Hadith 27

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Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam all

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the while it's smooth enough saikawa carry

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he was gonna

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get us

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on a step back,

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it is helpful to say this every once in a while

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it is important to that when you love your brothers for the sake of others, you tell them

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practice on themselves you love your brother for the sake of a mountain.

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Because that brings about, you know, compassion between the believers, which was one of the objectives of the study on his three minutes to bring about compassion within the believers. So those partners are coming down and those products were

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probably maybe part of it.

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I mean, like sexual needs

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for the purpose of your wheels, can you I'm skipping

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so today

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we have headings number

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for this number 27 happens to be to a Hardee's

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meaning to squeeze more calories in here because they're the sort of compliment one another, to have a nice complement one another.

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One of these is

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reported from an a Western someone collected by

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the Muslim government, the law and the other party is this report that from one side or the other on who and collected by development and humanitarian

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So now when I said that the Muslim reported from our sickness on the land that the prophets have allowed to sell themselves has been wrong, because no follow what if move, manufacturing, the left Sica were carried at a party

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and the beauty of this is how comprehensive and shorten the size of concise, to the point with full of meetings free huge meanings. And that is the meaning of the meaning of Deuteronomy or canon. Joanne you're correct that the prophet SAW seven was given as a gift from Allah subhana wa tada to add to the miracle of the program, some miraculous aspect of the sooner also certainly not as miraculous as operand, but the one that has miraculous aspects to it, because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was given to me or kind of the most comprehensive and concise, because john has when you thought you had a you gather you bring together so as if the words were brought together for the

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Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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So in in, in short statements, and science paragraphs, he could elaborate on enormous meanings and abundant meanings.

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So of the visa these that are very concise for the meanings Is this what is reported by Muslim feminine was

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probably a long runway in which the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said

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was not Hola, what is mu, my Hakka fi nuptse Calgary getting value.

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And the root righteousness to bear is a word that is very comprehensive as well, because it's about all acts of righteousness, righteousness.

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righteousness is about good conduct. righteousness is about good conduct that is personal.

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And professional. righteousness is about good conduct when his mood

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and his MS Word wrongdoing, all forms of wrongdoing. What is my hacker enough sick estimates that which waivers in your soul waivers inside you? Or about which you find anomalies? And these there is an ease inside because of the history we're carrying to any party on a Nast? Can you hate? Are you this place that people would find out about that people would find out about it. So

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in other words, if you do that, you don't need that much knowledge. Because Allah subhanaw taala has given you something called fit and I'm not trying to date it's not like you know, knowledge is not important. I'm just saying that sort out between right and wrong. You don't always have to, you know,

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to have so much knowledge because the natural inclination the filter that you're given, is your internal controller is your internal light that shows you right from wrong you have been given it has been installed in you. You were born with that installed inside because if it has not been installed inside How come the profits or sell themselves what is my hacker enough secret Islam is nothing about which your neffs yourself your soul, you're gonna find an ease over which wafers inside you Weaver's inside your nerves

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were carried on your Patreon ins and up that people would know about or that people would find out about it. That means that your nerves

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finds and keys about

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your naps here.

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It is naturally inclined. If it is left to the federal law the natural inclination would find panties about his or wrongdoing.

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Then now we found that there is another Hadith that is important to come to the mentalist

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and this other heavies was reported by the man with an amendment directly from what we saw

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on this on the map, but the alarm on fire.

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will be what is why businesses I came to the profits on our settlement summary reports I wanted to ask him about everything that pertains to veteran is everything that pertains to righteousness and wrongdoing? what is right and what's wrong once righteousness and what's wrong doing

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and what is how is not one of the you know popular Sahaba was not one of the most distinguished Sahaba so he found the prophets of Allah Salaam sitting and there was a circuit that is not in the method of binary not mentioned by development now in his mountain, but the these are some circumstances reported about the Hardys. So what is I found in the province of someone sitting around a minister hub?

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So he started to step over

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into the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So how are you? Like, why does the La caterson

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sit down? Leave the Prophet alone? Because you know, so he said, No, the only abdomen let me get closer to him. For a second there have been no women, there is nothing that is more beloved to me than being close to salaria.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that wouldn't leave him alone, Come closer.

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And then what is in front of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and then the Prophet said to him,

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sorry, should I tell you or should you ask? So obviously, you can

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even say anything

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ask any questions. Yeah, you know, the problem was I found that he was quite keen on getting closer. So, once he got to the, you know, most of the premises somebody said to him, should I tell you or should you ask? And then obviously I said, you tell me

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the profits are seven Sallam said

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he came to ask about it before he came to ask about righteousness.

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So what was I said, na poltrona? He said, Yes.

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Then the prophets of Allah Sallam said to him, his death

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came all the way to ask the professor last summer.

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The first thing the province

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is ask your heart is

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ask your heart.

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And Bill mathema and not enough Walkman

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righteousness. So he told the Ask your heart, he's not taking it back. He's not telling him I will tell you because the to the point is that you need to need to figure out a better as I will define it, you now is your heart. So I am telling you first about the device.

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I'm telling you first about the tools that you will need to use to figure out as I define it to you now, and the rules that we define it now, at best rule

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mathema en la enough su that which of the neffs

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finds ease and tranquility in it. The neffs finds ease and tranquility about which the neffs finds ease and tranquility knifes self, the inner self

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what mind

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and the heart also finds peace and tranquility

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and the heart also finds peace and tranquility.

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What is

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what is

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my hack? If enough See, but what is

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my hacker enough see what are our salary? We're in attack and so what I've done

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am as for anything that has been righteousness is is is that about which the knifes the inner self and the heart will find ease and tranquility.

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But it is

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Casper is the profits or loss items as for wrongdoing? It is what you find an ease about hacker fineness, the knifes will find an ease about it. What are our

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waivers in the breast

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waivers hesitation reluctance? Do you ever feel so much hesitation in drinking a cup of milk in the morning?

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about fasting you wake up in the morning and when you go eat cereal and drink cow's milk to your cereal. That's what you guys do. Because this is America. Otherwise, if I were to eat

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you'll never find any like is a patient. Why? Because it's kind of it's permissible. So there is no reluctance. Once you find that this reluctance resistance, hesitation wavering,

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you're shaky, you're not sure you're uncomfortable.

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Then you need to slow down because you're getting close to wrongdoing.

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Otherwise your heart will not be wavering. Here your inner songs will not be in turmoil.

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Because no one is it finds you know turmoil and finds discomfort when he does something that is completely

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if you kiss your wife on the forehead or your son or your daughter or something

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it comes out very spontaneously very natural.

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So it is easy. What is more, McAfee laughs without the the facade waivers on the chest, the breast

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was in tackiness worked out,

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even though the people have again and again, giving you a factor regardless of how many factors that people give you regardless of how many fat was used versus your obtained from the people, it is that if you're still uncomfortable, you're still finding resistance. You're shaky about it.

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You know, slow down,

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be cautious, don't proceed, it is right.

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Or at least it is yellow. And if it is yellow,

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remember at least number 11 or

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at least have a croissant

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Hassan Ali

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mizzi dom Ella Mae rebbeca in an E book

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ebook in America to live with which you doubt that which you do it which you doubt to the patina

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anyway, so these two hobbies are so beautiful. So we like to reflect on some of the meanings of those hobbies

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then there are some beautiful there is so concise and you want to be concise because you don't want to lose them meaning that basically the bottom line of the thesis is how concise they are simple they are so I don't want to complicate it by like a long commentary but at the same time they're so beautiful. You want to elaborate on the

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you know anyway, but they're easy to remember they're easy to memorize and that's part of their beauty. So just say that 111 more time and then room

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What is

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my haircut enough sick

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what character

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you need to be the spine and the party armor lioness

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some people find out about it

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and then the other one the profits are themselves 50 caliber

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apart step deeper as a mathematician not enough to walk man not even a

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madman not

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enough suit. So what man

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when is

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my hacker enough see

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what are our salary?

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What in tackiness?

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So, back to the

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So the preference

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berries like this comprehensive word, it's about all the righteousness, you know, for acts of righteousness are included in it.

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So the Prophet said that was not full of meaning confirmed.

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if you yell at your, you know, if you yell at her son because he did something wrong, or you reprimand your spouse because they

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did something wrong

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for you forbid, you know some people and even with Terminus

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is not personal full of

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good content.

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Keep in mind here you're yelling.

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You're, you know, you're being

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young is not always you know, a sign of like rudeness, like you're being loud. You're being assertive, you're being firm.

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Like so often.

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rename the credit for a bit about it takes a little bit of firmness, particularly with people that you have authority on. It does the firm's is this included and here's the follow up here. Yes, it is.

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Because don't think that personal follow up means that you're always nice

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because of Hagen. What I'm saying is people the wisdom is about placing everything where it belongs. So you play your place gentleness where it belongs, and you place firmness and mind where it belongs. Otherwise

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patting shoulders of people and under back all the time and that's

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because then he would have lost. He would have you know, you would have not been able to establish the greatest bureaucracy, most flexible bureaucracy that you know, the Romans and Persians came to envy afterwards.

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Just buy nice and it's out to the people make everything nice

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Is you be nice, be gentle. But you also be firm when it when it when firmness is wherever

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you also be mighty when mind is worth it.

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Because that's part of

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why it was important. Because people think that personal follow up is hospital protocol for people only. But is that true?

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It is personal follow that comprehensive word that is called the bear that you know that is basically entails all acts of righteousness is just personal follow good conduct of the people. So be nice to the people, which is a good thing and a great thing. And rift coaches gentleness is a great thing. The profits are themselves, not a commodity, obviously. And he was on the record is never placed in any act, except for that beautifies had never removed from any act except to have it, you know, this figures becomes disfigured when you're eating junk. And

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we're not talking about we're not belittling the importance of temperance, but what we're saying here that press the pull up or good conduct is not only about being nice to the people, although that is perfectly across the photo also is about, you know, being having good conduct was a lot more important than the people or the computer creator. He's more important than the people, your parents are more important than the rest of the people because they are your parents, they were the means by which we are brought to the existence. So the one who actually brought to the existence is more deserving of your good conduct god you're better

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than it

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has been good to your parents better law to be good to Allah to be good to the one who created you comes even first before your parents and before anyone else. So, that is an important aspect to remember.

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One is my proof you know, when

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because if there is limited to personal follow up, then Salah is not bankruptcy is not just not there. It is just being nice to the people. And this cannot be eliminated cannot be excluded from righteousness. So law is very interesting. In fact, the prophet SAW Solomon hubbies filburn said, what Americans saw on the best of your needs this summer, because it's your connection has the Lord.

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And I set the alarm on her when she described the fullness of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam she said well I can afford

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the whole of the prophets of Salaam was a poor app. So all of the parameters the the follow up or the conduct of the process also, everything that in the program was the conduct of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and that is all full of good conduct.

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So when the prophet SAW when he receives, you know, a command from a buyer in Abuja,

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in order to play or muscle, your messenger, you know, resists struggling to stick a firearm and I feel

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fine, might be starting with them or mighty against them.

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That is part of good karma. Because those are deserving of this treatment. That does not mean that all the different

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will be deserving of,

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of being fought against, because as a matter of no loss

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in the effective cause are the idea of fighting against lack of power. He said it is their transgression, not their disbelief.

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The effective cause behind fighting against the Cofer is not their disability, you're not fighting against them because of their disbelief.

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Because there is no compulsion in religion. You're fighting against them because of their transgression, but those who formed that last.

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So the profits of the fight against them and to show them firmness, might prefer that word transgressors, or prefer the contrast. So showing might against the transgressors is part of good karma, isn't it? Yes, it is part of

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all the parameters good conduct, yes, all of the parameters. So are they in the good and forbidding the bad back is good conduct? Yes, it is good conflict fasting and praying is good. Yes, it is good funding. In fact, as bender was explained by Allah

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in Surah Baqarah lesson

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wanted to have you on TV as a matter of

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public service.

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was a video clip. So that's what I did.

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So, like I said,

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there is not about turning your faces towards the eastern West, there is not about French realism.

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There is not about rituals only law says that

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you have to remember to turn your faces towards the eastern West. What I cannot bear bear is one ally explained it here and explain it in a way that is all inclusive of the Eman can armor, faith and actions that the actions of the inside the interior and the actions of the outside exterior. What I can know better than having a will. But bill is about believing in Allah, what the average and the final day

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when melodica to our kW and to be in the engines and the books and the profits. Well as a matter of hobby either

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psyche can easily give up their wealth, despite their needs. Despite every dollar company, despite their need their desire to keep it they will call upon the king for the attempt orphans Misaki, the needy.

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Well, Vanessa video said enough about the wayfarer and the Biggers serenity in those who asked for refound and to release the captives. Were a promise drivers, okay, and establish the prayers. So at the beginning, he said, it's not about turning your face to the right or left Western east. But the end that is including this a lot

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to tell you and say that it is not about turning your face to the east and west could be a little bit of salaat I'm telling you, it's not just about ritualism it's a it's a lot more comprehensive than this and all inclusive of your email of your labor then, you know, karma salary, but then what happens is your, your your generosity, you know, giving, you're giving up this other part to the needy and the poor, orphans and wayfarers promise lotto and the second one.

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Those who fulfill their confidence, those who fulfill their confidence. We have a one day you wouldn't give the gift confidence. You see, some people ask pastors, you know, you guys,

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you guys have slavery in your religion. So if we could, if we just let it be your way, we're gonna start of slavery. One more time going over is gonna be so tough. You guys are gonna take us in, you know,

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you know, take a sketch who has worked capital X, you're going to enslave us. And Krishna, of course with you, we hear that, you know, some people are doing this now that is, I don't know if it's true or not.

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You know, if it is true that it is wrong, because no one has ever lost money. The Parliament and khilafah have given the covenant on behalf of the Muslim mean that we went exchange. World Cup captives are captives of war, and that we will not legitimize

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That covenant is a covenant that we honor to keep keep it simple. slavery in Islam was forbidden, acceptable one way

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right, all avenues leading to slavery were caught off in this land. Before this even in the in in British common law, you could send it to some of your family members up until the 18th century. But all of those avenues were cut off by Islam can do this like highway robbery and

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you know the seven year old child or seven relative of yours all of this current current current current Carrasco. So all of the tributaries that, that that basically feed into that river of slavery were cut off

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and all of the branches were widened. Free, the Catholic street account is free to counties all over the parameters

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for different expansions of certain deeds, free the captives or we have free the captives for you, I mean, you know the cover of the execution for the oath.

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So free the characters, why then the branches, we have one tributary and many branches naturally rise up, that contributory was what captains of war

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because back then, if you have board captains aboard basically, you can keep them

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in Guantanamo for 10 years, because if a particular You know,

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it is just it is not doable. You know, Richard the Lionheart and Napoleon, both of them when when they when they opened acre after they wiped out the whole of the army of aka 3000 men, and it is so unfortunate and it's because we are an army that just keeps on repeating

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mistakes over and over so we can get heard over and over from the same sources. So return on my heart to end the podium and it's it's amazing the history

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recorded the the most guilty 1000 men in one day

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after besieging inker for some time, because you can't have the capitals of war, you can feed them, you know, can even feed your apartment to feed, you know, 30,000 men that are your enemies, so they used to kill them. So actually taken enslaving them was a way for them out of killing and hustling and bustling said that, in the masters of the era of the factory, the followers of the Sahaba were all freed slaves, or for freed slaves, or from freedom freed slaves. So you remember people like after 11 people like me care and you remember people like the hustle and bustle, the biggest things that we have in the history, which tells you the the transformation that this

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brought about

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all of those people, these are freed slaves and 200 freed slaves.

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And they rose to eminence during the famine. So the turnaround was extremely fast. So basically, you get caught, you're enslaved. And then within a few years, the sunniva is sitting before you learn from a top priestess, or from the rest of the Muslim and others want to be part of attorney. So you're not only free, but you rise to prominence, like, higher than anyone else around you.

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So it was keep in mind, so we're gonna have to fulfill the covenant is the only thing that we need to tell

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them that this is the only way we can enslave people. And we, if we give a confident that we will, we will exchange the word POW. As a board, we will exchange it as our Providence, would we be interested in giving a covenant like this or not?

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If I tell you, you know you, you know I keep your wife, you keep my wife, if I'm a Muslim. And I tell you, you know, I have a keep your wife, you keep my wife, or we exchange I get my wife back, you get to work.

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It is a no brainer for any Muslim. No, I want to get back my daughter, and my wife and my sister. I want to get her back. So if what what it takes is to sign a covenant agree on a treaty where the prisoners of war are exchanged, then what is left is do we honor our covenants or not? Absolutely, most certainly, without a doubt, we are, you know we have been commanded over and over again in the court to honor our covenants.

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And here this is our last mercato made this part of righteousness one more for

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those who honor their covenants, when they give one covenant.

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Also between

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your Hainan Baptist and those who are patient wherever they persevere in Nebraska, and hardship and calamity, claims of distress.

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Those are the truthful ones. Those are the truthful doers have been

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not the people that only turned to the right and left Western Eastern ritualism without having the acts of the interior without cleansing their cars without showing kindness and generosity to the poor and needy and orphan without fulfilling their confidence without honoring their agreements. Those people are not truthful in the righteousness, even if these you see them up and down requires you to have and if they are not fulfilling the rest of the requirements of righteousness. They're not truthful. Can the

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Polonica do Sadat? Oh, those are the ones who are truth.

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And those are the ones who have who have kept one.

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Yes. Can you repeat the name of the

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covenant who made a covenant

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Men are the ultimate, the ultimate hire, you know, signing that agreement with the rest of the nations and hospital corpsman. It was the League of Nations. That was before the United Nations, there was something called cosmodrome or the League of Nations that came to existence afterwards, when, after world war one that was the predecessor of the United Nations. And frankly, being a member of aspartic omamori League of Nations is, you know, the scientists agreement.

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You know, about slavery, and the exchange of POW and so on and so forth. And the Ottoman Empire, or the Ottoman khilafah sign with this agreement, and you can say they don't represent me.

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I mean, if nowadays you're not like, Egypt does not represent you, you know, Morocco does not represent you in the region presents you, but the ultimate falafel should have representative.

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Anyway. But what I'm trying to say here is this, the answers are simple, the answer, so don't get so confused and don't get so worked up by questions like this. The answers are simple. We're not Islam was not like an innovation amongst the religion in legitimizing slavery, slavery was present before Islam since the beginning of time, you know, and all of the religions did not actually come up with a plan for freeing the slaves like Islam, there was this clan of drying out the river by coming off the tributaries, widening the branches. As we explained, this plan was not there and other revisions that approved and sanctioned slavery, before it's there, no religion condemn slavery difference.

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In fact, the gospel tells you that you should follow your man you should obey your master,

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if you're a slave.

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So, anyway,

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coming back to under, you know, that comprehensiveness, the all inclusiveness of the word, in this sense is all acts of righteousness, whether it is towards your Lord or towards his creation, whether it is acts of your interior acts of the exterior, there is all inclusive, a better person will follow

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good conduct, that is all inclusive of you know, acts of righteousness, when it matters happiness calculator heparanase estimates that which wavers and year sides Do you find unease resistance to you know, discomfort about it, what what you dislike for the people to know about?

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What is not happy enough sick that what you find is about this apply to each and every one of us

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know, in

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the province of Saddam Hussein, and this is the the importance of also knowing the context.

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And, you know, who knows the practices department.

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But for us, it was so sometimes you're so happy about your bad deeds, you like

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chip someone and get someone in trouble and then you you boast about it, did you see what I did the other day, you know, that or you you mock someone and then you laugh about it with your friends.

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Sometimes we do this or you gossip or you backfire and do things like this. So, sometimes, you know, some of us do this, you know, basically in attentively absent mindedly

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and, you know, you have to understand some of our people will do much worse. And they think it is you know,

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some people could even brag about their worst kinds of things. They show off the worst kinds of things, most evil most wicked most lewd most whatever can be bragged about so that is those are the people that about when Rome Allah subhanaw taala certain sort of Father

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coppermines we know that we saw it for Apple in the light blue means that way

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for other photographs Akali

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habermann z and Allahu suwama de Sena, or what about one

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whose bad deeds have been adoring for him until he saw them beautiful? was bad. These have been adorable, beautified in His sight and said he saw them beautiful for our Hassan suwama

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this bad thesis even work are doing he sees his beautiful family

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for your Lord misguides whomever he pleases and guides come every pleases by

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Doesn't have spring Sarah appears to refer to so first overcoming regret

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so basically the people who use that this device are the people who have had a working device this device called the heart that you will use to discern to tell you right from wrong to discern between right and wrong if you have

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basically a dysfunctional device

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and then you need to say I've used my heart It's gonna get you in the worst places because your heart is so dirty and filthy that it is incapable the antenna is completely dysfunction non operational, you know don't follow it. So what should you do? You should clean it first. You should fix it first. fix that device first and then use until you fix it first and use it then you follow Colorado Colorado Law Center messenger satellite

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so even if you be a little bit literal about it be literal about because your device is not working wait until it started it comes up you know it is down wait until it comes up.

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And the other one is how these were based on here and this police will carry on

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and you hate for people to know about it or to find out about

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those also are which people

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who said the good people

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those are not you know your bad company. Because sometimes your bad company you do something bad and then you come and brag about it in front of your background. So the word

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beggar is do we have Do we have other words for gunner

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moreover market right see Morrow

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and Moon currency that is the way it works. Yes, it works. What does maruf mean?

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maruf and like it literally means what?

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That which is known

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model RFM you

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know, no, no, that's it.

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Then we add to it

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but Murphy's no Moncure means words unknown

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Nakia you know

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so what what does it mean?

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Ally's telling us again that I created you My servants my slaves I created your people in a way that is upright

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are these Muslim

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in the Muslim police of murders conducted by Muslim in the factory badly

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infested amantadine, I created my servants up right in the collector, hydrate my slaves upright for that

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Stella Mangini Mendoza in came to them and swayed them away from their the indifference of them away from their the So, if those if you if you have if you are in a company of people that are

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you know, on the fitrah the natural inclination that you will dislike Not only that, it will waver inside you not only that you will be uncomfortable about about it, but also you will be ashamed. So, two layers here that kept them away from sin the Sahaba

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they have the internal controller

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and we have the outside environment conducive to righteousness, because if they do something bad, not only the internal controller will blame them, but also the outside environment will not be accepting, accommodating garbage

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for you, you don't have the outside environment. Therefore work to have surround yourself by good company

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and work on your internal control because the regardless of how good the company is, it is insufficient. Because even this you know, beautiful company

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beautiful assortment of young men

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and younger art

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just to be politically correct.

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Even if you're staying together

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we all have weaknesses great weaknesses.

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Now for another year, we could pull each other down. So, work on the internet controller site, because the company around you is not really up to par

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what you know, this is not the company of the Sahaba and so on. So, you need the internal controller, but then again work on the company. So, people like you know, those people that come to the massage and and so on stick to them and you know, beyond them be with them as much as you can, so, that you don't get devoured because the lone sheep is devoured whether or not

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it is important that we

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make sure that we do this the hobbies of Wabi Sabi as a few points that are important in service to the public as art

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when I was I came to him and he sort of saturated him for you ask utopian the profit directly from these attempts theft, you can ask your heart, but I will define better for you, Albert is such and such. So, he said I asked him art

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and then at the end of the hobbies,

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he said, in effect unless left out and is, is that which you find discomfort about an ease about when

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when after kindness, laughter

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kind of stuff.

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You know, someone could take this and run away with it and do like, very bad things. Right? If you don't understand what it means. That actually means that don't ask the scholars

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literally, it could mean the stupid some people step back, ask your heart. I don't need to ask anyone. I'm just gonna ask my heart.

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And then at the end, it is also Wait a second. So after regardless of how many people give you so go back to her and asking her

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actually gives it

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First of all, you don't understand any of this in isolation from the rest of the parties and the AR and fiskardo and ethically put into law schools of knowledge or law says if you know not, so, the first thing but then the other thing is that the police had given it to you he said what is the McAfee the nerves? And is that what you find unease about? You will find unease about and it will waver in your chest because there is a reason even if the people have given you many factors, you know, even if the people have given you factor after factor, it is you still uncomfortable it's that I'm comfortable uncomfortable about So, this is about people telling you go ahead and it is

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permissible that is nice. And then you find resistance in your heart. Also it is when the Mufti does not give you the evidence.

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But if the Mufti gave you the evidence, even if he if he gives you the lighter opinion, if he gives you the easier one, but he gives you the evidence, then in this case,

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economic memory, it is not appropriate for a believing man or woman when a man has to decide on a matter of the choice.

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So the Mufti tells you Yes, if you pray pass,

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when I'm not comfortable.

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But the Mufti gives you evidence the Mufti tells you or practice or circumstances,

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the Mufti tells the liquid why.

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And the Mufti gives you ever the avenue with

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powdered socks and the Mufti gives you evidence. And you say to yourself Well, I'm I don't feel comfortable about this, but the move to give you evidence, in this case, your comfort and discomfort does not matter. Because you should be uncomfortable about the evidence.

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You know, this is how he has not consented figure out if this authentic or not. If this authentic, then it is offensive.

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Yes, but this is the implication of this how this is different. figured out what's the different implication of not telling you that when the Mufti gives you, like a piece of evidence that you have to surrender right away? Yes, there is some code transmission there is something called the implication and so on. But once things have been clarified to you, when you're comfortable, this is coming from the Prophet, then you're you're you're you have no choice

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other than to accept and sometimes refusing. The second sessions have allowed us the easier

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rulings of Allah subhanaw taala is by refusing the harder ones. Because the prophets also himself.

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He said to him, why are we praying? Is it safe and secure and no one is chasing us. We used to pray possible in the past because people were chasing us and we were unsafe, whenever we roamed around, you know, this earth of Arabia, we weren't safe. Now we're safe and secure.

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So our profit system was, it is a charity with a lack of giving us to accept the last church command, except the last charity, that's it.

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So I'm going to come back and say, when I'm not too comfortable about, you know, what was wrong with paying for represents the right to, if I would have said this, then would be a problem. Because the Prophet told them no, they did think the easier one, Allah gave you this concession.

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So it is important that we understand that when we're talking about Stefan Becker in a second, as well as Duncan, things like this, we're talking about the gray area, we're not talking about

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rulings upon which the evidence is clear, and the puranam. And whether the arm the harder, or the easier, whether they are the harder of it easier, because when it is clear, it is no choice for a believing veteran, to accept from Allah subhanaw taala from His Messenger, but we're talking about the gray area. And here are like the hobbies of animosities of iron when he said to him, and he feared that the people who would find out about it here he said to him, even if the people give you a fatwa, because sometimes it may not be even clear to the people and we're talking about the good people

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has 11 or the 11 who said, Man, I would not want to hustle and Pharaoh and bla bla, he has a

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beacon for

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that which the Muslim small does cousin good. It is Hassan undecipherable the second activity is the connectivity of normal not being misguided. And that which the Muslims, that is why it is extremely important that you don't discard Muslim culture, because it is the culture before you are quite clear, it is quite clear to you that this culture is not based in the religion.

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You're discarding it because it's culture. So that you know, sometimes,

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you know, kissing the hands of your of your parents, and some of our cultures, people kiss the hands of their parents, you know, in the morning, you can still have your mother or your father. Certainly you come here doesn't look cool, you know, what's the

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value, you will see other Muslims from other cultures that are not doing it? So it was it sculpture? I don't have to do it. It's not part of the religion. But when do you use something beautiful like this? Is this culture based on their religion? Or not based in their religion? Is this is this culture compatible with their religion? Is this culture compatible with the spirit of our religion, or incompatible it actually radiates from our religion, this culture radiates from our religion. So the surgical, you know, separation between the culture and religion has to be surgical. If you're blind, you can't do surgery. So you have immense knowledge to sort out this is cultural, bad

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This is culture, insignificant culture highly, you know, it was rotis.

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Is that significant?

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It is insignificant. It's not where you may carry on. You may eat, you know, food every day in the morning is up to you.

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But it's insignificant isn't insignificant or not, it is insignificant,

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but it's not bad. So sometimes we inherit bad culture, discard, do away with it. Sometimes we inherit insignificant culture of neutral culture. Don't do it. It's up to you. But oftentimes, we have inherited good culture compatible with a religion compatible with the spirit of our religion. Don't do away with it. Keep it it is good.

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Because it radiates from our others.

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So so my alma mater has an interest in the lighthouse on which the Muslim school does hassen. Good. It is good in the sight of Allah, Omar Abu

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Dhabi, and that which the Muslims hold as COVID

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bullet is despicable in the sight of Allah. So of the labyrinth is always telling you don't do away with the culture of the Muslim knee because most of the time

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it will be beautiful in the sight of Allah also if the Muslims are in there you know connectivity or doing something that is also going to be beautiful in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala so sorry without figure it out, but be careful don't discard it just because it is culture

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that but you know those good people they could give you fat, but this fat what may be wrong

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you see mahogany gentleman said he was a battle hockey for inner sight on a a poodle and carry Macarena Allah, Allah Allah says Rajan

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r&d center vertical market power

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so he was a backup in beware of the misguidance

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of the wise, because the shape and sometimes peaks

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out of the mouth of the wise.

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Because the way is, is that all wise who's always on was always

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so the wise is not always. So how do you how do you

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so he asked me who he is Hakeem and we, you know, we seek, you know, his knowledge and his pyramid. So how can we tell? And then he said to him, Hello, Mr. Hoffman, awkward

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olatuja coolness

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the peculiar weird pieces superior positions that will make the people wonder, what is this? What is this? So that is not the company that is the misguidance of that wise,

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or the slip of the wise, the slip of the wise.

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So, if someone gives you a framework, don't just take it and run away with it, because you liked it. Because that is a lot that allows testing your heart. You know, do you have the internal controller? Do you really fear me? Are you really, you know, keen on mind, you know,

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you know, desire for your desire. That is how Allah subhanaw taala is testing you, when someone gives you a fat, suboptimal pathway that is unclear.

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Anyway, this condition is against too much technicality. This idea is again, it's too much ritualism. This hobby is about the simplicity of Islam. This reminds us of the natural inclination or fifth law that we should use it and that we should first make sure that it is working, that we did not correct it.

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And this video is about verification, staying away from things that are doubtful. This is about the all inclusiveness of the concept of righteousness and Islam. And this hadith is about the importance and status of good conduct and good morality in good manners in the religion of Allah.

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And many more, you know, lessons to learn from these two are beautiful,

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but time was gonna run out.

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So we will

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stop here.