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The hora de la la, la,

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la, la La, La La, La

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funny upon hire on only a smooth woman can a

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do very well you

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number 15 is

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is important that the higher Muslims

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agreed upon

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finding a Muslim is called work

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means what? agreed upon. So finding a Muslim agree that

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and that's nice to be

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we're talking here about the singular reports

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continuous testimonial reports which has been

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reported by a large number of people in everyday life and share duration. So the chain of narration is where we say from song so important from so on, so forth. So, that is a chain of narration if you're having every layer, a large number of people that's called continuous testimony which is endless

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and that is the highest form of authenticity at all. This is equal in authenticity of transmission to

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report to by container system

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equal in the strength of transmission to

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the least amount Arthur,

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you know, particularly you know, we're not talking about the wording just meaning if you want to record Eastern authoritarian meaning, the rest are senior reports and in the cemetery towards the highest degree of authenticity is that which was reported by Bukhari and Muslim together

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so that's how it was reported that plenty of Muslim and it is reported from a be higher or lower. That is, usually when we say report the town we skipped a chain except for the Sahabi we mentioned the Sahaba is that each belief is known by the Sahaba very important to them, but you we skip the chain unless we're sitting in a hubby's class then you go over the chain and we discussed that Erica is only one

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class it's at a scale class or after class and so on.

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So the Korea Muslim reported for the higher there's nothing that a Muslim saw

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that means that the chain ends

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so the report from from someone who referred for someone from someone from

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a Muslim very important for the arrival of a longbow that he said the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Men can learn what do women accept ciriaco

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men can or you know the law he was young with acid for the apple fire. How do you

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carry on young and active at your current job? uncanny

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t who believes a lot in the finding of the yoga dancer means you can translate this as they have judgment that would be a translation. You know, basically you're translating the meaning you're not translating the word. The phrase

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means the final thing.

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So when can I

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How can people believes in luck and the final day, Korea could

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speak? Good?

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out or stay silent?

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woman can you create

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new beliefs and align the final day for your current job? Let's

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treat with generosity as labor powder is labor, peace, animals with generosity

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declined to his neighbor.

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Dharma is generosity.

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You know, treat his neighbor with generosity.

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It is also about graciousness, with graciousness.

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So when can I

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ask for the approval jar? commentary, I'm in the library on DACA, who believes that a lot of the kind of day that the open Lupron bio, markers, guests,

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or guests.

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this is certainly

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another beautiful honey, the honey from the profits of the argue

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in this

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class about an email, who has faith and who does not have faith, He who has faith should do these things. Because these are men, these actions are part of faith. Then we said that

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the actions are part of faith. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said in emails that also want to show in Episode 70, some parts

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the first of which is the character that

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we have now.

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And the lowest is removing part of the way

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where I'm trying to shorten the trauma, email and modesty is one part of email. modesty is one part.

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Which means what it means that actions are parts of email. And in this case, the professor zone tells us of some actions that are considered part of email. But the beauty of this is that you know, those actions, some of them are the rights of a lot, and some of them are the rights of the people, right. Some of them are actions of the tongue, and some of them are actions of the body. Some of them are actions, and some of them are abstentions.

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karma is action, torque is abstention the lever.

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So this has combined all of them. Right? Where are the rights of a lot here, but Apple can speak good, or stay silent. Because speak good or stay silent was only about hurting people.

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Certainly, that's part of it, you don't speak that which is harmful that which is offensive,

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but it is also about speaking good in general. So you cannot fabricate lies against the law, you cannot mock the size of a mind. You know, perhaps

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10 jokes about the use of space. Some people have asked me to do that.

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So my guess

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is guests honor his

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name neighbor. These are very tough people. So let's combine between the rights of Allah the rights of the people combined with between action and inaction, abstention leaves

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our speaker that good or stay silent, stay silent is inaction substantial abstaining from speech. So it has this and

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this also has the two angles of actions or the two arms of actions, actions or the actions of the body speech and bodily actions. And you know, for the upper panel we also touch on the tongue speak good or stay silent.

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The rest of the actions of the body and did not come to be involved also in honoring your guests and honoring your labor.

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let's try to remember this honey. Can we repeat men can I you know the lab

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What do woman after

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woman can

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One young

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one young woman.

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let's start with

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evil believes that a lot of the time of day doesn't speak good or stay silent.

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This reminds us of our hobbies, that is also an important thing to also find funny and Muslim, which is the purpose of our southern accent.

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in love, like you're

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young enough enough

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So, the lease is also agreed upon.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, in a gradual manner with Kenny Umansky speaks a word, literal one in love the parents in the pleasure of Allah

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language, he doesn't give much thought to it doesn't pay too much attention to

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your power level, we have

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a lot of reason by many degrees, many rights a lot. You know, we're raised we're raised by many rings.

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So, someone may say like,

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he does not give much thought to it does not pay much attention to it. Why is he being rewarded? said he had no intention.

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Why is he being rewarded? You have no intention. He said the purpose of Islam to give much thought to like

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was not the intention was not to give us

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this is finished waiting.

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Karina Mansaf up in La, la de la vida. Young Enough Enough of your ask

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may or may speak a word given

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the current system the anger of a law

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who can but he doesn't give much thought to it. isn't paying attention to him?

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Yeah, who will you be half an hour. He falls into the fire

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have fun in the report to the committee. There is an addition Sabina Farrington 7474 seasons, hurry to see the fall season. But it means you're seven years, seven years.

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70 years.

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So, but the question is, why is he being rewarded?

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Don't we know that? You know,

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by Deborah Kiba. Watch her over MIT recorded records.

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Yes, right. But once again, like why is he rewarded if he does not pay attention to what he said? If he didn't patrons, which is sad.

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Because he trained themselves to be good. And this became a second nature for him.

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You know, he trained themselves to speak good until he speaks good as like a business is second nature. He's polite and courteous. He's good, you know, helpful,

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you know, not offensive as a second.

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And then if it becomes a second nature does not punish you by depriving your reward.

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You know, you have gotten to a point where goodness became, he became your nature.

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Your speaking goodness. You know, kindly, respectfully.

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properly, just because this has become your nature. So what a lot of them deprive you of rewarding because you have gotten yourself all the way to this point where you made the miss your nature? No, he will not. Allah is more generous to do this.

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Okay. So,

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but then in the at the same time the other one is not given talk also in

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a manner that speaks you know, a word that turns in the anger of a lot It does not give much thought to it. Yeah, he definitely falls into the Hellfire thereby,

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for 70 years, he keeps on falling for seven years

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because of the word.

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Now, this person is not paying attention to what he said also, but that is not exempt from the punishment does not exempt he does when he is required to do is to stay silent.

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What he's required to do is to think about what he will say before he says, The berada Report from other metabolically alone, the purpose of the progress of our southern sir

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Sally Mann Naval Academy

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kuchibhotla, early in Nicoletta Zaboo, Salomon, you will continue to be safe.

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Madam Speaker, so long as you did not speak.

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For any length, once you speak,

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good luck, it will be recorded for you, or against you.

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Therefore, you are required to think of what you say you're required to think of it before you say, because oftentimes, we can, you know, we have like those little arguments between us. And then you say here like a brother, sister, wife, or mother,

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and son or daughter or father, mother, I think much of it, No, you're wrong, you should have thought much of you should have thought a lot about it before he spoke.

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So it is a requirement that you stay silent all the time, until you have verified that what he was saying would be good

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for the audience, that's basically the meaning of for lack of a better term, speak good or stay silent. Because the prophets have said that there is only two types of speech, good and bad.

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So the unless you verify that it is good, it is going to be bad.

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Because guess what,

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even frivolous speech is bad.

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And it has been reported to the Prophet something

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for him

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to pass is what is the Avada.

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So the

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speaking much causes hardness to the heart because the heart v have to become harder. And no one is farther removed from the mercy of a lot than the one who has a heart to heart.

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Heart weapons, are they not so not.

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So, in this case, this is an important exercise for us.

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To learn to stay silent, have used exercise, try to do

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don't listen to this lecture and just go home and

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go about your business the same way.

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This means that this is not for you. It's not beneficial.

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And the one who holds the ambulance nothing official is terrible in the crowd is very bad. You know, it's terrible,

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like a monkey carrying scriptures.

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he whenever you hear any argument, you have to act upon it otherwise, the parable of the parent is very bad for those who hold knowledge, which they go back to.

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So we exercise silence. And you try to do this. And then every time you want our word, the setup the writers predecessors used to say that it goes through your heart first, in hospital through heart. That means it goes through through your mind because it would not go through your heart instead of have gone through your mind.

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The mind

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is less intricate than the heart. It is it is more superficial, the heart was deeper than the life. The heart is a step higher from the mind. It goes through your mind first, you know what it means and you you know the balance of benefits the heart and you know, whether it's like a good word, and support and so on and so forth. That's the mind. The heart will take care of the rest. Is this for a long

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time, historically

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Right situation, I say this to the right person, the right time, in the right place, the right situation for the right purpose, which is the pleasure of Allah.

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All that is really processed by the heart is handled by the heart so that it goes through their heart, meaning we go through your mind, and then through your heart, and then speak. And if we try to train ourselves to do this, you will be speaking much less.

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And then you will have much less to worry about when you eat.

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If you speak much less

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one of the greats

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the SAT,

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math, have john water, a bottle of water, Do you have one? As of that may have seen an

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influx the lessor

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may have done a rebuttal whether they have been accepted and have seen and this woman us Baja, you, sir,

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not had

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not not hacked. What are the VA normally bought? Which is guarding the posts of the workers? What does he have? No idea.

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I said that is harder and more difficult than men have simply said, than restraining your tongue. Then restraining your thought, Well, now as to baja up moholy Santo, and he who rises in the morning wakes up in the morning concerned about some possible happiness terminology. He would be in much

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he would be much occupied. He would rise with great words with great words.

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Because you're afraid the most the thing that you're afraid of the most

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is not you know, your supervisor at work is not your enemy. is not you know, the neighbor who's going back to you. It is your own peril. You're afraid of us the most. So if you wake up every day in the morning concerned about your Thank you, you're waking up with great worries.

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Oh, what about Rosie's one time, he had he was all around. So surrounded himself with the company of scholars, he was one of the greatest scholars of his time. And he surrounded himself also the company of scholars. So one star seven this company

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that I think that the one who

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have served in Lincoln Academy. I think everyone who speaks or who stay silent, based on knowledge is like one who speaks out of knowledge for the basis of knowledge,

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the knowledge, he said to him, by hope that the one who speaks on the basis of knowledge will be greater than the size of a long day of judgment, the one who stays silent on the basis of knowledge, because the one who speaks to benefit, his speech will be beneficial for others, whereas the one who stays silent is silence will be only beneficial for him

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will be only beneficial for him. And the man said to him said to him

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will matter.

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how about the trials.

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So so

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the the trials of speech for

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the trials of speech are huge tracts.

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Because the trials of speech fitness is not only that you speak that which is good.

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It's not only that you need to verify that what you're saying this

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is not only that, you want to verify that what you're saying is for the sake of a lot. But there is another tribe here

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is that you need to be the first person to act upon this speech. These people will benefit from the speech and you'll be thrown into the fire.

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That is a great trial. That's a great fit for speech. So you want to verify that it is good. You want to verify that it is right. And you want to verify you're saying it for the very purpose. But thereafter, he'll be speaking all of this you will be speaking and speaking speaking given the topic to the people and so on.

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And you're bound by all the silence you

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you're required to uphold, you know what, what you preach. And that is extremely difficult, and it's extremely hard.

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So he says about the trials of speech,

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and had been heartbroken as he started to cry profusely.

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And Allah was given a speech one day and other people, people's hearts became slender, and they started to weep and stop.

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And he said to him, what would you What? Why don't you carry on, so that we may all better?

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And he said,

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the same thing I discovered that second before in a dilemma, speeches.

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And then he said, Well, probably not me. And

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And it is more difficult for the believer to act more than to speak.

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And when he's the, you know, he ended his speech.

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So, speech in general, even if it is good, that there are there are great strides in speech,

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many, many phrases,

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many stops making, you need to pause many, many times.

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You want to pass them to verify that it is good.

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What particularly if you're speaking about their religion, about the political process, you have a phenomenon of a highly professional life in

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which your friends describe this as colorblindness to fabricate lies against the law, must surely also publicly advise against the law will never prosper.

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So you want to verify that is correct, once verified, authentic, you want to be speaking on the basis of knowledge, not ignorance, you want to verify that what you're saying, You're saying for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala.

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Not for the sake of the people and under separate in the sake of celebrity enough for the sake of inkosi or karate, or

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you know,

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or any event. But after all of this, and you have done all of this.

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The problem is, all of the following deputy said you will now have the power to live by email, you have to live according to it. Otherwise, you will be

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benefiting the Eco was knowledge that you will be deprived of its benefit. So they may go, they may, you may become concern of kindness to them that way. And

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you become a bridge on which people you know, prosku agenda and then you're thrown into the heart.

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So that is one cannot do me

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a favor. He believes a lot on the final day that must be good or stay silent.

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men capital and today, remember,

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the woman can

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when young affects

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a new career.

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And he believes in allowing the pilot to honor his neighbor, that country is his neighbor with generosity and graciousness, graciousness.

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So you can

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do you know whose job

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discovered 777 is for the

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houses down this way, or the houses that are this way according to houses that are with this way for the house.

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So it's a radius of 40 house.

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Basically, if you're talking about patriotism, are Muslims patriotic? By nature, they should be patriotic.

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By nature, they should want the good of all people. But they're not patriotic in the negative sense of literary patriotism, because patriotism has been used as another form of tribalism, clan ism,

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to basically use our rights of others, to violate others on the basis of, you know, rooting for your own people, you know,

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legions to people siding with your own people. Patriotism does not have those negative connotations for patriotism in Islam that the concept of economics, the concept of treatment of the neighbor means that it goes out in circles. So the people that are most deserving of your kindness are your next door neighbor. So I'm surprised when she asked him about two neighbors that she has which one is cheaper, more tender store? He said to her how clever acaba Houma better than the one who is the closer door to you.

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So, so, it seems that the Muslims, the Muslims have

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this obligation to be good to the neighbor, and this neighbor is Muslim loves the neighbor, and then goes out in circles. So that is the concept of patriotism. positive sense.

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So here are like as already said, for the houses this way for the house

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and beyond? It is basically that, you know, you have to be most beautiful to the one that next door and then the one that's

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final word

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when it comes into the liberation of our era, right, I didn't say is, you know, in the

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eyes of the scholars, you mentioned one

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of the greatest scholars, one of the greatest scholars of rebellion. So it is it gives you an indication gives you a hit when anything gets shorter of a parameter assume that it's not used as

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a decisive definitive proof. Right. Yeah. But it does give you an indication you said an sob.

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So it's

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basically corroborated evidence not decisive definitive. All

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there are so many, I mean, certainly about,

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you know, I would choose some for you.

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Why don't we think about the current job is famous and everybody knows that this is also important by a party a Muslim.

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And also reported this one is reported by a party or Muslim from the home or advice or the other owner, the prophet SAW someone upset massage, I believe you will see me but Zack hopped onto an MC where this gap continued exhort me about the treatment of the neighbor, until I saw that he was given part of the inheritance that he was given a share of the inheritance. So he continued to exhort them about, you know, how important to give treatment to the neighbors in the practice was

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that the next thing he said is that the neighbor will have a share of the inheritance

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along with a family

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that that shows you how

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this is this is big, right? Think about this, this is really big. So think about your neighbors so that you're

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trying to do something good for your neighbors tomorrow. Really, because, you know, let's just do something I

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am here

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to strike the hobbies. So, I actually approached them is like a longer like

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an older guy, older fellow.

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So they ended up being from India, he lived in Iraq is not possible. He ended up being from India, you know, been around for some time. So I approached them and I was you know, hesitant, he is

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me, so I said when he approached him, so I approached him and he said to me,

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this is like a car with an Iraqi. So

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he took me by surprise, so he said thank you.

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Alright, so

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the nice thing is like we fear sometimes that you will not be able to see, but Sure.

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What is the most that you lose? He will be alone.

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you've tried to walk away, you're not.

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Okay? So I'm saying, Take this and do something with it right? And do something with it tomorrow and after tomorrow, do something with it. This week should be your week.

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Do you know a little bit of each

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exam, particularly with regard to kindness to the neighbors, in the efforts to know you guys are gonna watch right? So

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building blocks of an organization, let's get things

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started with Madison chapter. So

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the idea here is the problem is, is really conservative.

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He said,

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he said laser movement or Levy, yes, bow gyro Buddha. Laser movement is not a believer. And Olivia, he who,

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you know, fills his stomach

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when john

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while his neighbor is hungry, while his neighbor is

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it, can you imagine the weight of this?

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Have we really like as communities as Muslim communities.

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We become neighbors of our community here and so on and so forth. But I believe he started going out to see you know,

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check that travel, check out on the homeless in our neighborhood and give them stuff. For me this, you know, this campaign in Minnesota, which is

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it was a beautiful day,

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one time, or actually two times, and we did something with

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some relief, which was,

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you know, the building blocks was their local

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district distributing stuff, but doesn't what's that

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sort of days, you know, dedicated for the homeless, you can imagine the first of all, those homeless are not,

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are not necessarily slackers. And we just hear some of them that have jobs at least just got laid off. And life is really hard here, when people don't really check on each other, there is no such thing here.

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The family ties are weak, and so on. So you can be at home later of

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the effect of this. And you're not too proselytizing, in your approach to basically it's not to be in our Muslim, we came here to give you guys. So you know, just remember, we're Muslim,

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it will be obvious that you're Muslim kailyn. And then you will say something there that will show that you are Muslim, you will be asked and you'll say that impossible.

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But basically reach out to them and show them that we care that we care about other people. So they said yes.

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We did not say he is Muslim. He said.

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They said yes. He's not a believer, even further stomach from his neighbors,

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as far as you know, is that injure or harming your neighbor. And this is something that you know, at least if you're not going to do something good

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because it's like

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a medical vaccine, or first do no harm.

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You know,

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as, as individuals, as communities, as

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he should not find your neighbor. If you don't mow your lawn, you're harming your neighbor here.

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Because you're depreciating the

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value of the properties around you. If you're not blowing your mind, you're harming your neighbor passively.

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You're just being a nuisance for the neighbors. Because you you're depreciating the value of the properties.

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There is too much to think about these things, you know, harming your neighbor. How could I avoid harming the neighbor in any way

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being too noisy, reckless and so on is harmful. So, this can easily afford to buy traffic

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wherever they

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sell them for the profit salon someone was asked about two women mm

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hmm be sent to the prophet SAW southern India Hola,

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Fernando means salt. So,

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such a such

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a such a such a woman

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to suddenly be late.

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So, suddenly later what can

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what I can see this and he has a

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paragraph fabula lafevers he here he is

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playing the piano

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to suddenly comes with a score on the bar with the sub dr B as

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Lisa has eaten away with that when I came up with the JIRA,

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okay, so in Aquila such and such over.

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So suddenly, like she prays over overnight.

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During the day

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while I can see the sunny outside, she has something in her car, which means he is a little bit she is Professor impolite

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to the Geraci harms her name.

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So the professors are laughing at her there is no good

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to be about five. That's what the purpose of

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Keep in mind, she may be doing a lot more in a year.

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Because you're not casting most of the days, you're not afraid most of the light.

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So you should be concerned because someone like this was actually sent to the Hellfire because she was harming the neighbors. So someone like us

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should be should be quite concerned, because we're not doing as much as she does.

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And when they said to the prophet SAW Selim,

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to somebody and such and such a woman, another woman, she praised the five obligatory prayers.

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And she passed them on alone on purpose of why and she gives she charity powered cottage cheese have

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an epic, epic is the cottage cheese. So we have work currently a free container. He said to me, she doesn't have anything else to give her to give away. But she doesn't harm her neighbors so that

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she will be done.

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So that puts things in perspective, not police puts things in perspective for us, the hobbies

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and that nice moment, many years ago, whatever who he is now a believer, he will find his neighbor is hungry. A lot of people use this to say that Islamic scholars are socialists

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struck a year you know, someone who struck a chord or socialism, communism or was was like popular in our countries. Everybody wants to say that it's not as communists, socialists. So everybody was looking for Hobbes, this is basically treating Islam like an orphan child that's looking for a parent,

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you know, the doc, the doctor. So one time you tried to say this man is capitalist. So, or socialist or whatever is is popular, he will find people to say, Oh, this is a slap.

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So is this not calculus or social?

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did I have before?

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More to a company? Yes. But you don't say it's capitalists. islamize.

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But if you have to say, you know whether it's closer to capitalism or socialism,

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you have to say it's closer to compassionate capitalism than it is to communism, because basically the sacredness of

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private ownership is that you do not touch

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You know that the loneliness of others and their infighting

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and removal of customs and taxes and all of this and free market ideas, this would make it a little bit closer to compassionate capitalism

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to communism

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or to the, to the extreme forms of socialism?

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Because it's a spectrum. So you can't really say it's closer, particularly with socialism, certainly it will be closer to compassionate capitalism than it is to communism. But when it comes to socialism, he can't really say because socialism is a wide spectrum of the Democrats. If the democrats are socialists, then it's not a socialist.

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So, but

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anyway, so the idea here is you don't want to say if it is capitalist or socialist, you want to say as long as but then you will, you will, you will say that compassionate capitalism is closer to Islam than

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than communism, compassionate capitalism, schools are based on the finger.

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The last third of this is about

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we were done with labor, although there is much to say about the nature of it, you know, but remember, the concept of patriotism in the neighbor,

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neighbor, we're

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a good neighbor is the essence of patriotism. Remember, this issue of capitalism?

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In communism, remember to always say that the standards and style but if there's something that if I have to say which one is closer this time that I would say this is closer to this now, this is very important for your understanding of your deen and your confidence in your deen and your being is not open to China. It's not looking for adoption.

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Okay, so

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there's nothing that Islam lays out the you know, or lays down the the details of governance for people it leaves so much for the human infant, for the exercise of,

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you know, experimentation with trial and error, and so on and so forth. It lays out the guidelines, the major guidelines for the last protocol are deemed necessary to be spelled out for people so that we don't transgress for trespass developers.

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Thieves so much for

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exercise, the

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last part, which was the third part woman, Canada,

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repeat common Canada.

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Evil believes in a lot. And the final day, sugar that

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she graciously reserves Lee, his guest,

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treats his guests with great hospitality.

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Oh, is the guest entitled to anything?

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entitled to work? How many days

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three days. According to the majority, this is an emphasize server. But according to a number of Nisar kits are obligatory to the point where he said if he refuses to host you, you can take away your power you can take away what you're planning to have one of the two reports and

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he said one of the two reports he said you will take him to court and the other important said you can take you

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can see

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if you can lay your hand on your terror, which is basically left in your ear not gonna take time and money and run away. You're just thinking a little bit a fool. You know, that's your pet.

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So, why did they say this because Muslim, you know, certainly is the teacher of Muslim so when we say because Muslim reported we're not saying that Madrid read this and Muslim inaccurate is Muslims teacher Biharis.

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But the hobbyists was there

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before was the conductor, who was there.

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Like I said before, it would be quite there to say,

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you know,

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accidental discoveries he found

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in Africa by 42 years before he was born. So, you have to

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this is terrific the sphere, which we will not do tomorrow, by the way is because we are, we are, so, we have more

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people brothers, who are going through a missile. So, in terms of the brothers to go to a&m, and to, you know, make sure that they don't miss

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those who are going to the conference.

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At any rate,

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so, members can report it. So, this was

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a Muslim and this is acted upon, report from me Sure, I have a low on one of the Sahaba. He said, The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said,

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the briefing serasa

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how the aptitude

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was the

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hospitality is for three days for jack.

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And his best treatment is for one guy in one line, the string contains what he give for, you know, like, devote attention to your gifts for one day. And then there are two extra days where, you know, he is entitled to hospitality, hosting him, but he knows that human beings are, you know, we have limited capacity, they are little resolve,

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so that you're not going to be able to perform to them, you know,

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in your, to be in your best for your

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guests for three days. So just the first day, he tried to be as attentive as possible to the needs of your guests and so on. But then he is entitled to two more days.

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And when after those three days, the profit or loss of himself,

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Vatican, whatever he spends on him afterwards, it is charity. It is charity. So this is an encouragement from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam for the host, you know, to show hospitality for more days, because it has some effects as a charity.

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What if it is not permissible for the guests? In other prophets? Allah says this, because Islam is not only idealistic, it combines idealism of realism.

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Because you cannot, you there is no utopia on earth. And you have to understand words. So the promise was on himself, but I had what I want, it's not permissible for the guest. And yes, we are in the hotel, stay at his place to stay at the place of the host. Factor, you estimate until he causes him to fall in sin. Then he says,

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he was still sort of like, how would he make it How, how will that guest make the host whole instead

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he he will stay with him until he has nothing to offer him until he has nothing to offer him. So that guest also should be sensitive, considerable.

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Now, so so this is a very powerful having that problem was I was talking about it in

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the three emails about American soccer

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is emphasize it is really important that you're reading about it, don't do it. But it is not obligatory in America

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as well, he is a five of the best, and you can take it to court, this evil poster.

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But at least what we have to learn as a community here, and if we're not going to be able to do this or take people to our homes, we should have a place for them to stay.

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As community we should have like guest house for people who are travelers and so on. It is so

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shameful that many people, many immigrants who come here, stay in the basements of churches, because the Muslim community is not accommodating. They do business with churches. You know, what do you think your feelings will be? What do you think that the take home message will be you know, stay on

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You know, in the basement of a church and being treated very nicely by the pastor, the priest, and so on. So given through that, you know,

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clothes and, you know, getting someone to play with the kids every day, they do.

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So well, you know, those are immigrants.

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This is a very critical time, it's a sign of weakness, and for me, to come to new land

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around them and so on, it's a time of vulnerability and weakness. And if we do not obey them and embrace them, they will be embraced by others. So that is a great shortcoming

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of leveling,

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leveling, why is that a 701

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he who does not post his guests, does not belong to Muhammad, nor does he belong,

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because they were the most generous prophets. So he does not host his guests because not the 100 nervous he belongs. And I've already

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passed by people one day,

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that weddings, other people can

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pass the baton. So we asked them to host them and they refused, you know, so that he could spend the night

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but they refused,

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walked back to his drive, and he got his food out and he sat down. But look at this, he is this

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is the students

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after we refuse to host them,

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did not, you know, imagine that he would actually be sitting there eating. So he went and invited them to share the food with him.

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So they refused to his invitation. So he said to them,

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Oba invest don't miss Islami RSA, usually, you know hosts, the guests, and you do not accept the invitation, you have nothing to do with this man. You have nothing to do with Islam, customer of Islam,

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similar encounter, and he said to them,

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mathematic is described in detail.

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So, you have no relationship to the square,

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or you do not hold on to anything except to this, which is the end of the government.

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we asked ourselves, why are we so backward? Why? How could the Sahaba be who they were when they did these things?

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They were raised by the prophet to be a generation of piety generosity, graciousness, nobility, you know, integrity,

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lost years of spirit, everything

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can be these things. So we all need to do.

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We only need to do them to basically earn the reward. So basically become

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a righteous generation you know, worthy of help and support for the last time.

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Let's repeat it one more time. One final time so that we can remember men can uh, you know, good luck

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for the young

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woman can.

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Woman Karen,

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one young actor,

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but your current wife

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