Manazil as-Sa’ireen #53 – Chapter on Remembrance

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AI: Summary © The importance of rememb surely in the first chapter of Zika is discussed, as it is a book about rememb surely. The need for focus and understanding of the principles of fear to avoid distractions during busy times is emphasized. The conflict between spirituality and reality is due to a separation between the spirituality of the world and the reality of the world leading to the deification of the image of a man stricter and needing to be controlled. The importance of focusing on the " crucial cause" rather than just thewill and wisdom is emphasized. The holy eye is the most important and important element in achieving victory, and the shadow is the spirit of a bad, with the shadow being the highest level and potential. The importance of being in the middle of the crowd and avoiding lessons learned from one encounter is emphasized.
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spinoff from de la sala Samar

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to proceed.

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So today inshallah we have Baba Zechariah the chapter on remembrance or the station of remembrance and we have, we will finish the first chapter on Zika which is not called chapter and launder it's called the guitar bazooka. But he discussed in this particular segment he discussed

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the obligations obligations, I'm sorry that the conditions of obligation of Zika when is the car obligatory?

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And we talked last time, about an assault we talked about obligate the conditions or obligation up to an ESA which is the capital minimum or visicalc threshold. And then inshallah Today we will finish the conditions of obligation of the cat and we will talk about the cat set Emma, free grazing livestock does a cat of mfe grazing livestock, we will go through this quickly because I do not expect that many of you have salmon.

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So it may not be particularly practical, but we will, for the sake of thoroughness. We will go through it.

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There's one particular issue that is that may be irrelevant to you practically. I mean, everything is relevant. As a student of knowledge, you want to learn everything but

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from a practical perspective.

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One thing that will be addressed in the cabassa Mr. visicalc for free grazing livestock that may be practically irrelevant to you is the captain of the plane or a quota there's a gap of joint ownership there's a cap of joint ownership.

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So we will address that then inshallah. But first the chapter on remembrance or the station of remembrance at the moment how do we know Lata said in Minnesota serene Bob was thick chapter on remembrance called a love was good. Rebecca is on a seat alone mighty Said.

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Can you remember your Lord when you forget?

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And remember your Lord when you forget? And this isn't sorted?

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So the chef goes on and says here Yeah, honey Ivana sefa, who won a seat and appsec Effie victrex Amana, Sita vichara, Kofi Vickery from Anna Sita physical Happy iaca Kula avec

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Eonni Venice Italia, which means when you forget others via the wire in general, Sky wire means anything other than a lost pinata. When it's eaten, upset, and you forget yourself

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physically sick, while you are remembering during the remembrance of Allah subhanho wa Taala somebody summon and Sita Victor aka physically, and then you forget your renumbering in his remembrance, and we'll come back to it. So Minnesota physical hockey Agricola veterans and you forget him beholding his remembrance of you any other remembrance.

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So this basically summarizes the three levels that the sheriff will talk about, because he talked about finance, right from the start when he was explaining his understanding of this area, which is here in January. This is basically the inference of the eye, not the meaning of the eye. And we have to make a clear distinction between the inferences that you could deduce, which

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inshallah, one day maybe we can go go over a demo. So let's see an introduction to the principles of the fear. And because it's a good book,

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how to interpret the Quran, how it interprets speech in general, but particularly the poor app.

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So, you have no pain points out here, that that this is not the meaning in the data just static, he points out that this is not the meaning by the agreement of the facility and facility agree that the meaning of this was the loss of Karnataka was saying to the Prophet, when you forget to say inshallah, that he could make us the thing that he could come back and say, inshallah, whenever you remember that when they asked him about

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what he asked him about Rouhani said to them that I will bring you information about this, and he did not sell olalia celem since our last or last minute, Allah told them when you forget,

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just make this the same shall live God wills whenever you remember.

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But then

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Tip seven is Sherry or his interpretation by inferences

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or basically extracting the different inferences from the verses is permissible as long as it does not collide or conflict with.

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It does not collide or conflict with what the language and the principles of Sharia the established principles of Sharia or the clear interpretation. So, it does not conflict with the language of the verse, it does not conflict with another

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basic basically, it takes the shehryar whether it's the Quran, or the sun or an established principle or guide in Syria, and in this case, you could deduce as many inferences as you want, as long as there is some congruency. It's not like you're just, you know, you're making things up, as long as there are some congruency and emotional payment. And I'll also recognize that there is some congruency here, like you could make that tafsir. In Saudi, you could say that what could Rebecca even see infers such and such, or could infer we could, you could also understand from it, that when you forget,

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everyone else, basically forget all the distractions. So when you remember Allah subhanaw taala, he's saying, when you make victory, when you remember Allah subhanaw taala, you want to forget all distractions, you want to have a focus. And we said that this intense focus that you have,

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you know, the way when we were talking about the explanation of finance, we said that you could be absorbed into your focus, that which you have focus on to the point of forgiving yourself. And that's when you experience that, when you experienced that state of funnel, which was self-annihilation

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the sun, even financial, which is, you know, the funnel of perception, and in your perception, not the existential one. So, you forget all the distractions when you're when you're making music, and, and, and people can, can have those feelings, those are not necessarily feelings of that are limited to or restricted to the most elite, have lost servants. But some people, some sort of commoners can have those feelings. Sometimes, when you have like intense focus and

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in your vector, the middle of the night and so on, you could basically

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you could be distracted from all the distractions, it's a good distraction here, if none of that is he may not feel your surroundings and then you may not, you know, feed your own presence. So, where conceiva who want to sit and upset your forget everyone else, and you forget yourself. So I'm going to see the vicar physically and then you forget your own remembering it keep in mind here that the safe for the safe, he wants to get He wants you to get to the station. He just you know, why is this because, particularly during this time, this is this is close to the chef left in the time where the falafel is a bizarre beside dynasty was peaking, this was a time of prosperity was a time of

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extravagance was a time of

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like the peaking of civilizations in general would witness you know, phenomena, that a righteous person, a person that is devoted to God that is concerned about, you know, piety and spirituality would find the offensive would find the ungodly. So, during this time, in particular, that is when we have this sort of separation between

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the sheep died in the year 480 after Hitler, if you remember, so, during his life, we you know, some people started to become consumed into knowledge and facts and you know, the sciences of the exterior.

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Some people became consumed into spirituality, some people became consumed into materialism and pursuit of you know, where the gains

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but there was great separation between the theory and practice, between the religion and the society. There was clearly some separation you had

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Sort of corrupted governments to a great extent.

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And you have scholars separated from the authorities are trying to separate themselves from the authorities. And some of the scholars, you know, became consumed into the sciences and perfecting the sciences. Now, this is after the era of the four Imams and after the era of which they have and so on. But this was about perfecting, compiling, and perfecting, and classifying and commenting and abridging and all of that stuff. And then, but

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there was low

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effort, certainly there are beacons of light in every generation, this is an oma, that never, that's never depleted of goods that never dries out.

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But there was this tendency towards you know, being consumed into one or the other, because no one was putting it all together, just like our modern photography alone, putting it all together, you know, competent in like, you know, in the in competent in donia, putting the dean and the dunya together in harmony, no conflict, no conflict here ameerul momineen is already a low animal, there is no harm, there is no conflict between the core and the so far right, there is complete harmony between the Quran and the Sultan. But when this conflict conflict arose, and the separation took place, then the dean became sort of fractured in this way. So that she was witnessing these

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phenomena and being that he was particularly concerned with a metal button, which does not mean that he was not Sharia compliant in MLS live, this is even harder, we cannot lie, he was one of the most jr compliant scholars.

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And he was a dedicated family as well. And not that others are not but but just you know,

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in case you haven't Allah said, it is very hard for any moqtada to survive in the midst of ham bellies, because they are stricter when it comes to the you know, the sort of a bit on so on and so on. So remember how he was a strict Hanbury.

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So, because of this, he became so

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intrigued with the station of finance, because what is fun about finance, about the suppression of the ego. So he seen all of this

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selfishness, he seen all of this egotism and egoism around him abundant. So he, it would be sort of natural to try to run away from this, and to seek, you know, devotion, complete devotion and to seek the suppression of the ego and to become so intrigued with the station. But we did say before, that the the the greatest and he was one of the greatest but I'm talking about, you know, the, in general, in general, the greatest of the masters of the past considered to be a bridge to Bakar to substance then with a love By Allah, for Allah soprano.

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And they do not consider it a necessary bridge, you don't have to cross the bridge, certainly aspects of that

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station must be actualized must be realized, there are certain potentials potencies in that station, that must be actualized the suppression of the ego to the point where it does not

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tempt you where it does not befall you into sin where it does not make you arrogant, does not make you selfish, it does not make you insolent it does not make you insensitive does not make you self conceited does not make you self deluded. You want to suppress your ego to that point where your well is in conformity with the will of Allah subhanaw taala you desire not but that which he desires. Without getting there, you can't really cross into the station of Bakar he can't get into the station of Boca, but sort of the actualization of everything that the ship talks about here at the station of Vienna is not necessary for someone to reach the station. Because you do need to

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still have self awareness and the Sahaba and the prophets are solid and the best generation they still have the self awareness. They still have this clarity, the you know, which is true, we're more real, you know, to have clarity to know the distinction between the creator and the created and the distinction between Jama union and foreign coaches, you know, multiplicity

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or variances as long as it does not

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pleated fabric, which is separation from the one, the eternal, so kind of attire. So.

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But that is why, you know, this is the background, this is where the chef is coming from, he's seen what he considers to be deviation, he's seen what he considers to be like corruption. And he's running away from this seeking to suppress his ego seeking to have, you know, complete devotion to the divine, because he's seeing less and less sincerity around them. Keep in mind the 480, after the hedra, you know, the time of the Sahaba was not that far away from them. But he's seen like, sort of deterioration that is happening so fast. So it is natural, to have a reaction, and natural sometimes that the reaction may be severe. And then when you look at a severe reaction, don't be, don't be

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unfair, be fair, try to figure out where the balance is, without condemning, you know, the side or that side, try to figure out where the balance is, the shift here is saying, then, then you forget the seat available in a seat and upset. And then when you are remembering the loss of Karnataka and your remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala, you forget your own remembering,

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because you are consumed into the remembrance that you forget your remembering, what does that mean? You forget your own action, because who is remembering now, you even Aristotelian logic, there are four different causes, you know, there is the, the efficient cause the material cause, the form of cause and the final cause. Right. So if I,

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if I basically punch this board,

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the my movement, my force is what is the efficient cause, it caused some something to the board, right? It's an efficient cause, what is the material cause the board here, if I punch the board, it resulted in an outcome that is different from punching the curtain.

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Right, as the material cause, and then you have the form of cause the forms, it's the platonic forms, it's basically, you know, the the potency that this board has, like, you know, if I try to make,

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as close sculpture, how the wood it will turn out to be different from

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sculpture out of cotton, or whatever.

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Because of the material cause here is different. But then, you know, whatever figure I will make, that there is a form, you know, the, don't worry about the platonic forms anyway. But from our perspective, the platonic forms are what the potentials that then our nice, then our armies, no armies, now, me sir, what universal laws, the natural processes that God created, Allah subhanaw taala created those natural processes and endowed certain materials and certain things with certain potentials. And those are the ones that you actualize, you actualize through the efficient cause, you actualize through the efficient cause. But then there is the final cause. There is the final

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cause the final cause,

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according to our standard is the purpose. So, you could say that the, the, the, the former cause is the power of God that he inculcated in this universe, the potentials the potencies, that he put into this universe, the universal laws then armies.

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And then the final cause is the Divine Wisdom. The final cause is the divine wisdom and divine permission, because I punched this.

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Let's say I punch this here is an efficient cause the movement material cause this board

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the form of cause, which is the venimos, the universal law, the universal law that says that when a punch visit moves, that's a law that center moves, you know,

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because whoever said that, you know, this would would move, all of everything that that happens. All of this outcome is dependent on you know, laws that a law created.

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How much did it move, you know, and in which direction did it move, and all of this stuff, these are formal clauses, you know, these are that are means the loss of economic data.

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And then there is the final cause all of this, all of this after all of this.

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So, you have the efficient cause you have the material cause.

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And after all of this a lot is not mean for it to move.

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A lot did not mean for it to move, would it have moved, when we have produced that sound that you heard now? No.

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So, he's, he's telling you,

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forget about all of the causes, focus on the final cause. Forget about all of the causes, focus on the E or not, don't get, you know, caught into this

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trap of

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paying attention or being sort of distracted by any of the causes, the efficient cause, your own thing, your own remembrance, remembering your own action.

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The former cause any, just focus on the final cause, focus on the final cause.

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Keep in mind that this has to do with something that that, you know, these sort of causes different causes has to do something that we're talking about that, you know, like an event that just happened or had a that

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today of hedgerow, that we were just in remembrance of, in in the hedra

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when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, I will walk into that office and in Allah man, that is basically a reminder of the final cause. Yes, they caught up with us they asked their outside here, but that accidental llama, you know, don't grieve allies with us. Amazon COVID-19 lo said it's a moment. What do you think of two people allies their third, that's that's the reminder of the final cause. Don't worry now, you know, it looks like you know where they are just right here.

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But, but when the prophet SAW Selim was planning for the hedra, when the prophet SAW Salam was executing the plan, everything happened with complete perfection. So when you're planning, when you're executing, you act like if you're alone,

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but your heart is completely reliant on Allah subhanaw taala. And your heart completely knows completely, completely certain that it is all up to him, you know, nothing was will happen in his kingdom and His milk without his permission. Is that true or not? So

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you're paying attention to all four different types of causes here.

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When you're planning when you're acting, but your heart is completely certain that all of those four core causes converge back into one, the final cause Divine Will and wisdom, the Divine Will and divine wisdom. Without this, nothing would happen.

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But why are we Why are we acting? Why are we planning and acting like we are alone because Allah subhanaw taala wanted this dunya to be at us. If those are nice, you know, we'll be subject to her Konami is subject to you know,

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basically suspension all the time. You know,

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would that be a test? Absolutely, it would not be at first. So how many times you know, did a knife not cut

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someone's throat, you know, if you actually if you actually realize the efficient cause, so Abraham was pushing, it's not like he was acting, it's not like he was pretending he was actually forcing the knife into his nice throat. You have the material cause

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you have the efficient cause. You have the formal cause. universal laws here would say what the knife should cut now. The sharp knife should cut the skin now. And the tissues

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have all three causes, but he did not have the final cause. You know,

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but if the knife

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sporadically cuts, you know, some randomly cuts and randomly does not cut it. Would that be reasonable? Would that be a test? Would that be a valid test? Absolutely not. Likewise, the fire did not burn Ibrahima lace. But if the fire is not like a sort of randomly burns people randomly does not burn them. With that, would that be

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a legitimate test? No, it would not be a legitimate test. And if the fire burns, you know, the believers or non believers and does not burn the believers all the time? Would that be a test? No, it would not be at us. And that's part of the discussion of the problem of evil By the way, those universal laws, you know, so why is it the say? The atheist would say that, Okay, I understand that there is like a higher wisdom. Tell me what is the higher wisdom in a baby deer burning to death in a jungle because of because of fire? You know, where's, where's the wisdom? I'm not seeing it? You know, so you're telling me that if you're sick, you know what, when someone becomes sick, then you

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realize the importance of health and so on. And this is a chance for them 30 pan to dismiss that. Okay, whoa, wait a second. Tell me what is the wisdom in a baby deer dying in the middle of the forest? Because of forest fire?

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Well, if

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if that if the wisdom here is that the universal laws have to be consistent, and no armies have to be consistent. If the baby deer were picked up by angels from the middle of the forest, or the deer in general, you know, not necessarily baby deer, but the deer in general were picked up by angels

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in from the middle of the forest, that is that makes those universal laws those normies very inconsistent. And then the test. So for the atheist, the atheist refuses to recognize that there is a test there with you know, this life the life of this world is a trial. Hello, Anthony abraca ecomax Andromeda

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Olivia Falcon moto hydrobromic, Moxon Raman. So he refuses to believe that this is a trial. And then, you know, makes this assumption and based on his assumption, he tries to prove, you know, the impossible.

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So, going back to what the chef wants to say, the chef wants to say forget about everything, just focus on the final cause, forget about your remembering, all of your speaking, all of your actions, focus on the one that you are remembering, he is the eternal the final, the first the last, first without beginning, the last without and firmness either the karaca physically and then you forgot, forget you're remembering during his remembrance, some madness, etha, physical hockey iaca cola zyk. And then

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you forget in beholding his remembrance of you any other remembrance. The law say for good only as good como screw the other attack for own, as good only as God comes in, remember me, and I will remember you. So just the thought, the thought when you're remembering Allah subhanaw taala that's odd that he is now remembering you should make you should make you forget not only yourself, and your surroundings, and your remembrance, but forget everything.

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Just the thought that he is remembering you. Because ultimately, and a you know, some of the justifications of why now we have

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seven justifications of finance that ultimately everything is from him. And to him, he is the first and all of us came from him. All of the phenomena that happened here around us are manifestations of his names and attributes, manifestations of his names and attributes. Everything at one point was non existent, but Allah the divine God, so how everything came to the existence at one point by his will. So yes, everything is from him and back to him. Everything is from him and back to him. So when people talk about, you know, their creations and the phenomena created phenomena being unreal, they mean they should not I mean if they are talking about them being unreal, in the sense that in

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the sense of the hardware fluid or divine indwelling and union, in the sense of them being part of the Divine, that is certainly heretical, but talking about them being unreal and

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terms have been contingencies, all of them are contingent upon, you know, the creation of Allah subhanaw taala and the sustenance of a lion, the only subsist

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because of him, by him, the only subsist by him. And there are only manifestations of his names and attributes, the attributes of rigor and the attributes of beauty, everything that happens in this life, everything that is

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forceful, violent, everything that is beautiful, you know, kind, everything, all of these are manifestations of the names and attributes of Allah subhanaw taala, those of us are male, and those have a gender. So in this sense, someone may say, yeah, you know, all of all of these things are contingent, their reality, although they are real, is like the reality of what, remember the drop of alcohol in a barrel of milk. Remember, previously, we gave the example of the light of the candle next to the light of the sun.

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Yeah, the light of the candle next to the light of the sun would even be a better example of that.

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But keep in mind, the candle and the sun, are both creatures. They're both finite creatures. So you're comparing, and the sun is not, you know, the brightest star after all, but you know, bring the light of the candle, or the light of something that is even less bright, next to the light of the brightest star.

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And you can imagine how this light vanishes, it does not vanish.

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But do you see the light of the candle? If we put the candle next to the sun? Will you see the light of the candle? Absolutely not. But you're comparing creatures creatures here. They're telling you what if you're comparing the creatures to the Creator, what have you comparing the finite to the infinite?

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How about this comparison?

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So, they will tell you mathematically divide anything by the buyer by the infinite, zero, right? Which still does not mean that we do not exist, you know, because a lot we said before our laws are read creator, we are his real creations, because he is the true real creator capable of creating green creatures creations.

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But it just means and that is why when I when when I have no claim, I can only ask him to tell me I can Allah,

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how could the eternal and this is a miss Ella? karamea but

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but, but but the masculine a male and Allah How could the eternal be influenced by Magnus? How could it padeen the eternal without beginning the first without beginning khadim be influenced by Magnus by you know the, you know, the finite, how could the infinite without beginning be?

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And he was talking to him about what about when Allah subhanaw taala says that, you know, he becomes happy when you prepend he becomes happy when you make zyk to start with them about victory in particular, How could my eyes

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how can music influence the eternal when I am finite and he is infinite. So even if a miracle law set him because he is the one who deemed your ASIC, he is the one who decreed that your executive will

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please Him. And He is the one who created you. And he is the one who created your ASIC for men who are in AI. It's all comes from him. And it's all it's all back to him You did not influence him

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in this case, because he is the one who created you He is the one who created your ASIC He is the one who decreed that your ASIC will please Him. So, how could you How could you think that you influenced them in this case and did not influence the fine I did not influence the infinite because the finite should not influence the infinite right? The Infinite Allah subhanaw taala is beyond time and space is not limited by time and space and is not limited by anything that is within that is bound by time and space, like all of the finite creations.

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Then the shift proceeds to talking about, you know, some definitions and some levels here, he says was the crew of the homeless woman out of Africa when they see an wahoo Allah Salafi de

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A victory here is about treatments from heedlessness and forgetfulness and it is of three levels. That is performance mental health low and heedlessness and forgiveness and forgetfulness and it is three levels

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of data to oola as Vic Rosa Herrmann center in our, in our

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Data Loader the first level is the manifest that Victoza manifests the Vic Mensa in our in our API, including praise invocation and caring.

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here means caring.

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So as Victor advisor is the manifest of

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the manifest executor is not limited to the tongue.

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Because the executor of the tongue from a heart that is distracted from a heart that is heedless from heart that is absent

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is not considered by the masters of the past, to be anything of any value.

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Nothing, you know, they don't consider this, but here it is the vicar of the tongue, that that is coming from a heart that is present a heart that is alive. So, he says he wrote the Communist

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Manifesto Vic Sena, when you say, when you when you praise Allah subhanaw taala. When you chant the praises of a lot, when you sing the praises of a lot, and and trying to do this, try also the chanting.

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So it because it's it gives you that energy and gives you that strength.

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If you chant it,

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if you sing it, the praises of Allah subhanaw taala if you make it right, if you make it melodious, that all gives you energy to carry on with your music, and to beautify your voice with executor of Allah subhanaw taala is like your beautifying your voice with a chorale. So to make it melodious, and chanted at the same get that will give you strength and give you energy and it will make you

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it certainly will enhance your experience of zyk. So zacher by Sana praising Allah subhanaw taala or invoking Allah, imploring Allah supplicating to Allah you know, because he wants you to ask

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So Allah subhanaw taala wants you to ask him

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this article about the unoffending party without a diver, study what he considers your dog

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to be your show of obedience year show of servitude, your recognition of your need for him is your show of servitude. So he wants you to ask ask him and there's just so much about this but the prophet SAW Selim summarize this when he said that there are bad in for the invocation of Allah Spano tala is the essence of a bad is the soul of a bad is the spirit of a bad that is what a bad is about.

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And then he said our AI which is caring and caring is showing proper etiquette with a loss of Connaughton. It is showing proper etiquette with a lot smarter. Now all of them agree that the record of the heart is the most important, Vic, and when the when the vicar of the heart and the thicker of the tongue, you know, are combined that that certainly is the highest level, they can have the heart and they can have the tongue so your heart and your tongue are in remembrance. As the prophet SAW Selim said, there is no dishonor in karate, when they keep your tongue moving with the remembrance of Allah keep it moist, with the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala. So the liquid that

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is that is both the vicar of the heart and the Tongan is the highest level and then the second highest would be what

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they can have the heart without the executor of the tongue. And the third would be what? The sacred of the tongue with an absent heart, and the worst would be what nozik by the heart or the tongue, but the third is still better than the fourth, because the third that there is some likelihood, you know that you keep making Victor's negative neck and that that you're trying to go remind your heart. If your heart is, never remembers, that's useless, but it is likely that you will remember

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after all,

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Everything is horrific. Everything is meant for you to remember Allah subhanaw taala and to be aware of a loss of

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failure to determine a secret from physical or lack of victory.

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And once you have finished, you are your monastic and had them remember Allah as you remember your own parents, our children, or or more. So it had is for the Salah is where they put an earnest stick, and everything is for the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala That is why the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said and Hadith reports by Timothy from Abu Dhabi alone who he said and I want to become everybody remember this hotties behind Dr. Malik Mosca in the muddy, muddy Kiko morpha

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helaas Parata says, You know what, Allahu Akbar. And the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala is greater. So what did what did the prophet SAW? So I'm saying this, please, should I not tell you you have the best of your deeds, and the purest in the sight of your Lord, and the most uplifting or the you know, in terms of your rankings and your degrees

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better than spending golden silver in charity for the cause of Allah subhanaw taala and better than confronting or encountering your enemy and smiling at the next day smiting, get your annex.

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They said O Messenger of Allah is something that's better than all of this. He said, What zikalala the remembrance of Allah. So Someone may say, Well, how could it be that what sentiment is Islamic Jihad? jihad is the hump of the camel or the peak of Islam. And, you know, liquor is better, because, because the essence of jihad is Vic,

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you know, do you have as it was not meant for, basically,

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tyranny or abuse of people or injustice, do you have was meant for establish the cause of justice, the divine cause of justice on Earth, for the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala for people's right to worship the Lord without fear. So,

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it is perfect. And Salah is for the episodically and everything is for the then in this case, executor is the essence of all of it. The Vicar is the soul and the spirit of all of these acts of worship. Keep in mind, that would not mean that someone who is always in remembrance does not need to pray five times a day. None of you know the right you know, not none of the Sahaba you know, who were in in remembrance all the time. Had this understanding none of the therapy none of the righteous predecessors none of the enmity in Islam ever had the this

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corrupted understanding, but it means that it is all for ASIC so if you're not realizing the the benefit behind all of those acts of worship, then there is a problem in your performance. There is a problem in your iPad.

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Then the CX said what data to Sania as Victor will have a last minute food well, because food will resume and Masai Mara adonijah Sania the second level is the hidden lick, where

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the hidden vector is the vector that is basically and he's not saying that the vector of the heart alone is greater higher level than the vector of the Tongan the heart.

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But he's saying that this is the essence of victory. The essence of victory is the vicar of the heart. And this sort of

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consistent, hardened, consistent remembrance

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Have Allah subhanaw taala all the time, by your heart is the essence of that. And here is what it does about heaven the your heartbeat and and remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala.

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Here, here's what it does. And philosophy not for two readings from lassitude, ribbons from lethargy, because heedlessness lack of effect causes you lethargy, immediately and that's why there is nothing better for people who are having spreadtrum numbness is anzick because it is what brings you back. And a lot of people have spiritual numbness, you know, if you have been Muslim for for a while

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you develop this, you know, you see the spiritual awareness, alertness of the new convert, you know, amazing, beautiful,

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like on high alert all the time. But then after many years, or the one who newly repented doesn't have to be a new convert, but the one who newly repented The one who newly, you know, started practicing, and he has the those that he has the sweetness and this sort of alertness that's unrivaled. But then after you know, some time, you start to lose it, start develop that spiritual numbness, you cannot come back, except through the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala. And to try to figure out ways of making yourself

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Remember, if having the beads will help you have the beads, you know, certainly we know the profits are sort of used to use his fingers, the Prophet did not need reminders. But if having the beads next to you, and your car will remind you of they have them, if having them next to you next next year bed will remind you of the next year, this will remind you of Vic have the beads all over the place to remind yourself

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if having, you know the Prophet did not need this did not need, you know, a larger ledger and who you know, in the lobby in the foyer or the lobby or this or he did not need it. They said to remember a line to say that,

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you know, but if you forget, and this would actually help you just hang it, you know, try to do anything that will keep you in remembrance.

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But, you know if you want to go back and if you want to actualize that, that sweetness or to sort of regain that sweetness and that energy and you know,

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have a new convert or new practicing Muslim, then thick is the easier way philosophy not for tool, which means readings from lassitude, lethargy, while backup moshood and subsistence and shoot should is beholding Allah subhanaw taala has beholding the law with the eyes of your heart.

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Certainly we cannot be hold allow the eyes of our head, you know.

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But be holding allow the eyes of your heart not in this linear, not in this linear but in dystonia with the eyes of your heart.

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So subsistance Institute

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what is zoom Alamosa, Mara and adherence to intimate dialogue. Maasai Mara is the intimate dialogue you know, like people particularly like in the evening, that's what Samarra is. It's like when Adama it's like, you know,

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particularly in the evening when you stay up at night and have like a soft, intimate dialogue. That's called Musa Mara.

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So he's saying that the Zuma Masai Mara here adherence to that intimate dialogue with a loss of God at all times. And that is, you know, that's really the test of your hearts, alertness, of your hearts jacoba your hearts wakefulness, you are in the middle of the crowd, but you are with Allah subhanaw taala you're adhering to your dialogue with Allah, your conversation with a last minute and people who are always in dialogue with Allah subhanaw taala Keep in mind, they are not talking to Allah only, but they're also listening. They're also listening. Because if you limit your listening to Allah subhanaw taala to the more that you hear or the point that you recite or the salon or

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something, then you're certainly deprive the people of somehow

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Do you remember the station of America that we covered several weeks ago, the people of South America, we hear a line all voices, we hear a lot in all voices. You know, so the clicking of the sandals of that child, yeah, everything. So you try to avoid any e learning lessons, there are always lessons, every encounter that you have with someone, there are certain things to learn from it. who's teaching you, Allah subhanaw taala you know, who got you into this encounter? Allah subhanaw taala. So you're always getting more asthma from Allah subhanaw taala. And you should always be show gratitude for his mouth,

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no matter whether they would a shocker. If you are not aware of this, and you're waiting for them, or you're waiting to come to the master, then Satan during the drama to hear more as and that is the only time that you are actually listening to Allah subhanaw taala you're not of the people of somehow good somehow, you're not a good listener, you're not a good listener. So he's saying here resuming semara adherence to intimate dialogue, dialogue with Allah subhanaw taala, you're hearing Allah subhanaw taala in all things, all events, all the instances and in all voices, and you're talking to him all the time.

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Then he says what the other two studies are. And the third level of visceral Happy is the true remembrance. And as we said before, she is so intrigued with what the station of fenna and here we got to the third level, he always dedicates his third, the third level to find out. So he says what he says the current happy third level is the true remembrance where he or she who declared happy and that is beholding the, to one's remembrance of you. What the hollow zoom into who the victory and ridding yourself from beholding gear remembrance.

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One artifact of the era is that good feedback via emails, and recognizing the falsehood of one who remembers his or her Lord, but subsists in his or her own. Remembering is basically

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you trip over yourself, the younger Sanders example. You trip over yourself, you pray, but your own prayer becomes your veil.

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Because you are basically behold in the beauty of your prayer, you're beholding the perfection of your prayer. You pray it's such very like you pray to Allah cause in the middle of the night they were so sweet. They were so nice. And they become your barrier barrier, your obstacle your hindrance,

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from for

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between you and Allah subhanaw taala because you watch your own action, your own prayer

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and you did not watch watch

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it they did not basically removed barriers for you. The added those two records did not remove barriers, the added various

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parts clear right? We did talk about this concept before you trip over yourself. You're watching your own deeds and you trip over yourself.

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And that is what the shield does not want you to do and that is what this year wants you to read yourself from is that after you have perfect after you have ascended and ascended and ascended spiritually, any Have you perfected your act, do not allow your own act, your own actions, your own leads to become your barrier and to become consumed into observing your own actions, which would keep you from observing the one you know most of us that are like the heavy metal sorry, had the one who favored you and chose you to be

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to be a righteous servant and to do righteousness cardiovasc

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