Essential Fiqh Class – Sunday February 7, 2021

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So for those of you on Instagram, you notice it started up a little bit earlier, just gives people a notice on their phones that we're live and then it gives them some time to get on as well. So

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I know it's kind of annoying. You see me sitting there for like a minute and I was just updating the title on the YouTube. So I'm

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going to carry on today with our essential fit class in sha Allah.

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It won't be too heavy. We're starting a new chapter, we finished a chapter on marriage we went through marriage went through divorce, we went through ricola we went through

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and we spoke about how to find a spouse what to look for in a spouse how to conduct the marriage.

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What is permitted to statically was not permitted what a contract looks at so we went through the entire chapter of marriage on the law in detail. Now we're going to be starting the chapter of business transactions, okay, business transactions.

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And I know that for many of us, we probably might think to ourselves, well, I'm not doing any business but the reality is we are doing business every single one of us does some sort of business you go to the store, you buy your groceries, that's you doing business you go to

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a market place or you know, even when

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it could be anything you know, someone comes to your door or your you pick up your phone and you order you know, pizza from the restaurant and you have it delivered to your home, that's doing business that's a business transaction. Okay, so no one should ever feel as though they're not doing any business. So I don't need to know this chapter. In fact, every single one of us needs to know this. Super super importantly.

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So we'll start off with a few definitions in sha Allah, the Arabic word for for business or sale I should say is they came back But yeah, I mean, so I don't know how clear it sounds on the live stream. Actually, I totally forgot my microphone is like all the way in the middle of nowhere.

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Let's see if you guys can hear me better now inshallah Forgive me for that at the microphone out in the middle of nowhere.

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Just double check the settings good, everything's fine.

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So the Arabic word for

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sale is there okay. The plural is blue, which means like I said sale or means to transfer possessions from one person to another in exchange for a price to transfer possessions from one to another in exchange for a price

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islamically or

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actually no purchase which is shut off okay to purchase is the opposite of better, okay. So, we have sale buy and purchase shutter which is the opposite of bear okay. However, each term is sometimes used intertwined, right? So used for the other and you'll see that as we go along. inshallah, okay, like, for example, okay, we're talking about sales, or we're talking about the person who's buying something that's on sale or something that's being sold.

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islamically Allah Subhana Allah says in the Quran in Surah Al Baqarah, verse number 285. Okay, well, long bayero handwarmer Riba Allah subhanho wa Taala. Allah says that he has permitted A lot has permitted trade and forbidden interest. So trade is permissible and interest is not permissible. Okay. And of course when we start talking about interest, everyone usually either gets very interested or gets very scared and runs away. So we'll leave that for another day inshallah Tada, okay.

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Another eye in the Quran in Surah Nisa, Allah subhanho wa Taala says verse number 29 Yeah, a yo hi Lady

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Benin Bellini Isla takuna t Zhao attend mera

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kaam Allah subhanho wa Taala calls out to the believers all you all you who believe Okay, again, a lesson for every single one of us as believers, or you who believe

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that kulu and Wanda combined a conveyor belt with a lots of animal to an SS do not devour your property among yourselves.

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unjustly accept it to be a trade amongst you

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by mutual consent. And so Allah subhana wa tada speaks about trade from an Islamic perspective within the Quran, we see it of course in the Sunnah of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. As we'll see in the next few examples, that we're going to take in the next few Hadith, Hakeem in Hakeem, even his arm

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around the Omaha and narrated that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, the two parties

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have a sale, okay, the two parties have a sale,

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the one who's buying the one who's selling, the two parties have a sale still have the option of cancellation, as long as they have not yet separated. So for example, if you buy something and you you know, you trade with someone,

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you make a transaction, that transaction is not completely and entirely done as in you can still withdraw your transaction, so long as you haven't turned around and walked away and left. Okay. We'll look at that more later on inshallah Tada.

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The Muslims, as in the scholars within Islam are all in agreement that buying and selling is permissible. So, you know, some people will say, is it permissible to do business in Islam? And it's a it's a really strange question, because like, if you go put gas in your car while you're doing business, right, if you're buying some, I don't know, if you're buying pretzels. Right, then it's a business transaction as well, you need to go to the store, you need to pay for it, you need to bring it home, and you need to make sure that you're buying something that's pure and right and true and helpful for you. If it isn't, then there might be an issue in that business transaction. Right? If

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you're being told that these are fresh and they're not fresh, then there's an issue with that business transaction. But islamically, we see that it is permissible to trade to do business to sell and buy. And in fact, we don't only say that it's permissible, this time ugly, and I know some of you might be like, Yeah, well, that's an obvious thing. That's a given. Like, duh, we know we're supposed to be, you know, buying and selling.

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But remember, Islam looks at everything. And we'll have a ruling with regards to everything. Either things are permissible or not permissible, or they're hella or they're hot, or they're disliked, and so on and so forth. So even with regards to something so simple and common as trade, well, we have to look at what is permissible within it islamically.

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So, once again, you know, it is something that islamically we see as permissible, of course, within the realms of what is permitted, okay?

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By instituting buying and selling,

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this is a means of, or a means by which people can meet their needs without hardship. So for example, if I need to, if I need meat to feed my family, and I don't have meat, if we could not go and buy meat, for example, we would have to

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somehow purchase an animal or trade something for an animal or maybe even go and find animals and confiscate them, right. Let's just say in the case that buying and selling or trade was not permitted.

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How would you be able to come across owning an animal in order to sacrifice it to feed your family, the meat that comes from it? Right? So those are things that we would look at from an Islamic perspective. All right.

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Enough with the definition and what is permitted, what isn't permitted? Let's look at some actual aspects of business now. Okay, buying and selling. So islamically it's encouraged to earn one's own living, right. So we are supposed to earn for ourselves. I'll make that about the Aloha I'm narrated that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said no one consumes any food better than that which was earned by his own hands. Okay, so the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said, no one consumes food

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better than that which was earned by his own hands. So if you earned it yourself, then that is the best food for you if someone gave it to Alhamdulillah higher, but the best food that we can consume and feed our family is one that we worked hard to earn and to purchase and to provide for them our own selves, okay.

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He continues on Allahu alayhi wa sallam and says, The Prophet of Allah Deadwood Allah has sent us to eat what his own hands earned. Okay, so I'll read the whole Hadeeth in one go

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and make them out of the oven.

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added that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said no one consumes any food better than that which was earned by his own hands. The Prophet of Allah, Allah has sent us to eat what his own hands earned. Okay, we know that very well that would Allah His Sanam, he was not one to take things from people he never took a tax or wealth from his people that would add to his Sam wood wood.

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He was given the ability to mold steel, metal, iron, and so he has to make suits of armor coats of armor, shields, swords and stuff like that for people. And that was his way of earning his livelihood. Okay, that was his way of earning his livelihood. What happened there? There we go. That's weird.

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What I love the last one reported that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, it is better for one of you to bring a load of firewood on his back and sell it then to ask of another who might give or refuse to give him.

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So all the love and teaches us this Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, that it is better for someone to bring their load of firewood. So you go out and you get wood, you chop the wood, you bring it, you carry it on your back all the way to the market, and you sell it to people that is better for you in terms of your earnings and your wealth. This is really weird. Not too sure why that's happening there. Okay.

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So he's saying that is better for you in terms of your earnings and your wealth, then for you to go and ask someone for wealth, who will give it to you, okay, who will share that wealth with you, either lending you money or giving you money or giving you food and giving you what you need your provisions and so on. So that's an encouragement from the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam for us to be people that earn our own wealth and we work for our wealth. That's the point there, right if you, you work really hard for what you earn. Okay?

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The next thing we're gonna look at is that there is no harm in wealth as long as one is still pious. Okay, there's no harm in earning wealth and having wealth and abundant amount of wealth, so long as someone is still pious and righteous, more, even Abdullah, even Kobe

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narrated from his father on the authority of his uncle, that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, there is no harm in riches for the one who has piety. What is piety? taqwa. Okay. So there is there is no harm in riches in being wealthy. For the one who has taqwa. And health is better for the one who has piety. tranquility of the soul is a form of blessing. So let's dissect this Hadees a little bit in sha Allah Tada. Okay.

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So we're looking at whether it's permissible or not to be wealthy islamically can I be rich, okay, in sha Allah, we can all be rich and we asked a loss of what data to make us rich and May Allah bless all of you with so much wealth, that you never have to think about wealth and money again. Right? I mean,

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where are they been in Kobe but netted from his father on the authority of his uncle, the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, there is no harm in riches for the one who has taqwa.

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Woman yet tequila, Allah who Maharajah by whom in heighth, hula

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such a famous verse or verses of the Quran. Allah Subhana Allah to Allah says whoever has taqwa in Allah

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will may yet tequila. Yeah, Jai la Maharajah. So whoever is conscious of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Whoever is going to have that level of piety where they're thinking of awesome handle what Allah where Allah is a part of their day, we could say as in every single thing that you do, you do for the sake of Allah thinking of a lot without, without ever trying to do something otherwise, right? Everything is, is done for the sake of Allah.

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And so

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whoever has that level of piety within them, that they are conscious of Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah, Allah says, yet Allah who Maharajah Allah will provide for that person, an exit a way out a way out from what

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Any challenging, difficult moment in life, something you're faced with a test, a trial, some sort of tribulation, something you're going through this difficult for you. You want a way out of it, you want to save yourself think of the fire, right? Think of a fire in or you know what you walk into a room, a public place could be even the masjid.

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You You look for the emergency exits. Why do you do that? You do that because in case there's an emergency, you want to make sure that you know where to go. You want to make sure that you run out the right door towards the right area in order to save and protect yourself. Well saving and protecting ourselves and in this world in our lives with Allah subhanho wa Taala right. So whoever is conscious of Allah, Allah will provide for that person away out from those hardships that they're going through in life. How many times have we seen people escaping death right people got term escaping death. And you know, you'll you'll get videos from people have like a car accident and then

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someone gets out and just walks away. Right? Now, of course, it's too easy to use that as an example and say, Oh, that's you know, a lot being you know, sharing something good with with someone who has taqwa because sometimes the people are not believers and Allah subhana wa Tada. So you can't just take everything and apply everything to it right.

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But when you see this, you know this example from a loss of hand with an old lady tequila, whoever is conscious of Allah, Allah who Maharajah so he provides for you that escape route that exit to where you need to go. While you're zoku zuku min height tested. And then when Allah subhana wa tada saves a person from the hardship that they're going through and provides for them a way out.

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He not only sees them and protects them, he blesses them with an additional abundant amount of wealth and the risk right?

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Are you doing it from downstairs?

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This is the

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down downsides to live streaming from home or what do we call it? workplace

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So as I was saying,

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a loss of bandwidth data saves us from that difficult thing that we're going through in our life, right? But then it doesn't end there. Allah blesses us with even more. We owe to zoku in Haiti through later said, He blesses you with risk from places you couldn't even comprehend. You would never even think that this would happen to you. You never think that you would be blessed so much with the amount of wealth that you're getting and so on and so forth. But Allah Subhana Allah blesses you. How, why? How is it even possible? You had taqwa in a wa subhanho wa Taala. So coming back to this idea, there is no harm in riches for the one who has it. If someone is pious, there is

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no issue with being wealthy whatsoever, because that person inshallah will use that wealth towards what is right and what is true. Look at the man on the long run, man even

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abubaker are the De La Hoya and these were super wealthy, super wealthy companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and even before that, and before them, and their wealth hudy General de la junta was extremely, extremely wealthy. Right, extremely wealthy. She hired the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was working for her he was traveling, taking the caravan down to Syria. Can you imagine our Prophet and Messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam. When we think of it nowadays, I think we lose focus as to the fact that he was a human being that needed to earn for his family as well. We think that Oh Allah must have provided for him and that's it on us. Yeah, we know examples of

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when a love provided for them in an abundant amount of Baraka being placed in milk or being placed in the food and stuff like that. But the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam still needed to earn, he still needed to earn.

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And so there's nothing wrong with being rich and wealthy. As long as you have Taqwa. And he continues to say, and health is better for the one who has piety Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar. Can wealth by health

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might buy some comforts, but isn't necessarily by health.

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we could say that

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it's been a long day,

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we could say that

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wealth can provide better health care, maybe.

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But I know someone who had so much wealth that the wealth was not an issue.

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And they were in the hospital grappling for oxygen.

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Right? This was years ago. So and I know from, you know, Malaysia, who had lots and lots of wealth coming through the law, Allah blessed her with lots of wealth, and she could pay for her hospitalization and more.

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when you are in a situation where you have so much wealth that you can get the health care you need, but your body doesn't accept that health care.

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hamdulillah you know, Alhamdulillah,

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you can pay to get health care beyond belief. And trust me, I know that here in Canada, the health care we get, especially when someone's in a critical condition is worth not 10s of 1000s, hundreds of 1000s of dollars.

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And trust me, I know this, an hour and a half ago, I was in the ICU, I was in the intensive care unit. You know, visiting patients

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actually was hoping that I would get home in time to do this. To have this class.

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I was called in there's two patients may Allah subhana wa tada Have mercy on them, and grant them the best of this dunya and the best of the Afghan remove their pain and struggling and ease, ease ease their difficulty.

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I was I was asked to come in, because of these two families. And

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one of the, one of the patients that I went to see

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who I had been seeing, I actually have been visiting these patients for the last couple of weeks. But so Pamela, the the amount of machinery, the amount of technology, the amount of health care that is being provided, not only in terms of technology, but in terms of humans, doctors, nurses, caregivers, right.

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Even even someone coming in and cleaning the floor, right cleaning the floor, picking up garbage and you know, sanitizing the bed and the doors and walls and, and stuff like that How to law with the amount of the amount of technology and the wealth that has gone into that kind of healthcare, you would think to yourself that it's a no brainer, if this much money this much wealth is being spent, then for sure someone should be able to survive, but that's in the hands of Allah subhana wa tada it isn't in our heads. And so when I was there in the ICU, I was, you know, reciting Quran and one of the patients

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and I was looking, you know, at the amount of devices that was that were connected to him.

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I was thinking to myself, so hon Allah Subhana Allah

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Subhana Allah, because as I was reciting the Quran,

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one of the monitors started to beep and I know which one because I've been in the hospital so much now, actually, can you figure things out? And so one of the one of the monitors started to beep and I know it's nothing, you know, urgent, the nurse will just come in and deactivate it and walk out and that's exactly what happened a few seconds later. But when beeped, I started to think to myself, about the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And how when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam or the Sahaba of the A lot of them were sick in the hospital, not in the hospital in their homes, sorry, when they were sick, and they'd be laying there. Nobody, nobody had the technology at

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that time. To see real time, heart palpitations. To see real time, you know, beeping or oxygen level or, you know, breathing. Inhale, exhale, inhale, exhale. Nowadays, you can actually just watch that screen and know Okay, this person just inhaled their heart just beat here. Okay, now this is happening that's happening. So Pamela, and when you think of the wealth that is needed,

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For the health care that we get here in Canada,

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it just boggles the mind. And it's a blessing from Allah subhana wa tada that we need to be thankful for, we really, really need to be thankful for, you know, like a machine that

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doing that for someone's lungs, with a tube going in their mouth and then doing

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for their legs and for their arms and for the bed. And every now and then some handle every couple of hours, some hospital beds, right?

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Air is injected in one area to shift the patient so that they move from one side to the other and they don't get bed sores, right. So the patient gets to move around, and it's air. There's an air cushion underneath them. it inflates it deflates and so on. So Panama, Panama, look at the technology, right?

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from Allah subhana wa Tada. What does the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say, and health is better for the one who has piety? What did you just finish saying? It's okay to be rich if you have Taqwa. But it's better to be healthy.

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When you have Taqwa.

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So you can be rich. But even though you're extremely wealthy, we're talking about extremely wealthy, right?

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Having that health, no one can replace. We ask Allah subhana wa tada to strengthen every single one of us and grant us good health. And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam concludes and says tranquility of the soul is a form of blessing. tranquility of the soul is a form of blessing. We ask Allah subhana wa tada to grant us tranquility of the soul

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In a lot. Right, that tranquil saw a local call out to the tranquil saw

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calling that person who has the soul the tranquil soul. Give him Jerry a big hero.

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Do Huni fi or anybody

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what to do who need

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it. So lots of hanaway. Tyler calls out to the tranquil soul. Enter your paradise for the holy fear. The word the Holy jannetty right enter into my paradise the paradise that Allah Subhana Allah created for us, we think of our paradise like oh, it's mine is mine. I'm greedy, Allah created it. For us. It belongs even paradise belongs to a loss of Hannah, what's that? Now I'll make it easy for every single one of us to be wealthy, to be healthy, and to be at ease with a law and happy with the color, the decree of Allah subhanaw taala please do remember our brothers and sisters who are in the hospital, you know, make do out for them. So kind of like I shared this before, and I'm going to

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share it again.

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If anyone has any family members here in the Milton District Hospital,

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who who are there who are admitted and you would like me to go visit them, just let me know in sha Allah, that's what I do.

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I feel I was on the phone with a brother coming home from the hospital I was returning someone's called. And I was explaining to him how I feel like it's a huge Amana it's a huge responsibility on my shoulders. Because at this point in time due to COVID many people are not allowed to go into the hospital family members are not allowed to go in and to be with their loved ones in the hospital. And it's really really hard for the staff like for them to, to be there with with our our family members, our brothers and sisters, you know, to give them that care and that that support that they need. Of course they're there for that, but it's hard for them.

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To see that they want to be with their family and they can't be with them. So I feel this huge responsibility, you know, to go in to the hospital, visit these patients every single day if I can. Right so

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again, you know anyone has any family members that are there in the hospital, then please do feel free to reach out and let me know and I'll pay them a visit, spend some time with them or

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you know, talk to them just talking sometimes helps out a lot. You know, they're not seeing a doctor or a nurse to seeing someone else, especially if they know me from the community helps out a lot more as well. You know, they feel so much better that someone came to see them that their family members sent them a loss plan with Allah make it easy. I mean,

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we'll take a couple more things in sha Allah.

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encouragement to be moderate in seeking livelihood, encouragement to be moderate in seeking livelihood. Job, even Abdullah narrated of the alohar and narrated that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, all people, fear of law, an act properly and good in seeking wealth in seeking wealth right? For a soul will not die until it exhausts its sustenance. That which was decreed by Allah, even if it is slow incoming. Fear Allah, an act properly in seeking wealth by taking what is permissible and leaving what is forbidden.

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Okay, that's an absolutely

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Yes, I'm remembering I'm seeing what brother sent me is writing for this meeting. I remember you told me you're a nurse, may Allah make it easy for you as well. I've never seen hospital staff so broken than they are today. In fact, I was talking to one of the hospital board members today. And I was telling him I said, I haven't seen the staff this down ever Subhana Allah, may Allah make it easy. It's so interesting, because we're talking about business transactions Buying and selling. And for some reason, we still veer off into talking about health. And that's because as much as we chase after health in this dunya, Allah subhanho wa Taala teaches us, you might think that you're going to

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be happy with where you're at in terms of health, because you can be the wealthiest person and you're still not happy, you're still not happy, right? But if you're the healthiest person on earth, Alhamdulillah doesn't matter if you don't have much wealth, right.

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In fact, usually people who are healthy are a lot happier as well, in the sense that like, you know, I think of some elderly people that I know.

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some elderly people that I know that are really old, but live very simply. They're so happy, you know, they have some health and they've been blessed with health that goes beyond the health of other people because they live in good health for many years. Like my my roommate in Medina, his father is now 114 I think he may have turned 115 now, so some how to lie It's like

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it's it's amazing to see how old he is 114 years old, but still super happy. super happy. Right? So dad out of the narrative that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said all people fear a lot and act properly and goodly in your wealth for a soul will not die until it exhausts its sustenance. Right. So what we are meant to earn, we will live until we earn and we spend what we're supposed to and then we will leave this world, right? It's not dependent upon it, but it is something that is there in terms of our creation and who we are. Even if it is slow, incoming right slow in earning, okay. Fear alone act properly in seeking wealth by taking what is permissible and leaving what is

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forbidden. May Allah Subhana Allah, allow us to take what is permissible and leave off what is impermissible? I think we'll end there for today in sha Allah.

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Let me just take note of where we're ending.

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anyone has any questions, feel free to type it in? I know I saw some there. But I just wasn't able to read it at the time. So I'll go back and check them in sha Allah

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Um, if any of you have any questions, feel free to type them in. Okay.

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Sweetie, so sometimes.

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So one thing that

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Steph has to be the last person that he said and

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I make it easy.

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Submit if you want to ask, you can ask now unless you want to ask me privately later on.

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I'm doing good, Zach Hello, Hayden. We miss seeing you and you're and listening to your hope as a laid back freak, I miss seeing the whole community as well.

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Samir says health is wealth, Allahu Akbar. Very true.

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The most important question is, how are you humble? I'm doing good. What

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are you back seek? What is this mistake with respect to end of life care or life support? I'm actually

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really interesting.

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There's a,

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like a long term care facility that actually reached out to me to make a video on that, to teach people about it, especially at their facility. So

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what is it stems take with respect to end of life care or life support. With regards to life support, specifically,

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it's permissible to use for a specific amount of time, as in, a person should not remain on it, right? A person should not remain on it indefinitely.

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It's been a long day. So

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I like to follow the opinion of the scholars in Malaysia was seemed to be very balanced. You know, they they did a lot of research on this. And generally, they say life support for three days after three days of the law hamesha fan. So if someone is on life support for some time, you know, what happens eventually is a patient can remain on life support for quite some time, especially here in Canada, where it's free, in terms of the health care. In some countries where you have to pay for it, you can only receive that health care up until your insurance runs out, or your coverage, your health benefit coverage runs out. And that actually happened to one of my professors when I was in

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Malaysia, a good friend of ours. In fact, his two sons were very close friends of mine

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will say even potato, and their father was one of our professors at the university in Malaysia at the Assam at university, and he had a heart attack one night, his son Hussein brought him in, he had a heart attack, and he was in a coma. So Pamela, it was like, you know, it comes to the point where

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when the insurance runs out, or the benefit coverage runs out, the hospital says, Well, what are you going to do now? Are you going to pay, if you're going to pay, we can continue treatment, if you're not going to pay, then we're gonna have to remove the devices. It's a sad reality, but it's life. Its life. We ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to make it easy. And with regards to end of life care, I mean, there's a lot of things that we can talk about with regards to end of life care, let's try and keep it you know, business transaction related, but I do like the questions that are not on topic all the time. So end of life, support or care.

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You know, there's there's various different ways of end of life care. It could just mean you know, nurses looking after caretakers or family and stuff like that.

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You know, if anyone has any specific question, then we can get into specifics.

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Generally, I think I've asked answered the question.

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A question there that some people might want to ask as well or might want to know, with regards to end of life care, there's this thing known as a DNR right Do Not Resuscitate.

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So when it comes to a DNR when it comes to being asked, should I sign a Do Not Resuscitate certificate. That means that if your loved one is in

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hospital and has a traumatic episode.

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Or you know, something happens where they need to revive the person or, you know, resuscitate, you know, let's say their heart fails or something happens. If that document is signed, then they will not resuscitate, then they will not do anything, they will basically just treat them or sue them, you know, with whatever painkillers are needed, in order to allow them to leave this world.

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we actually see that in our Dean abubaker of the law and, you know, focuses on this from sort of Baccarat that Allah subhana wa Taala is in charge of lies in control. And

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at an older age, it's up to the person if they want to continue to receive health care or they want to simply let the will of Allah subhanho wa Taala take place and everything is the plan of Allah. But what is meant there is like, I will accept what Allah has has has brought to me and I will leave this world in this condition, right? So we ask Allah subhana wa Taala to make it easy for every single one of us not to be in difficult situations. And to also not make our family members go through hardship and difficulty and suffering as well. Because it's not easy.

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This class was on business transactions and here we are talking about

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under undiscovered is about metal awesome panel boy Tatiana,

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forgive your grandmother, bless her.

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Make her grave a wide open sweet scented garden of Paradise and loss of power with Allah grant us and and soothe your, your, your your pain.

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It's definitely not easy in any lottery winner, you know, you're on

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your way, there's other hospitals as well. So I'm only here within the Holton areas

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to go to

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a couple of other hospitals by request within the whole Alton region. And the hospital that I have full access to is Milton district. So if it's in Milton Hamdulillah, if it's in the Halton Region like Oakville, Burlington, then you could request for me to come out there and I'll come out there just put a request through with the chaplains

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or spiritual care. And

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if it is, any other hospital, you could put a request through the hospital. Or you could simply reach out to me I'm

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one to go out of my way I've gone as far as all the way downtown to see patients in the hospital. The only thing is right now with COVID-19.

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I'm not able to go into other hospitals unless I have clearance. Whereas here in Milton, because I have clearance I can go to any area of the hospital at any time of day or night.

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it's a bit challenging if I need to go to any other hospital at this point in time due to COVID. But regular times it's something that's doable. Any other questions from anyone?

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So we have no worries, man, you can ask me any time.

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No need to apologize ever. I don't see anything for you to apologize for to be honest.

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So if no one has any more questions, we will end the class in sha Allah and you give me permission to begin my day off even though tomorrow morning at the prison.

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Somehow Allah.

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Allah make it easy for everyone.

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I'll see all of you soon, just like a little haven for attending barakallahu li con

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ceramica llamo will be handed

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in antenna still federal Gov today smilla rahmanir rahim on our city in aliens and Illallah Deena Herman, where I'm in a slightly higher tea with the Wasabi Wasabi summer or some long spell Mr. Burkett and Amina Mohammed

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Salim cenomar and any commodity to lie or better cattle.