30 in 30 – Ramadan 2022-1443 – Day 25

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County, my brothers, my sisters Senate writing from what I happen to want equal by Katherine.

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So I'm going to ask if the children if the children in the gym area can keep it down a little bit, I don't want to be competing with you using microphone chulmleigh Because that can allow failure. Also, if any of the sisters want to come through, feel free to do so even come through to the main hall in the back. Or you could participate by using the screen in front of you. chama today is the 25th day of the month of Ramadan.

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We'll be going through the 25th Jos in sha Allah, which comprises of the ending of sophistry that as well as similar to show

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and then sort of result of we'll take an example from and sort of do fun, and similar to jatiya. And as we get closer to the ending of the Quran, we notice that the length of the sutras is much smaller. And you'll see tonight insha Allah to Allah tonight we're going to be reciting from the 29th and 30th. Just

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so you'll see how we go through so as much quickly or quicker in sha Allah. And then tomorrow, we'll do just about half of Joe's entire week. But our class will continue. So tomorrow we're going to be looking at the 26 judges, and then the following day, 27th and 28th. And then the 29th will probably combine.

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We'll see we'll most likely do the 29th and then the 30th separately as well in Sharma, but the 30 is I like to always keep shorter.

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Actually, if we can try to finish on the 29th day,

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just in case that won't be seen. Right. So try to finish up on the 29th today in Charlevoix, so the 29th will be the 29th and the 30th just chug along.

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So jumping right into our 25th TJ's will go to school not to show up. So we'll have to show our verse number 1617 and 18. Allah subhana wa Tada warns us not to dispute over Islam, Allah says, As for those who dispute about Allah after he has already acknowledged after he is already acknowledged by many, their argument is futile in the sight of your Lord upon them and his wrath and they will suffer a severe punishment. Now remember, this is Soma Assura. What is Shura?

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What does it mean?

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No, that's Sure.

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This is Shura Council. Very good counsel. Right, making sure our martial law right we say martial law. So making sure right, having that counsel discussing, asking, giving input, and then a decision is made. So we'll also kind of Montana says, As for those who dispute about a law after he is already acknowledged by many their arguments is futile in the sight of the Lord upon them His wrath, and they will suffer a severe punishment. It is Allah who has revealed the book with the truth and the balance of justice. You never know perhaps the hour is near. And in verse number 18, those who disbelieve in it, ask it ask to hasten or to bring the punishment quick. And they do this in a

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mocking sort of weight or fashion. But the believers are fearful of its knowing that the truth, knowing that it is the truth. Surely those who dispute about the hour have gone far astray. Similar to sha Allah is telling us don't dispute once amongst ourselves. And he warns us about this, especially when we have disputes within Islam. So Allah is saying after Allah has already been acknowledged, why are we disputed?

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Why are we arguing amongst ourselves?

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If Allah revealed the Quran and real revealed the Sunnah of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam through his life and his, you know, teachings and sayings and so on and so forth. How come there's disputes amongst us? The issue is that we are not following the deen of Allah subhanaw taala. Because if we weren't, we shouldn't see these disputes.

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You shouldn't be there. Now, of course, there's going to be disagreements like in life. There's disagreements, like, Should we make two pots of tea? Or should we make three pots of tea? Like, this might be a disagreement house? That's like a discussion that happens and respectfully because our Dean teaches us how to go about respectfully communicating with one another, we reason and then if a decision was made, especially in a shoe home, for example, it's a month of Ramadan.

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And, you know, a decision might be made? How many people do we need to have for each bar? Right? How are how many meals? Are we going to serve based on the amount of people that we might have for each bar? And so a decision is made 250 meals, for example. And someone says no, but

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the input that was given was, there's going to be 200 people, maybe we should get 300. Because we don't know or we already have 300 registrations, but they say no, just 250 meals because 50 People usually don't come anyways. Right. So once the council is made, and the decision is made, Abdullah we leave it to a mosque.

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What's really sad is that we see these these types of disputes happening within our deen about the deen. That's like, even worse. So we see happening within our deen amongst us as Muslims, about the dean of a loss of habitat.

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So think of anything like When citing what we call Moon fighting, right? Star Wars, Moon wars, right? We see this happening in the beginning and the end of pretty much every aesthetic calendar, where there's dispute, there's argument, there's there's, there's discussion that takes place is healthy, discussion is healthy. But as a member, we discuss, and that decision is made, and we stick to it. If the decision is wrong Islamically the responsibility falls on those who made the decision.

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Okay, that responsibility falls on the shoulders of the ones who made the decision. So for example, at a thought, there's food that served, and someone brings something in, that's a granola bar or something, write a product. And that was taken and the people who received it, who were responsible over the thought received it looked at it's okay, everything's fine, and they served it.

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And then as people are sitting eating, someone looks at it and says, Hey, these have something in a product that's not highlighted for us, these are not bad. Now, someone else says that I already ate the whole thing.

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I already ate it. It's envy. What am I supposed to do going from it? No, it's in me. Right? And so the responsibility falls on the shoulders of the ones who made the decision to serve that in the first place.

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Something has given a Muslim serves into another Muslim, the Muslim looks at and says how the law is, you know, Muslim is wise enough to decide and to figure out what's right and what's wrong. And to give me something that's permissible decision was made serve it, it served costs now that it's even think, hey, wait a second, there was an issue with this product, okay. Everyone else withdraws it, the person who ate it, no worries, no worries, you didn't know.

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The responsibility falls on those circuits. That's just an example.

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That just popped into my mind with regards to short out and making counsel.

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But like on the same. Now we see in our time, what's happening even more, is that disputes are happening within the DNA. So things that are clear within our DNA, we find that sometimes decisions are being made to go against that.

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And yes, I'm treading a very thin fine line right now, because I am working in this masjid. And I do sometimes disagree with decisions that are made. But the decision is a decision made based on Sure.

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Problem is when decisions are made with shorba.

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But those making the decisions or making the decisions either without proper Islamic counsel,

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or are not in a position to be making that decision. And the decision should be made by those who have that established education and knowledge.

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That's a problem that we see in many masajid. And many Islamic organizations since last night, quite a few people sent me or forwarded me a video by a chef, and had that in the UK, about Zika. And how Zika is supposed to be given only in monetary form. Right? And then any projects that claim they could take years to kind of use it is false. So that spread last night has been spreading. Lots of people have been messaging me that I don't know if you received it, you probably end up receiving it somewhere on a group. Right and what's happened? Yes, the default with Zika is that is it guys? How can they do it from our wealth and we get the wealth and we get the wealth to the poor, the needy,

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the traveler, those that are you know, in debt and so on. The ones who are eligible to receive it the age categories, we give it to them as well.

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Now the organization say, or people say, I shouldn't say organizations, people say, what if we give them money and they use it on something else? That's not your responsibility. It's not your responsibility.

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How did I even start talking about this? Now, we're talking about sure, when we get into this, when a decision is made about something, so we find sometimes that decisions are made, without seeking proper Islamic advice from people who have Islamic knowledge.

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And just because someone might be a member of a board, or put in a position of authority, whether it's of a masjid or in a southern organization, or an aesthetic learning institution, like a school, high school, you know, online institution, etc. The decisions that are made based on Islamic principles should be made by people who are qualified to make those decisions.

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Or they have a body of Islamic scholars that are going to advise them and make the decision for them or tell them this is the best decision for you. And then they say, okay, that's our decision. Right? So we have to be very careful and conscious of this within every deed. And it's, it's problematic, it is problematic, we see little things here and there in pretty much every masjid, you know, decisions being made. And you wonder to yourself, why is this being made? Why is this this way? Why is it that way?

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And at times, it's because those who are making the slab the decisions about something that's Islamic, don't have the background knowledge of the deen in order to be making that decision.

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Now, community members asked,

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why are we doing them? Whatever it might be, why is that being done? While the responsibility falls on the shoulders of those who made that decision? But if you have enough knowledge of the deen to know that something is right or wrong, then you should do what's right. Regardless of someone or a group doing something that's wrong,

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except in the case that there is some leeway or some some space for for it to be flexible, right that there is a space for compromise within the deep because we do see sometimes there's space for compromise within it.

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So if there is that space for compromise, then avoid creating a fitna.

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Avoid creating a fitna.

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here's an example.

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What time does that come in? What time does it enter?

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Yesterday was 943 I think today, probably nine. I can't check on my phone because I'm using it.

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944 today

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944. One time we'll be praying a shot tonight.

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For you

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know, today's 949 starts at 945 Tomorrow.

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On the app, it says network. Okay, but according to that Oberon calendar, which I just checked right after as well. It's still 945 tomorrow. Okay. So even if we change it to 945 today or tomorrow from tomorrow

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To see doesn't make sense it is 945. But it's almost 940.

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So now this is a problem.

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So my, my understanding is the timing is wrong all together. As for it's not that your time starts when the redness on the sky goes away. So having it 940 or 930 doesn't mean as long as it's dark redness is gone, it's time to get into that

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jump to the conclusion.

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So, the timing yesterday was 943. Before that was 942 and community members are messaging and I don't even meet personally I prefer let's just delay a bit of it. Delay 10 minutes, what's the problem? There's no harm. You know, we've been staying weekly during the entire month of Ramadan who's no problem if we delay another 10 minutes, you know, getting home sudden issue will be will survive will be okay, a lot better sleep, right.

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But when we see this happening, and we're like wait a second, the time comes in earlier on my sorry, the timing that we're praying is earlier than the time that it enters on my app or on the calendar, anything of that sort. Then we become a little bit confused. And immediately we're like okay, the time isn't dead. What do we do? So I know

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have that here in Milton, we've had this issue for years,

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especially in Ramadan. I remember four or five years ago groups of brothers standing outside waiting until the time for Asia enters. And the Torah we had already started and the wait until a shell time address then they'll come into the masjid and pray a shot in the back.

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And what they were doing that was another issues they're praying another congregation to jump back is happening in the same Masjid at once is not allowed in our deen. So if you are going to do that you join late if there's a congregation ongoing, you join that congregation even if your intention is for a shot, you pray you're in a shot everyone else is bringing their again,

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that's not the thing that we're talking about. We're talking about is that so much confusion is created that people don't know what to do. So they start to do their own thing, what they think is right.

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Yes, I personally prefer this Wait, wait until the time of inertia actually enters called dnn. And immediately afterwards called Data provenance start if you want to do that, like 944. Today 944 Call the event. As soon as the event is done once and stuff spec calls, the opponent doesn't start from prayer. It makes it easier for everyone and everyone is at ease. Why? Because we avoided a fitna, we avoided creating a fitna where people are, you know, we have one camp outside one camp inside and the people inside prayer. They're like whatever the Imam is doing is his responsibility. If he wants to leave great, and then the camp outside is going no, we refuse recovering rebellious, we're going

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to do our agenda. Right? We can't have that.

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We need to figure things out. Now the decision was made to go ahead and continue, as is written on the calendar. Okay. kundala, whose responsibility is everyone else's?

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Whoever made the decision, right, whoever made the decision. Now, with regards to ensure timing, certain prayers start and finish at certain times. Right? Every prayer has its own time that it begins in its own time, then finishes. And as our brother was mentioning, what is the indication that Asia has begun, the time for Asia has entered?

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How do we know

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without looking at a calendar or clock?

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Because at the time of the Sahaba of the Obama admin, they didn't use to look at a clock and a calendar. Some days, they pray 10 minutes earlier than the previous day, 15 minutes later, and then the previous day, so it wasn't always a fixed time.

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So what does that teach us? There could be space for playing.

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It might be this time, it might be a little bit later could be a little bit earlier. Okay. Not such a big deal.

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For most women, as soon as the sun is completely down below the horizon, monthly ventures like there's no, there's no room for play in that we see it, we see it. But if it's a cloudy day, then marketing might be delayed as well. So we can't see the sun. There's too much fog, too much pollution. We can't see it. So let's just wait a little bit longer. Okay, now it seems like it's the right time. So even in material, there's room for some play.

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For a show, I asked you this question. How do you know when extra time enters? Esha is when the colors of the sky are gone and the sky is black.

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There's no white, there's no glue, there's no purple, there's no orange was no red, there's no yellow, there's nothing. It's black. And you see the stars.

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The sky is black. And you see the stars Asia has entered.

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In Canada, that is different from city to city, province to province, because of our altitude, right, because of our longitude, where we are, we are such a huge country, it varies from place to place where we are on the map.

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And the more north you go, the more problematic it becomes. But if we were to just take where we are in Canada, here, Milton,

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it also varies based on the time of year. So now we're not just looking at where we are, but the time of year in the winter. Right, the sun disappears very quickly. So the time between mobile inertia can actually get much shorter. And in the summer, it takes much longer. So the time between moment of inertia is a much longer.

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So there's a lot of things to look at. And the average Muslim, what do we do? We just look at our applications or edit calendar and say that's the time.

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Is that the actual time? Yes.

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People have gone and checked and so on. However, now many of the calendars have like calculations that have been added to them, right. And so there's like a little bit of things here and there that we have to keep in mind and consider. However, there's also

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light pollution, right cities have light pollution. So it makes it harder to see the sky makes it harder to see what's going on. So all of these factors need to be taken into consideration. Which is why for things like that, where it's just 234, or five minutes

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if the decision was made, and the email step, something needs

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don't create a fitna the responsibility is on the shoulders of the email, the email has the responsibility of making sure that the saga is starting in its time.

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The man has the responsibility to say everything in the prayer for the people standing behind them as well.

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It is a huge responsibility to be in email. And so if the Imam is okay and comfortable taking that responsibility and and tell us the will of the oven should never call the then or that a problem before the Imam it gives them the word to

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the Imam gives the word to the malevolent call that at the end, they call it gives a word called a poem. And they call this cos that even though oven is doing what the man is asking, and instructing the responsibilities on the person making that decision, yes.

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Good, so if you go north of us, some places the sunsets once in six months, and then it stays down either below the horizon or just at the horizon and then comes up six months later, right? Sometimes it goes really, completely pitch black, you follow the closest normal city to that location.

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So let's just say in northern Canada, in Alberta, they would follow Edmonton, for example, that's the closest major city that has a normal timing. If you go into northern, you know, even Northern Ontario or Quebec, where it's, you have the same issue six months, day, six months night.

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Same thing you follow, like Quebec City, or even Montreal as one of the major cities. And that's how it's done.

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Exactly what has been done two months back.

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Yeah, I mean, the time that the calendar was put together doesn't really make a difference. Because every year, though sunsets at the same time, this is composite plan, right? The way it revolves is the same otherwise years, some years, it'd be like seven days longer. Right? So comas like plan is specific. And that's why we can make a yearly calendar and say every year of this day, this is the time for it.

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However, what I'm showing is that there can be some some flexibility in the actual timing, if the timing is correct, based on haze, or you know, pollution in the air fog, mist, rain, you know, stuff like that.

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I think the problem is when a calendar is made, without verifying the actual timings, this is the problem.

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That really is a problem. And we ask Allah subhanaw taala to make it easy for those making these decisions and putting these things in place to actually do what's right. Because it's on their shoulders. And it's a community that's very large, very large. And it's a responsibility that needs to be

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questioned about a hospital data. We'll ask about this on the day of judgment. And so I personally know issues delayed a little bit and I remember even in the summer, in the summer months, our timing here, or

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our timing was was was very odd.

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And I went with our family we were up in Verona, which is about 125 kilometers from here, North, East,

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East northeast.

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And I remember I stopped in the middle of nowhere is pitch black like dark. It was small. So gas station, right off the side of what it was small highways, and I was filling up gas. And I looked at my watch and I thought oh this is the time for issuing our masjid and I can still see this guy has white really sensei still late

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which taught me that the timing for Asia

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It was too early.

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Right? Because I looked at my watch, I wasn't here I was 100 kilometers away, over 100 kilometers away, but it was like, Oh, the timing is too early. Right now, these are things that we have to, you know, consider and look into.

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And I'm saying it while being recorded, and I'm sure this is probably going to be passed around, and I'm going to have some heat that I'm going to have to deal with. But that's the truth is the truth. Right? And we speak the truth. This is part of our game, we have to speak the truth. And if people don't like it, then they don't like it. And if people say, you know if you're gonna speak this way, and again, I'm gonna be here then so be right, because as Muslims, we speak the truth. And if you don't like it too bad is the deen of Allah, not the deen of any human being. Okay, and I'm not saying anything that goes against what Allah subhanaw taala has put for us, right there is

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flexibility. I'm saying that there is flexibility, but we have to be fair and do our homework and do the legwork and actually make sure that what we're doing is right. And Allah subhanaw taala knows best those that make those decisions that it's on their shoulders. When we asked for loss of habitat, it's our mercy on every single one of us.

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Alright, first because we're talking about shorter.

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Let's go to the sort of the sort of

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verse number 36 sort of Zoho of

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Allah subhanho wa Tada

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tells us 36 366 Okay, here's number 36. Allah subhana wa Tada mentions the adornments that people will have right the you ease and luxuries of this life and also, you know, silver Game of Thrones that they were reclining on ornaments of gold, you know, bounties and beauty, beautiful things that that people will get agenda and wants to hang on to addresses and whoever turns a blind eye to the reminder of the most compassionate, right, whoever turns a blind eye to what Allah subhanaw taala has revealed. We place at their disposal.

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Each one of them will have a shaman

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who will be their close associate. So ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada teaches us that Shavon is the appointed friend of the person who disregards what was happening at MSN is

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your friend,

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not you, that person, whoever it is, that person's friend is shaken, unless penalty data appoint someone to constantly whisper to them constantly, you know, take them away from the remembrance of the loss of habitat that some people ask why is this done intentionally? No. It's not intentionally. Allah subhanaw taala had it only does this once a person has they has themselves sealed their hearts. They have chosen to stay away from the bustle.

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they've rejected en la and they've rejected his way. And if that's what you chose, then shaytaan is your way. And so you take what Shane Vaughn says it does.

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Allah doesn't want that for us. Because if aanbod wanted that for us, then what would be the point of our deen

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Allah wants us to worship Him. Allah wants us to come closer to Him. Allah wants us to be careful to shake on Allah Juan says to you know, ignore the whispers of shaken, but some people reject Allah Subhana beuter and embrace the way of Shavon and love Shavon and come closer to what Shavon calls towards and whispers to human beings about and that's not the way of a hostile kind of attack. So those who do that kind of status as we place at their disposal of each and devilish one or you know, Shavon as they're close associate, who will certainly hinder them from the right wing while they think they are right. We got it. Sometimes people think that what they're doing is right, like they

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firmly believe.

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And we know this otherwise, if people didn't firmly believe in what they were doing, they wouldn't do what they do. Think if someone didn't think that this was right and okay for them to go and do the harm that they're doing, they wouldn't do it. So they believe wholeheartedly that this is okay. This is good. Yes.

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Every single one of us every single

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we all have the whispers of shape on around us. Right now it's on the lawn. So we're enjoying some. This is a this is our tongue right? Any anything bad that we're doing now is from us. So Shavon for 11 months of the year is whispering to us.

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11 months of the year is working on us. One month of the year we get to show ourselves and prove to a muscle Padlets adda that we are who we say we are

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So when we backlight this from ourselves, when we buy this from ourselves, when we cheat that's from ourselves, right? When we wrong others, that's from ourselves when we swear that's from ourselves, right? When we, you know, hurt other people in some way, shape or form that's from ourselves take advantage of someone else's from ourselves. And then we can't go to a wasp habitat and say, Oh, it was shut down. Oh, man, we do this. Because even on the Day of Judgment, in the Province of Canada data shows Associaton say, I never made you do that. She thought only whispers to us.

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It's the human being who takes it upon themselves to actually act upon the whispers that they hear from Shavon

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Shavon absolves himself of it on the danger I never, I never forced you to do that you did it your own free will. Don't blame me because human beings will blame shame on it say Is it because of Shavon that I did these things. Right? And Allah subhanho data gave us free will as human beings to be able to decide and do what we feel is right. We'll move to sort of two to one.

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In the first four verses a loss of covenant addresses that are hidden how meme when Kitab will be in level three Laila to mobile architect in quantum theory, fee, you Franco Kulu, unwitting Allah subhanaw taala says hanging by the Clear Book, indeed We sent it down as indeed We sent it down on a blessed night for we always warn against evil on that night, every matter of wisdom has ordained what is the loss of habitat and talking about

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little brother, what came down a little clutter

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the Quran, okay, we sent it down, have a blessed night. And almost power data says in verse number four, and on that night, every matter of wisdom is ordained. That's why it's called Laila and Condor. Right. What is meant to happen and going to happen in the next year the commands is we are or the command is given to the angels on that night. So when the angels descend with Gibreel,

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I reckon Massara Allah subhanho wa Taala gives the command to the angels that this is to be done.

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The wind, the sun, the moon stars, you know, all of these things are going to happen this year, this is what's going to happen, this storm is going to happen that's going to take place this person, you know, this is their this, this is our provisions, this is our time, this is what's going to happen, this person is going to die, that person's gonna get sick, this person's going to travel, they will go for Hajj, this person will sell their house that person is going to lose their job. This one is gonna get promoted all of these things ventured.

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For the next year.

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Can we change the color?

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some so

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talking about cheating for the good enough for the bad 10 Okay.

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Sadaqa you said yes.

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Do I have sudo app and

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Cilantro Rahim being nice to family, relatives, especially parents. How does that change?

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When we

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write Allah Subhana Allah to Allah prolongs our life, when we are kind to our relatives.

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So if it was decreed that something would happen to you this year, but you're kind to your relatives, proving to Allah subhanho data and making dua to are happy to actually change that as well.

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Whose decision is ours now? So it's the quarter of Allah, it's his decree. And we always say that everything is written, yes, everything is written. Allah Subhana Allah, Allah knows that you are either going to ask now or later for something, or you're not going to ask at all. We don't

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know when we ask Allah subhanho data, he can change something if he wants.

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And this is why every single year later to Kaduna happens.

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So prove ourselves to Allah subhanaw taala every year because I'm later to further what's happening in the next year is coming down. So prove ourselves to Allah subhanho wa Taala that we are deserving of something better than we are going to humble ourselves. And Allah says on that night, every matter of wisdom is ordained by a command from us. For we have always sent messengers as a mercy for our Lord, He alone is truly the All Hearing all knowing.

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So Allah subhanho wa Taala has set late into the column for us somewhere in either last five nights that have asked for the next five to come.

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Now we need to keep hunting for it.

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It's beautiful that it was raining the other night. It was an even night to no one thought or you know, maybe to legislator to call them because it was an even night because it was raining. A lot of people are like, Oh, it's rain sounds nice. Let me go to sleep.

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If you are tired, fine

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if you're working right, because not everyone here is doing it to death, right? If you're gonna have to work throughout the day is a different story. But lay down and do that thicker. Ask what was handed out of forgiveness recycle.

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Remember Laila to recover. Some of you were asking, What can we do? Is there other practices that we should do? I asked this question all the time to myself and to all of you. What did the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam do on these last 10 Nights?

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Spend most of the time in the masjid but doing what

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for an dwara but what else?

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Yeah, praying.

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The some of us are like okay, we're going to break this down later on. And I was telling the brother and right we were talking about it last night. How was the theme of the Prophet Marty USM.

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Was it six minutes product out

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in the first time,

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so the prophets of Allah have even said those are just an example of one vaca. So we'll have to Fatiha Sula to Papa and Surah Al Imran,

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in one guy.

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How many Jews is that?

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Now, how was the recitation of the Quran by the prophet survivalism? Was it le Fulani letter getting

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water TV

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Tila so Now someone says okay, that's going to be hard. That's difficult, right? How are we going to do that? This the report of the prophets of love and it was said it was really long as well. The sense that if the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was really also and then some some of us might think well if that's the case that the whole night is spent in pm when you make dua it's such

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a time insensitive your time to make to Ireland and someone says but I don't speak Arabic. Countless was made in Salah and if I don't know Arabic, doesn't Allah know what's in your heart and your mind?

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Speak to Allah subhanaw taala when you're in such that

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converse with Allah Subhana Allah Allah. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said aapko Mallya guna Labdoo Isla Obi Wan, who is Ajit? The closest that one of the worshipers that will also have the data is to their Lord is when they're in such that that is the closest position we can get to God in this dunya the closest you don't have to be in Makkah, you don't have to be touching the Blackstone. You don't have to be in mustard and never week in front of the greater the prophets. I love it. Some of them. The closest we are to Allah Subhana Allah is when our forehead is to the ground when we humble and humiliate ourselves before us.

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Right, then I'm here and I have nothing. And I've left everything behind. And I'm coming as close to you as I will before I leave this world, the ground, we're going to it and now we are in control as to how many times we come close to the surface of the ground.

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When we pass away, we have no control because we will go under the surface of the ground.

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And some of us are performing empty guff. And I know God really showed us saying the other day I went you know he wanted to ask me some questions. So I went inside and he was like you know leaning against the wall like no, I'm good. I'll do that. I was like mashallah, this is so spacious, right? So nice spacious, right? And he was like, It's too big. Our cover our grave is just going to be like this is true.

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Our grade was just, you know, six feet just to fit us in it. That's it.

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When we get into even the little cubicles, we should think to ourselves, this is what I have now.

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The size of

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reasonable you guys the size of apologize inserts space, right, because their father and son so sometimes they opened the curtain in between them. That is the size of the house of the Prophet sallallahu

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when we look at our homes, right some

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In your real estate agents, you talk about square feet. And you know the price of houses nowadays. The House of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was, you see where whether that's a unit and Tenzin and Muhammad and whether it should be or sitting

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that size. This is the size of the house of the province. And sunup, where he lives with I shut up.

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That's it. And he some of all, the sudden would get up to prayer.

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And the Chateau de la Mancha would be linked down, and he wouldn't have space to make sense. So he would bend her legs and her knees to move her legs over. So he has space to make sense.

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And that's the home of the profit center of our datacenter.

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That's bigger than some of our bathrooms.

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Bigger than some of our closets. Some people have walk in closets, when you think sometimes we see like on TV shows they show like renovations and stuff like that. And they show closet walk in closets in these mansions. And, you know, people come into like, Oh, this is too small and like too small. I can fit all the positions of our house in that one closet convenience too small.

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Why is it too small, because we've made this dunya

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our focus.

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And we've forgotten that the US era is really where we're going to live. This is temporary, we're just passing through the hereafter is where we need to have space we're going to enjoy, we're going to invite all of you together, we're going to come to my house and I'm going to go to your house and shop and we're going to visit one another we're going to be there together. We're going to enjoy our time, we're going to sit and we'll have servants serving us. I think it's important not that

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you're actually going to take the leaves of the roses and the plants and put it into whatever beautiful crystal drink you want to drink and you will drink it. And you will drink a million liters of it and you'll never be fooled.

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But this dunya is karma. We look at the size we should think to ourselves. When you're there inside of your cubicle. I know Zenyatta was complaining he says I have the smallest one. Because the pole the way it is it's like going in and about eight inches or something maybe even more. Right? She's like mine is the smallest great Kamala years is still bigger than you're grateful.

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still bigger than the size of our brain. And how many years are we going to live in our brain?

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Think how many years since profit either it is setup.

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And they're still living in their brains

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since the time of the Prophet saw over the summer, and they're still living in their graves and how much time is left to go and they will be living in our grace.

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A wasp habitat it will make it wide for the believer and make it come in and cave in and crush the nonbeliever.

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So how good is that for what we have have the love for the 1300 square feet, three story, the typical step townhouse, or whatever it is that people are in humbly

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hoping that everything is a blessing for loss of habitat. Now loss of habitat and it's easy for us to come closer to him through the Quran. May Allah Subhana Allah Allah make it easy for us to continue to work hard and to push harder and strive for the sake of pleasing loss of habitat and make it easy for us to grant to be granted complete and full forgiveness. And we asked him about his diligence and partners with our sins and the sins of our parents and the sins of our family and our siblings was a powerful way to rent love

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between spouses and their loss of panic or to how to protect our children and keep them strong and safe upon human and ISNA and make them from the love of protected and preserved it and conceal their their. Their sins most of which is to hide the sins of the believers and make them hidden in this life and hidden in the hereafter me bottom quartile FICO, which is so awesome about anatomy. Number one do I knew somebody was sending sending money to

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