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30 in 30 – Ramadan 2022-1443 – Day 29

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without more identity hidden caring, having a form of Salento Taslim, rubbish lovely Saturday where Sydney and reading Dr. Tammy Disseny of como cobbly My brothers and my sisters said mid comb, Allahu Akbar cat

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how hamdulillah

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tonight is the 30th Night of the month of Ramadan, sha Allah

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unless we seek alone

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you can't go outside so you never get to see the moon

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and the masjid and the prophets of Allah and even suddenly you can look for the wound from inside the masjid because there was no only in the back is covered.

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How did you learn today we'll go through some sorrows of the 29th just as well as the remainder of the 30th Inshallah, tomorrow might just do a general few minute reminder after slot and also, I like to always keep my last evening of the month of Ramadan to myself.

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It's my way of being selfish.

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So today, inshallah we'll go through, start off with Surah Surah Zambian

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so what are the Muslim mean is the 73rd and Surah of the Quran, think of the Quran and you think of the journey, how, how much we've gone through how far we've traveled throughout this entire month. You know, it's 30 days or 29 days now of fasting that we're about to complete. You know, so many sores, so many verses so many is difficult and that we've gone through so many Jews of the Quran, but I always tell myself and I share with my students 80% of what you learned is gone.

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80% of what we learned this month of Ramadan is gone.

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You probably not remember it, unless something specific to that affects you in your life. And then you might remember or recall a we learned about this.

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And that is what our teachers would teach us that you can sit for hours and hours day after day learning the deen of Allah subhanho wa taala. But if we're not going to document it, and then we're not going to revise it, we are not going to retain it. And by listening to Halaqaat how below we've done it, it's good. It's a motivation. It brings us closer to a lot we're spending just our time sitting in the Hanukkah is spending. There's being spent in the remembrance of Allah All right, we're in the masjid. We're learning the book of Allah. We're surrounded by angels right we're in the protection and safety of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. Prophets a lot of it was salam says

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the kids in the sisters area, maybe you can just

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take a chill pill with you fasting, relax.

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Don't take any pills don't profess.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says even the fish in the sea,

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and the Auntie's at home are making dua seeking forgiveness and blessings. For those who are learning the deen of Allah subhanaw taala studying the book of Allah while sitting in a gathering in a mountain in the masjid in Alsace.

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So, just think of it, that is an indication of how every single one of the creation of Allah subhana data seeks to forgiveness for those who forgiveness and blessings for those who remain in the remembrance of Allah subhanho wa taala. So just sitting and listening and learning is a benefit. But now, the knowledge that we gained needs to be able to benefit us later on as well. And that's why let this month be, you know, a month that we learn but also a month that we begin to document what we learn. And we begin to write it down and we begin to revise it, we look over it right? Because there's so many lectures out there.

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There's so many things that we can listen to all the time, but most of it just goes in one ear. We feel a little bit something you know good about it, and then it's gone. And so we ask Allah subhana wa Tada to make it easy for us to retain the knowledge that we receive any sort of Muslim, Allah subhanho wa Taala calls out to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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rules will be learned via shaytani R rajim Bismillah R Rahman Rahim

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he said the hotel we eat with the smell of Vika with that he bility and ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada calls out prophets on what we're happy to send them he was the one who was wrapped in his clothes. Right? The prophets of Allah alayhi wa Salam is in his home, he's wrapped in his clothes and his garment, Allah Subhana Allah says, only lay that Illa Cadila.

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So the scholars mentioned here the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam was being told by Allah Subhana Allah to either get up that blanket that you have the covering whatever it is that you're using to keep yourself warm, your gellan your cloak, get up on Leila Illa Cadila. Get up and stand throughout the night, except for

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this fellow in postman or Carlita, pray for half of the night or a little less, pray for half of the night or a little less than that, I will see that I think you will not do you will earn a terminal t that was Hamlet addresses.

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Or a little more than that. So Stand all night in prayer, except for a little pray half of the night or a little less than that, or a little more and recite the Quran properly in a measured way. Total Tila pronouncing things properly, not rushing through it not like oh, the Prophet SAW All right, so somebody has to finish all of surah baqarah and Allah Imran in one raka no problem. And if learning dedicated you never

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know what to read in

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Tila and you'll notice even the word tea the last panel a tie that breaks it down for us to show us the pronunciation of the Quran is important. How it's pronounced is important. And so Allah says, recite the Quran properly in a way that you are you know, reciting the word of Allah subhana voice and

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then he says in Sinhala tRNA campo 34 We will soon send upon you a very heavy revelation. Right very heavy ovulation and is coming to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam still, in fact, the next hula is the next part of the Revelation After so long, as we mentioned last night, and Allah subhanaw taala says in and she attended Laney he should do work on

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the indeed worship in the night is more impactful and suitable for recitation.

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Why? Because Allah says in an Athena Harrison Hancock, ALLAH SubhanA, Allah says for during the day, you're so occupied with your worldly duties. So throughout the day, you're busy, our minds can't reflect properly on the Quran. They can't focus on the Quran. Those who have memorized the Quran you ask them, right, especially if you memorize at an older age or an age when you have school and you're going to school and stuff like that. It's easier to memorize at night, your mind is fresh, you wake up, there's nothing on your mind. One of the biggest mistakes that we make now as human beings is this phone, wake up in the morning even for Salatin Fajr your alarm is ringing, you set

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the alarm on your phone. And as soon as you turn the alarm off, you start checking messages, which means the messages are more important than the call to this.

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Our WhatsApp messages, our text messages, our emails are more important than going to pray to Allah Subhana Allah and Allah subhana wa has added makes it such that as human beings as believers, we wake up in the morning, the very first thing we do, we remember a lot, we open our eyes and hamdulillah a lady

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that in our election,

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first thing we do we praise Allah subhanaw taala, glorifying

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hamdulillah

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Allah the one who gave us life that I never imagined after having given us death,

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because sleep is a minor type of death. What you know usually

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we ask Allah Subhana Allah to add a first thing in the morning for success and for ease.

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Begin the morning that way, not with who messaged me. And what do we see happening? We see people waking up in the morning

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especially people who are not regular for fudging? Right. They complain to me about this all the time. So I get up on time but I always end up praying in front of late

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And I asked them one question why?

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You said you get up on time but you always pray Fajr late. How, why? What are you doing? And what did they say? I end up becoming busy with messages and my phone and then I ended up realizing for sunrise and I missed the budget.

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So our phones is a distraction, even more important than our prayer. And that's a sad state that we are in as an ummah if that's the case, okay? So Allah subhanaw taala says, throughout the day, you're busy, you're busy, you can't focus, you don't have the time, you got to go and do things, mainly because there's sunlight. And that's the time in the day that you have the ability to go about to work to earn to, you know, do whatever you need to do educate yourselves, whatever it is that we go about doing in our days.

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But remember, at a time when people use and they burnt the oil in the lamp on the wick, in order to see at night.

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By the time nightfall comes, how fast you're not going to go work, you can't see what you're doing. So that's the time to just now relax. That's the time to turn to Allah subhanho attack. Like when you go camping, right? You've probably gone camping before now people go glamping right you go camping. I remember when camping once and the tent next to us like we get there. We open up our tent for our sleeping bags and pillows in it camping and the tent next to us. They open up the tent. Then they open up the extension to the tenant. And there's another extension on the other side to the tenant is two bedrooms in it are three bedrooms that are yours

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What are you guys doing? Oh, we're inflating our mattresses have air mattresses.

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And then at night you have like these lights on and heaters on inside.

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At night, when the night comes, it's dark across, now's the time to remember or

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do

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pray to a lot. There's no distraction. You notice when we're here for him, right on the last 10 nights now. And the lights are on what happens everyone's running around food everyone's eating. Shut the lights.

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Calm. Now everyone's focusing on worshiping the hospitality.

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Right even the kids as soon as we shut the light, we should shut the lights tonight right away. As soon as the lights are shut. All the kids laying in the back and two kids even laying down on my sleeping bag.

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Right as soon as we shut the lights, they're gone. But when the lights are on, especially these ones are so great. It feels like daytime, which is running and running and running and running. You can't focus sooner or later often is dark. Now you can focus and it's the same thing with the Quran. You wake up in the morning your mind is fresh. There's no distractions you're not thinking of money. You're not thinking of your bank. You're not thinking of work and I'm thinking of traffic and I'm thinking of school you're not thinking of anything else. No family nothing your mind just rested. How do

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you go you make what do you recycle?

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Best time to memorize. Best time to relax.

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Then Allah subhanahu wa Tada says, what's good is small on big Ellen Devon del eternity. Oh always remember the Name of your Lord and devote yourself to him wholeheartedly. He is the Lord of the east and the west and ALLAH SubhanA metallic continues we'll move on to the next caller. Okay, next one was kind of attire that shows us here in surah and we've tested again a walk calls out to the Prophet so long but I think he was some of them wrapped in your clothes wrapped in your garments wrapped in your blanket. Allah subhanho wa Taala says

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your home with death the comb

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the back effect can be was the cancer for you would use F and job one to hurt him.

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Just stick the one year of big fuss be for either payoff in or for Danny Kaye young man Evie Am I see

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So here was how it was a sort of similar to the previous one calling out to the prophets of Allah and then he was the one who's covered up

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the previous surah the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam was covered up sleeping resting. Now he's in his home resting relaxing, Allah tells him get up go and warn people when the n zero

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arrives go in warn the people what Beck has kept building and

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revere Allah subhanho wa Taala a lot

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mentioned the name philosophy kind of always hold them higher status for up back as a captive with the Arabic and Fatah here.

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All right and purify your garments

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why purify your governments

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why

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why purify your government

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what's the purpose of that? Why is almost kind of data telling the province and a lot more I need to stand up stand rise go call the people your file your America

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good

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anything else

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sorry

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trust some okay yeah the impression that you get from the person whose clothing is clean you feel more of a connection more impressionable

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okay extending before Allah subhanaw taala but you are representing the deen of Allah right. Thanks are reducing.

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You're going and you're you want to be as optimal as possible. You're representing the deen of Allah subhana wa Tada. We as believers represent the loss of cannabinoids as D, the way of Allah, we are calling to calling to the way of Allah subhana wa metab. Shouldn't we be presentable? Yeah, we should always be the best dressed of the people in society, always, always. Especially when we're going to not just have meetings with non Muslims and take pictures to be able to post it on social media and say I met the Prime Minister. No. But when we're going to call them to Allah subhanaw taala that we show them that this is the way of the Muslims. This is who we are. And people wonder

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to themselves Oh, you guys are supposed to be barbaric. You guys are supposed to be like this. And like that, right? People say, even till today in the media, people say things about Muslims. When they meet a Muslim, they're like, Hey, you work on the same floor as me at our company? Yeah. Oh, you're Muslim. Yeah. We can work to you know,

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we're educated as well.

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And we see this more now. We were talking about it just a few days ago. I think some of the brothers were sitting there asking some questions. We're discussing how, as Muslims, remember, we're talking about Islamophobia, maybe four or five days ago,

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as Muslims, we used to do, you know, not hold such high positions. There were very few Muslims that would hold higher positions. Now many Muslims have really high well paying it, well honored positions, both in society in you know, workplaces, you know, business owners, you know, managers, CEOs, politicians, right, slowly moving up higher and higher.

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And so we need to be from those who represent the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala that people should not, you know, especially during the month of Ramadan, we know very well, that the mouth, the smell of the mouth, the smell that comes out of the mouth of the believer that's fasting is more beloved to Allah subhanho wa taala, then the sweetest mustard. But we know that the smell coming out of our mouth is not that pleasant. And so what did the Prophet salallahu Salam used to do?

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It was as Misbah uses him as one, the prophets of Allah and even Salam used to meet delegations, people, non Muslims would come to him some alarm, I think it was Sunday. And he presented and they were, they were thinking that they were coming to this, this random person. And sometimes they thought they were coming to some king, some great leader, a person who claims to be a prophet that he was going to be decked out and he was going to have, you know, this awesome gallon and lots of gold and being served. But he was with the people. He was part of the people. That was the prophets all along right in the center.

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And the people, they had good garments as well.

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They dress nice, they dressed appropriately other book out of the alumni, and one of the things I love about him is that he always dressed really, really well.

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Really, really well. He was a merchant of textile, right used to trade by himself trade material. And so his material that he used to wear, the clothing he would wear it was of high caliber, nice clothing. And they used to gift the profits on a longer I think with some of them a lot, even delegations that would come from abroad. We know that the prophets are longer I knew some of them received gifts as well. Like from Yemen, he had a nice gun.

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Right? So the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam award nice clothing, but still mixed with the people. So in the minds of those who are non Muslim that are coming to see the prophets of Allah.

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Some would think he's just some Deadwood in the middle of the desert, and they would meet him and he would be presentable. His mouth would be clean, his hair would be combed and oiled. Right, so his hair was styled his beard would oiled wizard

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So with perfume this smell coming from him was so beautiful, so sweet. So nice. Some Allahu Allah yourself. Right? He was groomed properly, he took care of himself. Even when you read through the narrations like the other day a brother, he came the whole evening. He was here for millennia, but he was he was here for taraweeh as he was leaving one of the brothers, he tells him he's like school. Like is his thought was completely unbuttoned and like, you know, it's Chester's exposed. And he's like, Oh, the whole night, you didn't realize his phone was unbuttoned, and he wasn't wearing an undershirt. And it's just like, open. He didn't realize that he prayed the whole night.

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And then he's of course, always closing like what's wrong? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam used to leave his his garment open at times where you would see his chest and he didn't have a lot of chest. He just had a little patch. Just a little patch, but used to leave it on button. Sometimes. It's a style.

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It's nice is hot. It's nice. The profits are

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showing us your men. Nothing wrong with that.

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It's okay.

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Little bit of Chester everywhere. It's fine.

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It's fine.

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Little stubble? No, it's fine, bro. How

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is the way Allah created us to need to cover it up.

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So the Prophet SAW longer it was some of them.

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While at the same time they thought that he was like a Bedouin some cave and they thought that he was like a king.

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This is a person who claims to be a prophet, he must have servants. And they would come and see him simple. He was simple amongst the people, even the Sahaba that were the closest to him. Right? And we're Aveda in Java, are familiar with our firm. We welcome the love and prominence near football. I love yoga. And some of these companions were like the closest to the prophets of Allah and even sunnah, but also the wealthiest, and even them throughout their lives simplicity.

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They had lots of wealth, but in their own personal life simple.

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And so the prophets and alumni, it was kind of mixed with the people was with the people sat with the people serve the people. He didn't expect to be served, he served the people and he would never eat until everyone else ate.

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He would never eat until everyone else ate. And then he would look and see what's left and a lot of course would be some food for him or some milk for him and he would eat or drink some a long summer. So being presentable as part of our deen and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is showing us here. You are presentable, as well as a wasp, which is showing us here that the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam needs to be presentable and we should be presentable, but be amongst the people. You look like a million dollars, but you're not scared to roll up your sleeves and to serve the food to someone. You're not scared to roll up your sleeves and help someone whose tire is flat to change

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your tire outside. In apartment, for example. You're not scared to you know, go and do something that someone needs. Because if the profits are longer,

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he then says What a dumb notice that you do not do a favor expecting more in return.

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When you don't be cancerous, and preserve sort of persevere for the sake of your moment.

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When Adam noticed I

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don't expect anything in return. Whatever you do, do it for the sake of Allah. If Allah blesses you with something in return, and hamdulillah if he doesn't bless you with something in return of how you did it for hissing, LAN moody Domi calm jazz.

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Chu who

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shows us

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just sort of

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surroundings reciting it before I was hearing ever saying

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we don't need any reward from the people don't need thanks. No thanks, no reward. Do it for the sake of Allah Subhana. Allah blesses you with something, say, take it.

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Allah withholds. It doesn't give it to you. You didn't do it for that purpose. Anyways, this is showing the messengers remember, we took the examples last week of how the prophets of Allah subhanho wa Taala they would not do something expecting any other any reward in return from the people. They don't do it for pay. We're not spreading the deen of Allah subhanaw taala for money. Just spreading it because it needed to be done. We believe in it. We believe in the loss of cannaboids and we do it for that purpose is to pay is great, great if the pay isn't great, great.

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Bye

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hamdulillah easier said than done, right? But we push forward. And Allah Subhana Allah says, when you don't be comfortable and pretty severe for the sake of your Lord, be patient.

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Your reward will come to you

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either in this life or in this life in the hereafter or in the Hereafter. But it'll come you'll get it eventually, what you expect Allah will give to you, but make sure that you stay sincere and you are patient,

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for either no payoff even for further and he came on that edu when I see him for when the Trumpet will be sounded, that will truly be a difficult day far from easy for the disbelievers. And leave me sorry, was Palatinus says and leave to me, oh Prophet, the One who created the one I created all by myself. Allah tells the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam leave my creation to me. I will deal with them.

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Right those who believe believe those who disbelieve they disbelieve, Leave them to me.

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He says, and leave to me or prophet, the one that I created all by myself, and granted him abundant wealth and children always by his side, and make life very easy for him. Yet he is hungry for more.

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But no, for he has been truly stubborn with our revelations, I will make his fate unbearable. Allah subhanaw taala tells us about the one who is running after more and more and more and never pleased. I gave him his wealth. I created him. As in I looked after him, Allah subhanaw taala saying his heart was beating her heart was beating her eyes, they could see they could move. They were you know, full of energy. They had food every single day. Right? His children was by his side, right? They enjoyed the luxuries of this life. They had their wealth and made life very easy for them. But still, they wanted more. Never thankful. Never thankful to have us pelota always greedy, I need

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more. I need more. I need more.

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There's nothing wrong with having wealth.

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Always will say this. There's nothing wrong with having wealth.

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But be thankful do sugar for the wealth you have.

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And always remember the day you didn't have

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the times you didn't have the wealth that you have today.

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And maybe you're sitting here going I'm going through those times right now. I remember in 2019 2019 I was doing anti gas

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and the whole month of Ramadan he was telling me make too hard you know I'm going through a difficult time he was unemployed for for a long time.

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Unemployed couldn't find a job for a long time.

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And I told them I was like don't worry inshallah we'll find something right. So many brothers I know. But ask them what's your profession? Give me your CV. There's many people I know. It will put you in touch with someone someone will help.

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He didn't hear to guff. Because he told me he's like, You know what? This is like the end of the road after I think we're gonna have to sell the house. I have no more money. I'm done.

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There's nothing left. I just have to sell the house. Otherwise I survive.

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No, my child will find something finally pushing day and night. I was like asking everyone do you know someone's you know, company messaging groups. hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah. Before the IETF ended,

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a brother reached out to him, sent his CV over. And everything just went smooth until now and hamdulillah he's employed, he's working and everything's fine. hamdulillah

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Allah subhanho wa Taala provides. Sometimes we say, remember the day you didn't have maybe for you? I don't know. Some people might be sitting here going, that's that day for me. I don't have right now. I lost my job. I'm stuck. There was a brother last night who came to me right in the back

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after pm before pm right in the middle of the night. And he was he got up from the chair and he walked over to me and he says I need to tell you something. He said you were telling us the other day about the importance of the masjid and how the masjid Allah blesses us with so many things you find, you know, friends here you find, you know, other families that you can connect with. You know, this is a place that you come to, you can't find a job. There's someone here who employs you. And I was mentioning these things right? Probably remember us talking about it.

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He said,

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I had no job.

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And when you mentioned that, I thought to myself, I'm just going to do it so far.

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And spamela like he kept pushing through

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When searching

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and he's like, within two days, Allah blessed me with an interview, and I got a job. And I'm starting.

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Like, just like that. And he's like it came from the Masjid. Like the connection was made here in the masjid through someone else just by being in the masjid meeting other Muslims talking to them making that link that connection. And now he has a job and he's telling me this, he has tears in his eyes, I can see his eyes tearing up and he doesn't want to like, you know, move his eyes too much because the tears are going to come up. Right and he just quickly finished telling me this and then he like walked away.

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That is the masjid that is a muscle capital winter. We come here to worship Allah. And because we submit to Allah, Allah blesses us in the ways that we need from, you don't even need to ask sometimes. So Allah subhanho wa Taala showing us here, sometimes he blesses people with everything, and we're not thankful. We're not grateful. We still want more. Remember the times you didn't have and give to those who don't have because a time money may come when we also don't have again, and loss of habitat and protect us from poverty and protect us from hardship make us from amongst those that constantly remember him.

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Let's go to swallow a lot of

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sort of feeling right at the beginning, Allah subhanaw taala says as we learn about him and love him, way weigh in on little moto Fifi. While is like saying whoa, like May the punishment be applied right? Like what may be cursed. Woe to those who call who do fraud, right to defraud others.

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Who are these people and leadin either

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nurse Yes, don't fall on what either can was

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one of us prioritizes those are the people who they take full measure from people that they buy from, or when people buy so they'll take you know, I'm selling you this cost $100 You take $100 but they give less to the person than what they're supposed to get. So they're playing around with the scales. This happened at the beginning of the time of the Hijra when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam first migrated from Makkah to the Anita, when he arrived in Medina, the people of Medina who would do business, they were known for taking advantage of one another.

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So one of the things that they will do is sell you dates. For example, you buy agile dates, and you look at the package and the top of the package. I show a lot of articles, these are really nice intro dates, right? This must be the one package that came and made it through. And it's like have the highest quality and no one took it. So you take like, well, this is awesome. You bring it out, you buy it and it cost you 5678 times the price that it would cost you in Medina. And then you take it home and you open it up and you start eating. And as soon as you remove the dates from the top layer, what do you see underneath.

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These aren't the same quality dates that are on the top. So the lower quality. In fact, I remember just a few years ago, same thing happened to me, I received, you know, a package a container of agile addicts. And I was like Pamela These look really nice. And I opened it up, started eating and the dates right underneath the top layer are not even our time. They were not even agile. I lived in Medina for many years. I know what an agile day is. Those are not actual dates, dates, and other rooms. I know that I know all the dates that we have in Medina, this is not actual

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power. This is tell.

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I actually call the company the number on the thing and told them what you guys are doing is wrong.

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These dates are being sold as agile dates and ones underneath aren't agile, they got all their height look like

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they don't see it. Look at the dates on the top layer and look at the dates right underneath are two completely different types of dates. Like anyone can figure that out.

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So this is how people take advantage. So at the time of the Prophet SAW, well, there it was. Some of them, what they would do sometimes is when they're selling like a barrel or you know an entire container

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of dates.

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They would put the fresher ones on top and the ones from the previous year, the previous season that are already dried out and hardened on the bottom or somewhere in the middle.

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So when you dig down, you're like okay, they're good. They're good. They're good, but you reach a point.

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where they're hard, they're old.

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And they're not right. And another thing that people would do is they would play around with this scale. Right, they would play around with the scale. So they're selling you, for example, one kilo, but not taking into consideration the weight of the jug that is that the dates are put in before it's put onto the scale. So Allah subhanaw taala revealed this to teach us as believers, if you're going to do business, you're going to trade you're going to buy and sell, make sure that you do honestly,

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make sure that you are not taking advantage of others, you're not cheating. You're not, you know, oppressing another person and taking money from them, that doesn't belong to you.

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It doesn't belong to you. Because every little penny counts, right? Every little penny counts a little transaction, a little bit of money here and there. That adds up to make lots of transactions. And so one last panel, and that is warning us of that over here, and then we'll jump to sort of shrimps which

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sort of the jumps or loss of data takes an oath 1111 times

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before telling us something important.

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So here's an example if I say

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we're having civil says forgive thought

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How do you feel not about the Civil says just about the way I said?

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No reaction. If I say, Well, lucky, we're having some losses today.

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A little more like me to it, right?

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Someone says, notice how you jacket on? Did you go somewhere?

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Did you leave the Masjid? What why he I didn't leave, okay, because then that must be serious. Right? What they're saying is true. Like, we'll take the single while he comes.

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We could even especially as believers, someone says while lying to us or like okay, that person is not gonna lie and take the name of Allah subhana wa Tada. Right. Here Allah is taking an oath 11 times to show us there's something really important that I need to tell you right now. So when someone says, Well, Ma, he usually draws our attention into it that okay, this is important. This person is saying something that's important, and it matters to them. It matters to them. They're trying to prove a point they're saying something. Now Allah subhanaw taala is not the need to prove anything to us. He's saying it, but trying to catch our attention, draw our attention into what he's

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about to tell us. So what does he say? What shall you see? Well go

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next to anyone counting. I said there's 11 Right. So what shall see what more

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by the sun and its brightness? Well probably either.

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And the moon as it follows when early either

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end the day as it unveils itself. When Laney either Yoshi

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at the night, as it conceals it, the night conceals the day.

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If something goes away, and it covers up the day,

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what

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you want.

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And by the habit I haven't, and the one who built it will be one

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and the earth and the one who spread it when I've seen

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so

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thought and the one who fashioned it for

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voodoo, what I what are

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the one

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sort of person number seven, and by the soul and 11 fashion but then with the knowledge of right and wrong, inspired it? How many is that?

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Nine Eight and 11 in

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your accounting versus not just the verse we want to know how many says Allah take 11 Okay, 11 We'll go back the sun, and its brightness, the moon, the day, the night.

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The Heaven and the one who built it.

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And the earth and the one who spread it, and by the soul and the one who fashioned it. Then the knowledge of right and wrong was inspired right so last time was added takes 11 or

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11 in addition to the oaths, Allah words this surah in a way that draws our attention and you know when you're listening to one or two

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people love it.

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Wait for the

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Big Pharma to get deep for me

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to get the family

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people to get the most as in a way that draws us into it here was kind of autonomous driving us to the store this the endings end in a in a way that link each other Bismillah him anymore he

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was Shamsi World War

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One poverty either

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either

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was

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one of the one

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when FCU

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said

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to draw

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our attention is drawn into

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other Surahs don't have this trend sometimes there is not like this No, almost the whole sola sola draws our attention to what he's about to say. He says, For the

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worker there for them

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that's it.

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That's the important message from last time. What does it mean? Allah was talking about the soul. Remember? He said one of Suwon so well, and by the soul and the one who fashion did,

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then with the knowledge and wrong in spirit is the soul. And then he says the law Herman circa successful indeed is the one who purifies their soul.

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He's drawing our attention in to tell us one thing successful are you who purifies your soul?

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And we're going to call them and DISA and doomed is the one who corrupts it

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corrupts your soul if you do

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that, basically summing up our lives. If you're successful, in purifying your soul, you will be successful in the Hereafter.

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And if you corrupt your soul, fill it with love of the dunya fill it with love of people fill it with love of things, fill it with love of yourself and don't fill it with the love of Allah subhanaw taala

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destruction

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that's it such a simple message.

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That person is doomed.

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So Allah draws our attention into just telling us simple message. That is the power of vital the loss of data in the way that he's revealed to us. Which brings us to the end of our time together.

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On this, I've set up the three physical

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my brothers and sisters Hamdulillah

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this is the

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29th day of the month of Ramadan, we've gone through 30 Jews of the Quran, we will continue in sha Allah to learn about the book of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada throughout the year. This is something that we continuously do as muslims as believers in the last panel with Adam.

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But it's been a journey that

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we at times don't realize its importance. Learning about connecting with it. And this is something we usually feel is missing from our lives as soon as the month of Ramadan ends.

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So if I said or did anything that was wrong than Forgive me, that's from myself and from che Han. If I offended anyone in anything that I said, any example that I gave was offensive, or someone took offense to it, forgive me, I'm a human being and I try to advise me, you know, we all make mistakes. Sometimes we make a light hearted joke and we don't realize that it actually is hurting someone's feelings. So we ask Allah subhanaw taala to purify our hearts and our intention is to make it easy for us to continue to learn the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala Amin and

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may Allah subhana wa Tada bless all of you for being patient with me throughout this month of Ramadan here, learning and listening and ask ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada to bless you with the highest levels of paradise and philosophy.

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Ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to bless you and your families with complete and full forgiveness and to make you from amongst those that stand by the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on the day that we returned to a wholesome carnival with Adam and our resurrected before him. Ask Allah subhanho to add it to protect you and your children and to keep all of you safe in my memories now, there was a pan of water out of BLESS

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Our community read this easy goodness and Craven Baraka ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to make us a means of spreading this Deen far and wide as propulsive Hanuman was added to keep us genuine and sincere and ask a lot as Elijah to bless us with more and more of this dunya in ways that we can use that is beneficial for ourselves and for the Ummah and in ways that do not distract us from His remembrance and menial the enemy, or Barack Obama, or some of our cinnamal balconette Amina Muhammad Ali, you are somebody you're selling, which is on the level of failure, or something was undermining what I have to warn you about.