Ramadhan Reminder 4 – Remembrance of Allah
Channel: Hasan Ali
File Size: 3.97MB
Another reminder I'm going to give you
is going to be about the avocado and the vicar that we can do. One of the major parts of Ramadan and one of the major parts of us trying to get connected with Allah xojo is to do with the vicar. Now Vicar means remembrance. Every person is doing Vicar at every single moment.
If you're if you're thinking of let's say your house, you're doing Vicar of your house.
You guys insane. If you think of your house, it is it is it is remembrance, so that you didn't think of your house. If you do, if you think about your exams, you can think of exams if you think of what you're going to cook is Vicar of food. Okay? If you do music, if you think of a star, the star is started in cc study, study, study, study, study, study, study, study. Some people they wake up in the morning, and all day, they didn't pick it up one, part two, part three, Part Four, Part Five Part Six part, the critical
role a finished,
but he's not getting them anyway in terms of the era. So now when a person sits with the sphere, and they say Subhana, Allah Subhan, Allah Subhana Allah
is the seeker of the tongue. Yes, but it's not necessarily the color of the mind. Again, one of the things that a lot of Muslims you know, they miss out on is that they think that if they just say these things a few times, you know, everything will be done and not everything will be there, you'll get to reward will get your reward for moving your tongue and saying Silvana la Alhamdulillah La la la la but you won't get the effect that you need in the body. You won't get the neuro of Allah the light of Allah is supposed to provide you won't get the heart won't change, you won't have the the heart connecting to Allah azzawajal Why? Because you haven't put the mind to Allah azza wa jal. So
what we need to do is we need to make a set of things that we can say, to make ourselves come closer to Allah. So what are you going to say Subhana Allah, and when you say Subhana light, it means that our law you are you are you are glorified, you are free from every blade, you are pure, I am impure. I am not free from blame. I have problems you have no problem. I have done wrong to myself. You've never ever wronged anyone. This is also the handler. This is the meaning of Subhana Allah. Okay, so you're saying that Allah you are pure, pure, pure, pure, pure, 100 100% pure, and everything besides you is impure, nothing is ever pure besides you, you are the pure You are the the perfect, you are
perfect. Nothing besides you is perfect. That's what Subhana Allah means. And that's what it's supposed to think. Alhamdulillah it means that I'm feeling my, my whole life, everything, whatever, I've got whatever I've had whatever I have right now, everything below came from you, therefore you deserve the praise, everything I'm going to have in the future, you're going to give it to me. So therefore you deserve the praise. And that's Alhamdulillah all praise not only me, but the whole of the creation, everything you've created, all their praise all belongs to you. That's a recognition. Lyla. heilala it means there is no other deity nor the God there is not nothing that that will ever
control should control me, can control me has ever controlled me except for you. Law, the one and only God everything that that is provided is from a god and there's only one God that's you. So essentially what I'm saying is that you are everything La ilaha illa Allah there is nothing that ever exists, that has any power has anything that it has of its own own control, on our own strength, nothing except you. You're the source of everything. So that's La ilaha illAllah Allahu Akbar, you are the greatest greatest than everything greater than my problems greater than, you know my soul greater than my life greater than my my people that I have greater than people closer to me
greater than the things I have the items I have greater than the this dunya greater than things that I'm attracted to. You are the greatest. Allahu Akbar. That's what it means. So imagine you're sitting there saying Subhan Allah, you are the most pure pure, pure pure and nothing besides you is ever now that pure your perfect nothing is perfect. Alhamdulillah All praise belongs to everyone praise belongs to you. Line Allah you are the source of everything and allow but you are the greatest can imagine when the mind connects up with with the laws you're actually making yourself come closer to a lie Your mind is collecting connecting to a larger region and at the same time
you're getting a lot of reward now you're getting a lot of quality in what you're saying. Your soul change your heart will change your mind will change. A lot will give you guidance will give you know will give you light will give you mercy will give you Rama all because you're now using your mind to connect with the vicar so don't do any Vicar without knowing what it means.
And then by knowing what it means you're supposed to then think of what you're saying. Use the Arabic words, but think of what you're saying either in English in you know, or do in Somali language in any other language. And then you know, you can carry on doing that and you'll find the full benefit of that. Okay?