:49:18

solid unfortunatelly. Now,

00:49:19--> 00:49:19

we just want to

00:49:23--> 00:49:24

do everything but

00:49:26--> 00:49:27

looking at the concept of

00:49:30--> 00:49:31

worship,

00:49:32--> 00:49:32

worship

00:49:36--> 00:49:36

in

00:49:38--> 00:49:38

principle

00:49:43--> 00:49:47

is based on a certain aspect of human movement.

00:49:48--> 00:49:51

As I mentioned before, you know, Allah has made people on different levels

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

Some people

00:49:56--> 00:49:58

even the prophesy famous some of them

00:50:00--> 00:50:02

Many women in

00:50:05--> 00:50:14

human society will find people on the left. And there's a tendency for men to look to others to the above him.

00:50:15--> 00:50:21

And to elevate that person to a level where them on their own

00:50:22--> 00:50:25

people tend to be like sheep.

00:50:30--> 00:50:38

people they know that if a person comes along, it's very easy to gather your following. And you know, people will follow me, because

00:50:40--> 00:50:40

people

00:50:43--> 00:50:46

expect that, depending on the purpose of the repetition of life,

00:50:48--> 00:50:49

with tendency,

00:50:52--> 00:50:57

in other societies, to the elevation of people to our faculty, which is godlike,

00:50:58--> 00:50:59

when

00:51:00--> 00:51:03

these people become intermediary between the flag of God

00:51:08--> 00:51:09

in

00:51:10--> 00:51:15

reality, you have a system of saints, because the same people who

00:51:17--> 00:51:21

were either science or righteous type individuals or who had

00:51:23--> 00:51:33

what appeared to be supernatural occurrences happening around them with the people submitted to them with the miracle to elevate them to the status of

00:51:36--> 00:51:41

these people then become intermediaries or it may be some incidents where they happen to

00:51:43--> 00:51:45

say that, some people like that and

00:51:49--> 00:51:55

usually portrayed as sharing the, the fat cell on the shoulder, and the other kind of approach that was up around

00:52:00--> 00:52:02

15 years ago, the Catholic Church

00:52:07--> 00:52:11

face of the traveler to go travel with a village in their car, or their

00:52:13--> 00:52:16

protection during their journey.

00:52:17--> 00:52:19

But, sometimes,

00:52:20--> 00:52:21

the church finally

00:52:22--> 00:52:26

indicated that this individual was mythological, he was a real individual, and he was

00:52:28--> 00:52:31

you have a greater level of faith within the

00:52:32--> 00:52:35

Catholic system, you know, as I said, who are intermediate

00:52:38--> 00:52:42

to St. Jude, I think it is their writing on the sense of them, they are perhaps

00:52:44--> 00:52:44

given

00:52:46--> 00:52:48

to elevate the status of God and

00:52:52--> 00:52:56

God looking similar when they know they have

00:52:59--> 00:53:00

spiritual masters,

00:53:02--> 00:53:02

a defender

00:53:04--> 00:53:05

you guide them in life and

00:53:07--> 00:53:09

then you have what they call the avatar.

00:53:11--> 00:53:11

Because

00:53:13--> 00:53:13

the avatar

00:53:15--> 00:53:16

is an individual,

00:53:20--> 00:53:21

we understand

00:53:27--> 00:53:27

the

00:53:28--> 00:53:33

phrase is Maria, I am merely Abdullah

00:53:39--> 00:53:39

in

00:53:49--> 00:53:50

a place of gambling,

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

early gambling,

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

idol worship,

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

Allah

00:54:14--> 00:54:17

will manifest in our life that allows me to go

00:54:24--> 00:54:25

deeper and deeper levels. So

00:54:28--> 00:54:31

clearly the behind the lungs

00:54:34--> 00:54:35

array at the highest level,

00:54:49--> 00:54:51

the reality is at this

00:54:52--> 00:54:52

level

00:54:56--> 00:54:58

we as individuals cannot

00:55:00--> 00:55:03

vapen individualism is a category

00:55:05--> 00:55:11

five, out of the realm of the average human being can attend to that he becomes a medium

00:55:15--> 00:55:18

where am I in a position to do that?

00:55:19--> 00:55:21

From the point of view of using

00:55:28--> 00:55:28

a better

00:55:30--> 00:55:33

point of view of knowing what is in somebody's life will allow

00:55:34--> 00:55:35

them in the near future.

00:55:41--> 00:55:42

speech

00:55:48--> 00:55:50

is one of the most deadly enemies

00:55:56--> 00:56:03

read from the outside is a phrase that a big deer donkeys means that, you know, he's playing around with birds.

00:56:07--> 00:56:08

But inside it's not a good

00:56:09--> 00:56:09

idea.

00:56:14--> 00:56:19

all know that what he's doing there could be magnified by him doing it to gain us a

00:56:23--> 00:56:24

way to be seen by others.

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

arena

00:56:35--> 00:56:36

for free to be seen by

00:56:40--> 00:56:41

that person outside of

00:56:43--> 00:56:44

the news elevator was given

00:56:45--> 00:56:47

to him and asked for diapers.

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

And

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

assuming

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

because

00:56:58--> 00:56:58

you didn't know.

00:57:01--> 00:57:01

Either

00:57:02--> 00:57:03

the father

00:57:07--> 00:57:08

gave me

00:57:09--> 00:57:11

one, and they were going into NACA

00:57:17--> 00:57:20

because he listened to their hearts and was able to

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

know

00:57:30--> 00:57:31

had mentioned certain

00:57:33--> 00:57:34

information when a lion lady said

00:57:35--> 00:57:37

no concerning that alive

00:57:51--> 00:57:54

about 31 occasions

00:57:56--> 00:57:58

compared to sitting there and running

00:58:00--> 00:58:01

after losses,

00:58:14--> 00:58:14

he said

00:58:20--> 00:58:24

but he gave a decoration for that individual the person who asked if he would be a main

00:58:27--> 00:58:27

concern that

00:58:29--> 00:58:33

he had he was in a position to do that because he was receiving revelation from Allah

00:58:35--> 00:58:41

He talked about he woke up in the morning and he supposed to be naughty after you said no I heard you

00:58:43--> 00:58:44

and it was when the Prophet

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

wherever

00:58:52--> 00:58:53

he didn't know that he did that.

00:59:02--> 00:59:02

I'm

00:59:06--> 00:59:08

concerned about the fact that every time you make

00:59:17--> 00:59:18

highly recommend

00:59:23--> 00:59:23

looking into

00:59:30--> 00:59:31

the armband

00:59:33--> 00:59:39

the proper length as Alan has indicated based on revelation from the law, we do not have the right to elevate anybody.

00:59:48--> 00:59:49

Okay, yeah.

00:59:51--> 00:59:55

One of the battles you know, the people are mentioning

00:59:56--> 00:59:57

the Battle of silica

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

is America

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

Otherwise, you

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

would not

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

disagree with him

01:00:13--> 01:00:13

because

01:00:16--> 01:00:20

he was fighting, not the sort of movie

01:00:23--> 01:00:25

that he got a chance

01:00:26--> 01:00:27

to

01:00:31--> 01:00:32

learn,

01:00:43--> 01:00:46

ever make any individual in that fashion,

01:00:51--> 01:00:51

except there

01:00:53--> 01:00:57

was a sacrifice, we are not in a position to elevate them.

01:00:59--> 01:01:00

What has happened

01:01:01--> 01:01:02

is that

01:01:10--> 01:01:11

the idea

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

of this elevation,

01:01:17--> 01:01:20

certification of the register for the class

01:01:23--> 01:01:26

and he created Adam and Eve moon Adam, Grant

01:01:33--> 01:01:33

people

01:01:34--> 01:01:37

have read that, and concluded

01:01:39--> 01:01:42

that Allah, a piece of history

01:01:44--> 01:01:47

and that each and every one of us, as human beings carry

01:01:49--> 01:01:51

a portion of the Spirit of God.

01:01:53--> 01:01:54

And some that

01:01:56--> 01:01:58

they concluded, you know, based on

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

thought, you know, from the panel,

01:02:03--> 01:02:07

and others of the time has proposed the idea that

01:02:09--> 01:02:10

human beings

01:02:11--> 01:02:12

were, or had

01:02:13--> 01:02:21

a divine soul, and that would slide inside, and then they individually tried to elevate themselves.

01:02:23--> 01:02:29

Above that would elevate themselves to a position where that unite was well sold.

01:02:33--> 01:02:34

idea was a,

01:02:38--> 01:02:44

it was concluded that the sizing of the individual what human sizing should be, is

01:02:45--> 01:02:48

that design profession, which is within each and every one of us,

01:02:49--> 01:02:50

is divine.

01:02:51--> 01:02:53

This is also part of Hindu philosophy,

01:02:54--> 01:02:58

the state of Nirvana, you know, where the Hindus believe that the individual is reborn and reborn,

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

reborn again, it was a good,

01:03:03--> 01:03:17

better session. And it's time to keep getting better and better and better. And eventually you get to the stage where it becomes a brand new chapter, where when he dies, now, he unites with the world.

01:03:18--> 01:03:20

And if you're bad, you get reborn and learn

01:03:21--> 01:03:24

and work situations. And then this is like

01:03:26--> 01:03:39

the idea of equality of karma, where everybody has to work out their own, good and evil, actually does this for most, you will not be involved in other people's life, whatever is happening to us, and because of what you did in a former life,

01:03:40--> 01:03:44

your responsibility, but it is the idea that this person eventually can lead to

01:03:47--> 01:03:50

this path that is available in other

01:03:53--> 01:03:55

body, so perfect by this verse

01:03:57--> 01:04:14

of spiritual exercises will develop the individual, you know, heal themselves from the material bounds and eventually become reunited with the world with regard to the law, and based on that you had certain individuals that are not claimed at one point in time it said

01:04:16--> 01:04:16

that I

01:04:20--> 01:04:23

and the lessons of the time you know, what he's saying is

01:04:25--> 01:04:25

that in Dallas,

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and he when he was fine, he stood up in the midst of a trial and opened up a processor, there's nothing better.

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You have another individual

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with a number of books, including

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the idea of

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when you know, life hasn't been everything, everything really is allowed.

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For ultimately,

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nothing that we should measure the details.

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You know, I got a third version of anything on the side of your phone.

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And He justified the atom

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to atom

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at that time when he was just about here confirming

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that

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and when

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I mean certainly

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you know, and in fact,

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the time in these circles became known as

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a central park which is a thread which links all of the various branches of Buddhism together. If you look at electric energy, it has a variety of different zones. So, if you want to decide what Christianity isn't difficult to just stick with the basic principles of the idea of Jesus being God that much

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know that the Father in God

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but the idea of God the man that was one guy on the

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man from the items that must be like the thread which we'll get into together,

01:06:19--> 01:06:27

together will make the concept of the Divine Feminine the individual reuniting with the soul,

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if you benches

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where people have been referred to us,

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because of their piety, etc, whatever have you used

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to

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represent the majority that became the majority of today's as a citizen which is available in various parts of the world. When you go into the essence of the teachings, this is what you're going to find

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the purpose of this exercise and potential, but, in fact, this interpretation of the

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law has already talked about

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the fact

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that when they ask you about you tell them the truth and some of

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it is incorrectly referred to a lot louder

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and louder or

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phrase in relationship to fruition indicates the degree to which our intervals which are on a higher level than other like a lot of refers to

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a table attached to them

01:07:56--> 01:07:59

and a lot of pencils, separating it from the other child, because this one had a special

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when we refer to data less meaningfulness, you know, the higher

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the higher the ratio

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for the houses of worship are in

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the houses in a possessive form.

01:08:23--> 01:08:23

to clear

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out the

01:08:31--> 01:08:32

attributes, which are

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right, we have to separate the things that I refer to as in the prime four basic categories, which are these attributes

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associated

01:08:59--> 01:09:00

a lot

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of the things that

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I remember that depends on

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the person

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and the development of the MBA

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and burn into

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the studio

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has now clarified the sacrifice

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of an asset

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in reference to the introduction, the beginning of the battle of budget, when you land up at the other side

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of the battle spectrum,

01:09:37--> 01:09:38

and where people are the enemy.

01:09:49--> 01:09:50

And Fair enough, Brian said

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in the last

01:09:59--> 01:09:59

episode,

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

dilemmas

01:10:03--> 01:10:04

similarly

01:10:06--> 01:10:11

dispersed into the human eye with restless kindling. So, this is how

01:10:12--> 01:10:13

to get alive,

01:10:14--> 01:10:15

not that allow literally

01:10:19--> 01:10:20

lot of first

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came to mind for example,

01:10:33--> 01:10:34

when I do

01:10:35--> 01:10:36

a lot of projects,

01:10:37--> 01:10:37

in fact

01:10:38--> 01:10:39

have

01:10:42--> 01:10:43

a plan that allows

01:10:46--> 01:10:54

the foundation so that you know arguments of each one of us sitting within a divine professional allow have laid the foundation

01:10:57--> 01:11:03

to integrate people based on the fact that they're designed to come up with a lot of different ways Amano reflected on another level

01:11:09--> 01:11:09

in

01:11:13--> 01:11:13

the cheaper

01:11:17--> 01:11:20

level idea that the average human being can change

01:11:24--> 01:11:28

but that is attainable by individuals.

01:11:30--> 01:11:31

And that person

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has

01:11:42--> 01:11:43

apparently had

01:11:46--> 01:11:48

a lot of

01:11:51--> 01:11:52

like

01:11:54--> 01:11:56

a friendly person to the loss of money I can

01:12:00--> 01:12:00

overcome them.

01:12:16--> 01:12:21

category which is achieved by immigration, any other like anybody who legends in the sense of the family

01:12:22--> 01:12:23

and

01:12:24--> 01:12:26

practically life like so

01:12:27--> 01:12:29

that he becomes really

01:12:36--> 01:12:38

complete. When we look at the area

01:12:42--> 01:12:42

we're looking

01:12:43--> 01:12:44

for going on

01:13:17--> 01:13:20

fiber fiber image affection advocates

01:13:59--> 01:13:59

allowed me

01:14:05--> 01:14:07

to move along with

01:14:10--> 01:14:14

things which are within the context of a loss.

01:14:16--> 01:14:17

It was

01:14:19--> 01:14:20

to say okay,

01:14:21--> 01:14:22

what do you think you think?

01:14:50--> 01:14:50

some samples of

01:14:53--> 01:14:54

that contest

01:15:05--> 01:15:09

Ideas are rejected, because they involve waiting around and

01:15:10--> 01:15:12

similarly to allow becoming a part of the solution

01:15:27--> 01:15:28

is not a current

01:15:31--> 01:15:32

thing, but are things which are

01:15:34--> 01:15:35

possible.

01:15:37--> 01:15:38

Such

01:15:41--> 01:15:41

people,

01:15:43--> 01:15:48

they understand the line level participation, but then we're able to do

01:15:55--> 01:15:55

it

01:15:59--> 01:16:03

never be able, you will never find someone who's able to catch that person

01:16:12--> 01:16:13

or that God medical

01:16:20--> 01:16:20

in

01:16:21--> 01:16:23

1979

01:16:25--> 01:16:26

down to South America,

01:16:33--> 01:16:33

we believe that

01:16:35--> 01:16:36

God is in every one of you

01:16:40--> 01:16:42

that that God was more in me than

01:16:44--> 01:16:45

anybody

01:16:52--> 01:16:53

morning.

01:16:58--> 01:17:03

Now, if you don't have that go to the lobby

01:17:10--> 01:17:10

relationship

01:17:12--> 01:17:14

then you cannot be drawn in.

01:17:16--> 01:17:18

And when you explain

01:17:19--> 01:17:19

to others,

01:17:22--> 01:17:26

that you have to develop because, as I said, the vast majority of

01:17:31--> 01:17:32

arbitration of the law in

01:17:34--> 01:17:35

one way or another,

01:17:37--> 01:17:41

we've given them the concept of the law and wonderful among

01:17:43--> 01:17:43

those

01:17:50--> 01:17:51

kinds of things.

01:18:01--> 01:18:03

Any questions, concerns

01:18:06--> 01:18:06

or comments?

01:18:43--> 01:18:45

That one was about to happen.

01:19:03--> 01:19:04

Sometimes,

01:19:30--> 01:19:32

one of the things like

01:19:35--> 01:19:40

indirectly, directly stated or implied,

01:19:42--> 01:19:43

without apology,

01:19:44--> 01:19:48

this is a large portion of the various discussions. Why because the fact that

01:19:49--> 01:19:51

the common error amongst

01:19:53--> 01:19:57

the bots is that it is allowed within discussion.

01:20:00--> 01:20:00

longer

01:20:18--> 01:20:20

run the senators in being

01:20:22--> 01:20:23

harsh

01:20:28--> 01:20:31

on the human say

01:20:34--> 01:20:35

it sort of fell away

01:20:36--> 01:20:38

what happens when

01:20:42--> 01:20:43

you know when

01:20:45--> 01:20:46

asked about this

01:20:47--> 01:20:48

idea, the idea of

01:20:51--> 01:20:52

the individual

01:20:54--> 01:20:55

being back

01:20:58--> 01:20:59

and

01:21:02--> 01:21:03

beyond that

01:21:35--> 01:21:38

we are sure that it is not the biological

01:21:48--> 01:21:53

face, he will allow seven he has hands he has a face he will not say a lot of hands.

01:21:54--> 01:21:58

But we feel that whatever i mean by that, it is not

01:22:02--> 01:22:03

because he said later

01:22:04--> 01:22:05

nothing It

01:22:07--> 01:22:12

is not like our face is not like our hands, who don't have the right to say that it doesn't happen.

01:22:14--> 01:22:19

But we believe in our language, we prefer the hands of the box, the hands of the clock are pointing to the

01:22:22--> 01:22:24

answer necessarily like

01:22:27--> 01:22:28

the first

01:22:38--> 01:22:40

payment we can expect that without

01:22:43--> 01:22:44

any investment invasions are another

01:22:47--> 01:22:48

term

01:22:49--> 01:22:49

for us,

01:22:50--> 01:23:01

to help us understand to some degree, aspects of the law, that they are limited by our ability to conceive of

01:23:05--> 01:23:06

our finite

01:23:09--> 01:23:12

to understand to grasp, the infinite

01:23:13--> 01:23:13

that

01:23:42--> 01:23:43

can be

01:23:53--> 01:23:55

about a law about

01:24:01--> 01:24:03

water to turn into vapor.

01:24:07--> 01:24:09

Liquid forms in which water can

01:24:13--> 01:24:16

establish he h2o can appear. But the point is that

01:24:18--> 01:24:19

when it

01:24:20--> 01:24:23

is no longer rational interpret the same

01:24:28--> 01:24:29

thing that Jesus

01:24:30--> 01:24:33

said God This sounds so bad the sun it was

01:24:34--> 01:24:39

an inflatable asked me are with him.

01:24:41--> 01:24:42

No no.

01:24:49--> 01:24:50

No time to learn fabric.

01:24:52--> 01:24:52

Render of

01:24:54--> 01:24:54

the fabric

01:25:12--> 01:25:13

In a logical

01:25:17--> 01:25:18

fashion,

01:25:19--> 01:25:20

passion in

01:25:24--> 01:25:25

life,

01:25:26--> 01:25:26

it

01:25:34--> 01:25:35

is not the same

01:25:40--> 01:25:42

a good point to choose

01:25:44--> 01:25:46

and actually remove them back to their writing.

01:25:49--> 01:25:51

Because of the time when

01:25:57--> 01:26:02

when Jesus was being baptized by john the baptist, right.

01:26:05--> 01:26:08

At the same time it came out of

01:26:09--> 01:26:15

that is talking to Jesus and appeared as a group between

01:26:17--> 01:26:18

there

01:27:15--> 01:27:16

should you buy the

01:27:20--> 01:27:22

claim individually

01:27:27--> 01:27:28

developer

01:27:35--> 01:27:36

and

01:27:39--> 01:27:39

the

01:27:41--> 01:27:42

HR person

01:27:43--> 01:27:45

reforms they modified

01:27:48--> 01:27:51

and they've been rejected in order to make such

01:27:54--> 01:27:55

an item

01:28:00--> 01:28:02

they went back home, Sarah

01:28:17--> 01:28:18

mentioned

01:28:19--> 01:28:24

this dimension of human race. So the reply here because if I

01:28:25--> 01:28:26

read your your

01:28:29--> 01:28:34

knowledge of you know people talking about something physical like

01:28:36--> 01:28:39

Nickelback the other the same verbal ego that

01:28:41--> 01:28:42

says they didn't kill him

01:28:43--> 01:28:43

but

01:28:46--> 01:28:47

that will kill them and

01:28:53--> 01:29:02

why? Because in their mythology, they claim that Jesus escaped from the cross and He went to Kashmir.

01:29:03--> 01:29:05

Kashmir never blamed there was a waiver

01:29:09--> 01:29:11

to support that claim.

01:29:13--> 01:29:15

When in fact actually, the verb is

01:29:23--> 01:29:24

a preposition

01:29:25--> 01:29:29

so that the action of the verb may carry over to an object.

01:29:31--> 01:29:32

Smith deposition

01:29:35--> 01:29:36

never happens in this

01:29:42--> 01:29:43

edition here.

01:29:48--> 01:29:49

Taking a Direct

01:29:51--> 01:29:52

Attach directly to

01:29:56--> 01:29:59

a mentor. When you do a position it implies

01:30:00--> 01:30:00

embolic

01:30:01--> 01:30:02

raising

01:30:03--> 01:30:03

as a way

01:30:07--> 01:30:08

to direct objects such

01:30:11--> 01:30:11

as

01:30:17--> 01:30:18

he was in that way,

01:30:20--> 01:30:23

the direct object nobody understands what it means the symbolic

01:30:24--> 01:30:25

proposition.

01:30:40--> 01:30:40

integrated

01:30:42--> 01:30:42

solutions

01:30:47--> 01:30:51

suspended animation, some back down the road the size of the last burned

01:30:53--> 01:30:54

down narrow