183 – Jumuah

Faaik Gamieldien


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183 August 25, 2017

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Hi, I'm Lila and Amata who understand you know, a few who will be here on a Toyota Corolla when we learn him in surah and fujinami See? Molina de la la la la la, la la de la

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la la ilaha illallah wa la sharika wanna shadow Anna Muhammad Abu who are solo Salatu was Salam O Allah, Allah Allah He was heavy woman da da e la Amity Ahmad brothers and sisters in Islam. Assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Can somebody please ask the people across the road to just

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give us a bit of time.

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allow for Allah speaks to us to know the Quran Allah says smilla rahmanir rahim for Lawson in Santa Fe Illa la Vina amanu Romulus all he had with our solar hot water. Also, the sub

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very famous verse of the hood of Iran is revealed in Makkah.

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it deals

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with a question of time.

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And is highly narrated,

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which tells us that whenever two companions used to meet,

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whenever they completed the conversation, they would read through at a loss.

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And after reading certain losses, they would greet one another.

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And the reason they would read or recite was last

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was to remind each other

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of the importance of not wasting time.

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That when that ended the conversation, whenever the end of the conversations they will remind one another that whenever we meet and we talk about anything, it should be something which is meaningful, should something which is relevant, something which is beneficial, not just idle talk Sahaba didn't indulge in idle talk. It doesn't mean that the Sahaba Iran's or Salam were very dour and sour people. No they were they were they used to entertain each other a lot the prophets of Salaam like himself to take like themselves to be humorous to tell jokes. And so there's a harbor used to be very humorous with the Navy so allowed us a lump. And Abdullah Abbas was asked about the

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the Sahaba you know, because the young people after the prophets day, they get the impression like today that Sahaba never smiled. They never allowed the very serious people ready for Jihad and so forth and so on. So they asked, you know, tell us about the companions of the Navy of Salaam and after an Abba to say

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we used to laugh and we used to laugh and we still laugh. Well Can he mono therapy to feel perugina but the man the belief in Allah He made very firm. In other words, we never made jokes about by the religion of our Deen and the prophets of Salaam like to laugh sometimes the Prophet laughs So, so much that he could see his back teeth.

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So the nerissa salam and the Sahaba and he was a very loving husband as you know, we ran races with his wife. So to say that the Sahaba were always very serious is to miss the point. The point is, when they were serious, they were extremely serious. And especially when they were with one another, and they shared their knowledge of the deen of Allah subhanaw taala which of course is the best conversation the best conversation is to talk about the deen of Allah was final What are so what after then is Allah swears by time

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Allah swears

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by time in an instant internal office allows partner says manual always been the last manual always be at a loss manual always be either thinking about the past either thinking about the future, think about is money either thinking about things that worry him

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and it causes psychological loss to him or puts him into a depressive state, etc, etc, etc. So that is a loss of different speaks about we don't we don't consider time as the biggest gift which allows us to handle it endowed us with inland levena. Ehrman allows one that says but those who really believe in allows those who truly believe in allows

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those who love allows them

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to solve the heart and those who do good. Now today we have become very selfish.

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When we think about doing good, I think only about myself, my own liquor that I make my own sadaqa that I give my own sheep corbon my own family I must look after and so forth and so on.

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That is not a Muslim

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is a Muslim.

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A Muslim is a person who is a man makes him transform his own life and the life of those people around.

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A Muslim has not been put here for himself.

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If it was like that, the Sahaba would have stayed in Medina, Medina, there was no better place to be than in Medina. We we cried to go to Medina, we cried to go to Makkah. When the province of Salaam died, they packed their bags in the left.

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We would have saved to be near the profits a lot. So no, they left. Why did they leave because they Islam taught them and the Quran told them that they Islam must transform humanity, not even a society that you imagined is useless unless you have this idea in your mind that I have to transform myself. But that's not the end of the road.

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I also have to transform those around.

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So that is when Allah Allah says, while I'm really sorry, hot

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in LA LA Vina Manu Whammy, Rosada and those who do good.

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And what is the best good that a person can do?

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The best good that the person can do is to believe in Allah as he wishes us to believe in Him with food or heat.

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That is why he man and good deeds was put together. You can be good unless your goodness is based on the character.

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So today people every man has his own faith. Every Muslim makes his own Deen every watsapp group as their own faith their own way of of the

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and what is the general view today? Everybody's fine. Don't rock the boat. Don't judge other people. Don't do this. If people come here to represent the Palestinians and they don't look like a Muslim. And they don't sound like a Muslim. And they don't dress like a Muslim. Don't judge them.

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What nonsense is this? Who judges allows around the law tells us how to judge and who to judge and when to judge is indeed, we can't say that this Dean is now No, no, no, no, you can't you can't judge people. What about your own wife with your own children in your own self? You're also not going to judge you so if you like salah and people say she was mixer Are you saying you can't judge me?

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Or your children that mixer and they say well Daddy, today you know, we told I mean we must be non judgmental, we must not be We mustn't

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mean we now we you know feminism is now the verb you know we are now equal etc, etc, etc. This is the general verb today and what do we do? We smile and we keep quiet. And I say this is the way the dounia goes today. Otherwise you can upset our colleagues in the organization or in the group or wherever we may find ourselves. Yet there is only one truth in LA Latina hermit. Inland Latina Allah, Allah says except those who believe believe like what like, like 2017 in Cape Town now, like it was revealed in the poor.

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And so the Quran was a meaningful,

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relevant and transformative book

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that was embraced in that fashion and manner by the Sahaba Allah him of salatu wa salam. And so they transformed the world. And they made Islam meaningful. And they sacrifice which they made.

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We see the fruits of it every single day in the world.

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today we, when we when we talk about time today,

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we use a narrative or a metaphor, if you like,

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or motivated, if you like, by the saying that time is money.

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Don't waste my time, time is money. As the clock ticks, it makes money and if I lose the time, I lose the money.

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And we repeat this narrative.

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So if a child comes and says,

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time is candy time is sweets. We will love that the child

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will say no my child died.

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Time isn't candy or sweets or chocolates all the time of playing all the time. Time is time is also money, you must use your time effectively so you can make more money.

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And so

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everything costs money. Everything is a money equivalent, like time is a money equivalent today we, we buy time.

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This can't function without time without money, buying time, we buy time diamonds become

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a item that you can buy and you can sell and you can lose money you can lose time a lot. So this is the wasted mind. It's about time. It's about time when we come to the Juma it's about time Shira started late today. He's going to end late today, I was made work at such and such a time.

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I must be at work at two o'clock. So it's next week, I'm not going to come here because it takes too long.

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But if you had to go and see the doctor two o'clock, you'd have made an arrangement with your boss to say, I'd be back at three o'clock. It's okay, I'll work the timing. But for Allah, what do we say? No to lunk? So hon Allah. And yet, for a lot of us, for most of us, it's probably the only time that we spend with Allah.

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How many excuses Didn't we make the time when we quoted our wives? With the time that we spent? How many excuses did we make to our fathers, our mothers, our bosses, and whoever else was set up. But we have to make an excuse for our laws.

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There we blame it on the shame

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and shame the poor Shaka just trying to

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do his duty

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to try and inspire himself in you with this great transformative Deen which allows for and is given to us. So and this was the key metaphor, the key propellant for the Industrial Revolution, which took place in, in Europe and, and and,

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and in Britain and north in the Middle East.

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But what was the what was the cry at the time? It was time is time is money. And what did they do to foster that idea amongst the people, they create the technology to save time, they made things that would save time.

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And the people that were at the forefront of technology were the Dutch and English.

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They were the forefront maybe in the 14th or 15th century onwards, that started with technology.

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And countries like Italy, and Greece and all these even Turkey, the great Ottoman Empire was left behind because they did not venture into the field of technology. And today Italy is one of the poorest countries in Europe. Still, what role did Italy take? Italy took the road of providing at least the hedonistic needs of the Europeans, meaning Italy was the brothel of Europe.

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That was what it provided all the niceties of life like Dubai and Abu Dhabi and all these places today, they fulfill that role. Whereas the European countries, not all of them, but some of them invested heavily in technology. And up to the day they are reaping the fruits of that technology. And we're just talking about technology and what was the purpose of technology, it was to save time.

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So they made better ships to go to the east to get the stuff faster ship smaller, smaller ship. The technology on the ships improved with a tenancy like these massive ships, which after, after a while, they couldn't use anymore because it was too big technology was behind and so forth and so on. And

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today, we have the most advanced technology in everything. You name it. If you can do it fast. There is another guy around the corner who can do it even faster.

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And another guy in in Joburg can do it even faster. And if you talk about Germany, they can even do it faster, and the Chinese can even do it faster. So it's always somebody outpaces the other one in terms of saving of time. And so in our ordinary lives. the ironic thing about this is that the more we develop in technology to make our lives easier and faster

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Busy we become

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when you look at your morning, for example, now Jamal, you know exactly you were in Juma and you know this is time spent well I hope so. But what have you done for the morning?

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Starting before Pfizer or maybe add further

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what is the account that you can give of yourself?

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Extra many of us will say now is busy.

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We asked people at the end of the day so what will you actually busy with?

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What do you actually wear today? We say Where were you?

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What were the nose busy man? What are we doing? You know, so many things I can't remember.

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we have

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we can move people and goods and information at the fastest speeds ever. Look at the Internet. I mean, you know, I can talk to you now and somebody in England can listen to me in in what do they call in, in real time?

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in real time, and

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we have more time now. Because of technology. We cannot put the food in the microwave. We don't have to go and fetch water and make fire. But yet we still we spend less time eating now. Because we don't have time to eat.

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Telling lies you know what I'm talking about? The least time is when airtime is another enormous finished girl after dinner give me Tina

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what we don't realize is that we have so much spare time which we waste we waste our time

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How much time did we spend on social media

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all of us every day the whole day? Checking your your email inbox checking your watch whatever else you busy on Twitter or whatever else and

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waste our time on frivolous discussions we just read we want to respond also. I look at people I look at look at some of the web or some of the watchers just want to read his every time he's there and he always wants to know

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all this time we we do people get all this time from and talk about surfing the internet. I mean really. So we are Allah has given us all this time.

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And we supposed to use it more effectively, we don't use it more effectively.

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is money

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is not the metaphor that we must blame. Because now we have a lot of time.

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If we look at very quickly at early Muslims,

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you know we talk people talk about they say ah you know people in seventh century Arabia, they had all the time you know, they relax that will that if everybody had four wives and they just lived in a mud hut and they you know, just a date and drank water, you know, went to the masjid for Salah. You know, that was their life and people in Egypt probably lived the same and probably people in Baghdad and

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a quick comparison will tell us that

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those people were involved in intense military activity, armies went up from Medina America

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to travel 1000s of kilometres. In order to take the Tao of allows Hamilton. It was a time of heightened political activity. Islam established came broke out of Medina and Mecca to establish the greatest civilization that man has ever known. Greatest in terms not only of its the fact that it conquered other countries, but what it contributed in terms of science, in terms of writing, in terms of justice, in terms of justice, the whole of human activity was re invented by Muslims and given free to the world.

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And yet,

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those people could spend more time in worship than we will ever spend in worship.

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They had four wives, they looked up to them.

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They were warriors they fought.

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They were dicicco to Islam. And later on, they became writers they wrote books.

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And they didn't just I mean, I want to give you just an example. I mean, I want to talk about people that you know, even Buhari wrote,

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who memorized I mean, wrote

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memorized about 60,000 Hollies. And they had to travel sometimes for months to get to a person to get one Hadith from him. There was no internet. Despite all that time that was used, they provided I mean, factual body, which is the shadow, which is the commentary on human behavior is a highly is a major work. That is still the major work on hudy

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explanation ever to be that in by anybody.

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He was the Chief Justice at the time of Egypt. And if we look at him, he hasn't been he hasn't was a 12th century.

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You wasn't even a philosopher, he was everything. He was an evolution scholar not referred to him before.

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He was a *y to such an extent that he established his own mother hub, this quality

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the literalist Mother, Mother, which interpreted the deen

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not in terms of how we can explain it, but in terms of what is there you have to read the Quran and not interpret you should just take it as it is. It was a great on top of that, he was a he was a Doctor of Medicine. He wrote

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10 books on myths and books which will later use at the University of Paris to train European doctors in the science of myths.

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He wrote about 100 volumes on Deen on Hades on Fifth on

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when people get the time from

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the imsi you know, these people had big beards and they were like sour people and they sitting the whole day with just writing books and faith and so forth and so on.

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But he also wrote a book called Total human

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feel our love and attention this too before

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to show you the balanced mind that these intellectuals had he wrote a book on takahama the ring of the dove

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with called call the ring of the dove nine which meant what I said he created the mother, he wrote 100 volumes on Khurana sunan. Honey, the major work was written on the interpretation of honey. By the way, there's no call to call Hannah, the ring of the dove will all fall on love and lovers.

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Can you take the band agneta mute expect maybe, you know in our time, you know only authors will write books on love and lovers.

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But the book wasn't when we when we of course when I mentioned the word love and lovers with the news panel because we have a 20th century view a Western view of love and lovers. Nobody says Alamosa lover yet so many ways Mashallah you loved all of them. We call him a lover isn't it it's true love within the bounds of the Sharia of allows handle. Love allows omelet schools, Mohammed salam wa

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have Ebola is the Beloved of a loss.

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And so there is love between me and you. There is love between me and

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my wife, my children, we all have this great need for love to share it.

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And our children today live in a different world with love mean sex, to be very straightforward with you.

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And this is sad, because we missed out on all

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a major part of our lives on the stuff.

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And so this man had to write this book Why did you write this book in 12th century Spain? Because the young Muslim people wanted to know what is love in Islam.

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And he wrote a book to guide them as to what love and love is loving ease in the deen of Allah was Hannah who thought they had time for that another argument of said, No, no, no matter but love and love, I have to stick to my you know, the hadith of

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my chick and so forth. So

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we as Muslims are not driven by the metaphor or the narrative of time is money. What drove the Sahaba? What drove them? How do they interpret time they saw time as a gift from Allah.

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His idea from Allah as a Namah from allows berhanu time the Amazon Web Services in a hurry and they saw this gift as that which will determine the eternity in the after. Allah gave them this time for them to use and the use of this time we'll determine how they will enjoy themselves in the aft. So the Navy's hasulam says now mahtani bugaboo known FEMA. Nafisa Salaam says

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That there are two gifts which Allah has given to mankind which he

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wastes. Maybe it trivializes, maybe doesn't see the real value of a two gifts inshallah given that we don't see the real value with

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us they had to offer our services, health and free time, health and free time. And when are you at the best of health when you're young?

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When you're young?

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And when do you have the most free time when you old?

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So allow them to give you your health Yang so that now you can do all the things you have to do make Attica because you have the strength to do it. Do all the go for Amara go for her. Don't wait till you 17 when you die at 69 and you don't go.

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Many people plan to go for hikes when they're old. And what have you done six months before you go

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in trouble Well last time.

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And for our free time, our free time.

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Although older people have more free time, they have less energy. So you have to use your free time in your old age with your energy levels which are lasala given to you. And all this is the harbor did

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basing their lives on the Quran. So as I said in the beginning, the Koran for them was meaningful. It was relevant, and it was transformative. It wasn't just a book of Baraka

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or an easy book of Baraka, but it's not just the book of Allah. Allah says, What zero till 410 meaning for any mawashi for

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the Koran

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was sent. And in that karate is to be found. Shiva metzen a healing for you. And a mercy for you. In it not Oprah and Baraka easy, but the major part of the Quran is that it is transformative.

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So time then the Sahaba thought like that. And they they realize they were bought in time, all of us are born in time everybody's born at a particular period of time, everybody's got a birthday, everybody even remembers and as much as you're born at three o'clock on Wednesday afternoon. So we both in time, we live in time surrounds us all the time. And we depart

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on time, not in time on time

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we depart.

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So that is the ambit and the orbit of time as the have understood it and they knew that that on time was going to come. The only people who could delay the death was who

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am we are in such law.

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The only people who could say to Malik mode not now

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was the MBR. And we know this the big story of Nabhi. Nabil musala salatu salam, when the angel came to him, angel of death came to him.

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And the angel of death came to him because the angel of death was sent by Allah to take his roof. So what he Moosa do,

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famous Eddie,

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he's an active.

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In fact, we had to hurry the other hand, he said he smacked him so hard is I came out.

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So many people, they say no, we don't accept the Saudis. What is this? How can Moses make Malik Moulton? How can I follow? Because we don't understand

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the language of Hadi and even his own language.

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Any we as

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21st century Muslims look at an event. That doesn't make sense. No, no, no, no, no. I think it's extremely dangerous.

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And so I say to you, that being said, within the caddy, and the Hadith is interpreted again by

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Hazara as Kalani. The man who wrote

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the explanation of Sahih al Bukhari gives a beautiful expression of that but inshallah we'll do that at some other time.

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So only the MBR could say no.

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jabril was sent to the nurses to ask him before Malik welcome say Allah say me to ask you you really

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To be the last one, but are we ordinary mortals?

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So this harbor knew that what they did was the time was what they did what they lives. Time and life is the same time is life. Life is time. And we serving the time.

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And it is said then that you must live while in the prison like you're used to seeing now. Yeah, this is your present, you know where else?

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So used to live in this moment, absorb this moment, learn in this moment, try and memorize and and you can take your mind payments, when you know, I can't remember, you know, I can't No, no.

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You must make the intention when you go from home that I'm going to go to Juma wherever you go. And I'm going to remember, all the main things that the shack spoke about at the moment I spoke about.

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So what are the characteristics of time? What is time we define time? What is it? First of all time, we know goes very quickly. It's the only thing of time you know, it takes a buyer Whoa,

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whoa, whoa, it goes so quickly that when somebody says to you, let's go, you say

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we will do an isolate, not guilty or guilty. But it tells us how much

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we put on salah and on time.

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It's more about the time, then about the Salatu allows. Secondly, we must know that time doesn't come back.

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And thirdly, it is the most precious thing that we have. And I can tell you the older you get the more realize how precious time is.

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It's a very precious commodity.

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our attitude to time must be the correct attitude. If you want to purchase something

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what do you do you you use what?

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you use money in the buys and you go to the shop to buy something. I don't think the shopkeepers will accept bitcoins yet.

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And if you want to do something, so you need the capital of unique financial capital to buy something, whether it's a house whether it's a car with his brain with it, whatever it is, and if you want to do something you have to use the capital of life. What is the capital of life, the capital is life is time when you want to do something you need what time that is the capital of life, that's the money of life. It is time allows Muhammad Allah reminds us of the value of time now let's say is one pupil Mimara xakanaxa Allah says

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of your money not

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only save or spend your money I will never ask you to spend your money never ever in the forum's Allah says pinjaman

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What does Allah say? spend one merasakan spin of the money which I gave you.

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So when you when you're a bit stingy, to give something usually

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it's not your money. You actually you actually you It's so easy for a Muslim to give. Why? Because this is bad masalas money. It's so nice isn't as to give other people's money away. Your children say that every day to you. Or you say that your child maybe they are very jealous. Or your wife your husband my My name is Phil

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so you must have the same attitude unison Allah as money. Allah says, Why did you call me Morocco? Speaker The Man Who gave you

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spend your money because when you came here no money.

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So unless you spend the money which I gave you

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mean public before policy? Public I

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mean, I had a couple notary before your time of death arrives. Because what will happen when you lie, then you're dying.

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You lie then you look at your air conditioner and you look at your downlighters all the stuff that's upstairs, you look at the chandelier.

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And you look around

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and you double those claws, toes.

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And you say to yourself, oops.

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Barack Modi standing there defeated the beta knife to leave all this stuff behind.

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What do you say Allah? Allah says What do you say? Allah says, Allah Allah, Allah says what we say what do we say? Robin? My Lord

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Lola Hertha Nila jelly curry for Africa welcome

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we say those of us who neglect to give charity always delayed delayed you know I'm gonna give tomorrow first our nonprofit on this first I want to do this first I want to do that first I must say to myself first I must say to my children, first I must see that that child has got so much in that child's got the house and this childhood person then each other.

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We will say then when we lie there

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a certain era Kimmy

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can Allah 10 minutes

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just my son is standing there, I can tell him that the money's there at the bottom row of the right side.

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Please imagistic without any means give it in charity now.

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Allegedly me, I didn't carry me to two minutes.

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So that I can pass up data so I can give charity. That's what he wants to do. He just wants a minute from Allah give him an extra minute. So you can give the child

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or maybe he can do something good, some righteous deed. Maybe he wants to say Subhana Allah. Maybe I want to say Alhamdulillah maybe wants to say a statue but still it is tongue stick is mine is probably going

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he wants to make that word last righteous deed.

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So Allah gives us in this ayah the value of of time,

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value of time. So when you have time,

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especially people of my age,

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you must use your time.

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And you know for you to say Alhamdulillah Subhana Allah, these are the things you can do now.

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Maybe you can't get up in the middle of the night and make a hatchet or whatever. You don't have the energy, but you should use your other time

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to use it so that when you lie on your deathbed and Malak Malcolm's

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done my masataka I've done my liquor I've done what I had to do when I was alive.

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So when we are when we get born, when we when our mothers give birth to us

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what happens?

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A clock starts ticking.

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clock starts ticking you one up, and it starts ticking.

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But the clock is not ticking forward. This clock is ticking.

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This clock is

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counting down the time.

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clock is not increasing your time.

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It's not like well, it's not two o'clock. So you're looking forward to three o'clock. No, no, no, no. Once that clock starts ticking, it goes backwards.

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And then it is now a lot of times during the day of tiama.

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We will not move from the position where we are standing until Allah has asked us for questions.

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The first question Allah would ask us is about our life.

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How we spend our life?

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The second question will be about our youth, how we utilize our youth What did we do it we weighed down

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this equation is

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about our wealth.

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And Allah will be not so much interested in how we spend our wealth. He will ask the first question, how did you

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That's a more important question.

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Because if you acquire the world in a hollow manner, then the little that you gave Subhanallah is very happy. But if you acquired your wealth in a haram manner that whatever you give is 00.

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Because the Nagisa Salaam said

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in Allah nepata Fie, Fie Rue de

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la tomato Nelson Hata Mariska Marisa Salam said that allows you to handle inspired me in my mind, Allah sent a message directly to me and what is the message are listening directly to the Navy Salah

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lanta Mouton, so no man shall die. no person shall pass from the dunya until he has consumed all the resin which Allah has written for him when Allah created the heavens in the earth.

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goes when allowed to have a handle created the pin, the column

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the pin RCR of whiteness I write in allows me to say the rights of every single person that I'm going to create.

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So whenever Hassan says that no man will leave this dunya until he has consumed all the result which Allah has given to him, so do not seek your ASIC in a haram way, because it's there, you must fit today in the United States, they must take it. So don't take a road to it, which is haram.

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Because you will get it you won't die, don't worry, guaranteed.

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Allah guaranteed it before you made the

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the dunya.

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And fourthly, Allah will ask about your knowledge,

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or your quiet, acquiring knowledge, what kind of knowledge you acquired, and how you transfer that knowledge, not only knowledge of the new kinds of knowledge, so if you have a secret in your business, that you haven't transferred to other people, because you are afraid that other people will get more recently.

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Because we think like that,

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this is business secret.

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There are no such things as secrets, if there was anybody who would have kept a secret.

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And the thing that he said on arafa tacos, he didn't have any secrets. He said,

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Oh Allah.

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He said to the people have Bella, have I given you the message three times he said, Have I given you mommy give me am I giving you the belajar. So as of course you've given us every single thing which Allah gave you gave to us.

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So hello.

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And then me Sanchez. And so when we look at life, and we look at time,

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there are five

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opportunities that we have to grasp before it overtakes us. The first is, we have to make use of our youth before our old age,

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were to make use of our health before we get sick, and you're definitely going to get sick.

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Some people don't even get sick, they just fold it.

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We ask a lot of diversity, so that we have time

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and time to do the good inshallah. And use your wealth effectively before allows Pilate Allah takes it away from you. And you may say, Well, and if Allah doesn't take it away from you, Allah will take you away from you.

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So either way, you're going to lose your

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eye when you give it away, politics away from it, and

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use your life effectively before your death comes.

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So believe it or don't have the slogan of we kill time.

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We then have this thing about over a couple of minutes is a couple hours,

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skill time. But what I've seen now doesn't diminish the fact that men is in need of entertainment and realization.

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It's a bit of relief, isn't it?

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Because anything gold mines a ship is now putting us into

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now even just we must have like the parentheses I'm doing my time. This is like a prison. No, no, no, no. There's time for everything.

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This time for everything, provided the everything that we do is within the ambit of the Sharia of Allah, this panel.

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So a very

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intelligent man. He said

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that when we are born

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an account is open for us.

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You know today parents are like this, oh, I must open the counter. My child is born now. You know, I'm Mr. Carter, a unit trust for my child. I must take out insurance mistake, educational policy. And all these things. It's all good. I'm not saying it's wrong.

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But when you get born allows for Halton opens an account for all of us. every Jew on this earth, every Christian, every Muslim, every atheist, every feminist every whatever it may be, an account is opened.

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It is called an account of time

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and imagine

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you open an account at your bank

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Every morning

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the bank put into your account

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86,400 grand.

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So you go to the bank, the manager smiles with you says, Mr. familien. He

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says, Don't worry, I'm going to put in your account every day at 6400.

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And you when the bank closes,

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you you're not allowed to have a balance in the account.

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Isn't that nice?

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What does it mean? It means the managers, you must necessarily spend all that money if you don't win it, your account goes back to zero.

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Nice, isn't it?

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You have no Magno deposits, you make no deposits, there is the account at 6200. And an account is painted as you want no overdrafts,

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you might just spend it.

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And at the end of the day, counters cancel new accounts starts the next day, again that is put in.

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So what will you do with that money

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to spend at all isn't it spend it on aspirin to make sure that aspirin

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so all of us are logged on with openness an account called time

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and the count of time and every day Allah put into that account 86,400 seconds, every single day.

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Right that you get MPD every man in his in his time account. And at the end of the day,

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that 86,400 seconds is if you didn't use it, what happens to it?

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You can't take an overdraft.

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You can't use it tomorrow.

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You have to use it today.

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Today Today today. And so a lot about how not Allah

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has given us this facility and we as Muslims understand this more than anything else. What do we understand about

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we understand that time

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is only for a period of time.

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And that when this time is over, it doesn't end.

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It continues

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for millions and millions and millions of years afterwards. Not one year. You live till 90 when you die you're not going to live another 90 days after your death No. When you die you're going to live for billions

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of years.

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Harley Delphia holiday holiday allows foreigners is the other life is forever.

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This life for now, other life is wave. So May Allah Allah give and what is it about? Why did I bring up this? Why am I discussing time today?

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Because last week, we spoke about what time

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the 10 days of the Elijah three is gone. Three of those days is gone. That I can read at 6403 days we had in the bank. We spent it spent it all

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and we now have we now have

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Mashallah, how many days left?

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Seven days late.

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So we asked a lot for hunter to grant us the trophy, understanding commitment, never late

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to change our lives, whether you're 90 or 19

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and allows rantala

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the first Hadith which isn't easily related in the books of Hadith, which was

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taught by the Navy Salah 13. It was a hobby

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was the hadith of IR hammer.

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Have mercy on

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on those who are perfect or lower left on you.

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That we must understand

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that the God would we believe in is the God of forgiveness,

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that we must understand that this allow in which we believe says la takana to me Rahmatullah don't know this pay of the mercy of your Lord

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Even if you kill 99 people and you're on your way to killing 100 bandit person, there is forgiveness for you.

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So May Allah grant us inshallah that we make use of this seven days

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and inshallah we

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will have a class on Tuesday night but I think the nights are still cold so it's all on Sunday we'll have a class at a half past 11

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in the masjid

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and the eighth Salah, which will be next week and Friday will be at eight o'clock morning

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and remember

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to fast on the day of arafah

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if you fast signal Hamidullah as fast as much as you can, but particularly next week and Thursday, then evisa salon says the person who first on the day of arafah allows the high note Allah will forgive a year past sins of the year past and sins of a year coming.

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So in fact you know if you fast every year on the dev alpha, you should die without sin because the previous year is forgiven and the future is forgiven panel. And this is the glory and greatness of Allah was Pyro tada and Remember if you can afford to make or burn.

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The other thing is the detect be beginning begins of the fudger after the Salah

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after Salah, the bead begins after fudger on the day of arafah

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and ends at hussar

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on the third day of the street, which means it starts on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday after

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