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Medicine medicine that you layer with the

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opposite you provide me a lot of Peace and blessings

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from the law, why don't you send them in and all those who follow the path of righteousness until the last day.

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The topic of this book

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was one of the importance of silence.

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And the amount began the presentation by talking about the importance

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of

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the importance of teaching

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children

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silence, as much

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as we should teach them speech,

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we tend to be very concerned about teaching the children you know, making sure that they speak properly and giving them full opportunities to speak, but we tend not to emphasize the importance of being quiet,

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certain types, because no speech is a equality, which distinguishes

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men from the rest of creation.

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It has a good side to it and has a bad side.

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And, if

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words are said, when they should not be, they can become harmful,

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they can hurt others hurt yourself for others.

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We know

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much of

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the

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feelings

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which develop in the society

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are a result of

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words which were said which should not have been said

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cursing people,

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spreading rumors,

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talking about people behind their back to the call backbiting these are among the apps which are

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prohibited in Islam.

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The Prophet Muhammad Allah,

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by way of revelation has commanded us to avoid

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and all of these are results of speech, of talking their words, word which creates harm.

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And

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words may be said

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inadvertently, a person may say something not intending harm, but it may even produce.

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This is why

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problems are fundament said

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that a man will speak words which are pleasing to a law

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which he considered to be of no great importance, yet a law will raise his patient, the next slide because of them.

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Similarly,

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a man may speak some words

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which are incorrect,

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inadvertently thinking that there will be something said but these say words may cause him to go to hell

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to be punished in hell as a result.

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So, it is very essential for us

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as adults, parents,

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to train our children

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in silence, knowing when to be silent,

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there are times when they should speak and the times when they should be silent.

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And when they speak,

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they have to be trained to control their phones in the sense that they will only say things which are acceptable islamically

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they should be trained not to engage, I will talk useless thoughts, this should be minimized.

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And one of the best ways to train them is by ourselves being not involved in useless idle talk.

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Because it is in this useless idle talk that we may say something which we consider to be nothing, yet the consequences may be very great.

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Very high.

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for two hours of the day, I'm Jasmine.

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So, we should

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look after our children with regard to the speech

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by

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stopping them from speaking,

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when they're talking nonsense,

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trading them

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islamically, providing them with correct guidance, so that what they do have to say will be a worthless magical,

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we should also protect them by having some control over their friends, because their friends, they have a much greater effect on them than

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even the family.

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Those children that they play with school, after school, whatever,

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they will be affected by them, if these children are of that character.

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Those two use bad words

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that our children will be affected by it

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is very important that we control the environment that our children grew up in.

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This is one of the things that

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we're in minority situation,

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whether in the Philippines or in America,

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it is very important

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that they develop their own institutions

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within which the children would be raised. Because when a child is placed in a public school, schools that are run by the government, they will come under the influences of that society and society in which the use of bad words cursing etc is probably normal.

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So,

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we should not be surprised when we put our children there that we find them using words, which we consider to be unacceptable.

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And these words represent ideas

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and they will be affected

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their concepts will be affected, if they grew up with it subsistence. So, it is essentially one of the primary responsibilities of Muslims

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to establish

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the situation in countries

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to establish

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school alternative schools for the children.

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One of the ways in which the speech of the children becomes affected negatively, is also music,

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which are produced by the music industry.

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Especially these times it contains a lot of corruption,

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ideas or corrupt words, which are harmful.

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The children listen to this music, listen to these ideas with words, this goes into their subconscious. Maybe you don't hear that repeating it directly in front of you, but it is going into the subconscious and affecting them and eventually it will come out they come out in ways which you never imagined you wonder how is the child who exists or how is he saying this at this point in time, this is the result of listening to such

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music, which the set contains for the most part is you science, concepts and words which are totally unacceptable morally corrupt, destructive.

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So,

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knowing when to be silent in a society

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and whether to speak what

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plays a major role in the healthy development of the society.

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When a person speaks,

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we should speak that which is a benefit that which is good. And in that way, The Fosters good feeling with relationships, the benefits people people are educated.

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What do you silence

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when he has nothing good to say and he's silent. He also benefits people by protecting them from his useless thoughts

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protecting them from words which may lead to rumors

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backbiting,

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deception.

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And this is why prompt,

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your head said,

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You've been a winner, he will ask you,

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for the opponent

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that never believed

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in the law the last day,

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but as Mike Kennedy

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and

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such a person who believes in the lives of athletes,

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should I speak that which is good,

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or he should be silent.

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Link

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violence

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and good speech with faith

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believes in the law of the land.

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The opposite of this

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is that a person

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whatever comes to his mind

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thinks,

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things are evil and awful. That's a person's faith in a law that our state is then questioned

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by the problems that lead

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with speech and silence with belief in a lot of the last day, he is doing so to emphasize the importance.

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Because truly, if we believe in the law, and the law has focused so much in the blind with regard to

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speaking good thing,

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he refers to the covenant that he made with the believers. And amongst the things that they were required to do was, as he said,

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that you should speak wherever you speak, so people should be good.

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And

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so many other places we find him lost my data, for everything,

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from backbiting, cursing, people, calling them by name, which are not acceptable to them, etc, nicknames etc.

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If we believe in a lie, it is prohibited these days and told us that we should do it, if our belief is true.

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Similarly,

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if we would

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speak, I believe, harmful words, etc. It is as if we are saying, We don't believe in the day of judgment that we want, they will have to stand before a law as to answer for what we have said.

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This is why he says those who believe.

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It doesn't mean actually, that if you did it, you don't believe but it does indicate that your belief is weak.

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It's weak, because if it weren't strong, if you were conscious of the damn judgment that you were affecting on a lot of customers, the adjustments, you would be careful about what you're doing.

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And the principle, which the amount pointed out,

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was that

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we should avoid a lot of talk in general.

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Because when people speak a lot when they talk a lot, it tends to lead to contradiction. You say one thing, one time, when you think about it another time your ideas start to become

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mixed up.

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Furthermore,

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what it does is it decreases

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your activity.

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You know, when people do a lot of talking,

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they

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don't

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do too much action.

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Talking becomes

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an excuse for little actions.

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There's a time for action. And there's a time for talking as far

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as Airbnb

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fell

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in love with these evil, to stop into develop and if he's unable to do so,

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Very speaks out against.

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In other words, action

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proceeds when you are in a position of authority, or you're a position in which you can act on something

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you should do so.

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Before talking, if you're just if you both talk when you should be acting, then it will lead to further corruption in the land. For example, the situation in Bosnia today

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this situation where Muslims are being massacred daily,

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every day of their life, the question is the most hideous of matters

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simply because, as there are

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many of them are virtually disbelievers in terms of their practical difference between

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but because they have been identified as they carry.

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I did because it says that their nationality is the only country in the world where the nationality that signifies is just merely because of that. There be

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Is this a time

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this is a time for action people need help. That help is

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the primary military.

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If you're not providing military, all you're sending is food then you're just packing the box with a few

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other

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things, thank you very much for the food in the middle, but we need

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military

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with the Muslim world. So talking talking to the UN only do this you know talking for two years we shouldn't know this leader that leader What a terrible situation here

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what is the what is the result

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the result is corrupt, corruption,

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corruption

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are being massacred, because

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the majority of those in our 40s with the world are just talking

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a lot of

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sounds very pretty, very nice.

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But it is an excuse for not acting.

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I thought it was because

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this is a great

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choice to minimize

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seeing a lot of action,

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we thought what it is necessary to talk

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and of course there are times

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when talk is all that you can do a talk and be of the business of value.

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Greatest martyr

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is the one who speaks

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to a tyrant, a ruler,

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this man

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speaks the truth in his presence, knowing the presence of the Kennedy the pirates ruler, will you speak the truth when you lose your head

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when he does,

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we have to know the time

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and a lot of pop also, this can lead to a

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lot of talk can lead to the person talking, you

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know, he goes around the country all over the place giving talks about people or sharing his thoughts he gets starts to get you know,

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with the

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effect or the ability that he has to affect people.

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And this can affect that person.

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very

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similarly, people get into this kind of syndrome where they want people to come and motivate them.

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So find many communities, they bring people through time and time again to come and talk to them, you know, to excite them to

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affect them.

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But as soon as the person's gone out through speech, they go back to the way they want

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to talk becomes a form of entertainment.

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Entertainment, but it doesn't produce action.

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We don't want to talk to turn into this type of

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system system.

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What it says should be

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educational value needed

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So when we invite people to come and talk, we should have a program, we should we should come out of that. So there's something practical.

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So huge amounts of money that offender conferences

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are plagued with no in America, where they will hold is huge conferences every year 1000s and 1000s of people gather and spend huge amounts of money,

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bringing in speakers from all around the world, living in big hotels, all this, all this money spent. And then people go back

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went on to point out

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from the statement that one of the early scholars,

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by the name of No, he is the one who wrote the book,

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which we load loads for the idea of knowing by even though we're

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given a statement that

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every person

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was reached a level

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of maturity and has to respond responsibility of the religion we placed on him

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or her should know

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that it is better to be

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except when

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there is benefit in one speech, when it is for the welfare, society or for families.

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And that whenever

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silent

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and speaking, are equal. Whether you said something or you didn't say something they're equal is better to be.

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That is

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that the

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basic

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principle or the basic

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positions, that a Muslim

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to the world is one of

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though, traditionally, we are described

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as

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being

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capable of speech that we have the capability, the fact that we speak what distinguishes us

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from the

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this is an ability that we have, but just speaking,

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just talking

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because you're able to talk whenever you can, whenever you're able to talking in that fashion is

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what is more likely than you are

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the best you only speak when there is benefit in speech.

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This is why I also

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warn against excessive questioning.

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The excessive questioning has destroyed the people before asking, asking asking about detailed details so much that you get away from the main idea, the

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principle that was there, what it was about now because you've got

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so

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the general recommendation of

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service

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be aware of the need to control

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a loved one occasion

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that whoever can guarantee me what's between these two draws and suffers Ron Lord?

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what is between his legs

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over can guarantee me that I will guarantee in paradise.

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Control of one sexual desire

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to control of one's speech

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will guarantee one according to the following.

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So it is essential

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when raising our children to raise them

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to appreciate silence

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Silence.

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Silence.

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famous statement before

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it is truly our perspective it is.

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Silence gives an individual an opportunity to reflect things

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that he doesn't have when he is bombarded with words, ideas.

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And this is why it's a common sickness in the Western world.

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You see, the whole system in the West is one of a lack of

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you have, what they have is the background music

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department store, there will be music played, when you get in the elevator, there will be Music, please go to the bathroom,

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all the time, music everywhere to put you in a particular mood

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to keep you from thinking and reflecting.

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And this is something

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very important for the Muslim that he does not have time to think.

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And I don't personally

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agree that the society and the Western society tend to be dependent on this factor of founders having found worth something they're always going in that way.

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And

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I became aware of the revision music,

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and I stopped

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having reference blades.

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And I would invite over top of my friends,

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to give them that will talk to them.

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They will come sit in the living room.

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Eventually, you know the music.

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Because you're used to having something going there, you know,

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that

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when we talk, when we stopped talking, there was a gap. It would work to fill the gap, trying to find something to think.

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Because this idea of people sitting in silence.

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Unusual weird.

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What happens is that it's really hard to to give the person a chance to think and to reflect.

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This is why for example, Islam right now is spreading very rapidly in the prisons,

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the prison,

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the prisons in America, they did a survey about six months ago, and they found that there are over 100,000 Muslims in prison in the United States. Not that there are Muslims who are

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in prison, some of them are but the vast majority of them are people who are being put in prison now they're living in a room which is

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four by eight, whatever the cut off from the rest of the society, long periods of silence, they have a chair. So,

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this has led

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many, many videos

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encourages

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giving the person opportunity to reflect, to think so that when it comes time to speak, that he speaks what should be said

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we try our utmost to only speak what is

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somebody talking

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a lot without a describe on the D versus

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the true believers. worshipers of the law as those who

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when people are engaged in either talk,

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they pass by them they

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give up.

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They avoid sitting with them.

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And that if you either in a gathering, believe it during the gap where people are talking, I will talk with you until they change their what they're talking about something beneficial.

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These are some of the qualities of

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so we should we are truly seeking to please a lot

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to

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protect our faith.

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

With regard to a long vibe to the Day of Judgment, that we should be very careful about what we think

00:30:10--> 00:30:11

we should speak.

00:30:12--> 00:30:16

When there is something good to say and be silent.

00:30:24--> 00:30:26

People have any questions in fact rates.

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

They may raise them not

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one of the

00:30:36--> 00:30:41

houses affection, really, sisters are where the women are examining questions and

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

collect them.

00:31:07--> 00:31:08

Any questions

00:31:35--> 00:31:36

under

00:31:40--> 00:31:41

talking bad about

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

you.

00:31:59--> 00:32:12

This is actually requested for those who didn't hear it was regard in regards to the statement by some people that we have been prohibited to back by the believers

00:32:13--> 00:32:19

speaking bad about the believers. But as to disbelievers, we can speak badly about

00:32:20--> 00:32:31

No, this is not to do that is just to be there to do that what the Jews did with regards to protection of insurance, the taking and giving of insurance

00:32:33--> 00:32:50

across the board, however, they are disturbed, if you go back to the Old Testament, you will find that they have discovered the text to read that it is prohibited for the tooth for the Jews to take interest from their fellow Jews, but to take it from the Gentiles, the non Jews okay.

00:32:52--> 00:32:55

This is this was the same kind of category

00:32:58--> 00:33:01

The taking of people

00:33:05--> 00:33:08

is something which is prohibited across the board.

00:33:09--> 00:33:16

If you get in the habit of doing so, with regards to non Muslims, you will end up doing so with regards to

00:33:20--> 00:33:22

what is evil what is harmful.

00:33:25--> 00:33:27

It is always across the board.

00:33:31--> 00:33:32

Furthermore,

00:33:34--> 00:33:38

they should we should realize, when we talk about backbiting

00:33:39--> 00:33:45

that this is in regards to saying something about a person

00:33:47--> 00:33:48

which they will not like.

00:33:50--> 00:33:52

Which is in fact true.

00:33:54--> 00:33:56

This is classified in Islamic

00:33:57--> 00:33:58

law as

00:34:01--> 00:34:06

prohibited with a lot that was equivalent to eating the flesh, you're dead.

00:34:09--> 00:34:13

Because when he is spoken of the position of Batman,

00:34:15--> 00:34:20

one of the companions that asked him what it was we are saying is true

00:34:21--> 00:34:21

about the person

00:34:24--> 00:34:25

that was Batman.

00:34:27--> 00:34:36

If what you have said is alive, then you're entered into slander and even greater sin one which in the case of

00:34:38--> 00:34:47

word involves saying that he committed adultery or fornication that you may receive the penalty of at election

00:34:51--> 00:34:55

are at national, international for pleasure.

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

So we have to be

00:35:03--> 00:35:07

Just because something that we're saying about the person is true, it doesn't mean that

00:35:09--> 00:35:11

this is something that person would not like.

00:35:12--> 00:35:23

However, certain exceptional circumstance, and he is one where that information is necessary for the protection of the rights of others.

00:35:24--> 00:35:26

For example, somebody comes to you and

00:35:29--> 00:35:33

the person wants to borrow money from you what do you

00:35:34--> 00:35:41

know, if you had an experience with that first appearance of borrowed money for goods never returned, it becomes your duty.

00:35:42--> 00:35:45

I mean, you don't have to press the person this person is

00:35:46--> 00:35:52

interrupted, you've gone overboard, you just give them the information? Well, you know, my experience is that I love this person money.

00:35:55--> 00:35:56

So to protect them from a

00:35:58--> 00:36:06

court case, for example, where the person's rights may be lost if you give information to protect that person.

00:36:09--> 00:36:13

Also, in the case of marriage, you know, at the time

00:36:14--> 00:36:22

when one of the female companions came to him, whenever they were talking with his face, she came and asked him

00:36:25--> 00:36:31

what you should do in regards to proposal of marriage which was given to her by

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

two of the

00:36:38--> 00:36:40

leading companions of the Prophet.

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

The Prophet

00:36:43--> 00:36:44

said to her,

00:36:45--> 00:36:46

as for

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

his sins,

00:36:53--> 00:36:55

I mean, only to save for the stingy there.

00:37:02--> 00:37:07

Because this is a Jewish analysis of America, but you should know what you're getting his way in.

00:37:11--> 00:37:14

And, as Robin, he thinks

00:37:16--> 00:37:18

he's in the habit of beating

00:37:22--> 00:37:24

with the bandwidth, he knows you're going to get it

00:37:25--> 00:37:28

set by advise us to be better for you to bury,

00:37:31--> 00:37:36

the son of a former slave with the United prison and America,

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

the National Guard believer,

00:37:40--> 00:37:47

she was from the upper class of the Parisian society, when he considered degrading to marry

00:37:48--> 00:37:53

a foreign place, she went to the tribe and married.

00:37:56--> 00:38:01

So, here we are seeking things about these profiles, which nobody

00:38:02--> 00:38:03

will consider the backfire.

00:38:05--> 00:38:08

But in the better sense of marriage is very essential, such information

00:38:09--> 00:38:14

to protect the woman who will be entering a relationship

00:38:31--> 00:38:34

concerning the prohibition, of insurance,

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

music,

00:38:41--> 00:38:44

music is coalition

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

can be found in

00:38:50--> 00:38:51

other collections

00:38:52--> 00:39:02

is a book which has been written by one brother who without candidate of the indices in English, to me that's called the Slavic ruling of music,

00:39:03--> 00:39:08

in which the evidence has been brought together showing that

00:39:09--> 00:39:11

the listening for a Muslim

00:39:12--> 00:39:14

to be involved in either producing or listening to music.

00:39:16--> 00:39:20

And that is the music that we know commonly in the society which is produced

00:39:21--> 00:39:27

by wind and stringed instruments. This music is

00:39:31--> 00:39:32

for many of you,

00:39:33--> 00:39:40

who have recently come into this lab, this might be quite a blow up something very heavy, because you've grown up

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

with music.

00:39:43--> 00:39:54

And I know for myself, having grown up in that same kind of situation, also having been a musician. That is something that you can become very attached to.

00:39:55--> 00:39:58

Breaking yourself away from it is no easy task.

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

So while I'm telling you this, and this is because the brother raised this, and it becomes the responsibility in my part to tell you

00:40:10--> 00:40:11

at the same time,

00:40:13--> 00:40:28

it is not something that normally indicates that when we're giving and spreading Islam that we talked about this family thing, more important that the person know about the law. And psychiatrists understand these things and applied,

00:40:29--> 00:40:31

because the truth of the matter, then going to be

00:40:33--> 00:40:35

the first thing you need to do to turn off that radio

00:40:38--> 00:40:39

that people

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

need to hear anything else.

00:40:44--> 00:41:05

To say, it was something that we come to a different stage, we tried to lay the foundation, right, make the foundations encouraging them to read the ground regularly, these type of things, this will have to give them the kind of strength, which would make them able now to give up these this attachment to freedom from the slavery of music

00:41:07--> 00:41:07

today,

00:41:08--> 00:41:09

so

00:41:10--> 00:41:14

I'm just saying that, you know, that is something which you will have to deal with

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

stems around different levels.

00:41:19--> 00:41:20

The fact that you're listening to music,

00:41:22--> 00:41:23

and imagining

00:41:24--> 00:41:25

many of you are,

00:41:26--> 00:41:28

that happened to me that

00:41:31--> 00:41:31

it's difficult.

00:41:33--> 00:41:39

However, different levels, they are made using one of the two carriers to help

00:41:40--> 00:41:45

you definitely want to cause you to be punished for a period of time a lot of different levels.

00:41:47--> 00:41:52

Music is on the lower level, meaning that the lesser

00:41:53--> 00:41:55

right, but it still exists,

00:41:56--> 00:42:02

and isn't something that you should keep in mind that eventually you have to deal with try to work towards graduating,

00:42:04--> 00:42:08

but very important to develop the alternatives.

00:42:10--> 00:42:16

And among the most important of the alternatives, is the reputation of the bar, which should be recycled

00:42:17--> 00:42:21

in a somewhat musical fashion,

00:42:22--> 00:42:24

that said, Whoever does not

00:42:25--> 00:42:26

sing the grass,

00:42:27--> 00:42:28

in a melodious fashion,

00:42:33--> 00:42:38

there is a certain amount because it is a part of our nature to be attracted to music.

00:42:41--> 00:42:50

Allah has given us a sort of what we could call divinely inspired you to be attracted to. So we tried to

00:42:51--> 00:42:58

learn, besides this glorious passion to distance, the reputation and benefits and fill our hearts.

00:42:59--> 00:43:00

And in doing so,

00:43:02--> 00:43:09

more and more our dependency on that other form of music, which, in fact, is exotic

00:43:10--> 00:43:12

it is without a doubt.

00:43:14--> 00:43:24

This is why when you look into the lives of the musicians, etc, to see they're involved in all kinds of functions. Though they have become, you know, the greatest, they're

00:43:25--> 00:43:31

everything. You look at the type of lives that they live, they, you know, they're very

00:43:32--> 00:43:36

self destructive, they get involved in drugs, they commits suicide,

00:43:39--> 00:43:49

definitely bring harmony to the individual society, you know that because diversity in music, and this is why also

00:43:50--> 00:43:52

when the combos

00:43:54--> 00:43:55

in the summer,

00:43:58--> 00:43:59

before we meet

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

the opening chapter,

00:44:03--> 00:44:04

we are talking about

00:44:06--> 00:44:07

how

00:44:10--> 00:44:20

he, whenever he, whenever he better than seek refuge in the law, the law from Satan curses from his body,

00:44:23--> 00:44:24

his pride

00:44:25--> 00:44:26

in his poetry,

00:44:27--> 00:44:29

the poetry of Satan today.

00:44:36--> 00:44:37

So, it is something we should reflect

00:44:38--> 00:44:39

in our philosophy.

00:44:40--> 00:44:41

As we say,

00:44:48--> 00:44:59

you should reflect on the wisdom the ideas and try to protect ourselves from synthetic poetry which is coming to us in the form of today's

00:45:19--> 00:45:21

question concerning insurance

00:45:24--> 00:45:27

the issue of insurance was not addressed

00:45:28--> 00:45:29

directly

00:45:30--> 00:45:31

as the system proceeds

00:45:33--> 00:45:37

from the static text because insurance as we know today was the

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

time

00:45:40--> 00:45:46

we look into the system of insurance we see a principle of interest

00:45:47--> 00:45:48

happening

00:45:49--> 00:45:52

where the person is interested

00:45:54--> 00:45:55

and will receive

00:45:57--> 00:45:59

the certain circumstances huge amounts

00:46:03--> 00:46:06

of your dollars he received $100,000

00:46:10--> 00:46:13

under certain circumstances huge

00:46:15--> 00:46:16

he booked in

00:46:17--> 00:46:20

Dallas he received $100,000

00:46:22--> 00:46:24

this becomes a form of insurance

00:46:26--> 00:46:32

and it also when you look into the system insurance has to become a form of gambling

00:46:33--> 00:46:47

because what you're doing is you're betting the insurance company that you will get hurt or you will die before they get out of you the money they will have to pay you as a singer

00:46:56--> 00:46:58

the idea of replacement

00:46:59--> 00:47:01

in the case of

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

this

00:47:06--> 00:47:10

particular company in other words, they're guaranteed for you safe arrival of new goods

00:47:12--> 00:47:13

may be accepted

00:47:14--> 00:47:16

in this particular form

00:47:18--> 00:47:18

because

00:47:20--> 00:47:23

this is the value of your goods this will be replaced

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

okay

00:47:27--> 00:47:27

what is

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

life insurance

00:47:31--> 00:47:41

this kind of insurance is when you are paid back huge amounts of money whichever is the money that you put in this is where the issues of

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

gambling

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

and I would just say that

00:47:48--> 00:47:50

when it may be necessary for gambling

00:47:53--> 00:47:57

and according to the law, you're not allowed to

00:47:58--> 00:48:02

run it unless your building has been insured

00:48:03--> 00:48:05

for against fire, fire insurance

00:48:07--> 00:48:08

This is a requirement

00:48:10--> 00:48:13

even if a department and the community

00:48:15--> 00:48:16

So, in such a circumstance

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

because you are living

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

under

00:48:22--> 00:48:23

you will never be allowed

00:48:24--> 00:48:34

to pay that which you are required because of that need or that greater need for that particular institution.

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

So, where are

00:48:41--> 00:48:44

they you what is absolutely

00:48:46--> 00:48:49

okay, this way the 100 pound circle says you can just deal with the bag

00:48:53--> 00:49:06

open kind of approach No, but in circumstances where there is dire necessity of the school, there is a need for transportation to carry pick up the children to get them

00:49:08--> 00:49:18

out to the insured vehicle vehicle has to be insured quite to dissolve and safer as a customer whatever circumstances you do, what you have

00:49:20--> 00:49:22

to in order to

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

ensure

00:49:25--> 00:49:33

the establishment of a system which the community needs for it to protect itself.

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

Hello

00:50:03--> 00:50:05

Ultimately, the law will protect them.

00:50:08--> 00:50:14

Whether they have that money, or they don't have the money is no guarantee that they will receive what

00:50:16--> 00:50:19

you may die and maybe keep the money and they

00:50:22--> 00:50:23

will guarantee

00:50:24--> 00:50:25

and

00:50:26--> 00:50:28

that system of insurance is prohibited.

00:50:30--> 00:50:31

We

00:50:32--> 00:50:33

do not get involved in it.

00:50:35--> 00:50:35

But

00:50:36--> 00:50:38

at the same time we seek alternatives.

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

The

00:50:42--> 00:50:44

issue will live on his own,

00:50:45--> 00:50:49

when he is not a part of a real community,

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

where is the part of your community that he knows that if he dies, the community will.

00:50:57--> 00:51:01

But if you don't know, the Holy Ghost promises to make, it's a lie.

00:51:02--> 00:51:04

That is all that he has to do.

00:51:10--> 00:51:11

Because he is the family

00:51:16--> 00:51:43

employees that they cannot live that kind of life, they become obliged to come together to establish community, or to make interest to other places where they can live with a solution. So that they will be protected, the rights of themselves, the wives and children etc, will be protected, they will be maintained, they will be a part of the maintenance of others. This is what drives them at least to the alternative.

00:51:49--> 00:51:50

What do you do you work

00:51:52--> 00:51:56

and if you find yourself in a situation where you're the only one talking about

00:51:58--> 00:52:01

and moving together the community and it's

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

time

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

to get out

00:52:08--> 00:52:10

our thinking and discussion, I tried to do something in

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

the future up

00:52:15--> 00:52:16

until the day

00:52:30--> 00:52:33

the insurance, the

00:52:36--> 00:52:37

the system

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

here in our organization. Sure.

00:52:43--> 00:52:43

This

00:52:45--> 00:52:46

follows

00:52:48--> 00:52:53

a principle that you'll put in money as you die, they give you a huge amount of money just

00:52:56--> 00:53:09

that money is what you put in, when people put in money. This money is invested in various economic projects, which increase the value of your money.

00:53:10--> 00:53:15

And so you may receive certain benefits. At the time that you stopped,

00:53:16--> 00:53:20

which were greater than the amount that you put in, it was far down that

00:53:23--> 00:53:26

person was more familiar with the economic factors involved.

00:53:29--> 00:53:32

And also, if a person if

00:53:33--> 00:53:37

at any point in time, what everybody has to do is returning

00:53:38--> 00:53:40

when you deal with an insurance policy,

00:53:41--> 00:53:44

Western version of the insurance, that anytime you stop paying

00:53:47--> 00:53:56

you, you pay. And furthermore, if anything happens to you the next day, during the day of your health eligible to

00:53:58--> 00:54:01

join it is considerably different.

00:54:25--> 00:54:28

But I think what you're trying to convey really is your peace of mind.

00:54:35--> 00:54:36

Regardless

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

of anything can happen by

00:54:44--> 00:54:45

family.

00:54:47--> 00:54:50

First and foremost, peace of mind. Really.

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

So you can't buy it.

00:54:56--> 00:54:57

You can't feel it.

00:54:58--> 00:54:59

You have to get it

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

If

00:55:13--> 00:55:13

you can't get it

00:55:15--> 00:55:16

so that

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

you get it, you couldn't hear it, what are relevant things and

00:55:22--> 00:55:36

in fact, when a person is buying what he buys into insurance, life insurance etc, in trying to buy peace of mind, he is buying something which will show him that he will be okay after he goes. But in fact,

00:55:37--> 00:55:38

when it was the

00:55:40--> 00:55:42

vehicle itself to alarm itself,

00:55:43--> 00:55:53

this is where the peace of mind comes from their trust in Iraq, having done whatever they could, they believe that the law will look after those

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

people

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

seek peace of mind through feeling or begging for any root which is a private

00:56:11--> 00:56:12

peace of mind

00:56:13--> 00:56:15

by looking at

00:56:16--> 00:56:20

the focus of a lost profit, and he is the one who provides

00:56:38--> 00:56:42

the issue of health insurance whether the vaccine is when a person goes

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

back to the states

00:56:45--> 00:56:49

should he take a vacation wherever they go to health insurance.

00:56:51--> 00:56:53

This is the situation where

00:56:54--> 00:56:57

your person to avail themselves of medical health

00:56:58--> 00:56:59

in the society, the

00:57:01--> 00:57:04

medical health should really be something provided by the

00:57:05--> 00:57:09

people paid back to the settlement. This is something that should be a part of

00:57:11--> 00:57:17

whether to give back to the individual. And if he is in need of medical care, etc, he cannot afford it.

00:57:18--> 00:57:23

The society will provide the possibility to provide it for everybody.

00:57:25--> 00:57:33

So if he's a situation where if he were to get sick or hurt in any way, he does not have the economic means to to live up to

00:57:35--> 00:57:42

the society that he has to pay money, which would then enable himself to get medical help.

00:57:43--> 00:57:49

First of all, needs personal directories. I would imagine that this would be accepted.

00:59:21--> 00:59:21

The second

00:59:23--> 00:59:24

appreciation

00:59:39--> 00:59:40

the second one, I really

00:59:43--> 00:59:44

appreciate somebody

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

Today somebody you know, of course,

01:00:06--> 01:00:10

because he talks about a person phrases and praising them all the time,

01:00:11--> 01:00:16

particularly in front of them, this is something which is limited.

01:00:18--> 01:00:24

But if somebody does something, which is good, do you appreciate it? Have you said you officiated.

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

And that's

01:00:28--> 01:00:29

being done.

01:00:30--> 01:00:31

This will not be considered.

01:00:35--> 01:00:36

In the healthcare

01:00:37--> 01:00:41

person may speak of a particular government.

01:00:42--> 01:00:52

There may be individuals as a leader or other people within the government who are, in fact good people with good intentions. But the government is the corrupt government.

01:00:53--> 01:00:58

If you speak about that government, from the point of view of informing people of the evil and harm,

01:00:59--> 01:01:04

the fact that there was some good people within it, it doesn't mean that there be practices.

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

Because

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

not

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

the video

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

is to speak about the system, which is harmful.

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

For him to the address in that design, yes. That's how it's done.

01:01:35--> 01:01:44

And then he takes that responsibility, though he may be okay if people are doing or not, you know, the fact that he's the leader, he is accepting that responsibility.

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

So it wouldn't be sensitive.

01:01:59--> 01:02:00

Okay.

01:02:02--> 01:02:04

I just like to point out that

01:02:06--> 01:02:11

there has been a change in the venue today. The people from

01:02:13--> 01:02:14

have informed us that

01:02:18--> 01:02:19

they will be available

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

directly or

01:02:24--> 01:02:27

indirectly. So I don't know whether this is

01:02:29--> 01:02:30

an ongoing situation.

01:02:31--> 01:02:36

Just for this week, Michelle, I will find out and

01:02:37--> 01:02:39

hopefully, you'll be informed next week.

01:02:44--> 01:02:47

I would like to say that I hope you are coming back

01:02:53--> 01:02:57

for the benefits that we hope to hear in the presentation and discussion.

01:03:24--> 01:03:25

I think the first question

01:03:45--> 01:03:46

Good afternoon.

01:04:49--> 01:04:49

Okay, I

01:04:55--> 01:04:55

went

01:04:59--> 01:04:59

and read this

01:05:02--> 01:05:03

Are you?

01:05:21--> 01:05:21

Ready you

01:05:37--> 01:05:40

Okay, we have a say with regard to deficit,

01:05:42--> 01:05:43

you brought the example of how

01:05:45--> 01:05:46

we all have the example of

01:05:49--> 01:05:54

according to the plan, we take guidance from.

01:05:56--> 01:05:56

All right, so

01:05:58--> 01:05:59

righteous, callous.

01:06:01--> 01:06:02

And this is understood by the

01:06:04--> 01:06:04

two of

01:06:08--> 01:06:09

us including

01:06:11--> 01:06:12

now

01:06:14--> 01:06:26

was that a one cage occasion when we were talking to people in the market, a man stood up and tested him on the price he was wearing,

01:06:27--> 01:06:28

digitizes

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the booty, which has come back from a particular battle with a form of club, and one single piece of cloth to everybody. And

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he criticized him, for what everybody else

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explain to you that, in fact, I only received one, because I'm a big person, my son was a disease gave it to me.

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And he further another occasion,

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when he made a statement concerning

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the dollar, which was to be given to

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the

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allies.

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And what we found from that was a punishment of the people to speak up, they have a good listener,

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because he felt he was telling

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me that you should speak up.

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If you don't like

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the idea of criticism,

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criticizing a leader is something which is strongly opposed to the person.

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If people don't feel free to criticize the leadership, then there was a tendency for that leadership to because you know,

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the leadership in Islam is based on a fight

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criticism

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that we keep

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is delayed, which is explained.

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Now, we can say yes, you know, how do you say something somebody not even talking about

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a person may be doing something wrong.

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For example,

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you know, he is

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making a lot

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out of the way,

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you know, we should be making an offer on

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this kind of approach,

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then what you're telling me, but the way in which you are

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reacting to what you're saying, and how you're thinking, rather than the content itself, of what you are.

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So, truly, we are trying to give advice and give criticism in a fashion which is acceptable and moderate.

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So, that the people who are trying to advise or criticize will listen to

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the other principle, which you mentioned, the purpose of the capital,

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which is, which could be suddenly compared to insurance. This is

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a big

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Topic itself, I guess, we should also just to make people aware that there is a system

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whereby the community can gather food as well. But for the benefit of the needy, for those people who may come under

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certain circumstances, etc. And this wasn't suited, independent, you know, he had fought for what is called yield, people had different traits, they were all

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those in the piano with form, I can give a group, and they would pull certain amounts of their money, which was in the time of need if somebody died, or whatever this money would be used to help their family.

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So this principle of pooling money by individuals, for the half of those people with

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capital, it will appear, in a sense, similar insurance where money has

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come back in the time of loss of life or limb or whatever. However, when you look at the actual mechanisms involved, the target system is totally different.

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I mean, it's not a business concern on the part of individuals who have that

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relationship, relationship with those people involved. This is something where people will ask the group

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for the help of the needy within the group, which is an extension of the principle of the beta now, where we take a look at this goes back to help

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the community

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extensive questions, or others as to whether this is something generally prohibited in Islam, effective stresses concerning is not only

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limited to the

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we're in the process element for business.

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We added a warning that, you know,

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by this excessive process, it could be a lot of things which need nothing,

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because they couldn't process. But at the same time, it was a warning, it was a general warning, because he spoke of the people before being destroyed by it. And what it means when we're talking about this is the questioning which leads to here 50

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years is a religion, you know, you have for example,

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within Christianity, where scholars will argue about how many angels would fit on the head and within

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this kind of questioning.

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It is not

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the

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danger, also

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the basic questions which people should know about the religion, but now, when you go to access, you can lead into to a certain amount of rigidity. When you look at the history of the evolution of schools of Islamic thought, what you find that that to some degree, some of the rigidity, that is where people started to take fanatical position with regard to certain

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schools of thought, legal schools of thought he was the result of the excessive questioning which took place where people are asked to get all kinds of issues to receive everything that could be thought of as possible. So when people reach that point, the donkey was finished. There's a

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lot of questions to ask or whatever, there is to be asked is already been asked to just follow these things.

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Also your ad in the course of the

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scholarly debate,

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where what will happen is that the same way you would have other people phrase entertainment,

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sports, you know, you'd have, you know, singers or musicians or astrologers or

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whatever doing things to educate the court. He also brought in they brought in

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galactically

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scholar from one school of thought shopping.

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Throughout the question, these scholars

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tried to find the answer.

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Correct, the one who missed the correct or the affiliate, which everybody accepted

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the price

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of that time was a desire to win

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the prize for the sake of the podcast,

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you find that the person is clearly in the wrong ideas or

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even the audience philosophically

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kind of it just to try to get out to the side

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successive events, etc, people got away from

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the seeking of the truth

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of the game.

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So to determine that, because

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the people were imitating other people, people were fighting over.

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So we can find that from excessive

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because he wants to show to the other people around

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you.

01:16:15--> 01:16:17

But even get up earlier to make a

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show to everybody else to hear that he is.

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This is not what we talked about.

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But like there's something about the basic appearance of the religion to ask about perfectly

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seeking knowledge

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is

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depressing, but it's without extensive personal knowledge not from a point of seeking knowledge, but from a point of pride or just for the sake of argumentation

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which is dangerous.

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You have something you would like to think about, is it concerning the

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okay.

01:17:34--> 01:17:38

In the comments concerning you know, the basic day to day

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details.

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Okay.

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So people who have not asked a question, so it can allow a brother a chance to express

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Okay, before we go too much into that direction, or whether

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you have something particular

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brothers just pointing out about the bacteria the

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inside of the

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tissues above it,

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actually,

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in my view,

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is a part of

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it is something which doesn't need to be said.

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Why? Because what displays to the place.

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And most people will put their hands inside here.

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When people have issues. I mean, these are the people I would prefer to talk with.

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Furthermore, when people put issues on the top, they're putting issues on the top with the intention that we are going to degrade the quality.

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So with that intention, that being there, that this issue is not arbitrary.

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It is something that some people get very worked up about.

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The crime has to be a priority.

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This is something which

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we respect you for it.

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By reading for the dad in the wisdom of law and applying what alive

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okay

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today

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during our

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purpose or the

01:21:02--> 01:21:04

aggressiveness of our

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puppies, a good thing

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indicates indications of good personality a person

01:21:19--> 01:21:20

this is an indication

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from a person

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that this person

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indication that this person will have a bad thing. So, that's why

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we're

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looking at this because that is the case

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about our friends

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we believe that Allah Allah

01:22:08--> 01:22:08

for

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each ship they are working from before

01:22:26--> 01:22:27

they are watching

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what he is saying what he is doing and they are working

01:22:48--> 01:22:49

the ship

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the second ship

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thing that

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the best thing that

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you will see everything you have this

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

watch

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this

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what are the numbers that are

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the

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same

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So, we need to be careful.

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Keep these things

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up in our

01:24:27--> 01:24:27

Book

01:24:47--> 01:24:47

from Allah

01:24:59--> 01:24:59

Hey

01:25:02--> 01:25:03

Today

01:25:09--> 01:25:10

we are

01:25:30--> 01:25:31

problem

01:25:43--> 01:25:43

okay

01:25:46--> 01:25:47

is important

01:25:53--> 01:25:54

okay good

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in

01:26:43--> 01:26:44

case of

01:26:48--> 01:26:49

third party funding

01:26:58--> 01:26:59

so

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good to see you

01:27:07--> 01:27:10

next week. I just like to mention that

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I was way

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back in America, Canada

01:27:21--> 01:27:21

Sharma

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and Thanks, brother

01:27:34--> 01:27:38

whoever else participated with him in the translation

01:27:40--> 01:27:40

meeting

01:27:46--> 01:27:51

ask you all again to reflect on the thoughts of

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one

01:27:56--> 01:27:57

another

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in the course of the silence, we should reflect on a lot

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of good things during the fight.

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To try our

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best to be the whatever we say is

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keeping in mind

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whatever we did, whatever we did