Hasan Ali – Tawakkul

Hasan Ali
AI: Summary © The speakers emphasize the importance of bringing people into the faith and acknowledging the profit and negative consequences of actions, especially in challenging situations like leaving a shop. They also emphasize the need for a law to focus on one's actions and emphasize the importance of showing one's abilities. The negative impact of leaving a shop and feeling "immature" is also discussed. The speakers stress the importance of trusting oneself and not begging for money, and emphasize the need for a law to focus on one's actions.
AI: Transcript ©
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Okay, if you could, this is the last week of Hadith until we go back to the Syrian.

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So next week we'll need to see it. And what I've decided to do is do FC to Slovakia.

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So next week will be the first session of Surah awatea.

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also appreciate that if you could

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get your reading done on sort of archaea, we really are good for you and also

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something related to that.

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So this week we are doing Harry's and we've started the chapter on European and tobacco conviction and depending upon Allah azza wa jal

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and we've covered the seven verses and Eman, know you rahimullah he quotes from the Quran. And you've done the background in the last week. And thereafter we've got the Hadith number 74 so in your honey books, if you tend to have eaten 74

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and if number 74

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Can you say

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93? That's page 93. PAGE 93. In your books.

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And we starting with habit number 74. were saving,

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reporting from the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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So the hobbies continued by if I say the hobbies in Arabic, are delayed numbers from your loved one hula holla Rasulullah sallallahu. So don't worry about it.

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Now what what happens here is that Rasulullah Salallahu alaihe salam is talking about a vision that allows you to give him

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the vision which Rasulullah sallallahu has, in fact, just before I start this, Could somebody just recite

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in English first and then could

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us reported

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the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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I was I was shown the past nations, I saw a prophet who had a very small group, less than 10 in total with me,

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another prophets, who was accompanied by only one or two men, and some did not have even one.

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Suddenly, I was shown a huge crowd. And I thought that they were my own mind. What I was told, this is Musa and his people. But look towards the other side.

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I looked and beheld a great assemblage, I was told, these are your people. And amongst them there are 70,000 who shall enter Germany without being taken to account or tournament.

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Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam stood up and went into his apartment. And the companions began to guess who may be those who may be those people who would enter gender without any accounting or tournament?

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Some said

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probably, they are the ones who get to company with the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Others said probably they are the ones who have been born as Muslims, and have never associated anyone with a lot in worship.

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Then the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came out and asked, What are you discussing?

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So they told him,

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He then said they are those who do not make Rukia blowing over themselves after reciting the arm or some crazy

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And supplications the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to say,

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they are those who do not make Rokia nor scenekit nor perceive omens, ie they are not pessimistic, but keep trust in their role of law

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on this, who can I show up in Misano stood up and asked, pray to Allah to make me one of them.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, You are one of them.

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Then another man stood up and asked the same thing.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Hamza

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has to pass to

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So, as soon as Allah has this vision and his vision, he sees a part of the Day of Judgment of what actually occurred on the Day of Judgment. Now, these are patients which allows origin gave His Prophet sallallahu wasallam. He gave him on many different occasions, he so many different things. And sometimes while he was in this world, he would see visions of things happening in the future. This is Alice Alice giving one of the knowledge he gave once he said, he said, I can see the person who's going to be breaking the exact features of the person in need n of time will break the covers, who was listening described his feature, his color of his eyes, the shape of his shins, and so on.

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to the to the knowledge, it doesn't mean that I was able to do in everything, but whatever I'm going to reveal to us. So this is one of the things that allows remote to him, of what will he see on the Day of Judgment. So he is proxy was in his eyes. Now, we are seeing what he's experiencing on the Day of Judgment.

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So he says the first thing is, I saw a profit. Now many profits came 124,000 profits came to this earth, according to one ratio, according to another nation is 224,000 prophets that came. So each of these prophets came they all were brothers in one thing, which was the unity and the Torah, he or Lazarus. And they differed in the Sharia, for the laws that they told people to practice. So he swore a prophet, and with him who hate white means it's a small group of people. So he says, imagine you see a prophet, and he's got all the people in his entire life of preaching that had believed in him. Unfortunately, that just a small group of people, you can almost say, well, it's the people

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that are sitting here. That's all the people that he's got in his whole lifetime of preaching.

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That he sees another prophet. And he's got only one man.

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Or maybe just two men that have believed in his mission, and everyone else rejected his his wish. Now, it's not like, it's not like, they have the same responsibility as professionals. And please don't, you know, don't don't get that from us, you might think, Oh, my God, no Prophet came in at a time, there's only two people or one person, I believe, is, that doesn't mean that. What it means is that some profits were sent to a village only, some profits were sent to a town, some profits were sent to a city, some profits were sent to a country, some profits were sent to several countries at one time, and some profits were sent. Only a couple of profits were sent to the entire world at one

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time. The Prophet, the prophets that came, many of them were sent to a small group of people, so small community of people. Now the world was not like what it is today. It wasn't like that 6000 years ago, 8000 years ago, we all know that the population has small groups of, you know, inhabitants in certain places. But wherever they were groups of inhabitants, if allows them deciding that he is going to take those people to task on the Day of Judgment, and they're going to be judged, he sent a messenger to them, and his his

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statement, the Grammys, and if I hadn't sent a messenger, no messenger went to them, and no message came to them, then these people, I will not destroy them, neither on this earth will not punish them, knowing the next one will not punish them, because it's not fair. They haven't got a message. But what actually happened is that across the world wherever Allah decided, and this was most probably most of the places there are places perhaps a lot in this and we don't know that. But most of the places Allah decided to send a messenger whether it was a group of people living in the middle of a desert, whether it was a group of people in the town center somewhere and lesson center,

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probably to

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the example of a profit coming to a

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Sort of city of people, you can see clearly, example, for example of

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the example of Harlan Ellison when he's with his when he's with musasa. So they came to save the balloons fly in the blue style, mainly they were in Egypt or the country of Egypt, you could possibly say, okay, and whether they travel from there to Philistine and they came back, that was the area that that that those two prophets were sent to, if you look at most of the profits, they will send to the Middle East, or send to the Middle East. And some of them were have more success than others with the different qualities of lagging in the example of a profit being sent to several countries is Iran, Malaysia, who's traveled from, you know, parts of Iraq, all the way down to where

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the caravan is, and all the way back up again. And in on his travels, he met several different nations, and he gave down to seven nations, but the example of a of two prophets at the center the entire world, they will only say the new Holly salon, and say, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi

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wa sallam he was sent to the people at his time, who lived more or less in one part of the world. So the rest of the world did not have any human beings in it. That's how that was him under his salatu salam. And he came, he preached those people who were alive at that time, basically, he was talking to all the people who are alive, he was perhaps the, the fifth or sixth in the progeny of Atlantis. And um, so the population wasn't so great. Nevertheless, he was sent to the entire world of human beings at that time.

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So when you read this Hadith, and you think that, well, there's a prophet here, and he's only got one or two individuals, you can now make the stats and say, Well, if there's a there's a prophet who have been sent to us to a small town of people, and that time, you've only got a sample of several 100, several 100 people, you got about four to 500 people, and to have two people believed? Well, that's, you know, that's it, if there's 100 people and two people believe in that is 2%. If it's less than that, then it's less than that percentage. And then what was the last one said, I saw a profit, another prophet, meaning and through his vision of the day of gentlemen, laser Ma, who out

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there is not a single person who believed in his message. Now, this is a beautiful thing to us. This part, can anyone relate to me? What, what this tells us because all these hobbies are for us to relate to our lives? What is how do you say to us?

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You got a prophet that had a small group of people, another one that had one to two men, one man, another one that had no one with him and saw them through his vision. So what do you think this tells us?

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The profits, even when the laws help, we're not able to bring everyone into it? That's a very, very good point, which I didn't think of a very good point, which is that even, you know, the profits came, and yes, they were guided message is the truth. But even though they were guided by law,

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it wasn't the winner of a lot at all, there are people coming to the faith. And that's a good point. Another point,

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even if nobody listens to your message.

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To do that, you're

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even so even if something no one's listened to. So there's going to be a prophet ending up on the Day of Judgment. He preached all his life, he will send to a people. And he comes on the Day of Judgment, and he will say a lot, what

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to do. He hasn't failed. He hasn't failed. But it's not the people have failed in not accepting admission. So what I'm saying here is that we've got to carry on with our mission, whether people listen, or they don't listen, is our duty to continue.

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Those is very, there's another point very similar to what he's saying. And if there's anyone who wants to raise their hands and comment on maybe you thought of something, no one else?

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No. Well, the point I thought of was that, if you think about it, in every single is what we are, who are we? We are nonprofits, and there's no nonprofits to come after Mohammed civilizer. But what Allah

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did is that he gave the duty of the messengers which was to preach, he left that after Mohammed Salah Lawson. He left that with the entire oma Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam

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that responsibility you

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Understand this is the point, the responsibility of giving down or preaching to others. Whereas other communities, they could just say, okay, the profits around and there's never ever been a time when there's not been a profit on the earth

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a couple of times, one was, so so basically one firm says that from animalism, over to a solicitor, so we're talking about another if 124,000 profits was sent to the to the earth, then 123,999 of them came in succession. There was never a time when no, when a prophet was not on the earth, never returned. Except when he served in Merriam, he came after him 600 years more or less approximately past and this is the first time no prophet was on the earth.

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This is called the fourth one. And the second time when Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam passed away, after him till the Day of Judgment is going to be no profits.

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He says, and we'll come back but he's not going to come back as a prophet, he's going to come back again as a as a follower of Mohamed Salah Zuma, at that time, okay, he will then be a prophet again on the day of jasmine who raises the Prophet on the dam doesn't that's fine. But in between the time when he comes back is not going to be as a profit on the earth. So you find those two gaps in the first gap in the first gap allows in guided certain people to do their own data. And one of those stories in the Quran is the people in the cave. Another story of the day, we just guided natural youth through guided to dharma. And there's been many other several instances alone it picked one

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one group of people to talk about, when the second instance, if you look in Surah, Allah, the third surah and number 110, Allah azza wa jal has said, Come to hire Omar

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Abdullah, Allah said that Yoo hoo people, the followers of Mohammed somalisa, you are the best of all nations best why why didn't we become the best in the ISS? Why has Allah said that you are the best. So out of all the 124,000 properties on the Day of Judgment, there's going to be one community of people behind their Prophet, that they can actually be proud to say that we were the best out of every single human being that present on the earth. That's us. Why the reason Allah said, reject him as you have been chosen for mankind, tomorrow, not tomorrow, that you will call mankind the whole of the world, you will call them to good, what and how do

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you prevent them from evil, the duty of giving down This is what our job is to invite you a lot. There's two, there's two parts to inviting to Alaska. One is that you call to good. And the other one is that you forbid evil, according to good and forbidding evil, these are two things. Allah said that Judah duty that I used to give to every single prophet

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and now Mohammed Salah is a man's got it and is about to pass away. Allah revealed to this to this Omar through the Quran, that you've got it next. That doesn't make you a prophet, but you've got the duty of the prophets on your shoulders.

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Okay, so what my point was that to Allah, Allah gifted us and now you think that I'm in powers green, you're you're in South Gate wherever you know you are, and who has Allah given you. Because every single person sitting here allows giving you someone to preach. So you've either got your wife to preach to your husband, your children, your siblings, you know, your neighbors, your friends, people in your locality, people, you know, people you can access, you've got a duty whoever you got, you got to preach to them and that's your duty. Now you might think, well, I got I don't know how to preach. I don't know what to say. You don't need to say anything.

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You know, when you're calling to good and you forbidding evil, when you when you command in the action, the words are taboo. taboo means that you are commanding good and can kill you. You are preventing evil. What does that how do you do that? When you don't know how to preach?

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And even answer that question.

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Thank you, thank you, by our actions, if you if you're a good Muslim.

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I'm saying this with absolute yaqeen here. If you're a good Muslim, then your actions are enough for others to

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say, Well, you know what? Never look at you, they'll observe you, they'll see you for years. And then eventually in their heart.

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The thing that you have to admit to they will say is that that's a good person.

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And what will they associate that to? To religion?

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as good, that's a good person, because I see him hit me one day, you just you just fill that up and say, the reason why I'm good. This is why I do all these good things, is because I'm following the example of the laws and the simple things you can do you don't know. I remember once.

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I was at Temple game station, coming up at the underground. And I saw this guy coming back. I just saw this guy, and we were going to pick it in line. So we saw this guy who was not Muslim. But he's got this really, it's got what about two or three suitcases that he's trying to grab along? I think one of them didn't have wheels. So he was carrying that. And two of them is sort of rolling across the platform. So I saw him when I said,

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I said, Excuse me, I said, Can I help you?

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And he sort of

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denotes. So if I take one out, I can help me. So I lifted one of the suitcases for him.

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So as we now you know, going up the flight of the escalator, you ask him, you know, what's your name? Yes, my name, you know, where are you? where you're coming from and so on, you get you get talking. So he said, He's just coming back from a holiday. I said, Well, where do you live? And as we walk in, find out that he's living on 100 Road, Hampton road, if you go to one road mosque is literally that that road delizia to the masjid.

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And, you know, I was in Iran there for seven years. But I've never seen this particular individual because obviously, they're non Muslim. So you know, I'm chatting to him. Yeah, this is not how is your holiday, blah, blah,

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blah, blah, blah, until I got to near his door. And you know, he's very thankful. Thank you for helping me and I said, Do you know the reason why I helped you?

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And he's

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not that he was 911.

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Now, he actually just just turned out to me thinking, What's he gonna say? I said, the reason why I held to is because my Prophet Mohammed, he has told me to help anyone, I can anyone I see.

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That needs help.

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And over there, there's the most

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whenever you can just pop up.

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And he shook my hand, he thanked me. And that was it. Now, I haven't seen him back off of that. I don't know whether he was renting there, whatever. Or maybe he just didn't want to come there. But one thing I've done, which is I've done my part

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series, where I will say to you here, whenever you lay someone who is a prophet who's got no one with him, but I had the duty to say something tonight in that little moment of time. I'm only there with him for maybe seven minutes till we walk from the tube station to his house. I'm only about seven minutes. I'm not gonna start off my day. It's just normal chatting is normal chatting, how are you? Isn't that how how's holiday, hope you enjoyed it, you walk along, but then in the end, you just drop it

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back in touch with our done, you've linked all your good column, good speech, you're good, you know, favorite, whatever you've done, where you've linked it to something, which is search for more, you know, here's the last year, every now and again, you come across these people who know for example, you know, there's people who,

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who asked you for money sometimes, okay, some of them, okay, fine. You might think, you know, they're just doing it because they want to make some money. But some of you probably think that you know, what, they become homeless, because the only time I can change my mind about these people, was when I actually read a book on homeless people.

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I could pick the one that was in the library one day, and I just found a book, you know, homeless, I just sat there and I just read the whole book,

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from beginning to end. It wasn't it wasn't a very long read, but it was, you know, within an hour I finished it. But it was so interesting. To go into the minds of those people who become homeless. Before that. I never thought about their crisis. You don't think until something makes you think, I think, you know, allows me that maybe just made me sit there and read for a reason because for the rest of my life now, I can relate to homeless people. Because there's there's many situations they could have. They could have had people torturing them, you know, their own stepfather, stepmother couldn't approach them.

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Cigarette, no endings or whatever. There's horrible stories behind them becoming running away, that eventually they run away from home. But what made them run away from home? What made them suicidal? What made them come away from all of that? So you go into their mindset, their lives, and you understand that, you know,

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Mom and Dad, you know, let's say, mum and mom's boyfriend, and they were fighting those violence every day, and she got caught and all there was sexual abuse. So there was something that was horrible in the family, and that she had to run away. So she ran away. And what did she Where did she find herself were in a park? lonely at night, you know, and you read all of this anything? Finally, what did she do now she wants to get out, but she can't she's in a she's in a cycle. And when you read this book, you think, whoa, I never thought that you could go through this in life. So that is talking about in the park, you've not had a bath for six weeks, six to eight weeks, you

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haven't had a bath.

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And you've been sometimes under the rain. And sometimes you be should have by the by the by the guy who looks after the park, and you're living under from one bench to another bench from one place to another place from one under, you know, ground plays, whatever it is, you're living, and you stink, and you haven't had a bath. And you can imagine you're probably non Muslim as well, which makes you worse that they don't cleanse themselves properly after using the toilet. Not that they're using a toilet. Now they're using wherever, wherever they can find. And then no one wants to know them. Now they're really rejected. No one wants to, you know, a frivolous smell Get away from me. So now

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they're looking for a way back into society. And the only way they can get into is by means of getting a job. No one's once given give me a job and you read this thing. Whoa, what was that and then, okay, now, these people, they, some of them, they then go and sell the big issue. You know, this this magazine, some of you probably seen them. Anytime you see a person who was selling the big issue. After reading this, I mean that what goes to my head is that this person has chosen not to beg, is another hour that dignity they've chosen not to beg, but to sell something and try and make a bit of money so that they can get back into society again. So whenever now I meet a person like

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that, whether they're selling the big issue, whether they're just just seeing me at a station and said, you know, can you help.

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These are people who Savonarola, you see yourself as UCLA, Sam, in the prison, you're not used to have SLM in the prison. I don't know if you if you try and relate those wonderful things in the Quran and Hadith that you try and relate them to your life. And one of the one of the things I find that I use, what I said is that he's in this prison, and he's not supposed to be there.

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He's not supposed to be there. He's innocent. But then he's in the prison. And he's, you know, some some person sees a dream. So he tells them agree, when another person says dream, he tells them that the interpretation of the dream, and so on. And eventually the whole

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population, the jail says, if you ever see a dream, go reuse.

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So everyone knows him, for him interpret, interpret dreams, and eventually comes to men. And these two men that come to him, Swan a lot, these are not normal men. These are, these two guys have been in the king's palace. And they're on trial for this murder case. And they tell him a dream. And he's straightaway realized that, but what he does is he does, he is not selfish. He says, you know, they tell him the dream. And he knows what to interpret. So he knows they need something from him now.

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And he says, I'll give you what you need.

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And you get it from me. Probably a year,

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before food comes in the prison is going to give food up before the food time comes. And the guy comes around giving food to everyone.

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You get your interpretation so that they know now that he's given a timeline. So how wonderful is that to to think about? That basically said to you, I'm going to give it to you, because I'm given that with everything. How long is this going to go on? Right? So he said before the food arrived to get your answer in game interpretation, to listen to.

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And then he sat him down.

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He gave if you look at

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the Dow must have been within three minutes. It doesn't take you very long to give the express the Dow that he gave

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and then he gave the interpreter maybe five minutes or maybe 10 minutes if you if you expand it whatever. But again, the Dow he gave them and then he gave interpretation. So what he did here is he took as a profit he took the opportunity to hook him a chance of giving you down because they need something of you so take something in return. I was not well you. I want you to be saved from him.

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Fine, go to Jana. So he took this opportunity. So when I, when I sort of thought about, these people need something from you and you're going to give to them, Why just give it

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what is given to them, given their us. So if you see a person who's asking you for something, and you want to give it to them, don't just take one panel, just give it to them.

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Don't take just 2000, just give it to them, stop there for a while, something for two to three minutes. And I always do this any person, I want to give them money. I said, Okay, now, what you do is you just put your hand in your pocket, when you put your hand in your pocket, they know you're going to give them time. So as you're checking for your change, and you're looking inside for whatever

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they know you're going to give it that guy is not moving.

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You've got that tension for two or three minutes. And don't make it too long for me to one hour, mark off

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two to three minutes. And in that what you tell them is give them very short down as specific and to the point. What I would say to them is, do you know that there is a messenger that came to the earth never set a light in his life? Who had had this magnificent book revealed to him that is full of guidance, that will give you a way out of your miseries and your life that you have because they need that looking for hope. give them hope. Don't you dow shouldn't be at that time. Do you know you're going to help if you don't?

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Come on, give them hope give me positive so you say that that Qur'an and guidance, you know, you will find satisfaction in that and you'll find this within two to three minutes.

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Another person who follows that, and that's why I am like this and the people who are like me who follow this. They all have good character. They have you know, good morals, they have good behavior, they like to help people. Now this is music today is people like me to help people like them. Where's the next Muslim? That's just gonna go in his head. The other guy's done some deep, some wonderful, wonderful ways in the you know, the advertisements they give you and they don't they tell you one thing, but they make you think about another thing without telling you

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guys Hello. Are you awake? Did they tell you something?

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But what they're doing is they're really telling you something else. But they don't actually tell you that directly indirectly you pick that up.

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And you have it note every advertisement more or less does that tell you? Yes or no? Why's that contact me? Explain to me how they use it. Yes, right. I'm going to explain to you when

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someone's gonna put their hands up Now listen to me how not advertisement Does

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anyone know? Okay, they'll show you name a good sky who's acted on a Nike advert some sports

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Nike advert Come on guys gone. Don't you know go watch TV.

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Ronaldo, and then have Nike or Nike. So Ronaldo is going to be wearing he's not know when he wears that Nike.

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trainer. Okay, and this is not anyone wearing this right? Now or wearing this right? This is gonna have the best. They haven't told us. What the one what the one you just think they won't tell you. When you will know you think you can go away with that message with that message. The message is obviously that you've got to buy this now how do they do that? They say well, Ronaldo is a very good football player number one in the world. And he Ronaldo uses Nike, which makes him score like this. And the next part is a while

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and the ball goes flying straight into the net. Yeah, that's how good Ronaldo is. But why he used to kick that ball is a Nike pair of trainers. So Ronaldo is only good because he wears Nike and you can be good if you are Nike, so you will buy the Nike, right?

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You got it and bought it without them saying hold it. Okay, so back to the scenario where you've, you've just given down and you don't have to say the message to go search for other Muslims and go see what they want to say to you. You say people like me who have this thing. They like to help people

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and we go to a mosque.

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Next time you see a mosque walking in

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Anytime you want, yeah, you can, we can give you a copy of his book of guidance, if you just let that down to them. And the next time they see that they might associate now they might come in later on and they might sort of see that as a hub to beg for money. Doesn't matter. And one of the beautiful things about Abdullah bin aroma

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of the Allahu Allah you know what he used to do?

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He was famous for one thing, he was famous for freeing slaves.

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He became very famous for freeing slaves, but on one condition

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that slave is able to read his prayer with absolute devotion to Allah.

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When he saw a slave when he saw a slave that is absolutely devoted to Allah and His Salah, then Abdullah bin Ahmad to turn around to a slave and say you're free

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now what will that make the slaves of Abdullah

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naturally gone. If he's bought law slaves, they had slaves in those times it was natural to have slaves last time. So there is an honest Cogan discussion there imagine he had an Islam only did it for a pure reason he didn't do it for a wrong reason. His reason was to do what Abdullah bin Omar is actually doing right now. Okay, so he has all the slaves. Now the slaves, what they're doing is what they can do. Now. They know that Abdullah bin Omar was freedom to do this. But

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when someone came to Abdullah bin Omar and said, Do you realize what's going on? All these slaves? Yeah.

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They're trying to get their devotion in their bread because they know that you're going to feed them.

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And you know what he said? He said, Well, if it does happen, they actually become devout to God.

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And I've done my duty.

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If it happened that then you come to the Vatican, after maturity. His whole purpose was not to keep the slaves obviously that's that's the sooner okay. But the thing was, people come to me saying, why are you doing you're losing how these slaves are probably pretending who knows, to become devoted to God and you freeing them? And you you're under the pretense that they're doing it for God? How do you know this? And

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so anything is big. But at least out of the whole crowd of those people that did it sound alternative that some of them are good, good bunch of the alternative out through the method that he started.

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This all came up from that that word where maybe you lay them out, you might be personally you feel no one in your life has ever been influenced by anything you said to them, or demonstrated to them, obviously.

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And I get these people complaining.

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I remember, once in one room last year, a young 20 year old came to me and he complains any man, there must be something wrong with me.

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And I said what he said, he said all these youngsters when we go out to get data, and I see that he's successful, and he's successful, and his I've never been successful. People just don't listen to me or I just can't get my message across.

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Now there's a hadith for such a person. And you might you might not have anyone be influenced by you. But on the Day of Judgment, you are raised amongst all those people give it up for equal there's a new golden rule because you did it for the right reason. So back to the homies are heroes lots and lots of them that has seen this vision of all the profits and some of them

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hardly anyone and then he says evolution is

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a large group of people. They appeared in front of me, suddenly I saw that large group of people I felt that see this is my own. These are my people of my mind follows. And it was said to me another one who said to him is probably an angel. It was said to me that this is musala salaam and these are his people. But look at the horizon. So Professor Watson looked at the horizon and his soul and even larger, great number of people and it was said to produce a marvelous

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look again at that direction. And he's looked at the other director and he saw the largest group of people and it was said to me, this is your

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this is your alma

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with them. with them. This is an addition to your alma with them, there are most people 70,000

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them now, please don't forget, in Arabic When 100 is used 70 is used. Sometimes 100,000, use some 70,000 is used, all these expressions are to show an abundant amount, it's never the case to limit them to that amount. Please remember that. So for example, you know, when something's in Arabic, you have to actually look at the source and you have to look at the country or what the theme, the commentators have said. But if it's something like,

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you know, you, you do this certain thing, certain action, like muscle loss loss, we used to say he's the foul or he says stuff lost 70 times, that is an actual 74 and a half, he says that he used to do it 100 times, that is an actual 100. But there are other things like this hadith here, when it's 70,000, it means many, many, many, many people. So there's going to be a very large group of people amongst them, who will enter Jannah without any accounting, and without any punishment. Now, this is something

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unheard of.

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Now you can go to general without punishment, but you might have you know, most people will have an account. What that means is that you come to them gentlemen, last questions you even if he questions you slightly, he questions you.

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So, and then he might decide that you go into Janaka, he'll let you have that's fine. But the questioning itself is absolutely frightening. But hear me saying that I've been given this vision that there's going to be 70,000 going to general without any question, forget punishment, they're not going to be question. So that means they get up on the day of gentlemen. And they just end up with the with the prophets of Allah, Allah, I wander off to Jana, they just follow you because return now they've got no account. Allah says, you know, this caused a big, he can imagine if you arrived in Brazil, who said, Who is that? I want to be that person. So now here, Swan, I know you. I

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love the Sahaba because they asked questions on behalf of us.

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That's why I love them. If I was there at Manassas question, what if I was there, do the same thing, which is you stay up throughout the night? And you start saying, who could those people be? So these people stayed up? When Russell was the last one had gone? And they started to talk about who these these people could be? And some of them said, Well, maybe they are the companions, maybe it's us, as a very hopeful statement isn't.

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Right, because we have a company in the province that allows some of them said, Well, maybe it's the people. Maybe it's not us, because we were born as machines as policies, and then we accepted Islam later in life. Maybe it's those people who come afterwards they will be born as Muslim and die as Muslim instead of us who were born as polytheism then converted to Islam.

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And they said many other things, you know, amongst the things that they said and leg from the next day was also the last one came out in front of them.

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He came out in front of them. And he said that in this Hadith, he doesn't say this, but in a separate session last night. What were you guys having a What were you people having a debate about? What are you talking about? So they reveal that we were talking about this, the 70,000 you said without any punishment, without even any reckoning without an account. So Proxima now says who those people are, and he gives a few qualities. And he says one of them is liar, a liar. There are people who do not take who do not perform Rukia who do not ask anyone else to perform over here. And they do not take in any Omen in everything, and they just depend on each other. Now, this Hadith, this

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part of the Hadith needs these good commentary you can't just read this and this and that's it. I'm not taking any rokeya I'm not gonna ask anyone for anything you know, if I have to die on a drop on my around the floor on my nose, a man die and that's it. I'm not gonna take any of this okay. Now, this is not what it means.

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The LMR split over what this means the scholars have double what this means. There are group of scholars who said that it means that these people they are people who simply just trust in Allah that means even the Rokia is allowed now what is raffia Nokia is for example, you know, we've covered in this lesson before as well you want to lose blood we found out the nasty gonna blow in your hands in your past your all of your body disorders we did in terms of Nokia, even to reach sort of far too high. You want to reach any part of the plan that is related to send some illness that you got fine. You can recite it and you can blow on yourself that are driving the flora and fauna

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The evil eye and so on so forth, or draws from the hadith of Professor Larson. So whenever you blow into your hands of law on your body, or take any form of this in any any way, I'm

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used to the part of that, okay, that time was at some conference allows us to put his hand into a container of water. This is a Muslim after father, they used to come to Prophet sallallahu wasallam. And they said that Allah, Allah, Allah will put his hand into a container with a ring of water. And if you put his hand in there and took his hand back out that motor, they will take you straight to the president who's in their family. And in the early in the morning, from the very first day approximate of hours and anyone drunk from water. They said they got killed, they immediately got killed,

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and the blessing of Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. But there weren't many forms. There are many forms of Rokia. But the first group of scholars are saying that they do not even do this, as one group of scholars. Another group was called a debate in this they say No, this can't be true. Because if that was the case, then why would a locksmith himself take a rockier? Why would he himself take Rokia tell others to do here? When he was Ill say that and I shall be allowed on how she read. And she actually she wouldn't pass her hands over the proposal. Awesome. She took that proximus with own hands. She blew into that. And then she passed his hands over his body. Why would

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you know he allowed that? And why would he tell others to perform rookie and so on so forth. So the second group of scholars are saying that this hunting doesn't mean that you completely abstained from the Rukia, that is meant that this hadith refers to is the rokeya of the Jiminy days. So what's the Rukia the

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90 days is that you go to the gods, or you take certain omens, certain things. That's why that word here is here is written light upon your own, that they don't take an omen from anything. You want to take battlements from Sr. Crowe in the morning, or seeing a black bird in the morning, they thought that it is a bad day, I'm not traveling, I'm not going that's a bad omen. Right? That's how they work. So they there are people who do who don't do that. Now, this is a second group of scholars, and their strong evidence lies in the fact that he himself he performed Rokia. So nevertheless, whether you believe in the first or you believe in the second, these are people who either didn't

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take in Rukia or they only took whatever was prescribed in the in the Hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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said this Rob Kasha Hassan Al Asad. This was a Sahabi he stood up and in the crowd he stood up and he said minister of law, please make dua that I become of those 70,000 who go into Jannah without any punishment without

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a proper set of laws and said you are from it.

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Wow, he said you affirm that now another man got up and said yes, you have a lot to offer me that I become from them you know golden chance he is Russell's in LA he's at from his mouth you from them, you're from them finish Cebu. You can, you know, Reagan, he can put it on your wherever you want is sealed and signed and finished. So another man stood up and said literally draw the line from them. And he he said aloha Islam said Okasha, BTT,

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for cash or BTT. Now, why is it possible Some say that I didn't say that for cash immediately that is two different, again, commentaries on that. One is that a lot of orlimar have said that the second man who stood up or Samsung or someone who wants it, the second man that stood up, he was a hypocrite. And he wanted to get into now, instead of hating on the Prophet, the Hikmah the wisdom instead of saying, No, you're a monastic.

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The Hippo the processor instead of concentrating on his and the fact that he won't go for reason. He he reversed it said that will Okasha Beatty, and this is from the wisdom of the Prophet.

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But the but there's a second group of scholars who say that no, it wasn't that the reason wasn't because he was an African because in certain For example, I think in the essay generation that that's that says that this was actually a Sahabi and his name is even mentioned. So why is it a professor Lawson said belts or cashier has beaten me to do this. The scholars have competent and said well, if all of them standing up

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and saying you know i mean this rely on me, Mr. Milan Ministry of a lot and then not of that caliber to get into that, because now they are not people who are liars, poor or poor. There are people who

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Who don't fall in the category of how you use Rukia then that will put the processor in a difficult position. And they've also commented that Akashi be muscle, if you look at his life, his life was that he helped anyone whenever he could. And he lived a life. That was exactly what processor allows them said. So he worked, he said that another statement of profit and loss and so when he stood up processes, from the in, that Allah gave him from the, you know, the the knowledge of the unseen, Allah revealed to him was that passion would be of the 70,000. So he said he wouldn't be on the 70,000. But when the second month souped up, Russell Russell Lawson knew that this man,

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unfortunately, is not going to become of the 70,000. I mean, if you know from the 70,000, that you're a loser, it doesn't mean that, you know, you could be of the the, you know, the one that I wish I can be right and you can make as well.

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first met guy said Allah, could you make me on the 70,000, please be near the 70,000 that will go into general. And don't forget, it's a 70,000, then it's another 70,000 another Oh, just one large 70,000 do different different sort of integration.

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But the beautiful thing about it is that there's gonna be 70,000 Okay, fine. But after that Allah has, out of his mercy pure Mercy is going to take from his hand of mercy, whatever that means.

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He is going to take three scoops of people from the dead, three scoops of people and join them with the 70,000 say you just go into Jannah without any reckoning without any punishment. Whoa, now Subhanallah my dua to Allah is an email.

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And I will not make me from the 70,000.

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And if I don't deserve to be from 7000, like I would, I would have been a second man standing, then this lawsuit for yourself to be that guy should be to do it.

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You still got a chance, which is a lot include me out of your father, your bank t just scooped me up.

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From the day I've done and taught me near those people, you're going to scoop up? Yeah, this is how our lottery guys

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you know, this is this is your blessing day. If this happens to you, that you just get scooped up, and then you get to all the 70,000 that go into them. That shouldn't be you next month. And if you can say, you know, if you want you can add on that if it's not in my mercy, but my fate. And I will be those people that know a lot. You know, how do you bounty, whatever you do, don't punish me. And don't give me a very light recommend you're very easy one. And one you can say is if you ever decide to question me, then make me like that man that you said, in the Hadees where you will put is a beautiful Hadith, he puts a veil around that man.

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And Allah says you, you did this.

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And you did that. And the guys

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is trembling, his feeling is reading from the thinking that says I'm dead.

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So no one else sees what's going on. Allah says you do remember that night when you actually committed that sin. And this guy thinks

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I'm dead, finished laughing it all gone. Right? And Alaska says, Well, I took your deed, and I changed it to a good deed. And I gave it back to you.

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To my buddy

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gave it back to me as a good deed.

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Allah thing you, you haven't mentioned many other biggest things I've done and Allah is what I would end up saying, and all other many other greatest things I've done than the one you've mentioned. Didn't you change that one at all? What if Allah says I changed our changes when all our many, many other greatest sins. So you want to make glass a to allow

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a woman to Malibu if you're going to ask

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that person. Now these are ways that you can actually make law for NASA. So anyway, this is this is 100 is recovered and the whole point of that is topical topical, which is to actually depend upon a larger agenda. makers funding. We're going to come back after Marcela and we'll have we'll continue the next

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we carry on from the

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session on of

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the Penal Law, communities conviction and depending upon the Gaza

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we come to the next hobbies, hobbies

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are you ready to just go

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through the number 75 please?

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Even adverse radiolab reported at the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam used to suffocate, Oh Allah Do you have submitted and then you do I believe, and I knew I put my trust to you to my turn. And for you I argued, or Allah, I seek refuge with you through your power, there is none worthy of worship except you alone, you safeguard me against going to scrape You are the ever living the one who sustains and protects all that exists. The one who never dies, various human beings and Gen will all die.

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Even averse, ready love animals said when Prophet Ibrahim was thrown into the fire, he said, Allah alone is sufficient for us. And he is the best disposal of affairs. So did messenger have allowed so he was selling when he was told a great army of the pagans had gathered against him, so feared him. But this warning only increased him and the Muslims in faith and said, Allah alone is sufficient for us. And is the best Disposer of affairs of course.

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Okay, now, this hadith honey, number 75, our beloved ambassador, the Allahumma, he reports from the proximity that he used to say, this was the time was who was

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making a law to Allah, and listen to the law, because the law is a success from one state to another state to another state. And you can almost imagine this is an outer ring, and going from the outer ring into an inner ring, and going from an inner ring into more of an inner closer entering, and going from that flight down to the core. So we start with the most outer ring.

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This is the first thing that all people need, which is what I love laka Islam, Allah, I have submitted myself to you. So submission is something which is done with the outer part of the body. So when somebody is actually praying, the Salah is the outer part of the body, when somebody is

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you know, fasting into the outer part of the body, that you are not eating something, you are not drinking certain. So you can see the effects of this person staying hungry all day. So this is without all of the elements of Islam, the Salah, fasting, aka Hajj, and so on, are to do with the outer part of the body. And that's where every Islam starts. Even the Shahada that you said you said with your tongue, okay, you believe it with your heart fine. And of course, with your Salah, you've got a bit of it in your heart, you've got a bit of concentration in your heart, you've got a bit of, you know, remembrance of Allah throughout the days of Ramadan, that's fine. But the next stage is to

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turn your Islam into a real Eman into turn turning to a belief, because belief is something to do with the heart. So you make you still carry on with the outer, but you allow that to penetrate into heart. So now it's the inner circle, which is the next part of the heartbeat, which is bigger and bigger. Amen to that in you do I believe. So that's a transitional stage. And I'm believing in you. And if you look at the next stage, you can only have to record the whole point of this hadith is you can only depend upon allowing your humanity strong. So if you've just become if you're a Muslim, for your life, and the only thing that you've done is your outer practice and he doesn't read I mean,

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your inner faith is there but it hasn't really built up, then your talk or your dependence of an ally soldier is going to be weak or is not going to be almost non existent. So the next part is while a categorical and upon you I depend. So you've come now to a further inner circle, which is one of the qualities of the qualities of faith is that you actually depend on Allah. And you go even further he goes even further in the Hadith he says what he later added to

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our bodies this in other in Arabic, or in Havana from Parana has also used the word in Allah only been.

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Mooney vino Inaba means that you are now not only in faith, and not only dependent upon Allah because you can depend upon Allah and you can

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depend upon him certain times. And not other times, in other means that your focus is now online.

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So it's another is another inner ring is more of a core part of faith and of the deen and a religion, that your whole focus is now a law that you are completely turned towards Allah. That's what in other means. So la cannot, I have just turned myself completely to you. Now you can do that as a person of faith after a period of time, and that's you, yourself, and your will, that you whatever is going on in your little world, you manage to give a line your outer part of your life, your inner part of you believe and then you depended upon him and you made him your focus, that's fine as you will What about when it comes to you and other people are already coming to you and the

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rest of the people around you? Can you get into situations, when you get into situations of argumentation, of conflict of people not actually getting on with you? Could you also delegate their affairs to him? Can you do that? That is an utmost part of email. So that's what the processing says next, wabi kaha Santo, and all my affairs of whoever I have got, you know, whoever is my enemy, who is your enemy, or any enmity that I find, I delegate that matter to you. And this is one of this is a very high point of email, which is what you could have an enemy, you could have somebody that you know, is doing horrible things to you. And you could say, may Allah do this to you, and Allah do

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this to you and do that to you. And, you know, I'm fed up with you, I'm sick with you, and blah, blah, and you then send your most horrible words from your mouth to this person,

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you could do that. Or you could raise your hand and say, do this, do that to this person, boom, boom.

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You can imagine those words coming in your door. But the higher Eman which is this, this part of the Hobbes's world is that you say our law,

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I, as a servant of yourself,

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don't see it fit, that I pass a judgment over these people, or over this person.

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I am weak, in my judgment, I am limited in my thinking.

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And I cannot

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say things in your presence, that is only befitting of yourself.

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I delegate the matter of this enemy of mine,

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of this person who's hurt, who's causing me trouble, I delegate their affair to you.

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So if you now got wish to forgive them,

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then I have no say in that matter, for you have decided to forgive them. But if you decide to do something to them, then I also leave that to you that you do whatever is in your power, or will or in their fate, that should happen to them. That is of a higher and much more deeper part of the man. And this is what his heart is pointing to, which is that after you've depended upon God, you've got a couple more things to go, which is you depend on God, but you got to make a law you focus and focus not for yourself only. But for the rest of the world that is around you, you make a law, the focus, it doesn't mean that you just don't do anything about the evil around you. It doesn't mean

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that please Don't get the wrong message. It's like, they're gonna slap me, kick me hit me a lot. Unless they're fed to you, you know, and do it, it doesn't mean that you still try and sort out your problem fine. But in your heart and your prayers, you say or like you're the one who have delegated there, this whole affair to and you decide, finally, whatever the outcome should be. Then he continued by saying Allahumma inni, your exotic ally secret? through your power, your mind, your dignity, I see power through that. Not in a Highlander. There is no date anyone worthy of worship, except for you. And to the land of Allah. You've just made it

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all loving the person who submits to you and who has email, and who's a person who depends upon you and who is focused towards you, and who the person who delegates all of us to you. And you might think, whoa, uh, maybe that's why you won't have that feeling. But no, if you ever think if I ever think that that's it. I'm done.

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got all this knowledge, or I've got these actions, and I think like this, and our martial law trailer, this Alhamdulillah da, da da, and you don't think that you can slip?

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That's when you that's when you actually falter. These muscles as he says, He, as I know, why is he making this guy go out for our teaching, to teach us, he says unto the land, I seek refuge, through your mind, through your dignity,

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lest I ever slip, and I become one who is misguided by you.

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misguided buying until high, and levy line, my trust and all these affairs that I've got, the fact that I don't want to be led astray is because you are the EverLiving.

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And you are ever living in one neighborhood, meanwhile, Swan, my trustees in such a way that you are going to be there when others when I will die, when others will die, and we will have no reflection of ourselves, but you will still be alive. As in you will continue. And while genuine, all of them will be dead and gone, will die and perish, but you will continue. So the power is really all yours. And in that power, I put that trust in that is that dignity that you have, because you're going to be ever living, I put that trust. And that's the kind of law is a great round of seminars, if you will, I think in one

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either either. There's another similar generation like this.

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The currency, the wording here and this notion that we would save this when he would go to sleep

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is a good practice. If you can say this, like when you rest yourself, on your bedside, you say this door is not very long for you to learn alarmingly, like ask them to, to add a controller to a cabinet to will make a horizontal to learn this door is not and you can possibly bit by bit, you may say eautiful glad to put that trust in these drawers. Or have said that they have a wonderful impact on your life without you even know you don't know what I do for you when you making these drawers. You know many of us sitting here with practicing. How do you know which one of our daughters has made us practicing?

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How do you know? It could have been an MRI you went to you made a draft it could have been a time when you visit Ramadan and you sincerely made a one Ramadan, you weren't even a good practicing Muslim, but you may do our please make your practice and you cried and you shed those tears and allowed me that you know my food. And after three or four years, you suddenly the wind of practicing blows towards you. And you become practicing how do you know which love that was, or it might not even be your drama.

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You he might have been the draw of your mother, even your late mother, even your late father, they're gone dead and you still not practicing. But they made one of their nights somewhere or maybe many nights somewhere. They continuously made to our alarm my children, don't keep them off the path, bring them on the path, bring them on the path. And she's she's wept. she wept. Well, your father wept. And that never took place, never saw its

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effect during their life. So they perish and they died. And they went, but 40 years later, 20 years later that one day hits you, and you wake up and you start practicing. Or you never know according to the operands voila, it could be your grandfather's law,

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that there's a story in the ground where if you look at the travels of Hitler and and, and one of the stories, that kind of stories is where the grandfather hits the hits the child, it could be many generations as in the blob, the grandmas and unfold.

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You got that beautiful example.

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Go to carbon, he prays for profit to come after him that will you know, do all these things. And he's made that drop and 4000 years later that actually comes into existence.

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And he's he's the product of the irrationalism in front of the camera. So who knows it could be a happiness style or a person who was a teacher to you or a figure to you. Or it could be sometimes it could be because of the simplest act you did for someone and they generally, you know, felt good about it and they made some coffee.

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It could be that it could be that that's why it's always good to do good things to people and

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Trying to win their hearts. You don't have to get them to say with their tongue, that our law, I make dua for this person, sometimes their heart feels good. And that block comes towards your wonderful thing one of my teachers said once is that, you know, when you come to

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when it when you come to a shop,

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when you come to shop, and you notice that that shopkeeper is doing really well, he might have a little business while he does, but he's doing well.

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Sometimes it's because of the fact that people have come to his shop, and they need a way with a good heart. That's what it is. And we're number of years when people need from his premise with a good heart because of the way he treated them. Because of the, you know, small little help he gave them, because they know that he gives a little bit of barking, what are the areas that he makes him feel good about, by the time they leave the show, that good heart good feeling has an effect that a lot and brings about the Baraka makes his business do well. And my teacher also said that sometimes when you see a person or it could be the cover of a law, a person not doing good in his businesses,

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because of the way they are treating people. And the people who leave away from them from their meetings, from their dealings from their interactions, they leave with the heart thinking, I didn't like that I didn't like that guy

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treated me or the way he spoke to me, or he was very demeaning, or whatever the case is. And a number of people over the years go away from that. And that thing has a negative effect on that person. So it could be either either the two of you, or just keep that in mind. Because anything could could affect this after a number of years, the next highest which have other read, and I'm not gonna make commentary on this, because you've already made content. And this is what I mentioned last week, about hussmann, allaahu and aramaki. That the grandma said when he was thrown into the fire, and he said when when the people of people said after the battle would have explained last

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week, that they're coming back for you, as soon as a lot of them said has been around with him or lucky. So this you know, this guy is the one that is why did he Why did he mention is this hair salon, when you look at the title, this is what this is ultimate work? Have you got all odds against you. And you say that God explained to me last week, you just say when grandma said was in the fire all odds against myself, and was enough for me, and was enough for me. And there's no person I can tell you this right now. There is no person with faith. You say this with all odds against you. And you just say hospital hospital

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saying that there is no way a person will say this with faith. And

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there's absolutely no way I don't believe that because there's been times in my life. When I've been in situations where I think, Wow,

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this, this is for me. There is no way to turn. There's nothing I can do. There's absolutely nothing I can do. And I've had moments I've said

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several times, I found that somewhere crack opens and there's daylight for you. Right there. There's you coming out of you know, you know, the belly of the whale, like new set of the Senate, or whatever it is somewhere if something happens, and it happens and you think there's no way this was natural. There's no way this was something of a sequence of events that would have naturally happened. This is Allah intervention, that he actually made this happen. So you know, we end up there next week. inshallah. Sorry, just before we leave your question.

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Question in the translation here.

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It says, after you I put my trust to you do I turn transition lenses? And for you, I argue, yes, there's difference of thank you the difference of opinion, enough for you, I argue.

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For you, I argue all it means that

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all my ways of dealing with all the enemies of yours and the enemies of this religion in your pathway and me trying to overcome them are trying to do something all that was for your sake, is all for your sake. So I'm doing what we're saying. But in that there is a deeper meaning, which is that you know, everything that I'm doing in terms of the affairs of others, that's not for personal reasons. My devotion of all of that is also for you so you can pick up the computer a practice in array person is trying to get close to Atlantis for your own personal steps toward your translation of that phrase.

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If that's the meaning that will be there, then it will be that I show my enmity towards your enemies are tools other enemies have through you through meaning that the bigger house and for you for your sake, I am showing all this enmity to these people.

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Well, the enemies of this religion, but the enemies of myself for yourself and so for your sake, I'm doing this, and that would be the translation

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for that. Okay, any other last question before we leave? that's related to what we've said

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tremendous happiness at that moment in time.

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Other times you just feel safe? Is there

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a way of saying what level of

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so so sis is asking

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is asking us sometimes, you know, you don't have good act and you feel some really good insight. And other times you've done a good job, we don't feel is there anywhere compared to that towards your status? Or where you are with Allah? We do? And the answer is, whether you feel something inside or not, is not the reason for you to believe that you've got a high status or low status election, what you should look at is whether you're able to perform an act over time with continuty.

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That should be a reason to say Alhamdulillah. I'm close to her. So for example, somebody is always doing their five daily prayers, and they always looking after prayers, and they're always trying to get enough time and so on. The fact that you're doing this for several years is a is a mark of your closeness to God, not the fact that in certain prayers over the 10 years, you felt, you know, really close to God and other prayers, you just didn't feel close to God, that's no sign at all. That's a bonus from God. And he gives to someone freely willy nilly, whenever he wants to, he gives that to different surgeons, but they close to them automatically the closer to God, you measure by the

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continuty of your actions over a period of time.

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So is that not Hey, you know what to do with a chance the next time you sort of walk out

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