145 Modern medicine proves that the heart is the seat of cons

Faaik Gamieldien


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145 Modern medicine proves that the heart is the seat of cons

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la Himanshu Christina sejahtera Marina, Mayor de la forma de la la, la la, la la

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la la la la la la sharika wanna shadow? Mohammed Abdullah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallahu alayhi wa early he was heavy woman died without what he lived with him and my bad blood brothers and sisters in Islam Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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allows to 100 Allah says,

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in a hadith could you see

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the difference between the Hadith could see

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and the Hadith nabawi is that Hades nabawi, or the Hadith, which the NaVi Salam said, the words that he uttered the Hadees, which we quote, from the Nagisa Salaam,

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are the words

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and meaning both come from the NaVi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He could see his way the words

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is from the resource alone, but the meaning comes from our last parameter. So when we say when we quote Heidi's policy, we say all allow azzawajal allows Honduras said allows her the law says this Hadith, Maya was on the wall last summer he was working was he and he called Bob Dylan

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allows the series in this hidey hole to see

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the earth which I created.

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And the heavens which I created cannot contain me.

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Because we know that versus the earth in the heavens that they cannot contain Wallachian was the idea called bog the moment

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but the heart of a true believer can contain me.

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Since I first read this Hadith, many, many, many, many years ago, up till today, I'm still trying to understand what this hadith really means.

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And the issue which I want to speak about today

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is the issue of consciousness.

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Do we think with our hearts or do we think with our minds?

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If we say that we think with our minds, the consciousness is in our brain?

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Then why is it that allows wahana thought in the Quran always refers to the heart down to the brain. There's not a single reference in the Quran to the brain. When Allah swana talks about revelation coming to the Navy salatu salam allows Pamela says he came to the alcohol

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alcohol be nervous masala came to the heart of the Navy Seal of law.

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Well marketable for tomorrow allows Pamela says when the Navy window Neeraj what is hot so what is not what is hot, hot and so too different. So they say w what is hot so was what he really saw. He never liked what is hot other words allows for analysis on Mirage, maybe didn't see with his eyes he saw these hot

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and further than Allah says in the Quran in surah

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Salam I think seventh

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allows Allah says la home Kowloon la Kahuna via they have hearts. But they don't think with a heart they can't think with their hearts.

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What have I known? liable sooner they have their eyes but they don't see

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the harm done. Law is not only their ears, but they don't hear

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unless they are like animals.

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They just live on the joy the world their hearts are dead. The ears are dead in the eyes a day.

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So why then the question remains Where is our consciousness if the if the Quran continuously refer to the heart, there are many names for heart.

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In Arabic, for this one of the names for heart different names are lost hardly uses for heart and art is always the central

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body part that is mentioned both in their Hadees and in the Quran when it comes to consciousness when it comes to thought.

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The physical art that we know that we all have Alhamdulillah

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palms about 40 million times a year. So Paloma, this art that we take for granted. We only notice the odd when when it tries to stop

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When sunblock is then we notice the heart. I don't think anybody today since you got up this morning thought about your heart, and he got a heart problem. So the article says 40 million in your lifespan in an average lifespan of a human being the odd pulsated. Three, about 3 billion times SubhanAllah. 3 million times as hard pulsates. And it pumps about 160 liters of blood every hour through your body.

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And this amazing art, which allows for 100 created,

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pumps evidence effortlessly, doesn't need electricity to pump it. It doesn't need an engineer to set it right. It pumps by itself, without the being ever conscious of the heart pumping.

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We now know and modern research, of course tells us a lot more about the heart. And we knew before. We now know that the heart pumps even before the nervous system in the fetus. When it's in the mother's womb, before that little baby has a nervous system, as a spine and whatever else it needs to have a nervous system. The first thing that is comes alive in that baby is the heart starts pumping.

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And I always say to people, we will always say you know, somebody died. And the first question we asked is how did the person die? We want to know the person died. And I always says there's one answer for everybody. everybody's heart stops when you die. Doesn't matter what illness you have. You cannot live somebody says How did he die says

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you can't be alive when your heart is still beating, everybody's art has to stop. So in the features

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physically, your life begins in your fetus by your heart, starting to pump and it stops when your heart stops pumping.

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In Arabic there is a science. Now the word for heart that is used most commonly is the word called.

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And you have to say it properly because if you say curl to the calf, then it means dog.

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And I say this because I want you to know how important it is to say the off.

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It's not Kasim

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Kasim has no meaning in

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A bill was about him. He was the father of cotton. So if you say cattle, you say, if you say to your wife, tell me. You say my dog.

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If you say to our lb you say my heart. So it's very important and what

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is the heart? And there are there are sciences that deal with these letters, you know Arabic as letters, I mean, I call this cough lamba.

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And, like alum, you can change the word, the latest of Elam to Amman, I mean to I name lamb. And lm is knowledge and amorous action. And you can see that these words just by changing the letters around gives you a system meaning of the word because you can't have ama without actually memorize it said I am Aloo Bella I imagine

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that amyl action without knowledge is madness.

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I mean, if you want to do a Syrian section on a woman and you have no idea of how to do it, it's madness. You're going to kill the woman.

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And Allah

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without knowledge cannot be This is impossible. How can I explain this live learning and do nothing with it? So the two these two go to the island and I'ma go together. And so

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we find that Imam Shafi Rahim Allah

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is probably one of the few great scholars that we have in our heritage that has placed a great emphasis on the heart.

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And in which context we do this, he did it in the context of nia. Emma Michelle has an obsession with Nia I can almost say the only mother of the four that there is a complete obsession with me and we know that Sharpies know that for everything there is a need for everything you do there's a need for every Salah there's a need. When you take a shower we take about the house of Disney differently for small was the way to refer

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at Barry and Jamil by Danny

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Lee lightoller when we take a bath from sexual relations, we say Oh Allah take away from us the big

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impurities. And if it's not from a sexual contact, then we just say from small impurities when we're going to the bathroom. alama in our own

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people forget we don't teach the children the more Allah we take refuge in the from the male and female Shariati. Everything with Salah Nia, the things that you learn when you go to madrasa in the old days was all about vintage.

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And when I grew up and I started studying and I started reading, and I realized that

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Mr. Musharraf is in fact Mr. shelf, he was so concerned with Nia in his in his own the book that he wrote, he says

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the Nia Muslim 13 and

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then the Nia must be connected to the act.

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Fine, Tara Hannah Sumi. azmin

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chavi says, if the Nia is not connected directly with the act, then that is not considered to be a Nia it's considered just to be an intention.

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Just something to say. In other words, if you take Who do you have to say that Nia when the water touches your face, not before not after, you must say no way to follow the will do and the water must touch your face.

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Similarly with a nice fella you might say no way to suddenly not no way to sell it and then no No, no way to suddenly follow the celebrity Juma light aroma.

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today and, and and there was a time in my life when I when I trivialized these intakes because I realized that normal Aviva says

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you know you when you leave your house for Juma you make Nia at home to make Juma you don't have to repeat the name the Magister a lot

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and many of these names is not in the other mother saying the way to Sonata Ludo washing the hands.

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Not to be fun.

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But everyone agrees of the scholars agree that the the the the seat the cushy of the near the seat of the NEA is in the heart.

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Even if you don't say the NEA with the tongue, the NEA has been the heart not in the mind. Mind you again. Wait, where do they say the knee is in the heart.

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But we know that it's in the mind. I mean you've got your back near with your heart Your back near with your mind. So we need to today unravel this conundrum of where does the reset What is that? We actually is the center of the body. What is the center of the body?

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And of course the very famous Hadith

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of the Nabi sallallahu wasallam. The first one which is quoted in Imam Bukhari.

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Sahih al Bukhari narrated by honorable satara de la de la with an evisa salam says and you know the Hadith everybody knows the hari enamul Amma Albania

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we're in America lemare MANOVA in Milan, Albania, that all the actions of men

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is caused by an intention or is accompanied by an intention depending how you want to translate.

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Men does not act unless he intends to do something

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you cannot say like Pistorius Pretorius which is nine

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I have no intention

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if he appeared in front of the car the

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in a Muslim court the court he would have said to him profits are seldom said in them and

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every action as an intention you complete the court Muslim portable said I killed him but i didn't i really i had no intention at all there was no My heart was clean my brain was clean everything was clear

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in Nam Alana urbini. So every action must have an intention.

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Why in Nevada culinary MANOVA.

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And judgment of a man both in this world and the year after will be judged in accordance with his intention Allah founder is going to say to you in depth Yama.

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You went to Juma every Friday.

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Or you did this or you went for hygiene for Amara, you gave sadaqa

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but I today will look at your intention.

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And I will judge you a continuing tidge

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in the dounia.

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You may have judged yourself by the number of things you did, but not by our last parameter. We're in America lemare in Manoa, Furman kinda deja de la la hora suli for hegira to La la hora suit. And when I became an example, he said,

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so a person who makes ijarah who emigrates from his country leaves his land of birth.

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He leaves it for the sake of Allah and His Messenger for hegira to Allah Allah He was then he will get the reward of a person who has made this country for the sake of our ladies message.

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One on Canada hegira to Isla de Nino Cebu ha Oh Emirate in Yankee haha for hegira to Illa Mahajan.

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But if you leave your country to go and marry a woman somewhere else, then you will get the reward not that you've gone in the path of Allah or you have gone in the path of the NaVi Salam you have gone to that was your intention, you're gone some way to marry a woman. And that is the reward you will get for doing just that.

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Which means everything you do, you will get a reward for you can't mix up intentions, you have an intention to do something, you've been rewarded for that something that you've done.

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So for a long time, I believe that the heart actually means the brain.

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And, of course, the books of philosophy and things that we study, things that we read, make us believe like that.

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And not Muslims, of course believe like that. for them. The seat of consciousness is the brain, the brain thinks the brain decides the brain intends.

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But Allah says long, proven life, Kannada. They don't. They've got arts, but I don't think we're the heart. Now let's say you must think with your heart. If you've got a heart, you must think with your heart.

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And what do we say? We say, don't think with your heart, think with your brain. You think with your emotional, you think with your heart, you're going to be misguided, you must think with your brain, but use your brain otherwise, you must rise above the emotion of the heart and think what the brain allows them to see is no mistake with the heart.

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People who do martial arts,

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people who teach martial arts know that if you cut up the carotid artery is two arteries and run from the heart. Another doctor, I read up all these things.

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There are two arteries that run carotid arteries run from the heart advanced one to the neck and one to the brain. And in a martial arts expert will tell you that if you want to eat if you want to

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hit a man unconscious, if you stop the blood in his carotid artery with Nick, he will fall unconscious if you know what to do. You've seen what he's that famous Chinese actor

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Bruce Lee, therefore these tactics that took the two fingers in your in your neck and then you follow and it can be done.

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You close up that flow of blood going from the from the heart to the brain, you can become unconscious.

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So why do you become unconscious? Because you can't have the source of consciousness and the source of your consciousness is the heart. Once you stop the blood coming from the heart of the brain, you switch your brain off, your consciousness goes, you're gone, you're unconscious, you don't think anymore.

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So without the heart, there is no consciousness.

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And we now know in the 20th century, and this is the discovery of the way the Germans discovered this called atrium, those of doctors who know this atrium peptides, hmm peptides and amino acids that you find in the heart.

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And you've learned this in high school if you did physical science, change of a minor as they found in the heart, that in fact

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is it communicates with your brain. These are minor it is not communications is direct communication between art and so it's not just blood that goes from the heart to the brain. There is a communication that goes on between the heart and the brain. So Pamela, and this is only now being discovered in the 20th century. So how many things don't we know about the heart

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and on the basis of our lack of knowledge, we make certain deductions and therefore we need always to put our faith in the Koran the Quran is always right. Although we may think they may be Allah mean that no Allah means exactly what he says.

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I mean, we have doctors that look at one straight

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across from me now. But I'm sure you'd agree with me that they're very, very little the doctors actually know about the human body.

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I mean, doctors know that that the how of the human body.

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When we should ask the doctor the why for human body they don't take action for example, accident is a is a most commonly

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common drug that doctors give to everybody for pain for this for them.

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But ask a doctor how it works, how it works you up to the division it works. They know it works. But how it works, they don't know.

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And so you ask a doctor, why did Allah why did why does that? Why did Allah give God a beat?

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Why does the heartbeat

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What is that?

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lub dub lub dub lub dub that's, that's the way that I loved that lub dub lub dub, what is that why didn't

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do something else with or too close to the body and in many ways that are can be, can be pumped to the body I'm sure but why they allow give the other beat it goes it contracts and expands it contracts and expands because if you take a stethoscope

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and you put it on your heart, even your own heart or somebody else's heart you distinctly yeah the sound that the heart makes the sound louder. That's a very dull sound. If you really hear the sound of the heart, you will hear the heart say, Allah. Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, that's the sound of the heart.

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It's all law, law, and no other

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name of God can make that sound only Allah, Allah Allah. And this is why the two names are two names that Allah has called carbon and basit COVID, Visa one contracts, and boss it means the one who expands. So Allah subhanaw taala is both his contract and explained in many ways our last one the contracts the universe, Allah makes it small, and Allah makes it grow. There was a time when the universe contracted because we now know that the Quran tells us before science told us that this universe that we live in is expanding. It's getting bigger and bigger and bigger. And that is in the Quran.

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And who only knows that only allows piloten. So Allah founder has given us a beat for no other reason, just not because it beats but because the heart is the only organ in the body that knows a lot.

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It is conscious of a loss Hunter, it makes the vicar of a loss hunter a 24 seven, if it stops, that's it, at the end of it, so

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along to Angela made this bit

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of contraction expansion

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to show us where the crux of the man lies. And when faith lies and we consciousness lies in the heart.

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And when we are tainted with adonia the heart dies, he dies of spiritual death.

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We are not concerned about the condition of the heart is like if you if you don't look after your heart properly from a physical point of view you die

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if you continuously eating all the foods that we eat today, if you continuously eating McDonald's and you continuously eating

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KFC when your wife is in looking in your children on there to tell you, Daddy don't eat that. When you're out on your own. You suddenly run into KFC, you have a quick KFC and you come out again you lick your lips and you say there was no by letter. Meanwhile, you're doing such a great injustice to your body.

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And I mean I I mean I lived in Pakistan for for three years. And the base food that everybody eats says reach a party. A party is just

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you know

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there's not even return. It's the stuff that comes off it when you call it the Yeah, then it just put together and you put on the fine eaters and Tao darlin darlin an extremely healthy food. I mean, I was at my office when I was there I always thought I was outside because I was studying Dean was not about that. It was more about the diet that it was eating that you know darlin and chappati actually, when I studied in Egypt for a couple of years, they also everybody eats what food and tamaya we beans and we eat tamaya is a falafel What do you call what we call falafel? And everybody eats that everybody has breakfast on that? And Baladi bread white flatbread and everybody had ice

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there three times a day.

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Different kinds have been I mean, the same been a soya bean sometimes and made into a mensen covered with olive oil, but of giratina so forth and so on. But you could actually eat that three times it has the healthiest food. I mean today in in the Arab world, the kings and queens Eat eat food and Tama in the morning for breakfast, everybody. Wherever you go in the in the airport, they will give it to you for breakfast. So that is how these people look after the after your boss or you look after you

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body and similarly, your heart needs that kind of good food to spiritually also survive.

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And we must realize that

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way now I bada is dead the heart dies.

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If I read the history and I read the lives of

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the people of old

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there is a distinct difference between them and us.

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I think maybe for the last 300 or 400 years Muslims in the world have gotten in what is called autopilot.

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And we invented autopilot before the

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aircraft engineers invented we invented it first Muslims invented

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autopilot. What is autopilot autopilot is that when the plane is right up in the air, the pilot switches he clicks the switch and then he goes to sleep.

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Yeah, no major surprise if you should open a cockpit door. at 50,000 feet up in the air. You'll find that palace snoring in a seat you get a shock of your life you get a heart attack.

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But they know what they're doing. So you know those bodies don't set up for seven, eight hours looking out of that little window into the dark sky. No, they put an autopilot and then they go and sleep. So so don't go and open that pilot door because you'll get artifacts so most things are the same Muslims go on autopilot go on autopilot. So we might go into Salah. And then our five minutes later we say shoo Emma making Arsenal do it. If I made four cats or three cards, where am I Subhana Allah.

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this is when the heart dies.

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I mean, segnale karma lohja when he was making Salah, he was he was in battle and he was in wounded by an arrow or went right through his right through his leg. And every time they wanted to take it out every every time they touch the arrow, he shouted in pain us it was painful. I mean, you know that so many times to take a splint out of your finger, your mother, your father, you the wife, and you say, don't you know?

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And he said to him, wait,

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and they brought said Bring me some water to Moodle. And he went into serani say when I mean should you take out the arrow so he went to make the law when he was in June, they took the air out and he didn't even flinch. Not a sound

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because when Institute you're supposed to be in direct communication with a loss when installed, I suppose to cut yourself off from the world. You suppose to be unconscious of what happens around you? No, no autopilot. That's something different. You're not supposed to be in touch with the world. But we are and you know I I mean, I am a human being, you know,

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most of my life when I made salad was Did I make a record and I always told myself now that I'm older I just tell myself nowadays to tell myself well, you all you forget, but I discovered new and it wasn't about forgetting. I wasn't forgetting that I didn't make forecasts. I wasn't forgetting because I wasn't concentrating my heart wasn't where it was supposed to be. I realized I could train out to retrain my heart

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to find itself in its Halla mode there are now with allows peloton

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because why did I forget other things I don't forget how to drive home I don't forget to stop with a robot I don't forget these things. Why should I forget how many

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because my my heart wasn't functioning at its optimal level. In other words

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the near that I made wasn't strong enough and that's why I agree with him um Sheffield complete an absolutely

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that the NEA grounds you in what you're going to do if you say no way to suddenly fall of the third Jumeirah, Kartini muscular capability and delighted so why might you say all those words, but every word connects you to our last panel. And then the final word that you say Lila tala. You say I'm doing this and I'm saying this for the sake of our laws,

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but if you just say Allahu Akbar, on our way to father, Allahu Akbar Are you teach your children it's okay you know, it's in your heart. You don't have to say anything.

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One can see the difference between them. And one can see why the Nagisa Salam emphasized the importance of of intention.

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I mean, people come to the to the Juma five minutes into the gym and honestly.

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So I always say, well, the machine is awake.

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He's tired. Now look around and see also the people don't work. They also

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I know that

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and the people who fall asleep are the people I normally meet. And they say to me, Oh, sure, he will enjoy your job or, you know,

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you know, you always learn something when you come to Juma, you know, and I say, Yes, brother.

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You must have extrasensory perception,

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because I noticed that you sleep most of the time when I speak. So what are you learning that Yama

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and we fall asleep, not because we tired, we fall asleep because we come with an intention to fall asleep.

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We say to ourselves, ah, Juma way from the world, relax, you know, find myself a nice spot, you know, and doze off.

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So we do, and it's a reflection of the heart. You don't doze off in the cinema, setting three hours watching a movie, unless you're like 79 years old.

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But because why do you feel because you intentionally come to tell yourself, I am going to show you tell yourself, I'm old. Therefore, I'm entitled to fall asleep Since when is that? Since when I am entitled to fall asleep in the drama, it's all about the training of the heart. And that is why the episodes sell on set. And as soon as a man by the Manchester to do maybe said, people are sleeping, and when they die, they wake up

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when reality strikes all of us alike.

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And alika Ramallah Jesse nalli, who was a philosopher par excellence, very deep thinker,

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the, the cousin and son in law, the nebula some very, very high status. He was once asked, you know, but he was asked what what is what is this creation? What is this dunya that we look and we see, we see an agenda, we see the trees, and we see the light, and we see people and we see movement, and we see everything, what is this creation,

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I was they knew that they were going to get an answer from him that they didn't get from anybody else.

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And Synology, this creation,

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becomes visible to us.

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by the light of Allah.

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He says, without the light of our law,

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we will not be able to say anything. And then he made he gave an example, he said,

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The A is filled with dust,

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isn't it,

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but we don't see it. When do we see it, you can see it when you sitting at the window and the sun shines through the window, and you've just swept your carpet. And in the light of the sun, you can see the dust particles,

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see the dust particles. And you can only see those fine dust particles by the light that allows them to shine chomp on that part of the world. And he says scenario he says so the light of Allah the gift of sight.

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sight is a gift from our last panel. It's called basura in the Quran.

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That was the heart sees

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and allows the handler exploits the art in a very special place in the body is based on the sternum one of the strongest body bones If not, the strongest doctors will no bone in the body, and then all of the rib cage around it to protect it. That is the protection of laws from is given to the heart.

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And the groin.

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That's also very important organ of the body is completely unprotected. In fact, again, martial arts experts will tell you when you take a man down, you go for his groin,

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he they never tell you him on his heart, they say kick him in the groin, and he will go down. So a lot of time that is protected this and by that protection by the powerful protection of our laws, handle all those formulas tells us how important the heart is for us.

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And then it says Alan said, Phil called me in the heart is a piece of flesh is a solid hot sauce is it if that piece of flesh is sound, and undamaged, the whole body will be solid and damaged. But if that piece of flesh

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inside the heart is damaged,

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then the whole body's done. Why because the heart pumps the blood to every single cell in the body. That 160 liters of blood goes through a body reaches every single cell in the body. So panel.

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So if we if we re and we have to recognize this first, they must first be recognition that my heart is dead.

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I sleep in the Juma

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I can't remember I'm in the ricotta me right

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I just come on a Friday to the machine. I have no inclination to come at any other time.

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Further asleep.

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Wednesday evenings when I must come and learn the Dean of Alzheimer's his fault.

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I have other things to do. Many other things to do. And I always say, most of the things you have to do is in Nigeria to come to school, wherever you are, which a med school you go, if you're going to go on a Monday night, you will find the Cheeto pipe, make all your appointments on a Monday night. Or it'll all be taken on Monday night, or the women will always have nothing to wear on a Monday night. Oh, and always come late from work on a Monday night. Or we'll be stuck in traffic on a Monday night.

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Monday night, if it's a Wednesday night the same?

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If it's a Thursday night, the same.

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So you need to realize, first of all, there's something wrong with us.

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And what do you do when you you make that recognition?

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There's some things where and how do we know that the heart is dead? How do we know? Because you might say are you talking like that, but you know, my heart is alive. I think about all day every day and I'm very God conscious and Allah conscious.

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But there was a recognition of why the what when your heart is dead. The first is

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that you find it difficult to cry, to weep.

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You find difficulty in shedding tears.

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When I say *tiest I don't mean cry in front of your children or cry in front of your husband or crying when your father dies or something I'm talking about death penalty.

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I'm talking about crying when you're alone.

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And you recognize who you are, what your what your what you've done, what you haven't done and what we should be and where you shouldn't be. And then you share it here

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that kind of weeping.

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you know your heart is dead. When you listen to the Quran and there's no effect on you. In fact,

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you know, your heart is completely dead, like a dead battery. You know, in the old days, the batteries went completely dead.

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You have to feed that battery water all the time.

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So when these are completely dead, it's completely dead when you year the Quran.

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You don't listen to the Quran, you speak when the Quran is read.

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You make a noise when the Quran is read, or you put on your dukey on when the Quran is read. Or you read the Quran like you're waiting when your daughter gets married her son gets married then you read the Polish insult to the lesson itself. To read the Quran in the crowd of people that are dressed in half naked is an insult to a loss you should not read the Quran in such gatherings

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What do you think of the Quran? The Quran is a song that you can think of any gathering any way we want to

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this is how we treat the Quran is beautiful words of our last Ramadan

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that's why I very seldom go to receptions I there has to be somebody that's my brother or my sisters, I don't go

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because of the things that we do that we treat our D.

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So, they suddenly now we have to have somebody to read even if the person that is back to front

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use read anybody can come and read before people used to is something you can read now does it take something out of the crowd and say kabocha power as by the way the guy who makes the speech he they tell him 10 days before the time so you can prepare a speech sometimes, but sometimes the guy has to make the Dow or Indian the the crisis one of the crowd come up. So be careful what you do the capability to

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become because the Quraysh they used to say to the people

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lattice now the other one

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they used to tell each other don't listen to the para. Well hopefully make a noise when the Quran is read, disregard the Quran.

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So, at least we should

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have respect for the book.

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Our fathers and their fathers, they may not have understood the book. There was great respect for the Quran.

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And at least we get this feedback from

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you know if if you if you your daughter's getting married, half the women in the room is half naked, including the bride. What Baraka can be then reading anything.

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You can read our karate no barakato your daughter sitting on the stage is naked, but you want the Quran to be what kind of hypocrisy is the hypocrisy. Nothing less nothing more than hypocrisy.

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And don't ask me to be part of that hypocrisy. I can't. I refuse.

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To be part of the country, we must learn these things. We need to come right.

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As most as you have to come, right? If you see if you are the organizer of that waiting and you see that, you should say, No, I'm not going to ask anybody to return. Not here, not in this country. Not now. Make it to audience, but for now, covering it. And when the forum is finished, what do we do?

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Which is worse than anything? What do we do? We put the music as loud as we can. And not any kind of music music about making love.

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And this and that all kinds of supanova

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and everybody's happy.

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No artists crying, everybody's very happy.

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Just listen to the words of Allah. Now he listened to the worst of the worst.

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People who sing these songs about sex and love.

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I mean, really not. So if you want to play music, please men.

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And you know, they play the worst music when there's two people who was good was just fulfill the two of them every so often. They walk into this room and what kind of music do they play the worst music, all about lovemaking. And having sex tonight and all this kind of stuff. Whoa, Lola.

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And as Danny Oh, Papa, Danny opa, the hurricane bottleless amoda. And nobody says a word. And we the chefs in the mind, what does we do? What does I do? people invited me to do? And I say chef, say a few words. And I think

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if I really had to say something, I'll destroy this already. I'll just throw everything it is all I'll take the smile of everybody's face.

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And I think maybe I should just do that.

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And you can just cast me for the rest of your life.

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Because this is not

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the audience. I should be speaking to above probably these one of the odd but the real audiences should talk about it. They

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can imagine somebody standing up and say,

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but you know, this bride should dress properly.

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And I would be within my rights to do that.

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Or is now the word Salah. Why is the bride not making Salah on a day on the wedding day? She's not making salon a wedding day.

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She sits on the stage, the adornment of people getting Salah, she sits on a wedding day she's nothing. So are we exempt? Is there some Hadith or Quran that we don't know? That exempts bride and bridegroom not to pray on the day they get married? What kind of life starter is that in life? We are the fathers and the mothers.

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They put everything into the waiting that waiting is his his his his his time from the time of the marriage to this one can come late in the encima start then and this must start there. What about the Salah?

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So what we'll talk about when doing the artist data is what happens.

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And finally when the Quran has no impact on your heart

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and the leaders like me are responsible I'm just telling you what I should do which I don't do.

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And that's where the problem lies is the leadership that doesn't lead properly. It's a leadership they have to also do so we look at the crowd and say

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no Slava if I say that

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and you know when the leaders art is there the followers the arts will be dead like like whales. I mean, you find that a leader well kills in tough on the, on the beach, and all the other words follow. The same with the leadership.

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So the Hadith which are quoted in the beginning, which are no quotes, now the end,

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maybe I should just, I know I say to my wife that I'm gonna finish early today.

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I'm sorry, darling. I'm not willing to do

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this waiting thing took me off.

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But I have to say sometimes I'm saying so don't tell. Allah doesn't say to you

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don't say of course now, you're not gonna invite me to your weddings, because, you know,

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militia invited me the reception karnala and don't ask him to speak because he may just do it in my reading.

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All right.

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It's all in good faith, all in good faith.

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And, of course, the

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And all this chaos is of course we believe in Shinto fatahna who is the who is telling us but it's one thing which I tacked onto he can't get into your heart

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shaytan has a job and his job is

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Collazo inasmuch as he liners which led us visa fee fees loneliness or loss. Allah says he can't get into your but what he can do to get whispered to your heart. He whispers us with

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a resource which was if they don't say you say Thomas he is full which was because you whisper the bad things to other people. And you are great people like him and now we are Mr. Junaid and Abu huraira they want people to actually ask Allah to see she thought they so much wanted to see him to know this guy was a thought that allows our Bora for example, in social

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alginate alginate great century man he was associated and when he saw shaytaan he described the easy shochet Tom saw this very, very old, decrepit, really ugly looking man. And he asked he looked at the Manistee The Man Who are you? And the man said you are the person that you ask Allah to see. actually thought.

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Same another way mama alginate got a very sugary shock of his life and he said you shaytan he says yes. So janessa this is one question I want to ask you before you go tell me why didn't you make some children Allah said you should make some good

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that's all I want to know from you. Why are we so stupid? He was such a fool. You were in Jana. Jana. What made you not make

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what was your problem and

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so she thought looked at him and said to him

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Oh, your mom Junaid

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How can I ever bow out to other than Allah?

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You know, when I when I saw this, I said to myself, and at the end of the day and Junaid was shocked. He didn't know what to do.

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And he and he said, he said to shaytaan you are lying. You're a liar. And she ran away.

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But that's where it stopped. And I said excellent answer. She actually gave him a very good answer. That's a very, very good answer. How can you tell him that he was lying? When he said how can I bow down to other than Allah?

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But he was lying because our last one either He's like, Well, of course I'll always tell the truth was Allah says in the Quran, what

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she thought and the trade refused to make sujood because he didn't want to make sujood to Adam No, what did he say? He said, Hello, catani minara wahala Kotaku, mu t Nagar Pharaoh men. He didn't say all I don't know makes you to Adam, because I only makes you to to, you know, he said, You created me from fire. And you created him from clay. And I'm better than him.

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Okay, let's assume you make Toba after that. And he realized, you know, he was wrong. He was still a liar. Because from that moment, he didn't mention to to our manager and I never meant to do it after that again.

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So if he says that his reason was he doesn't make you do to anyone besides Allah, then welcome he stopped me because due to a loss

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I suppose this is the illustration of how Shakedown can whisper into your heart. And one of the whispering that he does nowadays to people to lots of people is

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he makes you read the Koran with your own understanding.

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That's what Allah father says it the

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first time when you read the Quran, you must say are all the Villa emunah shaytani Raji?

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Why must you say all the villa Amina shaytaan regime, because if you don't tell the villa having a sheath on the regime, shaitaan world give you his understanding of the euro.

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Because he will work straight in your heart.

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So today, we have all the chaos around the poorer people do what they want, as I pointed out, people do whatever they want, and whether she thought she was presences, she could think

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that means that that's a good meaning. That's your meaning. You should spread that message to everybody else. And of course, finally the Hadees which are quoted. Now watch me out the election was called Bob the movement.

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And the man who loves Hollywood is sitting in the back there is also a psychiatrist

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allows pardoned citizens had his policy.

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The heavens and the earth cannot contain me but the heart of a true believer can contain and hopefully, through having listened to this lecture today you can see why the heart is the center

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of our existence. Why we need

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to give time to spiritualize that heart. Walter Allah Salaam Alaikum